List of Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion episodes

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Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion
The cover of Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion Part 3 released by Bandai Entertainment
Country of origin Japan
No. of episodes 25
Release
Original network Mainichi Broadcasting System
Original release October 6, 2006 – July 29, 2007
Season chronology
List of Code Geass episodes

Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion (Japanese: コードギアス 反逆のルルーシュ, Hepburn: Kōdo Giasu: Hangyaku no Rurūshu) is an anime series produced by Sunrise, Mainichi Broadcasting System, and Project Geass.[1] The series was directed by Gorō Taniguchi who cooperated with Ichirō Ōkouchi on the script. The characters were conceived by Clamp and designed by Takahiro Kimura.[1] The plot follows Lelouch vi Britannia who leads a rebellion group called the Black Knights to oppose the superpower, Britannia.

The production of Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion was revealed by an internet trailer in 2006.[2] It premiered on Mainichi Broadcasting System on October 6, 2006 and was broadcast by a total of ten stations.[3] The final two episodes were aired on July 29, 2007 and received an early screening in Tokyo and Osaka theaters a week earlier.[4][5] Bandai Visual encapsulated the episodes into nine volumes in DVD, Blu-ray, and Universal Media Disc formats.[6][7][8] Each volume contained a picture drama episode as a bonus. The nine volumes were re-released into two DVD volumes, then re-released as a single adaptation called Special Edition Black Rebellion, and then re-released in a box collection;[9] the latter two were released in both DVD and Blu-ray format.[10][11]

During the 2007 Otakon, Bandai Entertainment announced its acquisition of Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion for a North American release.[12] The dubbing was produced by ZRO Limit Productions with Taniguchi advising on what characteristics the character's voice should portray.[13] Bandai Entertainment released the series as individual volumes and parts. Four volumes were released containing the first seventeen episodes and three parts contained the whole series.[14] A box collection was released on March 22, 2011.[15] The English dub aired on Adult Swim between April 27, 2008 and October 26, 2008.[16][17] Bandai Entertainment added the episodes to their YouTube channel beginning on February 1, 2009.[18] The episodes were then made available on Crunchyroll between April 25, 2009 till December 31, 2012.[19] During the 2013 Otakon, Funimation announced its acquisition of the series.[20]

In the United Kingdom, Beez Entertainment and Kazé each released a box collection of the series.[21][22] Madman Entertainment announced its license of the series on July 2008 for Australasia.[23] It began airing the series on ABC2 and ABC iview beginning January 19 till June 29, 2009.[24][25][26] Madman streamed the first two episode on their website in April 2009.[27] The series was then released as a DVD and Blu-ray collection.[28][29]

The episodes use five pieces of theme music: three opening and two ending themes.[30] For the first 12 episodes, the opening theme is "Colors" performed by Flow while the ending theme is "Yūkyō Seishunka" (勇侠青春謳, lit. "Chivalrous Youth Song") performed by Ali Project. For the rest of the season, the opening theme is "Kaidokufunō" (解読不能, lit. "Indecipherable") performed by Jinn and the ending theme is "Mosaic Kakera" (モザイクカケラ, lit. "Mosaic Fragments") performed by SunSet Swish. Episodes 24 and 25 had the opening theme "Hitomi no Tsubasa" (瞳ノ翼, lit. "Eye's Wing") performed by Access.[30]

