>betray the rebellion to acquire some sweet chocolate titties and a promise to be made the leader of the "self-governing" Special Administrative Area 11
>become Prime Minister of Japan even after selling it out to Schneizel once before
Ougi was top jew
How do I get my friend to see that Code Geass is as big of a train wreck as Cross Ange? He is disillusioned with how anime nowadays doesn't make him feel like Geass did but I want to tell him that it's the same shit.
>How do I get my friend to see that Code Geass is as big of a train wreck as Cross Ange?
It isn't. Your friend is completely right and you're wrong, so screw that.
Cross Ange was worse in every possible way. It was never interesting and had nothing to offer other than explicit lesbianism. Poor ending too.
I still think R2 Nina is the single hottest CG character and there's nothing you can do to change that.
I want a third season so fucking badly but at the same time I don't want Sunrise to devalue Lelouch's sacrifice or to continue the show with a different lead.
It'd also suck to have C.C, Kallen, and what other few likeable characters are still alive lose their closure from the finale - but at the same time if Nina and Oughi were to die it might be worth it.
Fucking loved code geass so much, i don't we've ever had a main mc as charismatic as lelouch.
While CC did have it's flaws, like over-emphasized high school plot, my toy is better than your toy instead of real tactics and a naive premise it was so much fucking fun.
Dirty little Lelouch has started all the shit in order to NTR his father.
>People actually think Code Geass was well written.
>Cross Ange was more cohesive than Code Geass
I hope you are joking. That show started out trying to be shockingly sexually exploitative and full of gore. Which then gets swept aside after a while.
>You might not have liked its themes, but it was much more consistent with them.
Spoken like someone who has no ide about what he's talking about.
Everyone in Code Gayass did bad. There's not a single character in the entire work where you're like, "This is a sensible person that should be making decisions for themselves let alone others."
I don't think it's inconsistent at all. Code Geass had the school stuff as a part of its world since day one. Only foolish people would think that's inconsistent in any way, shape or form. At the same time, of course it's entertaining. That's what it was going for.
>you will never watch Code Geass with /a/ again
Well, someone ended up better off in the end than others
arguing whether Lelouch is dead aside, I'd consider Spinzaku being the worst off out of everyone
Suzaku didn't end up that badly. He's a hero and only sacrificied his identity. In fact, he has more power and influence than any of the politicians, because Zero is a global figure.
The black knights really deserved a bad end. They sold out the one person who is the sole reason they got anywhere beyond a mass grave. They sold him out to the universe equivalent of the devil after being told a bunch of shady shit from their sworn enemies. I wish Lelouch lost at the end so that Checkmate would turn on them yet again.
Lelouch wasn't as petty about any of that though, because he was aware that his own actions did produce some of their opposition. Just blindlly believing in him wasn't going to work. Both him and the black knights made mistakes. It wasn't only because of "sworn enemies" but due to various problematic events they couldn't really deny or shy away from. Hating on them makes you less mature than Lelouch, of all people.