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Euphemia helps Suzaku enroll at Ashford Academy shortly after, future for Suzaku and Euphemia, their relationship seen as "perfect" by. When Lelouch said these words before he shot Euphemia: In his history with Euphemia she basically did nothing wrong to deserve his hate she was the only one whose kindness mirrored Nunnally’s. What girl in Code Geass does Lelouch loved the most?. What was his relationship with the emperor? "I'm not Suzaku, I'm Euphy, Lelouch don't you remember me? . Jeremiah did want to help the boy but his prince would be angry at him, his loyalty was to the vi Britannia first.

Kanon tells Suzaku that they had been keeping an eye on him because Schneizel ordered them to do so: A few moments later after Lelouch was taken into custody, he escapes. Suzaku is brought in to be questioned by Schneizel about information that only he knew. Once again, his loyalties were questioned as was his conflicting identity. Kanon admonishes Suzaku later saying that if only Suzaku had told Schneizel about Lelouch earlier that the war did not have to happen.

Unable to punish Suzaku, he leaves, saying that Suzaku should find a way to punish himself. Suzaku is once again at a loss, wondering if he truly did have to bear F.

Suzaku attempts to reconnect with Lelouch over the skies of Tokyo before the start of battle, warning him that he was carrying a very destructive warhead and that it was best that the forces draw back before he was forced to use it. But Lelouch had cast away their friendship and any lingering trust he had in Suzaku's words and the battle commences.

Suzaku is forced to battle the escaped Kallen in her improved Guren. Though Lloyd advises him to flee, Suzaku insists on dealing with Zero and remains in battle. Because of the heavy upgrades to the Guren by Lloyd and Cecile, the Guren had become far more powerful than the Lancelot. Kallen easily outmatches Suzaku, damaging the Lancelot severely and soon goes to deliver the killing blow. Driven to the edge, Suzaku realizes he cannot win and comes to terms with his death as an atonement.

However, Suzaku's "live" geass activates as a result of his acceptance of imminent death and forces him to use the F.

Kallen dodges and the bomb wipes out a large area of Tokyo, killing approx. Suzaku comes back to himself and asks if he had caused such destruction. He descends into the crater he had created and stands by a growing pool of water, staring blankly at it even when Jeremiah joins him and quickly thanks the non-responsive Suzaku for rescuing him all that time ago now that he finally was able to thank him.

When Jeremiah leaves saying that he had to look for Nunnally, Suzaku quietly whispers that Nunnally was no longer there, heartbroken by his failure to protect her. He stands there until nightfall when he finally laughs madly at the destruction he had caused; perhaps a reference back to a time when Lelouch referered to such a laugh being called a loser's laugh…a laugh you made instead of crying 4.

He had become the very thing he had been fighting against despite all his efforts. Suzaku approaches Lloyd and Cecile and orders them to give him the Lancelot Albion: But Lloyd refuses even when Suzaku threatens him.

When Schneizel shows up with Kanon and Cornelia and tries to put responsibility of the bombing on Guilford to protect his reputation, Suzaku claims responsibility for the firing ande continues on to say that he needed this accomplishment to become the Knight of One.

He decides then that he had been soft and naive up to that point by believing that the means of doing things were more important than the ends. The reality was that he had cared about ideals and not practical action and that he had been a fool. He demanded that Schneizel give him the position of the Knight of One, cleverly suggesting that he assassinate Charles and leave the title to Schneizel as only the Emperor had the authority to make Suzaku the Knight of One.

Schneizel agrees and Suzaku confronts Charles with a broadsword on Kaminejima island saying that he was guilty of two crimes: He goes on to say that Charles should have known everything and thus could have saved Euphy but had chosen to abandon her.

He lunges at Charles, charging with the cry that his sword held both Nunnally and Lelouch's despair. Suzaku's attempt to kill the Emperor is blocked by the Knight of One. Suzaku's geass is activated and urges Suzaku to run away though Suzaku continues to fight against it.

When Lelouch attacks the island however, Suzaku considers the task his burden to bear and heads off to find Lelouch, only to have the ground knocked out from under him by a stray blast and to be knocked out himself. He wakes up to find Anya about to draw on his face and discovers that Anya was being possessed by Marianne.

Suzaku follows the two of them to the entrance to the Sword of Akasha and Marianne enters. As Suzaku catches Anya, C. She continues on to say that she had used Lelouch, only prioritizing keeping him alive to insure that she would die and that she did not regret it since she threw all aspects of her human self away.

