Miria from Memorabilia

Miria's Symbol

VIZ Media name

Miria[1] Speaker (en-us)


Name: Miria[2][3][4] (de Speaker, es-es Speaker, fr Speaker), Milia[5] Speaker (it), 밀리아[6] Millia Speaker (ko), Мирия[7] Miriya Speaker (ru), 米里雅[8] Mǐlǐyǎ Speaker (zh-hk), 蜜莉亞[9] Mìlìyà Speaker (zh-tw)
Nickname: »Miria das Phantom«[10] Speaker (de), Phantom Miria[11] Speaker (en-us), The Phantom[12] (en-us), Miria, la Guerrera Fantasma[13] Speaker (Miria, the Ghost Warrior es-es), Miria, la Chimère[14] Speaker (Miria the Chimera fr), Milia dei Miraggi[15] Speaker (Miria of the Mirages it), 幻影のミリア[16] Gen'ei no Miria Speaker (ja), 환영의 밀리아[17] Hwan-yeong-ui Millia Speaker (Illusive Miria ko), Фантом Мирия[18] Speaker (Phantom Miria ru), 幻影米里雅[19] Huànyǐng Mǐlǐyǎ Speaker (Phantom Miria zh-hk), 幻影蜜莉亞[20] Huànyǐng Mìlìyà Speaker (Phantom Miria zh-tw)

Original name

ミリア[21] Miria Speaker

Rank No.

6,[22] 8[23] and 17[24] of the Current Generation

Current status

Manga: survives the Battle of the North, deserts Organization, 7-year timeskip
Anime: survives the Battle of the North, deserts Organization, journeys alone from Alfons


Organization, Paburo hunt, Ghosts, Holy City of Rabona


Offensive type:[25] 瞬発速撃[26] Madokahatsu Soku Geki Speaker (Instant Speed Attack)


幻影[27] Gen'ei Speaker (Phantom), New Phantom[28] (en-us)


For this plan...the chances of success are zero.[29]

Anime voice

Silvia Mißbach (de),
Monica Rial (en-us),
Agnès Manoury (fr),
Lorella De Luca (it),
Kikuko Inoue (ja),
Nica Rojo (tl)

First appearance

Scene 25, Anime Scene 9


The original Japanese Claymore name derives from "Miria," a Scandinavian name that derives from the Hebrew מרים "Miriam" (bitter or rebellion). Suggestive of Miria's attitude toward the Organization.

The Hebrew Miriam, a popular Puritan name, has been in use as an English-language name since the English Reformation. Similar to "Marianne," also deriving from Miriam.

Miria's nickname is usually translated as "Phantom Miria." 幻影のミリア can also mean "Miria's Illusion." The illusion can go either way.[30]


Claymore warriorEdit


Typical Yagi heart-shaped face, framed with dramatic razor-cut shag hair.


Miria's uniform consists of a butterfly buckle, which holds 2-layer spaulders on the shoulders and a lightly-built carrier between the cervical and thoracic of the spine. Vambraces cover the forearms up to the elbow.


Zettai RyouikiEdit

During 7-year timeskip, Miria replaces her Claymore uniform with a "Zettai Ryouiki" look, consisting of light armor worn over a black tank top, garters and garter belts, gaped stockings and short skirt. Miria's Ghost outfit is closest to Tabitha's in appearance.

Scene 100 link
Leader of the Ghosts


On news that Alicia and Beth are heading for Lautrec, Miria reverts to her old uniform[31] and attacks Organization Headquarters. After recovering from the counterattack, she retains an X-shaped facial scar.[32] This scar echoes earlier comic characters such as "Himura Kenshin" of Rurouni Kenshin (1994) and Marvel Comics' "Agent X" (2002).


Miria plays the consummate leader in series. Cordial, but always the leader (Leadership baseline A+).[33] Puts the common good above friendship, so can appear ruthless to associates.[34]

In Chaldean Numerology, the number 6, Miria's number, is often viewed as the number of maternal care.


The Organization baselines and assessment are based on data before the 7-year timeskip.


