The Scorpion is a powerful monster that appeared exclusively in Code Lyoko: Get Ready to Virtualize.


The Scorpion, contrary to what its name suggests, bears more of a resemblance to an ostrich-like creature than an actual scorpion, though with obvious differences. The Scorpion has two long arms that, due to the large metal contraptions on the end of them, act as legs. It has a very fleshy body even by Monster standards, and even has organic tissue connecting various parts of its body to each other. It also has a ribcage that makes it look like it hasn't eaten in a while. As for how the Scorpion gets its name, the Scorpion has a long, technorganic tail with long spines on it that end with a large, sharp blade, acting as the tail's stinger. The Scorpion's head has the X.A.N.A. emblem on it, and it resembles a bird face immensely, including having the presence of what appears to be a beak.


The Scorpion appears in Get Ready to Virtualize as the final boss. It fought Yumi; Odd; Ulrich; and, in a cutscene, Aelita. When Aelita reached the Heart of Lyoko, a Scorpion jumped at her, only to be blasted in its eye of X.A.N.A. with Aelita's Energy Field, sending it over the edge.

The Scorpion is fought in three phases, each one involving Yumi, Odd, and Ulrich respectively. Each time Scorpion was given enough damage by the trio, a part of it would break off, beginning the next phase.

This was the only appearance of the Scorpion.


Your safest bet when dealing with this boss is to keep your distance. Its close ranged attacks are powerful enough to defeat any Lyoko Warrior in moments. Thankfully, Odd's specialty is long-ranged techniques, so when you are playing as him in the second phase of this boss battle, you'll have little problem dealing with Scorpion. Because Yumi doesn't have as many long-range attacks as Odd, she'll occasionally have to get up close and personal with Scorpion. The overall strategy, however, is the same, so do your best to keep your distance during that first phase. Keep using this strategy until you need to use Ulrich, in which you are forced into closed-ranged combat with the big brute with no long-range attacks at your disposal. Keep avoiding Scorpion's close-ranged attacks and slash at him until the fight is over. Scorpion will use electricity-based breath attacks on occasion. Obviously, getting hit by this attack isn't in your best interest, so see to it that you, the player, avoid the attack at all cost. This can be done only by running away.


  • The scorpion can swing its spiked tail as an attack.
  • It can shoot lightning.
  • Its footsteps shake the ground and can injure players.


  • The Scorpion is the only original boss in Get Ready to Virtualize. All other bosses, such as the Megatank and the Scyphozoa, appeared in the show before the creation of the game.
  • The Scorpion's number of life points is unknown.


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