History Fridge / Durarara

21st Jun '16 5:07:37 AM RaritastheWeeabooHunter
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* Izaya has a ''frighteningly'' expansive knowledge of psychology. Suicide pacts aside, hearing him talk to you is enough to break you mentally, or make you think of ending your life (though they mostly get foiled, this doesn't include ''successful'' attempts that aren't shown). He's also got many characters and entire groups under his strings once or twice in the show, causing them to go to war with each other with them being none the wiser. His followers are so devoted to him that, "if he wanted them to die, they would probably have gone ahead and did it, even if they had doubts." His endgame plan even included goading Shizuo to kill him and prove that he is, indeed, a monster. And all of his depravity started because of love for someone else (Shinra incident, remember?) It's a damn good thing that Izaya's merely content with trolling the fuck out of people, because with his level of intelligence and influence, he could '''easily''' be the next [[{{Manga/Monster}} Johan Liebert]] once he steps up his game...
** To give a clear example; what happens if Izaya decides that humanity is no longer worthy of receiving love? Besides, after the events of Ketsu, once he recovers, ''just'' what place will he cause misery and suffering at next? Will the humiliation he received at the hands of his enemy cause him to really step up his game? Given that, on "A Sunset with Orihara Izaya", he manipulated a salaryman into killing his own co-worker...

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* Izaya has a ''frighteningly'' expansive knowledge of psychology. Suicide pacts aside, hearing him talk to you is enough to break you mentally, or make you think of ending your life (though they mostly get foiled, this doesn't include ''successful'' attempts that aren't shown). He's also got many characters and entire groups under his strings once or twice in the show, causing them to go to war with each other with them being none the wiser. His followers are so devoted to him that, "if he wanted them to die, they would probably have gone ahead and did it, even if they had doubts." His endgame plan even included goading Shizuo to kill him and prove that he is, indeed, a monster. And all of his depravity started because of love for someone else (Shinra incident, remember?) It's a damn good thing that Izaya's merely content with trolling the fuck out of people, because with his level of intelligence and influence, he could '''easily''' be the next [[{{Manga/Monster}} Johan Liebert]] once he steps up his game...
game.
** To give a clear example; what happens if Izaya decides that humanity is no longer worthy of receiving love? Besides, after the events of Ketsu, once he recovers, ''just'' what place will he cause misery and suffering at next? Will the humiliation he received at the hands of his enemy cause him to really step up his game? Given that, on "A Sunset with Orihara Izaya", he manipulated a salaryman into killing his own co-worker...co-worker...
** While scarce details are available about his cult of personality, "...his fans had conflicts between students in several Ikebukuro high schools, leading to a protracted period of unrest." Can he be, or ''is'' he already the next Charles Manson? To think both of their followers tend to be traumatized young girls.
20th Jun '16 8:13:57 AM RaritastheWeeabooHunter
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** To give a clear example; what happens if Izaya decides that humanity is no longer worthy of receiving love? Besides, after the events of Ketsu, once he recovers, ''just'' what place will he cause misery and suffering at next? Will the humiliation he received at the hands of his enemy cause him to really step up his game? Given his behavior...

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** To give a clear example; what happens if Izaya decides that humanity is no longer worthy of receiving love? Besides, after the events of Ketsu, once he recovers, ''just'' what place will he cause misery and suffering at next? Will the humiliation he received at the hands of his enemy cause him to really step up his game? Given that, on "A Sunset with Orihara Izaya", he manipulated a salaryman into killing his behavior...own co-worker...
20th Jun '16 8:11:42 AM RaritastheWeeabooHunter
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* Izaya has a ''frighteningly'' expansive knowledge of psychology. Suicide pacts aside, hearing him talk to you is enough to break you mentally, or make you think of ending your life (though they mostly get foiled, this doesn't include successful attempts not shown). He's also got many characters and entire groups under his strings once or twice in the show, causing them to go to war with each other with them being none the wiser. His followers are so devoted to him that, "if he wanted them to die, they would probably have gone ahead and did it, even if they had doubts." His endgame plan even included goading Shizuo to kill him and prove that he is, indeed, a monster. And all of his depravity started because of love for someone else (Shinra incident, remember?) It's a damn good thing that Izaya's merely content with trolling the fuck out of people, because with his level of intelligence and influence, he could '''easily''' be the next [[{{Manga/Monster}} Johan Liebert]] once he stepped up his game...
** To give a clear example; what happens if Izaya decides that humanity is no longer worthy of receiving love?

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* Izaya has a ''frighteningly'' expansive knowledge of psychology. Suicide pacts aside, hearing him talk to you is enough to break you mentally, or make you think of ending your life (though they mostly get foiled, this doesn't include successful ''successful'' attempts not that aren't shown). He's also got many characters and entire groups under his strings once or twice in the show, causing them to go to war with each other with them being none the wiser. His followers are so devoted to him that, "if he wanted them to die, they would probably have gone ahead and did it, even if they had doubts." His endgame plan even included goading Shizuo to kill him and prove that he is, indeed, a monster. And all of his depravity started because of love for someone else (Shinra incident, remember?) It's a damn good thing that Izaya's merely content with trolling the fuck out of people, because with his level of intelligence and influence, he could '''easily''' be the next [[{{Manga/Monster}} Johan Liebert]] once he stepped steps up his game...
** To give a clear example; what happens if Izaya decides that humanity is no longer worthy of receiving love?love? Besides, after the events of Ketsu, once he recovers, ''just'' what place will he cause misery and suffering at next? Will the humiliation he received at the hands of his enemy cause him to really step up his game? Given his behavior...
20th Jun '16 8:08:42 AM RaritastheWeeabooHunter
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* Izaya has a ''frighteningly'' expansive knowledge of psychology. Suicide pacts aside, hearing him talk to you is enough to break you mentally, or make you think of ending your life (though they mostly get foiled, this doesn't include successful attempts not shown). He's also got many characters and entire groups under his strings once or twice in the show, causing them to go to war with each other with them being none the wiser. His followers are so devoted to him that, "if he wanted them to die, they would probably have gone ahead and did it, even if they had doubts." His endgame plan even included goading Shizuo to kill him and prove that he is, indeed, a monster. And all of his depravity started because of love for someone else (Shinra incident, remember?) It's a damn good thing that Izaya's merely content with trolling the fuck out of people, because with his level of intelligence and influence, he could '''easily''' be the next [[{{Manga/Monster}} Johan Liebert]] once he stepped up his game...

