As the battle rages on, Kallen uses the Crimson Lotus’ arm to destroy Kewell’s Sutherland before the pilot can escape. However, several of the Black Knights who are on foot are wounded or killed by enemy fire, and Lelouch thinks to himself that the ones who survive will become soldiers. In the Britannia control room, Euphemia notices that there’s something coming up towards Cornelia’s group. Those two dots on her map represent the two vehicles of the Japan Liberation Front forces – led by Toudou – who are going after Cornelia. Invoking what happened seven years ago, the group launches an attack that takes out several of Cornelia’s Sutherlands. While Guilford and the others hold off the attackers, Cornelia breaks through their enemy and gets away. Zero’s unit is pinned down by Britannian fire when he gets news of the Japan Liberation Front. He wonders if they figured out his target and are going to help him by keeping Cornelia’s bodyguards busy. At that time, Toudou is contacting headquarters and telling them to invest all their forces to keep the main Britannia army confined. Back at the Britannia field base, Euphemia’s advisers want to enter the base into battle to help Cornelia. Although she is conflicted with the desire to save her sister, Euphemia refuses to do this because of Cornelia’s earlier order for her to not move no matter what. Fortunately, she gets a message from Lloyd and Suzaku asking for special permission to launch. Seeing Suzaku silently mouth he nickname “Euphie,” Euphemia grants them the go ahead.
As he’s locked in battle with Guilford and the rest of Cornelia’s troops, Toudou tells his men that if Zero is the kind of guy he expects Zero to be, then Zero would be doing something about Cornelia. Thus, they can do nothing but trust in Zero. At that moment, Guilford is also talking to Villetta about Zero, who appears to have changed course. She shows him where Zero is heading, causing Guilford to realize that this is really bad because that’s where Cornelia is currently. But when Guilford contacts Cornelia to tell her, he finds out that Cornelia has already met up with the Crimson Lotus. What they don’t know is that Suzaku is preparing to launch in the Lancelot, though Lloyd messages him first and asks why he joined the military if he disliked people dying. Suzaku’s answer is that he’s in the military because he doesn’t want to die. Lloyd thinks that this contradiction will someday get Suzaku killed, but then apologizes when Cecile threatens him for saying that. As Suzaku is launching, Cornelia is meanwhile finding herself outmatched by both the Crimson Lotus and Zero, the latter of whom declares that it’s already checkmate. Cornelia knows that if she can defeat the Crimson Lotus, then she will open a means of escape. However, when she tries to attack the Crimson Lotus, its movements are too fast for her gun. When Cornelia turns to her lance, Kallen responds with the claw arm’s radiant surge ability, forcing Cornelia to eject her Gloucester’s right arm because of the damage. Cornelia then comes under fire from Zero’s Knightmare, destroying her gun and her other arm.
The rest of the Britannia forces are also faring poorly. Guilford has been herded together with the rest of his force by Toudou, though he’s still more concerned about Cornelia. She sends him a message, telling him to go assist Euphemia with Darlton and promising not to surrender – she’ll fight to the very end as an imperial princess. With that, Cornelia makes a charge at the Crimson Lotus with her armless Gloucester, but before she can make it, something bursts through the rocky wall beside them: the Lancelot. While Cornelia is surprised to see the Knightmare and wonders who gave him permission, Guilford is relieved that the Lancelot showed up. Remembering his previous encounter with the Lancelot, Lelouch tries to shoot at Cornelia, but Suzaku shields her. Lelouch then orders Kallen to destroy the white Knightmare, and so the two mecha start fighting in a match of lightning fast speed. Kallen is able to dodge most of Suzaku’s attacks, though she does use her claw arm to stop and destroy one of his swords. In fact, her claw arm’s radiant surge can even stop one of Suzaku’s bullets. Unfortunately, the consequence of doing this is that the ground under the Crimson Lotus crumbles, causing it to go tumbling down the side of a cliff. The fall damages the Crimson Lotus’ claw arm and forces Lelouch to order a retreat because he realizes this would otherwise become a war of attrition. Suzaku then goes to check up on Cornelia, but she orders him to chase after Zero instead.
Escorting Kallen away, Shinichirou comments on how they used the Japan Liberation Front as a decoy, but ended up only running away. Kallen doesn’t like that kind of talk and Kaname agrees. He explains that humans are not pawns in a game and he feels Zero doesn’t think about this. Regardless, he knows that Zero’s anger towards Britannia is real, and a man who knows such anger also knows sadness. While they’ve been talking, Suzaku has hunted down Zero’s Knightmare and forced Zero to eject. Not knowing that Zero is Lelouch, Suzaku reports back that he’s found Zero and will capture him. Thinking to himself, Suzaku feels that Zero has helped a lot of people, but he also feels that Zero’s way of doing things is wrong. He points the Lancelot’s gun at Zero, but what occurs next surprises both Suzaku and Lelouch: C.C. appears. As she tells Suzaku to stop and to not make a move on Zero, C.C. walks up and touches the Lancelot. When Lelouch questions what she’s doing, C.C. explains that his death would be troublesome. And although this is indirect contact, she thinks this is worth a try. What C.C. tries sends Suzaku through the same experience Lelouch went through when he got his GEASS power. However, Suzaku is met up with an image of his now-dead father and becomes fearful of it. Lelouch at first thinks that she gave the Lancelot pilot GEASS, but she reassures that she’s only showing Suzaku images to shock him. She then tells Lelouch to run away, but he asks what she’ll do and doesn’t want to be indebted to her. As he says this, he touches her shoulder, starting a chain reaction in both her and him.
Lelouch begins to see many images, including a mob throwing rocks at a church that’s adorned with the same mark that’s on C.C.’s forehead and a nun with that marking too. This leads to a shot of a red shrine gate marked Kururugi Jinja (Kururugi Shrine) and then a scene of C.C. naked in a body of water, touching the scar that is shaped like the marking on her forehead and stretches from her left breast down to her stomach. Clutching her chest in pain and beginning to cry, C.C. tells him to stop and to not go inside of her, but it’s too late – she feels that she’s been opened. When Suzaku suddenly yells that he couldn’t do anything but that, both he and Lelouch are taken to the same plane where there is screaming all over the place and featureless people all walking one direction. Suzaku gives a final scream, knocking both C.C. and Lelouch out of the vision, and then proceeds to start firing wildly with the Lancelot. In trying to protect Lelouch and get him to run away, C.C. gets heavily injured by flying rocks. Meanwhile, the battle between the Japan Liberation Front and the Britannia forces is winding down. Guilford manages to get away from the enemy and heads for Cornelia’s position, but she surprises him by ordering a retreat. She sees no reason to stake the lives of her men any further and admits to herself that they lost this time. The Black Knights end up celebrating the victory, though Kallen remains very concerned about what happened to Zero, afraid that he might have been captured.
Zero has actually taken the injured C.C. to a nearby cave and realizes that she’s not human because her regeneration speed isn’t normal. He remembers how she got shot in the head when they first met in Shinjuku and thinks that she most not be connected to Britannia since Clovis was carrying out his research in private. Lelouch notes that her vitals are the same a human and though he plans to investigate her blood sample later, he wonders if he should photograph her wounds. C.C. suddenly starts saying something in her sleep, so Lelouch brings himself closer to hear her. She surprises him with whatever she said and then tells someone that they finally called her by her name. Meanwhile, Cornelia, Guilford, and Suzaku have all returned to base, but Suzaku remains in a state of shock inside the Lancelot’s cockpit even when Lloyd, Cecile, and Euphemia come to check up on him. Back at the cave, Lelouch drops the handkerchief with C.C.’s blood into a puddle of water and tells the now-awake girl that he removed the fragment she got hit by and washed the wound. C.C., however, claims that it wasn’t necessary and feels that Lelouch always sticks his pride in trivial places. Lelouch then reveals that he knows her name, causing C.C. to comment on how his eavesdropping hobby is bad. Ignoring what she said, Lelouch continues on, saying that it’s a good name and is much more human than C.C. At first she calls that stupid, but she soon starts crying as she admits that she forgot everything.
Lelouch feels that this is a good chance to say something to her for saving him and giving him GEASS, and that something is Arigatou (thank you). C.C. remembers that this is the first time that he’s expressed his gratitude to her and asks for him to return the favor to her by calling her name again. Although she only wants him to say it once, she wants him to do it with kindness and with all his heart into it. Lelouch grants her request, but C.C. tells him afterwards that his gentleness was insufficient, that he said it with a pitiful heart, that his pronunciation was poor, and that above all, his warmth was lacking. In response, Lelouch calls her a selfish woman, and C.C. agrees because she is C.C. Around this time, in the town below where the battle took place, a weary Jeremiah walks in front of a truck carrying the scientists who were studying C.C. Crying out to Zero, Jeremiah claims that he’s not Orange and then collapses on the road. Sometime later, Kallen arrives at the cave after Zero called her there. She is initially concerned about him, but then notices C.C. standing to the side and questions who she is. Zero tells her not to worry because C.C. is his precious partner. Turning around to address her, Lelouch tells C.C. that he doesn’t know why the snow is white. However, he feels that white snow is beautiful, and so he doesn’t hate it.


Well that was crazy awesome – a thrill ride all the way through. In terms of the battles, I was actually a little surprised at how well Kallen was doing in the fight against Suzaku. If she hadn’t fallen off the cliff and damaged the claw arm, she probably could have won that battle with the way it was going. And Kallen definitely had Cornelia beat if it wasn’t for Suzaku’s entrance. It was amusing to see Cornelia’s Knightmare without any arms since it reminded me a little of the Black Knight from Monty Python. Surprisingly enough though, almost everyone survived except for Kewell who died in the first few minutes of the episode. That even includes Jeremiah, whose sanity is questionable, but whose appearance again reinforces the Mai-HiME/Otome principle.
Actually, although the first half of the episode had the best action and the funniest moments (courtesy of Lloyd and Cecile), it was the latter half of the episode that ended up being more interesting. The flashback caused when Lelouch touched C.C.’s shoulder had a lot of juicy bits, including the shot of the Kururugi Shrine that would seem to imply another Suzaku connection. That sequence was filled with the red bird-shaped symbol that’s also found on C.C.’s forehead and in Lelouch’s eye whenever he uses GEASS. The church scene seems to say that it has religious significance, but there’s still a lot more for us to find out.
The latter half also featured some of the strongest LelouchXC.C. moments to date. Not only did he get a peek into her past, he also learned her real name. That alone was the most frustrating part of the episode because they don’t tell us what that name is and instead blanked out the audio or covered it up with water drop noises when its said. I suspect the name has something to do with the why-snow-is-white topic that came up last episode when they were talking about her name and then at the end of this one after they went through all the name stuff. That would also give Lelouch’s last line even more meaning.
It’s also worthy to note that Kallen seemed to have warmed up quite nicely to Zero. She had been so worried about him and had addressed him so happily when she first entered the cave, but then immediately changed the tone of her voice when she saw another girl. Kallen’s expression didn’t get any better after Lelouch said all those things to C.C. either. I wouldn’t call it jealousy just yet, but this does seem to develop a little relationship triangle between all of them.
In conclusion, this was a great episode to end the year on, and I can’t wait to see where they take the story in 2007. As a reminder, there’s no CODE GEASS next week. The show returns with Episode 12 on January 4th. Who knows, maybe that’s when the new OP and ED will premiere…