Episode list

Ep no. Official English title
Original Japanese title
Director Writer Original airdate[4] English airdate Refs.
1 "The Day a New Demon was Born"
"Majin ga Umareta Hi" (魔神が生まれた日) 
Noriaki Akitaya Ichirō Ōkouchi October 6, 2006 April 27, 2008[31] [32][33]
The story follows Lelouch vi Britannia, exiled prince of Britannia, who is living under the identity Lelouch Lamperouge. His former identity was declared dead seven years ago when Britannia conquered Japan, now renamed Area 11. In the present, Lelouch is trapped inside an anti-government rebel truck as it flees from the Britanian military after stealing a container of poison gas. During the pursuit, Lelouch is reunited with his Japanese friend, Suzaku Kururugi, who is part of the military. The container opens and reveals a girl with green hair causing Suzaku's superior to issue an execution order on all witnesses. Suzaku refuses and is shot while Lelouch flees with the girl. Cornered by the military, the girl gives Lelouch a power called Geass before dying. With it, Lelouch commands his attackers to kill themselves. 
2 "The White Knight Awakens"
"Kakusei no Shiroki Kishi" (覚醒の白き騎士) 
Masato Miyoshi Ichirō Ōkouchi October 13, 2006 May 4, 2008[34] [35][36]
Lelouch is questioned by Villetta Nu about the dead soldiers. Using Geass, he orders her to give him her Knightmare Frame, a giant mechanical robot. Lelouch then leads the terrorist group to combat Viceroy Clovis la Britannia's army, forcing them to utilize the experimental Knightmare Frame Lancelot piloted by Suzaku. Lancelot defeats the rebel group while Lelouch holds Clovis at gunpoint and orders him to withdraw his army. 
3 "The False Classmate"
"Itsuwari no Kurasumeito" (偽りのクラスメイト) 
Kazuya Murata Ichirō Ōkouchi October 20, 2006 May 11, 2008[37] [38][39]
Having reason to suspect the death of Marianne vi Britannia, his mother, was planned by one of his relatives, Lelouch questions Clovis about her murder before killing him. He returns to Ashford Academy and realizes his classmate, Kallen Stadtfeld, is part of the resistance group. Using Geass, he learns about her motivations for joining the terrorist group and discovers Geass only works once per person. Kallen suspects Lelouch's involvement in the previous battle, but is fooled when Lelouch prepares a pre-recorded phone call. Soon after, the news announces Suzaku is convicted for Clovis' murder and is to be trialed. 
4 "His Name is Zero"
"Sono Na wa Zero" (その名はゼロ) 
Kazuo Miyake Ichirō Ōkouchi October 27, 2006 May 18, 2008[40] [41][42]
Jeremiah Gottwald and the purebloods within the Britannian Army wish to scapegoat Suzaku for Clovis' death as an excuse to rid the army of Honorary Britannians, citizens who become Britannians after their country had been conquered. Lelouch dons the pseudonym Zero and with the help of Kallen and Kaname Ohgi, uses Geass on Jeremiah allowing them to escape with Suzaku. As Zero, Lelouch asks Suzaku to join him to rebel against Britannia; Suzaku refuses, believing Britannia should be changed with legal means and departs for his trial. 
5 "The Princess and the Witch"
"Kōjo to Majo" (皇女と魔女) 
Satoshi Toba Ichirō Ōkouchi November 3, 2006 May 25, 2008[43] [44][45]
Lelouch is reunited with the green haired girl who introduces herself as C.C. and is now living in his residence. Meanwhile, since Zero revealed he was Clovis' murderer, Suzaku has been acquitted of all charges and meets Princess Euphemia li Britannia. Euphemia has Suzaku guide her around Japan including the war-torn city of Shinjuku; there, the two intervene with the pureblood faction's murder attempt on Jeremiah for his betrayal. Later, Cornelia li Britannia arrives to the country, intent on capturing Zero. 
6 "The Stolen Mask"
"Ubawareta Kamen" (奪われた仮面) 
Hiroaki Kudō Ichirō Ōkouchi November 10, 2006 June 1, 2008[46] [47][48]
Suzaku transfers into Lelouch's class and faces the prejudice of the Britannian students. Arthur, a stray cat, enters Lelouch's room and steals his Zero mask. Milly Ashford, believing Arthur has something that embarrasses Lelouch, has the whole school pursue the cat with a bounty. When Suzaku catches up to the cat on the roof, Lelouch pretends to slip forcing Suzaku to save him. Lelouch secretly retrieves the mask and Suzaku's heroic save allows some of the students to accept him. The students attend an assembly where Charles zi Britannia, the emperor and Lelouch's father, delivers a speech during Prince Clovis' funeral. 
7 "Attack Cornelia"
