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29th Apr '16 7:07:15 PM ImperialMajestyXO
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* TheKingslayer: [[spoiler:Twice over. He killed his father, the Prime Minister of Japan, because he didn't want the Japanese to fight to the last. Later on, he killed Emperor Lelouch as part of a plan to end war and hatred]].


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* {{Patricide}}: [[spoiler:Murdered his own father in order to prevent what he saw as unnecessary bloodshed]].
14th Apr '16 8:20:21 AM Eyeshield
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The [[ForgottenFriendNewFoe rival and best friend]] of Lelouch. Suzaku is a rather controversial character. Instead of following Lelouch's ideals to crush Britannia to save Japan, Suzaku opted to [[InternalReformist change Britannia]] [[TheQuisling from the inside,]] [[WellIntentionedExtremist to help Japan,]] and he is willing to crush Japanese freedom fighters and terrorists in order to achieve this (even those that share his ultimate goals, such as the Kyoto Group). Speaking of that, he got chosen to pilot the HumongousMecha Lancelot, which enables him to do lots of [[MartialArtsDoNotWorkThatWay otherwise-impossible physical feats]]. He often tells people that "results obtained using the wrong means are meaningless," which means he opposes Zero for using terrorism to achieve his ends.

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The [[ForgottenFriendNewFoe rival and best friend]] of Lelouch. Suzaku is a rather controversial character. Instead of following Lelouch's ideals to crush Britannia to save Japan, Suzaku opted to [[InternalReformist change Britannia]] [[TheQuisling from the inside,]] [[WellIntentionedExtremist to help Japan,]] and he is willing to crush Japanese freedom fighters and terrorists in order to achieve this (even those that share his ultimate goals, such as the Kyoto Group). Speaking of that, he got chosen to pilot the HumongousMecha Lancelot, which enables him to kick tons of ass. He becomes even better when Lelouch gives him a Geass to live, allowing him to do lots of [[MartialArtsDoNotWorkThatWay otherwise-impossible physical feats]]. He often tells people that "results obtained using the wrong means are meaningless," which means he opposes Zero for using terrorism to achieve his ends.
27th Mar '16 6:46:18 PM Rippingtons60
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* HotterAndSexier: In ''Nightmare of Nunnally'.
27th Mar '16 5:37:10 PM TargetmasterJoe
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* CannotSpitItOut: Let's just say that the show wouldn't very interesting if [[spoiler:she told Lelouch from the start that ''both'' his parents were in on the same plan, and that there was no real reason to rage against his father or avenge his mother's death... other than the whole "don't particularly care if he dies", and "throw him into a war zone" stuff.]]

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* CannotSpitItOut: Let's just say that the show wouldn't be very interesting if [[spoiler:she told Lelouch from the start that ''both'' his parents were in on the same plan, and that there was no real reason to rage against his father or avenge his mother's death... other than the whole "don't particularly care if he dies", and "throw him into a war zone" stuff.]]



* MsFanservice: She is number twelve on the list. [[http://codegeass.files.wordpress.com/2008/07/1215838241974.jpg Yes, of course they have a list.]]

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* MsFanservice: She is number twelve on the list. [[http://codegeass.files.wordpress.com/2008/07/1215838241974.jpg Yes, of course they have a list.]] For more reason, she's quite the looker [[http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/cc_swimsuit.png in a school swimsuit.]]
7th Mar '16 11:56:09 AM creader
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* AbusiveParents: [[spoiler:Her blindness and disability weren't a result of an assassination attempt, but by her parents modifying her memories, ''having her shot to preserve their cover story'', and ''geassing her into blindness'' as a part of their GambitRoulette.]]
7th Mar '16 11:54:59 AM creader
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!!Suzaku embodies these tropes:






!!C.C. embodies these tropes:






!!Kallen embodies these tropes:






!!Nunnally embodies these tropes:



!!Rolo embodies these tropes:
17th Jan '16 8:30:58 AM WillBGood
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** In a presumably non-canon [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DufS2km03sE&feature=related CD extra]] , Cecile 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.

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** In a presumably non-canon [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DufS2km03sE&feature=related com/watch?v=DufS2km03sE CD extra]] , Cecile 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.



* MyGodWhatHaveIDone: He has three of these. [[spoiler:First, when C.C accidentally undoes his TraumaInducedAmnesia and he remembers that he murdered his father. Second, when he attempts to drug Kallen to get information out of her but stops himself from doing so at the last moment, realizing it's the kind of underhanded tactic he despises Zero for using. Third, when [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fCff-CihCtc&feature=related he fires the FLEIJA nuke while under the effect of his "Live" Geass, kills thirty million people]] (mostly on his side) and spends an ''entire'' episode [[HeroicBSOD brooding]] at the epicenter of the disaster.]]

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* MyGodWhatHaveIDone: He has three of these. [[spoiler:First, when C.C accidentally undoes his TraumaInducedAmnesia and he remembers that he murdered his father. Second, when he attempts to drug Kallen to get information out of her but stops himself from doing so at the last moment, realizing it's the kind of underhanded tactic he despises Zero for using. Third, when [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fCff-CihCtc&feature=related com/watch?v=fCff-CihCtc he fires the FLEIJA nuke while under the effect of his "Live" Geass, kills thirty million people]] (mostly on his side) and spends an ''entire'' episode [[HeroicBSOD brooding]] at the epicenter of the disaster.]]
17th Jan '16 8:23:23 AM WillBGood
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* TheFool: Lampshaded several times. Most notably when Suzaku announces that [[spoiler:he now believes that the end justify the means and declares "I've been naive until now." [[DeadpanSnarker Lloyd drawls "Nooooooo, you?".]] But also a bit of a {{subver|tedTrope}}sion. He tends to have incredible PlotArmor, [[BlessedWithSuck which he would rather not have]] [[DeathSeeker for particular reasons]]. Which also becomes a major liability for [[CosmicPlaything Lelouch]].

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* TheFool: Lampshaded several times. Most notably when Suzaku announces that [[spoiler:he now believes that the end justify the means and declares "I've been naive until now." "]] [[DeadpanSnarker Lloyd drawls "Nooooooo, you?".]] But also a bit of a {{subver|tedTrope}}sion. He tends to have incredible PlotArmor, [[BlessedWithSuck which he would rather not have]] [[DeathSeeker for particular reasons]]. Which also becomes a major liability for [[CosmicPlaything Lelouch]].
8th Jan '16 2:22:05 PM matteste
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* ScarsAreForever: She has a Geass sigil-shaped scar beneath and partly on her left breast, which never heals. Eventually Lelouch (and the viewer) learn that she got it when [[spoiler:the nun who raised her back in the Middle Ages/Rennaissance forced the Code onto her, making her immortal.]]
15th Dec '15 9:49:38 PM sorako
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* MacGuffinSuperPerson: C.C. gets used as a living MacGuffin, as evidenced by the existence of a special canister designed to contain her. In Code Geass R2, she has this role because [[spoiler:she has a special power that is needed in order for The Emperor's master plan to work]].
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