I'm just going to post the sign-ups I thought up and liked, describe them in more detail like the one below being the second and hey who knows, maybe someone will join... or it will get near 1000 views but with very few if any replies.
With that out of the way, let's get on with the sign-up of this little idea of mine
Code Lyoko: Opposing Forces
It's quite probable that fans as well as non-fans of Code Lyoko have wondered why the Garage kids never expanded their numbers to more efficiently combat Xana, the mastermind virus trying to destroy the world? And it would be interesting to expand the varieties of monsters, threats and their numbers.
So I came to the idea of an alternate universe where figures similar to Aelita and a mission control like Jeremy would probably still be necessary for a Xana fighting team, but we could make our own storylines, enemies and characters. It would still be heavily inspired by the show, naturally.
All the joining members, except the bare starters (3 people or something) would be introduced through a threat they unexpectedly help combat and the group decides to let the individual in on their secret and virtualizes the person in Lyoko.
This isn't to say that perhaps Xana does some recruiting of his own.
That reminds me, I was thinking of reversing Jeremy and Aelita. Thus a new boy being the one trapped in Lyoko with virtual powers and a girl being the smart hacker and programmer trying to free him. In case anyone would like to be either one, I'm gonna hold off on my sheet; if most people prefer to be a fighter completely, I'll take care of the mission control if people agree with it. If not, I can be another fighter, but that would require a vastly different sign-up.
Here is the sign-up sheet.
Name: First and last name; nicknames are allowed. If it's an unusual name, which you should avoid, at least try to justify it like with Yumi.
Age: preferably in the high-schooler range.
Gender: Male or female; no robots as of yet.
Description and skills: Both regular clothes and in-game avatar, along with your skills both in real life and in Lyoko. Some details are optimal, preferably no lengthy paragraphs. Describing skills with not too many specifics can set it up as handy things to use without it being too obvious and expected.
Personality: It's specifically important in how you fight in Lyoko and how hesitant you are to fight threats and join the Garage kids , or Xana, and so on. If your character is very eager, provide the appropiate personality for him/her acting so impulsive or yearning for adventure.
History: Not too long, but also not too short.
- Scriptor Scorpio
Sign-up coming soon
Any questions or ideas are much appreciated, but not demanded. I like the concept for the moment as it is and it's intentionally not set in stone so it can shift with the actions of the characters and all of our imagination to expand the Code Lyoko alternate universe. And it resembles the original one pretty closely.