|Full Name:||Tatewaki Katase
|Birth Date:||a.t.b. 1955|
|Death Date:||a.t.b. August 30, 2017|
|Title:||Leader of the Japan Liberation Front|
|First Appearance:||Guren Dances|
|Last Appearance:||Shirley at Gunpoint|
|Voiced By:||Takehiro Koyama (Japanese)|
Skip Stellrecht (English)
|See Japan Liberation Front|
Being a former military officer of Japan, Katase is a respectable and competent general. His leadership skills was able to hold off Cornelia and the Britannian Military when the JLF were outnumbered and outmatched until Tohdoh and the Four Holy Swords arrived.
First SeasonEditKatase first appears during the Battle of Narita trying to fend off the attacks made by Cornelia and her forces. He continues to hold off until Tohdoh returns along with the Four Holy Swords with the hopes that he will be able to make another miracle out of this battle. As they are losing forces, Zero and The Black Knights appear and use the Guren Mk-II to create a landslide that destroys most of the Britannian forces. Eventually, Tohdoh appears with the Burai Kai and tells Katase to let all the remaining forces help him. However, The Black Knights retreat leaving Katase and the JLF to fend for themselves. This forces Tohdoh to give the order to fall back and take General Katase to safety.
Katase was able to retreat from the battle along with the remaining members of the JLF to Port Yokosuka on a freighter. But, the Britannian Military found their location and another battle ensues. Meanwhile, Lelouch plants a bomb under the freighter which he later denotates it, killing Katase and the rest of the Japan Liberation Front that were with him.
Appearances in Other MediaEdit
Code Geass: The MangaEdit
Instead of Battle of Narita, the battle between Britannia, Zero's resistance, and JLF takes place at Port Yokosuka. Zero infiltrates the JLF ship and Geassed Katase to commit suicide refusing his offer to join him.
Nightmare of NunnallyEdit
Code Geass: Lost ColorsEdit
During the Britannia route Suzaku predicted that Zero was behind the death of Katase noting that Katase would never commit suiside despite not having any hard evidence.