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I see an inherent problem with Geass.

There are 2 different things that going on.
There are things that are going on in the human world.
And there are things that are going beyond the human world.

Zero, despite being the main character does not care for things that are going beyond the human world

He never once questions CC about these things.

This puts him in an awkward position. This will be a significant problem later on as the production staff will have to make a choice.

How deep are they going to delve into the supernatural? The more they go into that, the more they destroy the original tone of the story.

Do you honestly think Geass will end with just politics? Will there be smooth transition, or will it become another Utawarerumono?