|Height||2.50 metres (8ft 4in)|
|Weight||1000kg (2,204.622622 lbs)|
|Attacks||Circular Laser - 50AP|
100 AP (Season 2).
Flattening - 100AP
Megatanks also have the ability to destroy objects that Aelita creates with her power, however if Aelita's Creativity is mixed with her Energy Fields it may take around 5 or 6 shots. A Megatank's laser will usually not come back until it hits something or someone. Megatanks can also run over the warriors, which results in instant devirtualization.
Megatanks have two methods of attack, the first involves opening its shell and using its laser attack, which can be used from a safe range and can devirtualize the warriors in one hit. The second involves using its considerable mass to crush the Lyoko Warriors, devirtualizing them instantly by running them over. However, in the first season, the Megatank's laser only did 50 points of damage, making it survivable, as shown in episodes such as Log Book and Big Bug. While its laser is the most powerful laser of X.A.N.A.'s monsters, it can be blocked by Aelita's energy field, which can also destroy the laser, and Ulrich's sword, which shatters after a short period of time. To defeat them, Team Lyoko must hit the Eye of XANA (which is located inside its shell on the metal framework that connects the two sides of its shell) before it closes.
From Season 3, the Megatanks sometimes fire their laser horizontally, making a nearly unavoidable attack. Megatanks are the most challenging to destroy because of its shell; the shell can block all of Team Lyoko's weapons. It is even able to withstand Aelita's Energy Field. The Megatank can also withstand an attack of another Megatank, as seen in Contact. They can also push other Megatanks with their Laser.
In Code Lyoko: Get Ready to Virtualize, one shows up as a boss, and it must be defeated in order for the level in question to be completed. In Code Lyoko: Quest for Infinity (Wii) there were Omegatanks (Megatanks with spikes) and Ubertanks (Megatanks that always fire lasers horizontally).
- Aelita once threw two energy fields that shattered the Megatank's energy wall as if it were glass. (False Lead)
- The Megatanks seem to have been based on bowling balls. Jokes referring to bowling have been made by the heroes at the Megatanks' expense.
- In Code: Earth, Ulrich was shown blocking a Megatank's laser with his digital Katana and actually maintaining the block while Jeremie tried to send Aelita to the real world for the first time.
- Starting in the very first episode, Teddygozilla, Megatanks only dealt 50 points of damage, making their attacks survivable. This was changed after the episode Code: Earth, after which they began dealing their current damage of 100 points.
- Megatanks are Ulrich's least favorite monster to fight against.
- Prior to Evolution, Megatanks were only shown in sectors 1-4. It was not until the pilot of season 5, XANA 2.0, that they were finally shown in sector 5, becoming one of only a few monsters shown in this area. This same distinction applies to the Krabs.
- Megatanks are the first monster to return in Season 5, with three appearing in X.A.N.A. 2.0.
- Megatanks appeared in the first episodes of both series production-wise.
- Megatank's are unable to rapid fire
- Megatanks are the only ones that bave to be hit the eye to be defeated
Gallery: Seasons 1-4Edit
| Lyoko: Kankralats | Hornet | Blok | Krab | Megatank | Creeper | Manta | Black Manta | Guardian | Tarantula | Scyphozoa | Kolossus
Earth: Polymorphic Clone | Spectre
Digital Sea: Kongre | Shark | Kalamar
Video game only: Mite | Exploding Roachsters | Scorpion | Insekt | Dark Monster | Volcanoid | Ubertank | Omegatank | Mountain Bug | Insekt Lord | Ice Spider | Desert Driller | Magma Worm