Forgive me if this sounds like a sappy or incredibly obvious question, but in regards to Lelouch in Season 2 (or R2 as it's usually called) . . . do you think he quietly thought of Euphemia as he continued his rebellion?
Mind you, this is more of a personal question than a simple asking of "what happened" during Season 2.
I know he hardly ever mentioned Euphie verbally OR mentally unless the circumstances brought her up. And given Lelouch's mission and responsibilities as Zero, he probably didn't have time or could have allowed such emotions like guilt or grief to distract him.
Lelouch wears many masks after all, both physical and emotional.
But given the weight of Euphie's death and what Lelouch unintentionally did to her and made her do, do you think he was quietly suffering from it? In all his planning and scheming, in all the times he looked at Suzaku or the Japanese with a straight face . . . do you personally think Lelouch bottled up a lot of his pain for Euphie and hid it away?
Wasn't that also part of the Zero Requiem? While gathering all the world's hatred and focusing it on himself, was Lelouch also trying to make amends to Euphie and the Japanese for what happened, for ALL who have died and suffered, both before and after?
What are your feelings or opinion on the matter?