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5th Dec '16 12:46:21 AM Binditheskunk
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* Near wanting to "keep" Light...just WHAT did he mean by THAT !?
5th Nov '16 6:56:34 PM zarpaulus
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* In the manga Mikami is said to have "gone crazy and died" ten days after his arrest. Do they mean he committed suicide or something? Went on a rampage and was killed by another inmate or the guards? Well, consider that in that version he saw his "god" get thrown aside by an actual god of death like he was a toy he no longer found interesting.


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* Where did Takada hide her second cell phone when she was stripped naked? The Death Note paper was in her bra but what about the phone?
12th Oct '16 11:09:29 AM superpsych
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** Shinigami only die if they extend the life of someone they love, and thus this would only be accurate if Ryuk cared for Light.
6th Oct '16 12:26:47 AM ShiftyFish
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** You and I can do whatever the fuck we want - just without a Death Note. The same rules that apply to us also apply to Light. If he gets caught he will suffer the consequences his society dictates. I myself don't believe in any spiritual consequences for being evil. Doesn't mean that I am.
--> ''If people are good only because they fear punishment, and hope for reward, then we are a sorry lot indeed.'' Albert Einstein
*** your situations are different than light, even if you belive the probability that any kind of hell exist is very low, you are still taking pascal wager. light at first know that a supernatural god of death exist, so it is very [[FlatEarthAtheist irational]] for him to without consideration regect the notion of an afterlife. on the other hand after he told he wouldn't go to hell, unless ryuk simply lies, he KNOWS that his actions whould not have consequences after his death.
24th Sep '16 5:36:45 PM Binditheskunk
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*When you think about it , it's no wonder the 'L is the father of Mello and Near' was never brought to canon ...considering everything that would bring up ..lets say L was 25 when he died , and Mello and Near would have been 14 when that happened , that means L would have been around ELEVEN when he became a father ! It's not the fact no one would sleep with a weird guy that's the issue there...it's the possibility of L having been raped by some psycho , pedo bitch !
21st Aug '16 4:04:18 AM DoPo
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*** Indeed. Same with the anime. In fact, this is ''why'' Kira is even called Kira - it's because people were calling him "killer". Only it's Japanized.
20th Aug '16 11:04:50 AM nngnna
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***your situations are different than light, even if you belive the probability that any kind of hell exist is very low, you are still taking pascal wager. light at first know that a supernatural god of death exist, so it is very [[FlatEarthAtheist irational]] for him to without consideration regect the notion of an afterlife. on the other hand after he told he wouldn't go to hell, unless ryuk simply lies, he KNOWS that his actions whould not have consequences after his death.
22nd Jun '16 3:47:09 PM RuinDunBurnit
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** This troper doesn't consider this a question, at least within the manga. If we consider true that [[spoiler: there is no after-life]] and we apply the question 'why does X exist?' to humans, you will get the same answer as you do when X is shinigami and when X is [[spoiler: the after-life]]: 'mu'. That is, Shinigami exist simply because they exist. Humans exist simply because they exist. [[Spoiler: there is no after-life because there is no after-life]]. The answer is 'mu' because the question is based on the flawed premise that there was a purpose to begin with.

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** This troper doesn't consider this a question, at least within the manga. If we consider true that [[spoiler: there is no after-life]] and we apply the question 'why does X exist?' to humans, you will get the same answer as you do when X is shinigami and when X is [[spoiler: the after-life]]: 'mu'. That is, Shinigami exist simply because they exist. Humans exist simply because they exist. [[Spoiler: there [[spoiler: There is no after-life because there is no after-life]]. The answer is 'mu' because the question is based on the flawed premise that there was a purpose to begin with.
22nd Jun '16 3:45:37 PM RuinDunBurnit
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** This troper doesn't consider this a question, at least within the manga. If we consider true that [[spoiler: there is no after-life]] and we apply the question 'why does X exist?' to humans, you will get the same answer as you do when X is shinigami and when X is [[spoiler: the after-life]]: 'mu'. That is, Shinigami exist simply because they exist. Humans exist simply because they exist. [[Spoiler: there is no after-life because there is no after-life]]. The answer is 'mu' because the question is based on the flawed premise that there was a purpose to begin with.
** In short: Shinigami simply are. Humans simply are. [[spoiler: The after-life simply isn't]]. We ask if the Shinigami ought to have a purpose because we assume that humans ought to have a purpose. You know, just as Light assumes that he has a purpose, just as Mikami assumes everyone has a purpose and deserves to die for wasting theirs.
22nd Jun '16 3:29:51 PM RuinDunBurnit
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\n** This is actually explained in chapter 52: Intuition. L can pilot a helicopter simply because he worked it out. The full quote: "You don't need a license for this. You can pretty much figure it out with intuition. You could do it too, Yagami-kun."

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