Does anybody notice this? Full Metal Panic is set in a war, while Code Geass is also set in war either, I figure it out these both series have same identical setting feature, which is these both fighting to prevent anti-terrorist & seek mysterious power like "Whispered" & "Geass":
The crossover story-line (If does really happen) between Code Geass & FMP :
* C.C & Kaname Chidori have the power.
* Arm Slave & Knightmare might work together if The Britannian throne had mention to share power of Geass & Whispered.
* The main villains might take as a same goal, for example:-
- Charles zi Britannia created the Sword of Akasha, a weapon designed to facilitate the Ragnarök Connection, remaking the world into a place without lies by killing "God", which is the collective individual unconsciousness of all mankind.
- Since Gauron is killer assasin, Charles & Gauron probally share the plan to capture C.C & Chidori. Charles seem like to combine Sword of Akasha & Black Technology to create the world become catastrophe & unstoppable.
- Black Technology is who possess by Whispered that outstrips the level of technology that should exist in the world, if Black Technology upgrade Arm Slave, then they mention also wanted upgrade knightmare.
As for Gundam Seed Destiny, i don't know if these any related to another series between Code Geass & Full Metal Panic but plot setting kinda same (I got two reference only):
* Kira Yamato & Suzaku Kurugi wanted the world peacefully again but this might to stop Lelouch & Shinn Asuka achieve their goal.
* Stellar & Euphemia's dead cause Suzaku & Shinn become pyscho & blame the main character, Lelouch & Kira. (LOL).
Yes, i know this sound kinda silly & more like fanfiction but it does make any sense somehow, beside this is "Another Century's Episode" afterall.
You can posted anything about other mecha series like Macross Zero, Aquarion, & etc that related any same setting. I bet why Banpresto choose this series into the series.
BTW, sorry about my language. XP
...I don't think you explained it very well.
Yeah, i know my writing sucks DX & confuse.
What i telling is Code Geass & Full Metal Panic are same universe, if these fiction turn into plot SRW, that kinda make sense to me, in my opinion.
We will have to wait for SRW for some more in depth plot cross overs. Code Geass especially interests me on which side we will be playing, with the Black Knights or with Britannia. I want to see how Geass affects battle as well, especially Suzaku's command, which probably gives him stat boosts or something like afterimage
I understand the "Code Geass and FMP might be the same universe" part, I just don't think the points you bring up are an acceptable or understandable theory.
The first point alone... Code and the Whispered are clearly a completely different ability. Geass may share roots, but is still not the same thing, and would have somewhat different applications. While the Whispered would be of use to Britannia, (particularly in developing the Sword Of Akasha) Gauron and Charles *sharing* a plan is laughable. Charles might employ Gauron, or brainslave him, but he's not going to be anywhere near respected, let alone liked. And, of course, capturing C.C. and Chidori would not be a compatible plan, unless Chidori becomes a Black Knight, or something, which seems not too likely without massive changes to the setting - it's probably just as easy to capture Tessa as it would be to capture a Black Knight from under Zero's nose.
From: Shinichameleon | #004
He wouldn't be the first ACE character to have stats boosts at low health. Lelouch's Geass, though... Useful for plot, not for battles, and it's unlikely that the plot is going to involve Lelouch Geassing his own people, so it might not have any importance at all.
I'm more interested in the throwdown of
Lelocuh/Geass vs Amuro/Newtype Mind
How would THAT ONE work? I don't think Amuro would lie down and take that ****, seeing as his mental status is WAY above a normal human. The same applies to coordinators.
Wish I had a PS3 for the Ad-Hoc party...
Geass isn't a matter of brain power, it's a highly focused form of psychic ability, which logically means that it can only be resisted by other people with psychic abilities - and even other Geass users are vulnerable to it. And Lelouch's mind is also WAY above a normal human, and Amuro's only exceeds precognition and telepathy with the aid of a Newtype enhancer system.
Remember, Lelouch couldn't defeat Mao's Geass, Rolo's Geass or his father's Geass. Lelouch could only match Mao's brainpower, taking up Mao's full ability to read. That is, Lelouch was thinking so much that Mao couldn't think of anything other than what Lelouch was thinking, otherwise, Lelouch could have thought of something that Mao wouldn't notice. And, of course, Mao couldn't resist Lelouch's Geass, though he didn't suffer the memory loss that everyone else did. (or maybe it was a result of being a mind reader?) And Lelouch was helpless against Rolo's Geass, and needed C.C.'s help to fight Charles' and regain his old memories (which wouldn't be of any use to anyone not already in a contract with her), and yet retained the implanted ones as well.
