Until Lelouch confronted his father, his Geass was just in one eye. But suddenly, it changed and also appeared in the other eye. After that, he could stop his father's plans.

Was this a sign that his power was getting stronger? Or did something else change?

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The Geass-in-both-eyes thing is just how the ever-increasing strength of Lelouch's Geass manifests. C.C. mentions on multiple occasions that his Geass will grow stronger and stronger, to the point that it cannot be controlled (even by the special contact lenses).

I don't think there's anything to it beyond that. Lelouch's Geass seems to grow stronger precisely when the plot demands it - first it becomes always-on in one eye, triggering the Euphinator incident, and then it activates in both eyes, allowing him to get rid of Charles.

  • i should also point out Mao had his sigil in both eyes too when his Geass was out of control
    – Memor-X
    Commented Jan 26, 2015 at 21:51

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