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To become aware of, especially through careful directed attention.
That’s what you were doing, you were observing. Let no man/woman tell you otherwise, you were observing! At least that’s what you told yourself as you snuck around the library each lunch, or the study hall, or any other room that the subject of your observations just so happened to be.
After about two months of this consistent ‘observing’ you have deduced the following things about the subject. 1) He really loved his toys, 2) he chooses to be antisocial so he can have time with his toys, and 3) he was a very habitual person. Unfortunately, these observations had been made prior to your two months of sneaking around. So basically, two months of observations had brought you nothing.
A large bang resounded throughout the classroom in which you currently resided. While it startled the other students, you remained unperturbed; mainly because the source of the
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“Peek-a-boo.” Cold blue, claw like hands grasped your shoulders from behind, causing you to gasp. Even though you knew it was Ryuk, you couldn't stop the chill that went down your spine. He let out a quiet chuckle, lifted the basket over your head and placed it on your lap. “It's your turn to play. So stop your shaking.”
“Good grief Ryuk, You're going to give someone a heart attack if you keep doing stupid stuff like that. I almost screamed.” Your embarrassed anger only made Ryuk laugh harder. “Moron.” Trying to ignore Ryuk, you dug into the wicker basket and felt all along the bottom until you came across something small and smooth. It was a pure white puzzle piece, and you knew who it belonged to. “Near, I have your item, come on.” Not wanting to be around Ryuk any longer than you already had, you walked into the closet, sat down and waited for Near to join you.
He appeared in the doorway only seconds after you sat dow
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For the forth time this hour, your phone began to ring. You already knew who it was, so there was really no point in digging it out of the cushions of your couch. “I should just turn that thing off. This is getting really annoying.” The calls had been going on for days now. Actually, they'd been coming in ever since you made the mistake of kissing him at that stupid party. When the phone stopped ringing, you looked at the caller ID and confirmed your suspicions, it was Near, again. Ever since that day he'd wanted to meet with you. It wasn't that you didn't like Near, but the idea of being interrogated over something so trivial was not your idea of fun. You turned your phone off and sunk back into your couch to watch TV. “Maybe now I can get some peace and quiet.” Before the first commercial break, there was a knock on your door. “Don't tell me.”
You opened your door, and saw exactly what you expected to see. Near, accompanied by some person yo
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“What do you mean she's been captured? I thought we had surveillance on her house twenty-four seven.” Near held out his hand, still somehow managing to remain calm despite the current circumstances. “Let me see the ransom note.”
Matsuda shakily handed Near the note and stepped back. “Yes sir, I know. She just disappeared. If not for this note, we wouldn't even have known she was missing.”
As soon as it was in his possession, Near began to quickly scan the sloppily written note. “Then I guess it's safe to say that no one saw anyone enter, or leave the house.” Matsuda nodded. “Hm, this is a rather odd note indeed. It has nothing to do with the death note. The criminals just seem to want money, nothing else. Of course, this could be a trap, so we'll have to be careful.”
“If this isn't about the death note, should we even be handling the case?” Slightly confused why the note would have been a