"Kōneria o Ute" (コーネリアを撃て) 
Noriaki Akitaya Ichirō Ōkouchi November 17, 2006 June 8, 2008[49] [50][51]
Lelouch reminisces about his last meeting with his father; shortly after his mother's death, Lelouch questions Charles about it and is exiled to Japan along with his sister Nunnally vi Britannia. Cornelia issues a challenge to Zero at Saitama Ghetto. Lelouch accepts and infiltrates a soldier's Knightmare while giving orders to the Saitama rebels; the rebels disobey Lelouch's orders and are defeated. Cornelia, having anticipated that Zero would disguise himself as one of her soldiers, prepares an inspection. Lelouch is saved when C.C., disguised as Zero, distracts the Britannian Army, allowing him to escape. Lelouch blames his defeat on the undisciplined rebels and resolves to build his own army. 
8 "The Black Knights"
"Kuro no Kishidan" (黒の騎士団) 
Makoto Baba Ichirō Ōkouchi November 24, 2006 June 15, 2008[43] [52][53]
The Japan Liberation Force, a Japanese resistance group, takes a hotel and its occupants hostage, including Lelouch's friends and a disguised Euphemia. As such, Cornelia cannot make a move against the hostage takers, which Lelouch realizes and takes advantage of. He mounts a rescue operation with Ohgi's resistance cell, and as he speaks with the hostage takers, Suzaku sinks the floating hotel using the Lancelot. However, Lelouch derails any rescue efforts by the army so he can take credit for the rescue. Broadcasting publicly to the nation, he announces the creation of the Black Knights, allies of justice who will protect the weak from those with power. 
8.5 "The Track of the Mask"[Translation]
"Kamen no Kizeki" (仮面の軌跡) 
None None December 1, 2006 None [54]
Lelouch monologues the past eight episodes. 
9 "Refrain"
"Rifurein" (リフレイン) 
Kazuya Murata Ichirō Ōkouchi December 8, 2006 June 22, 2008[55] [56][57]
The Black Knights have been destroying drug cartels which have been manufacturing refrain, a drug that lets a person relive their happiest memories with severe side effects; the drug is popular with the depressed Japanese which is why the Black Knights are targeting it. Kallen's background is explored, revealing her Japanese mother is working as a maid for her Britannian father and Kallen's disdain for the abuse her mother receives. During the Black Knight's drug raid, Kallen's mother is revealed to be a refrain user and is arrested. While Kallen's mother recovers from the drugs, Kallen promises she will change the world for her. 
10 "Guren Dances"
"Guren Mau" (紅蓮舞う) 
Kazuo Miyake Ichirō Ōkouchi December 15, 2006 June 29, 2008[58] [59][60]
Cornelia and the Britannian Army heads to Narita, hoping to destroy the remnants of the Japan Liberation Front. Lelouch has his Knights follow her in the hope of capturing her alive so he can question her about his mother's death. As the Britannian forces close in on the Front's headquarters, Kallen utilizes her new Knightmare Frame, the Guren Mk-II, to cause a massive landslide that takes out much of the Britannian forces. 
11 "Battle for Narita"
"Narita Kōbōsen" (ナリタ攻防戦) 
Satoshi Toba Ichirō Ōkouchi December 22, 2006 July 6, 2008[43] [61][62]
The Black Knights' assault on the Britannian Army in Narita proves successful and Cornelia is cornered by Kallen and Lelouch. At Euphemia's request, Suzaku rushes onto the battlefield in the Lancelot to rescue Cornelia. He saves her and manages to corner Lelouch. C.C. comes to his rescue by using her powers to mentally traumatize Suzaku. The Black Knights retreat from the conflict, leaving the Japan Liberation Front and the Britannian Army to fight among themselves. 
12 "The Messenger from Kyoto"
"Kyōto kara no Shisha" (キョウトからの使者) 
Hiroaki Kudō Hiroyuki Yoshino January 5, 2007 July 13, 2008[63] [64][65]
Zero and core members of the Black Knights meet with Taizō Kirihara, one of the most powerful people in the Japanese underground and an acquaintance of Lelouch from his younger days at the Kururugi Shrine. Lelouch deftly displays his tactical prowess and wit before Taizō, revealing his true identity to the man to gain his trust and support. When Lelouch returns to Tokyo, Shirley Fenette informs him of her father's death, indirectly caused by Zero during the Battle of Narita. 
13 "Shirley at Gunpoint"
"Shārī to Jūkō" (シャーリーと銃口) 
Noriaki Akitaya Hiroyuki Yoshino January 12, 2007 July 20, 2008[66] [67][68]
