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Name
Naomi MisoraNaomi Misora(南空 ナオミ)Naomi Misora (Death Note)
Alias
Shoko MakiShoko Maki(間木 照子)
Race
JapaneseJapanese
Gender
FemaleFemale
Age
27 years old(at time of death)27 years old(at time of death)
Hair
BlackBlack
Eyes
BlackBlack
Height
5'6"168 cm
Weight
101 lbs45.8 kg
Status
Former FBI AgentFormer FBI Agent
Quote
"L has my complete trust."
Voice
Tabitha St. GermainNaoko Matsui
Debut
Manga Chapter 8, Anime Episode 5Manga Chapter 8, Anime Episode 5
Anime
Death NoteDeath Note

Character Description: Naomi Misora

Naomi Misora was one or Kira (Light Yagami)'s victims. She was engaged to Raye Penber, also an FBI agent who was tailing Light to gather information of him possibly being Kira, but their marriage was cut short due to his death. Naomi soon decides after trying to find information about her fiancé's death that she knows that Kira can kill his victims with other ways than a heart attack. When she does try to contact L]], he could not answer her due to him being in another meeting regarding [[Kira. Light offers to help her with her problem once he hears Kira's name mentioned in her argument.

Light and Naomi share a conversation while on their way to the Head Office, and Naomi becomes extremely cautious around Light, suspecting that he may well be Kira. She even uses a fake ID with him. Although Naomi puts up a decent fight against Light, he eventually takes advantage of her and then kills her.

In the Death Note novel, Death Note, Another Note: Los Angeles B.B Murder cases, Naomi plays a huge role acting as the main detective with the B.B case before Kira. She eventually teams up with [[L]] and manages to stop the murderer, B.B, just in time.

In Death Note Volume 13, How to Read, it is mentioned by both Ohba and Obata that they were sad to see her go.

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