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Who are the sibling groups in this picture?

I answered my own question partway through writing it with a visit to http://iqdb.com. Rather than delete the question, I made it a shill for iqdb (brought to my attention by Logan M. in this question'...
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Difference between a code and geass?

When the Code is obtained, the one who obtains it seems to lose their Geass Powers. We see this happen with C.C in her flashbacks as beforehand she had the Geass Power to make everyone love her. In ...
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Was Lelouch the person driving the cart in the last scene of Code Geass R2?

Lelouch is officially confirmed dead Over the past 10 years the creators of the show have repeatedly explained that Lelouch is truly dead. This was done in interviews, articles, tweets, live ...
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In Code Geass R2 episode 17, why did Lelouch lie to Suzaku about what he ordered Euphemia to do?

It's because he did order Euphie to massacre the Japanese people. In Stage 22 - Bloodstained Euphie after Euphie had invited Zero to attend the commemoration ceremony for the Special Administrated ...
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Why did Lelouch erase Shirley's memories of him?

The affair with Shirley comes to a head in episode 14, when Shirley tries to shoot Lelouch after being manipulated by Mao. Shirley fails but is still wracked by guilt, having shot Villetta Nu earlier ...
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Why didn't the Geass work on Kallen the second time?

Because Lelouch's Geass can only be used on a given person once, ever. This is one of the fundamental limitations of his Geass. Indeed, it is when his second Geass on Kallen fails that Lelouch ...
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Lelouch - Geass in both eyes

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 ...
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How did Geass come into existence?

Answering your question to the letter, a Geass is created when a code user makes a contract with a human. The type of Geass and its specific powers are dependent on the Code user, the new Geass ...
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Why did Suzaku change sides?

TL;DR: He never changed sides. Suzaku's allegiance remained with the Britannia Empire the whole series. After the events in C world that culminated with the Emperor's death, Lelouch became the new ...
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Where did the Western names in Code Geass come from?

This is only a partial answer as I don't actually think the names of characters came from anything else, just chosen names. However, in the case of Britannian Terminology a lot of it comes from ...
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How effective was the Geass Canceler?

As there is no direct evidence to explain how it would affect them I would assume, With the Knight of One, Bismark, I would dare say he wouldn't see the "before images" thus unable to predict their ...
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In episode 3, why did Lelouch kill him but not her?

Clovis was killing innocent Elevens, not just the resistance/terrorists. …just as former Viceroy Clovis was punished for ordering the slaughter of countless unarmed Elevens. We cannot stand by and ...
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Is Cheese-kun real?

So I am wondering, does Cheese-kun exist in Japan? If so, did it exist before or after Code Geass? Yes, Cheese-kun exists IRL and predates Code Geass. See, for example, this 13 Aug 2006 Wayback ...
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What does C.C and V.V stand for?

There is no information as to a meaning to C.C. or V.V other than to hide their real names. There is some information about the planning stages of Code Geass having C2 name as Cera or Sera but I ...
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What does the R2 mean in Code Geass?

As chocking as it may sound R2 stands for second season. There is no information that it could mean something else or at least I haven't found anything to back other information such as R2 being ...
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Why did Suzaku change sides?

Near the end of the series it is explained how Lelouch came up with the Zero Requiem; that being, the idea of creating a focal point of the entire world's hatred and then having that point be ...
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Why did Lelouch call it the "United States of Japan"?

TL;DR: It is used as an artifact to show Lelouch's interest in freedom and democracy and all that stuff we usually associate with the "United States" image. And I am not talking about USA. In our ...
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Why did Lelouch call it the "United States of Japan"?

Lelouch's intended style of government is unlike real-life Japan's central government, in which all laws and decisions pass from the decision-makers down to prefectures which do not make their own ...
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Was Code Geass first a light novel, manga, or anime?

It was original, the anime came first then various adaptations. You could confirm this in MyAnimeList. Under "Background": Code Geass: Hangyaku no Lelouch is an original anime series by Sunrise ...
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Why did Suzaku laugh at the end of episode 17 of Code Geass R2?

Basically he's losing his s**t. He was trying to stop terrorism and ended up committing mass genocide for reasons outside of his own control. Imagine if you were trying to save a burning building ...
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How does Lelouch manage to contain his Geass?

Lelouch obtains eye contacts for his geass eye from CC in episode 3 of R2. It depends on the video, but it happens around the 12-13 minute mark in a flashback.
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Difference between a code and geass?

A geass is a supernatural power, like Lelouch's ability to command people to do things, or Charles's ability to rewrite people's memories. A code is a, uh, different supernatural doohickey that 1.) ...
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"Wish" in the credits of Code Geass and Steins;Gate?

I'm not sure about Steins;Gate, however, from the screenshot above, Wish refers to an animation company. In the screenshot above, the company is credited for Finish Animation (仕上 shiage), and the ...
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Does Rolo's Geass have no Limits?

Forever would have been impossible. The weakness to Rolo's time stopping Geass is that it also stops his heart, so he'd die quickly enough from it being in permanent use, which in turn would stop the ...
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Can I play a PAL copy of Code geass on my US player?

With PC's, if my memory serves me correctly when it comes to DVD Playback they are pre-set with the local DVD region. this can be changed but only 5 times which isn't ideal. I don't play movies on my ...
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Who else was in on Lelouch's Zero Requiem plan?

The only ones who seem to be in on the Zero Requiem plan were Suzaku, C.C. and Jeremiah. That much is indeed correct. The rest of the people eventually learned about his sacrifice later on after he ...
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Where does it state that Empress Tianzi's real name is Jiang Lihua?

Empress Tianzi's real name is never stated in the anime series; it's only stated in the Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion R2 official guidebook. According to pixiv encyclopedia (Japanese), ...
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Why does Charles zi Britannia say "Yes, you're worthy of being called my child now!" at Lelouch's action?

The exploding ship was episode 13, but the Charles scene you're referring to is episode 22 with Euphy. Charles didn't actually say that, it's a mistranslation. Charles said "he did it, he really did ...
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What does the R2 mean in Code Geass?

Lelouch Lamperouge (Rurushu Ramperuji) = R.R. thus R2 - R2 (R.R.) is his code name like V2 (V.V.) & C2 (C.C.) had.
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Is this purported video showing the ending real or fake?

This is fake. Unless someone can point me to the dvd/blu-ray version this can be found on. Definitely not original airing. Further more the art seems a little off to be Lelouch, (chin is a little ...
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