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This issue has been on my mind ever since the beginning of the series. At first, I had expected Suzaku to eventually team up with Lelouch in. Mar 15, [Honey's Crush Wednesday] 5 Reasons Why Lelouch and Suzaku is of why; when it comes to the relationship between Lelouch and Suzaku. Jun 18, Suzaku and Lelouch get out of class 25 minutes early and they know exactly what to do with the time. Warning- MaleXMale relationships time but," The professor paused and looked at Lelouch as he handed him his test.
Before returning to Area 11, Suzaku continues his activities to conquer E. Suzaku later converses with Lelouch in the rooftop during the school festival, which reveals that his goal is to become the Knight Of One so that Japan would no longer support Zero, due to the incident he caused. Unable to find any sort of sign, Suzaku lets Lelouch talk to the new governor of Area 11, Nunnally, which also ends in failure, thanks to Rolo Lamperouge using his Geass to freeze Suzaku temporarily.
When Lelouch attempts to kidnap Nunnally as she is being brought to Area 11, Suzaku and Kenjie steps in to rescue her, ironically fulfilling the purpose Lelouch had originally envisioned for Suzaku.
After Nunnally's arrival, Suzaku later was at school helping the student council at the garden and Suzaku wonders if Lelouch did lose his memories and if he didn't, he wanted Lelouch to answer him why he killed Euphie since there could have been another way.
Suzaku later got attacked by an infiltrated Japanese Britannian Soldier only to be saved by his "Live" command. At the villa, Anya confronted Suzaku about executing the soldier which Anya took the initiative. Suzaku and Kenjie lead the Britannian Navy to wipe out the Black Knights to ensure that Nunnally's plans of re-establishing the Special Administrative Zone of Japan will not be dismantled, but is completely surprised when the whole Navy is wiped out.
In a surprising twist, Zero announces that he will accept Nunnally's offer in exchange for exile. This is revealed to be a clever ruse when Zero has all one million Elevens participating dress exactly like him, leaving Suzaku no choice but to exile the entire group to prevent another massacre.
Standing on an empty stage, Suzaku realizes that Zero must know him very well, having banked on the fact that Suzaku wouldn't allow a massacre to take place. Suzaku is deployed to the Chinese Federation 's capital, where the First Prince of Britannia and the Empress Tianzi are to be wed; Suzaku later reunites with Kaguya discussing about their past and how Zero managed to save him once but refuses to acknowledge it. He stops Nina from attacking Zero during a chess game against Schneizel due to the fact that Kenjie began to play as peacekeeper of the two sides, that if a member of one side engages, he won't hesitate to arrest or kill but was remind about the incident.
Later, Zero kidnaps the Empress during the ceremony. Britannia's aid is requested in recovering Tianzi, and Suzaku personally has Kallen Kozuki transferred into Britannian custody before heading into the battle. Lelouch, who had became closer to her, was angered seeing it as Suzaku's way of taking everything he can from him.
Suzaku later gets contacted by Shirley Fenette just for their private conversation but coincidentally encounters Lelouch. While walking with Lelouch and Shirley, Suzaku wonders what Lelouch have been doing up until now and his suspicions regarding him as Zero. Shirley was about to fall but Lelouch and Suzaku caught her in time.
After saving Shirley, all of them were relieved except that Suzaku can't forgive Lelouch for what he did to Euphie. Lelouch gets a call from Rolo regarding Jeremiah and Suzaku is about to confront him about it only to be interrupted by Shirley who grabs him to discuss somewhere.
Shirley and Suzaku talks about Lelouch and Shirley asked if Suzaku forgives him and he says that he can't but in response Shirley says that nothing is unforgivable and that she forgives Lelouch only to shock Suzaku. After hearing an incident at the train station, Suzaku tells Kenjie, who soon appeared in the scene to help on the evacuation and the security asisting him to keep Shirley safe as he goes into the building. Suzaku later finds Shirley's body and takes her to medical care who concluded that she commit suicide.
Suzaku is later shown at Shirley's funeral mourning her death. In the aftermath of Shirley 's death, Suzaku investigates Shirley's supposed suicide and comes to the conclusion that Lelouch murdered her. He decides to question Kallen about Zero's true identity, threatening to use Refrain if she does not cooperate. Kallen refuses to cooperate, but Suzaku does not use the Refrain, realizing that by doing so he would be no better than Lelouch and that Kenjie might become angered, who was looking on from a distance.