Kallen and Lelouch separately reflect upon the deaths of innocents in the Narita campaign, with both vowing to press on. Villetta questions Shirley on Lelouch's involvement with the Black Knights coaxing her to secretly follow Lelouch. There, she witnesses the battle between the Japan Liberation Front and the Britannian Army. Lelouch detonates the Japan Liberation Front freighter as the Britannian Knightmares begin to board it, killing all personnel on board and giving the Black Knights the element of surprise. Suzaku attacks Lelouch forcing him to eject and crash-lands near Shirley. She prepares to kill him to avenge her father, but hesitates when his mask falls off, revealing his identity to her. 
14 "Geass vs. Geass"
"Giasu tai Giasu" (ギアス対ギアス) 
Makoto Baba Ichirō Ōkouchi January 19, 2007 July 27, 2008[43] [69][70]
Lelouch believes Shirley may have discovered his identity as Zero, so he and C.C. pursue her to Narita. Ohgi explores the battlefield of the previous night, discovering a wounded Villetta left for dead out of sight. Lelouch encounters Mao, a young man who uses his Geass mind-reading abilities to play on Shirley's insecurities, manipulating her into shooting Lelouch. Shirly falters at the last moment and C.C. sends Mao away temporarily. With Shirley torn apart by grief and guilt, Lelouch uses his Geass to erase her memories of him. 
15 "Cheering Mao"
"Kassai no Mao" (喝采のマオ) 
Tōru Yamada Ichirō Ōkouchi January 26, 2007 August 3, 2008[71] [72][73]
C.C. explains her history with Mao and how his inability to turn his Geass off drove him insane. An injured Villetta wakes up in Ohgi's apartment and he discovers she has selective amnesia. C.C. leaves Lelouch to take care of Mao herself, but Mao gains the upper hand when he incapacitates her. Lelouch utilizes his intellect to fool Mao and rescue C.C. using the Britannian Police to surround and shoot Mao. Safe on a rooftop away from the scene, Lelouch reaffirms his contract with her, promising not to fall victim to his power as Mao did. 
16 "Nunnally Held Hostage"
"Toraware no Nanarī" (囚われのナナリー) 
Kazuo Miyake Ichirō Ōkouchi February 2, 2007 August 10, 2008[74] [75][76]
C.C. departs as a messenger to the Chinese Federation and Milly has a marriage interview with Lloyd Asplund, creator of the Lancelot. Mao returns to kidnap Nunnally and holds her hostage in the Ashford Academy sewers. Lelouch and Suzaku work together to rescue her, with Suzaku's physical adeptness and the clever use of Lelouch's Geass proving to be beyond Mao's planning. Before he can be arrested, Mao reveals that Suzaku killed his own father; in return, Lelouch silences Mao with his Geass and C.C. returns and kills Mao. 
17 "Knight"
"Kishi" (騎士) 
Kazuya Murata Yūichi Nomura February 9, 2007 August 24, 2008[77] [78][79]
An inauguration ceremony of Clovis' memorial art museum is held, with Euphemia judging the art works. Lelouch agrees to help Kyoshiro Tohdoh's comrades rescue their leader. During the rescue mission, Lelouch convinces Tohdoh to join the Black Knights. The Lancelot appears and attempts to stop them, but Lelouch is able to predict its movements and plan a counterattack. Lancelot's cockpit is damaged revealing Suzaku within. Lelouch is shocked and orders an immediate retreat as reinforcements arrive. At the museum, Suzaku is scorned by the Britanians due to his nationality; in return, Euphemia announces to have Suzaku instated as her knight. 
17.5 "The Truth of the Mask"[Translation]
"Kamen no Shinjitsu" (仮面の真実) 
None None February 16, 2007 None [80]
Lelouch recaps his friendship with Suzaku and reaffirms his current goals. 
18 "I Order you, Suzaku Kururugi"
"Kururugi Suzaku ni Meijiru" (枢木スザクに命じる) 
Satoshi Toba Ichirō Ōkouchi February 23, 2007 August 31, 2008[81] [82][83]
As Euphemia knights Suzaku, Lelouch establishes the hierarchy of the Black Knights. Diethard Reid suggests assassinating Suzaku, but Lelouch has other plans for him. He launches an operation to capture Suzaku and the Lancelot at a Britannia military base on Shikinejima. It almost succeeds, but Schneizel el Britannia appears and orders his floating battleship, the Avalon, to bombard the island, intending to sacrifice Suzaku in order to kill Zero. 
19 "Island of the Gods"
"Kami no Shima" (神の島) 
Shin'ichi Masaki Hiroyuki Yoshino March 2, 2007 September 7, 2008[84] [85][86]
