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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
Last update: Yesterday, 12:00 PM
Number of comics: 238
Number of subscribers: 17
Visitors: 9740 visitors (102952 pages viewed)
Rating: 4.96 (26 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.


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

Anvildude (Guest)
Same here. And that makes it so that she can't kill herself with it, which makes a certain amount of sense for an inherent ability.
Left on Page 235 - Can You Virtualize an Ax or Chainsaw?
I always figured it was half of her current life points.
Left on Page 235 - Can You Virtualize an Ax or Chainsaw?
Cloy552 (Guest)
I mean my big question is, is it half her max Life points or half her current life points? Because after watching through the show there are a couple times she uses it in succession and she actually does use it quite often.
Left on Page 235 - Can You Virtualize an Ax or Chainsaw?
This place is so freaking beautiful! I love it so much and hate covering it up with speech bubbles! Dammit!

I wonder if you actually could cut down one of Lyoko's trees. Maybe using the Megatank's laser would knock it down after a few hits, but aiming the tree's descent would be a little difficult. At least the trees seem far enough apart that they wouldn't get tangled up with each other, and there's no wind to affect your aim.

Next page on Monday! Have a good weekend!

Odd: 20 HP
Aelita: 25 HP
Left on Page 235 - Can You Virtualize an Ax or Chainsaw?
Anvildude (Guest)
3 days ago
I mean, there's some evil logic in the later possession-heavy tactics. Namely, it's easier to fight against something non-human, and harder to punch your best friend (or a pretty girl) in the face.

Also, weren't some of the strangest plans the ones that came the closest to succeeding?
Left on Page 217 - XANA Didn't Think This One Through