Height: 175cm (5ft 8.89in).[35] Dominant arm: right[36]


offensive type warrior, her ability being Instant Attack Speed.[37]



Instant Attack Speed with Yoma power enables Phantom.[38]

New PhantomEdit

Instant Attack Speed (without Yoma power) enables New Phantom.[39]

Organization assessmentEdit

The Organization assesses high agility and leadership baselines. Agility is the basis of the Phantom technique. Leadership baseline leads to appointment as battle group commander in Pieta. Corpse missing after the Battle of the North.[40]


Early life unknown


Miria is one of four experimental subjects in which Dae implanted the flesh and blood of a lost loved one infected with Yoma. The emotional bond enables Miria to control her awakening.[41]

Early careerEdit

Closest emotional attachment appears to be Hilda.[42] After awakening and death of Hilda—due in part to Ophelia's mischief—Miria awakens. Later, she investigates the Organization[43] with goal of destroying it.[44]

Toriro huntEdit

Miria first appears as leader of Toriro hunt. Bad first impression of Clare, due to Clare engaging Yoma alone.[45]

Paburo huntEdit


Miria, as leader of Paburo hunt, is forced to wait a week for Clare. Miria breaks up fight between Clare and Helen, who teases Clare about Raki.[46]


In Paburo Mountains, the hunt spends the night in a cavern. In the rain, Miria tests Clare's sword-fighting ability, but Clare loses. Clare faints and spends the night dreaming about Teresa.[47]


The next morning, the hunt meets a man who claims to be the client. Miria suddenly attacks without warning, but the man shapeshifts into the Paburo awakened.[48]

Paburo attacks, wounding Deneve, Helen and Clare.[49] Miria retrieves them, only to be later wounded herself.[50] Clare returns to the fight[51] and partially disables Paburo, but is repelled.[52] Miria recovers enough to help Clare kill the awakened.[53]

Claymore Miria to the rescue

Claymore Miria to the rescue

Miria to the rescue

Confession and recoveryEdit

Miria asks everyone if they ever awakened and discovers that everyone, like herself, has awakened in the past.[54] The dying Deneve risks awakening in order to heal her wounds.[55]

The four warriors become friends, pledging to meet again.[56] They do so during the Battle of the North.

Battle of the NorthEdit

Member of the battle group in Pieta during the Battle of the North. Assigned as group commander.[57] Has Flora quell mob with demonstration of Windcutter.[58]

Miria divides the 24 warriors into teams resembling awakened hunts. Assigns herself to Team Miria: Queenie (No.20), Tabitha (No. 31) and Yuma (No. 40).[59]

Engagement IEdit

During the first engagement with the three scouts, Team Miria fights the Dreadlock awakened. Miria kills eventually Dreadlock.[60]

Engagement IIEdit

Manga and anime diverge here.


Miria appears in Yuma's flashback. In the banquet hall of the Eastern Inn, Miria holds a meeting with the battle group. She tells everyone to take a half dose of suppressant. If rendered unconscious during combat, a warrior will radiate no aura, making her appear dead to both the Northern Army and Organization.[61]

The Northern Army invades Pieta. After losing three awakened, Rigaldo decides to decapitate the battle group leadership. He kills Veronica and Undine, then wounds Jean. Clare awakens and attacks. But Rigaldo repels Clare and kills Flora.[62]

He wounds Deneve. Clare further awakens. Rigaldo finally captures Miria. But Clare cuts off his arm.[63] As Clare and Rigaldo fight, Helen rescues Miria and destroys Rigaldo's arm. Clare's giant claw gives control over her speed and she eventually kills Rigaldo.[64]

But Clare cannot stop awakening. She demands that Helen kill her, but Jean intervenes and dies realigning Clare to normal.[65]

After second engagement of Pieta, seven warriors survive—Miria, Cynthia, Deneve, Helen, Tabitha, Yuma and Clare.[66]

The Northern Army invades Pieta, but retreats. Rigaldo sequence similar to manga.[67]

Claymore Miria and Wendy

Claymore Miria and Wendy

Miria and Wendy

Raki races to town, followed by Priscilla. She awakens and Clare gives chase. Miria recovers somewhat in the lobby of the Eastern Inn. She leads Deneve and Helen to the volcano, where Clare and Priscilla fight.[68]

After Clare's defeat, Priscilla fights and defeats Miria, Deneve and Helen.[69] Jean and Raki arrive. Clare returns to fight and defeats Priscilla. Raki stops Clare from executing Priscilla. Jean dies returning Clare to normal. Isley takes away Priscilla.

Next day, Miria, Deneve, Helen and Clare desert Organization. Miria leaves alone, planning to investigate the Organization. For Miria, the anime series ends here.[70]

7-year timeskipEdit


Miria is one of seven Ghosts who desert Organization. Hiding in mountains, they train with Yoma power-less techniques. Miria serves as leader.