She beats him severely during their next meeting in retaliation, which he does not fight back. Frustrated, he goes to confront Lelouch personally and discovers that the Intelligence Agency is under the effect of Geass, confirming that Lelouch has regained his memories. However, he is hesitant on reporting this information to Charles because he knows he will use Nunnally as a hostage. He is later seen talking to Nunnally again as Nunnally progresses Area 11's status.
Nunnally uses this time to ask Suzaku who that person was she was talking to on the phone but Suzaku steps back as she tries to touch his hand only to say that he is the same as Lelouch. After hearing the news about the Emperor's disappearance, Suzaku is confident that Nunnally should be safe for now but wonders about Lelouch and suspects that he may be behind the disappearance of the Emperor.
Just after the creation of the United Federation of Nations is cut short by the Emperor's appearance, Suzaku was shocked. Suzaku is contacted by a desperate Lelouch, who asks him to protect Nunnally from the Emperor. He confirms he has regained his memories. Suzaku agrees to his request, but only if Lelouch meets him alone at the Kururugi shrine.
The meeting starts off with the inevitable confrontation of Zero's sins, and even as Lelouch bows down for the first time in his life, Suzaku merely steps on his head as well as pushing him when he asks him why he geassed him to live that's been contradicting his convictions. But while Lelouch answers Suzaku's questions such as saving him when he was held for Prince Clovis' murder and saving the student council at the Lake Kawaguchi situation, Suzaku recognizes Lelouch's face as someone who does not tell the whole truth to accept punishment since it was the same face Suzaku had after he'd killed his father.
Schneizel gets Suzaku to reveal what he knows about Geass, and Kanon tells him that the world doesn't exist to make him alone happy. Suzaku is left pondering if he will have to use the Lancelot, equipped with Nina's F. During the second battle of Tokyo, Suzaku threatens to use the F.
Suzaku asked Jeremiah why he is fighting and Jeremiah replied by saying by thanking him by saving him but now that he serves his lord despite the people around them. Though both are drawn away from Suzaku, he is forced to battle Kallen in her improved Guren. Though Lloyd advises him to flee, Suzaku insists on dealing with Zero. As Lloyd has upgraded the Guren far beyond what the Lancelot is capable of, she easily parries his attacks and significantly damages the Lancelot.
Kallen was ready to finish off Suzaku under Lelouch's order due to their broken trust, but Kenjie, with a upgraded Knightmare Frame of Kassius, intervenes and protects Suzaku without engaging at Kallen. Driven to the edge, Suzaku realizes he cannot win and comes to terms with his death as an atonement. In doing so, Suzaku's Geass command activates and forces him to use the F. Kenjie pushes Kallen away and the bomb instead hits the government complex, wiping out the entire government building and most of the surrounding area.
Suzaku later reflects on what he did and during that time, Jeremiah has a one sided conversation with him reminding him about Nunnally whom he had accepted as dead.
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Following the battle, Suzaku can only laugh madly at the destruction he has caused. Suzaku concludes that the ends are more important than the means to reach them, and becomes more focused on becoming Knight of One which upset to the likes of Cornelia and Gino. He suggests to Schneizel that he could assassinate the Emperor. Schneizel agrees and Suzaku heads to Kaminejima to complete his mission.
When Suzaku is on his way, he is contacted that there are survivors of the Geass Order who are slain by him. Suzaku confronts the Emperor himself blaming him for what he has done to Euphie and that Geass is behind it along with pushing Lelouch and Nunnally to danger. When Lelouch attacks the island, Suzaku considers the task his burden to bear and heads off with Kenjie to find Lelouch, only to have the ground knocked out from under them by a stray blast.
He is recovered by Anya, who is possessed by Marianne, and C. Suzaku enters the Sword of Akasha with C. He thinks about taking revenge for Euphemia right after, however Lelouch tells him that nothing is unforgivable, mirroring the conversation Shirley had with Suzaku before she died. The time shift one month later reveals that he was one half of the duo known as the Knights of Zero along with his brother-at arms, Kanji Kyoshigaki and under his trusting friend Lelouch vi Britannia, the 99th Emperor of the Holy Britannian Empire.
