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17th Jan '18 5:53:02 PM Kayube
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** In the first episode, Shinichi is spying Gin and Vodka. They realize this, capture him and decide to kill him.\\

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** In the first episode, Shinichi is spying on Gin and Vodka. They realize this, capture him and decide to kill him.\\


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** In one case, the victim plans on killing his wife. Said wife also wants to kill ''him'', and finds out about the plan right as he starts to put it into action.
'''You'd Expect:''' She'd wait until he was in the act of trying to kill her and kill him in self-defense. It wouldn't be murder, so she'd get away with it.
'''Instead:''' She kills him earlier and then pretends just to have found the body. That ''does'' count as murder, and of course she gets caught.
25th Dec '17 9:20:14 AM GlacierWolf
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'''Then Again:''' They might have called him out since [[ObliviousToLove he was unaware of Himeji and Minami's feelings for him,]] since that's why Himeji PURPOSELY flunked the test this time. After all, Akihisa's classmates ALWAYS call him out that. "You really are an idiot, aren't you, Akihisa?"

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'''Then Again:''' They might have called him out since [[ObliviousToLove he was unaware of Himeji and Minami's feelings for him,]] since that's why Himeji PURPOSELY flunked the test this time. After all, Akihisa's classmates ALWAYS call him out on that. "You "He really are is an idiot, aren't you, Akihisa?"idiot."
25th Dec '17 9:19:29 AM GlacierWolf
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'''Even Worse:''' Akihisa is angry when he finds out she wasted her chance to be in the class she deserves and demands to the principal that Himeji should be in the A-Class, but his idiocy gets called out by everyone else when he calls the principal an idiot, [[IdiotHoudini while Himeji's idiocy goes unnoticed.]] (Though they might have called him out since [[ObliviousToLove he was unaware of Himeji and Minami's feelings for him,]] since that's why Himeji PURPOSELY flunked the test this time.)

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'''Even Worse:''' Akihisa is angry when he finds out she wasted her chance to be in the class she deserves and demands to the principal that Himeji should be in the A-Class, but his idiocy gets called out by everyone else when he calls the principal an idiot, [[IdiotHoudini while Himeji's idiocy goes unnoticed.]] (Though they unnoticed]].\\
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might have called him out since [[ObliviousToLove he was unaware of Himeji and Minami's feelings for him,]] since that's why Himeji PURPOSELY flunked the test this time.)time. After all, Akihisa's classmates ALWAYS call him out that. "You really are an idiot, aren't you, Akihisa?"
25th Dec '17 9:15:40 AM GlacierWolf
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'''Instead:''' Once she's done with the make-up test, she erases her name so she'd end in the F-Class again, just to be with Akihisa. She doesn't realize that they can be together outside of class (as [[TheChessmaster Yuuji]] and [[DoubleStandardAbuseFemaleOnMale Shouko]] demonstrate, you can be in different classes and be friends and even a couple), thought she COULD have done it to keep an eye on [[{{Tsundere}} Minami]], the other member of the LoveTriangle, but this is never stated.
'''Even Worse:''' When Akihisa finds out she wasted her chance to be in the class she deserves and gets angry, he demands that Himeji should be in the A-Class, but his idiocy gets called out by everyone else when he calls the principal an idiot, [[IdiotHoudini while Himeji's idiocy goes unnoticed.]] (Though they might have called him out since he was unaware of Himeji and Minami's feelings for him, which is why Himeji flunked the make-up test in the first place.)

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'''Instead:''' Once she's done with the make-up test, she erases her name so she'd end in the F-Class again, just to be with Akihisa. She doesn't realize that they can be together outside of class (as [[TheChessmaster Yuuji]] and [[DoubleStandardAbuseFemaleOnMale Shouko]] demonstrate, you can be in different classes and be friends and even a couple), thought she COULD have done it to keep an eye on [[{{Tsundere}} Minami]], the other member of the LoveTriangle, but this is never stated. \n\\
'''Even Worse:''' When Akihisa is angry when he finds out she wasted her chance to be in the class she deserves and gets angry, he demands to the principal that Himeji should be in the A-Class, but his idiocy gets called out by everyone else when he calls the principal an idiot, [[IdiotHoudini while Himeji's idiocy goes unnoticed.]] (Though they might have called him out since [[ObliviousToLove he was unaware of Himeji and Minami's feelings for him, which is him,]] since that's why Himeji PURPOSELY flunked the make-up test in the first place.this time.)