Suzaku then remarks that he was not like C. As Charles started Ragnarok, Suzaku asks Lelouch why he was trying to conquer the world. When Lelouch starts to answer "for Nunnally's sake", Suzaku asks him if he was going to use Nunnally as his excuse. This prompts Lelouch to act then, saying that he had been doing it to protect those he loved and that one could not gain anything without action.

Thus they rejected Charles' thinking and his plans for a new world where all would be closed and united. As Charles and Marianne try to convince them otherwise, Marianne tempts Suzaku with the opportunity to see Euphema again as they would have a chance to rejoin with the dead once the Ragnarok Connection took place.

When Lelouch say that Charles and Marianne were only interested in a world kind to them only and not the world where people were kind to each other, however, Suzaku saw that perhaps his interpretation was right. He realized that though both Euphy and Shirley knew that Lelouch was Zero, they never said it. Thus he would support Lelouch. Marianne tries to tempt Suzaku once more but he pushes her back saying that she was forcing it upon him.

He thinks about taking revenge for Euphemia after Lelouch banishes his parents into nothingness but Lelouch convinces him not to. One month later, he assists Lelouch in taking the throne, becoming the Knight of Zero: Suzaku realizes Lelouch's intentions in causing massive bloodshed that would make Euphy's massacre forgotten though his thoughts about them are unknown. When four of the remaining Knights of the Round rise up and attempt to remove Lelouch from power, Suzaku defeats them single-handedly with the Lancelot Albion, killing all but Gino.

He even manages to take down Bismark who has the geass ability to read the future by taking advantage of his live geass which activates to some degree to sharpen his reflexes and to make him faster. He later assists Lelouch in taking the UFN leaders hostage during a conference set up to put a vote as to accept Britannia into the UFN in order to get them to vote in Britannia's favor though accepting Britannia would mean Britannia would have the majority vote on account of having the greatest population.

The event is disrupted when the news of the Imperial City Pendragon being destroyed by a F. A bomb reaches Suzaku. Both boys are shocked to find out that Nunnally was alive and that she declared both Lelouch and Suzaku as her enemies. Suzaku asks Nunnally if she was aware what Schneizel had done and she answers that she knows that Schneizel had just wiped out the capital with the bomb and killed everyone and then asked if using geass was more correct.

When Lelouch falters and begins to have doubt about his plan due to Nunnally, Suzaku harshly reminds him about the meaning of the "Zero Requiem", saying that the promise still held even if Nunnally was alive. He then tells C. He then asks C. He attacks the Black Knights during the battle for Damocles a floating fortress carrying many F. Akeeping them from reaching the flagship Avalon, but ultimately fails when there are too many people.

His opponents such as Xing Ke and Toudou question just what Suzaku was doing and he deftly answers that he was fighting for a future.

Together with Lelouch, Suzaku renders the bombs useless thanks to split-second calculations and actions. He joins Lelouch in boarding the Damocles, holding Gino off while Lelouch goes ahead. Suzaku comes out victorious defeating Gino, but Gino's last attack opens the shields and allows Kallen to take over. Kallen approaches him in her Guren, saying that though they always fought, she had thought that Suzaku had cared about Japan in his own way.

Suzaku hesitates, saying that there was something he and Lelouch had to do. Kallen interprets it as the two of them being hungry for power and fights with him. Their battle comes to a stalemate and the Lancelot Albion explodes, presumably taking Suzaku, "the Knight of Betrayal" with it. In reality, Suzaku had somehow escaped and lived on in secret.

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Three months later, he took on the mask of Zero and disrupted Lelouch's parade down the streets of the newly rebuilt area of Tokyo all as previously planned. He easily gets past all the security and plunges Lelouch's own sword into Lelouch's chest. With the Zero Requiem complete, Suzaku weeps silently as he watches Lelouch fall against him. Lelouch touches his mask, hand stained with his own blood, and tells Suzaku that the act was not just his.

He could no longer live as Suzaku Kururugi and that he was forced to exist as Zero and sacrifice his happiness for the sake of the world: Suzaku accepts his responsibility, calling it a "geass" he accepted, and draws the blade from Lelouch, standing tall as the silent savior of the people as Lelouch drew his last breath. In the following months, he stood by Nunnally's side as her protector in the guise of Zero, aided by Schneizel who had been Geassed to obey "Zero".

