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The only ones who should kill are those who are prepared to be killed!
~ Lelouch upon using his Geass for the first time
If the king does not lead, how can he expect his subordinates to follow?
~ Lelouch's philosophy

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Those of you with power, fear us! Those of you without it, rally behind us! We, the Black Knights, shall be the ones who stand in judgement of this world!
~ Zero
The human heart has always been the source of all our power. That is why the people rose up against the High Eunuchs, and the Black Knights fight like titans. We fight with the power of our hearts!
~ Zero

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Yes, from this day, from this moment on, the world belongs to me. Lelouch vi Britannia commands you... obey me, subjects! Obey me, world!
~ Lelouch vi Britannia
Life without change might be called anything except life, it's nothing more than experience. ... Yes, Emperor Charles sought the past, you seek the present, but I seek the future.
~ Lelouch vi Britannia

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The only ones who should kill are those who are prepared to be killed!
~ Lelouch upon using his Geass for the first time

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Those of you with power, fear us! Those of you without it, rally behind us! We, the Black Knights, shall be the ones who stand in judgement of this world!
~ Zero

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The human heart has always been the source of all our power. That is why the people rose up against the High Eunuchs, and the Black Knights fight like titans. We fight with the power of our hearts!
~ Zero

I destroy the world... and create it anew.

Summary

Lelouch Lamperouge is a student at Ashford Academy in Tokyo Settlement, and the Vice President of the student council. He lives with and cares for his younger sister, Nunnally. Truthfully, he is Lelouch vi Britannia, the eleventh prince of the Holy Britannian Empire, who went missing in Japan with his younger sister and was presumed dead.

Lelouch used to idle his life away, gambling and skipping school. However, after a chance meeting with C.C., Lelouch gains the power of Geass; he shakes off his life of idleness, seeking to destroy the empire of his birth as Zero, the legendary hero of the oppressed Japanese—all to solve the mystery of his mother's death and create a peaceful world for Nunnally.

Powers and Statistics

Tier: 10-B, 9-C with pistol | 8-C, possibly High 8-C | At least 8-C, possibly High 8-C. At least High 8-C with Hadron Cannons | At least 8-C, possibly High 8-C. At least High 8-C with Hadron Cannons and Zero Beam | 9-A with suicide bomb, at least 8-C, possibly High 8-C with bombs, much higher with Sakuradite ignitions, Unknown with FLEIJA

Name: Lelouch Lamperouge / Lelouch vi Britannia, Zero

Origin: Code Geass

Age: 17-18 years old

Gender: Male

Classification: Human | Fourth Generation Knightmare Frame | Seventh Generation Knightmare Frame | Seventh Generation Knightmare Frame

Powers and Abilities:

Genius Intelligence, Social Influencing, Hacking (Hacked into the Damocles[1]), Mind Manipulation (Lelouch's Geass allows him to issue absolute commands to anyone he looks in the eyes,[2] ultimately commanding even C's World, humanity's collective unconsciousness,[3] which governs them across all infinite possibilities[4]), Memory Manipulation (People who act under the effects of his Geass usually forget what they did afterwards.[5][6] He can also just manually induce amnesia with a command[7]), Perception Manipulation (Using his Geass he can change how a person perceives things[8]), Matter Erasure with FLEIJA (The FLEIJA erases all matter in its blast radius[9]), Technology Manipulation with Gefjun Disturbers (Has access to many Gefjun Disturbers, which can be used to disable Sakuradite-based technology[10] and other systems[11])

Superhuman Physical Characteristics, Enhanced Senses and Information Analysis with Factsphere Sensors and Druid System (A Knightmare's sensors allow them to determine environmental conditions;[12] other Knightmares can track heat signatures[13] and map out their surroundings, including incoming projectiles and their trajectories.[14] The Druid System used by the Gawain and Shinkirō allows them to analyze and predict the movements of troops and projectiles on a broader scale, and even translate the occult data of the Thought Elevators[15]), Flight with Float System and Air Glide System, Forcefield Creation with the Absolute Defense System, Large Size (Type 0; the Burai is 4.37m tall,[16] the Gawain 6.57m tall,[17] and the Shinkirō back down to 4.67m[18]), Matter Manipulation with FLEIJA Eliminator (Counteracts the ever-changing composition of the FLEIJA with an opposing reaction to stop it from going critical[19]), Stealth System (The Gawain and Shinkirō have a stealth system that makes them invisible to radar and other tracking systems[20]), Transformation for the Shinkirō (Can transform into a fighter jet-esque form), Resistance to Technology Manipulation (The Shinkirō is equipped with measures that defend against Gefjun Disturbers,[11] and the Gawain likely is as well, given that it contains them)

