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Transport Orb

The Transport Orb works as a programmed orbicular device that allows the Lyoko Warriors to indirectly enter and exit Sector Five. To access the Transport Orb, as first seen in Uncharted Territory, the group must travel to the edge of one of the four surface sectors. 

While waiting on the edge of the sector which the team are currently on, Jeremie enters the password "SCIPIO" in a dialog box prompted by the supercomputer. Jeremie found the password in a book that he took from the Hermitage about the Punic Wars. In the history of this conflict, the Carthaginians, of the city Carthage, were defeated by General Scipio Africanus. This connects with the original intention of both the Supercomputer and X.A.N.A. - the destruction of Project Carthage.

When the command is entered, the Transport Orb appears, usually from the Digital Sea, in front of the warriors. When directly in front of them, the Orb becomes an open hemisphere, which then proceeds to encircle them, emanating a bright white light. After all the Lyoko Warriors have been picked up, the Orb returns to sphere-shaped and begins to race across the sector to the center of Lyoko, also known as Sector Five. Then when inside Sector Five, the Transport Orb again becomes a hemisphere, leaving its passengers in the Arena, then vanishes into the sky. This process can be performed in reverse by entering the "SCIPIO" code again, returning the Lyoko Warriors from the Arena to the sector they arrived from.

Throughout Season 3, X.A.N.A. begins deleting Lyoko's four surface sectors to prevent the Lyoko Warriors from accessing Sector Five via the Transport Orb. While this campaign is ultimately successful, Jeremie discovers how to virtualize directly into Sector Five in Double Trouble, rendering the Transport Orb obsolete. It does however make one last appearance in Fight to the Finish, to transport Aelita and Odd to Sector Five after they had already been virtualized on Lyoko.


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  • The Transport Orb appeared in Quest for Infinity, albeit it was used to transport the gang to other parts of the sector they are already in and was not used to go to a whole different sector.
  • The Transport Orb used to make Odd feel sick after it dropped them off in the Arena. As of The Key, however, this didn't become a problem for him anymore.
  • It was shown in Déjà Vu that Aelita can somehow call the orb without the password.


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