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Scene 127
Scene 127
Deneve exposing her stigma

Original magazine title

深淵の向かう先[1] Shin'en no mukau saki (The Abyssal's destination)

Issue, release date

July 2012, 4 June 2012

Tankōbon title

深淵の爪と牙 VII,[2] volume 23

US tankōbon title

N/A

New character

N/A

Quote

You must embrace Clare with all your might.[3]

Region

Sutafu[4]

Locale

Forest, Organization Headquarters[5]

Next scene

Scene 128

Previous scene

Scene 126

  • Fangs and Claws arc:
    • Scene 120 link 120: Part 1
    • Scene 121 link 121: Part 2
    • Scene 122 122: Part 3
    • Scene 123 link 123: Part 4
    • Scene 124 link 124: Part 5
    • Scene 125 125: Part 6
    • Scene 126 126: Part 7
    • Scene 127 127: Part 8

Cold openEdit

In an unknown forest, the awakened Cassandra lumbers toward Rabona.[6]

SutafuEdit

RafuteraEdit

Rafutera tries to apologize for using Yoma power harmonization on Miria, who understands that Rafutera was only acting under orders. Miria says that the Twin Trainees will want to thank Rafutera for saving their lives, when they were fighting Roxanne.[7]

RakiEdit

Raki towers over Helen's height (175cm/5ft 8.89in).[8] She is amazed that the young boy survived and grew so big.[9] Raki notes that Helen has not aged. When he asks if she has any "news" about Clare, Helen replies that they were together during the 7-year timeskip.[10]

Deneve explains that while Clare was searching for him, she also sought revenge against an unnamed enemy.[11]

MiriaEdit

After Deneve relates the events in Lautrec,[12] Miria now understands Clare's situation.[13]

She realizes that Clare is trapped with very person that appeared as a phantasm as Hysteria died. And the strange voice of the dying Hysteria was actually that of Clare's enemy. Further, when Cassandra spoke, though her words were not audible, her mouth moved the same way.[14]

She speculates that Cassandra, reanimated by this person's Yoma energy, is also under this person's control, and is traveling to Rabona to free this same person.[15]

Helen wants to stop Cassandra, but Miria decides otherwise. She envisions freeing both Clare and Priscilla before Cassandra's arrival. Miria is counting on Cassandra breaking free of Priscilla's mental influence, then fighting Priscilla.[16]

Despite the impossibility of the plan, two impossibilities have already occurred—Raki's survival and the demise of the Organization. Miria notes that the "impossible" comes into being through effort, not wishing.[17]

Deneve reluctantly agrees with Miria's reasoning.[18]

There is general concern that Cassandra will detect the warriors' auras. Raki suggests everyone travel by ship around the south coast, avoiding Cassandra.[19] (see river west of Rabona on world map). They should arrive at Rabona in half the time.

Miria tells Raki to accompany them. She want him to call out Clare from the cocoon.[20]

DeneveEdit

Helen fears that Clare, naked in the cocoon, may refuse to leave, being ashamed of her stigma. Then Deneve expose her abdomen, shocking Raki. She tells him that he must receive Clare with all his strength.[21]

Journey at dawnEdit

The trainees fear their "big brother" leaving and begin crying. But he promises to return.[22]

Scene 127a
Cynthia, Tabitha and Yuma

Miria asks Cynthia, Tabitha and Yuma to care for the wounded, but they wish to come along. Miria consents. She announces that tomorrow at dawn, the Ghosts—plus Raki—leave for Rabona.[23]

Additional detailsEdit

NotesEdit

  • In the original magazine appearance of Scene 127, the 3rd person narrative mentions the burial of Limt by the warriors.[24] This is left out in the tankōbon versions

Cover artEdit

Jump SQ 07 July 2012
Jump SQ July 2012

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 2012, Claymore, Scene 127, p. 278
  2. Claymore 23, Shueisha, Scene 126, p. 34
  3. Claymore, Shueisha, Scene 127, p. 58
  4. Claymore DS Game handbook, p. 28
  5. Claymore DS Game handbook, p. 28
  6. Claymore 23, Shueisha, Scene 127, pp. 33–35
  7. Claymore 23, Shueisha, Scene 127, p. 36
  8. Fragments of Silver Omnibus 2, "Yoma War Record II," p. 687
  9. Claymore 5, Scene 25, p. 123
  10. Claymore 23, Shueisha, Scene 127, p. 37
  11. Claymore 23, Shueisha, Scene 127, p. 38
  12. Claymore 19, Scene 104Scene 105, pp. 93–125
  13. Claymore 23, Shueisha, Scene 127, p. 39
  14. Claymore 23, Shueisha, Scene 127, pp. 39–41
  15. Claymore 23, Shueisha, Scene 127, pp. 41–42
  16. Claymore 23, Shueisha, Scene 127, pp. 43–46
  17. Claymore 23, Shueisha, Scene 127, pp. 47–48
  18. Claymore 23, Shueisha, Scene 127, p. 49
  19. Claymore 23, Shueisha, Scene 127, pp. 50–51
  20. Claymore 23, Shueisha, Scene 127, p. 51
  21. Claymore 23, Shueisha, Scene 127, pp. 53–58
  22. Claymore 23, Shueisha, Scene 127, pp. 59–60
  23. Claymore 23, Shueisha, Scene 127, pp. 61–63
  24. Jump SQ, July 2012, Claymore, Scene 127, p. 278

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