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Raquel
Raquel
Manga Raquel in anime

VIZ Media name

Raquel[1] (en-us Speaker)

Variant

Raquel[2] (es-es Speaker), Rachel[3][4] (fr Speaker, it Speaker), 라켈[5] Lakel (ko), Ракель Rakelʹ Speaker (ru), 拉琪露[6] Lāqílù Speaker (zh-hk), 拉凱兒[7] Lākǎier Speaker (zh-tw)

Original name

ラケル[8] Rakeru Speaker

Rank No.

Unknown rank of the Current Generation

Current status

Killed by Dauf

Ties

Organization

Class

Unknown

Technique

Unknown

Quote

What is it?[9]

First appearance

Scene 41, Anime Scene 15

EtymologyEdit

ラケル transliterates from "Raquel," a Spanish and Portuguese form of Rachel. Named only in the manga. Unnamed in the anime.

The Glénat Édition Française edition uses "Rachel" for both the Zakol hunt member[10] and warrior No. 5[11] of the Next Generation, also named Rachel in the VIZ Media edition.[12]

AppearanceEdit

PhysicalEdit

Raquel's face is never is shown in the manga. She wears a short, clippered nape hairstyle.[13] Her face appears briefly in the anime.[14]

UniformEdit

In the anime, a basic band buckle holds 3-layer spaulders on the shoulders.[15] The manga Raquel wears 2-layer spaulders.[16] The faulds skirt lacks a seat plate.[17]

DatasheetEdit

ClassEdit

Unknown type. Possibly an offensive type as she lacks regenerative ability.

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

HistoryEdit

Early life unknown.

HamelEdit

In the manga, Raquel first appears with the Zakol hunt, which marches past Clare's inn in Hamel.[18] Anime credits lists "Raquel" as the unnamed warrior (with hime hairstyle), who escapes the Witch's Maw and speaks with Clare before dying.[19]

Witch's MawEdit

Raquel next seen dead in castle cellar, where Dauf, under Riful's supervision, tortures Zakol Hunt.[20]

After Clare reverses Jean's awakening, Jean glances at Raquel's body and swears to avenge her and Katea's deaths (Scene 47).[21] Jean has yet to be told about the warrior who escaped to Hamel.[22]

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 47, p. 43
  2. Claymore 9, Ediciones Glénat España, Scene 47, p. 43
  3. Claymore 9, Glénat Édition Française, Scene 47, p. 43
  4. Claymore 9, Star Comics, Scene 47, p. 39
  5. Claymore 9, Daewon CI, Scene 47, p. 43
  6. Claymore 9, Culturecom, Scene 47, p. 43
  7. Claymore 9, Ever Glory, Scene 47, p. 43
  8. Claymore 9, Shueisha, Scene 46, p. 43
  9. Claymore 8, Scene 41, p. 51
  10. Claymore 9, Scene 47, p. 43
  11. Claymore 12, Scene 69, p. 165
  12. Claymore 12, Scene 69, p. 165
  13. Claymore 8, Scene 41, p. 51
  14. Claymore, Anime Scene 15
  15. Claymore, Anime Scene 15
  16. Claymore 8, Scene 41, p. 52
  17. Claymore 8, Scene 41, p. 50
  18. Claymore 8, Scene 41, p. 50
  19. Claymore, Anime Scene 15
  20. Claymore 8, Scene 42, p. 85
  21. Claymore 9, Scene 47, p. 43
  22. Claymore 8, Scene 41, p. 62

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