Attack Potency: Human level (Barely physical capable, though he has to take remedial clases for physical education[21]), Street level with pistol | Building level, possibly Large Building level (Tackled Cornelia's Gloucester straight through a wall.[22] Fourth Generation Knightmares can destroy tanks with just one shot[23]) | At least Building level, possibly Large Building level (Easily dismembered Euphy's Gloucester using its Slash Harkens[24]). At least Large Building level with Hadron Cannons (Can melt other Knightmares[25] and easily destroy them en masse. At least comparable to the Lancelot Conquista's Hadron Blaster, which dispersed a cloud[26]) | At least Building level, possibly Large Building level. At least Large Building level with Hadron Cannons and Zero Beam (Similarly to the Shen Hu's Baryon Cannon, which can part clouds,[27] the Zero Beam can completely destroy an airship[28]) | Small Building level with suicide bomb (Would've killed himself, Suzaku, and Kallen had it went off, which would have to cover over 5 metres[29]), at least Building level, possibly Large Building level with bombs (Rigged the Vincent with an explosive that would've destroyed it and likely seriously damaged the Siegfried[30]), much higher with Sakuradite ignitions (Completely destroyed a ship[31] and triggered a pseudo-eruption of Mount Fuji that destroyed much of the mountain by igniting its Sakuradite mines[32]), Unknown with FLEIJA (Completely annihilates all matter[9] within a blast radius of 100 kilometers or so[33]).

Speed: Below Average Human (Easily outrun by pretty much anyone, including people in restrictive clothing, even when sprinting at full speed[34]) with at least Supersonic reactions (Only he has the reaction speed capable of properly making use of the Shinkirō's Absolute Defense System, which has to be calculated from moment to moment to properly block attacks from Knightmares[35]) | At least Subsonic (Moved to intercept a bullet aimed at Rolo's Vincent[14]) | At least Supersonic (While slow in comparison to other Seventh Generation Knightmares, like the Lancelot, as well as the Knight Giga Fortress Siegfried,[36] it can still keep up to some degree) | At least Supersonic

Lifting Strength: Average Human (Can hold Shirley up when she's dangling off a ledge[37]) | Superhuman | At least Class K (Can lift and pull around the nearly 60-ton[38] Siegfried one-handed[39]), likely Class M (Should be comparable to the Percival, which could pull around a Britannian airship[40]) | At least Class K, likely Class M

Striking Strength: Human Class | Building Class, possibly Large Building Class | At least Building Class, possibly Large Building Class | At least Building Class, possibly Large Building Class

Durability: Human level | Building level, possibly Large Building level | At least Building level, possibly Large Building level (Withstood being hit by the Siegfried and smashed through buildings[41]) | At least Building level, possibly Large Building level (Can take hits from other Seventh Generation Knightmares even without shielding[35]). At least Large Building level+, likely higher with the Absolute Defense System (Blocked the Stark Hadron Cannon, which is four Hadron Cannons firing as one, at point-blank range,[42] and could temporarily hold open the Damocles' Blaze Luminous.[43] As the strongest shielding system in the world at the time of its fielding,[44] it's likely superior to the Avalon's Blaze Luminous, which could briefly block the Shen Hu's Baryon Cannon[45]) | Unknown for the Damocles, at least City Block level with its Blaze Luminous (The Guren SEITEN could only get in after its shielding systems were damaged[46]).

Stamina: Below Average (Often tired out just by sprinting short distances[21][34]) | Knightmare Frames have a limited amount of energy but can handle extended fights.

