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Scene 029
Final round

Original magazine title

研がれし牙[1]

Issue, release date

November 2003, October 2003

Tankōbon title

斬り裂く者たち V[2] Kirisakumono-tachi V, volume 6

US tankōbon title

The Slashers, Part 5[3]

New character

N/A

Quote

Ignore what my eyes see. I must grasp the flow of the Yoma power...and from the size and the flow, predict the path of attack.[4]

Region

Toulouse[5]

Locale

Paburo Mountains[6]

Anime arc

Those Who Rend Asunder

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Previous scene

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  • Slashers arc:
    • Scene 025 25: Part 1
    • Scene 026 link 26: Part 2
    • Scene 027 27: Part 3
    • Scene 028 28: Part 4
    • Scene 029 29: Part 5
    • Scene 030 link 030: Part 6

Cold openEdit

Clare uses Preemptive Sensing to read the Yoma power flow of her opponent, anticipating moves before they happen. She avoids the Paburo awakened's attacks.[7]

Clare's attackEdit

FocusEdit

As Clare approaches Paburo, she suppresses her own Yoma power, as it would interfere with her sensing the Yoma aura of Paburo.[8]

RealizationEdit

As Miria watches Clare in action, she wonders if Clare developed her technique to solely to fight awakened beings.[9]

Clare cuts off five of Paburo's six arms. But during the attack, she does not switch back to her sensing mode and fails to anticipate his response.[10]

Paburo counterattacks, first by throwing her off his back, then kicking her backward.[11]

Switching modesEdit

Miria, despite her wounds, manages to stand up and come to Clare's aid. She advises Clare to better manage the switching between the two modes—sensing with her Yoma power suppressed, and releasing that power during attack mode.[12]

Both warriors are badly injured, but so is Paburo, who cannot regenerate his lost arms. Nearly helpless, he tries to bargain his life with information. But Miria and Clare deliver the coup de grace. His body collapses into sliced sections.[13]

Helen's confessionEdit

Miria questions Clare and Helen about their personal history. It turns out that Clare, Helen and Deneve have all awakened in the past. And not coincidentally, that they are also viewed as troublemakers by the Organization.[14]

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Helen embarrassed by confession

Miria admits awakening too, after unknowingly killing an awakened friend. And that she swore revenge against the Organization for turning her into a Claymore warrior.[15]

US versionEdit

The censored US edition translates Helen confession as: "I got carried away and lost control. The impulse to awaken was too strong, just like it was for the males."[16]

Spain versionEdit

The Ediciones Glénat España translation reveals the actual cause of Helen's blushing: "Sobrepasé mi límite llevada por la euforia. Estaba con un chico y no pude reprimirme" (I exceeded my limit, raptured by euphoria. I was with a boy and I could not stop myself).[17]

Additional detailsEdit

NotesEdit

  • A continuity issue arises when Miria wonders if Clare developed her sensing ability to fight awakened beings, as Clare previously thought awakened beings were only an older and stronger Yoma called "Voracious Eaters"
  • Clare did not use her sensing ability in Rabona against the Voracious Eater
  • Clare describes awakening as "a rush of suffering and ecstasy."[18]

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. Monthly Shōnen Jump, November 2003, Claymore, p.
  2. Claymore 6, Shueisha, Scene 29, p. 39
  3. Claymore 6, Scene 29, p. 39
  4. Claymore 6, Scene 29, p. 41
  5. Claymore DS Game handbook, p. 28
  6. Claymore DS Game handbook, p. 28
  7. Claymore 6, Scene 29, pp. 39–40
  8. Claymore 6, Scene 29, p. 41
  9. Claymore 6, Scene 29, pp. 43–45
  10. Claymore 6, Scene 29, pp. 46–50
  11. Claymore 6, Scene 29, pp. 52–53
  12. Claymore 6, Scene 29, p. 54
  13. Claymore 6, Scene 29, pp. 56–62
  14. Claymore 6, Scene 29, pp. 65–68
  15. Claymore 6, Scene 29, p. 69
  16. Claymore 6, Scene 29, p. 67
  17. Claymore 6, Ediciones Glénat España, Scene 29, p. 67
  18. Claymore 6, Scene 29, p. 66

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