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Lelouch Lamperouge

Post by UltimateKurosakiX on Sun Nov 29, 2009 1:26 pm

Name: Lelouch Lamperouge

Nickname: Zero

Age: 17-18

Height: N/A

Weight: N/A

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Abilities:
Spoiler:
Geass
Lelouch's Geass, bestowed upon him by C.C., gives him "the power of absolute obedience," allowing him to plant commands within a person's mind upon eye contact in a manner comparable to hypnosis. Activation of his Geass is visually represented by the manifestation of a Geass sigil in his left eye. Commands dictated in this state are written into the minds of the designated targets once the sigil projects from his eye to theirs. Lelouch could initially toggle Geass activation at will, but subsequently loses this control to an affliction known as Geass runaway. In the second season, C.C. gives Lelouch a contact lens that blocks his Geass, but indicates that his Geass will eventually grow powerful enough to render it ineffective. Lelouch's Geass evolves to cover his other eye in episode 21, but he receives a second contact to cover it. Of all the Geass abilities in the series, Lelouch's has been explored the most, and also seems to have the most restrictions and side effects of any Geass introduced:
* Only effects the nervous system.
* Commands must be issued verbally.
* The victim must make direct eye contact for commands to be issued. The maximum effective distance is 272 meters. Line of sight via a reflective surface is sufficient for the effect to occur. After his Geass evolves, he can give commands to the victim without maintaining direct eye contact. The effective range has also been increased.
* Commands may be issued only once to any given individual, but any number of commands may be issued at initial application so long as eye contact is unbroken. Since Jeremiah's Geass Canceler negates all Geass effects, those exposed to it may be commanded once again.
* The victim will not perform any action disallowed by their physical or mental capabilities, though they will try to carry out the command to the best of their ability. For example, a victim will not be able to correctly answer a question they don't know the answer to, but will direct the user to someone who can if they are able. However, commands that affect the mind or consciousness, such as telling the victim to forget something, will take effect despite the fact that the victim could not normally force themselves to do so.
* An action will be carried out for as long as dictated in its command, or upon the indicated conditional circumstance. Eye contact does not need to be maintained for command execution to occur. No upper limit has been established, but the conditional command Lelouch gives Suzaku is still in effect more than a year later.
* The victim's memories for the duration of command issue and execution are sealed and cannot be recalled.
* As demonstrated in Princess Euphemia's response to the command that she kill the Japanese, a victim may resist a commanded action to some degree if it is utterly repugnant and morally incomprehensible to them.

So long as the above conditions are met, commands may be issued to anybody besides those that had gained immortality and to any number of individuals at once. Those under the effect of Geass have a red outline on their pupils, presumably a visual cue for the viewer since the characters never point it out.

Intellect

Even without his Geass, Lelouch is a formidable opponent. He is highly intelligent, possessing a genius-level intellect, and is capable of devising and executing strategies with incredible speed and precision. The series repeatedly demonstrates Lelouch's mental acuity; ranging from his superb skill in playing chess, to an incident in Stage 14, when Mao says C.C.'s name, Lelouch instantly comes up with fourteen different possibilities for Mao's identity - including the correct one. In the audio dramas, Suzaku says that, when they were children, Lelouch devised a secret sign language containing over 500 words. In Stage 17, Lelouch proves his tactical ability by predicting the Lancelot's actions exactly thanks to his study of past battles, allowing Kallen and the Four Holy Swords to almost defeat the Lancelot (only Suzaku's reflexes saved his life). His intelligence is also parodied in one humorous Sound Episode, which has the Student Council members acting suspicious, and Lelouch racing through possible explanations and cover-ups with increasing speed (though it turns out that they were acting strange because he had some rice on his cheek from his lunch).

Physical


Physically, Lelouch is underwhelming. He possesses the physical prowess of a teenager who engages in little to no strenuous physical activity. Thus, one of Lelouch's traits is the inability to run very fast or for any substantial period of time. Within the series, this is usually played for comedic effect, as Lelouch is constantly outpaced by his classmates in every situation, and even the most simple tasks requiring manual labor exhaust him before he manages to accomplish anything significant. This joke is taken to its logical conclusion in the second season, where it is revealed that Lelouch is supposed to attend remedial physical education classes, but skips them as often as possible. This creates problems when Sayoko poses as Lelouch: she is a master of martial arts, and hence far more athletic than Lelouch himself. Lelouch laments the problem and decides to have Sayoko attend his gym classes to fix it.

