Everybody has been saying that they want "something more" out of Code Geass, but nobody has said anything specific. I would like to hear any ideas on the subject, no matter how ludicrous. In fact, the crazier the idea, the more I get to mock it!
Here's how I think it should go down; The only things that are even remotely intelligent about what should follow the series' ending all revolve around the f-ing haycart.
My idea is much more ingenious:
My idea is based off of the following character traits of Lelouch Lamperouge:
a.) He has been shown to flagrantly disregard the rules of combat & warfare, the welfare of the lives of others, and his own morals for the benifit of his best-laid-plans.
b.) He is in possesion of the most brilliantly hand-crafted mind with the intelect second to none and he damn-well knows how to use it to his advantage.
c.) He is in possesion of the Code.
The basis behing the plot is that it is many, many years later, enough so that all that he has known, friends, family, possibly even the last remnants of Brittania, have faded into the winds, and Lelouch is filled with regret and of what could-have-been. He pinpoints the timeframe at which he can change his life for the better, and then ponders the involvement of Geass abilities procuring his escape to his past.
In order to resolve his predicament he crafts his own Time-Travel Geass through the manipulation over the years of a young and impessionable soul; during the early years of said-kid, Lelouch would subject aforementioned youth to traumatizing moments throughout his younger years without him knowing that Lelouch was behind the ordeals, such as the death of his parents and/or loved ones, the loss of a dearly beloved pet, those kinds of horrific incidences, in order for him to want to go back and change the past more than anything (what determines the ability that the Geass user gets is the thing the desire most in their subconscious mind. For example, what Lelouch wanted most was to bend others to his will, and C.C. was alone and lonely for her entire life, and wanted to be loved).
What would further increase the substantiality plot is if he really did get his Code from C.C., which would imply that he was completely alone for the entirety of his current span of Immortality. This would give him another reason to desire a new beginning.
I understand that my plot outline is a little sketchy, but you get the drift.
All Hail Lelouch!