It is assumed that he carries out this role to the end of his days, never revealing his true identity or living for himself. Nautilus History Suzaku had Awakened once but had either went back to Sleep or killed when Isis first invaded.

He Awakened once more much to Lelouch's relief though he remembers nothing about his previous time in Nautilus including seeing Euphemia again and having a false relationship with Lelouch during an event.


He arrives in this place as Zero and spends the first few weeks in disguise before Lelouch convinces him to live as Suzaku. He also offers Suzaku a choice of being put under the "live" geass again and Suzaku refuses. He is anti-social to a fault and spent a lot of time doing physical training. Lelouch tries to teach him Bending after Suzaku comes to terms about the place but Suzaku is fairly lazy about practice.

He strikes a deal with Lelouch saying that he would practice Bending if the other would exercise on the treadmill. So far, there's been a little bit of progress on both ends. He lives with Lelouch and for a while with Eve when they took her in the wake of the AU event, which involved Eve having to kill her own mother.

He adores the little girl and looks forward to seeing her from time to time. He's kissed Lelouch once due to some magical mistletoe, causing a few people to believe that they were gay.

He denies a relationship though it doesn't deter the likes of Starscream. In preparation for storming Isis' city, Suzaku spars with Caerula whom he meets through Lelouch. At a loss, Suzaku asks Lelouch to place the "live" geass on him again so that he would be most use in battle due to the command enhancing his speed and reflexes.

Before the storming of the City of Glass, Suzaku gives Eve the pin signifying his knightly position to protect her even while he was gone. This pin was given to Suzaku by Euphie and is extremely important to him as it brought him luck.

During the attack, Suzaku was overcome from the dust of Slake Moths which caused him to hallucinate and crash the Lancelot Albion. During his bout of madness, a Face Dancer approached him in the guise of Euphie. Completely out of his element and at the very end of his rope, he helplessly falls into its trap and nearly has his memories stolen from him by another creature. Lelouch disposes of them but Suzaku faces trauma from seeing "Euphie" killed before his eyes yet again.

He is quick to realize that it wasn't truly Euphie but the reawakened sense of hope and anguish leaves him melancholy for a long time even after the Wakened victory. He forgives Lelouch for his actions but is unsure about a lot of things. A little later, Lelouch welcomes Buttercup into the household since she is a young girl on her own. Suzaku quickly bonds with her, finding her to be a great person to spar and work out with.

Things between Lelouch and Suzaku heal and things are going back to normal when they end up accidently kissing yet again. Things get more awkward when Lelouch reveals that he and Suzaku had a relationship during an event in Suzaku's previous stay.

Suzaku begins to wonder if Lelouch has feelings for him but decides to ignore it. A reality storm that spreads a drug-like euphoria throughout Nautilus affects both Lelouch and Suzaku.

Suzaku spends the majority of the event either playing naked on his Sit 'N Spin or running around. On the last day, he insists on having a toga party after his latest spinning session and ends up making out with Lelouch on the couch after eating messy junk food.

He wakes up on top of Lelouch and immediately decides to go on a camping trip to get away from the very awkward situation. He spends a month at home two days in Nautilus time and returns to camp by the sea only to run into Mao.

Due to his previous experience with Mao, Suzaku is on edge, unaware that the man knew about his past because of his mind-reading ability rather than having secret intel. Mao uses Suzaku's worries to his advantage and causes Suzaku to question his friendship with Lelouch.

His once-quiet worry about being an obedient sub-par partner grows though Mao was unable to truly turn Suzaku against Lelouch. However, the damage was great enough that it caused Suzaku to snap at Lelouch, accusing him of trying to control him because of his new Angelii powers and taking advantage of him with Geass.

The argument angers Lelouch and he venture out without warning. A few days pass and Suzaku grows worried for his friend.

He tries to look for him, starting with Mahdi's home. Mahdi senses that something was wrong but Suzaku was hesitant to share much information. The older boy advises Suzaku to talk truthfully to Lelouch and blows him a kiss to fill Suzaku with a sense of euphoria to get him to cheer up for a while. Suzaku then makes his way in good spirits all around Nautilus to search for Lelouch, talking to people though unable to find Lelouch himself. It is not long before Starscream finds out that Suzaku had trespassed and warns him.

