"100th Empress of Holy Britannian Empire"?Edit

Where is it ever said? - Sikon 08:47, November 29, 2009 (UTC)

From the epilogue, we assume that she succeeds her brother. Although I do agree that it is not 100% certain. Perhaps the article should reflect that. - Plau 10:38, November 29, 2009 (UTC)
There is nothing in the epilogue to imply she "succeeds" her brother. He was a tyrant who seized power, and she was previously 89th in line for the throne. Nunnally being called "Nunnally-sama" is the weakest evidence, because all princesses are addressed that way, and she'd still be a princess whether or not she was Empress. (Also, would they really let the Emperor wander around town with just Zero to guard them? C'mon.) Seriously, this should not be stated as fact. Popular fan theories do not canon make. Libekory (talk) 13:56, July 8, 2016 (UTC)
I'm pretty sure that the assumption originates from the fact that the epilogue shows Milly doing a news report about Nunnally arriving in the United States of Japan on a airship after which Nunnally is shown meeting with Ohgi, the Prime Minister of USJ, and shakes hands with him while Schneizel is standing in the background with some guards, implying that Nunnally is in fact the new ruler of Britannia. A reasonable assumption since most of the other royal family members were killed, leaving only Cornelia, a Geassed Schneizel, and according the Oz O2 magna a Geassed Carine.-- 16:00, July 10, 2016 (UTC)
But it's an assumption! Assumptions do not go into good wikis as if they were explicit facts. She could be literally anything. She could be an ambassador. She could be a spokesperson. Never is she actually stated to be ruling Britannia. Never is Britannia stated to still have a monarchy -- for all we know, Nunnally is the duly elected president of Britannia, because we have no actual information to this effect. The wiki should contain facts, while acknowledging popular fan theories... as popular fan theories. Libekory (talk) 17:31, July 10, 2016 (UTC)
I concur. It's a reasonable conclusion to make based on the visuals, but unless an official source says she's the Empress, it should be listed as speculation, not fact. - Sikon (talk) 21:58, November 5, 2017 (UTC)

Profile PictureEdit

I have been wondering that maybe we should change the profile picture since nunnally isn't blind, and I think that we should all come into a mutual agreement on which picture we should use. Why don't we vote on which picture we should use, since that would avoid arguments. If you wish to vote post the url, and then after 2 weeks we will calculate the votes and see the majority. You can only vote once.&nbsp Lelouch Di Britannia 11:41, December 9, 2011 (UTC) Lelouch Di Britannia 10:17, December 12, 2011 (UTC)

Fourth Princess? Edit

Where do we learn she is the Fourth Princess?

Shine like the Moon at Night 14:08, August 18, 2013 (UTC)

I have no idea who added that... Anyway, we don't, really. It's never specifically said. That said, there's a third princess and a fifth, but no fourth, so Nunnally could viably be that fourth princess. But, Nunnally could be sixth, or even seventh, given that we're ignorant of so many of her brothers, and we don't know Carine's birthdate to make a decision either way. Mr SP (talk) 14:16, August 18, 2013 (UTC)
Carine was stated to be younger than Nunnally by Odysseus. And we know Euphemia's age. Based on that, it is safe to say that she is the "fourth princess". Lelouch Di Britannia Talk Page  06:31, August 19, 2013 (UTC)
No, she wasn't, she was stated to be around the same age as Nunnally (Odysseus trying to argue that they should get along because they're close in age), and the order of prince/princess is clearly not just a straightforward "which one is oldest" thing -- but even if it were, Lelouch is the Eleventh Prince, but Seventeenth in line for the throne, so that would seem to indicate that he has at least six older sisters, all of whom would be older than Nunnally. Can we please stick to just stating actual, verifiable facts from canon sources, instead of "pretty good" fan assumptions? Libekory (talk) 17:41, July 10, 2016 (UTC)
Agreed. And for that reason, I'm going to delete the "presumably twelth" markers that people added for some absurd reason. Though for the record, Lelouch being 17th in line for the throne could also indicate that among his elder brothers, there are six children. Male primogeniture (ie, princes over princesses) would not include elder sisters. Though we don't know, and it's possible that it's Guinevere, Cornelia, and 4 assorted siblings, given that Euphemia is 3rd Princess. Mr SP (talk) 03:47, December 28, 2016 (UTC)