25th Dec '17 9:11:03 AM GlacierWolf
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'''You'd Expect:''' She does the test, gets in the A-Class and thanks Akihisa for using his request on her.\\
'''Instead:''' Once she's done with the test, she erases her name so she's ends in the F-Class again, just to be with him. Nevermind they can be together outside of class (as [[TheChessmaster Yuuji]] and [[DoubleStandardAbuseFemaleOnMale Shouko]] demonstrate, you can be in different classes and be friends and even a couple). She COULD have done it to keep an eye on [[{{Tsundere}} Minami]], the other member of the LoveTriangle, but this is never stated. And just to make things worse, when Akihisa finds out she wasted her chance to be in the class she deserves and gets angry, HE gets called out by everyone else, while Himeji's idiocy goes unnoticed.

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'''You'd Expect:''' She does the make-up test, gets in the A-Class and thanks Akihisa for using his request on her.\\
'''Instead:''' Once she's done with the make-up test, she erases her name so she's ends she'd end in the F-Class again, just to be with him. Nevermind Akihisa. She doesn't realize that they can be together outside of class (as [[TheChessmaster Yuuji]] and [[DoubleStandardAbuseFemaleOnMale Shouko]] demonstrate, you can be in different classes and be friends and even a couple). She couple), thought she COULD have done it to keep an eye on [[{{Tsundere}} Minami]], the other member of the LoveTriangle, but this is never stated. And just to make things worse, when stated.
'''Even Worse:''' When
Akihisa finds out she wasted her chance to be in the class she deserves and gets angry, HE he demands that Himeji should be in the A-Class, but his idiocy gets called out by everyone else, else when he calls the principal an idiot, [[IdiotHoudini while Himeji's idiocy goes unnoticed.]] (Though they might have called him out since he was unaware of Himeji and Minami's feelings for him, which is why Himeji flunked the make-up test in the first place.)
5th Dec '17 4:03:24 PM WaywardTotodile
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* In the anime of ''VideoGame/MegaManStarForce'', Bob Copper suspects Geo Stelar to be Mega Man. He follows Geo all over the city. Please note that "Mega Man" has the same hair, eyes and voice as Geo. Geo also shows up all the time whenever trouble is brewing... Or after. It's no surprise Copper is suspicious. In a following incident, Copper locks Geo in his car as a test to see if he's Mega Man. Mega Man does show up, and Copper finds Geo inside the car after that. However, anyone could conclude that Geo could have actually escaped, changed into Mega Man, fought the bad guy, and then locked himself in the car again to avoid suspicion. [[spoiler: This is what actually happened, as Zack Temple demonstrates the fallacies of "childproof" touch-command door locks by opening the door and letting Geo loose.]]\\
'''You'd expect''': For Copper to put two and two together and either accuse Geo of being Mega Man... or continue suspecting him, at least, and tailing him all the time.\\
'''Instead''': He immediately assumes Geo to be one of Mega Man's ''groupies''. Cue [[FaceFault surprise on Geo's part]]. ClarkKenting seems to work better than people think... or one can wonder how a man who can come to such ridiculous conclusions actually got onto the force.
24th Nov '17 11:17:02 PM WaywardTotodile
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* ''WhatAnIdiot/RurouniKenshin''



* ''Manga/RurouniKenshin'':
** Kenshin and Shishio are [[YouCanBarelyStand on their last legs]]. Shishio's [[HourOfPower 15-minute limit]] has already elapsed. His right-hand man, Houji, has a rifle.\\
'''You'd Expect:''' Yumi: "JustShootHim!"\\
'''Instead:''' Houji: [[HonorBeforeReason "I believe in Lord Shishio!"]] ''[throws his gun away]''\\
'''The Result:''' Shishio: ManOnFire
*** But you want to know what makes this WhatAnIdiot moment worse? Previously on the Great Kyoto Fire chapters, [[spoiler: Houji modified Shishio's original plan by arranging that 7 members of the Juppon Gatana took part of the Great Kyoto Fire by killing the police officers and [=VIPs=] as a distraction while the rest sail towards Tokyo to bombard it and thus destroy it while the capital was undermanned.]] He did this because he wanted to bring total victory to Shishio regardless of costs and perhaps even risking gaining his ire modifying his plan in such a manner. Before the final fight with Kenshin, Houji swore that he would risk being hated like snakes and scorpions as he put it and had his rifle in hand in case the worst would come to worst! By pulling his HonorBeforeReason moment, Houji completely contradicted himself in this double whammy of the most illogical, thus bringing us this moment. Holy crap.
