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I hate Near cause he is so childish there are almost no crimes when L was gone. Actually I had no problem if L won or Kira won. When L died I hoped that we will get a timeskip with no more crimes then him passing the identity Kira and his death note to his Son or Daughter then the End. People give him too much credit cause Light and L did almost the work. It was okay for someone to replace L but I think It should be someone Mature and smarter than L but what do we Mello and Near, actually Mello was better than Near and a better sucessor than Near. We could also have in the end someone who also has a death note so we can have another death note series. I found a great fiction about a New Kira, Near and a another L. I wished Misa gave birth to Light Child, his son will take revenge on Near or his son will become the New L if someone kills Near. Maybe the producers told the creator of death note to end Death this way to teach kids murder is bad. Its okay with me if Light lost to Near if it took like decade since he is not as experienced as L. Overall a terrible ending and Near is an overall terrible character
I love Near... Please don't hate him.. and his childish acts is just a proof that he's still achild but very smart and intelligent though. And he's not competing with L.. they're one in this fight, he showed it at the last episode. He just pieced all L's evidence together and created a solid proof to finally capture Light as Kira.. It's not right to hate him just because you admired the other characters more than im and just because he has a few flaws than L. I like L and I love Near better. He gave Deathnote and very excellent ending. :)
Why do people hate him so much?? He's just a little fluffy white furball in pajamas (・・?)
I don't understand why people hate him, cuz he's not as smart as L? No, no, he's not as experienced as L, but he IS smarter than him, don't believe me? go read Death Note: how to read 13.. you can see that his IQ is 9 while L's is 8, Light is 9 as well.
cuz he defeated Light? what did you expect? Light becoming a "god" and ruling the world with what HE calls "justice"? sick! besides, it was Light's fault that he underestimated him.
He is annoying? he was annoying Light, that's good to me, since light became an idiot who thinks he's the smartest genius ever born, potato chips, yeah, what a genius.
cuz his character is boring? you gotta be kiding me! he's cute, sometimes he's creepy, that's interesting, playing with his toys or hair is interesting and cute as well.
cuz he tries to copy L? oh! he has NEVER met L!
I did not like the second part of the anime that much as the first part. After L died the anime was getting sucked. At least in a lot of ways. I have to say that the second season was not that bad at all if you look at it as a hole new story and not as a part of the serie, but if you look like it the way it is, it was pretty getting sucked from a lot of sides. We had to miss the mindfucks, and the second season had not the same mood as the first. Sometimes Near felt like a crybaby hunting for a adult, and it is hard to believe that it was that crybaby, Near, that succeeded L.
Near was not that good as L, and he had never succeeded if L had not done so much research and investigation already. Liking L, makes it hard to like N. He's trying to succeed L, and it's impossible not to compare these two with each other. It is that Near finally succeeded L, and made L's dead not go into a waste, that I loved this character. If Light had survived the second season, I had hated N really much, but since killing Light was the only way to end the story properly, I believe N wasn't that bad at all. Without the character Near, all what L had done was for nothing. And that would be really sad for a good character like L. Near was only needed to repaire the mistake of the first part: not letting kill L the bloody Kira, Light. If you could call it a mistake. After all, the serie is still going on with the same question: 'what is wrong and what isn't. Who can give the answer?'