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Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion. Lelouch . Suzaku and Lelouch were the ones that got the cat and got a kiss on the cheek from Nunnally. The student. Related Questions (More Answers Below) Why did Charles kisses CC when he encounters Lelouch in Code Geass? to find out the Euphemia,and then kill him ”.the first half of the sentense is said by Suzaku ; the latter part is from Lelouch. . CC was the one who gave the kiss, and Lelouch was not seen responding to it. Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion Edit Suzaku and Lelouch are the ones who get the cat, and they receive a kiss on the cheek from Nunnally. .. But while Lelouch answers Suzaku's questions such as saving him when he was held for.
Part of the reason for his Chronic Backstabbing Disorder. Verges on Hypocritical Humor since he lies almost as much as Lelouch in spite of it.
Suzaku just loves having these, but not just for the glory. Big Eyes, Little Eyes: He has big eyes, to indicate his seeming innocence — but not truly enormous eyes like Euphemia or Shirley. Since Code Geass plays this trope straight with most other characters, however, we can assume that their eyes are meant to imply both of their largely noble intentions and capacity for great good despite all the evil things they end up doing.
He's not the most skilled pilot in the world, but the Lancelot more than makes up for that. Birds of a Feather: With Euphemia — Their goals are the same, they have a very similar sense of humor, and they get serious about the same things. Not to mention a moment in the anime, where they're shown to say the same thing at the same time, only to both burst out chuckling.
Isn't at all unattractive, he would probably be as popular as Lelouch at school if it weren't for the fact he was an Eleven Bitch in Sheep's Clothing: Suzaku isn't a flat out horrible person, but he's not as nice or selflesss as he acts like in the first season. He plays it more straight in R2 at Ashford, acting pretty much like he did in the first season despite his much harsher outlook and hatred for Lelouch due to being Zero.
Suzaku was disowned when he became an Honorary Brittanian. It starts to suck when the Fridge sets in, though. His father was the Prime Minister of Japan, and there are those who want the family to retain power.
In the audio drama Nunnally Vanished, Genbu says that arranging a marriage between a Britannian royal and a member of the Kururugi or Sumeragi families could prevent the war implying that those two families are equally the highest in the landand Kaguya Sumeragi is often shown and treated as a noble or royal, and referred to as "princess" more than once, so it does make sense to see Suzaku this way. He's actually quite a good Deconstruction of the archetype, with the first season gradually exposing the huge psychological issues and painful backstory that would go into making someone like that, and R2 showing the gradual disintegration of this status until the end of the season when he is reborn as Zero, an entirely different kind of hero.
Brains Evil, Brawn Good: Possibly the best fighter in the series, weighed down by all the tragedy he encounters in his life. As time passes and events scratch away at his Knight in Shining Armor facade, it becomes clear he's actually a brooding, uncompromising, and self-destructive Death Seeker who seeks atonement for killing his father. He tries sacrificing himself under the guise of chivalry to both Britannia and supposedly Japan as an excuse to fulfill his death wish, but mostly serves to derail Lelouch's plans before they would otherwise bear maximum results.
R2 has him become an outright Knight Templar before he finally fully hits the Despair Event Horizon resulting in his final and tragic team up with Lelouch to try to make up for all they have done. Calling the Old Man Out: Like Lelouch, he tried doing that to his father. When that didn't work, he killed him, resulting in a failure even worse than Lelouch.
Every single person who has him as knight dies a horrible death. Cats are mean to Suzaku. Arthur seems to hold no ill will toward any other members of the cast. Suzaku arguably changes more than any other character in the series. Interestingly enough, his slide from Black and White Morality to Black and Gray Morality puts him in the position to accomplish the change he was never able to as an Internal Reformist.
For reasons pointed out but not fully explained in the anime, Suzaku is capable of performing athletic feats far beyond what normal humans are able to like running along a wall and kicking off a machine gun with a 0. The anime does indicate Suzaku benefits from using his nigh-supernatural physical abilities under the influence of the Geass Lelouch cast on him, which forces him to preserve his own life at all costs. This makes Suzaku take full advantage of his own skills for pulling off the impressive feats of physical prowess necessary for his survival.
Towards the end of the series, Suzaku has gotten quite good at making use of the Geass in this way. In a presumably non-canon CD extraCecile remembers a time when she accidentally drops a chip under the Lancelot's foot. Much to her shock, Suzaku is able to lift the mecha's foot with his bare hands to allow her to grab the chip. This was apparently going to be explained sometime in the second season. But that thread got lost in the mad scramble to keep the show going strong.
Suzaku is the white knight and his strange movements let him take Lelouch by surprise.
Perhaps less so than Lelouch. Certainly less oblivious about it. So much so that other characters draw attention to it repeatedly. Before the series starts, he betrayed Japan to Britannia by killing his father and joining up with the Britannia army.
