Webcomic profile: Code: Game Night
Code: Game Night
Two Worlds Protected by a Bunch of Kids. With Dice.
Last update: 2 days ago, 12:00 PM
Violent Content Occasional Strong Language
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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.

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MagicMixture
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

MagicMixture
Now going by our previous statement on how laughing gas is pretty much invisible to our eye, this is probably why Odd didn't freak out when the gas entered his scanner. But then Jeremie in the show is able to see the gas and know where it is, even though there's no way he should be able to. Did XANA do something to make it visible? Because XANA also shapes the gas into a sinister looking form, which Jeremie shouldn't be able to see if the gas was invisible.

My guess is that XANA wanted to terrify Jeremie before killing him. Why? XANA just wants to be as extra as possible. But let me tell you, if I saw two floating clouds with a pair of menacing eyes each? I'd run like hell, too.

Oh, and when Andy says "this guy", he means the creator of the lab.
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MagicMixture
And here we have a good chunk of the eighth grade class shown here (as well as one ninth grader, I think). They're just background characters, but they all have pretty neat designs and names in my opinion, and it's a bit of a shame the main cast barely interacts with them. I'm hoping to fix that last bit, which is why I included Claire in their play, but we'll see how well I succeed since I can only get a limited number of snapshots of them.
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MagicMixture
I gave Rachel a new red on this page to try out. I might keep it, I might not (especially if it's too close to other characters' color), but I think a softer red fits her better. It's definitely a more subtle shift than Andy's color change.

(Why can't I be like other campaign writers and NOT constantly change things years later?)
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MagicMixture
We'll be switching between our two parties throughout this chapter, which isn't that different to the original show, to be honest. And I have no idea what this guy's name is, but I like his mustache. I don't think he even shows up again?
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MagicMixture
HAHAHAHA! This is the kind of shenanigans I live for! XD