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She never had the chance, somewhat by design Rem deduces on our behalf in Chapter 57 that this is all part of Light's chessmaster plan coming to a head. Light had arranged for Misa to regain a death note. Light's ideal situation would be for Misa to remember L's name, as that would let him proceed more cautiously, but he planned for the possibility she ...


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These are actually several questions and should be asked separately (And at least one of them has already been answered). Also, please be sure to include your own research on the matter in future questions. Why didn’t Misa kill L second time she got shinigami eyes? The event that should have lead to her killing L was her obtaining ownership and thus ...


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Ohba never has stated what happened to the Task-Force headquarters. If L left a will, his assets would have to pass to his heir (I doubt he had a legal document for that case with all that secrecy around him, but who knew). Even if L died without a will, that building still could be one of the properties that his succesor Near inherited, like the money he ...


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Light tells Misa to dig out the Death Note which he had hidden in the forest, as soon Misa was released from custody. He orders her to trade the Shinigami Eyes with Ryuk and kill L by writing his name in the notebook. But to her disgrace, she didn't remember L's, or to be precise, Ryuzaki's real name. She admits this to Light during one of their meetings ...


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All of these references point to similar ideas. Erased, Anohana and Death Note all have similar plot lines dealing with death: Erased 29 year old Satoru Fujinuma is sent back in time 18 years to prevent the events leading to his mother's death, which began with a series of kidnappings in his 5th grade year. Anohana Five childhood companions reunite when ...


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I don't have a copy on hand to check, but according to the Death Note Wiki: "in Death Note 13: How to Read, Tsugumi Ohba states that there was no underlying reason for his choice of apples. He is quoted as saying that he liked the way the red apples contrast with Ryuk's dark appearance." So so much for that idea. Doesn't surprise anyone. A lot of ...


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Forbidden fruit - Death Note makes many references to Christianity. The apple is popularly thought to be the forbidden fruit in Genesis, which the snake told Eve would make her smarter, open her eyes, and elevate her to the status of God. ... Eating the apple was the Original sin and the first symbol of temptation. Here is an answer to a similar question. ...


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