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Discussion in 'The Edge of the Forum' started by Lilith Valentine, Jul 14, 2018.
Light was in the right and his actions were only aiming to change the world, change my mind.
Agree completely. I rooted for L's death from the beginning.
Was very sad to see Light die. Greatest man to ever live.
Ew weeb shit
I really suggest people watch Death Note regardless if they are an anime fan or not. Death note is hands down one the smartest and philosophy driven anime that has ever been produced. There's just countless hours worth of debates on the topics the series brings up and so many moral topics that it covers. It actually takes time to make you think about what you are watching over just mindless entertainment.
Warning: Spoilers inside!
Light failed to completely purge the world and died
Yeah, there was nothing wrong with him eating a potato chip very dramatically.
Spoiler about Supernatural S13
Lucifer, bringers of light, died in s13 of supernatural
Oh... I thought this particular meme was over
I'll take a potato chip, and eat it!
I got bored of the anime halfway through so I watched the movie instead.
Honestly, I don’t think I ever finished the anime, but I heard the movie is a lot worse. After a bit the anime got boring.
It was pretty bad, yeah, but at least I got a summary of the story.
The Japanese movies or the Netflix abomination?
I think it was Death Note 2006.
...Death Note '06... Holy shit
I was on lights side at first, but once it became clear that he would sacrifice anyone, including his family, I changed my mind. Mostly because it became a game to him. He started off for the greater good, but it became vanity.
Here's the incarnation of the Darkness in Supernatural
The second Light beat you-know-who, the show became a snore.
The fact that he would sacrifice anyone shows how committed he was to the cause. If he wasn't determined enough to kill his own blood then I would have had no respect for him.