  1. So, the heralded mushy-mushy moment between C.C. and Lelouch has indeed come, eh?
    *looks at the angel choir singing overhead*
    *shakes head and chuckles*
    BTW, I dunno if it’s given in this ep but spoilers said that Show Spoiler ▼

    Did it happen?

  2. Renegade: That was the most frustrating part of the episode. Lelouch knows what her name is, but when he says it for her, they blank out the audio, so we don’t get to hear it. So unless you’re really good at reading anime lips…

  3. lolx, this episode looks so good. i’m a complete lelouch/CC fan, so yes, i’m extremely happy about this eppie. ^^; we’re finally getting somewhere in terms of relationships eh?!

  4. Nope. He was just trapped by C.C.’s powers so as to keep Lelouch alive. He was put in limbo and forced to reminisce and face certain things from his past, like the memory of his father. I dunno whether it’s a memory or an illusion woven by C.C.’s mind, though.

  5. I cannot freaking wait until my copy of the raw finishes downloading. This looks like such a freaking awesome episode. Pairings galore, fighting galore… what more can you want (besides a Pizza Hut comeback [/subliminal advertising])?

  6. Looks incredible. I’m curious to see how Cornelia reacts to her defeat. Will she be humbled or defiant? Maybe if it’s the former, the Emperor will replace her with Snizzle? I’d rather Cornelia survived as she’s too interesting to be killed off so easily. Next Ep: SAKUYA (or is it Kaguya now???)

  7. Agh! -foams at mouth- I want to see this so badly! Hope the subs come out early this week. This is like…an early Christmas present for me; both Cornelia and Suzaku getting PWNed badly, an alive Jeremiah, character development, and LuluxC.C. bonding!!!

