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Audrey
Audrey Claymore
Audrey, tankōbon 21 front fold

Audrey's symbol

VIZ Media name

Audrey[1] Speaker

Variant

Audrey[2][3][4][5] (de Speaker, es-es Speaker, fr Speaker, it Speaker), 오드리[6] Odeuli (ko), 奧德莉 Àodélì Speaker (zh-hk), 歐朵麗 Ōuduolì Speaker (zh-tw)

Original name

オードリー[7] Ōdorī Speaker

Rank No.

3 of the Next Generation[8]

Current status

Alive

Ties

Organization

Class

Defensive:[9] unknown ability

Technique

柔の剣[10] Yawara no Ken Speaker (Gentle Sword)[11]

Quote

I am No. 3. Is that answer enough for you?[12]

First appearance

Scene 68

EtymologyEdit

"Audrey" derives from Old English æðel (noble) and þryð (strength). Name of a 7th century princess of East Anglia, England and numerous actresses.

AppearanceEdit

PhysicalEdit

Wears hair in long layers, without bangs, as opposed to the typical manga hime style of the twins, Alicia and Beth. Resembles an adult version of Miata, though the personalities are completely different. Audrey usually wears a supercilious expression.

UniformEdit

A curved lozenge-shaped buckle[13] holds 2-layer spaulders on the shoulders.

PersonalityEdit

She presents a mock polite, calm facade to Riful. But when Audrey finally senses Riful's true Yoma Energy inside the aura of an ordinary Awakened, she wets herself on Riful's body.[14]

Audrey's closest associate appears to be Rachel.[15]

DatasheetEdit

ClassEdit

Audrey is a defensive type[16] warrior. Having no Organization datasheet in the "Yoma War Record," her ability and baselines are unknown. Appears to have a high sensing baseline.

TechniqueEdit

Sensing Ability enables sensing technique that Riful calls Gentle Sword, in which Audrey ricochets a tentacle attack, causing pieces of tentacle to pierce Riful.[17]

HistoryEdit

Early life unknown.

IntroductionEdit

In the cold open of Scene 68, Audrey is first seen sitting on the corpse of an Awakened Being. Rachel gossips about the Dabi hunt in Alfons. Rachel says "Ghosts" from the Battle of the North rescued Nina and her party.[18]

Meeting the GhostsEdit

Later, the Ghosts save Audrey and Rachel from themselves as Audrey's hunt is defeated by Riful.[19] After escaping Riful, Miria uses psychology to elicit answers about Alicia and Beth from Audrey.[20]

RebellionEdit

Return from the deadEdit

When Miria attacks Organization Headquarters, she fights and defeats both Audrey and Rachel.[21] After appearing to be killed by the Claymore warriors, Miria returns to lead Rebellion.[22]

Audrey reaffirms Miria's "No kill" policy, then submits to Miria's command.[23]

Resurrected No. 1sEdit

While Miria fights Hysteria and the Twin Trainees fight Roxanne, Audrey, Rachel and Nina fight Cassandra. When Nina wounds Cassandra with Shadow-chaser, Cassandra revives her secret technique.[24]

Cassandra attacks with Dusteater. Feet anchored in ground as a pivot, her head begins bobbing like metronome (upside-down pendulum). As body collapses to ground-level, swinging to and fro, sword swings scythe-like, wide and close to ground—blade striking target's limbs.[25]

Cassandra dodges Audrey's counterattack. Cassandra cuts off Audrey's arms. Then Rachel's remaining leg, then arms. Then Nina's arms.[26]

But when Cassandra is about the deliver the coup de grace to Audrey, her cut veers off course, delivering a non-fatal wound.[27]

Cassandra stops attacking Audrey. As Cassandra's memories return, her old wounds reopen and blood rains on Audrey.[28] Cassandra awakens.[29]

Limbless, Audrey orders the Twin Trainees to flee with the other trainees. But the Twins insist on evacuating the wounded on the battlefield.[30]

End of OrganizationEdit

After the deaths of Hysteria and Roxanne, Miria, Deneve and Helen invade the Executive facility.

Meanwhile, Yuma regenerates Audrey's limbs on the battlefield. Audrey is made whole. Soon Miria announces the death of Limt.[31]

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 12, Scene 69, p. 165
  2. Claymore 12, Tokyopop, Scene 69, p. 165
  3. Claymore 12, Ediciones Glénat España, Scene 69, p. 165
  4. Claymore 12, Glénat Édition Française, Scene 69, p. 165
  5. Claymore 12, Star Comics, Scene 69, p. 161
  6. Claymore 12, Daewon CI, Scene 69, p. 165
  7. Claymore 12, Shueisha, Scene 69, p. 165
  8. Fragments of Silver Omnibus 3, "Yoma War Record III," p. 731
  9. Fragments of Silver Omnibus 3, "Yoma War Record III," p. 731
  10. Claymore 12, Scene 69, p. 184
  11. Claymore 12, Scene 69, p. 184
  12. Claymore 13, Scene 72, p. 80
  13. Claymore 21, Scene 118, p. 142
  14. Claymore 13, Scene 70, p. 20
  15. Claymore 21, Scene 114, p. 13
  16. Fragments of Silver Omnibus 3, "Yoma War Record III," p. 731
  17. Claymore 12, Scene 69, pp. 177–179
  18. Claymore 12, Scene 68, p. 135
  19. Claymore 13, Scene 70, pp. 26–31
  20. Claymore 13, Scene 72, p. 78
  21. Claymore 19, Scene 106, pp. 145–147
  22. Claymore 20, Scene 113, pp. 185–189
  23. Claymore 21, Scene 114, p. 14
  24. Claymore 21, Scene 117, p. 127
  25. Claymore 21, Scene 117, pp. 129–130
  26. Claymore 21, Scene 118, pp. 137–139
  27. Claymore 21, Scene 118, p. 147
  28. Claymore 21, Scene 119, pp. 176–179
  29. Claymore 21, Scene 119, pp. 196–197
  30. Jump SQ, January 2012, Claymore, Scene 121, p. 183–185
  31. Jump SQ, June 2012, Claymore, Scene 126, p. 258–261

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