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Agatha
Agatha
Agatha from Memorabilia

VIZ Media name

Agatha[1] (en-us Speaker)

Variant

Name: Agatha[2][3] (de Speaker, es-es Speaker), Agathe[4] (fr Speaker), Agata[5] (it Speaker), 아가사[6] Agasa (ko), 雅迦莎[7] Yǎjiāshā Speaker (zh-hk), 阿嘉莎[8] Ājiāshā Speaker (zh-tw)
Nickname: "Bloody Agatha"[9] (en-us Speaker), "Sangre Fresca"[10] (es-es Speaker), 鮮血のアガサ[11] Senketsu no Agasa Speaker (Fresh Blood Agatha ja)

Original name

アガサ[12] Agasa Speaker

Rank No.

2[13] of unknown era

Current status

Awakened, killed by Ghosts

Ties

Organization

Class

Unknown

Technique

Unknown

Quote

How about a bit of fun before the end?[14]

First appearance

Scene 75

EtymologyEdit

The original Japanese Claymore name transliterates from "Agatha," deriving from the Greek αγαθος agathos (good).

St. Agatha is a 3rd century saint, usually depicted in Renaissance paintings as being tortured, naked or carrying her excised breasts on a platter.

The Claymore character appears as a demonic inversion of historic saint.

AppearanceEdit

HumanEdit

Naked human form only an extension of hair-like tentacles, which attach atop a crustacean body.[15]

AwakenedEdit

Unique to other awakened beings, Agatha's true awakened form appears little changed from her original human form, though her true form remains hidden (first within a massive crab-like form, and later a smaller humanoid-form).[16]

Agatha Awakened link

PersonalityEdit

Self-assured. Blase indifference to suffering she causes.

In Chaldean Numerology, the number 2—Agatha's number—is often viewed as the number of evil and misfortune. Compare to Priscilla.

DatasheetEdit

ClassEdit

Unknown type. Having no Organization datasheet in the "Yoma War Record," her ability and baselines are unknown.

Displays the usual shapeshifting of awakened beings. Agatha shifts her vital core about the awakened body, avoiding damage when attacked. Uses a human form as a decoy. In this, Agatha resembles the Tapeworm awakened.

HistoryEdit

Early life unknown.

Mystery in RabonaEdit

Sid, after helping Clarice and Miata escape the city guards, takes them to a guardhouse in a cemetery. Inside is Galk's office. Galk says locals have been disappearing and suspects a Yoma. On Clarice's questioning, Sid confirms that a woman of Galatea's description lives in town.

Elsewhere in the city, Galatea says farewell to orphans leaving a neighborhood church. She turns to say farewell to Father Mohr as welll. Clarice and Miata have arrived as expected.[17]

ComplicationEdit

Galatea reveals she released Yoma power, tricking Organization to send execution party. She hoped they would fight Agatha instead.[18] But Clarice and Miata ignore Agatha and attack Galatea. 3-way fight develops as Galatea fights both them and Agatha.[19]

Gerke leads counterattack—a diversion. Sid climb on Agatha and attacks human appendage. But tentacles ensnare him. Galatea frees Sid and throws him to Clarice.[20]

When Miata does attack Agatha, tentacles ensnare Miata. Clarice runs away, only to reappear behind Agatha. Clarice escapes with Miata, critically wounded. Agatha defeats everyone. Holy City defenseless.[21]

Surprise visitorsEdit

Clare and the Ghosts suddenly appear in town.[22]

They immobilize Agatha by severing her legs. Tabitha uses her Yoma Energy sensing to follow Agatha's vital c as it moves about the false body, then instructs her comrades as to where to strike.

Agatha is forced to abandon her crab form and contracts into a giant mummy—similar to the manga version of Hilda[23]—with tape-like tentacles.[24] As the Ghosts whittle down this second false body, Agatha escapes in her true human form. She takes Galatea hostage. But Clare, per Galatea's suggestion, uses Quicksword to kill Agatha.[25]

ReferencesEdit

Tankōbon Claymore volumes cited are VIZ Media (en-us) editions, unless otherwise noted. Manga scenes (chapters) not yet translated cite Shueisha tankōbon (ja) editions. Manga scenes not yet published in tankōbon form cite Jump SQ (ja) editions. Fragments of Silver Omnibus (総集編 銀の断章 Gin no Danshou) 1–3, Shueisha, are only available in Japanese. Anime scenes (episodes) cited are FUNimation (en-us) editions, unless otherwise noted.

  1. Claymore 14, Scene 75, p. 63
  2. Claymore 14, Tokyopop, Scene 75, p. 63
  3. Claymore 14, Ediciones Glénat España, Scene 75, p. 63
  4. Claymore 14, Glénat Édition Française, Scene 75, p. 63
  5. Claymore 14, Star Comics, Scene 75, p. 59
  6. Claymore 14, Daewon CI, Scene 75, p. 63
  7. Claymore 14, Culturecom, Scene 75, p. 63
  8. Claymore 14, Ever Glory, Scene 75, p. 63
  9. Claymore 14, Scene 75, p. 63
  10. Claymore 14, Ediciones Glénat España, Scene 75, p. 63
  11. Claymore 14, Scene 75, p. 63
  12. Claymore 14, Shueisha, Scene 75, p. 63
  13. Claymore 14, Scene 75, p. 62
  14. Claymore 14, Scene 75, p. 54
  15. Claymore 14, Scene 76, p. 90
  16. Claymore 14, Scene 75, pp. 42–43
  17. Claymore 14, Scene 73, pp. 22–25
  18. Claymore 14, Scene 75, p. 63
  19. Claymore 14, Scene 75, p. 66
  20. Claymore 14, Scene 76, p. 82
  21. Claymore 14, Scene 77, p. 123
  22. Claymore 14, Scene 77, pp. 125–126
  23. Claymore 13, Extra Scene 2, p. 162
  24. Claymore 15, Scene 78, pp. 20–29
  25. Claymore 15, Scene 78, pp. 36–37

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