What If…The Tyranids Invaded the Code Geass Universe?

What If the Tyranids invaded the Code Geass Universe?

Suggested by BloodChaos

How would Britannia and the Black Knights react?
Would the technology (Nightmares) in Code Geass be able to repel the Tyranids?
How long before the Tyranids completely overwhelm the world?
Would the Geass users be able to affect the Tyranids?

Related Posts:

SHARE THIS POST

  • Facebook
  • Twitter
  • Myspace
  • Google Buzz
  • Reddit
  • Stumnleupon
  • Delicious
  • Digg
  • Technorati
Author: admin View all posts by
Read before commenting! We welcome constructive comments and allow any that meet our common sense criteria. This means being respectful and polite to others. It means providing helpful information that contributes to a story or discussion. It means leaving links only that substantially add further to a discussion.

Comments being disrespectful to others or otherwise violating what we believe are common sense standards of discussion can lead to the banhammer getting used. You can read more about our comments policy here.

56 Comments on "What If…The Tyranids Invaded the Code Geass Universe?"

  1. shaun182 April 26, 2011 at 10:36 am -      #1

    Since there is no limit imposed on the tyranids in this match, everyone in the geass universe will die, rather quickly.

  2. Michael50210 April 26, 2011 at 10:52 am -      #2

    Tyranids will probably lose, because Anime kills everything with its defiance of physics, reality, and scantily-dressed women.

  3. itcheyness April 26, 2011 at 10:57 am -      #3

    40k does the same thing, just with rape demons instead of the scantly clad women.

  4. Belisaurius April 26, 2011 at 11:07 am -      #4

    Now here’s a grey area. Lelouch could use Geass on one ‘nid and end up controlling the entire hive.

  5. The_Assassin711 April 26, 2011 at 11:09 am -      #5

    “How would Britannia and the Black Knights react?”

    The same as just about everyone else.

    “Would the technology (Nightmares) in Code Geass be able to repel the Tyranids?”

    For a little while but not in the long run.

    “How long before the Tyranids completely overwhelm the world?”

    2-3 months at most. (Being Generous..)

    “Would the Geass users be able to affect the Tyranids?”

    I don’t see why not, but would the tyranids be able to gain geass I wonder?

  6. Michael50210 April 26, 2011 at 11:23 am -      #6

    “The same as just about everyone else.”
    Curl into a ball and whimper?

  7. Illkhan April 26, 2011 at 11:29 am -      #7

    I know the Tyranids really well but not much on code geass other than they use mecha’s. Does anyone have feats for the code geass side?

  8. itcheyness April 26, 2011 at 11:39 am -      #8

    Lelouch Geassed the Collective unconsciousness of humanity one time.

    That’s the only thing i can imagine helping

  9. Envoy April 26, 2011 at 1:11 pm -      #9

    Code Geass is a multiverse, the anime would get raped.
    CG:NoN would pretty good, what with time hax and destroy the universe stuffs.

    “Now here’s a grey area. Lelouch could use Geass on one ‘nid and end up controlling the entire hive.”
    It worked on God….

  10. Michael50210 April 26, 2011 at 1:16 pm -      #10

    “It worked on God….”
    Bullshit right there. Fucking Anime.

  11. shaun182 April 26, 2011 at 1:41 pm -      #11

    To be fair it wasn’t god as in the All knowing all powerfu entity sense, but the collective unconsciousness of humanity, which they refer to as god.

    However lelouch could only do this in C’s world where “god” could be found, I don’t know if the tyranid hive mind would work in the same fashion.

  12. itcheyness April 26, 2011 at 2:07 pm -      #12

    Bullshit right there. Fucking Anime.

    Considering that Necrons and Daemons can’t really be killed and Necrons can move at infinite speeds and have basic infantry weapons that can kill tanks, I can’t beleive that a 40Ker is bitching about something being overpowered…

  13. Galorian April 26, 2011 at 3:03 pm -      #13

    Code Geass gets raped.

    Their mechs are nice, but the regular models are earthbound, requiring either aerial transports or rare “float units” to fly (and the former leaves them very vulnerable), and get taken out by weapons that would be downright pathetic by WH40K standards.