When four of the remaining Knights of the Round attempt to remove Lelouch from power, Suzaku and Kanji battles them. With the new Lancelot Albion and Cassius Alpha, they easily defeat and kill all of them, sparing only Gino's life asking what he should be fighting for. They later assists Lelouch in taking the UFN leaders hostage.
Following the destruction of Pendragon by Schneizel and the revelation that Nunnally is alive, Suzaku is stunned. Despite Lelouch's concern for Nunnally, Suzaku insists that their objective has not changed. They attack the Black Knights to prevent them from reaching the Avalonbut was too late. He joins Lelouch in boarding the Damoclesholding Gino off while Lelouch goes ahead.
Suzaku comes out victorious defeating Gino along with an assist of Kanji, but Gino's last attack opens the shields and allows Kallen to take over. Suzaku fights Kallen to a standstill with Kanji trying to seperate the two from managing to destroy their Knightmares, that may lead to their death.
Suzaku's Lancelot Albion eventually takes a blow to the chest which causes his Knightmare to explode while Kallen loses consciousness. Kanji soon helps Kallen and Gino to return to their base and is willing to surrender.
He is believed to have died in the blast, but later shows up as the new Zero to kill Lelouch and revealed that Kanji actually had a suit that is inside his Knightmare used as a camouflage to avoid being seen, he was also using a ability given to him by Lelouch's geass, allowing Kanji to have the capability to move quickly and have strong senses also revealing that he left his earpiece inside his knightmare that he used as a microphone to be able to communicate through his Knightmare that he programmed to have autopilot, now the tyrannical Emperor of the world as part of their plan for world peace.
Before managing to kill Lelouch, he was confronted by Kanji and fought, with the two knowing it as a publicity stunt,that ends with Suzaku stabbing Kanji in his right shoulder, complete with Kanji's permission. With the Zero Requiem complete, Suzaku weeps silently as Lelouch dies. As his final order and punishment, Lelouch tells Suzaku that he is dead from this day on, forced to exist as Zero and sacrifice his happiness for the sake of the world, an order Suzaku accepts.
Suzaku becomes Nunnally's protector in the following months, aided by Schneizel, who Lelouch ordered to specifically obey Zero, the new leader of the Black Knights. They see fireworks lit off by Jeremiah and Anya as a promise from Lelouch.
He holds Nunnally's hand, while he ponders if Lelouch is somewhere watching, and on everything that he has done and promised. Third Archive Vendetta of the Jikeidan Stray Dogs Edit In the end of the third archive, Suzaku and Kanji, who just managed returned to Britannia after being gone as a National Officer, had a private meetup on top of the hillside where Suzaku and Euphie shared times together.
It is here that Kanji revealed the other half of the Zero Requiem and that it wasn't the end but the beginning. Where Suzaku was taken to a classified room, in which Kanji had the pass for. Right after this, they leave Shirley to rest and fully recover.
He then believed that she managed to live again because of the promise that she will love Lelouch again when she is brought back to life. But Kanji then cut him off, saying that Shirley isn't the reason why he came. They then continue to go in a room, guarded by Britannian Guards. Kanji then warned Suzaku to keep an open mind and that he will keep whatever he sees for himself and that he wont utter a word while he is at the recovery center.
Kanji then let Suzaku in by himself.
It is here where Suzaku began to tear up, smilling after having the despair for a very long time. This is because of the presence of Euphemia being behind the glass he's looking through, where Euphie was being attended by royal servants who were happy to serve her. It is also revealed that If Nunnally wouldn't be able to run the world she dreamed for, Euphie will be there for her to be a guide for Nunnally Fourth Archive: Defender of the Empress Edit Suzaku makes his appearance at the fourth archive as the main focus of the story, as he continues to play the role as Zero, who is watching over Nunnally ever since she became the Empress of Britannia.
He first appeared as Zero training wiyh other Knights, with Kanji being a spectator of the whole scene, as he was tasked to train the Knights. At first, he was fighting them evenly but he was soon defeated as his mind was clouded, still thinking about Euphie being alive as he is still thinking when she will be making her return, which costed him in the end.