    …Why is Kallen in the cave at the end of the episode? -points to last screencap-

  8. So I was sort of correct, C.C. used a geass-like ability to protect Lelouch.

    However, am I the only one who thinks the blood-like formation drawn on C.C. looks like a… stigmata?? Add to that C.C. is shown in the ending with a backdrop of a church.

    Thoughts anyone?

  9. Actually no Code Geass for 3 weeks. 🙁 So did Lulu actually sense/saw/whatever Suzaku during that mulitple-person-mindrape?

    And orange kun in the hands of the scientist hehehe. Next Geass candidate? Especially with his destroyed mind 😀

  10. MUWHAHAHA… See? I wondered how many people were truely convinced last week that Suzaku was getting the Geass power?

    HAHAHAHA… And how many quited the show just because of that assumption =)

  11. I want to see Suzaku and Kallen duke it out one on one, since they’re both like “with this gund-… ermm… knightmare, I can do anything, lolz”. Both having something to fight for and one of them would have their dreams shattered with a loss… tantalizing.
    As for the previews, seems like they’ll finally introduce that other person in the opening sequence.

  12. Yes, Karen showed some Jealousy, because Zero called CC “My precious partner” which also surprised CC, and he has never call any of the other members of the group as a “partner”. Suzaku is left with a nervous breakdown, YEEEES! The bastard tease us, Lulu knows CC real name but we don’t. Karen really stunned Suzaku by blocking all his special attacks, too bad she blocked the last attack at the edge of the cliff and the edge collapsed under her.

  13. i think there is no questioning that this is the best episode of Code Geass !
    the show keeps getting better and better ! this is awesome !
    but i curse them for muting out the part on C.C’s name ! i don’t understand Japanese enough to read on lips 🙁
    But boy , crying C.C is hot !..err..i mean…cute…..err..i mean I’m in love with her even more now .
    Like the Karen getting jealous thing too !
    and Boy..didn’t Suzaku got what he deserve ? that shall teach him .
    and Orange-kun is alive ! great news !…is that the capsule C.C was on ?..then…maybe…could it be that….no….no way O_o * thinks of the title of episode 14 *
    Damn , can’t wait to see all that .
    Code Geass = definitely anime of the year .

  14. Bwahahah~ Orange-Kun will live on as a Psycho-Zero-Hater all the more from now on!!

    Suzaku ain’t getting a Geass.. Doesn’t matter! He’s all to powerful with Lancelot.
    Aww~ we get to see the Cuter side of C.C.. =) But i kinda like Kallen, oh well~ 😛

  15. “ordnance11:
    Did Lulu just introduce C.C to Kallen as his girlfriend? and Kallen does not look too pleased! ”

    Not as his girlfriend but as his “precious partner”, Zero has not call any of the members
    “Partners” or ” camrade” and less “Precious”

  16. I got to see the raw and I can’t wait to see it sub. I wonder is Suzaku will be normal again or is he too going the same as Orange-kun in the mad department. Yes Kallen was very much jealous of how Lelouch spoke of CC. Another thing I the Nippon force look to be pretty bad-ass wonder when they will join Lelouch in taking down Cornelia.

  17. I have to agree that C.C. and Lulu make a good match. On the other side it’s Suzaku with Yufie. I kinda feel sad for Suzaku though the emotional shock he got from C.C. is one he probably won’t recover quickly from. It really touched some nerves down there, and he’ll need some comfort from someone. The only problem I’m seeing with this is Lulu might find out that he’s the Lancelot pilot considering that Suzaku won’t be at school. But I must say the battle between the Lancelot and Guren was nicely done as they were balanced. Left at that it would have been nice but now it seems that the Order of the Black Knights now have the advantage with Suzaku out of the way.

  18. Jd at 10:30 pm on December 21st, 2006
    When is Lelouch getting his own Meccha?? as the main character i find it really weird that he doesn’t have his own suit.

    Lelouch doesn’t need his own super mech that can solo own everything in sight. Lulu’s the commander.

    Basically, in chess terms, Lulu’s the King. The most important piece on the board, yet at the same time the least powerful in terms combat ability. The difference is, like it was shown in the first episode, Lulu likes to take his King to go fight in the front lines as well.

    Karen’s a former pawn whom was promoted to a Queen, the most powerful piece on the board.

