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I am planing to watch R1, R2 again with Akito the Exiled but will be joined by a person who have no idea about Code Geass before.

I know Akito the Exiled take place between R1 and R2 from the similar question but I have no idea how much they are related to each other in details.

So what is the best order to watch R1, R2 and Akito the Exiled without getting anything spoiled in advance?

  • AFAIK Akito the Exiled was not strictly related to the main story. I watched R1 > R2 and then watched Akito the Exiled as a side story. As @endyey mentioned, You can watch r1 then r2 without getting spoiler in akito the exiled but I suppose you are wondering if watching Akito the Exiled after R1 would spoil R2 for you? I'm interested to know as well TBH. Perhaps someone who watched the series recently can shed some light into this? – zyten Jan 31 '17 at 20:01
  • Why not watch in release order? – Hegao Mar 1 '17 at 13:12
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Story of R1 and R2 isn't affected by Akito the Exiled enough to be considered a spoiler of any sort.

AtE is an Alternate/Side-story and thus you can watch it whenever you want, though I'd advise to watch in the release order (and not just for Code-Geass, but almost every series out there) because that's how they are made and that's how you're supposed to be watching it.

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Start with R1 then R2 and later Exile of Akito.

In the code geass Universe, while Japan kept up some rebellions against Britannia, Europe was also in constant war with them. Exile of Akito is all about the wars in Europe, and in the time period between R1 and R2.

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Chronologically Akito the Exiled takes place between season 1 and 2, but it's better to first finish season 2 before watching Akito because you don't want to interrupt the flow of the story of the main series.

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Watch R1, R2 then Akito of the Exiled. I think Akito of the Exiled was created for alternative story. You don't have to watch it. If you don't watch Akito of the Exiled nothing will change.

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