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What I'm referring to is how Lelouch refers to Euphie around Suzaku and It's because I cannot honestly write a relationship essay without mentioning the most . Oct 17, Suzaku and Euphie never had a relationship. Hints at one were just kinda thrown in but they wouldn't have been able to make it work, even if. After Euphemia's death, Suzaku developed a firm resolve to kill Zero and, .. Their relationship causes a hindrance to Lelouch's plans since Lelouch intended to.
Obviously, Suzaku's all but killed me. And before any of you say anything, it's not that gay. Why is Nunnally here when she's not at camp? Is it a not-so-subtle beg for an app? It's because I cannot honestly write a relationship essay without mentioning the most important person in Lelouch's life.
I find it amusing that I play two siscons. But the true irony is that while Sara is Setsuna's world, Nunnally is Lelouch's life. Setsuna can survive without Sara; he would hate it and might possibly go a bit nutters.
But I believe he'd find a way for her. He is much more selfish. She is his reason for existence. I find it very hard to believe that if Nunnally dies, Lelouch won't kill himself watch geass prove me wrong. But the fact is that every single moment of Lelouch's life where he's feared dying, it hasn't been for his own sake but for hers. He lives for her. And at the heart of his crazy revenge, there is her.
This is exactly why things fall apart so badly when he loses her in He can't function without her. He will do anything for her. I think this is in part due to their mother's death.
Prior to the massacre, Lelouch and Nunnally were probably still very close. She was his precious little sister and he looked after her because that's what a big brother does.
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But once he realizes how close he actually came to losing her Nunnally is all he has left that he can believe in; he can be a child through her. She represents both control in being something he can protect and a constant in his life. And he loves her terribly.
As seen in the sound file where he is all but crushed that Nunnally will laugh for Suzaku when she won't laugh for him. I won't say that he wants to be Nunnally's one and only, not because he already is but because he wants Nunnally to be happy. On this note, it says a world about his relationship with Suzaku that he is willing to, essentially, give Nunnally to Suzaku.
He knows he's not going to survive his war. And his topmost priority has always been to make sure Nunnally will be all right. Yet because Lelouch is a world of contradictions, this trust has its gaping holes. That said, considering what Nunnally means to him, this specific trust is arguably more meaningful than even the Zero lie. As I've said before, if Nunnally were at camp and with Euphie and Suzaku, Lelouch would probably find it a lot harder to push for his revenge.
He was willing to give it up before for the sake of Nunnally, or he was at least willing to take a more cooperative approach to it, I see no reason why the situation wouldn't be somewhat similar here. First, have a ship manifesto. He's still as protective as always, evidenced by his butting into Suzaku's fight with the Chinese Federation.
But he's still got those difficult to describe feelings about Suzaku being Euphie's knight. I won't quite call them jealousy, although that's possibly mixed in there as well, along with the resentment at Suzaku for not understanding him or rather Zero and frustration at Suzaku for fucking up his plans in general.
As he sees it, Suzaku is supposed to be by Nunnally's side.
So if there is jealousy, it's twofold: Suzaku has Euphie and Euphie has Suzaku. Lelouch is a messed-up boy. The most obvious is that it stands in direct opposition to the somewhat selfish and rebellious Suzaku he knows. And Lelouch can't stand it when things deviate from the plan. He hates not being able to understand.
Even when he does learn the truth and can finally understand why Suzaku does what he does, he doesn't stop wanting a way to reverse it. This leads into reason 2 why Lelouch hates Suzaku's new persona: His friendship with Suzaku means something to Lelouch, as do all his friendships because they are the only things about his "fake" life that matter.
And Suzaku represents a time of innocence and happiness that Lelouch never truly wants to get rid of, despite what he might say over and over again. Lelouch and denial are very very good pals. More than that, he does care about him.
I personally thought that it was a heartbroken effect. So when Euphemia confessed her feelings near the end of the episode, Suzaku thought that he was going to fail and acted selfish again for accepting her kindness. He didn't know that he could suffer all those pains in his past but there was a girl who wanted to love him.
For the first time in 7 years, he wanted to live again. Another scene that I seriously need for the anime but it didn't happen.
This scene happened after Euphy's announcement about the S. Z at the school festival. Euphy fought with Cornelia about the thing she said about removing Zero's crimes and decided to go back to her room. Suzaku was waiting for her. They talked abput the S. After she realized what she just had said, she starting to tell Suzaku some sort of excuses and blushed a lot. Suddenly, there was a wind blew into the room. He understands that the cycle of hatred would have to be broken for a peaceful future, and though it can only be done by Zero, no one would accept Lelouch as Zero because of the Geass, and devises the Zero Requiem with him.
Lelouch describes him of powerful willpower, as he transforms Lelouch's Geass command 'Live' positively into an energy boost. He becomes shocked with Lelouch when Nunnally is still alive and declares them both enemies.
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Afterwards, he shows a vicious dedication to its completion, and takes the responsibility of being 'Lelouch's Sword' to conquer both his enemies and weakness. He fakes his death in his battle with Kallen, reappears under the guise of Zero and stabs Lelouch. Lelouch smiles at him as his death draws near, and thinking of the Geass as a gift that allows one to do something the other can't, touches Zero's mask in an affectionate gesture and offers him the Geass of changing the world.
He tells him that Suzaku Kururugi is no more, and that there exists only Zero, who should strive for peace and justice, to bring about a brighter future. Suzaku accepts the Geass, though crying as he had killed his best friend. With this we can deduce that despite his frequent changes in character when facing grief, guilt and self-loathing throughout the series, he was a dedicated and loyal man who wanted peace. Character Outline Edit Suzaku at the age of Suzaku is the son of Japan's last prime minister, Genbu Kururugi.
His existence was kept a secret from the public until after the war. Suzaku met Lelouch vi Britannia and his sister Nunnally vi Britannia when they moved to the Kururugi residence as a diplomatic peace trade.
At first, Suzaku despised Lelouch because he thought that he was a prince who didn't care about anyone. As time passed by, however, he came to know Lelouch better, and they soon became best friends.
They became separated when Britannia invaded Japan, but were reunited in the Shinjuku Ghetto. Suzaku as a child when Japan was invaded by Britannia. When Britannia began its invasion of Japan, Suzaku was mortified by the violence and his father's belief that resisting to the bitter end was preferable to surrender.
Unable to change his father's mind, Suzaku murdered him during a heated exchange. The incident was covered up and Suzaku's life was spared, while the government was thrown into disarray and surrendered to Britannia. Lelouch believes that, had Genbu lived, Japan would have likely been torn apart by war once the other major powers decided to intervene.
His guilt over the incident causes Suzaku to constantly place himself on the frontlines in the hope of atoning for his actions with his death.