Suzaku quickly leaves via boat and makes it to the beach, utterly exhausted. Lelouch finally makes contact with Suzaku and they agree to meet on the beach. Suzaku ends up falling sleep there. When he woke up, he found Lelouch waiting a distance from him, not wanting Suzaku to accuse him of touching him in any way. They talk and Suzaku's true worry comes up. He is worried that he is no longer needed due to Lelouch's greater strength in Nautilus as well as the fact that he suspects Lelouch of having feelings for him.

Lelouch reassures him that he did not think of Suzaku being less of a friend and that he had no feelings for him LIES. The two make up and the bond is restored for the time being. A month later, both he and Lelouch turn into children following a scuffle right before the citywide festival. They spend their time playing and meeting people anew.

They stayed with Ratchet though they were quick to sneak out to have some fun. They had a treasure hunt with Starscream utterly delightful! After he returns to normal, Eve returns to Sleep and he recieves his knight pin back. He doesn't show remorse though in order to keep up the spirits for the festival. He helps out by making the world's largest pizza with the Lancelot. The event helps him and Allenby become friends.

He also becomes jogging partners with Kyle. The beginning of summer also brought on a series of strange murders. Suzaku offers his help to catch the mystery murderer with the police force. However, they cannot find the one responsible. July rolls around and Suzaku's birthday falls on the same week as the inner monologue event which reveals that Lelouch still has feelings for Suzaku. Suzaku chooses to ignore it as best he could though he also finds out that Mahdi also has similar feelings.

The two parts together causes Suzaku to stay in his room for the rest of the event. He decides to never bring the subject up again. He doesn't mind skipping his birthday but Lelouch insists that they celebrate it late anyways with all of Suzaku's friends.

He finally settles on inviting those he knows best but excuses himself to go get some fresh air a little before the party starts. He wanders too far and realizes that he is going to be late to his own party. He starts running back when he loses control of his body because Legato takes control of his legs.

Suzaku realizes too late that he is the murderer's next victim and that something was controlling his body.

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He is forced to shoot himself in both legs after Legato's attempt to get him to shoot himself in the head doesn't work due to Geass vs. Legato's powers not being complete. He then is forced to walk on his injured legs all the way back home and he passes out in front of his horrified guests. He wakes up in his room after Ratchet heals him and feels tremendous guilt for ruining the evening for everyone as well as not being able to get any new information about the murderer.

Lelouch manages to calm him down. Mahdi also visits Suzaku's room during this time and cheers him up with homemade pancakes. Suzaku spends some time confined to the bed due to pain in his legs and starts to worry a lot during this time about what Lelouch meant to him. He denies even to himself that things are changing and ends up sleepwalking into Lelouch's bed one night.

After a lot of awkwardness upon awakening, Suzaku reveals that his legs still hurt and Lelouch helps him get rid of the pain which was due to Suzaku subconsciously holding onto the pain out of guilt.

Suzaku becomes more aware of his changing feelings towards Lelouch but quickly denies it to himself. A few weeks later, Lelouch's little sister Nunnally appears in Nautilus. The arrival of his childhood friend delights Suzaku but he is most happy that Lelouch and Nunnally are reunited at last even if Nunnally seems to be from an earlier time. He spends the next few days letting Lelouch have time with his sister or enjoying their company. Much to his chagrin, another even strikes soon after her arrival and he and Lelouch turn into My Little Ponies.

Nunnally is very humored by this transition. When she turns into a small child regaining her sight and movement of her legsSuzaku plays with her. After the event is over, the entire household spend a day on the beach.

Things get a little messy when Suzaku is affected by a reality storm that causes him to be euphoric and more truthful. He confesses to Lelouch that he likes him and that he still felt too guilty about his past to pursue him. He has no recollection of his actions after the event and spends a month oblivious about it. Lelouch confronts him in August about it and though Suzaku fights to deny the whole thing, he finally gives in and agrees to try having a relationship with Lelouch.

They agree to keep quiet about it for the time being. The situation nearly comes to light when Suzaku is affected by the No Inhibitions event and starts making collages of those he loves on the walls of the house. Lelouch caught Suzaku making a collage of Euphemia whom he had never truly expressed his love for and saw this as a means to put that relationship to rest while still expressing his feelings on his wall and is even further surprised to find out that Suzaku had made an even larger collage on the side of the house dedicated to Lelouch.

Suzaku helps Lelouch move that collage into Lelouch's room and then indulges in being more emotionally open with Lelouch when he otherwise would be hesitant and brooding. The experience leaves Suzaku feeling more weighted once he returned to normal and he has begun to try to find true happiness with Lelouch and his friends in a way he hasn't done before.

