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Scene 109
Scene 109
Yoma cocoon

Original magazine title

戦士たちの絆[1] Senshi-tachi no Kizuna

Issue, release date

December 2010, 4 November 2010

Tankōbon title

幻影を胸に IV[2] Gen'ei o Mune-ni IV, volume 20

US tankōbon title

Phantoms in the Heart, Part 4[3]

New character

Yoma cocoon

Quote

This is...Clare.[4]

Region

Sutafu,[5] Toulouse[6]

Locale

Organization Headquarters,[7] Holy City of Rabona[8]

Next scene

Scene 110

Previous scene

Scene 108

  • Phantoms arc:
    • Scene 106 106: Part 1
    • Scene 107 107: Part 2
    • Scene 108 108: Part 3
    • Scene 109 109: Part 4

Cold openEdit

No cold open.

SutafuEdit

BattlefieldEdit

On Dae's return, he asks what befell Organization Headquarters, as cleanup crews clear the area. His superior refuses to answer. He informs Dae that Raki has arrived.[9]

RakiEdit

Later, Dae is shown why Raki is immune to the rods. The answer surprises even Dae.[10]

RabonaEdit

CocoonEdit

Helen leads Galatea to the remains of the Destroyer, a Yoma cocoon.[11]

Galatea detect the presence of Clare and Priscilla inside. She also detects something else that is binding Priscilla. Galatea realizes that freeing Clare means freeing Priscilla.[12]

FightEdit

Deneve sword-fights Tabitha. The other warriors break-up it. Deneve was stopping Tabitha from trying to rescue Miria by herself.[13]

After much debate among themselves, the Ghosts decide to rescue Miria, together.[14]

ProofEdit

Dietrich asks if the Organization is really responsible for the invasion of Rabona. Deneve replies that Dietrich should find out for herself. Dietrich remembers her childhood where a similar attack occured to her hometown. She must decide now whether to betray the Organization, or join the Ghosts and rescue Miria.[15]

Scene 109a
Moment of decision

In the end, Dietrich joins Deneve, Cynthia, Helen, Tabitha and Yuma. Galatea watches them as they head out to Organization Headquarters.[16]

Additional detailsEdit

NotesEdit

Cover artEdit

Jump SQ 12 December 2010
Jump SQ December 2010

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, December 2010, Claymore, p. 171
  2. Claymore 20, Shueisha, Scene 109, p. 39
  3. Claymore 20, Scene 109, p. 39
  4. Claymore 20, Scene 109, p. 45
  5. Claymore DS Game handbook, p. 28
  6. Claymore DS Game handbook, p. 28
  7. Claymore DS Game handbook, p. 28
  8. Claymore DS Game handbook, p. 28
  9. Claymore 20, Scene 109, pp. 39–40
  10. Claymore 20, Scene 109, pp. 40–43
  11. Claymore 20, Scene 109, pp. 43–45
  12. Claymore 20, Scene 109, pp. 47–50
  13. Claymore 20, Scene 109, pp. 51–54
  14. Claymore 20, Scene 109, pp. 56–61
  15. Claymore 20, Scene 109, pp. 62–67
  16. Claymore 20, Scene 109, p. 69

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