Jesus washed judas feet knowing that he would be betrayed by judas. L even says “We should be parting ways soon” because L knew himself he was going to die. When he was washing his feet it was almost like he was mocking his god-like status. So by kneeling in front of him and washing his feet he was taunting him.
L gives Light a foot massage. It can be viewed in many different ways. One way is that L is acknowledging that Light is Kira, and is offering a kind of faux submissive act. Another is a symbolic reference to Jesus washing Judas’s feet.
Because L’s “it’s the least I can do to atone for my sins” line is him accepting Light’s God status, and it’s suppose to also simultaneously make L like Jesus, because Jesus washed the feet of Judas just before Judas had him die.
tl;dr: The foot-washing was to show that L knew Light was Kira, that Light would betray him, that he accepted this fate, and that he hoped Light would nevertheless reject the path he was traveling and seek a path to redemption.
Well, most anime fans can catch onto the fact that L probably lied to assuage Light’s concerns. However, the writer even gives proof of that in one of his extension manga. There, it’s revealed that if L gives a percentage at all it means he suspects a person over 90%. And in Light’s case, probably even more than that.
|Full name||L Lawliet (manga and anime) Lebensborn Atubia (real name; American film)|
|Alias||Ryuzaki (竜崎, Ryūzaki) Hideki Ryuga (流河 旱樹, Ryūga Hideki) Lind L. Tailor Eraldo Coil Deneuve L-Prime (in L: Change the World) Yoshio Anderson (in the TV drama)|
L’s hearing the bell refers to the death knell which can be heard three times 1st as to warn he is going to die and the last one when he is dead. ( Exactly how death knell is refered in bible) L washing Light’s feet refers to the scene in Bible where Jesus is washing feet of Judas (one of the 12 disciples of.
When Rem wrote his name in her Death Note, in order to prevent the Task Force’s plans that would have revealed Misa to be Kira, Watari used the last of his strength to delete all the data from the Task Force headquarters, as L instructed him to do this in case something “strange” happened.
He was way too lax with keeping surveillance on Light near the end too, especially since he has shown that he doesn’t care much for human rights with his illegal capture and internment of Misa. L knew that Light was Kira, even if he was “proven innocent”.
5 L’s Sugar Addiction
L’s diet consists mainly of sugary sweets but he isn’t overweight as a result. … L claims this is because of his immense amounts of brainpower. In chapter 38 of the Death Note manga, L states that it’s easy for him to remain thin because his brain consumes all the calories from the sweets.
Near Has Albinism: Near sports white hair, a trait that wouldn’t be remarkable if he existed in a different anime. … Some fans hypothesize Near’s hair is the result of albinism, a group of disorders in which the body produces little-to-no melanin.
|L (Death Note)|
|Birthday||October 31, 1979|
Yes. The shinigami is too similar to light. In death parade the arbiter who judged light told the girl he had there to choose if light goes to reincarnate or not. If he reincarnated she and the guy she liked would go to the void as we see them do in the ending of the episode.
|Misa Amane||15 42 30 6 (anime) 12 74 2 9 55 (TV drama, Othellonia)|
|Soichiro Yagami||932253 (film series)|
It’s never explained. However, one of the novels hints that that and many of L’s other quirks (slouching even when standing, eating nothing but sugar, not sleeping until he’s about ready to collapse) may be a response to stress from work.
Aoi Todo (IQ 530000)
Don’t be surprised, but Aoi Todo is indeed the smartest anime character of all time. And he is way ahead of his opponents by an unbelievable IQ of 530,000.
L probably already knew that Light had a plan to use Rem to write L’s name on the Death Note but instead he wrote Watari’s name which Light didn’t know and thought L died in success. L didn’t write his name to try if that rule is true.
Many fans have differing opinions on the character of Misa Amane as she can be quite a handful. That said, she’s not as dumb as she comes off as times and even makes it far enough in the series to outlive Light despite his many attempts to kill her.
The scene is a reference of the moment when Jesus washed Judas feet, and Jesus later is betrayed by Judas. The scene meant that L knew that one of them were going to die soon.
No. Near was an orphan at Wammy House, founded by L’s father and used by L to train his successor.
No he does’t love his family and in anime, he even ready to scarifies his sister too if something went wrong. he loved his family. but the death note corrupted him.
Light really didn’t feel like he had any obstacles once L was killed. L was several times pointed out as being the only child who could actually stop Kira. Near and Mello, despite the way the manga tries to project them as elites, just don’t feel like they could actually take down Light with how smart he was.
The anime and manga make it look like that was a perfect plan and everything was under light’s control. The live-action tv series implies that light regrets everything he had done up to that point and that he wanted to get free of the death note.
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