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Fanpop, Inc., All Rights Reserved. A Member of Townsquare Entertainment News. Cookies help us bring you Fanpop. By using Fanpop, you agree to. It's clear that she loved Suzaku but I wouldn't(or rather I don't want to) rule out the possibility that she still loved Lelouch as more than a brother. For example in the episode 20,before Suzaku returned his knight badge, he told Lloyd that he didn't deserve the kind way that Euphemia.
While clashing with the Knights of St. Michael, Shin believes Suzaku's true nature to be similar to his own, that he hates the world and wants to destroy it with the darkness within him. During Kaguya's conversation with the Six Houses of Kyoto, Suzaku showed no remorse for the fallen members, as their execution couldn't be helped. Regardless, Suzaku hasn't lost faith in Lelouch, as he wonders why he killed Euphie since there could have been another way but despises Lelouch for casting a Geass on him to live even though it was Suzaku's goal to die.
After Lelouch reminds Suzaku of his father's past and their confrontation at the Kururugi Shrine, Suzaku realizes that Lelouch is the kind of person who would take all of the lies to make everyone's dreams into reality, indicating that Suzaku's view of Britannia had started to change.
After destroying the Tokyo Settlement with the F.
After a one-sided conversation with Jeremiah Gottwald, he laughs maniacally, desensitized by the countless deaths he inadvertently caused. He then abandons his self-righteous nature and resolves to achieve his goals regardless of the means.
This saddens Bismark, the Knight of One, who claimed that Suzaku's compassionate core was the source of his strength. This ultimately leads him to make a deal with Schneizel in order to become Knight of One by slaying the emperor, leading to the confrontation in C's world. Since both had lost the ones they loved and had sullied their hands with the blood of thousands, Suzaku finally allies with Lelouch, but his experience in the thought realm with Lelouch and C. He understands that the cycle of hatred would have to be broken for a peaceful future, and though it can only be done by Zero, no one would accept Lelouch as Zero because of the Geass, and devises the Zero Requiem with him.
Lelouch describes him of powerful willpower, as he transforms Lelouch's Geass command 'Live' positively into an energy boost. He becomes shocked with Lelouch when Nunnally is still alive and declares them both enemies.
Afterwards, he shows a vicious dedication to its completion, and takes the responsibility of being 'Lelouch's Sword' to conquer both his enemies and weakness. He fakes his death in his battle with Kallen, reappears under the guise of Zero and stabs Lelouch. Lelouch smiles at him as his death draws near, and thinking of the Geass as a gift that allows one to do something the other can't, touches Zero's mask in an affectionate gesture and offers him the Geass of changing the world.
He tells him that Suzaku Kururugi is no more, and that there exists only Zero, who should strive for peace and justice, to bring about a brighter future. Suzaku accepts the Geass, though crying as he had killed his best friend.
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With this we can deduce that despite his frequent changes in character when facing grief, guilt and self-loathing throughout the series, he was a dedicated and loyal man who wanted peace. Character Outline Edit Suzaku at the age of Suzaku is the son of Japan's last prime minister, Genbu Kururugi.
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. Euphemia's body is recovered by Suzaku and she spends her final moments with him. The command to kill him, as he is of Japanese descent, tries to take hold, but she resists it, either because she cares for him too much or is simply incapable of carrying it out.
As she is unaware of what she did and asks if she made the right decision, Suzaku decides to lie and tells her that the Japanese were happy with the Japan she created. She cries with joy telling him that she is glad it worked out. Suddenly she can't see his face anymore and the both of them begin to cry.
Did Euphemia had feelings for Lelouch?
Realizing she has little time Euphemia urges Suzaku to stay in school for the both of them and dies smiling telling him how glad she is. Her death creates a firm resolve in both Suzaku and Cornelia to defeat Zero. Lelouch is also deeply affected by Euphemia's death and resolves to fight and defeat Britannia once and for all. Aftermath Edit In supplementary materials, it is revealed that Britannia officially declared Euphemia responsible for the massacre and that she had been deprived of royal status and executed by the Britannian Army; aside from this false declaration, Britannia refused to make any other compensation for the Japanese, instead they increased the level of discrimination; to the point where the Britannian mafia were able to freely do human trafficking and other illegal activities on the Japanese.
After the incident, the Japanese general public in Area 11 refer to her as the "Massacre Princess". Euphemia's death impacts and influences the actions of several characters.
Suzaku becomes emotionally unstable and pursues Zero, having discovered Zero's true identity. Once he believes Zero has been eliminated, Suzaku continues to serve the Britannian Empire.
His actions remain motivated by his memory of Euphemia; he refers to her as an "irreplaceable woman" when he speaks to Lelouch on the rooftop of Ashford Academy and carries around Euphemia's quill pen as a memento. Akito the Exiled which served as a motivation for him to conquer E. Suzaku drastically changes his personality as he no longer cares for the lives of the people in order to achieve his goals such as selling his friends out for the Knight Of Rounds position and killing anybody who gets in his way which nicknamed him the "White Reaper.
Cornelia abandoned her position as Viceroy of Area 11 in order to clear her name.
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She made attempts to track down the source of Geass with the aid of Orpheus Zevon and therefore she was able to avenge her by leading V. Cornelia's attitude towards Lelouch hasn't changed in their last encounter due to him killing Euphie. It is unlikely that she does not know the truth due to her distrust of Lelouch but helped Schneizel clear her name.
She continued to clear her name until Lelouch obscured it with Zero Requiem making her drop her quest. Marybelle Mel Britannia, later during the events of Code Geass: O2 later succeeds her with the title "Massacre Princess", Lelouch on the other hand is still impacted by the event which forever changed his life. He continues to fight Britannia in the honor of her memory as oppose of changing within so that such event won't be repeated. This was shown at one time when Lelouch lit the candle at the SAZ Memorial implying that Suzaku and Nunnally suspects that it was him all along.