** Similarly: Saito has just gained the advantage of surprise by suddenly appearing on the battlefield.\\
'''You'd Expect:''' He'd go for Shishio's heart. Or pretty much anything vital in that area.\\
'''Instead:''' Tries to stab him in the forehead for some reason. So he hits ''the only armored part of Shishio's body''. And due to Shishio's ability to beat any attack he's seen once, even his Zero Gatotsu fails (an AssPull in itself) and that's pretty much it for him in the fight.
** Said above battle: Shishio has managed to KO Kenshin, Saito and Sanosuke in rapid succession, and he himself is barely winded after all that. Yumi then urges Shishio to just hurry up and kill them.\\
'''You'd expect:''' For Shishio to, y'know, do exactly that.\\
'''Instead:''' Shishio declares that he's having too much fun and wants to savor the victory. This attitude allows Aoshi (who'd earlier undergone a full HeelFaceTurn) to come to the arena and fight Shishio in order to buy time for the others' HeroicSecondWind to kick in.
** Way back in the first major arc, with [[SerialKiller Jinei Udo]], a Revolution-era hitoriki like Kenshin, whose only real edge against Kenshin is that he hasn't lost his knack for killing. Jinei has managed to establish himself as a serious threat by slitting both of Sanosuke's wrists at lightning speed (in the manga, he stabs Sano straight through one wrist in graphic detail). Kenshin decides to take the one-day time period Jinei's given him to prepare, to go psych himself mentally to face the villain, but before doing so, he tasks Sano with letting Kaoru know the situation, which Sano does.\\
'''You'd expect:''' That once Kaoru's told what sort of enemy Jinei is, she'd heed Sano's warning and stay put so as not to get Kenshin distracted and in trouble.\\
'''Instead:''' Kaoru decides to go to where Kenshin is on the off-chance that he might leave and never return after confronting Jinei, even after Sano shows her his own injuries to emphasize that Jinei's not a nice guy.\\
'''Result:''' Kaoru gets kidnapped and held as bait by Jinei, triggering Kenshin's [[SuperpoweredEvilSide Battousai personality]] when he sees it happen.
*** Same scenario: In the manga, right after Sanosuke explains to Kaoru what Jinei's all about, she chases after Kenshin with the justification that she'd rather risk her life than risk being left all alone should Kenshin decide not to come back if he survives the fight.\\
'''You'd expect:''' Sano and Yahiko to chase after Kaoru, force her back to the dojo, and remind her that (A) Kenshin hasn't given any indication that he ''won't'' come back, and (B) she still has the two of them, at least, to keep her company.\\
'''Instead:''' They let her go, with Sano reasoning that since it's love motivating Kaoru, they wouldn't be able to change her mind. (In the anime, they at least bother to go searching for Kaoru once Kenshin sends word of her being kidnapped, though in the end they don't impact the main plot anyway.) Although the manga's version of that scenario might be mollified somewhat [[spoiler:because Jinei was spying on them at the dojo anyway; one panel in that scene reveals he's hiding in the trees nearby and eavesdropping on the conversation]].
** During the Kyoto arc, Sanosuke meets Anji, a fallen monk and (unknown to Sano at the time) the third-strongest member of the Jupon Gatana, while Anji is training his [[OneHitKill Futae no Kiwami]] technique. Sano asks to be taught the technique, which Anji relents to after some persuasion. After grasping the basic idea behind the Futae no Kiwami, Sano trains relentlessly with his right hand until he's mastered it within a week.\\
'''You'd expect:''' For Sano to at least train the Futae no Kiwami with his ''left'' hand, as well, so that by the time the final confrontation comes about he'd be able to use it with both fists. It's not like he can't effectively give a left-handed punch, after all.\\
'''Instead:''' He only focuses on his right hand and none of his other limbs.\\
'''Result:''' He overuses the Futae no Kiwami with his right hand during his fight with Anji, eventually breaking it when he tries to challenge [[BigBad Shishio]].
