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The Audio Dramas for Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion R2 are meant to be funny and are not considered canon. They often depict absurd or impractical situations with characters that would have no real way of interacting outside of these audio dramas. As an exception, the Kaguya drama shows interaction between Kaguya and Lelouch as children, in a very serious character-building moment.

Fantasy Battle! Lelouch vs. Suzaku[]

  • Released: July 2, 2008

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Kallen/C.C. - The Record of a Beautiful Rebellion[]

  • Released: July 2, 2008

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Naked Lelouch[]

  • Released: August 6, 2008

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The House of Kururugi/Dwelling of Evil Spirits/A Really Scary Geass[]

  • Released: August 6, 2008

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Mr. Geass Academy Rebellion[]

  • Released: September 3, 2008

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A Hundred Geass Ghost Stories[]

  • Released: September 3, 2008

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This drama is set up around most of the R2 Student council who are gathered in some scary place and tells each other some scary stories; (Hyaku Monogatari, the title of this sound drama, means the hundred stories, it's a way to call ghost stories in Japan) Most of them just tells some unfortunate or crazy events which happened to them, not understanding the whole concept of scary stories, until Suzaku takes the lead and tells them a real scary story, which keeps them on the edge and eventually really frighten thems; Eventually Villetta arrives as they put an end to the session and it all ends up as they notice something strange and realize there is a real ghost amongst them, leading them all to run away while screaming.

Welcome to Lloyd and Cecil's Knightmare-san[]

  • Released: October 1, 2008

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Lelouch's Impossible Part-time Jobs[]

  • Released: October 1, 2008

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Ctaked C.C.[]

  • Released: November 5, 2008

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Nunna-chan of the Oden Shop[]

  • Released: November 5, 2008

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Lululu Goukon Rhapsody[]

  • Released: December 3, 2008

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Lelouch has organized a meeting to celebrate something with Rolo, Gino and Jeremiah, when unexpectedly Suzaku, Schneizel, Xing-ke and Lloyd join them. Rolo says that he mistakenly forgot to invite the girls to the party, although in actuality, it was intentional. They decide to continue without them, and Lelouch suggests that everyone come up with a flirtatious phrase. Assuming it's for a girl, they agree. Suzaku is declared the best by the others (Rolo is courted by Xing-ke and Lloyd makes fun of them), whereas Lelouch failed to come up with anything. He uses his Geass on all of them, and first orders them to love him, then to die if they do not love him. Jeremiah deactivates it both times. Gino proposes they play "the game of the king." Lelouch initially refuses, but Schneizel bothers him until he agrees to join. Rolo turns out to be the king, and gives the order that numbers 3 and 6 need to eat a single chocolate Pocky at once. These turn out to be Suzaku and Lelouch. They each refuse to back down, and both end up playing. After neither of them is willing to stop, they both eat through their half of the pocky and kiss in the middle. Everyone laughs, but Lelouch forces them all to play as well so they suffer as he did.

Motorcycle Man Jeremiah[]

  • Released: December 3, 2008

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Kaguya Sumeragi, Deceived by a Demon[]

  • Released: December 3, 2008

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A flashback to Lelouch's "Summer of happiness" in Japan, it features a younger Kaguya, an arrogant brat. After being scolded for tricking and picking on Suzaku, she runs into the nearby forest. Getting lost, she runs into a shadowed "demon", an unrecognised Lelouch, who avoids correcting her for his amusement, leading to a discussion on being an heir, and doing what you want.

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