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Leticia
Leticia
Leticia

VIZ Media name

TBA

Variant

Nickname: 刎頸のレティシア[1] Funkei no Retishia (Beheader Leticia)

Original name

レティシア[2]

Rank No.

12 of the Next Generation

Current status

Alive

Ties

Organization, Ghosts

Class

Unknown type: unknown ability

Technique

Unknown

Quote

N/A

First appearance

Scene 114

EtymologyEdit

レティシア is transliterated from “Leticia,” a Spanish form of the late Latin “Letitia.” May ultimately derive from the Latin "Laetissima." It may mean either "the joyful one" (Spanish, English) or "the joys of Mary" (Latin).[3]

In use in medieval England before the Reformation. The name of several saints of the Roman era, the most famous being Saint Laticia of Nicomedia.

Meaning of her nickname 刎頸 (beheader) is unknown.

AppearanceEdit

PhysicalEdit

Razor-cut, feathered hair with a fringe that covers the eyes.

UniformEdit

Leticia wears a winged buckle, which holds 1-layer spaulders on the shoulders. Vambraces cover the forearms just below the elbow.[4]

PersonalityEdit

Unknown.

DatasheetEdit

ClassEdit

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

HistoryEdit

RebellionEdit

Leticia is seen at Organization Headquarters after Miria makes her appearance among the warriors and declares rebellion. They were listening to an address given by a Man in Black, in which he instructs the warriors to attack the approaching rebels (Ghosts). Miria commands the warriors to take up their swords against the Organization.[5]

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Leticia at headquarters

Holy CityEdit

Leticia is part of the battle group that joins the Ghosts in the Holy City of Rabona. Leticia is among a team of warriors that includes “Red Wall” Violet (No. 11), “Dust Cloud” Abigail (No. 12 ), Lena (No. 14), Nike (No. 15) and Tesla (No. 16).[6]

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. Jump SQ, July 2013, Claymore, Scene 139, p. 828
  2. Jump SQ, July 2013, Claymore, Scene 139, p. 828
  3. Dictionary of Patron Saints, by Thomas W. Sheehan, "Female Names," p. 174, Our Sunday Visitor Inc., 2001
  4. Claymore 20, Scene 83, p. 176
  5. Claymore 21, Scene 114, p. 12–17
  6. Jump SQ, July 2013, Claymore, Scene 139, pp. 825–828

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