C.C. (Code Geass)

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Kate Higgins

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In the anime, her Japanese voice actress is Yukana Nogami while she is voiced by Kate Higgins in the English dub.
She has also voiced CC in Code Geass and Saber in the original Fate/stay night.

Code Geass: Lelouch of the Re;surrection

In the events of the 2019 film Code Geass: Lelouch of the Re;surrection, which takes place a year after the events of the recap movies, C.C is revealed to have been looking after Lelouch after he survived his Requiem Zero gambit yet lost his mind from the ordeal.

Code Geass

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C.C. is the pseudonym of a fictional character in the Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion franchise by Sunrise. Introduced as a captive human test subject of the villainous Holy Britannian Empire, C. C. is revealed to be an immortal young woman with special powers called the Geass.
Set in an alternate timeline, the series follows the exiled prince Lelouch vi Britannia, who obtains the "power of absolute obedience" from a mysterious woman named C.C. Using this supernatural power, known as Geass, he leads a rebellion against the rule of the Holy Britannian Empire, commanding a series of mecha battles.

Suzaku Kururugi

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The two then leave for Kamine Island to re-enter the Sword of Akasha, rescuing Suzaku Kururugi along the way.
Despite not possessing a Geass power, Suzaku has the peculiar ability to detect C.C. and others who grant the power of Geass.

Yukana

Yukana Nogami
In the anime, her Japanese voice actress is Yukana Nogami while she is voiced by Kate Higgins in the English dub.
Her major roles include Azuki in Azuki-chan, Yuri Tanima in Wedding Peach, Meiling Li in Cardcaptor Sakura, Tessa in Full Metal Panic, Honoka Yukishiro (Cure White) in Futari wa Pretty Cure, Ulrike in Kyo Kara Maoh!, Yumiko Tomi in Fafner in the Azure, C.C. in Code Geass, Cecilia Alcott in Infinite Stratos, Kale in Dragon Ball Super and Kanna in Inuyasha.

Kallen Stadtfeld

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C.C. intervenes in her Lancelot so he can escape, and battles her former Black Knight co-pilot Kallen Stadtfeld.
Kallen appears early in the first episode, driving a truck with C.C.'s capsule, and then providing cover by fighting Jeremiah in a Glasgow.

Lelouch Lamperouge

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Sardonic, stubborn, and mysterious, she can give Geass powers to others, which she does to main protagonist Lelouch Lamperouge.
In the series, Lelouch is a former prince from the superpower Britannia who is given the power of the "Geass" by a witch known as C.C. Using the Geass and his genius-level intellect, Lelouch becomes the leader of the resistance movement known as The Black Knights under his alter ego Zero to destroy the Holy Britannian Empire, an imperial monarchy that has been conquering various countries under control from his father.

List of Anime Grand Prix winners

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After she placed in third as the most popular female character in Animage magazine's 29th Anime Grand Prix, she won first place the following two years, in 2007 and 2008 (see list of Anime Grand Prix winners).

Sunrise (company)

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C.C. is the pseudonym of a fictional character in the Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion franchise by Sunrise.

Anime

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With her real name kept from the audience, she first appeared in the 2006 initial anime season, and afterwards has appeared in many manga, OVA, anime, and video game spinoffs.

Manga

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With her real name kept from the audience, she first appeared in the 2006 initial anime season, and afterwards has appeared in many manga, OVA, anime, and video game spinoffs.

Original video animation

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With her real name kept from the audience, she first appeared in the 2006 initial anime season, and afterwards has appeared in many manga, OVA, anime, and video game spinoffs.

Video game

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With her real name kept from the audience, she first appeared in the 2006 initial anime season, and afterwards has appeared in many manga, OVA, anime, and video game spinoffs.

Human subject research

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Introduced as a captive human test subject of the villainous Holy Britannian Empire, C. C. is revealed to be an immortal young woman with special powers called the Geass.

Mecha

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She becomes an ally and protector of Lelouch, at times piloting a mech and leading the paramilitary group the Black Knights to do so.

Pseudonym

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C.C. is a pseudonym, and her real name is never shared with the audience.

Straitjacket

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In the first season she mainly wears a white straitjacket bondage suit, which the Britannian Empire had used to restrain her for tests prior to the series.

Bondage suit

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In the first season she mainly wears a white straitjacket bondage suit, which the Britannian Empire had used to restrain her for tests prior to the series.

Death by burning

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She has survived being burned at the stake, beheaded by a guillotine, and placed in an iron maiden.

Guillotine

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She has survived being burned at the stake, beheaded by a guillotine, and placed in an iron maiden.

Iron maiden

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She has survived being burned at the stake, beheaded by a guillotine, and placed in an iron maiden.

Telepathy

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This is later revealed to be telepathic communication, Lelouch's deceased mother Marianne being among the recipients.

Pizza

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C.C. has a strong liking for pizza, at times risking the exposure of her identity to obtain it.

American Revolution

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Alive for hundreds of years, she speaks to Lelouch of Washington's Rebellion, referring to George Washington and Benjamin Franklin as if she had been close with both.

George Washington

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Alive for hundreds of years, she speaks to Lelouch of Washington's Rebellion, referring to George Washington and Benjamin Franklin as if she had been close with both.