** During the Jinchuu arc, Saitou determines that [[BigBad Enishi]] is going to try to [[RevengeByProxy kill Kaoru to get to Kenshin]], and suggests to her that she should flee.\\
'''You'd expect:''' For Kaoru to ''take Saitou's advice and run''. She's not a very powerful fighter, in contrast to Enishi and his allies, and if she were to flee from there Kenshin would have one less distraction to worry about while fighting Enishi.\\
'''Instead:''' She stubbornly refuses to leave.\\
'''You'd then expect:''' For Saitou, who's not quite as badly injured as the other fighters up to that point, to do his job as a cop and forcibly take Kaoru away from the scene, or, failing that, to play bodyguard for her so Enishi can't get to her.\\
'''Instead:''' Saitou coolly tells Kaoru that since she won't leave of her own volition, she shouldn't expect him to move a finger to save her.\\
'''Result:''' [[spoiler:Enishi kidnaps Kaoru and leaves a lifelike doll of her with his sword through its chest to plunge Kenshin into a HeroicBSOD. It might have easily been Kaoru getting killed for real, but luckily for her Enishi couldn't bring himself to do it since she reminded him of his own dead older sister. Saitou never gets called out for his callous indifference, which as a cop should have at least gotten him into trouble for negligent homicide--not being more proactive to stop a murder he knew was intended to take place]].
** During the [[GoodIsNotNice Saitou]] vs. [[HandicappedBadass Usui]] fight, Usui manages to wound Saitou in both legs and deflect Saitou's signature Gatotsu thrust ''twice'' with his tortoise-shell shield, then shoves the shield right up in Saitou's face so his field of vision is completely blocked.\\
'''You'd expect:''' That Usui, who Saitou can't see behind the shield at this point, would just kill him right there and then.\\
'''Instead:''' Usui takes a moment to brag that he can attack from any angle behind the shield, and that Saitou's Gatotsu is now nullified since he can't use it at such close range.\\
'''Result:''' Saitou shows him that he ''does'' in fact have a close-range version of the Gatotsu that doesn't require a running-start, [[ImpaledWithExtremePrejudice pinning Usui to the wall]] (and ripping him totally in half in the manga).
24th Nov '17 10:06:01 PM WaywardTotodile
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* ''WhatAnIdiot/DeathNote''



* ''Manga/DeathNote'':
** Thanks to L's initial investigation, the police force deduce that Kira need a face and a real name in order to kill someone.\\
'''You'd Expect:''' For them to report this fact to the government and persuade them to either blur out the suspect's faces during any past reports or not reveal their full names to the public during a live report in order to minimize the rate of Kira-related murders. If the Kira murder continue to rise due to internet, then the police try and trace the suspect whoever hacked the criminal database and potentially find the culprit.\\
'''Instead:''' Nobody considered doing any control in the Kira killings and the death tolls continue to rise with noone being able to identify the culprit for 5 years.
** Light starts killing dozens of people with the titular artifact, which requires knowledge of the victim's name and face. Shortly afterward, Interpol makes a broadcast wherein "L", the greatest detective ''ever'', announces that he will be taking the Kira cases. More importantly, he does this while giving his real name and showing his face for what is supposed to be the ''first time ever,'' and is practically ''daring'' Kira to kill him right then and there. There is something suspiciously fishy about this.\\
'''You'd expect:''' Light realize this was likely to be a trap or probe of sorts and avoid killing the man. Or, if the temptation is too strong, do some research on the name and face to check if its falsified first and ''then'' kill him at a later date.\\
'''Instead:''' He writes his name in the Death Note right then and there and, big surprise, it ''was'' a trap. Now, not only did L figure out his MO and limitations, but he pinpointed his location.
** L himself falls into this during the ''exact same moment''. He sets up a trap to pinpoint Kira's location to specific regions of the world. When the double for L dies, L's trap worked.\\
'''You'd expect:''' That L would come forth to only interpol and the local police with the information that he has learned from the broadcast, explaining the trap to bait Kira out and that with it, he has narrowed Kira's location down to the Kanto region of Japan. Thus, having successfully baited him into revealing his location, MO, and limitation, he would lower Kira's guard down so that he could then trick Kira into revealing information known only to them and the criminal (a common police tactic in real life.)\\
'''Instead:''' He ''taunts'' Kira by explaining ''everything'' he ''just'' did and what he ''just'' learned. Thus, this reduces the information that can be used to convict Kira (as millions of people just learned it.) but also forces Kira (and by extension Light) to up his guard, making him harder to trap. Light could have been caught ''entirely'' by surprise without Near and Mello having to get involved had L ''not dumped a bunch of evidence that could easily be withheld from the media onto his lap'' and bragged how he just trapped him.