Kanji then notices this, saying that Zero has been becoming rusty with fighting, that he has been thinking alot. Kanji then takes over on fighting the Knights, which he showed No Mercy and easily defeats them, leaving the Knights in awe and shaking in fear.
Zero then encouraged the Knights to train more and will be tested once again when they receive advanced training. As they reached their barracks, Kanji and Suzaku would have a conversation about what is clouding Suzaku's mind, in which he truthfully revealed that he was thinking about Euphemia. It is here that Kanji would tell him that she will return when she is all cleared out, which is sooner than later.
The two would then continue their conversation as Kanji would then leave soon after due to his mission being sent to him needed to be accomplished.
He soon revealed that a Rebelling military group has been causing chaos on every country, which is leaving the UFN responsible for the lack of protection. Afterwards, Zero is later seen meeting with Nunnally, talking about the problem outside the border of the nations apart of the UFN as he was laying her down to bed, which left Nunnally tearing up as she is new to the position as Empress.
Zero would then try to cheer her up and worked, saying that she may be young, but is a independent woman who makes sure of her actions are for the good.
As he was leaving her room, Zero got into deep thinking as he knows that Nunnally is suffering with the deep problem she is in, as the faith of the whole nation of Britannia is in her hands, and that if an issue will happen, she will be put either in custody or even death.
It was clear from the early episodes that Lelouch was not the hero-type main character—even his charismatic persona, Zero, embodied this image perfectly; an all-black costume that commanded both fear and respect. The Black Prince, if you would. In contrast, Suzaku was portrayed as the antithesis of Lelouch.
He was what the hero should be, a perfect image of a white knight in shining armor or on a white horse, take your pick. He was the kind of person who would pause in the middle of battle to save a civilian in danger, the one who would be the first to raise his hand when it comes to protecting those who are innocent and powerless, to support peace and justice.
But it has never been that easy. Lelouch knew his methods would kill people and never denied that he sullied his hands, which is an honesty in itself.
The White Knight in question, as the story progressed, turned out to be the one filled with lies, to the world and to himself. His hero-complex is such that his actions are always impulsively self-sacrificing, bordering on suicidal, as he so often put himself in dangerous situations that might get himself killed. Unlike Lelouch, Suzaku never stopped to question himself, he just went with whatever happened.
The Loyalty and Betrayal. Suzaku and Lelouch are two best friends who, despite betraying each other repeatedly, kept their loyalty to one another in one way or another—sometimes quite ironically.
The two personas that Lelouch had, Lelouch Lamperouge and Zero, were both himself but kept separated by Lelouch himself, not only to keep himself safe, but also to not accidentally dragged his sister and friends into the messy situations Zero got himself into or created, most of the time.
In the face of betrayal from the one he trusted the most, Suzaku shot. Even after the many rejections he faced from Suzaku from early first season episodes and considering the promise they made as children, to Lelouch, these rejections are Suzaku betraying himLelouch trusted Suzaku still—to save him, to take care of Nunnally, to have Suzaku by his side.
And yet, in the end, it was Suzaku that Lelouch trusted to carry on his plans and legacy. C photobombs on the back? Throughout both the first and second season, there were multiple times when, despite their masks and lies to each other at first, then hatred and anger later, Suzaku and Lelouch seem to be able to reconcile.
There were a bunch of points in both seasons where the audience would think, this is it, they would go back to being friends and face the world together. It even began in the early episodes, where, after he saved Suzaku from being court martialed, Lelouch offered for Suzaku to join his cause, only to be rejected. There were also times when Lelouch tirelessly tried to get Suzaku to his side, clearly unwilling to keep going against Suzaku in his missions. And even if Lelouch was unable to tell him the truth because of the mounting guilt he bore, Suzaku was able to tell that he was lying.
Suzaku, for once, was the one who offered his hand to Lelouch. Zero had to end the war, and if he did, together with Lelouch, Suzaku would save Nunnally.
No one would blame you if your first reaction was to shout at your screen and curse at everything—this is why Suzaku and Lelouch are incredibly frustrating. The Zero Requiem After fifty episodes of frustrating relationship dynamics and character developments for Suzaku and Lelouch, one would probably hope for a happy ending.