‘Code Geass’ Season 2 Spoilers, News & Update: Lelouch Did Not Die in Sesaon 2, ‘Lelouch of the Resurrection’ Plot revealed?
"Code Geass" fans are very excited about the Season 3 of the series. It has been 10 years since the show bid goodbye and the fans are enthusiastic to know more about Season 3 and its plot. Many conjectures are already out. The protagonist Lelouch died in the season 2 and now he is returning. Although fans are excited about Season 3 they are perplexed about how the series make a turn.
There are many predictions about "Code Geass" Season 3. It has been speculated that a new villain will surface in Season 3 and would force Lelouch to reveal himself. A YouTuber NextLevelNoobs has made a video analysis which is indicating that Lelouch is immortal as he possesses the power of the code. The YouTuber revealed that Lelouch has obtained the code from his father whom he killed in Season 2.
In a Quora discussion, Megan O'Malley has stated that Lelouch might have got the code from his father. Nunnally touched Lelouch's hand while he was dying and immediately saw the flashbacks and scenes revealing his ultimate plan. O'Malley emphasized that in most of the anime stories this could happen to those who touch someone with the code. The scenes were not memories and Nunnally was getting information from Lelouch.
CC's speech which seems to be addressed to Lelouch at the end of Season 2 triggered a new theory. Some stated that Lelouch is the driver of the crane in which CC was laying. O'Malley pointed that the Driver was given special attention in the last scene which would not have happened in the case of a side character. This suggests that he was Lelouch and he was hiding. O'Malley added that anime fans are aware of the symbolism used in their series'. In her opinion, the symbolism used at the end of "Code Geass" Season 2 indicating that Lelouch was alive.
Till now there is no confirmation on all this conjectures on "Code Geass" Season 3 "Lelouch of the Resurrection". Further details about Season 3 will be announced only in 2017.