    Village Idiot
  19. asian182 at 11:26 pm on December 21st, 2006
    is it just me or does CC look more like lelouch’s girlfriend

    actually, yes she does. i guess that’s one of the main reasons why i found this episode so satisfying. i’m just kind of edgy right now cuz this episode was so great, but theres nothing to look forward to next week…


  21. Theory: If the opening scene in episode one is an indication, Lelouch and Suzaku may have already met C.C just before the Britania invasion. Nanaly didn’t seem to recognize C.C. that could mean she hasn’t met her before.

    It’s obvious Lelouch keeps things to himself. Wasn’t it a shock he was a prince?

  22. @Village Idiot
    Isn’t CC the queen and Karen more like the Knight. As for Lelouch and his own mecca, it looks like he can pilot a meccha well, its just that Suzaku’s is superior to his.

  23. Jd at 1:52 am on December 22nd, 2006
    @Village Idiot
    Isn’t CC the queen and Karen more like the Knight. As for Lelouch and his own mecca, it looks like he can pilot a meccha well, its just that Suzaku’s is superior to his.

    In chess, you can have more than one Queen, via the promotion of a pawn.

    Village Idiot
  24. i kinda get irritated whenever Lloyd comes in… (his speech and accent)

    BUT, in this episode he and Cecile make me laugh the most… (more than orange-kun)
    while he is commenting about the lancelot rifle, he got a bruise on his face… from who? Cecile? scaryyy…

  25. @Village Idiot
    so you are implying that Karen is consider the promoted queen and CC is the orginal queen in the chess…

    then will there be more queen coming up??? cough. harem. cough.

  26. Haha, yea, Lloyd seems like a person in the show that just lighten things up just a bit….and haha, they fight each other on the battlefield, yet hang out like friends while in school…*sigh* This show just got a whole lot more exciting…sucks that it end at 25 eps….-_-

  27. As I see it, literally Kallen is the queen on the battefield due to the fact that she’s piloting the most powerful mech on Lulu’s side. The CL-2 acts like the queen because it moves quickly and kills efficiently. Metaphorically speaking, C.C. is the queen due to her position as both a key factor in the story and Lelouch’s right-hand/precious partner. Off the battlefield, she fits the queen role better than Kallen; she’s powerful (as seen with the mindHAX of DOOM) without a mech and steps in many times to save the King’s butt (she’s been used as a living shield twice and already posed as a decoy). She also has more mobility, since hardly anyone knows about her, and is free to move about to her liking. Not to mention her Auto-Life function (video game terms are fun xD) Outside of battle, Kallen isn’t as powerful and is more…pawnish/knightish. It’s like how the Lancelot is the ‘queen’ piece on the white side in battle but, considering the whole of Britannia, Suzaku’s personality/actual position is more of a pawn/knight.

    Erm…different chess boards for different situations? I hope that made sense >.

  28. Haha, Yup!! Lulu has two queens! lol, and it is pretty interesting how Kallen reacts…though, some may think it’s just cuz he never called anyone else precious or partner…what were to happen if she were to find out that it was lulu, would she still be jealous? Well,, who knows?!

  29. “C.C. tells him to stop and to not go inside of her, but it’s too late – she feels that she’s been opened.”

    The summary uses some weird sentences there LOL.

    ANYWAY THIS EPISODE ROCKS!! Although I have pretty much spoiled myself with all the newtype spoiler and crap, regardless this episode totally kick asssss!

    There are some points I want to make:

    Kalen’s pilot skill Lv:

    The fight between Kalen and Susaku is beyond awesome! Although Susaku has a slight edge over Kalen in that fight, Kalen has proven herself to be a fine pilot by defeating Cornalia.

    Recall back in episode 2, it was Orange vs. Kalen. At that time Orange completely kicks Kalen’s butt. However she gets him in the last episode using Guren. WHich means the fight is largely dominated by Guren’s ability and sadly not Kalen.

    Recall that Cornalia’s Knightmare is also 5th generation knightmare (same generatoin with the one that Orange uses with some mod) which means out of Guren, Kalen is no match for Cornalia as well.

    Susaku is on par with Kalen, however he is using 6th generation Knightmare! thus although he is fighting godly in lancelot, its not totally his ability, infact it is mostly of lancelot.