** After his first attempt to kill Near failed, Light Yagami sends the Death Note to Teru Mikami, a definite Kira supporter, with instructions on it.\\
'''You'd Expect:''' Light to send a message to Mikami to hide a page of the Death Note on his person, considering he must have had Kiyomi Takada do the same herself, and does so himself (using a trick watch to hide it). This would help him handle emergencies, the number of which had lately been high enough for Light to be tempted to kill Sayu with the watch trick. Additionally, for himself, he would make some extra precautions to ensure that he's not on the brink of defeat again.\\
'''Instead:''' He does not. This is clear from the fact that Mikami has to go to the bank a second time in a single day in the first place to kill Takada. Light, blinded [[AGodAmI by his ego]] and not even instructing Mikami earlier to only enter the warehouse (which has a single exit to begin with) upon hearing a password from him (like what he did in his MemoryGambit), declares his victory in the warehouse too early.
** Raye Penber is an FBI Agent currently tailing Light Yagami. While tailing him, the bus he and Light (and Light's date) are on gets hijacked by a known criminal. Light says he has an idea, but needs to know that whoever is behind him (Raye) is someone he can trust and not an accomplice of the guy. (Unbeknowst to Raye, the entire hijacking is a plan devised by [[ChessMaster Light]] to find out his name and face)\\
'''You'd Expect:''' Raye Penber, as an officially trained FBI Agent, to ''know'' what a stupid idea it is to give his real name and identity to a target that is currently ''under suspicion of likely being connected to a mass-murderer'' and perhaps have a spare Fake ID or similar on hand.\\
'''Instead:''' He freely shows his ID to Light, giving him his real name and face to deal with, which ultimately allows Light to manipulate him into finding out the names and faces of the ''other'' FBI Agents currently in Japan for the Kira case and get them killed.\\
'''Additionally:''' This also (indirectly) results in getting his own fiancée killed.
** Shortly after Raye's death, Naomi Misora has just found out a crucial information regarding the Kira case and decides to report it to L regarding this. However, suddenly he is intercepted by Light Yagami and after she gives out a false name, decides to follow her for some reason.\\
'''You'd Expect:''' That she quickly suspects that Light is Kira or at least realize that he is stalking her and tell him off. Failing that, she could knock him out with her capoiera moves and run as far away from him as possible to her intended destination.\\
'''Instead:''' She apparently suspects ''nothing wrong'' at the very man who followed him and worse, she ''[[TooDumbToLive give away her ID to Light]]'' in spite of his behavior. She ended up getting killed for it and thus the potential information that could catch Kira is lost forever.
** Light, still being a student, has been keeping his Death Note activities in the afternoon to late evening. L comments upon this, suggesting Kira is a student.\\
'''You'd Expect:''' Light would try and dissuade the notion by suggesting that it is just a coincidence and many people may only be able to attack in the afternoon, not just students, being the ChessMaster he is.\\
'''Instead:''' He begins writing down names to die in a more spread out fashion that day the night before, leading L to deduce that the Kira has insider information about the investigation and prompting him to lock everyone in the same room together, which forces Light to actually get on the team to keep up with his opponent.
** It's the endgame! Light and Near face off in the ultimate battle of wits. The fate of the world rides on these moments. Light's plan? To perfectly recreate the act of using the Death Note with a fake, then ensuring Near swaps the fake for another fake. Essentially, they will have believed that they disarmed him, unaware that they've only captured a harmless copy! Meanwhile, he keeps the ''real'' Death Note hidden away, then replacing the fake with the real one at the last moment! That way, the copy they "know" is fake is anything but! That way, when they allow him to incriminate himself, he'll instead slaughter them all at once, and the world will be his!\\
'''You'd Expect:''' That Light TheChessmaster would keep an eye on the ''real'' Death Note at all times, test it prior to the epic finish, keep several backups stored, maybe lend that page he keeps in his watch to the assassin, and hey, maybe even a grenade or two just in case. As long as they die, however they die, he wins. And even if they don't, they won't have any evidence directly linking him to Kira.\\
'''Instead:''' He puts the original in a safe miles away, under ''no observation'', doesn't bother testing it, and then loudly incriminates himself in front of all of them. Then he tries to use a Death Note (ironically, a functioning Death Note page that could have killed them all had he given it to his lackey instead), in front of several people with much faster guns. Twice.
