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I've been watching Death Note lately and I must say the more episodes I see the more confused I get...

When L is the counterpart of Kira, the reasoning already gets a little unlogical - but when the new kid N hunts Kira, it's totally like

'If you fail this test, it will prove that YOU are Kira.'
<Light passes the test>
'Oh you passed - now you're Kira more than ever!'

There's no actual reasoning behind this like it was in the first episodes - now it's just 'the story must go on and N must get close to catching Kira'.
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Is there a reason in the end or does it just get more and more unlogical and obscure?



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