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View Poll Results: Code Geass R2 - Episode 25 Rating
Perfect 10 788 63.75%
9 out of 10 : Excellent 163 13.19%
8 out of 10 : Very Good 94 7.61%
7 out of 10 : Good 67 5.42%
6 out of 10 : Average 17 1.38%
5 out of 10 : Below Average 18 1.46%
4 out of 10 : Poor 7 0.57%
3 out of 10 : Bad 6 0.49%
2 out of 10 : Very Bad 4 0.32%
1 out of 10 : Painful 72 5.83%
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Old 2014-03-04, 22:56   Link #5861
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Must...resist...urge....to...post...truth

Must...resist...urge....to...post...truth...

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Old 2014-03-10, 19:28   Link #5862
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We'll of course he alive! He's currently living in Belgium, married to CC, with 3 kids Huey, Dewey, and Louie. Created the Belgium waffle and is a millionaire.
And GundamFan, new minds=fresh ideas, be tolerant.
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Old 2014-03-11, 02:26   Link #5863
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I know.
Besides, I think the new Akito will undue the "truth" that many fans have been clinging to since 2009.
Just my opinion.
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Old 2014-03-11, 10:58   Link #5864
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That's where our opinions differ, as I tend to think Akito is actually doing the opposite.

It's a relatively viable way to give fans a little more of the character, from another perspective and in a different role, but clearly avoiding the whole issue of addressing anything about that specific truth, since it takes place long before those events ever happened. Otherwise, they could have easily made a sequel to R2 where the story picks up some time after the ending of episode 25. Which isn't what they are doing, so for now nothing has changed.

If you want some old gossip, supposedly the light novel adaptation of Code Geass R2, released back in 2008 or 2009, gives off a slightly different impression of the ending. I haven't really come across the actual text corresponding to that part, but if I ever do, it could be funny to translate it and see what happens.
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Old 2014-03-11, 11:40   Link #5865
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That's where our opinions differ, as I tend to think Akito is actually doing the opposite.

It's a relatively viable way to give fans a little more of the character, from another perspective and in a different role, but clearly avoiding the whole issue of addressing anything about that specific truth, since it takes place long before those events ever happened. Otherwise, they could have easily made a sequel to R2 where the story picks up some time after the ending of episode 25. Which isn't what they are doing, so for now nothing has changed.

If you want some old gossip, supposedly the light novel adaptation of Code Geass R2, released back in 2008 or 2009, gives off a slightly different impression of the ending. I haven't really come across the actual text corresponding to that part, but if I ever do, it could be funny to translate it and see what happens.
I heard about the light novel ending at Adult Swim (back when they were showing R2) message boards.
It would be interesting to see if the rumors were true or not.
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Old 2014-03-19, 04:56   Link #5866
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I think I remember that, but I feel like that was way too much for her to "get". There's so much she didn't understand. Also, if it was indeed unique to her, this "ability" of Nunnally should have activated way back in season one when Lelouch was already going behind her back (and yes, she did touch him). Lelouch lied so much to her back then, and she never found out. The most she would have gotten was an intuition that maybe Lelouch was lying, but even so, she couldn't deduce the entire ZR plan, and it's intentions just at the end. Giving a code to Lelouch explains it better.

That's what I feel anyway.
Especially since Lelouch's Geass appeared in both eyes, making his power high enough for Charles to transfer his Code unto his son before he vanished with his beloved wife Marianne. And the Code is activated upon a sharp object penetrating the heart. The victim dies; and he's then reborn as an immortal with the power to grant a geass contract.
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