|Reviews for Lelouch of the Empire|
| Scientist17 chapter 7 . 2/28
| SEEKER452 chapter 7 . 2/25
Know any were Lelouch have a backup plan in case someone like black knight try to betray him
| Lucy Liu chapter 7 . 2/2
Omg update soon! Great story!
| crangelique chapter 7 . 1/12
Now, this is the version of CG that I've been waiting for...
| HaremBishie chapter 7 . 1/2
Are you going to complete this story?
| CodeGeassLelouchC.C chapter 7 . 10/26/2013
| BlueMoon1 chapter 7 . 10/8/2013
this is a great .
| Dareagon chapter 7 . 9/20/2013
Update soon please!
| Eggs in a Beaker chapter 7 . 8/27/2013
Interesting story so far. I hope you plan on continuing it. Towards the end of this chapter I was thinking that it would be funny if they decided who would be the emperor through another chess match. I'm weird like that :)
| Crazy Rayne chapter 7 . 7/21/2013
Is this gonna be continued? Its a really good story, but leaving a cliffy is really mean
| l1s44p chapter 7 . 4/9/2013
nice story, i like it
| UMMX chapter 5 . 9/24/2012
Nice story love it hope there more.
| PlayerXIII chapter 7 . 9/7/2012
Jeremiah should have used the Geass Canceler in the anime. Seriously. Would have saved Lelouch a ton of work. Keep up the great work and kill the cliffhanger I want to know who the emperor will be :B
| Updated04-09-12 chapter 7 . 8/25/2012
this is the datum of the update how at my place its the 25.8.12 is this from the future
| Ppsh chapter 2 . 8/9/2012
This is pretty stupid, for a variety of reasons.
First of all Schneizel doesn't really have any reason to give up Japan. The Black Knights are already self-destructing; even if he refuses to give Japan back to them, they'd probably fall apart without Lelouch's leadership. Although admittedly there is some merit to the idea, as Schneizel can easily beat them once he has Lelouch, and Lelouch could well convince them Schneizel is lying (which he is, in a lot of ways), so I'll excuse that point.
Second, what is Anya doing randomly walking around the Ikaruga? It makes no sense; she's a knight of rounds, there's no way the Black Knights are THAT incompetent to let one of their greatest enemies just walk around with no escort, right into their leaders quarters no less. This follows onto the next point...
Third, why the fuck is Lelouch immediately against Marianne's idea? Honestly, this never made truly great sense in canon either, but at least there he actually had some understanding of what they were trying to accomplish as well as their disregard for people in order to achieve it; here Lelouch only has a single sentence from Marianne, which expresses an idea that isn't really that bad; and he immediately gets angry and rejects it. It's as though you just slotted in his reaction from canon to the Ragnarok connection, without the 20 minute conversation that took place originally. There's no mention of them abandoning Nunally and him to Japan; or not stopping the invasion thereafter; or the fact that they blinded Nunnally on purpose to protect her from V.V, or exiled them to protect them, all of which were factors for him rejecting their plan. None of that is here. His reaction is TOTALLY unrealistic. Not to mention he suddenly shows unreasonable knowledge of their plan without having any way of knowing it at this point; his explanation to C.C of why he opposes it goes into far more detail than revealed by Anya/Marianne's statement.
Fourth, this conversation in his quarters is totally illogical. If indeed he was in danger, or being betrayed by the Black Knights, then he might as well just get Rolo to knock everyone in the room out. No one there could oppose him. Not to mention he could just geass them to serve him if he really wanted to; the only person in the room who he has geassed afaik is Kallen, and then only for a trivial purpose. He could have explained things and won back their loyalty, or he could have beaten them all. Instead he just accepts it without doing anything, and apparently everyone is fine to let him trudge off to confront the Emporer for some totally unspecified reason even though they're all apparently outraged enough to betray him and sell him to Schneizel. Schneizel, too, lets him go for no reason.
The premise itself isn't too bad; I accepted point one as passable. It's the execution of everything following that which is piss poor. None of their reactions or reasoning make any sense. Like Lelouch suddenly forgetting that Nunally even exists the moment Anya shows up; at this point he was quite ready to die because he thought Nunnally was dead, the only reason he continued on afterwards was because of his conversation with Rolo which made him trudge on. And him not explaining things in canon made sense for this reason, both because he needed to get Kallen out of the line of fire and because he'd already given up. Here he has no such excuse.