Coordinators? They might be immune to Geass by virtue of not being human, but Lelouch's mind is canonically every bit as powerful as a coordinator, if not more so, considering that Coordinators are shown to only be superior only in the matters of technology, and even then, Orb and the Earth Alliance's Gundams and Astrays were better than anything the Plants had developed until they stole that technology for themselves, and added nukes, which were also not Coordinator tech. And considering the only Coordinator mastermind that we see is Durandal... Yeah, there's nothing important there. And, as above, Coordinators are not psychics.
Newtype... Might be tricky. I expect a great amount of resistance, the likes of which only seen by Euphemia and Nunnally, or perhaps even more. However, even in games, no one has thrown off a Geass, Lelouch's or otherwise, without possessing a more powerful Geass command or manipulation acting directly in conflict with the Geass implanted in them. Or a Geass Canceller. Of course, if anyone has a high enough Newtype skill to deflect a Geass, it's those super-Newtypes that make up the major protagonists and antagonists of UC.
I have to agree the idea of Gauron working together with anyone, let alone Charles, is pretty funny.
Considering, Charles would probably want to control him, and knowing Gauron, he might have some anti-Geass counter measure somewhere on his body. lulz :).
ShadowPhoenix, it doesn't matter if plot was non-canon for crossover but take look at SRW Z, Getter Robo & Aquarion are same combine sequence, while Xabungle & Turn A Gundam's mecha design are same. There are another series pretty look alikeable:
Full Metal Panic & Gundam 00 :
Sagara Sosuke & Setsuna have same history either :
- both are Islam
- both change identity & name
- both are soilder
- the enemy like Gauron & i don't know what his name like Gauron from Gundam 00 had insteresting about main character.
- both are real robot.
Gundam Seed Destiny & Code Geass :
- Suzaku & Shinn Asuka's girlfriend are dead. (Stellar & Euphemia)
- Suzaku hate Lelouch & Shinn Asuka hate Kira.
- Suzaku & Shinn wanted to revenge.
Gaogaigar & Gravion :
- Almost same design
- Both enemy are come from space.
I don't know if someone trying poinys this up.
Haoh Taikei Ryu Knight & Break Blade :
- both setting have same place, more like Dungeon & Dragon
- both are using magic
That' all i can think about this, we don't talk about plot canon, we talk about the same silmilarities, setting & plot tone.
...You are grasping at straws, sir.
Outside of one main character's mentor, and the main character background history, FMP and Gundam 00 share no similarities. And "Real Robot" isn't a similarity, it's a genre. Not setting, not plot, not tone. One group works for the government, one group are nice terrorists. One is set now, one is set in space in the future. One is half action, half comedy, the other is half action, half WHAT AM I FIGHTING FOR!?
Xabungle and Turn A's mecha are not even remotely similar - especially the title mecha.
Code Geass IS the Anti-Gundam, after all, but your three Destiny-Geass points are actually a single similarity. "Someone killed their gal in tragic circumstances and they hate them for it".
Gravion does NOT look like Gaogaigar (or at least no more than any other giant robot looks like another) - though Compatible Kaiser does look like Gravion, and El Dora Soul does look like Gaogaigar. And "space monsters are enemies" isn't uncommon either. Indeed, everything from Evangelion to Nadesico to Tekkaman uses space monsters as enemies.
Back to the point, Code Geass and Full Metal Panic.
CG: Alternate history, Japan under rule by Evil Racist Empire. With mecha, and shadowy organisations. And psychic brainwashing. Elevens live in poor conditions.
FMP: Alternate history, Japan basically the same as now. But with mecha, and shadowy organisations. And Newtype Mechanics. Japanese live in normal places.
CG: Main character is a nice terrorist with a love... Pentangle?
FMP: Main character works for people who hunt terrorists, and has a love triangle.
CG: Tragedy and action.
FMP: Comedy and action.
Final tally: Code Geass and Full Metal Panic are as similar to each other as Godannar and Evangelion are.
From: ForteXeroX | #008
And Charles already has plenty of psychotic assassins and murderers working for him. Outsourcing to someone who wants to get paid for it when you don't have to is bad business.