** As bad as the above Death Note examples are, probably one of the worst moments of stupidity in the series occurs at the end of the Yotsuba Arc. The police have caught Higuchi, and neither Misa nor Light have any memory of being Kira, and thus they are not a threat any more. Suddenly, Soichiro and Mogi see Rem after touching the Death Note, and freak out. L asks Mogi to bring the Death Note over to the helicopter, where Light is sitting right next to him.\\
'''You'd Expect:''' That L, who pretty much figured out Light's MemoryGambit and told everyone on the task force about his suspicions regarding it, and who strongly suspected Light as Kira from the very beginning, would be extra careful with the Death Note seeing as how Light is RIGHT NEXT TO HIM and keep the Death Note away from him at ALL COSTS. Unfortunately, he gets distracted by Rem and the various realizations he has regarding her and the notebook, and Light impatiently grabs the notebook out of his hands. But even then, you would at least expect L to try to grab the notebook back from Light as soon as he regained focus and saw Light not holding the notebook, but also acting VERY strange with it. If Light resists, then L can just use that reaction as more evidence against him, and/or just ask one of the other task force members to hold on to it instead. Since the team will be regrouping back at HQ after securing Higuchi, L can read over the rules of the Death Note with the task force while keeping Light away and try to find out how to both solve the case and get rid of the danger posed by the notebook. Even if L doesn't know about all the rules of the Death Note or about the piece of the notebook in Light's watch, you would at the VERY LEAST expect that he would do everything in his power to ensure that Light and the Death Note stay separate and keep a watchful eye on both.\\
'''Instead:''' L just sits there as Light regains his memories. He simply asks Light if he is ok, and then reluctantly lets him look over some names from the Death Note. All he does afterwards is give Light a suspicious look, and then immediately goes back to looking at the police handling Higuchi.
** Even worse, shortly after Light has the Death Note, Higuchi suddenly has a heart attack and dies. This is obviously the work of Kira, and the entire task force knows it. What does L do in response?\\
'''You'd Expect:''' L would instantly put two and two together, realize "Hmm... that happened right after I let Light hold on to the Death Note for a while, and I pretty much figured out his whole memory gambit earlier. I guess that pretty much confirms he's Kira", and then put Light into custody until he can figure out exactly what happened and then come up with a plan to end this nightmare.\\
'''Instead:''' L pretty much lets Light go free as if Light is completely un-suspicious, and then lets Light continue his plan, which soon gets both L and Watari killed. Thus, Kira is free to wreak havoc on the world for another four years.
19th Nov '17 7:04:32 AM Dentaku
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** After a series of serious setbacks, Nami goes through a severe bout of depression. \\

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** After a series of serious life setbacks, Nami goes through a severe bout of depression. \\
19th Nov '17 7:01:57 AM Dentaku
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** Nami [[FaceHeelTurn turns against her sisters]] after they had been neglecting her obvious depressed state for a while already. The fact that [[TheUnfavorite her oldest sister Kazane favors her sister Akiha over her]] just adds to her feelings of helplessness. It doesn't take long before Nami and Akiha have their first violent confrontation, during which Nami vents her frustration. \\

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** After a series of serious setbacks, Nami goes through a severe bout of depression. \\
'''You'd Expect:''' Her sisters pick up on her cries for help, which involve a clearly articulated fear of abandonment. Sure, she might be difficult and even abrasive at times, but she's still family, and her complaints are not ''completely'' without merit. \\
'''Instead:''' Nami's sisters completely ignore her problems, which gets exacerbated by the the fact that [[TheUnfavorite Nami's oldest sister Kazane clearly favors her sister Akiha over her]]. \\
'''Result:'''
Nami [[FaceHeelTurn turns against her sisters]] after they had been neglecting her obvious depressed state for a while already. The fact that [[TheUnfavorite her oldest sister Kazane favors her sister Akiha over her]] just adds to her feelings of helplessness. It doesn't take long before and almost gets them all killed.
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Nami and Akiha have their first violent confrontation, during which Nami vents her frustration.frustrations. \\
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