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If only little by little. Personality Suzaku is a man of passion, his heart guiding him more than his mind in everything he does. He is not easily swayed from his deeply-rooted beliefs of solving problems from within instead of using force.

This makes him a very loyal and just, if not stubborn and a little bit reckless companion. He is gentle at heart and very kind despite his military background and his harsh past.

He is fond of cats though the latter seems to be a one-sided love. He seeks to better people's situations as much as he can through legal and just means. Though the results of his work are not those that would have immediate effect, he sees his methods to be the least turbulent. He dislikes drastic changes through quick violence and disruptive means that Zero seems to be fond of.

If it means dealing with somewhat shady higher-ups, he will still do as he is told if it means he will rise up in the ranks to a position where he can make an actual difference. His personality becomes more somber after the death of his belovedtinged with sadness and a less-optimistic outlook on life and on people in general. He becomes a bit more ruthless and calculating though he does not show this side when with his school friends.

He never truly strays completely from what he believes to be fair and just. He becomes less naive and more dedicated to seeing his goals accomplished. Abilities Suzaku is physically very strong, capable of super-human strength and speed ie: He is also very skilled in using Knightmare frames, scoring highest on the simulations and was the main obstacle for the Black Knights.

He also single-handedly brought the European Union to its knees in battle. He is placed under the "live" Geass which forces him to survive by any means necessary. He uses this to his advantage during battle near the end of the series because it allows him to respond more quickly to attacks. He declined Lelouch's initial offer to be placed under the command again, wanting to live out his life naturally and to decide things on his own. He asks Lelouch to place it on him shortly after losing to Caerula in a sparring match in order to be of the most use during the battle against Isis.

Their relationship is, in canon, somewhat shallow. Suzaku does not confide in Euphy. He doesn't tell her about his hopes, his dreams, or his fears. He doesn't tell her that Lelouch and Nunnally are still alive; she's left to figure that out for herself. And, although he does tell her about his father, it takes him five episodes to do so and he does it in the same way that he told Kallen: His actual reason for leaving her service is because of Lelouch's "live" geass and his disappointment in himself, which interestingly has very little to do with Euphy, and he only brings up Dear Old Dad when she suggests that maybe she placed an undue burden on him by asking him to be her knight.

Both to convince her to let him go and to reassure her that it's not that, Suzaku brings up Dear Old Dad. I've heard it argued that Euphy offers Suzaku unconditional acceptance, forgiving him his father's murder, and that, because of this, she's perfect for him -- but the reality is that Euphy doesn't forgive Suzaku's past so much as dismiss it. While talking to Nina, she actually wonders internally why Suzaku seems so "unsure of himself", and when she radios Suzaku later to beg him not to hate himself, the closest she comes to even acknowledging that he's done bad things is to say that she "even loves [his] clumsiness".

Admittedly, she has an audience, and so she can't say, "I don't care that you killed your father," but she doesn't even seem to talk around it, or have a tense moment where she thinks about it.

Even her immediate reaction to Suzaku's confession, after he leaves the room, is to reflect: Because of this, it's impossible for Suzaku to take any real solace in Euphy's comfort, and although he puts on a happy face for her and tells her that he deeply appreciates her love and is grateful for the time they've spent together and how she's helped him to open up his heart a little, he does not accept her love as a reason to keep living: It's actually Lelouch, as Zero, who manages to talk him back from that precipice by offering something more concrete -- a battery, and a purpose.

Namely, to destroy their mutual enemy's base before he can. There is love there, but it is the love of two teenagers. Suzaku doesn't let her in enough for it to be anything more, and Euphy never pries. Suzaku will always, always, always see himself as beneath her. And the fact that she died while their love was still at its most intense, most blind moment only makes this worse.

Even though Suzaku technically met her before realizing she was a princess, he absolutely thinks of her in those terms. She is perfect, to him. She has no flaws. She's kind to small animals, probably good with children, sweet and forgiving and wonderful.

He probably doesn't even really believe she had to use the bathroom, or sometimes woke up with her hair in knots, or could ever have had bad breath.

Euphy, at least, is able to offer the dubious flaws of "clumsiness" and "how that cat is always biting you", but Suzaku has nothing but praise for her. Even her "suddenness", which she apologizes for, is something he extolls as a virtue. I think Euphy is aware of this, and that it's why her smile is so bittersweet when Suzaku first kneels to her after learning her true identity, but it isn't within her power to change.