    The elite experimental knightmare frames are leagues above the regular models, incorporating integrated flight capabilities, extreme maneuverability and some downright frighting weapons, but there were very few of them ever made- 12 for the knights of rounds, the Guren MK II (or is it III?) for Kallen, the Chinese guy had one, the Gwain for C.C, one for Lelush, and one for Lord Jeremiah aka “Orange”. That makes them 17 super Knightmare frames all told, each with an ace pilot to call its own (some better then others).

    That is unless we use latest incarnation, at which case they have all been destroyed.

    If they are in then they would certainly put up a hell of a fight, both at range (LoS sweeping beams of doom, unidirectional shields, beamspam weapons, high powered mech sized energy blast rifles, and microwave radiation pulse weapons spread across the various models) and in melee (monomolecular blades, all kinds of molecular disruption blades, lances formed of spinning force fields, retractable high powered steel cable mounted super shurikans and microwave hand of doom spread across the various models). Their pilots are nothing to scoff at either.

    However, there aren’t nearly enough of these super knightmares to make a difference against a Tyranid hive fleet, and even if they prove unbeatable (which I doubt) they have a very limited power supply and cannot engage in prolonged fighting without changing energy fillers, which requires someone to survive bringing them one.

    Apart from the Knightmare frames Code Geass’ tech levels aren’t that far ahead of modern day earth, and so far as I know they have not advanced their metallurgical science ahead of ours, which means practically any Tyranid hit will go through CG armor as if it were wet tissue paper.

  14. Michael50210 April 26, 2011 at 3:12 pm -      #14

    @itchy
    Shut up
    @shaun
    Oh, ok. I was afraid for a second.

  15. itcheyness April 26, 2011 at 3:18 pm -      #15

    @assy
    Make me

    No you’re to small

  16. Bloodchaos April 26, 2011 at 4:01 pm -      #16

    “Since there is no limit imposed on the tyranids in this match, everyone in the geass universe will die, rather quickly.”

    Would a splinter fleet be fair enough? Anyways, what tyranids would the nightmares fall to anyways? I can see them getting passed gaunts.

  17. itcheyness April 26, 2011 at 4:13 pm -      #17

    I don’t think there are really any ‘nids that could kill the high-end knightmares in single combat, the only way I see Lancelot/Shehhue/ etc being killed is when they eventually run out of energy, or if the ‘nids score a lucky hit by putting up everything they can and filling the sky above them with acid and pointy things.

    CG is fucked no matter what happens. Unless Lelouch’s Geass can convert the hive mind to his will, which if he does means a military mind that has only suffered set backs when the universe itself sees fit to screw him over has just seized control of one of the most terrifying armies in existence.

    God help us all.

  18. Ryushi April 26, 2011 at 6:16 pm -      #18

    Interesting idea right here — wish I could post my ideas… since I don’t have PayPal.

  19. itcheyness April 26, 2011 at 7:47 pm -      #19

    The payment is just a guarantee that it’ll get on.

    Like a bribe.

  20. Belisaurius April 26, 2011 at 8:25 pm -      #20

    @itcheyness

    Pretty much.
    Fleia might be able to put a dent in ‘nid numbers, but thats just delaying the inevitable.

    Things get really scary if Lelouch manages to seize control of the swarm, then reaches immortal. Not only are one of the most powerful armies in all of 40k under the command of one of the most brilliant generals of all anime, said general can not die.

  21. Fire grot tim April 26, 2011 at 8:34 pm -      #21

    ……..i doubt that he could do that. Even if the emperor of mankind were to try to control the swarm, he would not succeed. To control an unfathomable amount of tyranids would shatter anybodys mind…..i doubt that a chaos god could control the swarm.

  22. Laharl April 26, 2011 at 8:53 pm -      #22

    The control of it is absolute one the command is in.
    You can resist, but it is inevitable Mr.Anderson.
    He will be controlling it with voice, not mind.

  23. Fire grot tim April 26, 2011 at 8:55 pm -      #23

    Pff what do y…..blrrrrrrg….ALL HAIL THE HYPNO-TOAD!!!!!!

  24. Fire grot tim April 26, 2011 at 8:57 pm -      #24
  25. I-speak-braille April 26, 2011 at 8:59 pm -      #25

    Ummm. Any psyker that even tried to make contact with the hive mind, went insane. Primarchs didn’t dare try, and the emperor was KO before the 3 major splinter fleets even showed up. Chaos gods gets shrugged off when they try. Lelouch being able to do something that demi-gods were scared to attempt is something I doubt.

