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Code: Game Night
Two Worlds Protected by a Bunch of Kids. With Dice.
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Content flags: Violent ContentStrong Language
Comic language: English
Genre: Science-fiction
Activity status: Active
Archive url: Visit archive
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Last update: Yesterday, 12:00 PM
Number of comics: 210
Number of subscribers: 13
Visitors: 5179 visitors (53636 pages viewed)
Rating: 4.67 (3 votes)

Comic description

This is a campaign webcomic inspired by Grand Line 3.5, Steven and the Crystal GMs, and more. Using screencaps, the story follows a group of college students playing a homebrew campaign based on Code: Lyoko. Can they stick together long enough to save a fictitious world from an evil virus? Who knows? Get some snacks and settle in. ACCESS GRANTED.

Authors

MagicMixture
I'm a writer first and foremost. I decided to try my hand at screen cap comics, and I'm having a blast. I hope you enjoy my stories.

Most recent comments left on Code: Game Night

Tatsurou
Today
Tatsurou
Maybe it's Xana applying the 'Creativity' Power Aelita has to the real world...and Xana, being a campaign-end boss, has a lot more HP than the characters.
Left on Page 130 - How to Possess a Teddy Bear
Tatsurou
Today
Tatsurou
Based on subconscious desires?
I'd be a frikkin' were-dragon, and I'd be able to fly.
Left on Page 43 - Mix of Cultures
Tatsurou
Today
Tatsurou
Purple...cat?
I always thought Odd's Lyoko Avatar was based on a monkey. Sun Wu Kong, specifically, and that the three of them were parallels to the three 'escorts' in "Journey to the West".
Left on Page 37 - Asking the Real Questions
maximotheone (Guest)
Yesterday
"possible show"
bernards watch . boy get pocket watch that can stop time and by turning the hand back send him back in time to make an infinite loop
Left on Page 105 - Timey Wimey Ball
Rastaba
Yesterday
Rastaba
Which face? Jim’s ultra angry face or Jeremie’s cold detached one with that similarly cold fury sounding statement? As I say the second seems scarier.
Left on Page 209 - Speaking with Father Dearest