Lelouch is also shown to be very talented at most domestic skills including cooking and sewing; it has been stated that this comes as a result of his taking care of himself and Nunnally for seven years. He has been shown to be an excellent cook, and is usually the one cooking the food for parties held by the Student Council, both because the others (except Milly) are terrible cooks and nobody else can meet his exacting requirements (such as measuring ingredients to three significant decimals).

Lelouch also has some skill with firearms, usually brandishing a Britannian pistol when threatening someone. His Knightmare piloting skill has been shown to be proficient but not exceptional; he is a capable pilot by himself, though he tends to be overwhelmed by Suzaku and other pilots with more advanced Knightmares at their disposal. When Lelouch pilots a standard Knightmare on the battlefield, he is typically accompanied by Kallen, who is an elite Knightmare pilot and the leader of his personal squad, Squad Zero. After commandeering the Gawain, Lelouch co-pilots it with C.C., controlling the weapons and command functions while C.C. handles navigation and flight. After the Black Knights are exiled from Japan, Lelouch pilots the ShinkirĊ, which has the most powerful defense of any Knightmare. He also shows a level of ambidexterity as he is able to control either side of the ShinkirĊ's keyboard-based controls with both hands. Though he could not defeat them, Lelouch managed to hold his own against the Knights of Rounds during the second battle of Tokyo.

Bio:
Spoiler:
Lelouch was born in December 5 1999 as Lelouch vi Britannia the
black haired son of the Emperor of Britannia, Charles zi Britannia, and
the late Imperial Consort Marianne, making Lelouch the Eleventh Prince of the Holy Britannian Empire.[4]
He was seventeenth in line to Imperial throne prior to his mother's
assassination, an event which also left his sister blind and crippled.
A ten year old Lelouch confronted the Emperor afterward and accused him
of leaving his mother defenseless, even going as far as renouncing his
entitlement to the throne. In response, his father banished him to
Japan, where he was used as a political hostage in the Sakuradite conflict.
It was during his stay at the Kururugi household that he first met Suzaku Kururugi, with whom the young Lelouch did not interact initially in a friendly manner,[5]
before later becoming friends. However, when Britannia finally
developed its Knightmare Frames, they decided to invade Japan to seize
control of the Sakuradite mines, consequently discarding Lelouch's use
as a diplomatic tool. Lelouch, fearing for his and his sister's safety,
hid their true identities and sought the help of the Ashford family,
who were his mother's allies.
His mother's death and his father's apparent lack of concern in
regards to it were huge blows to Lelouch. He always felt that it was
unfair for both his mother and sister, and therefore made it his goal
to pursue a better world for Nunnally.
He also seeks to discover the true reason for his mother's death, as
she was murdered in the Ares Imperial Palace, a place terrorists would
be unlikely to penetrate successfully without being noticed, if at all.
Lelouch possesses very strong philosophical beliefs: beliefs that
define both his actions and his motivation for them. Perhaps his most
notable is that he is against his father's beliefs of social Darwinism.
He believes the world can live in cooperation rather than competition
and conflict. To achieve this aim, he believes that the ends justify
the means; he is willing to commit evil if it means bringing down a
worse evil in the process. Lastly, Lelouch has strong beliefs
concerning death and killing. He believes (and states it several times)
that the only people who should kill should be those who are themselves
prepared to be killed; he welcomes fair combat and will not tolerate massacre.

Race: human


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Re: Lelouch Lamperouge

Post by Ely- on Sun Nov 29, 2009 1:51 pm

Well if your planning to use hypnosis on someone with your character then first ask the person your roleplaying with if it's okay that you use it on his/her character.

Also add his personality, his bio and if you read the character template then it would be easier

http://animeaddicted.forumotion.co.uk/rules-f33/character-template-used-for-all-t10.htm

Anyway,
You already got a few of them but you didn't show his; biography, personality, race like is he human or isn't he human and items/weapons if he carries any
So if you add those things then I'll approve your character ^^
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Re: Lelouch Lamperouge

Post by UltimateKurosakiX on Sun Nov 29, 2009 2:00 pm

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Re: Lelouch Lamperouge

Post by Ely- on Sun Nov 29, 2009 2:16 pm

Kay, approved have fun. ^^
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