The Death Note is only effective on humans. The person whose name is inscribed on this note will perish. This message will not be effective unless the writer writes the subject's name with the subject's face in mind. This is done to keep persons with the same name from being impacted. A Death Note cannot kill animals or spirits.
In addition, the Death Note can only write the names of living people. It cannot write the names of people who have already died. Thus, it could not write the names of those killed by terrorists, since they had already died when their names were written down. However, it could write the names of victims of natural disasters such as tsunamis and earthquakes.
Furthermore, the Death Note cannot write the names of people who have not yet been born. For example, it could not write the names of future presidents or celebrities. However, it could write the names of people who are currently alive but will die in the future, such as 100-year-old people. In addition, the Death Note can write the names of people who are no longer alive, if they were famous enough. For example, it could write the name "John Lennon" because he was once a living human being who was famous enough to deserve commemoration even after his death.
Finally, notes taken from other sources cannot be used to write the names of people who have been killed.
1. The person whose name you put on the Death Note will pass away (with the exception of the Death God). That makes sense, I suppose. 2. When writing a person's name, you must have an image of them in your mind; this prevents persons with the same name from being murdered. 3. To actually kill someone, you must go to any city outside of Japan and use their death certificate as your template for writing more names. 4. Once you have enough death certificates, you can go to a police station and make an official report of all the murders that have been written in your notebook.
That's about it. Writing people's names down seems like a good idea but it isn't exactly practical for real life situations.
From Kentucky to Russia, "Death Note" has infiltrated the real world in a number of terrifying occurrences. In reality, individuals all around the world, most of whom are young schoolchildren, have "used" their own Death Notes to write the names of their classmates and instructors, dreaming that it would bring them death. Although no deaths have been reported as a result of these experiments, many experts believe that this phenomenon indicates that the Death Note is actually a tool used by evil spirits to carry out murders.
The first episode of Death Note aired on January 7th, 2006, and it became an instant hit with television viewers everywhere. The show follows the story of Light Yagami, a young man who finds a mysterious notebook called the Death Note which allows him to kill anyone whose name he writes down. Trained by Leland "Lee" Campbell, a former police officer turned criminal mastermind, Light uses his new power to fight crime and win over Kira, the 11-year-old boy who owns the Death Note.
Although the series was created by Tsukasa Ohta, it is based on a book by Hitoshi Igarashi. The original Death Note manuscript was sold at auction for $450,000 by Yukio Mishima, the famous Japanese author.
A Shinigami in the Shinigami realm cannot murder the possessor of a Death Note. A Shinigami who comes to the human world with the intent of murdering the owner of a Death Note will also be unable to accomplish it. However, if the Shinigami decides to kill someone else in the human world instead, the Death Note holder can be murdered after they return to the human world.
In other words, if the Death Note user does not intend to kill anyone, then he or she is safe from being killed by a Shinigami. However, if the Death Note user intends to kill someone, then he or she cannot escape being murdered once they return to the human world.
This only applies to regular Death Notes though. Death Gods' and Phantom Thieves' notes are different.
Also, if you give your Death Note to someone, they become eligible to be killed by a Shinigami too. However, this does not apply to God Souls or Phantom Thieves.
Finally, if you write your own death note and submit it to a Death God, they will find what you wrote interesting and will grant you their blessing. This means that you can write a death note for someone else too!
As long as what you wrote in your note matches what actually happens to the person, then they will die.
The shinigami would technically be able to kill a person without a death note if they used this method. And, given that shinigami die when they murder a person without a death note, this may work. However, I have another example. Say a Shinigami was not able to obtain a death note. They could still kill someone by using one of the other methods (such as killing with his/her own hands). Then again, maybe not...
It is typically acceptable to use the names of deceased persons in fiction, as well as to fabricate events that did not actually occur (Forrest Gump is a good example of this). If you create a tale about a deceased person that includes other persons who are still living, you risk being sued.
However, it is best practice to use real people as sources of inspiration for your characters. The more famous someone is, the more likely it is to cause problems for you if you don't get their permission. For example, it would be impossible to write a novel about Charles Dickens without acknowledging his existence. However, writing under a pseudonym is much easier to escape liability if things go wrong.
As with all forms of creative work, only you can decide how far you want to take this idea. It might make for a interesting story, but if you try to make money out of it you might need permission from the last surviving family member.
Note on Suicide A suicide note, also known as a death note, is a statement left behind when a person commits themselves or prepares to commit suicide. They can be written words printed on a piece of paper, but they can also be images, songs, or other pieces of music. People sometimes write notes explaining why they are killing themselves, for example "to make a difference", "to save someone else from suffering the way I did", or simply as a reminder that they are dying. Others write poems or art works about their pain and loneliness. Still others use their notes as a platform to help others by writing inspiring quotes or instructions on how others can help themselves or others in need.
The word "note" here means a brief written statement giving information about someone who has died. It is usually used to tell people what kind of person they have been so that others will know what to do with their bodies. For example, a note might say: "In memory of George Harrison". This means that Harrison has died and his body will be buried or cremated.
When someone kills themselves, it is important for relatives and friends to understand what caused them to take their own lives. Writing a note allows those left behind to express their feelings about the person who has died.