Range: Standard melee range, Tens of meters with pistol, Hundreds of meters with Geass (Specifically around 270 metres[5]) | Extended melee range, Tens of meters with assault rifle | Extended melee range, Tens of meters with Slash Harkens, Kilometers with Hadron Cannons (Can fire across Tokyo Settlement and destroy distant Knightmares and aircraft[47][48]) | Extended melee range, Tens of meters with Slash Harkens, Kilometers with Hadron Cannons and Zero Beam | Several meters with suicide bomb, up to Kilometers with Sakuradite ignitions (Blew up the top of Mount Fuji), Planetary with the Damocles in low orbit (At 300 kilometers into the air, the Damocles can fire at essentially any location on the planet[49]), Hundreds of kilometers with FLEIJA explosions (The FLEIJA that destroyed Pendragon had a blast radius of around 100 kilometers[33])

Standard Equipment:

A pistol.

A Sakuradite suicide bomb that goes off if his heart stops, along with various other bombs.

  • Damocles: A floating fortress armed with all the remaining FLEIJA in the world. After defeating Schneizel, Lelouch gained control of Damocles in the short period he had left as emperor. Three kilometers long, the Damocles can, after ascending into low Earth orbit, fire a FLEIJA at any location on the planet. However, it takes 10 minutes to reload after firing a FLEIJA, and firing one necessitates the Damocles to temporarily lower its Blaze Luminous shielding.
    • FLEIJA: A Sakuradite-powered warhead that triggers a blast powerful enough to erase all matter within about 100 kilometers.
  • Gefjun Disturbers: Created by Rakshata Chawla, the Gefjun Disturber is a device that can disable Sakuradite-based technology and other materials, such as communication systems and various machines. Lelouch has access to a lot, enough for him to establish them all across Tokyo Settlement and take the city off the grid.[50] However, most Seventh Generation Knightmares and onwards are immune to Gefjun Disturbers.[11]

Type-1R Burai: A Fourth Generation Knightmare Frame, really just a remodeled Glasgow mass-produced by Kyoto House and supplied to various Japanese resistance groups. Lelouch pilots a distinct commander model, though this Burai is no different from its brethren regarding its armaments and specifications, making it poorly suited to combat with the more advanced Britannian Knightmares. It wields a Knightmare-sized assault rifle and riot shield.
  • Slash Harkens: A set of two wire-guided projectiles used in some ways, most often for transportation - by hooking them into the environment and pulling the Burai around. However, they're also useful in combat, as their blades can punch into other Knightmares, allowing the Burai to restrain them, pull them into other attacks, or throw them around. The Burai's Slash Harkens are mounted on its chest.

IFX-V3D1 Gawain: A prototype Seventh Generation Knightmare Frame stolen from Britannian forces. A command unit, the Gawain is significantly taller and heavier than other Knightmares and has a two-seater cockpit that Lelouch typically shares with C.C., though he can pilot it alone. Thanks to its integrated Float System, it is capable of sustained flight.
  • Druid System: A highly advanced computing system used to lay out and analyze the movements of troops, making it useful for predicting their future trajectories, as well as those of weapons and projectiles. It can also be used to analyze various forms of data, such as the information contained within the Thought Elevators. It can also likely be used to hack into other systems.
  • Hadron Cannons: The Gawain possesses two shoulder-mounted Hadron Cannons, its distinctive, signature weapons. These fire long-ranged beams of energy can instantly destroy most other Knightmares and melt them down. These beams are focused through the usage of internalized Gefjun Disturbers, which has the added effect of making them invisible to radar and other tracking systems.
  • Slash Harkens: The Gawain possesses a total of ten Slash Harkens, each being mounted on one of its fingers.

