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Derodovely
Deridovely
Appearances
Manga Debut
Anime Debut
Personal Info.
Species
Shinigami
Gender
Male
Stats
Intelligence
3/10
Inquisitiveness
2/10
Initiative
3/10
Empathy
2/10
Kills
6/10
Rank
10
Actors
Japanese Dub
Tetsuo Goto (後藤 哲夫, Gotō Tetsuo)
English Dub
David Pettitt
Spanish Dub
Ferso Velázquez (Mexico)
Portuguese Dub
Ronaldo Júlio (Brazil)
German Dub
Fritz Rott

Forget it! It's pointless!

— Deridovely

Deridovely (デリダブリー, Deridaburī), alternatively Dellidublly, is a Shinigami who spends his time gambling.

AppearanceEdit

Deridovely is humanoid in appearance, but wears a bone mask over his face. He carries a scythe, making him thematically similar to the classical depiction of a grim reaper.

CharacterEdit

He usually gambles with Gook and Ryuk, though it is implied that Ryuk doesn't often participate.

PlotEdit

He's gambling with Gook in the first episode, and wins a game against him. Gook invites Ryuk to join them, but Ryuk is distracted with the Human World. Five days later, Ryuk tells Gook and Deridovely that he dropped his Death Note in the human world and leaves. Thereafter, Deridovely is absent from the series, only appearing in flashbacks in which Ryuk tells Light of the Shinigami Realm.

His last official appearance in the series was in the OVA Death Note Relight 1: Visions of a God, where an unnamed Shinigami is talking to him, Gook, and Zellogi, asking where Ryuk is.

ConceptionEdit

Takeshi Obata said that he based Deridovely on a "gross-looking transparent insect." Obata believes that the bandages aid the design.

TriviaEdit

  • His name is given as "Dellidublly" in the original Japanese version of Death Note 13: How to Read, but as "Deridovely" in Viz's English-language version.

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