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War
War.jpg
Paburo hunt embattled

Competing species

Humans, Claymores, Yoma, awakened beings, Abyss Feeders, Destroyer, Hellcats, Dragons' Descendents

Competing powers

Organization, Creatures of the Abyss, Holy City of Rabona, Dragons' allies

Quote

Reporting to the Organization.[1]

Charts ↓

  • Sword Chart.jpg Sword chart: speed versus strength of attack
  • Yoma Power Chart link.jpg Yoma power chart: power and mental control needed for abilities and techniques

Tree diagram[]

Branches of war[]

Six baselines of power creates three personality types and six innate abilities.

Each ability results in a learned technique, which Claymore warriors use to fight Yoma, awakened beings—and even each other.

  • Baseline link.jpg Baseline ↓
    • Yoma Power link.jpg Yoma power—demonic power
    • Agile link.jpg Agility—quickness, speed and maneuverability
    • Strength link.jpg Strength—muscular strength and extension (shapeshifting)
    • Mental link.jpg Mental
    • Sensing link.jpg Sensing
    • Leadership link.jpg Leadership
      • Class (Type and ability) ↓
        • Type link.jpg Type (personality) ↓
          • Deneve link.jpg Defensive type
          • Ophelia link.jpg Offensive type
          • Special Type link.jpg Special type
            • Ability link.jpg Ability (innate) ↓
              • Yoma Power Ability link.jpg Yoma power ability
              • Agile Ability link.jpg Agile ability
              • Strength Ability link.jpg Strength ability
              • Mental Ability link.jpg Mental ability
              • Sensing Ability link.jpg Sensing ability
                • Technique link.jpg technique (learned) ↓
                  • Yoma Power Technique link.jpg Yoma power technique
                  • Agile Technique link.jpg Agile technique
                  • Strength Technique link.jpg Strength technique
                  • Mental Technique link.jpg Mental technique
                  • Sensing Technique link.jpg Sensing technique

Baseline, type, ability, technique[]

Type, ability and technique derive from six baselines, rated by the Organization from A to E (fail).

Baselines influence a warrior's personality, innate ability and invention of technique. An especially high rating on one baseline alone can result in a notable technique, despite weaknesses in other areas.

For example, Noel rates A+ for agility, though only C for strength. Her combined baselines create an offensive type personality. Her innate ability is Agile Speed Attack. Her invented technique is High Fluid Movement.

Noel: Agility A+ (plus other baselines) = Offensive type = Agile Speed Attack = High Fluid Movement.

Learnable[]

Once a technique is established, it can be learned by others using different baselines, personality and ability. Examples are:

References[]

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 17, Scene 92, p. 94

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