Starting out, we see that there is a pretty significantly sized hole in Kaiba's chest. Later on we see in a flashback that the hole was much smaller when he first showed at the Issoudan base.

Picture comparing the two hole sizes

The collector of Warp's clones mentioned that the hole is one of the indicators of a true clone, and we see that the clone in the final battle also has one. Why would the hole in Kaiba's chest have changed sizes over time?

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I can't say for sure, but IMO, the hole size probably varies depending on a Kaiba/Warp's mental state — the worse he feels, the wider it gets.

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