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* BerserkButton: [[spoiler: Insulting Soichiro, as Light finds out:]]
-->[[spoiler:''(To Light)'' "What about your dad, what the hell did he die for?!"]]
* BerserkerTears: He weeps openly [[spoiler: as he shoots Light up.]]

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* BerserkButton: [[spoiler: Insulting Soichiro, as Light finds out:]]
-->[[spoiler:''(To
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Light)'' "What about your dad, what the hell did he die for?!"]]
for?!"
* BerserkerTears: He weeps openly [[spoiler: as he shoots Light up.]]



* BewareTheNiceOnes[=/=]BewareTheSillyOnes: ''He's'' the one that stops [[spoiler:Light from writing Near's name by shooting his hand, followed by shooting the ''rest'' of him, and would have killed Light had the others not intervened. And to think he was the only one that sympathized with Kira.]]

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* BewareTheNiceOnes[=/=]BewareTheSillyOnes: ''He's'' the one that stops [[spoiler:Light Light from writing Near's name by shooting his hand, followed by shooting the ''rest'' of him, and would have killed Light had the others not intervened. And to think he was the only one that sympathized with Kira.]]



* BlackShirt: Interestingly, ''Light'' sees him this way. When he [[spoiler:shoots Light to keep him from killing Near]], Light is flabbergasted. Out of everyone, he expected Matsuda to side with him.
** Probably helped by the fact that [[spoiler: Light didn't tell Mikami to spare Matsuda during the final confrontation. Major over sight there, Light.]]
* BreakTheCutie: He might be kinda dumb, but is more or less a nice person who tries his best even if it doesn't work. Then, the poor guy has his idealism, mentors, ''and'' self-esteem slowly demolished throughout the series. [[spoiler:The biggest example is in the final episode, where his idolising of Light is torn apart with the final confirmation that he is Kira. He actually shoots Light in the most [[TearJerker/DeathNote heart-wrenching scene in the anime]].]]
* BrokenPedestal: He idolized Light, and completely fell apart [[spoiler: upon TheReveal that Light is Kira]].

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* BlackShirt: Interestingly, ''Light'' sees him this way. When he [[spoiler:shoots shoots Light to keep him from killing Near]], Near, Light is flabbergasted. Out of everyone, he expected Matsuda to side with him.
** Probably helped by the fact that [[spoiler: Light didn't tell Mikami to spare Matsuda during the final confrontation. Major over sight there, Light.]]
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* BreakTheCutie: He might be kinda dumb, but is more or less a nice person who tries his best even if it doesn't work. Then, the poor guy has his idealism, mentors, ''and'' self-esteem slowly demolished throughout the series. [[spoiler:The The biggest example is in the final episode, where his idolising of Light is torn apart with the final confirmation that he is Kira. He actually shoots Light in the most [[TearJerker/DeathNote heart-wrenching scene in the anime]].]]
anime]].
* BrokenPedestal: He idolized Light, and completely fell apart [[spoiler: upon TheReveal that Light is Kira]].Kira.



* CharacterDevelopment: Begins the series honestly believing that Kira may be right to kill all of the evil people in the world. [[spoiler: In the finale, after ''barely'' restraining his BerserkerRage, he acknowledges that killing Light wouldn't make the world any better and attempts to put him to justice, living up to Soichiro's refusal to kill and ultimately shining a brighter light on whether or not true goodness can actually prevail.]]
* ChekhovsGun: [[spoiler:The ending isn't the only time he pulls a gun - he's a pretty good shot. Of the task force members, he's the most likely to do so.]]

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* CharacterDevelopment: Begins the series honestly believing that Kira may be right to kill all of the evil people in the world. [[spoiler: In the finale, after ''barely'' restraining his BerserkerRage, he acknowledges that killing Light wouldn't make the world any better and attempts to put him to justice, living up to Soichiro's refusal to kill and ultimately shining a brighter light on whether or not true goodness can actually prevail.]]
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* ChekhovsGun: [[spoiler:The The ending isn't the only time he pulls a gun - he's a pretty good shot. Of the task force members, he's the most likely to do so.]]