In the first season, he betrays Lelouch at the end of the season to the Emperor in order to become a Knight of the Round. This is arguably a case of It's Personalsince Lelouch had just killed Suzaku's girlfriend and never explained why. In season 2, he first betrayed Nunnally's trust by using her to bait Lelouch she found out and called him on itthen inadvertently betrays Lelouch to the Britannians again though it's not his fault this time, he was followed because they suspected him of having ties to Zerothen betrayed the Emperor himself and sided with Schneizel to quickly rise in rank.
Knight of One Bismark Waldstein lampshades this very well in their first battle against each other. In the end, he finally completed this by becoming Zero to kill his Emperor, making him a hero in the eyes of the world and the UFN. This is a subversion, though, as it was all part of his and Lelouch's plans. Conspired with Lelouch as part of Zero Requiem. A more sympathetic example than most, in that he genuinely wants to improve the lot of the average Eleven. A big reason for the above.
During the course of the show, Suzaku tries to balance his loyalties to Japan and its people, the Britannian military he has sworn to serve, the people he cares about and wants to protect, and his personal moral code.
At almost any given time in the series, at least two of these will be in conflict with each other. He is voiced by Jun Fukuyamawhile his child self is voiced by Sayaka Ohara.
He was chosen the most popular male character ofand at Animage magazine's annual Anime Grand Prix. Contents Appearance Lelouch in his Ashford uniform. Lelouch is a handsome, young man with black hair and violet eyes, which he inherited from his mother.
Lelouch is somewhat scrawny, having little muscle, and like most characters in the series, is rather thin.
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In spite of this, Lelouch is considerably tall, standing at least a head taller than Kallen, and apparently being slightly taller than Suzaku. Lelouch usually wears the Ashford Academy uniform, or the Zero uniform.
Outside of Ashford, his primary casual outfit is a red jacket with a black shirt underneath and grey trousers, though he has occasionally worn other clothing. Personality Lelouch is a highly intelligent individual who is also calm, sophisticated, and arrogant due to his aristocratic upbringing. While at school, Lelouch conducts himself as a sociable, likeable, and often easygoing student. However, this is really a mask to hide his true nature. While as Zero his true nature is expressed.
His charisma and beliefs in justice gain him the trust and respect of many soldiers and leaders. Lelouch is known for having a very stoic personality. At one point, Shirley stated that if Lelouch applied himself in school, he could get high grades. He has a strong dislike for nobles, viewing them as tepid and "overprivileged parasites. He is willing to sacrifice civilians and soldiers alike, if that is what it takes to achieve the objective.
In the battle at Narita, when he created a landslide that wiped out most of the enemy forces, and indirectly, several civilians in the town below, he brushed off the civilian casualties as a simple "mathematical overestimation. He also saw no problem with collapsing a large portion of Tokyo, resulting in countless military and civilian casualties. Despite his cold, calculating demeanor, and ruthlessness in battle, he can be a rather compassionate person to his friends and loved ones.
To Nunnallyhe is a loving older brother, and to Suzakua loyal friend, despite the fact that the two are enemies. Lelouch, at first glance, seems to have relatively little concern for the well-being of his subordinates, but in reality, he does care about them, seeing them as valuable allies. Though he has shown preference on occasion especially with Kallen. Ageha Ohkawa, head writer at CLAMP, said she had visualized him as being a character to which "everyone" could relate to as being "cool", literally, a "beauty".
Character Outline Lelouch as a child, when he was a prince of Britannia. Lelouch was born on December 5, a. He was in line to be the seventeenth heir to the throne prior to his mother's assassination and his sister's crippling in the same incident. A ten year old Lelouch confronted the Emperor afterwards and accused him of leaving his mother defenseless, even going as far as renouncing his entitlement to the throne. In response, his father banished him to Japan, where he was used as a political hostage in the Sakuradite conflict.
Lelouch as a child, when he was exiled to Japan as a political hostage. It was during his stay at the Kururugi household that he first met Suzaku Kururugiwith whom the young Lelouch did not interact initially in a friendly way, before later becoming friends. However, when Britannia finally developed its Knightmare Frames fleet and decided to invade Japan to seize control of the Sakuradite mines, consequently discarding Lelouch's use as a diplomatic tool, Lelouch, fearing for his and his sister's safety, hid their true identities and sought the help of the Ashford family, who were his mother's allies.
His mother's death and his father's apparent lack of concern in regards to it were huge blows to Lelouch. He also seeks to discover the true reason for his mother's death, as she was murdered in the Aries Imperial Palace, a place terrorists would be unlikely to penetrate successfully without being noticed, if at all.
As Zero Main article: Zero Lelouch as Zero. Shortly after gaining the power of Geass from C. The helmet has a retractable plate over the left eye so Lelouch can use his Geass.
In this guise, he forms the Black Knightsinitially composed of the members of Kaname Ohgi 's resistance group. The goal of this vigilante group is a campaign against powerful individuals who oppress the helpless, which he eventually expands into reforming Japan as an independent nation. Lelouch is willing to do whatever it takes to carry out his goal, even if it means lying to his followers and using people as bait for the outcome he desires.