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* Izaya has a ''frighteningly'' expansive knowledge of psychology. Suicide pacts aside, hearing him talk to you is enough to break you mentally, or make you think of ending your life (though they mostly get foiled, this doesn't include successful attempts not shown). He's also got many characters and entire groups under his strings once or twice in the show, causing them to go to war with each other with them being none the wiser. His followers are so devoted to him that, "if he wanted them to die, they would probably have gone ahead and did it, even if they had doubts." His endgame plan even included goading Shizuo to kill him and prove that he is, indeed, a monster. And all of his depravity started because of love for someone else (Shinra incident, remember?) It's a damn good thing that Izaya's merely content with trolling the fuck out of people, because with his level of intelligence and influence, he could '''easily''' be the next [[{{Manga/Monster}} Johan Liebert]] once he stepped up his game...game...
** To give a clear example; what happens if Izaya decides that humanity is no longer worthy of receiving love?
20th Jun '16 8:07:47 AM RaritastheWeeabooHunter
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* Izaya's recruitment and treatment of his own followers has far ''too'' many similarities with real-life cults...

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* Izaya has a ''frighteningly'' expansive knowledge of psychology. Suicide pacts aside, hearing him talk to you is enough to break you mentally, or make you think of ending your life (though they mostly get foiled, this doesn't include successful attempts not shown). He's also got many characters and entire groups under his strings once or twice in the show, causing them to go to war with each other with them being none the wiser. His followers are so devoted to him that, "if he wanted them to die, they would probably have gone ahead and did it, even if they had doubts." His endgame plan even included goading Shizuo to kill him and prove that he is, indeed, a monster. And all of his depravity started because of love for someone else (Shinra incident, remember?) It's a damn good thing that Izaya's recruitment and treatment of his own followers has far ''too'' many similarities merely content with real-life cults...trolling the fuck out of people, because with his level of intelligence and influence, he could '''easily''' be the next [[{{Manga/Monster}} Johan Liebert]] once he stepped up his game...
20th Jun '16 7:53:27 AM RaritastheWeeabooHunter
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* Shizuo's rages. We're talking about a guy who can lift vending machines out of the ground with ease. And when he is having a particular bad tantrum, he tends to throw heavy objects into the street, which more than likely has either killed or injured random people.

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* Shizuo's rages. We're talking about a guy who can lift vending machines out of the ground with ease. And when he is having a particular bad tantrum, he tends to throw heavy objects into the street, which more than likely has either killed or injured random people.people.
* Izaya's recruitment and treatment of his own followers has far ''too'' many similarities with real-life cults...
22nd May '16 4:11:22 PM AnIcePerson7
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* Supplementary materials state that Anri's favorite subject in school in P.E.; this would most likely explain why she has PlotPoweredStamina.

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* Supplementary materials state that Anri's favorite subject in school in is P.E.; this would most likely explain that's probably why she has PlotPoweredStamina.
22nd May '16 4:10:23 PM AnIcePerson7
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* Supplementary materials state that Anri's favorite subject in school in P.E.; this would most likely explain why she has PlotPoweredStamina.
6th Feb '16 11:17:40 AM WriterGirl2015
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* In the Manga of Durarara, you get to see Erika and Walker's interrogation of the kidnappers, and suffice to say that they are probably the most insane of the entire cast, and its surprising that they haven't killed anyone (that we have seen yet). And, if you think about it, the only reason that Walker and Erika are not serial killers is because Kadota is holding them back, or at least making them put their energy elsewhere.

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* In the Manga of Durarara, you get to see Erika and Walker's interrogation of the kidnappers, and suffice to say that they are probably the most insane of the entire cast, and its surprising that they haven't killed anyone (that we have seen yet). And, if you think about it, the only reason that Walker and Erika are not serial killers is because Kadota is holding them back, or at least making them put their energy elsewhere.elsewhere.
* Shizuo's rages. We're talking about a guy who can lift vending machines out of the ground with ease. And when he is having a particular bad tantrum, he tends to throw heavy objects into the street, which more than likely has either killed or injured random people.
31st Jan '16 10:52:02 PM KZN02
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* In the Manga of Durarara, you get to see Erika and Walker's interrogation of the kidnappers, and suffice to say that they are probably the most insane of the entire cast, and its surprising that they haven't killed anyone (that we have seen yet). And, if you think about it, the only reason that Walker and Erika are not cereal killers is because Kadota is holding them back, or at least making them put their energy elsewhere.

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* In the Manga of Durarara, you get to see Erika and Walker's interrogation of the kidnappers, and suffice to say that they are probably the most insane of the entire cast, and its surprising that they haven't killed anyone (that we have seen yet). And, if you think about it, the only reason that Walker and Erika are not cereal serial killers is because Kadota is holding them back, or at least making them put their energy elsewhere.
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