* DumbassHasAPoint: His theory [[spoiler: in the manga epilogue chapter. He suggests that Near used the notebook to control Mikami to make sure Mikami and Light would make no changes to the plan at the Warehouse. In short, Near cheated. While we never learn for sure if he's right, and Ide is not convinced, the fact that "Near cheats" and is the "more dishonest" of him and Mello is confirmed by WordOfGod.]]

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* DumbassHasAPoint: His theory [[spoiler: in the manga epilogue chapter. He suggests that Near used the notebook to control Mikami to make sure Mikami and Light would make no changes to the plan at the Warehouse. In short, Near cheated. While we never learn for sure if he's right, and Ide is not convinced, the fact that "Near cheats" and is the "more dishonest" of him and Mello is confirmed by WordOfGod.]]



** [[spoiler: The reverse is true as well. Light figured no one in the Task Force would join him, except maybe Matsuda. He is '''stunned''' when Matsuda puts five bullet holes in him.]]

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** [[spoiler: The reverse is true as well. Light figured no one in the Task Force would join him, except maybe Matsuda. He is '''stunned''' when Matsuda puts five bullet holes in him.]]



* FakingTheDead: In order to continue the investigation against [[spoiler:the Yotsuba Kira]].

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* FakingTheDead: In order to continue the investigation against [[spoiler:the the Yotsuba Kira]].Kira.



* IAmSpartacus: [[spoiler: In the manga, Mello demands to know the identity of the second L so that he can kill him if the trade for the notebook goes south, threatening to kill Sayu if they don't comply. Matsuda saves Light and his dad from [[SadisticChoice that dilemma]] by hijacking the keyboard and telling Mello that he's a stand in for L.]]

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* IAmSpartacus: [[spoiler: In the manga, Mello demands to know the identity of the second L so that he can kill him if the trade for the notebook goes south, threatening to kill Sayu if they don't comply. Matsuda saves Light and his dad from [[SadisticChoice that dilemma]] by hijacking the keyboard and telling Mello that he's a stand in for L.]]



* LetsGetDangerous: During the Yotsuba arc, Sayu's kidnapping, and the task force's raid on Mello's hideout, Matsuda demonstrates an ability to get down to business. [[spoiler:He closes the series by shooting and fatally wounding Light .]]

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* LetsGetDangerous: During the Yotsuba arc, Sayu's kidnapping, and the task force's raid on Mello's hideout, Matsuda demonstrates an ability to get down to business. [[spoiler:He He closes the series by shooting and fatally wounding Light .]]Light.



* MyGodWhatHaveIDone: [[spoiler: Done in understatement at the end of ''Relight 2'', after finding Light's body.]]

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* MyGodWhatHaveIDone: [[spoiler: Done in understatement at the end of ''Relight 2'', after finding Light's body.]]



* NoHoldsBarredBeatdown: Gives one to [[spoiler:Light at the end of the series.]]

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* NoHoldsBarredBeatdown: Gives one to [[spoiler:Light Light at the end of the series.]]



** When Near offers to write Mello's name in the notebook, he's the only one who says to go for it, since Mello [[spoiler:indirectly killed Soichiro]].
** He didn't [[spoiler: shoot Light]] for being Kira. He did it because [[spoiler: Light ''insulted and mocked'' Soichiro, who had been Matsuda's hero]].

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** When Near offers to write Mello's name in the notebook, he's the only one who says to go for it, since Mello [[spoiler:indirectly indirectly killed Soichiro]].
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** He didn't [[spoiler: shoot Light]] Light for being Kira. He did it because [[spoiler: Light ''insulted and mocked'' Soichiro, who had been Matsuda's hero]].hero.



* SelfDeprecation: In the IAmSpartacus above, [[spoiler: ''he'' tells Mello that he's kind of an idiot, even if he's standing in for L]].

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* SelfDeprecation: In the IAmSpartacus above, [[spoiler: ''he'' tells Mello that he's kind of an idiot, even if he's standing in for L]]. L.