    I watched a small bit of code geass before. Apparently his geass thing only works on the same person once. After that they don’t even notice when he tries. On a side note, this show is the reason I have a faint dislike for british people now.

    “I don’t think there are really any ‘nids that could kill the high-end knightmares in single combat.”

    A harridan maybe. The Doom of Malantai. A lucky acid spore mine. A trygon, if it waited long enough. A lictor, if the knightmare gets too low to the ground.

  26. Laharl April 26, 2011 at 9:02 pm -      #26

    “Apparently his geass thing only works on the same person once. ”
    “I command you to obey me forever” lololollololo
    Once is all you need bro

  27. itcheyness April 26, 2011 at 9:12 pm -      #27

    Now that’s not how you do it Laharl, you have to put some feeling into it!

    I LELOUCH VI BRITANNIA COMMAND YOU!!!! OBEY ME FOREVER!!!!!!

    Or he could just tell them to die…

  28. Laharl April 26, 2011 at 9:25 pm -      #28

    “Or he could just tell them to die…”
    Easiest option.
    The hard part is getting in eye contact with one.
    Think about it the Entire race killed due to one command.

  29. Bloodchaos April 26, 2011 at 10:17 pm -      #29

    Like others said, wouldn’t Lelouch get mind raped by the hive mind if he were to try and use his grass on a tyranid, preferably a hive tyrant? I can see him try, only to momentarily have his mind sucked into the collective conciousness and come face to face with the hive mind. The it proceeds to crush him with it’s immaterial claws, then in the real world lelouch’s head explodes ;)

  30. Bloodchaos April 26, 2011 at 10:19 pm -      #30

    Like others said, wouldn’t Lelouch get mind raped by the hive mind if he were to try and use his geass on a tyranid, preferably a hive tyrant? I can see him try, only to momentarily have his mind sucked into the collective conciousness and come face to face with the hive mind. The it proceeds to crush him with it’s immaterial claws, then in the real world lelouch’s head explodes ;)

  31. man April 26, 2011 at 11:26 pm -      #31

    They won’t have enough pilots. The Genestealers will make sure of that.

    And while we are on topic with Warhammer 40k, I would like to ask if a match between the Ben 10 universe (Alien X does not exist) and Warhammer 40k be fair enough, or would Star Wars or Starcraft be an easier opponent?

  32. Galorian April 27, 2011 at 2:39 am -      #32

    Lelouch’s geass is not a form of telepathy. What it does is make any person who looks him in the eye obey his command (willpower has nothing to do with it). However, I don’t think it would work against someone who isn’t part of humanity’s collective unconsciousness.

    At one point he started having whole battalions of soldiers brought before him and ordered them in mass to become his slaves. He later used these soldiers to “soak up” Shneizel’s nukes.

    Also, the person under the influence of the Geass has no memory of the time he was under its power (the order could lay dormant, activate under preset circumstances, and then become dormant once again without the victim knowing). Just watch episodes 22-23 of season 1 to see how f**ked up the results can be…

  33. shaun182 April 27, 2011 at 4:45 am -      #33

    I doubt that lelouchs power would work on an alien intelligence, however if it did it as already pointed it is not like 40k pyskers powers where a connection must be established, it works but sending out some kind of psionic command, lelouchs wouldn’t even connect to the hive mind,
    his only chance would be to order them to die, since his geass power has a lifespan, shown when he used it on a girl at his school to make crosses on a wall, it was later shown in following season that the crosses stopped with one, only half done showing she must have snapped out of it, and some geass powers can be overcome with a strong enough will power, such as nunnely doess with her fathers geass.

    Now think how bad things would be if the tyranids consumed CC, they would gain immunity to geass, as well as immortality.

  34. man April 27, 2011 at 8:08 am -      #34

    That would be bad, very bad.

  35. Belisaurius April 27, 2011 at 8:11 am -      #35

    “only half done showing she must have snapped out of it, and some geass powers can be overcome with a strong enough will power, such as nunnely doess with her fathers geass. ”

    That’s because she moved away and what physically inable to follow orders.

    “Now think how bad things would be if the tyranids consumed CC, they would gain immunity to geass, as well as immortality.”

    By the same logic, ‘nids would be made of warpstuff after eating a daemon.

