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Eva
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Eva from anime

Eva's Symbol

VIZ Media name

Eva[1] (en-us Speaker)

Variant

Eva[2][3][4] (de, es-es Speaker, it Speaker), Eve[5] (fr Speaker), 에바[6] Eba (ko), Ева[7] Yeva Speaker (ru), 艾花[8] Àihuā Speaker (zh-hk), 愛芭[9] Àibā Speaker (zh-tw)

Original name

エバ[10] Efa Speaker

Rank No.

7 of the Current Generation[11]

Current status

Killed in Alfons (pre-Battle of the North)

Ties

Organization

Class

Unknown type: unknown ability

Technique

Unknown

Quote

What in the devil's name is going on here?[12]

Anime voice

Cherami Leigh (en-us)

First appearance

Scene 50, Anime Scene 17

EtymologyEdit

エバ transliterates from the "Eva," from Hebrew חַוָּה chawah (to breathe) or chayah (to live). Ultimately from the Mesopotamia goddess Hebat.

AppearanceEdit

PhysicalEdit

Wide heart-shaped face. Below the shoulder-length hair with bangs on the forehead.[13]

UniformEdit

Lightly armored. Unique 2-layer spaulders design—the outer layer appears mostly cut away, exposing the layer underneath as the sole protection for the shoulders. There is no protective plate on the seat of the faulds skirt.

Eva's symbol in the infobox derives from the anime. It does not appear in the manga or "Yoma War Record."

PersonalityEdit

Unknown.

DatasheetEdit

ClassEdit

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

HistoryEdit

Early life unknown.

AlfonsEdit

Eva leads the Pieta hunt: Kate, Lucia and one unknown warrior. In a snowy Alfons forest, Eva either orders retreat before Northern Army,[14] or to hold their position.[15]

Lucia says that Kate is down. Then Lucia herself goes down.

LautrecEdit

Jean follows Clare through Lautrect forest. Both are intercepted by Rubel and Rafaela. Rubel tells Clare that the Pieta hunt was destroyed, which instigates the Battle of the North.[16]

Claymore Eva and Pieta Hunt00:18

Claymore Eva and Pieta Hunt


Pieta hunt

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 9, Scene 50, p. 127
  2. Claymore 9, Tokyopop, Scene 50, p. 127
  3. Claymore 9,Ediciones Glénat España, Scene 50, p. 127
  4. Claymore 9, Star Comics, Scene 50, p. 123
  5. Claymore 9, Glénat Édition Française, Scene 50, p. 127
  6. Claymore , Daewon CI, Scene 50, p.
  7. Claymore 9, Comix-ART, Scene 50, p. 127
  8. Claymore 9, Culturecom, Scene 50, p. 127
  9. Claymore 9, Ever Glory, Scene 50, p. 127
  10. Claymore 9, Shueisha, Scene 50, p. 127
  11. Fragments of Silver Omnibus, Yoma War Record III, p. 731
  12. Claymore 9, Scene 50, p. 129
  13. Claymore 9, Scene 50, p. 127; Claymore, Anime Scene 17
  14. Claymore 9, Scene 50, p. 127
  15. Claymore, Anime Scene 17, Anime Scene 18
  16. Claymore 9, Scene 50, p. 140; Claymore, Anime Scene 18

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