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Dabi
Dabi
Claymore graveyard

VIZ Media name

Dabi[1]

Variant

Dhabi[2] (es-es), Davi[3] (fr), Dabi[4][5] (de, it)

Original name

ダビ[6] Dabi

Region

Alfons

Current status

Abandoned

Geographic entity

Village

Geographic features

Situated in mountain valley

Ties

Unknown

Place name allusion

May allude to David, the second of Michaelangelo's two most famous sculptures, the other being Pieta. Dabi is Basque for "David"

First mention

Scene 65

First appearance

Scene 65

EtymologyEdit

ダビ may be an attempted transliteration of "David," from the Hebrew דָּוִד Dawid (beloved). VIZ Media uses "Dabi."[7]

DescriptionEdit

Village north of Pieta, in northern region of Alfons. See world map for approximate location.

Rendezvous point for Dabi hunt.[8]

HistoryEdit

MeetingEdit

Clarice, the current No. 47, reaches the village of Dabi. At a house, she meets the waiting Dabi hunt, lead by No. 9, Nina.[9]

After learning Clarice is No. 47, the hunt leaves in disgust.[10]

Awakened HuntEdit

In the mountains, an unnamed warrior explains that after the Battle of the North, the Organization began to hunt awakened beings proactively. The hunt is attacked by a cricket-like .[11]

Nina uses Shadow-chaser and cuts off arms of awakened, who appears doomed. But two other awakened attack—the entire hunt is defeated and left unconscious.[12]

RescueEdit

The warriors are mysteriously saved, when an unseen force destroys the awakened pack.[13]

Clarice regains consciousness and explores the area. She comes across the graves of the warriors from the Battle of the North.[14]

Resembles the "Hill of Swords" from the Berserk series.

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 65, p. 43
  2. Claymore 12, Ediciones Glénat España, Scene 65, p. 43
  3. Claymore 12, Glénat Édition Française, Scene 65, p. 43
  4. Claymore 12, Tokyopop, Scene 65, p. 43
  5. Claymore 12, Star Comics, Scene 65, p. 39
  6. Claymore 12, Shueisha, Scene 65, p. 43
  7. Claymore 12, Scene 65, p. 43
  8. Claymore 12, Scene 65, p. 45
  9. Claymore 12, Scene 65, pp. 42–45
  10. Claymore 12, Scene 65, pp. 46–48
  11. Claymore 12, Scene 65, pp. 51–52
  12. Claymore 12, Scene 65, pp. 55–62
  13. Claymore 12, Scene 65, pp. 64–66
  14. Claymore 12, Scene 65, pp. 66–69

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