History Headscratchers / DeathNoteVarious

21st Aug '16 9:38:44 PM finalfaw
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** I thought from the ending that Shinigami were [[spoiler: humans who used the Death note, judging from the shinigami Ryuk is telling the story to is apparently supposed to be Light himself, also the rule that humans who use the DN go to neither heaven nor hell]]
12th Aug '16 10:19:58 PM Binditheskunk
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** Why was L not infected with that disease when he was on the plane in L: change the worLd ? everyone else was breaking out in blisters left and right but he directly touches two people who have it and nothing happends ! You could say he took a cure for himself before going on his rescue mission...but if he was going to die in a couple more days...why waste a valuable cure on himself ?

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20th Jun '16 8:04:08 PM DarkHunter
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** One of the Rules of the Death Note states that the notebook has an infinite number of pages in it. It will never run now, no matter how much one uses it.

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** One of the Rules of the Death Note states that the notebook has an infinite number of pages in it. It will never run now, out, no matter how much one uses it.
20th Jun '16 8:03:11 PM DarkHunter
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** One of the Rules of the Death Note states that the notebook has an infinite number of pages in it. It will never run now, no matter how much one uses it.
21st Jan '16 4:14:43 AM Dragon101
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** There is no reason to call an ambulance (and why should he, specifically, be the one to call it anyway? As you say, there are 5 other officers there)- it's blatantly obvious that he is the victim of the Death Note, and they already have countless corpses that prove that if your name is in the note, you're dead. An ambulance would be useless. Besides, they already know who wrote L's name in the book, and they know it wasn't Light.
20th Jan '16 3:48:33 PM DarkHunter
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** L's logic was thus: a LOT of criminals, worldwide, suddenly die of heart attacks out of nowhere. The only thing these people had in common was that they were criminals. It's almost completely impossible for that to happen naturally, or that it happened due to negligence (as the above person noted), so that leaves that someone has deliberately murdered them. He does some research and concludes (in the movie) that secret underground organization would need ''at least'' 80 operatives in order to do that... which also is nearly impossible. Such a large organization would be ridiculously hard to keep completely secret, there's no paper trail, ''and'' autopsies have uncovered no evidence of poisoning or other covert methods of killing people. L then jumps to what he considered the next-most-likely explanation: a single person with a hitherto unknown and seemingly-impossible power is killing them. It's just an application of Sherlock Holmes's famous phrase: "When you have eliminated the impossible, whatever remains, however improbable, must be the truth."

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** L's logic was thus: a LOT of criminals, worldwide, suddenly die of heart attacks out of nowhere. The only thing these people had in common was that they were criminals. It's almost completely impossible for that to happen naturally, or that it happened due to negligence (as the above person noted), so that leaves that someone has deliberately murdered them. He does some research and concludes (in the movie) that a secret underground organization would need ''at least'' 80 operatives in order to do that... which also is nearly impossible. Such a large organization would be ridiculously hard to keep completely secret, there's no paper trail, evidence whatsoever that such an organization exists outside of the murders, ''and'' autopsies have uncovered no evidence of poisoning or other covert methods of killing people. L then jumps to what he considered the next-most-likely explanation: a single person with a hitherto unknown and seemingly-impossible power is killing them. It's just an application of Sherlock Holmes's famous phrase: "When you have eliminated the impossible, whatever remains, however improbable, must be the truth."
20th Jan '16 3:47:13 PM DarkHunter
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** L's logic was thus: a LOT of criminals, worldwide, suddenly die of heart attacks out of nowhere. The only thing these people had in common was that they were criminals. It's almost completely impossible for that to happen naturally, or that it happened due to negligence (as the above person noted), so that leaves that someone has deliberately murdered them. He does some research and concludes (in the movie) that secret underground organization would need ''at least'' 80 operatives in order to do that... which also is nearly impossible. Such a large organization would be ridiculously hard to keep completely secret, there's no paper trail, ''and'' autopsies have uncovered no evidence of poisoning or other covert methods of killing people. L then jumps to what he considered the next-most-likely explanation: a single person with a hitherto unknown and seemingly-impossible power is killing them.

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** L's logic was thus: a LOT of criminals, worldwide, suddenly die of heart attacks out of nowhere. The only thing these people had in common was that they were criminals. It's almost completely impossible for that to happen naturally, or that it happened due to negligence (as the above person noted), so that leaves that someone has deliberately murdered them. He does some research and concludes (in the movie) that secret underground organization would need ''at least'' 80 operatives in order to do that... which also is nearly impossible. Such a large organization would be ridiculously hard to keep completely secret, there's no paper trail, ''and'' autopsies have uncovered no evidence of poisoning or other covert methods of killing people. L then jumps to what he considered the next-most-likely explanation: a single person with a hitherto unknown and seemingly-impossible power is killing them. It's just an application of Sherlock Holmes's famous phrase: "When you have eliminated the impossible, whatever remains, however improbable, must be the truth."
20th Jan '16 3:44:25 PM DarkHunter
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** L's logic was thus: a LOT of criminals, worldwide, suddenly die of heart attacks out of nowhere. The only thing these people had in common was that they were criminals. It's almost completely impossible for that to happen naturally, or that it happened due to negligence (as the above person noted), so that leaves that someone has deliberately murdered them. He does some research and concludes (in the movie) that secret underground organization would need ''at least'' 80 operatives in order to do that... which also is nearly impossible. Such a large organization would be ridiculously hard to keep completely secret, there's no paper trail, ''and'' autopsies have uncovered no evidence of poisoning or other covert methods of killing people. L then jumps to what he considered the next-most-likely explanation: a single person with a hitherto unknown and seemingly-impossible power is killing them.




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** L is reclusive, simple as that. He doesn't want people to find him. Using an alias makes it harder to find you. But, being well-known as a super-detective has its advantages too, so you need a unique identifier for people to associate with your actions. Might as well go for an unusual and memorable alias in that case.
19th Nov '15 12:33:42 AM Adept
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*** And seconding the above--Obata ''hates women''. I mean, Ohba may be on board with it too, since Misa is visibly replicated in the next thing they did together, but if you look in HikaruNoGo, for example, you'll find the token girls there have a spiritual kinship with the ones in D N and Manga/{{Bakuman}}.

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*** And seconding the above--Obata ''hates women''. I mean, Ohba may be on board with it too, since Misa is visibly replicated in the next thing they did together, but if you look in HikaruNoGo, ''Manga/HikaruNoGo'', for example, you'll find the token girls there have a spiritual kinship with the ones in D N and Manga/{{Bakuman}}.
10th Nov '15 5:12:20 AM blackberry919
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** If your talking about Hedeki Ryuuga, L just chose the name of a famous person he knew Light knew by name. No other purpose to it?

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** If **If your talking about Hedeki Ryuuga, L just chose the name of a famous person he knew Light knew by name. No other purpose to it?
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