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JJR1971 says...

Mysterious, ageless witch that is the source of Zero's Geass abilities.  She is viewed (incorrectly) by the masses as Zero's mistress, though for a long time she is the only character to have kissed Lulu/Zero...and she does give some nice fanservice throughout the show.  She saves Zero's bacon more than once and is pretty awesome.

She's identified as "C2" in English since "C.C." is NOT a strange name in English, it's short for Cecilia.


Jun 18, 2011
SolaVandread says...

One of my favorite female characters.

May 13, 2011
Nushid says...

@ZeroGT - agree, when I saw her during R1 i always had expression that she's similar to Amber (Darker Than Black) / Konan (Naruto Shippuuden) or Claire (Claymore). But the most interesting fact is her real name. Try to look for the answer for that, you even don't imagine how much really sensible theories you can find about that xD Code Geass is masterpiece of anime.

Apr 29, 2011
ArtemisDay says...

She would be better if she wasn't such a bitch, at times I just want to punch her in the face.

Apr 6, 2011
ShatteredAngel says...

In my opinion, C.C. is a brilliant character, particularly in season 1. Despite acting a bit like a stoic moderator, attempting to keep Lelouch's emotions in check, she doesn't reach the point of becoming obnoxious. Despite concealing it through a rather soft psuedo-monotone, she is quite an emotional character, with a rapier wit and is perfectly willing to call Lelouch out when she feels he deserves it.

She has a fascinating backstory, although it's so interesting and complex that it would be a waste to spoil it. The mystery of her past is a subplot that lurks through both seasons, and her interactions with the rest of the cast always prove interesting.

She is constantly used as a deus ex machina, but this actually never really bothered me. It always made SENSE for her to act as she did, her powers were not impossible enough to strain one's suspension of disbelief, and her intervention never seemed impossible.

In R2, when she becomes more and more associated with the Black Knights, she loses that sense of neutrality present in Season 1. However, she's still a very interesting character, who in my opinion deserved more attention than she got. The series would not have been possible without C.C., and she is simply irreplacable.


Apr 6, 2011