Rem instead convinces her to give up ownership of the Death Note, which Misa agrees to do although it pains her to lose her memories of her connection to Light. In the second movie, Rem declares her love for Misa and her contempt for Light moments before her death. Light puts Misa in danger by making her continue to write names in the Death Note, leading Rem to be tricked into writing down Watari 's name and L 's real name in the notebook to kill them. When Misa meets Light, Rem sees that Misa's lifespan has been halved yet again. This makes her equally as guilty as Ryuk of not displaying 'proper' traits for a Shinigami to have.
Charleigh. Age: 26.
While her Death Note is left behind in the manga and anime, in the film, Rem burns her Death Note out of spite, saying that Light will not have it.
Liana. Age: 25.
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Rem returns at the beginning of Act 2, immediately after Misa picks up a Death Note. When Misa impulsively meets Light against his orders, Light takes advantage of Rem wanting to save Misa in order to get Rem to kill L, claiming that it's for his, and consequently Misa's, happiness. When Misa finally meets Light, the meeting does not go happily, and Rem is upset with how things turn out. In the Death Note television drama , Rem is initially very similar to her role in canon. Shortly after, Rem confronted Light at his house, telling him of Misa having relinquished her memories, and threatened to kill him should he not save Misa. In the second movie, Rem declares her love for Misa and her contempt for Light moments before her death. Rem is portrayed by various actresses for the different musical productions.