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Have you ever dropped a show because of a character death?

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Yes, SnK. There was no reason to watch after Moses had died.
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Yes, the bible. There was no reason to read after Moses had died.
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Moses thread?
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>>100665442
Why not?
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Yes, VVV. There was no reason to watch after Moses had died.
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>>100663896
I dropped death note once Light died.
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>>100663896
No, why would you?
>well this character is the only reason why I'd watch this show
I'm sure he/she would think that you should finish it off.
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>>100663896
Near was better than L
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>>100666933
Near was a faggot, and if it wasn't for Mellow, he would have never won.
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>>100663896
I should have dropped it while Light had his victory. Thank god L died.
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Sure was a great 7-episode anime. 10/10
;_;
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>>100663896
The live action had a better ending
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>>100666976
Doesn't matter do you win by an inch or a mile
Winning is all that matters
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>>100667307
Light won the battle, even if not the war. L was unable to trump him single handedly, and that's what the viewers were really invested in.
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i stopped watching when l died because the people going against light were always faggots and i felt him winning was the end the series deserved

come at me
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>>100667005
It actually gets pretty gud again
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I didn't, but you should
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>>100667307
L would have won if it wasn't for Rem.
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>>100666933
>Near
>better than L
Get a load of this gaylord
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Daily reminder that what happens after L dies is not canon and Light wins the kirabowl.
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>>100669195
rem-job
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>>100663896
well I dropped Death Note at ep 3 so I dont care
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Why did Ohba have to pussy out and not just let Light win?
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>>100669931
That is simply juvenile.
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L is a moralfag. Light has what it takes to really change the world.
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>>100670199

Light was an even bigger moralfag. He put his own morals above the law and called it "justice".
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I dropped R2 after Lelouch died.
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>>100667307
>Doesn't matter do you win by an inch or a mile

Christ this disgusting scrub mentality
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>>100667307
Thanks Vin Diesel.
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>>100670199
This. Call me edgy all you want, but Light actually had a chance to truly make the world a better place.

Fear is one of the single most powerful emotions a living being can feel and it can trigger all kinds of irrational behavior and terrorism often succeeds because of this factor like it or not, Light intended to stop violent crme forever by spreading this exact absolute fear across the entire world and he was slowly, but surely recruiting many followers to his cause, if he had won I doubt it would have been long before the entire world submitted to Kira and accepted his rule.

Before you bring up how justice is inherently flawed Light may have gone off the deep end by the end, but he was no idiot which they constantly reminded us of with the exception of his selfish desire to defeat L, I believe he would have relied on actual criminal investigation to determine whether someone truly was guilty rather than deciding an accusation alone warranted their death, it's like fucking throwing pudding at the teacher from the left side of the lunchroom then saying someone on the right did it the second she turns around knowing full well you're bullshitting.

And eventually all intelligence would have had no choice, but to accept Kira as well meaning he would have the best evidence possible before truly making a final sentence, it may be heavily flawed, but my point is the future wasn't completely bleak if it hadn't all gone to shit.

Do I think this would stay neat and tidy for long? Fuck no.
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>>100670905
>terrorism often succeeds

ahahahaa

>that blatant ignorance of how criminals think

I bet you think the death penalty is actually a successful crime deterrent to, you worthless, ignorant, cheeseburger munching ameritrash.
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>>100666933
>>100666976
Winning doesn't matter.
It's about characters not being annoying garbage.
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>>100670905
Light stated that eventually he intended to rid society of those that he deemed didn't contribute enough, like the lazy. So no, he had no intention of keeping to the criminals.
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>>100668385
Is your shift key broken?
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>>100671126
When I said often I meant the main purpose to spread fear into society.

murica for better or worse doesn't let jack shit they do faze them other than spreading bullshit rumors and starting witch hunts.
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After best girl died, I saw no reason to keep watching.
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>>100671215
Are you saying Near is more or less annoying than L?
>>100671237
That was said by his spokesperson, not Kira himself. In fact after they say that on the news Light thinks to himself about how they're being overzealous or something.
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>>100671237
All of you beta NEETs would get killed off
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>>100671323
>That was said by his spokesperson, not Kira himself. In fact after they say that on the news Light thinks to himself about how they're being overzealous or something.

No, he only thinks it was "too soon", and there's a portion of the manga where he specifically states that this is his intention.
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>>100671237
I can't justify that and I won't even try to.

But just maybe he could have spread enough fear to erase all violent crime permanently when they know all it takes is a single record to end them, that was the point of my post.

Light's still an absolute moralfaggot who let himself sink way too far.
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>>100671345
>>100671376

As much as I don't want to die I can't deny that the world would be a better place without my kind.
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>>100671443
But then who would love all the waifus anon?
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>>100671566
Once we die we will pass into the second dimension if we have loved it for long enough.

Enjoy your love though, I'm becoming a pokemon trainer and eventually taming Xerneas and Yveltal so I can conquer the entire omniverse.
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>>100671443
No it wouldn't.

We don't do anything for society, but we don't anything TO it now do we?

There's nothing wrong with being lazy we just don't give a shit.
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>>100667005

Kamina was a faggot. Seriously, as a SR fan, there's no bigger try hard than Kamina.

Kills me people are inspired by him as much as they are. It was a plot point that he was literally just a hard head big talking faggot who faked his way through all those speeches.
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Hamburger ;_;
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>>100663896
No.

I almost dropped a show because a character *didn't* die though. Specifically Symphogear when Tsubasa sang her swan song. I honestly would have been better off dropping it since that show was trash. One of the only interesting plot devices they had in the show they gradually trivialized to the point where Chris sings it in the end and nothing fucking happens to her.
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>>100672200
You can't live without taking things away from the society, so if you don't give it back the world would be a little better, without you.
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No, but I got close to in TTGL after Kamina's death. He was literally my only enjoyment of the show.
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>>100665151
But anon Moses isn't dead he is titan shifter
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>>100667005
Simon is better than Kamina in every way.

Kamina was a faker, Simon was the real deal. And Simon didn't die a virgin.
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>>100672344
Kamina was certainly a hard head big talking guy but that was part of his charm honestly. Just because they're character flaws doesn't mean they can't be endearing. Plus I thought his character was an interesting take on the Wise Mentor archetype; that is to say, he certainly wasn't wise or measured as a mentor, but he served that role to Simon and successfully inspired him as well as an entire revolution with his clumsy words, attitude, outlook, etc.
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>>100666823
Who didn't
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>>100673618
OP obviously



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