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Death Note is a manga written by Tsugumi Ohba and illustrated by Takeshi Obata, with various adaptations. The protagonist, Yagami Light, finds a notebook which can be used to kill anyone, and tries to use this to reform society as he sees fit.

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No, because of several things: A human with the Shinigami Eyes cannot see the lifespan of other Death Note owners. (How to Use: XVIII) If you write your name and a cause that cannot be possible (bei …
answered Sep 14 '14 by Madara Uchiha
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People are predictable. Especially if you know one's personality in advance, you can almost accurately predict what one might do with great power, such as the Death Note. Light is far from stupid, he …
answered Dec 17 '12 by Madara Uchiha
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The rules aren't contradicting. Both say that you cannot use the death note to kill other people whose names aren't written in it. For example, you can't write John Doe went to the mall, took out …
answered Feb 8 '14 by Madara Uchiha
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No. There is a rule specifically against that: In the Death Note, you cannot set the death date longer than the victim’s original life span. Even if the victim’s death is set in the Death Note bey …
answered Jan 11 '13 by Madara Uchiha
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No. Humans who die don't go to Heaven or Hell (because neither exists). They go to Mu (Which means, nothing). Death Note, Volume 12, page 188, has these two rules in regards to "Mu": "All huma …
answered Dec 11 '12 by Madara Uchiha
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There are a few things wrong with your theory: Death by Death Note doesn't count in the user's lifespan. Even if you have 80 more years to live, if I write your name down now you die 30 seconds late …
answered Aug 19 '14 by Madara Uchiha
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Because Rem threatened to kill him should anything happen to Misa Misa. If he planned to use Misa Misa as a tool and perhaps sacrifice her eventually. He would have to get Rem out of the way.
answered Feb 16 '14 by Madara Uchiha
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It was said that when a Shinigami saves a human with his Death Note, that Shinigami dies, and his remaining life-span is transferred to the human he saved. But imagine the following situation, a Shin …
asked Dec 11 '12 by Madara Uchiha
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It's not shortening B's lifespan, you had to write B's name in the death note to make that happen. The way you can accidentally shorten someone's lifespan is, for example, killing the police officer …
answered Jan 12 '15 by Madara Uchiha
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3.6 in Japanese measurement is the equivalent of 72/20 in American measurement. That's considered to be Excellent eyesight. It's not that you see 3.6 times further, you are able to distinguish, 3.6 t …
answered Jul 23 '13 by Madara Uchiha
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That is correct. Jane Doe will die of a heart attack 40 seconds later (unless the cause/time of death is also described for the second victim). The death note will not cause the deaths of other human …
answered May 20 '15 by Madara Uchiha