Seventh Sanctum chapter 5.2--- chapter 5.2 Seventh Sanctum began writing on May 28, 2013 ---
Patrick: So do you remember the plans Liz?
Liz: Uh, huh!
Patrick and Liz were inside Leon's Matrix, sanctum 2 (orange sanctum).
Meanwhile, Chipmunk and VampireChick watched the interface in the factory.
Patrick: Okay, Chipmunk, execute the code!
Chipmunk: Got it!
Chipmunk types in a command in the interface and executes it. About 15 seconds go by and nothing happens.
Patrick: Did you run the code?
Chipmunk: I thought I did.
Vampire Chick: Maybe the computer wants to be grandma today.
Chipmunk (in an irritating voice): GRANNNNDDDMMMMAAAA!
Vampire Chick: Idey Ho!
Everyone laughed at the inside joke.
Patrick and Liz wait a little more, and still nothing happen.
Patrick: Chipmunk, do you know how to read the map? Remember how I told you?
Chipmunk: I think so.
Patrick: Tell us where the nearest CCU is... and its status color.
Chipmunk pulls open a map and locates a CCU.
Chipmunk: There's one not too far away at 3 o'clock. It'
Seventh Sanctum 5 CCUs SpoilersCCUs, or Central Control Units, are domes of matrix codes that people can walk in. Inside the dome is an interface, which allows the end user to execute commands.
CCUs all have colors that they glow to indicate various states:
When a CCU is…
Red – It is activated by the CIH Virus (Attack on Earth)
Orange – There’s some maintenance needed on the super computer. Warriors See the CCU for more info.
Yellow – An upgrade is available. Warriors should go to the CCU to collect things like special powers, weapons, additional HP, and more. CCUs can only become this color when sanctum 3 (yellow) is unlocked.
Green – CCU is activated by the user at the super computer interface. A user can activate a CCU in order to control certain things to aid in the battle against CIH. Notes:
The user can only activate CCUs when sanctum 4 (green) is unlocked.The user also can only activate a CCU when certain tasks are done first, such as finding things or completing a mini-qu
Seventh Sanctum 4 Leons Matrix SpoilersLeon’s Matrix contains 7 sanctums. Each sanctum serves a different purpose, and each sanctum also requires a certain number of crystals to be collected (found scattered about Earth) in order to unlock them:
Sanctum 1 (Red): Base sanctum – Where most battles are held when CIH is active. This sanctum is already unlocked.
Sanctum 2 (Orange): Maintenance Sanctum – Where supercomputer and Leon’s Matrix maintenance is performed. Also where crystals for sanctums 3-7 are installed. This sanctum is already unlocked.
Sanctum 3 (Yellow): Abundance sanctum – Where additional upgrades and bonuses and power-ups are given. Requires 2 yellow crystals to unlock.
Sanctum 4 (Green): Control sanctum – Where user of the supercomputer can gain control of various areas of the virtual world to his/her advantage. This control can also protect a sanctum from CIH attacks (sometimes). This sanctum requires 4 crystals green to unlock.
Sanctum 5 (Blue/Indigo): Information Sanctum
Seventh Sanctum 3 HP PP and items SpoilersWhen a warrior enters Leon’s Matrix, he/she starts out with 100HP, or hit / health points. Certain things on the matrix, depending on what quest or creatures you must complete or battle, can decrease a warrior’s HP. The warriors must be very careful not to lose all 100HP. If it so happens, the warrior is (usually) taken back to Earth in one of the pods, and cannot return to the Matrix for 24 hours.
During each battle, the super computer starts out with 100PP (or power points). Power Points are what allow the user at the interface to send weapons, vehicles, and other items to the warriors on the matrix. Each item sent takes up a certain number of Power Points. Also, the items that are available are different / unique for each battle. Once the super computer reaches 0PP, the user at the interface can no longer send items, weapons, or vehicles to the matrix for the warriors. In addition, if an item, weapon, or vehicle takes up more PP than the super computer has, you cannot us
Seventh Sanctum 2 Stopping an Attack SpoilersThe CIH virus randomly launches attacks on Earth. These attacks can vary widely, from reality discord to disruptions to using the being created by CIH.
The attacks must be stopped in a timely way in order to avoid as much damage being done on Earth as possible.
IN ORDER TO STOP AN ATTACK:
The warriors must make their way to the factory and the super computer. Inside the factory is an elevator. There are four levels. The top level is where the ground is.
The first level down is the super computer interface.The second level down is the digital pods. There are four pods (opposed to three in the show). These pods are what transport the warriors between the real world and Leon’s matrix, the virtual world.The third level down is where the super computer itself is located.
There needs to be NO LESS than one person at the super computer interface on the first lower level. Without a person to control the interface, there is no way the warriors can get into Leon’s Matrix to complete
Seventh Sanctum 1 The Basics SpoilersSo what is The Seventh Sanctum?
If you’ve seen the Code Lyoko series, you’ll have an idea of this story. There is an abandoned factory housing a super computer. The super computer houses a virtual world known as Leon’s Matrix, but also homes a very powerful virus… CIH.
CIH activates at random times to cause chaos and to try and take over Earth. It is up to a team of warriors to fight off this virus and prevent it from over taking the world.
Please see the other deviations in the main Seventh Sanctum folder to learn more.