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    TristinHyuga is offline Junior Member Newbie
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    Default Detective's Method

    For those who are conisidered analytical , would appreicate it if you could tell me the methods of like Near, L , and Mello. Also Light if you would like to. But say like here is an example: Near : Probabilty,Assumptions, etc. But it really does interest me how they solve their cases and such.

    P.S. Also please everyone who views this form can you please reply?
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    Sherman is offline Senior Member Always Around
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    Well, you specifically asked for a reply so here you go. But I don't really think you're going to have much luck with this. It's kinda vague.

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    This is a very dead beat thread, so i ll try and spark some life into it.
    Light, his detective method, or rather his thought pattern for solving problems is very egotistical. He makes the assumption that he can foresee and outsmart everyone, and though he mainly succeeded, he still gave much room for error.
    L on the other hand, is much more of a trial and error type of guy, he believes this is the right path, but he is not so holier-than-thou attitude that he claims to be completely right. Thats why he mostly expresses his thoughts through probabilities.
    As far as Mello and Near, its also trial and error. Mello tries, and Near errors. :P

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    TristinHyuga is offline Junior Member Newbie
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    What do you mean by trial and error or anyone viewing this thread thinks he/she means trial and error

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    setoboe is offline Member Frequent Poster
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    What i meant is that he is not so arrogant as to claim he is correct when he has only elaborated a hypothesis.

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    TristinHyuga is offline Junior Member Newbie
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    Please everyone grant us with more of your wisdom and opinions please.

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    Both L and Light have a thought process that involves an advanced form of Observation. With this, they use a mindset of "Thinking ahead". L is the Trial and Error type, Light is the Process of Elimination type.


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    near uses a crystal ball.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ragnarok_moogle View Post
    near uses a crystal ball.
    Basically, yeah. His inductions were downright psychic.

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    I like L's thought method because aside from using the probabilities it reminds me most of Shinichi's thought process in detective conan - which you don't always get to see. But you know that he thinks of "every" possibility there is as to what happened.

    Of course, L was slightly hindered by almost not believing in "Death Gods" until he saw and could assess them.
    Basically they have imagination. But in thinking of every possibility they rarely lock themselves into a closet unless there is a completely unforeseen element.
    To L it was the secret compartment in Light's watch - and later the devotion of the Death God to their book's owner.

    Light - is not a detective. He's reactive. Something happens, he changes his approach. But he is not all knowing. The only reason he got away with it for so long was a combination of factors in his favor.

    Mello and Near only succeeded because those factors had changed in their favor. "Kira's disciple" came to realize that Kira was not a god, Takky's and Misa's involvement = their separate minds, came to turn on Light though they believed it would help him.
    Not to mention that Light undid himself - like Ryuk says, Light came to rely on him and that was never supposed to happen - there would be no repeat of Light's favorable reliance on a death god that lead to the destruction of L, which light counted on.
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