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Teo
Teo in anime
"Teo" in anime

VIZ Media name

Teo[1] (en-us)

Variant

Teo[2][3][4] (es-es, it, ru), Theo[5][6] (en-us anime, it anime)

Original name

テオ[7] Teo

Region

Unknown

Status

Inhabited

Geographic entity

Town

Geographic features

Near unnamed village where Yoma pack hide as humans

Ties

Unknown

Place name allusion

Theo van Gogh

First mention

Scene 12, Anime Scene 5

First appearance

Scene 12, Anime Scene 5

EtymologyEdit

Dutch or English short form of "Theodore" or "Theobald."

テオの町 translates as "town of Teo." [8]

FUNimation anime pronounces name as both THee-o and Tee-o[9] VIZ Media uses "Teo."[10]

May allude to Theo van Gogh, brother of the Dutch artist Vincent van Gogh.

DescriptionEdit

A village in an unknown region. The village that Orsay names as "Teo" in manga Scene 5 is never shown in the manga. The anime renames the village that Teresa appears in as "Teo." See Teo II.

HistoryEdit

TeresaEdit

Teresa kills Yoma at unnamed town. Afterward, she meets Orsay on the town outskirts. He gives her a new assignment at Teo.[11]

Manga vs. animeEdit

MangaEdit

But instead of showing up at Teo, Teresa appears at the marketplace of a neighboring village. There, she kills six Yoma and then a seventh, inadvertently rescuing a young girl, who she will later name Clare.

Teresa says that the Yoma were hiding here while feeding on humans in neighboring towns. But that the Yoma Suppression was commissioned by another town (Teo). [12]

AnimeEdit

The anime is similar to the manga, except Teresa makes no mention of another village making a request for Yoma Suppression. When a villager offers payment, Teresa says that a Man in Black will come collect it. The village depicted is "Teo."[13]

Claymore Teresa confronts Yoma00:35

Claymore Teresa confronts Yoma


Teresa combats Yoma

Additional detailsEdit

VideoEdit

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. Claymore 3, Scene 12, p. 81
  2. Claymore 3, Ediciones Glénat España , Scene 12, p. 81
  3. Claymore 3, Star Comics, Scene 12, p. 77
  4. Claymore 3, Comix-ART, Scene 12, p. 81
  5. Claymore, Anime Scene 5
  6. Claymore, Yamato Video, Anime Scene 5
  7. Claymore 3, Shueisha, Scene 12, p. 81
  8. Claymore 3, Shueisha, Scene 12, p. 81
  9. Claymore, Anime Scene 5
  10. Claymore 3, Scene 12, p. 81
  11. Claymore 3, Scene 12, pp. 79–82; Claymore, Anime Scene 5
  12. Claymore 3, Scene 12, pp. 84–95
  13. Claymore, Anime Scene 5

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