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Lost Colors[]

In Code Geass: Lost Colors, the video game for the PlayStation 2 and PlayStation Portable, there are several different endings and clips of C.C. involving the main character, Rai. C.C. usually meets with Rai involving his memories and his Geass and is often concerned about him.

After C.C. left Lelouch's room with a box of pizza and entered Rai's room, C.C. then eats at his bed and encountered him. Depending on the first and the second choices the player makes won't affect the ending of the scene. In the first choice, if the player chooses either to "recall the incident at the airport" or "get angry", Rai unknowingly used his Geass on C.C., which she commented that because of her time with Nunnally has Rai manage to remember how to use Geass. C.C. later offered Rai to join the Black Knights, which caught Rai by surprise, and C.C. commented it would be easier to watch over him. This next scene involves the second choice, which won't affect the end. If the player chooses to accept C.C.'s offer, she becomes surprised as she thought he would refuse, which led Rai commenting her knowledge about Geass and trusts her decision. If the player chooses to refuse C.C.'s offer, she tells him not to bear a grudge on her if he unconsciously used Geass on Nunnally, which Rai suddenly thought about it and becomes upset if he were to unknowingly use Geass. This led to Rai deciding to accept her offer if he would prevent others from getting involved.

Nightmare of Nunnally[]


C.C. as she appears during the Hundred Year War.


C.C. as Zero

In the manga spin-off series, C.C. appeared in a capsule with Nemo on her side and was picked up by Lelouch. When Lelouch was about to be killed, C.C. grants him a Geass ability that turns his body into armor. C.C. now sees Lelouch's plan to destroy Britannia with the newly formed Black Knights and acts as his double. In this continuity it is revealed that once, she was known as the "Witch of Britannia" and was the rival and foe of Joan of Arc, who was known as the "Witch of Orleans," it is during their meeting that C.C. received her Scar. During the Hundred Years' War, she served under Henry VI on the English side in the same role as Joan leading the French side. When Lelouch was a child, she saves him from being executed by a disgruntled Genbu Kururugi.

Code Geass: The Manga[]

C.C. is present in the manga with only a few differences in her appearances. She was discovered in a plane crash and she appeared before Lelouch creates a plan to save Suzaku.

Suzaku of the Counterattack[]

Despite the plot differences, C.C.'s role is nearly identical to that of the anime. She is freed by Lelouch and Suzaku and gives Lelouch his Geass. Lelouch then takes C.C. back with him to Ashford Academy. Due to being grievously wounded shortly after freeing her, Suzaku does not recognize C.C.

Code Geass: Renya of Darkness[]

CC - Shikkoku no Renya

C.C. in Shikkoku no Renya

C.C. first appears wearing Portuguese Jesuit Armor when Renya's village was attacked by Isshin Sumeragi and his soldiers. C.C. appears again to grant Renya "Power" but during the contract, something happens and Dash's visage projects out of Renya. Afterward, C.C. told Renya that he failed.

Isshin then attacks Renya and severs his left arm only to find out that it's a false, mechanical one. His arm grows back as a grotesque mechanical manifestation, to which she notes that it isn't a Geass, but rather the first step towards a Curse. C.C. points out that it's strange that Renya isn't qualified to make a contract with her. She decides to follow Renya to the Jesuit base where she observes him from atop the ceiling beams.

After Karasu Tengu abducts Claire li Britannia, she joins Renya to find the person responsible for interfering with her contract, who is found out to be Dash. She is also well known to Lorenzo il Soresi

Another Century's Episode: R[]

C.C. makes an appearance in the fourth title, Another Century's Episode: R video game in her Knightmare Frame, Akatsuki Command Model Zikisan (C.C. Custom), and her Lancelot Frontier. While in battle with Lelouch and the Black Knights in their respective world, unknown black energy has sucked her in with Lelouch and Kallen and transported in Eria, the A.C.E. R's main world.

Code Geass: Nunnally in Wonderland[]

C.C. plays the mischievous, playful Cheshire Cat in Code Geass: Nunnally in Wonderland, a Code Geass parody of Alice in Wonderland. She is shown a few times and seems to be the only character, besides Nunnally, who is happy with the part they were given. During her appearance, she tries to convince Nunnally, much to Lelouch's anger, to not go back home and to stay in Wonderland.

Code Geass: Akito the Exiled[]

In a flashback, it is shown that shortly after the assassinations of her parents Bradow and Claudia von Breisgau, Leila ran into the woods to escape, but falls through a frozen pond. She is rescued by someone who appears to be a nun wearing a white tunic and veil but is revealed to be C.C. Rather than enter a full contract with her, Lelia is given a fragment of Geass that would fade if she did not use it before adulthood.

Super Robot Wars Z2[]

Her memories are restored by Wiseman. She and Chirico pretend to betray ZEXIS to get to Wiseman.

Code Geass: Oz the Reflection[]

C.C. after the First Battle of the Tokyo Settlement reminiscences her times with her contractors and associates before coming out of the ocean with the Gawain and is sorting into the new Zero outfit prior to the returning announcement regarding the continuation of the Black Rebellion and especially beginning the Second Black Rebellion.

Granblue Fantasy[]

Article in Granblue Fantasy Wiki


C.C. is an optional leader for Forestcraft decks.