* ShutUpHannibal: [[spoiler:After shooting Light, he demands to ask what Soichiro died for. Light says he's trying to create a world in which people like his father won't die as fools, but [[KirkSummation Matsuda angrily objects]] to how he views his father]]

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* ShutUpHannibal: [[spoiler:After After shooting Light, he demands to ask what Soichiro died for. Light says he's trying to create a world in which people like his father won't die as fools, but [[KirkSummation Matsuda angrily objects]] to how he views his father]]father.



* TrueCompanions: To the Yagami family. He's a family friend and Souichiro has him over at their house before the events of the Kira case. Souichiro is his Mentor, he crushes on Sayu, and he is enthusiastic (almost to an unhealthy degree) about everything [[BigBadFriend Light]] does [[spoiler: explaining his rampage when learning that Light is Kira.]]

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* TrueCompanions: To the Yagami family. He's a family friend and Souichiro has him over at their house before the events of the Kira case. Souichiro is his Mentor, he crushes on Sayu, and he is enthusiastic (almost to an unhealthy degree) about everything [[BigBadFriend Light]] does [[spoiler: explaining his rampage when learning that Light is Kira.]]



* CoolOldGuy: Well, sort of. He's not even as old as fifty when the story starts [[spoiler: and barely in his mid-fifties when he dies]], but he has a heart attack quite early on in the Kira investigation while his son is a suspect and never recovers fully after that point, though he is repeatedly prevented from resigning from the Task Force either by L or his own stubbornness, depending on the context. Hence, he comes to look "old" even when speaking strictly he isn't.

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* CoolOldGuy: Well, sort of. He's not even as old as fifty when the story starts [[spoiler: and barely in his mid-fifties when he dies]], dies, but he has a heart attack quite early on in the Kira investigation while his son is a suspect and never recovers fully after that point, though he is repeatedly prevented from resigning from the Task Force either by L or his own stubbornness, depending on the context. Hence, he comes to look "old" even when speaking strictly he isn't.



* DeadlyUpgrade: [[spoiler: Yes, ''that'' one.]]
* DrivenToSuicide: [[spoiler: In the TV drama, wherein he writes his own name in the book after discovering Light is Kira.]]
* EarnYourHappyEnding: It's certainly no coincidence that the most noble character arguably gets the happiest ending. [[spoiler:Though in-story, Ryuk says he got to die happy because he refused to use the Death Note.]]

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* DeadlyUpgrade: [[spoiler: Yes, ''that'' one.]]
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* DrivenToSuicide: [[spoiler: In the TV drama, wherein he writes his own name in the book after discovering Light is Kira.]]
Kira.
* EarnYourHappyEnding: It's certainly no coincidence that the most noble character arguably gets the happiest ending. [[spoiler:Though Though in-story, Ryuk says he got to die happy because he refused to use the Death Note.]]



** Later still he [[spoiler: makes the trade for Shinigami Eyes and attempts to write Mello's name into the notebook, only failing to write said name in full because Mello asks him if he's ever killed a person before, leading to a moment of hesitance which proves his undoing.]]

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** Later still he [[spoiler: he makes the trade for Shinigami Eyes and attempts to write Mello's name into the notebook, only failing to write said name in full because Mello asks him if he's ever killed a person before, leading to a moment of hesitance which proves his undoing.]]



* HappilyMarried: To Sachiko. Not the lovey-dovey kind, but the strength of their marriage is [[CrowningMomentOfHeartwarming extremely moving.]] [[spoiler:Ultimately [[TearJerker tragic]] when you consider what becomes of him in the end]].
* HeroicSacrifice: While he didn't know [[spoiler: that he was going to die when he did, he knew that his days were numbered by making the eye trade. Also, he believed that he was going to die within thirteen days if he actually did manage to write Mello's full name (he failed to do it, but he was prepared to do it).]]
* IncorruptiblePurePureness: A rare adult version of the Trope. Moral, upstanding, and never giving sway to any temptation. In ''How To Read,'' his strongest attribute was his integrity. [[spoiler: When given a chance to kill Mello using the Death Note, at the cost of his own life. Ryuk remarks that if he'd used the Death Note he'd have been doomed to unhappiness, and in a way, he was happy dying thinking his son wasn't Kira.]]
* LeeroyJenkins: When [[spoiler: Mello kidnaps Sayu.]] "Plan? There's no time for that!"
* LetThemDieHappy: He [[spoiler: dies believing that Light isn't Kira]].

