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VIZ Media name

N/A

Variant

N/A

Original name

World map[1]

Geographic entity

Island continent[2]

Regions

Alfons,[3] Sutafu,[4] Mucha,[5] Lautrec,[6] Toulouse,[7] unknown

Geographic features

Forests,[8] mountains,[9] desert[10] and green valleys[11]

  • Island continent—consists of central region, with four peninsulas—north, east, south and west—forming a Celtic cross
    • Alfons Alfons—north
    • Sutafu Sutafu—east
    • Mucha Mucha—south
    • Lautrec Lautrec—west
    • Toulouse Toulouse—central
    • Unknown Region link Unknown region

IslandEdit

EtymologyEdit

"Continent" translates from 大陸[12] (tairiku). The Organization refers to the island as a "wide continent"[13]

Nameless due the inhabitants' belief that their land is the entire world. A Claymore warrior, Helen, refers to it as "this world."[14] All other terms that the Ghosts use, such as "island" or "land," are generic.

DescriptionEdit

Translated Claymore DS Game map, with additions (in parentheses) from the manga (post-7-year timeskip), anime and maps below published in Jump SQ. Regions unnamed on original map.

Proximity locations only. Not to scale. Volcano appears only in anime.[15]

Most names used derive from the VIZ Media translation (en-us) and may not correspond with the FUNimation anime or non-US manga/anime translations. For further information on locations, see world map.

OriginEdit

Game map derives from Cynthia's map in Scene 83. She draws a 5-region map, as well as the 4-quadrant configuration that the Organization uses.[16]

World mapEdit

Claymore New Wiki Map

Jump SQ mapEdit

Cynthia's map reappears in Claymore advertisement.[17]

Claymore 16 ad
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DS Game map promoEdit

Claymore Claymore DS Game advertisement. Map based on the one included in the game handbook.

DS Game ad

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 DS Game handbook, p. 28
  2. Claymore DS Game handbook, p. 28
  3. Claymore DS Game handbook, p. 28
  4. Claymore DS Game handbook, p. 28
  5. Claymore DS Game handbook, p. 28
  6. Claymore DS Game handbook, p. 28
  7. Claymore DS Game handbook, p. 28
  8. Claymore 3, Scene 13, p. 116
  9. Claymore 1, Scene 4, p. 174
  10. Claymore 1, Scene 4, pp. 150–151
  11. Claymore 1, Scene 3, p. 109
  12. Claymore 6, Shueisha, Scene 31, p. 119
  13. Fragments of Silver Omnibus 1, "Yoma War Record I," p. 498
  14. Claymore 15, Scene 79, p. 62
  15. Claymore, Anime Scene 24
  16. Claymore 15, Scene 83, p. 170
  17. Jump SQ, July 2009, p.

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