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  1. Milfeulle says:


  2. Flash Gordon says:

    I’m fairly certain that this means you’re a faggot.

  3. muizz93 says:


  4. Derp says:

    What the hell so many white pieces ganging on black ones.

  5. Mastershadow says:

    Because his king would then have you in check.

  6. J3N0V4 says:

    If you aren’t old enough to get it you’re not old enough to post

  7. Myself says:


  8. Jiggling Jiggles says:

    Whoa! For a second, I thought this was a Code Geass OVA release.

  9. Links says:

    Wow. That is bad, seeing that white has an overwhelming advantage over black. I do not see how it is possible for black to turn the tables around, unless white purposely makes serious blunders. And the king can’t suicide by moving there; that’s illegal. Perhaps Lelouch could win… Somehow…

    • Basement Dad says:

      Lol, hope you’re joking and forgot the tags. White is CHECK MATE. Awesome checkmate btw. King & Pawn vs. a whole lot of clusterfuck.

      • bobby says:

        lol, the black king can’t check the white king, that’s why he can’t move, check your rules, son. something is very wrong. also, check the chat box and stop thinking that Code Geass actually got it right

  10. M@ye says:

    Black King can’t check? racist…

  11. Crazero says:

    TL Note: Schneizel just made an illegal move in chess, so it doesn’t make sense that he could say checkmate, he might possily say sheck but the use of the term here is wrong. The only way this could be a legal move is if this were blitz chess, also known as “Fast Chess”. However, n this scene, it is never declared that are playing “Fast Chess”, and neither of the players are using closcks to time their turns in the game. (Source: /a/)

  12. Crazero says:

    TL Note 2: The reason why Schneizel did this is because the game was going to turn into a threefold rep. By pulling this illegal move, he is able to gain insight into Zero’s personality, and “un-mask” part of him, thus fulfilling his victory condition in a subtle and Schneizel-ish manner. To look at the picture more properly, think of the chess board not as a game but as battlefield. Zero’s other options were to take his King, which would have made him similar to his father, or to call Schneizel out on make an illegal move, which would have made Zero look dumb since “lol rules of war”. What Zero chose to do was keep his pride and run away from a free victory. Furthermore, by placing his King behind a pawn instead of any other open tile, Zero symbolically shows cowardice.

    • anu says:

      What’s this, Lelouch vs. Schneizel part two?

      • nx6 says:

        They’re the “extra detailed” version of the translator’s notes on that scene in CGR2. Not sure if anyone ever muxxed them into a real release, though.

  13. marek1712 says: