I don't think she had obtained it from anyone. She saw Kohji with an open palm, so she possibly isn't the one who took it out of his hand. It's also very unlikely that she fought someone to get the piece. If that was the case the other person would have destroyed it. Again a fight between killer and Rumi is very unlikely given Rumi's memory. Plus there would have been Rumi's dna in the room, which we don't find as of now.blackmoon wrote: ↑July 23rd, 2020, 7:30 amwell... looking back at past chapter 987, there was an unusual spike from Rumi picked up by both Conan and Haibara when one of the camper mentioned about losing sight and almost had to get a prosthetic.... not to mention Conan sawing her clutching an object (now we know it's Kohji's shogi piece) in her pocket.... so.... that reaction seem to imply that her "impaired" vision may be related to the Kohji case in some way.... otherwise why the strong reaction in clenching the shogi piece when someone else was talking about "impaired vision"... and not to mention in files 1032-34 she was pressing down on her right eye and crouching down on the ground while recalling Kohji's death scene... which seem to further imply that her "impaired eye" may be related to the Kohji incident... Say if she only arrived at the crime scene after everything happened and Kohji was lying on the floor dead (while she happened to pick up the shogi piece from the crime scene) then there is no explanation for what could have caused her eye to be "impaired" and not to mention the scar marks left on her body that appeared to be left from a fight or struggle with someone who held a sharp object... could Rumi have possibly fought with someone else over that shogi piece and the person left her the scars as well as an eye injury?
There's a fine argument that the piece not in the scene and the piece in Kohji's hand is equally damaging for the culprit.
If one introspects one can see that even if the piece isn't there once can know it's identity (that it's a bishop piece) and can figure out the dying message..just that it will be a bit harder.
So a very intelligent killer will most likely try to kill the potential of the piece to become a damaging evidence, i.e. just to leave it on the crime scene as a sign of a struggle and that's it.
Rumi possibly had no faith on the investigating agency hence she took the piece away. Then when she thought that the piece could be just a lucky charm and not a dying message she lost all her will to fight.
Rumi's injuries could be stitches from a big operation, but I'm not sure.