If Lelouch and Aizen were both camp counselors, who would lead their team to victory in a rousing game of capture the flag?
Rules/SettingThe rules of the game are simple. The camp is divided into two different territories. Players must capture the other team’s flag, and return back into their territory without being tagged. Tagging a player in enemy territory will send that player into jail, and must stay their until a teammate sets them free. Both Lelouch and Aizen have their signature powers, and they themselves can not either tag enemy players, or pick up the flag. Just to set things clear, Lelouch does not have access to Knightmare Frames, and Aizen does not have any of his underlings or the Hogyoku, or the ability to use kido. Each team consists of 20 children.
Now for the setting, each team’s territory has a heavily wooded area where the flag is hidden, and a large field in the middle.
LelouchUsing his power, the Geass, Lelouch has “the power of absolute obedience”, the power to obey him without question to the best of their ability. However, he can only use this once per person.
That’s not all, Lelouch is also a genius-level intellect and strategist that is capable of leading a small band of men to victory over an empire. Rumor has it that when he was a child he created a secret sign language that contained over 500 words. But on the flip side Lelouch is terribly out of shape.
AizenAizen’s shikai has the ability of “complete hypnosis”, which gives him the ability to control a persons five senses completely. No one is immune to the hypnosis, and can last forever. All Aizen has to do is release his sword in order for the hypnosis to be complete.
He is also a master tactician, master manipulator, and master strategist. One of his schemes has spanned over a hundred years, and still has not derived from his original plan.
The BattleI can just imagine what kind of pre-game lecture these kids will receive, I almost feel sorry for them. Aizen will most likely first release his sword in front of his own teammates so that they will fall victim to his hypnosis, the same with Lelouch; however I don’t believe Lelouch will geass all his children until he knows the battle field better.
I believe the real match will start when a member of the opposing team is sent to jail. Once their they have the high probability of being either geassed, or hypnotized. Thusly once they are released from jail the corrupted child can then lead the opposition to the flag. So it would be in everyone’s best interest to not rescue anyone from jail.
In the end every child is going to be tainted by both powers, pawns for their counselors. What it is going to come down to is communication between players and maybe a little bit of luck.
The OutcomeIn the end this will be a very close match, but I believe the winner will be Lelouch. The power of complete hypnosis is wonderful and all, but I think Lelouch’s geass has the ability to even command someone that is hypnotized, thusly giving him an edge. Unlike Aizen, Lelouch is familiar with commanding small teams, basically accustomed to being the underdog. Most importantly without Kubo, Aizen has lost most of his power.
What do you think would win this epic battle? Who would you like to see go head to head next?