In a word...overrated.
Honestly guys....Lelouche is the spitting image of Yagami Raito (Death Note).
Sure...the whole "my eye changes colors" this is pretty cool...but seriously guys...really? REALLY? T_T
Not only that but his name is Lelouche? Honestly, it rhymes with douche. T_T
Then, his nickname is Lulu? The hell?!
Hoo boy...I haven't even gotten to the title of the series...
More like Code Gay Ass.
All in all, this anime is horrible with re-used characters and plot. =P
Geass fans should shut up and move onto better anime!
Use "Geass" instead of "gay ass"
Man...get your geass out of here!
What was that? You want my cock in that geass of yours?
Geass (ギアス, giasu?) is a mysterious ability which certain people can bestow upon others; C.C.
is the most prominent character who grants the power of Geass. The form the Geass takes is different in each individual. C.C. calls Geass the Power of Kings (王の力, Ō no Chikara?), and is represented by a glowing, bird-like symbol.
Every Geass has its own unique set of restrictions, limitations, or idiosyncrasies. These factors allow a Geass to be defeated, or its power limited, by someone who is aware of its characteristics. All Geass abilities are related to the mind, influencing such aspects as will, thought, memory, emotion, and perception.
The power of Geass increases with use, usually starting in one eye. It can eventually spread to both eyes and become uncontrollable with repeated use. At this point, the one who granted the power can relinquish his or her immortality to the recipient, allowing the recipient to continue the cycle while the giver is allowed to die. The immortality is referred to as the giver's "Code," and grants the person immunity to Geass in exchange for their original power.
"Geass" may be an intentional corruption of the word "geas" or "geis", a term for a type of magical contract in Irish mythology.
Lelouch- I, Lelouch vi Britannia, command you to die!
Enemy- Yes, my Lord! -bang-
Lelouch- -chuckles- The Geass.. never fails...
A geass is an effect invoked through direct eye contact resulting in a psychological desire to carry out some service or to refrain from some action or course of activity, as desired by you.
Considered by Dungeons and Dragons
players to have been derived from the Geas
*Those subject to the Geass proceed to shoot themselves.*