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* HappilyMarried: To Sachiko. Not the lovey-dovey kind, but the strength of their marriage is [[CrowningMomentOfHeartwarming extremely moving.]] [[spoiler:Ultimately Ultimately [[TearJerker tragic]] when you consider what becomes of him in the end]].
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* HeroicSacrifice: While he didn't know [[spoiler: that he was going to die when he did, he knew that his days were numbered by making the eye trade. Also, he believed that he was going to die within thirteen days if he actually did manage to write Mello's full name (he failed to do it, but he was prepared to do it).]]
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* IncorruptiblePurePureness: A rare adult version of the Trope. Moral, upstanding, and never giving sway to any temptation. In ''How To Read,'' his strongest attribute was his integrity. [[spoiler: When given a chance to kill Mello using the Death Note, at the cost of his own life. Ryuk remarks that if he'd used the Death Note he'd have been doomed to unhappiness, and in a way, he was happy dying thinking his son wasn't Kira.]]
Kira.
* LeeroyJenkins: When [[spoiler: Mello kidnaps Sayu.]] Sayu. "Plan? There's no time for that!"
* LetThemDieHappy: He [[spoiler: dies believing that Light isn't Kira]].Kira.



* MarriedToTheJob: In the TV drama, his frequent absence from home due to work, combined with the fact that he was not present during [[spoiler: Sachiko's death]], puts a strain on his relationship with Light, which is amplified by the fact that Light must act as a father figure to [[BrattyTeenageDaughter Sayu]].
* TheMcCoy: In contrast to L's [[TheSpock Spock]] and [[spoiler: Memoryless!Light]]'s [[TakeAThirdOption Kirk]] during the Yotsuba arc.

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* MarriedToTheJob: In the TV drama, his frequent absence from home due to work, combined with the fact that he was not present during [[spoiler: Sachiko's death]], death, puts a strain on his relationship with Light, which is amplified by the fact that Light must act as a father figure to [[BrattyTeenageDaughter Sayu]].
* TheMcCoy: In contrast to L's [[TheSpock Spock]] and [[spoiler: Memoryless!Light]]'s Memoryless!Light's [[TakeAThirdOption Kirk]] during the Yotsuba arc.



* ParentalFavoritism: A minor example; while he doesn't completely dismiss the possibility that Light is Kira (and he is, [[spoiler: though Soichiro [[LetThemDieHappy goes to his grave never finding this out]]]]), he is adamant that Sayu couldn't possibly be Kira.

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* ParentalFavoritism: A minor example; while he doesn't completely dismiss the possibility that Light is Kira (and he is, [[spoiler: though Soichiro [[LetThemDieHappy goes to his grave never finding this out]]]]), out]]), he is adamant that Sayu couldn't possibly be Kira.



** The 2nd Relight Special. [[spoiler: It's vaguely implied he's dead ("Whenever things get tough I just remember my father.") but his death is never shown or mentioned.]]

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** The 2nd Relight Special. [[spoiler: It's vaguely implied he's dead ("Whenever things get tough I just remember my father.") but his death is never shown or mentioned.]]



* SparedByTheAdaptation: [[spoiler: He doesn't die in the TV drama.]]

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* SparedByTheAdaptation: [[spoiler: He doesn't die in the TV drama.]]



* BigDamnHeroes: [[spoiler: Along with Ide he gets the police organized in order to assist with the arrest of Higuchi.]]
* TheBusCameBack: He leaves the task force for a while during the Yotsuba Arc because he doesn't feel like he can bring himself to quit the police force in order to continue with the Kira investigation, and is then absent for several episodes. His triumphant return comes when [[spoiler: he's the leader of the cop car blockade that helps stop Higuchi.]]

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* BigDamnHeroes: [[spoiler: Along with Ide he gets the police organized in order to assist with the arrest of Higuchi.]]
Higuchi.
* TheBusCameBack: He leaves the task force for a while during the Yotsuba Arc because he doesn't feel like he can bring himself to quit the police force in order to continue with the Kira investigation, and is then absent for several episodes. His triumphant return comes when [[spoiler: he's the leader of the cop car blockade that helps stop Higuchi.]]