    Thus the pilot’s ability ranking is:
    Cornalia > Orange > Susaku >= Kalen

    6th generation knightmare and gulen ignore those pilots lv of ability. it would be VERY terrifying if Britania starts to mass produce it. There are some crap about 6th generation+ chooses its own pilot… ignore those.
    CC’s real name:
    I probably makes some thrends later on guessing CC’s name by reading Lulu’s mouth.
    CC’s memory:
    She said she has lost her memory. Weirdly she is able to remember her name! She is also afraid of Lulu to see her past for some reason, if she forgot she would have no idea what Lulu would be seeing! … this doesn’t add up.. she is still hiding something.
    CC’s moment with Lulu
    In one word or less: AWESOME!
    I am all CC x Lulu now. They both makes really good pair. Lulu is so stubborn, even when he is saying thank you lol. (She is stubborn too, damit they are so cute)

    The producer mentioned there will be an emotionl moment between CC and Lulu when he call her by her real name. I think that was the moment.
    They also mentioned some Shirley development on Lulu coming up SOON too! This could prove being a challege for my CCxLulu!

  30. lol, I am interested on the ccxlulu thingg too, but I sort of disagree on the orange and kallen thing…wasn’t the first battle sort of unfair…I think…or maybe I imagined it…but wasn’t Kallen’s frame a lower one then orange’s when they first fought? Like orange said something like, blah frame can not take on my blah frame…or something…well…just a thought…I don’t remember…I might be hallucinating…

  31. Quina i think that in your analyze of the pilot lv. is a bit off, for starters when Kallen went up against Jeremiah she was using a more older model then the 5th generation type model Jeremiah was using and it was a 2 on 1 so Kallen ability is still pretty much indeterminate, as for Suzaku the Lancelot isn’t a knightmare that can be piloted easily by anyone as it was stated by Lloyd on how only Suzaku was able to use Lancelot to it’s full potential and the fact that in simulation trial Suzaku pilot lv. were also very high so it be begs the question on whether if it is just the Lancelot’s power or is it’s Suzaku’s ability by bring it to it’s full potential. I would say that we really can’t compare Suzaku’s and Kallen’s piloting ability to Jeremiah’s and Cornalia’s piloting ability just yet since nether of them have really gone on a one-on-one fight while or used the same generation type of model knightmare and it’s still unknown on whether or not Jeremiah, Cornalia, or Kallen can uses the Lancelot to it’s full potential. Your piloting lv. analyze is a bit off, since you still haven taken all the factors in your analyze.

  32. just judging from the screencaps, this episode is an amazing christmas present for us fans. and thank god suzaku didn’t get the geass but oh no, cc gets injured. 🙁

    damn, i sniff a luluxccxkarenxshirley relationship.

  33. I have read somewhere that C.C.’s real name should be
    Show Spoiler ▼

    Anyways.. this show is AWESOME! Good job Sunrise!

    Son Gohan
  34. i disagree about kallen having the upper hand. after she blocked suzaku’s rifle, her only weapon rendered useless – since suzaku has 2 swords equipped, its obvious who would’ve won at the end.

    king of brittania = king author
    lelouch = mordred
    c.c. = morgan
    suzaku = lancelot
    yuffie = guinevere?

  35. I have a feeling the connection between the Kurugi Shrine we saw in CC’s mind will lead Lelouch to Suzaku’s aunt who’s supposed to have great spiritual powers, maybe she’s some kind of priestess. And since that woman who I assume is Sakuya (Suzaku’s aunt) was in Zero’s group in the opening theme we can probably assume she’ll be an ally of his in some shape or form.

    White Star
  36. @sammo

    Someone in another board mentioned that Suzaku is more like Galahad than Lancelot. Galahad is the most pure, noble Knight of the Round Table whom was the only one whom managed to actually find the Holy Grail in the end, whereas the other knights (including Arthur and Lancelot) failed.

    This suits Suzaku, as he is pure and noble to the point where he can be seen as a naive fool.

    Village Idiot
  37. Wait a minute…Kururugi Shrine?


    Maybe Sakuya /is/ connected to C.C. It seemed like C.C. was taking refuge at that body of water which could have been part of the shrine that we had a glimpse of. Since Sakuya’s supposed to have spiritual powers and, therefore, might be a priestess (as said by White Star) she could have sheltered C.C. for a while or had some contact with her (which might explain the whole talking to herself deal)

    Either that or Suzaku’s memories mixed with hers (highly doubt it)

  38. wow! i loved the episode!! kallen did REALLY well against lancelot, aka overpowered white “beetle” (nickname given by lelouch)

    in any case, sakuya finally appears in the next episode!!! (we have to wait until jan tho)
    and some juicy details:

    one of toudou’s liuetenants is indeed voiced by CHIBA SAEKO (aka natsuki kuga/kruger) and her name according the ED credits is also CHIBA! LOL

    another mai hime/otome connection: one of guren nishiki’s weapons looks exactly like the blade/knife thing that was nina wong’s element in her ultimate black diamond robe (except for color). guess they gave some heads up to the fact that koshimizu ami voiced nina as well as kallen?

