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Awakened Claymore
Egon Yoma
Awakened Claymore

VIZ Media name

N/A

Variant

Awakened Claymore (en-us anime)

Original name

N/A

Current status

Killed by Clare

Ties

Organization

Class

Unknown

Technique

Unknown

Quote

No matter how far I run or where I hide, you stick to me like a shadow.[1]

Anime voice

Jennifer Seman (en-us),
Yuko Sasaki (ja)

First appearance

Scene 3, Anime Scene 1

EtymologyEdit

The FUNimation anime names the character as the "Awakened Claymore" in the voice actor credits, implying that the Yoma is a former Claymore warrior. Early in the Claymore series, warriors awoke to become Yoma only. The concept of awakened beings was later introduced in the Slashers arc.

The manga version of this character is depicted as a Yoma using a Claymore uniform as a disguise. No official VIZ Media name.

AppearanceEdit

Claymore warriorEdit

PhysicalEdit

Awakened Claymore unawakened
Awakened Claymore as human

Over the waist-length hair with bangs on forehead. Slender female human body with narrow waist and long legs.

UniformEdit

Old Generation uniform being worn during the Current Generation. Anomalies include missing dicky on neck, no vambraces on arms and missing Claymore sword.[2] A multi-plate buckle holds 2-layer spaulders on the shoulders. The second layer appears mostly cut away, creating a outer ring along the spaulder rim.

Awakened Claymore Buckle
Awakened Claymore buckle

The faulds skirt missing protective plate in seat. The combination of sabatons and short chausses resemble modern ugg boots.

AwakenedEdit

Typical Yoma appearance. In the manga, Clare refers to the Yoma as a male.[3] In the anime, the Yoma is voiced by actresses and presented as female.

PersonalityEdit

The Yoma displays a superiority complex common to all Yoma-entities. He/she underestimates Clare.

DatasheetEdit

Unknown type and ability. Typical Yoma shapeshifting ability.

HistoryEdit

Early life unknown. FUNimation credits lists the character as an awakened Claymore, though the character is missing the dicky, sword and associated symbol.

ExileEdit

Raki is exiled from Doga after the death of Zaki. He collapses in desert during a dust-storm. The silhouette of a Claymore warrior watches in the distance.[4]

EgonEdit

Raki awakes at an inn. The innkeeper tells him that a Claymore brought him to Egon village. Raki searches for the Claymore. A stranger tells him that a Claymore is looking for him.[5]

Forest encounterEdit

On the wooded outskirts of town, Raki meets someone in a Claymore uniform. But when she refers to herself as a Claymore, Raki realizes she is an imposter.[6]

Claymore Raki meets "Claymore"00:26

Claymore Raki meets "Claymore"


Raki meets "Claymore"

The "Claymore" awakens into a Yoma. Then takes Raki hostage. She demands that Clare show herself. When she does, the Yoma orders her to throw away her sword.[7]

From the subtext of the Yoma's dialogue, Clare has been tracking the Yoma for some time.[8] Unknown where the order Yoma suppression originated from.

Clare's trapEdit

When Clare throws the sword over a cliff, the Yoma punches her arm through Clare's abdomen. But Clare jumps off the cliff, carrying the Yoma with her.[9]

At the cliff's bottom, Clare grabs her sword and cuts off the Yoma's arm, then skullcap.[10]

Additional detailsEdit

  • Contrary to some reference websites, no evidence is presented that the order for the Yoma suppression originated from Egon
  • Female Yoma have not appeared in the Claymore series, though Clare's flashback to her childhood alludes to this possibility[11]

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 1, Scene 3, p. 127
  2. Claymore 1, Scene 3, p. 121
  3. Claymore 1, Scene 3, p. 142
  4. Claymore 1, Scene 3, pp. 110–111; Claymore, Anime Scene 1
  5. Claymore 1, Scene 3, pp. 112–119; Claymore, Anime Scene 1
  6. Claymore 1, Scene 3, p. 123; Claymore, Anime Scene 1
  7. Claymore 1, Scene 3, pp. 124–125; Claymore, Anime Scene 1
  8. Claymore 1, Scene 3, pp. 125–127; Claymore, Anime Scene 1
  9. Claymore 1, Scene 3, p. 135; Claymore, Anime Scene 1
  10. Claymore 1, Scene 3, pp. 136–138; Claymore, Anime Scene 1
  11. Claymore 1, Scene 3, p. 145; Claymore, Anime Scene 1

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