* AFatherToHisMen: This dynamic is seen in the way he scolds Matsuda, the loyalty he inspires with rest of the police force, and in ''Relight 2'' he shows an almost fatherly concern [[spoiler: for Light after Souichiro dies.]]

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* AFatherToHisMen: This dynamic is seen in the way he scolds Matsuda, the loyalty he inspires with rest of the police force, and in ''Relight 2'' he shows an almost fatherly concern [[spoiler: for Light after Souichiro dies.]]



* MyGodWhatHaveIDone: [[spoiler: Done in understatement at the end of ''Relight 2'' after finding Light's body.]]
* RedHerringShirt: While both he and Matsuda are [[AscendedExtra Ascended Extras]], Matsuda can immediately be recognized as a {{Foil}} to both Light and L, thus giving him a large amount of significance in the overall theme of the show. Aizawa, on the other hand, with his plain face and suspicion of Light, seems like an obvious candidate to get killed off to build up suspense. [[spoiler: He is one of the only characters to survive the entire series]].

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* MyGodWhatHaveIDone: [[spoiler: Done in understatement at the end of ''Relight 2'' after finding Light's body.]]
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* RedHerringShirt: While both he and Matsuda are [[AscendedExtra Ascended Extras]], Matsuda can immediately be recognized as a {{Foil}} to both Light and L, thus giving him a large amount of significance in the overall theme of the show. Aizawa, on the other hand, with his plain face and suspicion of Light, seems like an obvious candidate to get killed off to build up suspense. [[spoiler: He is one of the only characters to survive the entire series]].series.



* UnwittingInstigatorOfDoom: Because Aizawa opens up his umbrella when it begins to snow on his way back to the NPA headquarters, he ''just'' misses seeing Light and [[spoiler: Naomi Misora]] together.
* UnwittingPawn: [[spoiler: To both L and Light's plans.]]

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* UnwittingInstigatorOfDoom: Because Aizawa opens up his umbrella when it begins to snow on his way back to the NPA headquarters, he ''just'' misses seeing Light and [[spoiler: Naomi Misora]] Misora together.
* UnwittingPawn: [[spoiler: To both L and Light's plans.]]



* DeathFakedForYou: In the manga; [[spoiler: Near holds him hostage and tells the Kira Taskforce that he's died of a heart attack in order to give one of the Taskforce members an incentive to come forward... it works.]]

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* DeathFakedForYou: In the manga; [[spoiler: Near holds him hostage and tells the Kira Taskforce that he's died of a heart attack in order to give one of the Taskforce members an incentive to come forward... it works.]]



* BigDamnHeroes: [[spoiler: Along with Aizawa he gets the police organized in order to assist with the arrest of Higuchi.]]

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* BigDamnHeroes: [[spoiler: Along with Aizawa he gets the police organized in order to assist with the arrest of Higuchi.]]



* ScrewThisImOuttaHere: He leaves the Taskforce prior to meeting L in person. [[spoiler: He comes back to help catch Higuchi and stays for the second arc.]]

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* ScrewThisImOuttaHere: He leaves the Taskforce prior to meeting L in person. [[spoiler: He comes back to help catch Higuchi and stays for the second arc.]]



* LeeroyJenkins: Drawing a gun and pointing it at the security officer at Sakura TV [[spoiler:with the Second Kira in the area. Misa didn't kill him until he pulled the gun.]]
* MauveShirt: His character is built up in the first story arc, [[spoiler:but despite that, he dies relatively early on into the story.]]

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* LeeroyJenkins: Drawing a gun and pointing it at the security officer at Sakura TV [[spoiler:with with the Second Kira in the area. Misa didn't kill him until he pulled the gun.]]
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* MauveShirt: His character is built up in the first story arc, [[spoiler:but but despite that, he dies relatively early on into the story.]]
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Tropes associated with Soichiro Yagami:



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* DarkAndTroubledPast: Owns/Runs a {{Tykebomb}} producing institution.
** It's hinted in the light novel that he experimented on children.

