History Headscratchers / DeathNoteVarious

5th Sep '17 12:46:12 PM Gameguy20100
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[[folder: Shinigami and human death note users]]
*Assuming that the unnamed Shinimami Ryuk speaks to really is Light reborn. That Raises a lot of questions. Do all Humans who use Death notes become Shinigami after they die or Just him? Is this just how New Shinigami are created? If so Does that Mean Ryuk and Rem were human once? If so Do they remember the people they once were? So many Questions.
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3rd Sep '17 11:26:13 AM Borjigin
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[[folder: FBI Agents in Japan]]
Why would FBI Agents be sent to Japan? Surely Japan has its own equivalent, doesn't it?
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3rd Sep '17 7:58:50 AM GrammarNavi
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* He doesn't seem to have pupils anymore, there's the sound of chains when possible Shinigami-Light goes to visit him, his Death Note looks like it hasn't been used for years. Did I miss something? The comments on the YouTube viedos mostly say he is just old, but I'd like to know is something is say about his current bad state on Relight.

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* He doesn't seem to have pupils anymore, there's the sound of chains when possible Shinigami-Light goes to visit him, his Death Note looks like it hasn't been used for years. Did I miss something? The comments on the YouTube viedos Website/YouTube videos mostly say he is just old, but I'd like to know is something is say about his current bad state on Relight.
30th Aug '17 12:11:20 AM Lullaby22
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* It's not really that complicated. If she told L her theory about Kira using the busjacking to trick Ray into giving up his name, then the task force would start looking into who was on the bus, which would inevitably make Light a suspect. As far as Light was concerned, she had to die to avoid that. It's hardly a bridge drop; it's the only logical course of action for Light to take.
27th Aug '17 2:55:49 PM FabulousPhocine
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**Actually the manga explains that he positioned the bombs in such a situation that it wouldn't kill him.
10th Aug '17 8:53:52 PM Nicoaln
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*** There would be another easy purpose: By that point, L knew that Kira needed the name, and the face of his target. Obviously, Light knows Hideki Ryuuga's face... and if he tried to target L after introducing himself as Hideki Ryuuga, boom - Ryuuga dies.




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** Easy - L's solved a ''lot'' of cases, so he's got a target on his back. That's also one reason why he wasn't showing his face to people.
10th Aug '17 8:48:00 PM Nicoaln
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*** That only brings up another question. So. It's entirely possible to assume that Light bought the bag of chips at the same time he got the TV - probable, he wasn't being tailed. (If he goes out, buys a TV that apparently costs around $400 in 2000s money, But how did he get his hands on a heat sealer, and how'd he hide it? Did he just put it inside his bag? And for that matter, since Light enjoyed monologuing about how awesome and smart he is (or explaining it to Ryuk), why'd he leave out this detail?


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[[folder: For that matter... how'd he know who the criminals were that were being broadcast on that tiny TV?]]
* So, this is a small LCD TV that he can hide inside a bag of potato chips. I know it's Japan, but either Light has some ''amazing'' vision, or that's gotta be one ''hell'' of a TV for it to be small enough to fit in a bag of potato chips while ''still'' being big enough for the text on the screen to not be so tiny to be impossible to read. Sure, he ''could'' have been listening to the audio, but he was acting as if the cameras were picking up audio as well (judging by how he was ignoring Ryuk) - for that TV to be loud enough for him to hear what they're saying, how did the cameras ''not'' pick up on it? And wouldn't one of the cameras see the light coming from the TV?
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10th Aug '17 8:32:31 PM Nicoaln
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*** This. When Near and Mello appear and are then built up to be worthy successors to L, it felt like they came out of ''nowhere''. Yes, they did show L as being the best detective in the world, but we didn't get to know him as a character until after a bit, where we even ''saw'' him outsmart Light. Near and Mello suddenly are like "Here we are", which made it seem more like the author basically just thought it up to go along. I mean, I will admit, the concept of L having ''two'' successors who end up being the one to take down Kira was interesting, but I feel it was executed poorly because they were never mentioned - if in the first part, L had made mentions of Near and Mello and maybe if they even ''appeared'', it probably would have been received by the fans better.


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** It was supposed to run for what, 108 chapters? Thus it's {{Padding}}.
11th Jun '17 10:38:36 AM FabulousPhocine
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**I guess he was just lucky....
19th Jan '17 5:21:24 PM redqueen
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* This troper thinks that Light is a perfect example of hating the person but loving the character. He's a monster, for sure, but he's fascinating to watch. In real life, I would absolutely despise him, but in the show, I found myself wanting him to win, even though I know he's the villain. I guess he's the kind of character that I love to hate.
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