  36. shaun182 April 27, 2011 at 8:27 am -      #36

    Daemons are energy, born from the warp, they can’t be consumed for bio mass, CC is clearly organic,she eats, bleeds and so forth, so it’s no where near the same thing.

  37. Belisaurius April 27, 2011 at 8:56 am -      #37

    @shaun182

    CC might be organic, but her powers have nothing to do with her biology. She was born a normal human and she’s still physically a normal human.

  38. shaun182 April 27, 2011 at 9:45 am -      #38

    Her powers must be tied into her physiology some how, since she has been shown to heal from both gunshot wounds to the head and heart, and caused visions through physically interacting with an object,even if her powers are psychic in nature, tyranids have been shown to absorb this aspect of a creature as well.

    However truthfully we can only speculate, since the mechanics of geass, where not deeply explained, and the interaction between the two groups can be done with educated guess work, so neither of us could really prove or disprove what would happen.

    @ I speak braille
    “I watched a small bit of code geass before. Apparently his geass thing only works on the same person once. After that they don’t even notice when he tries. On a side note, this show is the reason I have a faint dislike for british people now”

    You are aware technically speaking they where American and not british, since their homeland is America and Britain in the CG universe is a part of the EU, that opposed britannia, well to go into further detail they are actually neither but a fictional nation based on a alternative history.

  39. itcheyness April 27, 2011 at 10:22 am -      #39

    since his geass power has a lifespan, shown when he used it on a girl at his school to make crosses on a wall, it was later shown in following season that the crosses stopped with one, only half done showing she must have snapped out of it,

    I always assumed that she had been killed part way through…

  40. shaun182 April 27, 2011 at 10:56 am -      #40

    “I always assumed that she had been killed part way through…”

    Lelouch went to great lengths to protect the school and student body,so don’t believe she was killed, but it is possible that she returned to the homeland after the failed rebellion, but it never went into detail about her, it was just strange that the cross was only have finished.

  41. shaun182 April 27, 2011 at 10:58 am -      #41

    Correction- half not have.

  42. Lowk April 27, 2011 at 12:33 pm -      #42

    If I recall all CGverse has is earth so their pretty much done on numbers alone. Though it would be pretty funny if lelouch could do what the citizens of 40k couldn’t.

    “And while we are on topic with Warhammer 40k, I would like to ask if a match between the Ben 10 universe (Alien X does not exist) and Warhammer 40k be fair”

    Ben 10 has got some omega level absurdity stuff going for it, but iirc is lacking regarding military strength and numbers.

  43. Michael50210 April 27, 2011 at 12:58 pm -      #43

    “And while we are on topic with Warhammer 40k, I would like to ask if a match between the Ben 10 universe (Alien X does not exist) and Warhammer 40k be fair””
    That match will last, at maximum, five days. If Kharne gets involved, five hours. If Khorne is involved, five seconds. Yeah, that would be a stomp so stompy that we’d have to make a hall of infamy for matches like that.

  44. Negative Zero April 27, 2011 at 4:23 pm -      #44

    Why does it seem like so many people know all about that fucking Ben10 show? Isn’t just another stupid children’s show?

  45. Paladino April 27, 2011 at 8:14 pm -      #45

    ANIME WINZ THIS BECUZ THEY ALWAYS HAVING TOOOOOO MANYYYYYYY
    RIDICULOUSLY OVERPOWERED CHARACTERS

    which means absolutely silly hoping balanced fictional race winning match against AN VERY RIDICULOUSLY POWERFUL UNIVERSE

  46. Paladino April 27, 2011 at 8:18 pm -      #46

    ANIME WINZ THIS BECUZ THEY ALWAYS HAVING TOOOOOO MANYYYYYYY
    RIDICULOUSLY OVERPOWERED CHARACTERS

    which means absolutely silly hoping balanced fictional race winning match against A VERY RIDICULOUSLY POWERFUL UNIVERSE

  47. man April 28, 2011 at 7:18 am -      #47

    “That match will last, at maximum, five days. If Kharne gets involved, five hours. If Khorne is involved, five seconds. Yeah, that would be a stomp so stompy that we’d have to make a hall of infamy for matches like that.”

    So…how about Star Wars or Starcraft? Which one would be fairer?
    Alien X does not exist.

    As for the topic at hand, I still stick to Genestealers wreaking havoc on a massive scale, leaving Code Geass defenseless when the Tyranids arrive.

