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Scene 132
Scene 132
Riful's daughter

Original magazine title

彷徨える者[1] Samayoeru mono (The wanderer)

Issue, release date

December 2012, 2 November 2012

Tankōbon title

戦士の刻印 V

US tankōbon title

N/A

New character

Riful's daughter (unnamed), Europa (unnamed)

Quote

It resembles the Abyssal of the West—but is something else.[2]

Region

Toulouse[3]

Locale

Holy City of Rabona, valley, hills and forest[4]

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  • Mark of the Warrior arc:
    • Octavia link 128: Part I
    • Scene 129 129: Part II
    • Scene 130 130: Part III
    • Scene 131 131: Part IV
    • Scene 132 132: Part V

Cold openEdit

From a battlement, Raki's is interrupted while watching the DestroyerPriscilla entity fight itself in the hills. Chronos and Lars have appeared. Chronos wants to question Raki.[5]

IsleyEdit

Raki's mentorEdit

Chronos notes Raki's unusual physique and matching sword technique, both designed to fight Yoma entities. Raki admits that his mentor was Isley, who he met in the north.[6]

No. 1Edit

Chronos details Isley's history as warrior No. 1 of the male era. He further speculates that Isley awakened in order to destroy the previously awakened male warriors in a series of stratagems.[7]

Isley's fateEdit

Chronos reveals Isley's death being due to weapons of the Organization. This confirms Raki's suspicion that during the Mucha interlude, Isley decoyed something away (Abyss Feeders), so Raki and Priscilla would be left unharmed.[8]

GhostsEdit

Last questionEdit

Chronos and Lars are suddenly surrounded by Miria and the Ghosts.

Scene 132a
Surrounded

Chronos wonders why Priscilla, after being freed from the Yoma cocoon, made for the awakened beings in the hills, and not Raki and the Ghosts. He guesses that Raki's presence is what prevented an attack. And that Raki's silence indicates a previous relation with Priscilla.[9]

Chronos' warningEdit

Miria demands to know why Chronos and Lars came here after escaping Priscilla. Chronos replies that only nine awakened survived, but that Octavia's party is getting hungrier by the moment—the Ghosts should beware of them.[10]

Miria's planEdit

Miria taunts them by implying that they fear Priscilla to the point of abandoning all the human food on the island to her. Lars begins to awaken in anger, but Chronos sees through Miria's stratagem. But her comments serve as an opening to a proposal. She explains that Cassandra is under the spell of Priscilla. And that once Priscilla absorbs Cassandra, Priscilla shall defeat the Destroyer and dominate the island.

She reveals her scheme of breaking Priscilla's spell over Cassandra, then hoping Cassandra attacks Priscilla. With the combined strength of the Destroyer, Cassandra, the Ghosts and awakeneds, Priscilla could be defeated. But only if all those present cooperate.[11]

Unpersuaded, Chronos says he will rely Miria's plan to the female awakeneds. In any case, he will wait for Miria to act first. He says farewell to Raki, adding that if Raki's timing is right, he could be Priscilla's strongest opponent.

Chronos and Lars suddenly vanish.[12]

Dae and RubelEdit

Cassandra travels through a valley, while Dae and Rubel, on horseback, follow on a mountain trail above. Dae says that Cassandra is heading for Rabona, where other awakened gather.[13]

WandererEdit

Elsewhere, the bottom half of a female torso wanders through the forest (hence the Jump SQ title "The Wanderer"). When the torso stumbles and falls, bodily fluids and tentacles flow from the open cross-section. The fleshy strips form the head of a young girl.[14]

Chronos and Lars remotely sense the entity's aura. Chronos judges the aura is similar, but unlike that of Riful of the West.[15]

Additional detailsEdit

NotesEdit

  • In the third-person narration, Riful's daughter is referred to as 残滓 zanshi (remnants), meaning she is of Riful's flesh rather than Riful herself[16]

Cover artEdit

Jump SQ 12 December 2012
Jump SQ December 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, December 2012, Claymore, Scene 132, p. 237
  2. Jump SQ, December 2012, Claymore, Scene 132, p. 267
  3. Claymore DS Game handbook, p. 28
  4. Claymore DS Game handbook, p. 28
  5. Jump SQ, December 2012, Claymore, Scene 132, p. 237
  6. Jump SQ, December 2012, Claymore, Scene 132, pp. 238–239
  7. Jump SQ, December 2012, Claymore, Scene 132, pp. 240–241
  8. Jump SQ, December 2012, Claymore, Scene 132, pp. 242–243
  9. Jump SQ, December 2012, Claymore, Scene 132, pp. 244–245
  10. Jump SQ, December 2012, Claymore, Scene 132, p. 246
  11. Jump SQ, December 2012, Claymore, Scene 132, pp. 251–253
  12. Jump SQ, December 2012, Claymore, Scene 132, pp. 254–255
  13. Jump SQ, December 2012, Claymore, Scene 132, p. 258–262
  14. Jump SQ, December 2012, Claymore, Scene 132, pp. 263–265
  15. Jump SQ, December 2012, Claymore, Scene 132, pp. 266–267
  16. Jump SQ, December 2012, Claymore, Scene 132, p. 267

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