History Anime / CodeGeassAkitoTheExiled

20th Aug '17 4:34:13 AM UmbrellasWereAwesome
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* TranslationConvention: While we may hear the Europeans and Britannians all speaking Japanese, the on-screen text implies that they're actually mostly speaking in French and English, respectively.

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* TranslationConvention: While we may hear the Europeans and Britannians all speaking Japanese, the on-screen text implies that they're actually mostly speaking in French and English, respectively. The English dub makes this explicit by giving all the European characters French accents.
22nd Jul '17 11:03:53 PM JackTheHammer
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** Episode 4 goes even further by having uncensored nudity when [[spoiler:Jean jumps out of the shower to confront Ashley]].

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** Episode 4 5 goes even further by having uncensored nudity when [[spoiler:Jean jumps out of the shower to confront Ashley]].
21st Jul '17 8:39:18 PM JackTheHammer
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** Shin's Knightmare in episode #4 uses a shotgun as its ranged weapon that is reloaded by [[Film/Terminator2JudgmentDay spin-cocking it on the move.]]
18th Jul '17 8:39:36 PM JackTheHammer
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* DarkerAndEdgier: While Code Geass as a whole was always relatively dark, ''Akito The Exiled'' elevates it to a more thematically mature standing. For starters, it features a protagonist who is considerably more mentally disturbed than Lelouch was, the entire plot revolves around a squad partaking exclusively in ''suicide missions'', and it essentially showcases a darker side of a "civilized world" than what we've seen of Britannian settlements. Topped off with the fact that the series runs on a considerably more somber pace and melancholy, it gives it a significantly different atmosphere that what we've seen of ''Code Geass'' thus far.

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* DarkerAndEdgier: While Code Geass ''Code Geass'' as a whole was always relatively dark, it managed to more or less balance it out with a dose of SliceOfLife school episodes and having some characters provide comedic relief on a regular basis. These elements are completely absent from ''Akito The Exiled'' elevates it Exiled'', but even with that aside, the general setting is already elevated to a more thematically mature standing. For starters, it features a protagonist who is considerably more mentally disturbed than Lelouch was, the entire plot revolves around a squad partaking exclusively in ''suicide missions'', and it essentially showcases a darker side of a "civilized world" than what we've seen of Britannian settlements. Topped off with the fact that the series runs on a considerably more somber pace and melancholy, it gives it a significantly different atmosphere that what we've seen of ''Code Geass'' thus far.



* DemocracyIsBad: The E.U. is a democracy, but one suffering from populism and war-weariness.

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* DemocracyIsBad: The E.U. is a democracy, but one suffering from populism riddled with elitism and war-weariness.
15th Jul '17 12:07:06 PM Lionheart0
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** Their pilot suits are even more revealing than any of the ones in the original series. We get a nice shot of Akito's assets early in the first episode, when he approaches the truck to ask them to take him back to the city.

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** Their pilot suits are [[SensualSpandex even more revealing revealing]] than any of the ones in the original series. We get a nice shot of Akito's assets early in the first episode, when he approaches the truck to ask them to take him back to the city.
13th Jun '17 12:21:07 PM YuriFan17
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* {{Fanservice}}: The standout example is in episode 3; when Leila, Akito, and the rest of Wyvern are staying with a gypsy caravan, the old women there have both the guys and girls wear some pretty revealing outfits, complete with changing scenes for Leila and Ayano. The grannies take note, particularly with Ryou.

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* {{Fanservice}}: The standout example is in episode 3; when Leila, Akito, and the rest of Wyvern are staying with a gypsy caravan, the old women there have both the guys and girls wear some pretty revealing outfits, complete with changing scenes for Leila and Ayano. The grannies take note, particularly with Ryou. And shortly after, on their final night with the gypsies, the camera offers a closeup of [[BellyDancer Ayano dancing]] to the gypsies' music, jiggling bits and all.
27th Nov '16 6:12:04 PM MarkLungo
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!!Tropes:

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!!Tropes:!!Code Geass: Akito the Troped:
27th Jul '16 7:12:24 PM lavendermintrose
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* GratuitousEnglish: "Yes, my Lord'''o'''!"

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* GratuitousEnglish: "Yes, my Lord'''o'''!"Well, it ''is'' Code Geass. But since it's in Europia now, a lot of it has been changed to GratuitousFrench.
5th Jun '16 8:06:04 AM UmbrellasWereAwesome
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* BigFancyCastle: The headquarters of W-0, Weisswolf Castle. [[spoiler:It's revealed to have been owned by Leila's family during pre-revolutionary Europe.]]

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* BigFancyCastle: The headquarters of W-0, Weisswolf Castle. [[spoiler:It's revealed to have been owned by at the end that Leila's family had owned it back during the days of pre-revolutionary Europe.]]
30th May '16 11:03:24 PM lavendermintrose
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** Yet it maintains the hopeful tone of the franchise, with an ending that's a lot less bittersweet, almost completely happy.



* {{Fanservice}}: The standout example being in episode 3; when Leila, Akito, and the rest of Wyvern are staying with a gypsy caravan, the old women there have both the guys and girls wear some pretty revealing outfits, complete with changing scenes for Leila and Ayano.

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* {{Fanservice}}: The standout example being is in episode 3; when Leila, Akito, and the rest of Wyvern are staying with a gypsy caravan, the old women there have both the guys and girls wear some pretty revealing outfits, complete with changing scenes for Leila and Ayano.Ayano. The grannies take note, particularly with Ryou.
** Their pilot suits are even more revealing than any of the ones in the original series. We get a nice shot of Akito's assets early in the first episode, when he approaches the truck to ask them to take him back to the city.
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