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We vaguely mention on our Team Lyoko article, we talked about potential candidates for Team Lyoko. Since we are all waiting for Season 3, I think this portal would be a good way to discuss our predictions in the future episodes. Let us start with who we think will join Team Lyoko. I personally think William though this maybe difficult because of his rivalry with Ulrich. Or what about Sissi. Depsite all her cruelty, she had admitted to wanting to join their group, but her rivals in Team Lyoko all have strong sentiments against with the possible exceptions of Ulrich and Odd, who may have affections for her.
I don't think Jim would make sense. If writers want to make Season 3 good, they can't change the characters' personality at will. After all, Jim has had many reservations and seems to dislike Team Lyoko. Gandalf1992 16:20, 4 May 2006 (PDT)
What do you mean "dislike"? --User:Angie Y.
Look up dislike in the dictionary, Angie. He always thinks they're up to no good, and tries to stop them from doing so. Changing the characters' role from a comic foil to an ally would totally jump the shark. KFan II the Administrator 16:28, 4 May 2006 (PDT)
Oh. There goes David's dream out the window. --User:Angie Y.
So, who do you honestly think will join Team Lyoko? KFan II the Administrator 17:05, 4 May 2006 (PDT)
I still think that it should be Jim and Sissi. Jim's proven to be quite capable of being a nice man. --User:Angie Y.
Yeah, notice the "capable" in your sentence, Angie. It can be seen that Herb is "capable" of being nice and that Sissi is "capable" of being nice. Its just that it would be very unrealistic if those weirdoes joined the Team. I think they'll bring out some background character and give him/her a main role as part of the Team. KFan II the Administrator 17:26, 4 May 2006 (PDT)
Jim just occasionally shows his capacity for love. He's so stubborn. --User:Angie Y.
Aren't all gym teachers? KFan II the Administrator 17:46, 4 May 2006 (PDT)
I had Adapted PE in junior high, so I wouldn't know. But he's not just a gym teacher, remember? He's also a campus supervisor. --User:Angie Y.
True, but if Sissi did join Team Lyoko, what would Herb and Nick do? Turn to the dark side? KFan II the Administrator 18:05, 4 May 2006 (PDT)
Anyone wanna back me up here? --User:Angie Y.
Angie, nobody's edited since a bunch of years ago. Its a one-on-one conversation. KFan II the Administrator 18:20, 4 May 2006 (PDT)
Jim loves his charges like they're his own kids. It's proven in several S2 episodes! --User:Angie Y.
He is too much of a scaredycat to join Team Lyoko. We need braver people, and, frankly, Jim and Sissi are not very brave. KFan II the Administrator 10:00, 6 May 2006 (PDT)
However, it has been proven that they can both be brave and kind-hearted on several occasions. People change under certain dire circumstances. Xana 14:10, 6 May 2006 (PDT) ] Xana's statement makes sense, but considering the tension between the members of Team Lyoko and Sissi, I think her membership would be impossible. Besides, what could she offer to the team! Gandalf1992 16:12, 6 May 2006 (PDT)
Lots! Jim could too! They both have proven themselves worthy. Watch S2, you'll see. For example, he tried to take down a materialized Crab that was attacking Kadic! He had lost his experience from before, that's right. But still, he knew that the kids must be protected. XANA is an artificial intelligence that wants to take over the world. If Jim fights by Team Lyoko's side, they can defeat XANA and restore peace to Earth once and for all! The same goes with Sissi! --User:Angie Y.
But if they join the Team, why can't all the main characters, like Herb, Nicholas, William, etc.? KFan II the Administrator 20:02, 6 May 2006 (PDT)
I agree with Angie's statements. I believe that both Sissi and Jim have individual skills to offer. If they are put on Lyoko, they might have incredible powers there! I also believe that the plot will work itself out concerning Herb, Nicholas, and William.Xana 05:14, 7 May 2006 (PDT)
Not only that, but flexibility and speed. They could protect the Princess on the way to an activated Tower. Plus, Jim comforted Aelita in Deja Vu when she had that nightmare. How sweet is that? --User:Angie Y.
