|Code: Island Attackers|
|Team Name||Code: Island Attackers|
|Members||Centipede, Gator, Moth, Sponge, Ostrich, Stag, Crab, Snail|
Code: Island Attackers is the official Mega Man X2 Team. The original site went live on July 5th, 2004. Since then, the Island Attackers, led by Rebel, have had many adventures and currently are working on the fourth "series" of their adventures. Their original slogan was "The 'official' Mega Man X2 Team", used from 2004 to 2006, followed by "Rawking the night away since 2004!" from 2007 to mid 2008, to their current slogan, "Beating up the X-Hunters since 2004!".
Although not the first X2 Team, it is the longest running
The current full cast, as seen on the Island Attacker site!
The current main cast of Code: Island Attackers!
- Magna Centipede/Rebel40000
- Wheel Gator/Outlaw88
- Morph Moth/Avi
- Wire Sponge/-Majin-
- Overdrive Ostrich/Shadowstrike
- Flame Stag/Metabad
- Bubble Crab/Dark Knight
- Crystal Snail/Sean
The guys that either just get in the way or actually pose a threat to the Island Attackers!
- The New X-Hunters (Serges, Balrog, Misery)
- Donald Trump
- Ryouga Hibiki
- Oreo Bros.
- The Rat
- Dead Man
- Star Wolf (Wolf O Donnell, Leon Powalski, Pigma Dengar, Andrew Oikonny)
- Bill Gates
Those that somehow found their sanity and ran. That, or life just got in the way and they couldn't help as much as they wanted.
- Wire Sponge/Ti-An
- Overdrive Ostrich/GDT
- Flame Stag/Ghaleonx5z
- Crystal Snail/Deathtuna
- Bubble Crab/ProtoBassX
- Morph Moth/Void Darkheart
While there have been many cameos, none of the other characters have been seen in more than one or two epilogues. Well, save for the crossover with the X1 Team, Alpha Movement, but that's a crossover, and thus, not applicable to the standard rules of engagement.
The bulk of the Island Attackers adventures!
Series 1: The BeginningEdit
|N/A||Who We Are||Rebel40000||July 8, 2004|
|1||Undercover Kicks||Rebel40000||July 24, 2004|
|2||The Trump Card||ProtoBassX||August 5, 2004|
|3||The Bath||Outlaw88||August 21, 2004|
|4||Destroying the Space Time Continuum (part 1)||Rebel40000||Septermber 19, 2004|
|5||Destroying the Space Time Continuum (part 2)||Rebel40000||November 1, 2004|
|6||Frankenploid||Void Darkheart||November 19, 2004|
|7||The Christmas Party|| GDT|
|December 28, 2004|
|8||TV Turmoil (part 1)||Outlaw88||January 11, 2005|
|9||TV Turmoil (part 2)||Outlaw88||February 2, 2005|
|10||This Ain't DBZ!||Rebel40000||February 28, 2005|
|11||Training Bad||Rebel40000||April 26, 2005|
|12||Game Over||Rebel40000||June 24, 2005|
The original series, the Island Attackers battle everyday villains such as the X-Hunters to prove their worth as heroes. Many other trademark villains appear here, such as Donald Trump, Frankenploid, and Anti-Majin. Among other events the CIA's first member, Ti-An, leaves the team and is replaced by Majin, along with a mysterious foreshadowing to future events...
