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Despite the fact that C.C. was eventually crushed by the pressure of the deep sea (though her immortality allowed her to recover once she surfaced), Jeremiah somehow escaped that fate, ending up as an ally of [[V.V.]] Jeremiah's implants appear to have been almost completely internalized, though his left eye is still noticeably cybernetic. He wears an orange mask with an opaque eyepiece over the eye, and clothing very similar to a [[Knight of Rounds]]. He appears to be aware of Lelouch's identity as Zero and mentions with adjustments neither Lelouch or C.C. will be a match for him, which [[Bartley Asprius]] and his research team are reluctantly helping to complete. The [[Geass Canceler]] negates the effects of other Geass, which includes restoring memories suppressed or modified through Geass abilities. In the case of Lelouch's Geass, it also removes the immunity gained from being exposed, so those "canceled" can be affected by it once more. Though Jeremiah is not immune to the effects of other Geass, he can negate their effects by himself, including [[Rolo]]'s paralyzing Geass. Other modifications include retractable blades attached to his wrists and bulletproof armor. His cybernetic eye can also see beyond the visible light spectrum. Though the modifications make Jeremiah a formidable opponent, the presence of [[sakuradite]] in his artificial components allows [[Gefjun Disturbers]] to paralyze him; though he can continue to move, doing so nearly kills him since his cybernetic life support systems are inactive.
 
Despite the fact that C.C. was eventually crushed by the pressure of the deep sea (though her immortality allowed her to recover once she surfaced), Jeremiah somehow escaped that fate, ending up as an ally of [[V.V.]] Jeremiah's implants appear to have been almost completely internalized, though his left eye is still noticeably cybernetic. He wears an orange mask with an opaque eyepiece over the eye, and clothing very similar to a [[Knight of Rounds]]. He appears to be aware of Lelouch's identity as Zero and mentions with adjustments neither Lelouch or C.C. will be a match for him, which [[Bartley Asprius]] and his research team are reluctantly helping to complete. The [[Geass Canceler]] negates the effects of other Geass, which includes restoring memories suppressed or modified through Geass abilities. In the case of Lelouch's Geass, it also removes the immunity gained from being exposed, so those "canceled" can be affected by it once more. Though Jeremiah is not immune to the effects of other Geass, he can negate their effects by himself, including [[Rolo]]'s paralyzing Geass. Other modifications include retractable blades attached to his wrists and bulletproof armor. His cybernetic eye can also see beyond the visible light spectrum. Though the modifications make Jeremiah a formidable opponent, the presence of [[sakuradite]] in his artificial components allows [[Gefjun Disturbers]] to paralyze him; though he can continue to move, doing so nearly kills him since his cybernetic life support systems are inactive.
   
Jeremiah is sent by [[V.V.]] to kill Lelouch. The two meet in a train station, where Jeremiah asks Lelouch why he became Zero and betrayed the Emperor. Lelouch tells him that it was to avenge the death of his mother, Empress Marianne, and reveals his real name is Lelouch Vi Britannia. Realizing who Lelouch truly was, and his motivations, he returns to sanity and swears his loyalty to Lelouch in order to redeem his failure to protect Marianne. He now takes the nickname "Orange" as a compliment, seeing it as the name of his loyalty. During the second battle of Tokyo, he is piloting the [[Sutherland Sieg]], which was salvaged from the destroyed Siegfried. Jeremiah once again reunites with Suzaku during the battle discussing about their beliefs only to end up fighting Gino instead who surprises him. In the aftermath of the [[F.L.E.I.J.A.]]'s detonation, Jeremiah restrains an enraged Lelouch as the Black Knights retreat to reform their battle line. He then leaves to search for Nunnally, and comes across Suzaku in the crater left behind by the explosion. He considers their relationship is a peculiar one, in that Suzaku rescued him once despite Jeremiah having framed him, and muses that they are destined to be enemies before leaving to continue his search. After the [[Black Knights]] betray Zero, they report him as dead to the world, Jeremiah included. Jeremiah does not seem convinced and asks to see Zero's face, but [[Ohgi]] dodges the request. He later rejoins Lelouch after he takes the throne.
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Jeremiah is sent by [[V.V.]] to kill Lelouch. The two meet in a train station, where Jeremiah asks Lelouch why he became Zero and betrayed his father. Lelouch tells him that it was to avenge the death of his mother, Empress Marianne. After hearing Lelouch's motivations, he returns to sanity and swears his loyalty to Lelouch in order to redeem his failure to protect Marianne. He now takes the nickname "Orange" as a compliment, seeing it as the name of his loyalty. During the second battle of Tokyo, he is piloting the [[Sutherland Sieg]], which was salvaged from the destroyed Siegfried. Jeremiah once again reunites with Suzaku during the battle discussing about their beliefs only to end up fighting Gino instead who surprises him. In the aftermath of the [[F.L.E.I.J.A.]]'s detonation, Jeremiah restrains an enraged Lelouch as the Black Knights retreat to reform their battle line. He then leaves to search for Nunnally, and comes across Suzaku in the crater left behind by the explosion. He considers their relationship is a peculiar one, in that Suzaku rescued him once despite Jeremiah having framed him, and muses that they are destined to be enemies before leaving to continue his search. After the [[Black Knights]] betray Zero, they report him as dead to the world, Jeremiah included. Jeremiah does not seem convinced and asks to see Zero's face, but [[Ohgi]] dodges the request. He later rejoins Lelouch after he takes the throne.
   
 
During his conversation with [[Sayoko]], he tells her that she has an odd choice of loyalties (following a Britannian despite being Japanese), and remarks that she, like himself, seems to follow the path of chivalry. [[File:Crazy_Jeremiah.JPG|thumb|left|Jeremiah self-destructing his own knightmare to damage the Mordred.]]He later helps Lelouch in his battle against [[Schneizel]] and the Black Knights and encounters [[Anya Alstreim]]. He manages to break open the Mordred by self-destructing his own Knightmare. He is prepared to kill Anya but spares her life when she mentions to him of having no memories, he realizes that she is under the influence of [[Geass]] and uses his Geass Canceler to restore her memories. Soon after he is one of the first to declare "All hail Lelouch!" when he becomes ruler of the world.
 
During his conversation with [[Sayoko]], he tells her that she has an odd choice of loyalties (following a Britannian despite being Japanese), and remarks that she, like himself, seems to follow the path of chivalry. [[File:Crazy_Jeremiah.JPG|thumb|left|Jeremiah self-destructing his own knightmare to damage the Mordred.]]He later helps Lelouch in his battle against [[Schneizel]] and the Black Knights and encounters [[Anya Alstreim]]. He manages to break open the Mordred by self-destructing his own Knightmare. He is prepared to kill Anya but spares her life when she mentions to him of having no memories, he realizes that she is under the influence of [[Geass]] and uses his Geass Canceler to restore her memories. Soon after he is one of the first to declare "All hail Lelouch!" when he becomes ruler of the world.
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