The aftermath of the Avalon's arrival inexplicably leaves Lelouch, Euphemia, Kallen, and Suzaku on the mysterious Kamine Island. Suzaku encounters Kallen, and learns she is a Black Knight and the pilot of the Guren, while Euphemia is found by Zero, confirming her suspicions that he is Lelouch. Meanwhile, Schneizel, Lloyd, and Cécile Croomy survey the island's ancient ruins. When Lelouch, Kallen, Suzaku, and Euphemia suddenly fall into the ruins, Lelouch and Kallen steals the Knightmare Frame Gawain to escape. As Suzaku is detained for insubordination, it is revealed that Lelouch used Geass on Suzaku, giving him the command to live, through which he prioritized his own survival over Zero's capture. Elsewhere, the exiled Japanese government from seven years ago launches a full-scale assault on Kyūshū with the help of the Chinese Federation. 
20 "Battle at Kyushu"
"Kyūshū Sen'eki" (キュウシュウ戦役) 
Hiroaki Kudō Yūichi Nomura March 9, 2007 September 14, 2008[87] [88][89]
The Britannian Army fights back against the Kyūshū invaders with the Lancelot. Meanwhile, Nina meets Princess Euphemia and inadvertently gives Euphemia peace of mind about her feelings for Suzaku. As Suzaku becomes cornered when his Lancelot's power runs out, Zero and C.C. fly into the battlefield in the Gawain to recharge the Lancelot; the two Knightmares end the Kyūshū campaign together. 
21 "The School Festival Declaration"
"Gakuen-sai Sengen!" (学園祭宣言!) 
Noriaki Akitaya Ichirō Ōkouchi March 16, 2007 September 21, 2008[90] [91][92]
The Ashford Academy holds their annual school festival. Ohgi, Villetta, Euphemia, and Kallen all make their separate ways to the event and a series of close encounters risks the revealing of their hidden identities. When Euphemia's presence is revealed, mass panic ensues. On live television, she announces her plan to turn the area around Mount Fuji to become a Specially Administrated Zone of Japan (SAZOJ), where Elevens can be referred to as Japanese again. She believes this will bring back the happy days with Lelouch and Nunnally, but Lelouch thinks otherwise, knowing she is being naive. 
22 "Bloodstained Euphy"
"Chizome no Yufi" (血染めのユフィ) 
Makoto Baba Ichirō Ōkouchi March 23, 2007 October 5, 2008[93] [94][95]
During the commemoration ceremony for the SAZOJ, Lelouch and Euphemia privately discuss Japan's future. She convinces him and Lelouch summarily halts his rebellion until he suddenly loses control of his Geass while jokingly telling her to kill all the Japanese. The Geass-influenced Euphemia orders a massacre of the people attending the ceremony. Blaming himself, a resolute Lelouch decides to salvage the situation by declaring Euphemia's SAZOJ a trap to lure out the Black Knights and commands his troops to defeat the Britannian forces, protect the Japanese, and to kill Euphemia. 
23 "At Least with Sorrow"
"Semete Kanashimi to Tomo ni" (せめて哀しみとともに) 
Shin'ichi Masaki Ichirō Ōkouchi
&
Yūichi Nomura
March 30, 2007 October 12, 2008[96] [97][98]
After locating Euphemia, Lelouch shoots and mortally wounds her. Suzaku witnesses the shooting and brings Euphemia to the Avalon for emergency treatment. Euphemia fights off the Geass and has a last talk with Suzaku before dying; while Suzaku mourns over her death, V.V. introduces himself and explains why Euphemia caused the massacre. Meanwhile, Zero announces his plan to overthrow Britannia and to create a new country called the United States of Japan. Soon, the entirety of Area 11 revolts against the Britannian Empire and the Black Knights advance towards the Tokyo Settlement. 
24 "The Collapsing Stage"
"Hōraku no Sutēji" (崩落のステージ) 
Kazuo Miyake Ichirō Ōkouchi July 29, 2007 October 19, 2008[99] [100][101]
The Black Knights are able to push the Britannian Army back and use Ashford Academy as their headquarters. Lelouch and C.C. battle against Suzaku and are able to lure him into a trap which drains his Lancelot's power. Villetta regains her memories and shoots Ohgi. Lelouch confronts Cornelia and has the Geass influenced Andreas Darlton incapacitate Cornelia's Knightmare. Meanwhile, Nunnally is visited by V.V. who intends to take her away. 
25 "Zero"
"Zero" (ゼロ) 
Satoshi Toba Ichirō Ōkouchi July 29, 2007 October 26, 2008[17] [100][102]
Lelouch uses Geass on Cornelia and discovers she does not know who killed his mother. C.C. senses that Nunnally has been taken to Kamine Island and Lelouch abandons the Black Knights to rescue her. There, C.C. stays behind to stall Jeremiah while Lelouch is confronted by Suzaku. While Kallen watches on, Suzaku shoots Lelouch's mask revealing his identity to the two of them. Lelouch pleads with Suzaku to help him save Nunnally but is rebuffed; off-screen, the two fire their guns at each other. 


