It brings back my excitement towards anime. Again, it's a story between two boys. From Season 1 up till now, I never feel disappointed about it. Last season, I can't resisted myself to read spoilers,but the good point is no matter how many spoilers you read, you'll always get surprised by the story development. It's the main reason I like Code Geass so much. I always got so thrilled on and can't wait for the next episode, and as soon as the subs come out I'll immediately download it (imagine it's only airs half a hour once a week). It's the only anime I'll do like this as I normally will wait for the shows finish airing first. This season, I succeed to suppress myself from reading spoilers since I know from this moment every of these is a huge spoiler. Therefore, up till now I can enjoy to the greatest excitement it brings to us. But as it goes on, things always happen unexpectedly, people go on dying, falling...I started to think what I watch this for?
Now Nunnally no longer here (the possibility is 99.9% though we haven't see her corpse), many will think that he may stop now since he killed his sister. Yes, Lelouch might think in this way. Even though the one who shoot the Fleija was Suzaku but after he think it thoroughly, he'll know what actually happened back then. He'll think he is the one who cause his sister dead. It all need to trace back to last time. If only he never geass Suzaku to tell him to "Lives", if only he never has the geass power, if only he never meet C.C., if only he never become Zero or even if only he never get his memories back. In the battlefield, there were still hundreds of chances that can keep Nunnally alive. If Lelouch can control his own emotions and did not ordered Kallen to killed Suzaku (he's so pissed off about that betray former friend), it's very irony that in last episode he told himself he should stay emotionless. Yea, I know that he can never do that. Also, if Suzaku not insisting to fights and 'dies' in the battlefield (you already forget what your dear Euphie told you? or even Lelouch "Lives"?) and Kallen can consider he's her former classmate and mercy to him. Well, there is merciless in battlefield. Anyway, there were a lot of circumstances to avoid all this happened (yea, if Nina didn't created the boom). Okay, let's go back to the topic. There is, Lelouch will really stop here?
No way he'll do. In contrary, his action already cause his most important person died, and it may cause his other friends die as well if he keeps move on, that's why there's no other way except he keep become Zero. Nunnally death will support him keeps going (even stronger than Euphie), though he no longer has the reason to create a peaceful world for her. In other words, Lelouch has no one to lost already, it makes him can goes all his way.
I definitely agree with Lelouch say that's no miracle with Zero. Yes, all this way we watch his back how he became Zero, created his own knights and get close to his goals. But we also know that he faces a lot of obstacles and how he overcomes it with his intelligence. There were a few times that he lost completely and almost dies. It's all not depends on only lucks but what we see is how a boy diligently strives for his goals. But I'm doubting now, and so did Lelouch I think. I know that if Code Geass no rebellion, there'll no Code Geass already. But do it really need to happen? If there is one more time to choose again, will he choose geass? Yea, he must choose it in that situation if he really want to stay alive but it is here that will he not choose to use this power and remains on his normal life? Not to become Zero?
Anyway, Lelouch resolution won't change no matter what happens next. But I'm not sure what will happen if he lost his knights. The things happened now is over people withstanding ability, I can't ever imagine what will happen in the future. But looking at the 'King' chess piece stains with blood in episode 16, I speculate that Lelouch can win, but with the price of his loves one life.