Lelouch of the Rebellion Series
Lelouch was a prince until the day his mother was murdered; his little sister
Nunnally became paralyzed and blinded. Now in high school, he's bored with
life, playing chess with rich aristocrats to stave off boredom while caring for Nunnally. One day, he meets a mysterious
woman named C.C. who offers him power through a contract which he accepts; C.C
told him that this power is called "Geass" and it can forcibly make other people obey his command. With this new found
power, he adorns a mask calling himself Zero. He then begins to gather warriors calling themselves the Black Knights,
with the ultimate goal to overthrow Britannia and recreate a perfect utopia where his sister can live a life of
R2 is a direct sequel to the main series. Lelouch is back to his old ways of playing chess with aristocrats, his life and memories of being Zero suppressed and his sister Nunnally somehow replaced with a brother named Rolo. A year later, C.C. finds him and is able to restore his memories and his power. Remembering who he really is, he's determined to get back to doing what he'd started a year ago as well as find out what happen to his sister!
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Code Geass is an anime that I recommend all the way. Anyone can get into it. It's very touching and remarkable. It's not my favorite anime, by far, but it's up there. Please watch.
AWESOME! The best anime I've ever seen!! Lelouch Lamperouge gets the power of absolute command from a mysterious girl
named C.C., and decides to fight the Holy Britannian Empire, which ruled over most of the world with an iron fist, to
create a peaceful world for his sister. The events follow each other at an incessant rhythm, with a thousand twists; the
characters are many and memorable, the main character most of all: his plans are always complicated but perfectly
logical, and his personality and character seem to change completely when he becomes Zero, his theatrical alter-ego. The
musics, including openings and endings, are beautiful, the graphics are wonderful and the dubbing perfect. The end is
great, brilliant, even if shocking.
LELOUCH LAMPEROUGE: "If the king doesn’t lead, how can he expect his subordinates to follow?"