Media release

Japanese release

Bandai Visual released the episodes in nine volumes in DVD, Blu-ray, and Universal Media Disc media format.[6][7][8] The nine volumes were compressed into two volumes and released as DVD Magazines.[9] The Black Rebellion is a special edition which concentrates the series into one disc.[10][103] Eventually, the nine volumes were released as a box collection in DVD and Blu-ray format.[11][104]

Bandai Visual (Japan, Region 2)
Volume Episodes DVD release date Blu-ray release date UMD release date
Volume 1 1 January 26, 2007[105] August 22, 2008[106] February 23, 2010[107]
Volume 2 2–4 February 23, 2007[108] September 26, 2008[109] February 23, 2010[110]
Volume 3 5–7 March 23, 2007[111] October 24, 2008[112] February 23, 2010[113]
Volume 4 8–10 April 25, 2007[114] November 21, 2008[115] February 23, 2010[116]
Volume 5 11–13 May 25, 2007[117] December 19, 2008[118] February 23, 2010[119]
Volume 6 14–16 April 22, 2007[120] January 23, 2009[121] February 23, 2010[122]
Volume 7 17–19 July 27, 2007[123] February 20, 2009[124] February 23, 2010[125]
Volume 8 20–22 August 24, 2007[126] March 27, 2009[127] February 23, 2010[128]
Volume 9 23-25 September 25, 2007[6] April 24, 2009[7] February 23, 2010[8]
DVD Magazine 1–13 December 21, 2007[129] None None
DVD Magazine 2 14–25 January 25, 2008[9] None None
Black Rebellion Condensation of 1-25 February 22, 2008[10] July 24, 2009[103] None
Box collection 1–25 January 27, 2012[11] September 25, 2013[104] None

English release

In North America, Bandai Entertainment released the four volumes containing the first seventeen episodes.[14] Bandai then released the series into three volumes labeled as parts.[14] A box collection of the series was released on March 22, 2011.[15]