Type-0/0A Shinkirō: Created from the wreckage of the Gawain for Zero's use, the Shinkirō is a highly advanced Seventh Generation Transformable Knightmare Frame. Using its Air Glide System, it is just as capable of flight as before and can even transform into a fighter jet capable of traveling underwater and in the air. It retains much of Gawain's old functions on top of new, altered armaments. It only has two knee-mounted Slash Harkens.
  • Absolute Defense System: The Shinkirō's greatest asset, the most advanced shielding system in the world at the time of its fielding. Utilizing the Druid System, the Shinkirō calculates the trajectories of incoming projectiles, which Lelouch must then prepare for by rapidly inputting calculations to determine how the Shinkirō shields itself. When used properly, these shields are tremendously strong, capable of holding up against even the Stark Hadron Cannon. Still, they require constant micromanagement and are much less useful in the hands of someone less capable than Lelouch.
  • Chaff Deployment: The Shinkirō can deploy chaff from a modified grenade launcher to obscure visibility and, most importantly, set up opportunities for Lelouch to utilize his Geass. By reflecting it off the reflective chaff, he can catch opponents from unusual angles.[51]
  • FLEIJA Eliminator: A countermeasure for the seemingly insurmountable FLEIJA warhead. It works by countering the ever-changing composition of the FLEIJA with an opposite reaction, preventing it from going critical and exploding. However, the information necessary to do, which includes the highly specific environmental data, must be entered in only 19 seconds, and the Eliminator must be fired into the FLEIJA within 0.04 seconds.[19] (Optional)
  • Hadron Cannons: The Shinkirō's Hadron Cannons are modified and now wrist-mounted, firing spherical blasts of energy rather than sustained lasers. While just as powerful, they lack the same capacity for sustained, focused damage as the original Hadron Cannons.
  • Zero Beam: Properly known as the Diffusion Structure Phase Transition Cannon, this is the Shinkirō's signature weapon, a high-power laser that can be fired from its place in the chest. Before it fires the laser, it can fire a reflective prism, which the Shinkirō can then target with the Zero Beam, refracting it into many separate rays that can destroy opponents all around it with a single shot. It can be fired without the prism for greater, more focused power.

Intelligence: At least Gifted, possibly Genius, Lelouch's intellect is his greatest asset. He regularly leads his forces to victory against the numerically and usually technologically superior Britannian forces, exploiting their habits of underestimating Japanese forces and often far from airtight tactics with meticulous preparation and ruthless traps, such as triggering the Narita landslide,[52] collapsing Tokyo Settlement,[53] and activating a city-wide network of Gefjun Disturbers to disable the majority of Britannia's forces.[50] He utilizes his Geass constantly as well, setting up plenty of insiders ahead of time that will spring into action when the proper conditions are met. Thanks to this approach and these habits, he was able to throw the OSI into chaos and exploit their mistakes before setting up the means to put them all under his control,[54] controlling Rolo, not through his Geass, but manipulation and a staged 'sacrifice'.[14] He could also accurately predict what Mao[55] and Schneizel[56] would say and prepare recordings portrayed as live feeds to distract them both, and ultimately defeated the former by using his own Geass to wipe his memory of the plan he had devised to deal with him so that Mao couldn't read it.[57] With Mao, he sought to establish conditions hostile to Mao's mind-reading Geass, using crowds and exploiting his own limitations to prevent him from catching on again and again, after confirming the limits and weaknesses of Mao's Geass beforehand. However, his plans are often overcomplicated and hinge a lot on sheer audacity, prior preparations, and the fact that he used his Geass on many people involved. His chess gameplay also leaves something to be desired.

Weaknesses: Lelouch is incredibly arrogant, and his penchant for theatrics and overcomplicated plans can backfire on him. He is physically inept, unable to run fast for long periods and easily exhausted by physical labor (however, by the middle of the second season, he seems to have gained a bit of physical ability as he was able to hold onto Shirley when she fell off the roof of a building). The Geass requires eye contact and can only be used once per target. When the Geass becomes uncontrollable, he must remove his contacts to use them. All Knightmares have limited ammo and energy reserves.

Notable Attacks / Techniques:

- Geass: Lelouch's Geass, which he gained through his contract with C.C., grants him the power of "Absolute Obedience". Anyone he makes direct eye contact with will be compelled to do as he says. It has a maximum range of around 270 metres, works through transparent objects, and can be reflected off surfaces such as glass.[51] Anyone affected by Lelouch's Geass typically loses their memories of events occurring slightly before, during, and slightly after.[5] However, a person can only be commanded once through Geass; afterwards, it won't work on them again, unless Jeremiah's Geass Canceller negates its effects.[58]

This Geass can be used in a number of ways. Lelouch can manually erase memories,[7] insert long-term commands that will trigger under certain conditions, potentially again and again,[59][60] affect someone's senses and alter how they perceive others,[8] force people to kill themselves and others,[2] and circumvent its use limit by simply Geassing others into complete, unquestioning loyalty that will persist indefinitely.[61] He can even use his Geass on himself using a reflective surface - though he's done this once already and cannot do it again.[57] While the influence of Lelouch's Geass cannot be broken, a strong enough will can briefly stave off its effects.[62][63]

With each progressive use, Lelouch's Geass becomes stronger and also harder to control - it eventually becomes permanently active in his left eye, necessitating the use of a color contact to block out its signal when he doesn't want to use it. Later on, it fully develops, becoming permanently active in both eyes - at this point, using his matured Geass, Lelouch was capable of issuing a command to C's World, humanity's Collective Unconsciousness.[3] This implies a vast increase in potential scope, given that Lelouch went from only being able to manipulate normal humans to commanding the abstract Collective Unconsciousness, but its normal restrictions remain.