  39. I get the feeling that lulu’s going to get to see all his possible love interests au naturual before the series is over. If he was a normal teenager his raging hormones would be making him nuts right now.

  40. @Village Idiot

    What if Suzaku isn’t actually pure as he seems to be? That flashback that C.C.’s made him have most likely makes me assume that he has a dark past or atleast he had a dark side that he’s probably been to suppress with his overly kind and dedicated behaviour.

  41. i actually think he is fishy .
    i mean..c’mon . Britania invade your country , they kill your father and act all “hey..i want to save Britannia by kindness ” or whatever……doesn’t work .
    he acts way to nice . it hides something .

  42. Son Gohan @ 6:21 am on December 22nd, 2006
    Topic: C.C’s true name
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  43. Suzaku is probably the one that killed his own father, I can kinda forsee it from the way he talked during the flashbacks, and I also think he’s faking himself. Seriously, anyone who calls himself “boku” right after calling himself “ore” is usually trying to hide their dark past by faking their identities…

    But seeing as many of us were wrong with the speculation last week about Suzaku receiving a power from C.C., the show can turn to any direction. 😉

  44. @Quina
    Show Spoiler ▼

  45. This is the best episode for geass. Hope suzaku get worser like orange-kun!!!!

    He betrays his country and saying ‘i am in the army so that they wont die’by killing his own man – elevens.
    bahh what a hero!!

    Orange-kun rules

  46. Does anyone think that Suzaku was involved in the death Lelouch’s mother (and his own dad obviously)? This would explain why both Suzaku, his dad, Lelouch and his mom all appeared in the “vision”, with Suzaku ending the vision by going berserk out of guilt. Perhaps that is why he fights but does not intend to kill, like Kenshin if you will.

    I think later when Lelouch finds out, he won’t stop until he has Suzaku’s head on a platter. Then somehow Suzaku will save Nanali and Lelouch will be driven insane at the dilemma of getting revenge for his mother and expressing gratitude for the saving of his sister.

    Speculation is fun =)

  47. I’LL TEL YOU WHAt I think (potential spoler ahead)
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  48. Orenji-kun has received very pathetic roles until now…
    but he collapsed in front of a truck with the scientists and container inside…
    obviosly they’ll take him inside. And then? Orenji doesn’t seem to be running out of role yet.

    And also Suzaku saw Shiitsu and recognized her. Wonder if he will still remember after his breakdown. If so, and he doesnt realize Lulu is Zero, well…

    Kallen now knows C.C. is with Zero too.

    Things are getting even more and more interesting!!>w

  49. What Kallen thinks when she find out Zero is her classmate, Lulu? I think there must be many love after then. XD Yea, Kallen looks not quite happy when she saw some strange girl with Zero. personally I like Kallen more than her…
    I can’t wait the next episode& the next next episodes! Still, why there need to be a long break between them?!

  50. ugghhh…i love suzaku and all but his dad….really don’t want him to end up looking like his dad

    interesting seeing lulu’s relationship w/ all his girls…birth of a major pimp…i mean player…xDD \

    and was that suspicion or jealous on kallen’s face at the end?? or both =p

  51. Judging by this picture C.C. is a mermaid in my opinion.

    It makes a lot of scents actually if you consider her powers. Mermaids sing a song that makes sailors fall in love with them it also makes them do what the mermaid wants, much like LuLu’s powers. Usually the sailor ends up falling off the ship and being drowning by the Mermaid. Some say on purpose some say by accident.

    Also that symbol just below and on her breast looks at least to me a lot like a trident.

    Just as a guess on the name, since there’s a lot of white snow reference around the times they are talking about C.C.’s name. Lets change that around to Snow White.

    LuLu is a prince, when he spoke her name there were a lot of syllables. I’m assuming he only said her first name and not both. So at this point I will guess it was Cinderella, to make her his princess. I’ll admit it’s pretty cheesy if that’s right but it would be cool.


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