You do not have permission to edit this page, for the following reason: Hi, welcome to Code Geass Wiki!Please log in to edit this wiki.Joining Wikia is free, and it only takes a minute.We hope that you sign in, and become a member of the community!Click here to join this wiki You can view and copy the source of this page. ==Similarity In Other Media== *The concept of [[Ragnarök]] is very similar to the [[w:c:evangelion:Human Instrumentality Project|Human Instrumentality]] of ''Neon Genesis Evangelion'', both in the idea and the way it is carried out, a plan where a secret cabal of the worlds' elite and powerful work to unite all of humanity into a single entity with the purpose of evolving/saving it. The major difference is that Ragnarök united all beings, living or dead, while it's up to interpretation if the Human Instrumentality Project united only living humans or if it united all humans who ever lived. Another difference is that Ragnarök was ultimately stopped, while the Human Instrumentality Project was partially successful. *Ragnarök is also the name of what is essentially the apocalypse in Norse mythology. People would supposedly lose their senses and commit all kinds of atrocities. Many of the Gods died. Odin is swallowed whole by Fenrir, Fenrir has his jaw destroyed and his heart stabbed by Víðarr, Jörmungandr (the world serpent of Midgard) and Thor meet in combat and kill each other, Freyr dies fighting Surtr, Týr and the hound Garmr kill each other, Loki and Heimdallr kill each other. Surtr sets the world on fire, and the earth sinks below the sea, killing all but two people. Eventually the earth rises from the water beautiful and lush, and is repopulated. This somewhat mirrors Charles' plan, killing the Gods and essentially destroying humanity to remake it into what he perceives as beautiful and right. [[Category:Terminology]] [[Category:World of Code Geass]] Return to Ragnarök. Retrieved from "https://codegeass.fandom.com/wiki/Ragnarök"