Bandai Entertainment (North America, Region 1 DVD)
Volume Episodes Release date Ref.
Volume 1 1–5 August 5, 2008 [14]
Volume 2 6–10 August 5, 2008
Volume 3 11–13 December 2, 2008
Volume 4 14–17 December 2, 2008
Part 1 1–9 August 5, 2008
Part 2 10–17 December 2, 2008
Part 3 18-25 February 24, 2009
Box collection 1–25 March 22, 2011 [15]

In the United Kingdom, Beez Entertainment and Kazé released the series as a box collection. Beez's DVD box collection was released on March 21, 2011.[21] Kazé announced its acquisition of the series during the London MCM Expo in October 2012.[130] Kazé released a DVD and Blu-ray box collection on January 21, 2013 and had Manga Entertainment distribute the series.[22] In Australasia, Madman Entertainment released a DVD collection on November 18, 2009 and a Blu-ray collection on April 17, 2013.[28][29]

Picture drama

The picture drama (ピクチャードラマ, Pikuchā Dorama) episodes are still images and character voices used to tell a story. In Japan, a picture drama was added to every individual volume.[105] In 2013, a Blu-ray box collection was released and contained a new picture drama episode.[131] In North America, three picture dramas were added to every part.[132]

Picture drama episode list

Title Japan North America
"Stage 0.25"   Volume 1 Part 1
Lelouch and Nunnally arrive in Japan, where they are given a run-down storage room by the Kururugi family to live in. Lelouch exaggerates to Nunnally about the positive qualities of their new home. Suzaku overhears and believes Lelouch is sarcastically insulting his family. When he realizes Lelouch was lying to Nunnally to comfort her, he apologizes and leaves in embarrassment. 
"Stage 0.97"   Blu-ray box collection None
Lelouch monologues on his dissatisfaction with Britannia's rule and the need to hide his and Nunnally's connection to the Britannian throne. 
"Stage 3.25"   Volume 2 Part 1
After Clovis's funeral, Milly, Kallen, Nina and Shirley take a bath together and gossip about Lelouch, Milly and Nina's past. 
"Stage 4.33"   Volume 3 Part 2
Jeremiah and Villetta discuss their plan on using Suzaku to push for the purist reform. Jeremiah reveals his biggest regrets in life were his failure to prevent Marianne's death, and later the supposed deaths of Lelouch and Nunnally. The two then prepare to escort Suzaku for his trial. 
"Stage 6.75"   Volume 4 Part 1
Suzaku shares his past with Rivalz Cardemonde, revealing he worked at an automobile shop before joining the military and that he lives alone. Later, Suzaku returns to the military base where Cecile persuades him to treat their work environment as a home. 
"Stage 8.75"   Volume 5 Part 2
Lelouch and friends are at a beach resort where Cornelia is delivering a speech. During her speech, Lelouch monologues on training Nunnally to become emperor. 
"Stage 9.33"   Volume 6 Part 3
Milly arranges a cross-dressing festival for the school and Lelouch and friends participate. The girls fight over Lelouch and conclude with Milly demanding him to choose a girlfriend. 
"Stage 9.75"   Volume 7 Part 2
Nunnally asks Lelouch of his relationship with C.C. and puts him through a deep thought in an attempt to dissuade her suspicion. Sayoko interrupts their conversation in order to teach Nunnally how to perform Japanese curses. 
"Stage 22.25"   Volume 8 Part 3
Nunnally is watching Japan's Special Administrative Zone induction on television and reminisces about the sleepover she had with Euphemia. Meanwhile, Euphemia returns after her meeting with Zero and the media cuts all broadcasts. 
"Stage 23.95"   Volume 9 Part 3
Suzaku's recalls a childhood memory about Lelouch's promise to destroy Britannia. Suzaku monologues his regret on failing to dissuade Lelouch from revenge and departs to confront him. 

Notes and references

Notes

a b The episode was never translated into English. Its current title is a literal translation by IGN.[43]

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External links

  • "Code Geass Lelouch of the Rebellion official website" (in Japanese). Geass.jp. 
  • Code Geass Lelouch of the Rebellion (anime) at Anime News Network's encyclopedia
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