Archive for July, 2007

Spotlight: Lelouch “Zero”

Posted on July 29, 2007. Filed under: Spotlights |

Lelouch is a 17-year-old student who attends Ashford Academy and is the son of the Britannia Imperial Family. He believes that the world has been thrown in a vicious circle of oppression and hatred that can only be broken if someone dared to step forth and win, even for the undesired outcome.


The reason why I am so enamored by his character is that he is very assertive, and always completes his goals with a frill. His eyes and face are very hawk-like, making his structure look very sharp. Lelouch reminds me very much so of Death Note’s ingenious protagonist: Raito Yagami


After he receives power from from a strange girl named C.C, he baptizes himself as “Zero.” Then, by allying himself with one of his classmate’s, or Kallen’s, resistance group, he starts a terrorist campaign against powerful rulers who oppress the helpless. Lelouch is willing to lie to his followers/ friends and use people as bait to assure the outcomes he desire.


“Zero” is such a beautiful character; everything about him is intriguing.

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Denno Coil Objects/Substances

Posted on July 29, 2007. Filed under: Uncategorized |










Pet System Restore Check






Isako’s encoding:



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Spotlight: Nagato

Posted on July 29, 2007. Filed under: Spotlights |

Yuki’s character is initially portrayed as a taciturn bibliophile. She is actually an artificial human created by the Integrated Data Entity (IDE), and possesses supernatural powers as a result. She joins the SOS Brigade in order to observe her on the behalf of the IDE. In addition, she is present to ensure that Haruhi, the protagonist, does not use her godlike powers, and to aid the other Brigade members if needed.





Nagato has the ability to detect spatial transitions in the environment (caused by Haruhi) and will act to prevent them from persisting. During the unscripted attack in the first fight scene of the Brigade movie, she tackles Mikuru in order to remove her contact lenses, which temporarily causes the fictional “Mikuru Beam” to become real.

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