Key: Lelouch | Burai | Gawain | Shinkirō | with Optional Equipment / Preparation

Others

Notable Victories:

Notable Losses:

Inconclusive Matches:

References

  1. Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion; S2, EP24; 11:55
  2. 2.0 2.1 Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion; S1, EP1; 21:45
  3. 3.0 3.1 Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion; S2, EP21; 15:50
  4. Code Geass: Nightmare of Nunnally, chapter 26, pages 10-11
  5. 5.0 5.1 5.2 Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion; S1, EP5; 15:30
  6. Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion; S1, EP2; 3:45
  7. 7.0 7.1 Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion; S1, EP14; 20:40
  8. 8.0 8.1 Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion; S2, EP17; 16:50
  9. 9.0 9.1 Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion; S2, EP16; 11:20
  10. Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion; S1, EP18; 16:20
  11. 11.0 11.1 11.2 Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion; S1, EP18; 2:20
  12. Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion; S2, EP24; 9:37
  13. Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion; S2, EP12; 16:42
  14. 14.0 14.1 14.2 Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion; S2, EP2; 17:55
  15. Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion; S1, EP19; 16:30
  16. Code Geass: Mechanical Completion, page 58
  17. Code Geass: Mechanical Completion, page 68
  18. Code Geass: Mechanical Completion, page 70
  19. 19.0 19.1 Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion; S2, EP24; 9:30
  20. Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion; S1, EP20; 17:15
  21. 21.0 21.1 Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion; S2, EP1, 1:10
  22. Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion; S1, EP13; 19:45
  23. Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion; S1, EP1; 1:10
  24. Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion; S1, EP23; 3:08
  25. Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion; S1, EP20, 17:05
  26. Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion; S2, EP6; 16:30
  27. Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion; S2, EP10; 18:50
  28. Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion; S2, EP19; 20:00
  29. Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion; S1, EP25; 21:45
  30. Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion; S2, EP14; 17:00
  31. Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion; S1, EP13; 17:35
  32. Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion; S2, EP23; 19:00
  33. 33.0 33.1 Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion; S2, EP22; 20:30
  34. 34.0 34.1 Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion; S2, EP5; 17:30
  35. 35.0 35.1 Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion; S2, EP19; 18:00
  36. Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion; S1, EP25; 16:15
  37. Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion; S2, EP13; 13:40
  38. Code Geass: Mechanical Completion, page 40
  39. Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion; S1, EP25; 17:20
  40. Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion; S2, EP17; 14:36
  41. Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion; S1, EP25; 2:40
  42. Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion; S2, EP18; 9:00
  43. Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion; S2, EP24; 10:45
  44. Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion; S2, EP11; 9:30
  45. Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion; S2, EP24; 5:22
  46. Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion; S2, EP24; 21:10
  47. Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion; S1, EP24; 8:01
  48. Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion; S1, EP24; 18:15
  49. Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion; S2, EP23; 7:00
  50. 50.0 50.1 Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion; S2, EP17; 19:30
  51. 51.0 51.1 Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion; S2, EP15; 3:52
  52. Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion; S1, EP10; 17:30
  53. Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion; S1, EP23; 1:50
  54. Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion; S2, EP3; 19:00
  55. Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion; S1, EP15; 19:30
  56. Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion; S2, EP24; 19:30
  57. 57.0 57.1 Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion; S1, EP16; 19:50
  58. Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion; S2, EP13; 21:10
  59. Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion; S1, EP5; 12:30
  60. Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion; S2, EP18; 19:40
  61. Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion; S2, EP22; 1:20
  62. Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion; S1, EP22; 15:55
  63. Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion; S2, EP25; 7:50

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