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* DarkAndTroubledPast: Owns/Runs a {{Tykebomb}} producing institution.
**
institution. It's hinted in the light novel that he experimented on children.



[[WMG:'''Shuichi Aizawa''']]






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Tropes associated with Mogi:



[[WMG:'''Hideki Ide''']]






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[[WMG:'''Hirokazu Ukita''']]



Tropes associated with Ukita:
30th Apr '16 2:42:25 PM rafi
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* AFatherToHisMen: He comes off as something of a father figure to the other task force members, or at least Matsuda.
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* ScaryShinyGlasses: When somebody suggests that Sayu and Matsuda might be getting married.
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%%* BenevolentBoss



* CarFu: ''[[CarMeetsHouse Ramming a]] '''[[CarMeetsHouse TRUCK]]''' [[CarMeetsHouse into a building.]]''

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* CarFu: ''[[CarMeetsHouse [[CarMeetsHouse Ramming a]] '''[[CarMeetsHouse TRUCK]]''' '''''[[CarMeetsHouse TRUCK]]''''' [[CarMeetsHouse into a building.]]'']]



%%* DaChief



* {{Expy}}: He bears a certain resemblance to Commisioner Gordon of ''Franchise/{{Batman}}'', which is compounded by his overall attitude to his work as well as his working relationship with L being not dissimilar to Gordon and Batman.
%%* AFatherToHisMen
%%* TheFettered

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* {{Expy}}: He bears a certain resemblance to Commisioner Commissioner Gordon of ''Franchise/{{Batman}}'', which is compounded by his overall attitude to his work as well as his working relationship with L being not dissimilar to Gordon and Batman.
%%* AFatherToHisMen
%%* TheFettered
Batman.



* GoodSmokingEvilSmoking: in the live action movies Souichiro lights up a cigarette while stressing out over the Kira case.

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* GoodSmokingEvilSmoking: in the live action movies Souichiro Soichiro lights up a cigarette while stressing out over the Kira case.



%%* MentorOccupationalHazard
%%* MrExposition



%%* PrinciplesZealot
%%* ScaryShinyGlasses
* SparedByTheAdaptation



%%* TameHisAnger
* TechnicalPacifist: He "has never actually taken a life before" despite having risen all the way to the top of Japan's police force (TruthInTelevision as the NPA are the {{Desk Jockey}}s of Japan's police force.)

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%%* TameHisAnger
* TechnicalPacifist: He "has never actually taken a life before" despite having risen all the way to the top of Japan's police force (TruthInTelevision as the NPA are the {{Desk Jockey}}s {{desk jockey}}s of Japan's police force.)
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* ADayInTheLimeLight: He gets an episode to himself during the Yotsuba arc.

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* ADayInTheLimeLight: ADayInTheLimelight: He gets an episode to himself during the Yotsuba arc.



%%* GreekChorus
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* MarriedToTheJob: In the TV drama, his frequent absence from home due to work, combined with the fact that he was not present during [[spoiler: Sachiko's death]], puts a strain on his relationship with Light, which is exemplified by the fact that Light must act as a father figure to [[BrattyTeenageDaughter Sayu]].

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* MarriedToTheJob: In the TV drama, his frequent absence from home due to work, combined with the fact that he was not present during [[spoiler: Sachiko's death]], puts a strain on his relationship with Light, which is exemplified amplified by the fact that Light must act as a father figure to [[BrattyTeenageDaughter Sayu]].
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* MarriedToTheJob: In the TV drama, his frequent absence from home due to work, combined with the fact that he was not present during [[spoiler: Sachiko's death]], puts a strain on his relationship with Light, which is exemplified by the fact that Light must act as a father figure to [[BrattyTeenageDaughter Sayu]].
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* AgeLift: Is slightly younger in the TV drama than in the manga and anime.


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* LargeHam: In the TV drama, he behaves like a flamboyant gameshow host.


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* SparedByTheAdaptation: [[spoiler: He doesn't die in the TV drama.]]
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* [[MamaDidntRaiseNoCriminal Daddy Didnt Raise No Criminal]]: His reaction to the suggestion that Light may be Kira.


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* MamaDidntRaiseNoCriminal: His reaction to the suggestion that Light may be Kira.
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