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Scene 86
Scene 086
Isley incognito, cinéma vérité-style

Original magazine title

侵された禁忌[1] Okasareta Kinki

Issue, release date

January 2009, 4 December 2008

Tankōbon title

大地の鬼哭 IV[2] Daichi no Kikoku IV, volume 16

US tankōbon title

The Lamentation of the Earth, Part 4[3]

New character

Abyss Feeder (unnamed)

Quote

Speaking of which...there's a ridiculous amount of Yoma Energy radiating from this town.[4]

Region

Mucha[5]

Locale

Unnamed village (Isley's last stand)

Next scene

Scene 87

Previous scene

Scene 85

  • Lamentation arc:
    • Scene 083 83: Part 1
    • Scene 084 link 84: Part 2
    • Scene 085 85: Part 3
    • Scene 086 86: Part 4
    • Scene 087 link 87: Part 5
    • Scene 088 88: Part 6
    • Scene 089 89: Part 7

Cold openEdit

Deneve notes Dietrich's "sky sword" technique, in which Dietrich leaps sky-high and lands a sword blow to her target.[6]

DietrichEdit

The debtEdit

With the three wounded hunt members out of danger, Helen tries to persuade Dietrich to say nothing to Organization about Helen and Deneve. Dietrich refuses.[7]

EscapeEdit

Deneve and Helen flee Dietrich's hunt. But Dietrich catches up with them.[8]

Dietrich realizes they are survivors of the Battle of the North. She warns them not to proceed farther south, where a "demonic existence dwells."[9]

IsleyEdit

VillageEdit

But Helen detects extreme Yoma energy from the village in the valley below. Deneve guesses the Yoma aura belongs to Isley. Helen then jumps to the conclusion that Isley must be Dietrich's "demon."[10]

Helen talks Deneve into visiting the village, hoping to catch a glimpse of Isley for a thrill.[11]

In town, they spot Isley and tail him. But Isley sees through their disguise—he cuts off Deneve's arm.[12]

DemonEdit

On the wooded outskirts of town, Dietrich keeps still as the human silhouette of a visitor approaches.[13]

Scene 086a
Visitor

Additional detailsEdit

NotesEdit

Cover artEdit

Jump SQ 01 January 2009
Jump SQ January 2009

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, January 2009, Claymore, p.
  2. Claymore 16, Shueisha, Scene 86, p. 71
  3. Claymore 16, Scene 86, p. 71
  4. Claymore 16, Scene 86, p. 84
  5. Claymore DS Game handbook, p. 28
  6. Claymore 16, Scene 86, pp. 71–72
  7. Claymore 16, Scene 86, pp. 73–74
  8. Claymore 16, Scene 86, pp. 77–79
  9. Claymore 16, Scene 86, pp. 80–82
  10. Claymore 16, Scene 86, pp. 84–85
  11. Claymore 16, Scene 86, pp. 86–88
  12. Claymore 16, Scene 86, pp. 92–98
  13. Claymore 16, Scene 86, pp. 100–101

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