Series 2: Into the UnknownEdit
|N/A||Another Prologue||Rebel40000||July 11, 2005|
|13||Trump's Purchase||Shadowstrike||September 29, 2005|
|14||The Really Effed Up Misadventure||Team Collaboration||December 23, 2005|
|15||Holiday Dinner at Alice's Restaurant|| Rebel40000|
|January 8, 2006|
|16||Opposite Day||Outlaw88||July 16, 2006|
|17||S3Expo||Void Darkheart||October 28, 2006|
|18||Civic Duty||Shadowstrike||February 12, 2007|
|19||Dark Time||Rebel40000||March 30, 2007|
|20||Beasts of Metal and Lightning||Sean||April 3, 2007|
|21||Dissed in the Digital World (part 1)||Jade*||April 3, 2007|
|22||Dissed in the Digital World (part 2)||Rebel40000||April 16, 2007|
|23||Dissed in the Digital World (part 3)||Dark Knight||May 22, 2007|
|24||Dissed in the Digital World (part 4)||Rebel40000||June 9, 2007|
|25||Dissed in the Digital World (part 5)||Dark Knight||July 24, 2007|
|26||Dissed in the Digital World (part 6)|| Rebel40000|
|August 8, 2007|
Although it starts off similarly to Series 1, many things happen behind-the-scenes in Series 2, which comes out into the open halfway, known as the "Dark Epilogues". By the end of the series Anti-Majin, originally a minor character, teams up with Frank and a new guy named Ryouga and decimates the Island Attackers, who are force to regroup. The series itself ends with a SIX-PART CROSSOVER with Alpha Movement.
*These are not CIA members but rather on separate teams.
Series 3: War of the PastEdit
|N/A||What in the World Happened?||Rebel40000||August 21, 2007|
|27||Final Fiasco III||Sean||September 16, 2007|
|28||Bride of Frankenploid||Void Darkheart||October 17, 2007|
|29||Enter the Assassin||Rebel40000||November 29, 2007|
|30||Sewer Freaks|| Dark Knight|
|November 29, 2007|
|31||The CIA Holiday Special!||Outlaw88||December 25, 2007|
|32||The Nightmare After Christmas||Rebel40000||January 11, 2008|
|33||The Good, the Bad and the Oogie||Rebel40000||March 21, 2008|
|34||Why is My Car Now a Footprint?|| Sean|
|April 29, 2008|
|35||Metavania||Rebel40000||May 27, 2008|
|36||Majin World||Team Collaboration||July 10, 2008|
|37||Dance of the Abyss (part 1)||Rebel40000||July 24, 2008|
|38||Dance of the Abyss (part 2)||Rebel40000||August 3, 2008|
In this, the third of a so far unknown number of series, the Island Attackers are still in the midst of the "Dark Epilogues" and have to face off against Anti-Majin's forces, along with a collection of new villains. This series also formally introduces the CIA's new "Hyper Forms", powerful upgrades which alters the members' appearance and abilities. Concluding the series is a two-part epilogue, tying many loose ends together.
Series 4: No More ShadesEdit
|N/A||Explainin' Things||Rebel40000||September 8, 2008|
|Rampage of The Rat||Outlaw88||September 28, 2008|
|New and Improved||Rebel40000||October 8, 2008|
|Darkness Comes||Rebel40000||October 31, 2008|
|Magical Mishap||Sean||November 17, 2008|
Ashes to the Stars
A Night at the Movies
The Gates Are Now Open (Part 1)
The Gates Are Now Open (Part 2)
An Unlikely Trio
Back to School
The Immortal Evil
December 3, 2008
After the climatic Series 3, Series 4 reveals the consequences of the events that previously took place. Many new troubles arise due to the wonders of "cause and effect", such as the introduction of The Rat and his gang, along with the formation of the New X-Hunters. All of these schemes inevitably lead to Yuber as the root of it all...
|Wheel Gator's Journal||Outlaw88||June 21, 2006|
|Prelude to a Dark Time||Shadowstrike||February 12, 2007|
|Bohemian Rhapsody||Rebel40000||May 22, 2007|
|Negated||Sean||October 6, 2007|
|Pancakes||Void Darkheart||October 17, 2007|
|Come Join Us||Shadowstrike||March 6, 2008|
|Legends of the Hidden Temple||Shadowstrike||September 28, 2008|
Grouped together with the respective series they are released under, specials are exactly that: Works of fiction that do not fit with the epilogues but are still considered to be canon. The first was Wheel Gator's Journal, introduced back during the early stages of Series 2, and since then, more have been introduced. Currently, there have been a total of seven specials released, three for both Series 2 and 3, and one for Series 4.