Its not sweet, its stupid. KFan II the Administrator 06:41, 7 May 2006 (PDT)
If you like Code:LYOKO so much, why do you insult the characters? Xana 06:53, 7 May 2006 (PDT)
I don't like people who are overly kind. It makes them unrealistic. KFan II the Administrator 12:06, 7 May 2006 (PDT)
Unrealistic! You are so bitter! Why do you not believe that people can be good and pure and kind? Sure, we aren't perfect, but it's not like we're all the Devil's Children! Please tell me you believe in Christianity! I suppose you like Herb the most because he is the most bitter character?Xana 15:43, 7 May 2006 (PDT)
I am Christian, as a matter of fact, but I just find it extremely unrealistic that whenever Team Lyoko is insulted by one of their classmates Odd just makes a stupid joke. And no, I don't like Herb because he is the most bitter character, I like him because he is easy to relate to and is the most realistic. Lots of the characters are just plain unreal. In The Robots, for example, Herb doesn't shake Jeremie's hand at the beginning of the robot competition, and Jeremie's just smiling at him. A realistic character would say "Come on, shake my hand already, you dolt!" But no. And when Sissi comes up to Team Lyoko and makes some rude comment, all they say is something like "She's Miss In-her-own-world" instead of saying something along the lines of "Look, Sissi, what is your problem? Take a hint and get lost! Okay? Leave us alone!" But no. There's no realism in there. KFan II the Administrator 15:57, 7 May 2006 (PDT)
I am afraid that you are being quite hypocritical. You just like Herb because he is a bitter nerd! The character's personalities are TV designed. How could you expect them to be realistic? They fit their roles! Xana 17:21, 7 May 2006 (PDT)
How dare you criticize me of being hypocrtical! I am the best leader the wiki community will ever see! I do not like Herb because he is a bitter nerd; you cannot even assume that as you do not personally know me. If you assume such far-fetched things as the "bitter nerd" statement again, I will have to punish you for your incompetence! Is that clear, Xana? KFan II the Administrator 19:23, 7 May 2006 (PDT)
KFAN, control yourself. He was just voicing his opinon. And Xana, this has nothing to do with religion. There are plenty of people, Jewish, Gentile, or Atheist, who are good and kind. Gandalf1992 12:34, 8 May 2006 (PDT)
Of course, you are right, Gandalf. I'm sorry for acting in such brash fashion. I apologize. But really - let's get back on the subject - new members to the Team? Who is an actual realistic candidate? Jim, yes maybe. I mean, he does have a good side, plus he cares about the students, as Angie pointed out. But he can't fit in a scanner, so he'd probably just aid Jeremie in the real world or try and fight off XANA's attacks in the real world. KFan II the Administrator 14:14, 8 May 2006 (PDT)
KFAN, I understand your concern about realism. But do T.V. shows really care about realism? Producers and Viewers want shock, suprise, and compelling events, whether violate personality or reality. As long as its good, no one really cares. Gandalf1992 17:24, 8 May 2006 (PDT)
I agree. There's not much realism in Code:LYOKO. I still love the show, but really. There's an abandoned factory that houses a multi-stage complex that consists of a supercomputer which holds a maniacal artificial intellegence as well as a virtual universe which is accessible through three scanners that actually transmit your body into the computer, and you can affect the outside world by using various access points (towers), and can generate enough energy to return the entire world roughly 24 hours into the past. By real world standards, that's not too realistic. So what I'm saying is that the characters may not seem realistic, but then consider the plot. So if realism is the guidelines, then practically anyone could join the team. I mean no offence to anyone in the above statement. Bfahome 22:36, 19 July 2007 (EDT)
Code Lyoko was never supposed to be realistic. If it was completely realistic it would have been cancelled by the second episode. Plus, how do you know this technology doesn't exist? If someone finds out they just reverse time and prevent it. You could have been in the factory yesterday and wouldn't know it. Time travel is too confusing to think about a lot. Derekristow 2:07, 16 September (PDT)
That's what I'm saying! People are complaining that their heads are too big or their hair is too crazy, and never once mention the unrealisticness of the plot. Not too many shows on TV are based on realism (except, of course, reality shows), and those that are probably don't attract many viewers. As for the technology existing, you're right. But it seems unlikely that it's real. If it was, those who invented it would probably be rich. And if iut was discovered, there's no guarantee of a return trip. Then again, anything's possible....just not probable. Bfahome 16:11, 17 September 2007 (EDT)
You people argue alot. User:Zedd113
I do not argue! Oh wait... nevermind. : P Bfahome, who else? 16:30, 18 October 2007 (EDT)