Given name: つぐみFamily name: 大場
Alternate names: Ooba Tsugumi
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Tsugumi Ohba is a fictional writer credited with writing the manga Death Note. His/Her real identity (and gender) is a closely guarded secret. Some fans believe that Tsugumi Ohba is just a pen-name for Hiroshi Gamou.
Day and night, develops manga plots while holding knees on a chair (reminiscent of one of the main characters in Death Note, L.) (Source: The VIZ English graphic novel's profile)
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Knowing a name comes up as one of the most vital struggles in Death Note, as the focus of the series is the game of deception. The importance and relevance of names may not be so far behind in our own reality. In some places and situations, just knowing a name can mean life or death.
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