  48. Commander Cross April 28, 2011 at 9:40 am -      #48

    @Man

    Couldn’t all the factions go on a massive man-hunt for the Genestealers before the latter gets all the factions?

    That said, we may as well pray that Code Geass’s total forces will at least be able to take out a few dozen hive fleets before the Nids eventually outsmart and outnumber them at the same time, alright?

  49. I-speak-braille April 28, 2011 at 8:19 pm -      #49

    “That said, we may as well pray that Code Geass’s total forces will at least be able to take out a few dozen hive fleets before the Nids eventually outsmart and outnumber them at the same time, alright?”

    ……………1 hive fleet numbers in the billions. It took the entire ultra marines chapter along with the white scars chapter, dozens of PDF’s, and imperial guard regiments to defeat a single hive fleet. In the attempt, the entire 1st company was lost (consisting of all the badasses of the chapter). it turns out that was just a splinter fleet. An army of over a thousand super soldiers with adamantium power armor, billions of guardsmen and help from another super soldier army barely stopped one assault. Code Geass will not be so lucky.

    warhammer40k.wikia.com/wiki/Hive_Fleet_Behemoth

  50. jhud May 2, 2011 at 5:26 pm -      #50

    WOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO Number 50

  51. NayrReco May 3, 2011 at 1:32 pm -      #51

    I know Code Geass fairly well and I have to say that it just gets raped.Knightmares are nowhere near the level Tyranids usually fight.The higher Knightmare Frames such as the Lancelot mite be able to kill the weaker Tyranids but they would just be too overwhelmed by the vast number of Tyranids.As for geass I can not say if it will work ,specifically Lelouche’s, however if I remember correctly Rolo’s did freeze some some background birds in one episode.This of course means nothing as each geass is unique so there is no guarantee that all will work even if one works.As for C.C she is immortal because she possesses a code,which can only be obtained through a fully evolved geass, and given the mysterious nature f geass there is no way to tell whether or not it will be passed into the Tyranids if they did eat a geass user.As for the cross girl it was mentioned in passing that she was sent back to the Britannian homeland.

  52. Lowk May 3, 2011 at 3:07 pm -      #52

    “And while we are on topic with Warhammer 40k, I would like to ask if a match between the Ben 10 universe (Alien X does not exist) and Warhammer 40k be fair”

    No Alien X just means that one particular one. Its like the rest of Ben’s aliens, its part of a entire species; an entire species of reality warping debtors….. My god they’re a race of factpilers.

    “That match will last, at maximum, five days. If Kharne gets involved, five hours.”

    But, they have a Doctor Who rip-off(Professor Paradox lol) who teleports people to other universes. Plus Ben could probably throw him into the sun…..

    “Why does it seem like so many people know all about that fucking Ben10 show?”

    Probably the same reason people read about dudes in tights who can fly faster then the speed of light. For me its a mixture of channel surfing and wikis.

    “ANIME WINZ THIS BECUZ THEY ALWAYS HAVING TOOOOOO MANYYYYYYY RIDICULOUSLY OVERPOWERED CHARACTERS”

    Not always true when compared to things equally absurd and powerful. Like WH40k or MarvelU. In this case anime gets stomps by overwhelming odds.

  53. Gluttonous-Behemoth May 3, 2011 at 8:03 pm -      #53

    If Warhammer 40K went up against the Ben 10 universe, it would be slaughter.

  54. Michael50210 May 3, 2011 at 8:31 pm -      #54

    In the words of aTyranid: “OM NOM NOM NOM!”

  55. man May 3, 2011 at 8:33 pm -      #55

    @ Lowk
    By Alien X, I mean CelestialSapiens.

    Oh, and I haven’t requested this yet, race?

  56. Alzerr June 17, 2012 at 8:14 pm -      #56

    i dont know alot about code geass but what i gather (from the thread and the wiki) is that they have a form of physic power to control people (does that involve telepathy, telekinesis, etc) i can see how that might work on the battle field and also with their “knightmares” (which i gather are large robots) Because their are fighting Tyranids they might be able to control the weaker one but when they are near any of the myriad of hive tyrants (synapse) or even Zoanthropes (made to be completely physic) their control over the lesser nids are Void not to mention they them self’s will come under physic assault.

Leave A Response

You must be logged in to post a comment.


3b3390d9415db7f45e4b79ac7e8a57f590198af474230e495a