Despite risking exposure, Ghosts rescue Dabi hunt.[71]

Meanwhile, in a deserted village, Clare finds evidence that Raki may be alive. Back at the cavern hideout, she announces her intent to go south. Miria tests Clare's fighting ability. Satisfied, Miria says she resigns as captain and will accompany Clare south. But everyone decides to go en masse.[72]


Audrey's huntEdit

Miria, Deneve, Helen and Clare rescue Audrey's hunt from Riful.[73] Audrey inadvertently reveals that Alicia is "complete" (functional as controlled awakened being).[74]


In Rabona, Ghosts find town under siege by Agatha. Clare rescues Galatea.[75] Afterward, Miria relates her research on Organization—Miria's theory.[76]

During tavern party, Sid tells Clare that Raki was in town looking for her. Galk reassures Clare that she and Raki must meet again.[77]

Left behindEdit

Miria tells everyone to take care of personal business before the last fight with the Organization. Clare travels west to Lautrec—with Cynthia and Yuma—to find Raki. Helen goes south to Mucha with Deneve.

Miria will wait in Rabona for everyone's return. But she adds one caveat: "When the time comes, I'll go forward alone if I must,"[78] foreshadowing the events of Scene 106.

Later, Tabitha senses Alicia and Beth speeding westward. Miria suspects their target is Riful. Dietrich confirms her suspicions.[79] With Alicia-Beth preoccupied, Organization's main defense is gone.[80]

Miria sees her opportunity to attack the Organization—alone. To prevent Tabitha from following, Miria paralyzes Tabitha. Then puts on her old uniform and sets out for Sutafu.[81]


Failed attackEdit

At Headquarters, Miria disables most warriors, as she did Tabitha. But ends up fighting Twin Trainees, with similar Controlled Awakening as Alicia and Beth.[82]

Rafutera uses Yoma power harmonization to entrain Miria's mind, enabling other warriors to cut down Miria.[83] But warriors only pretend to kill Miria. Men in Black believe Miria is dead. Meanwhile, the Ghosts journey to Headquarters in hopes to rescue Miria.[84]


Later, as the Rebellion starts, Miria reappears to lead the rebels.[85]

The Men in Black stay indoors as Limt orders the Abyss Feeders to be released. The Abyss Feeders attack the rebels. Miria orders the weaker warriors to retreat, while single-digits fight the Feeders.[86]

Dae releases the resurrected Cassandra, Roxanne and Hysteria.[87]


The resurrected warriors instantly cut down everyone en masse.[88]

While Miria's comrades fight Cassandra and Roxanne, Miria fights Hysteria. Miria discovers that Hysteria uses a technique similar to Phantom. But where Miria gains distance from attacks, leaving behind afterimages, Hysteria makes passing attacks, her afterimage flowing through target.[89]

"Old" PhantomEdit

Miria reverts back to old Phantom, plus partial awakening.[90]

Miria barely survives each strike from Hysteria. Finally, Miria increases her baseline Yoma power to the Phantom's burst level, then jumps it from there.[91]

"Inelegant" HysteriaEdit

Miria can now strike Hysteria, even though she also sustains wounds. Hysteria is appalled at this crude technique.[92]

Miria's trap IEdit

Despite Cassandra's awakening, Hysteria continues the fight with Miria—she cuts of Miria's arm. Miria succeeds in impaling Hysteria, at the cost of losing her other arm.[93]

Unknown to Hysteria, Miria spots a lost sword on the battlefield. Miria throws her body over it—hiding it—then waits for Hysteria.

When Hysteria comes to deliver the coup de grace, Miria clutches the sword hilt in her teeth and runs Hysteria through the neck. Hysteria collapses.[94]


When all three resurrected warriors awaken, the situation turns chaotic.

As Miria evacuates another wounded warrior, she flees then confronts an awakened Hysteria, a Dada-like juxtaposition of harpy ship's figurehead, bristling with Cubist sabres and spider legs.[95] Hysteria cannot swallow, due to the sword in her throat.[96]

Miria rejects Hysteria's offer to let Miria go free if Miria removes the sword. Hysteria dodges Miria's attack. Mira further awakens, but is pulled down to earth by Anastasia's hair. The Ghosts, Anastasia's hunt and Dietrich have arrived.[97]


Cynthia calms Miria's runaway Yoma power, while Yuma regenerate Miria's injuries.[98] Meantime, Deneve and the Ghosts rescue the two warriors impaled on Hysteria's limbs.[99]


Six warriors attack—Deneve, Anastasia, Dietrich, Nike, Helen and Tabitha. They use Anastasia's Winged Technique to stay aloft, high-wire style.[100]

Hysteria evades Helen's Flexible Limb Stretching-Drill Sword attack, but fails to spot Dietrich and Nike, who cut free the captives. Anastasia and Helen catch the plunging warriors.[101]

Yoma power hidden, Tabitha succeeds in approaching Hysteria, then clipping her wings. But when the others close in, Hysteria instantly retreats to earth. The warriors are left crossing each others swords.[102]


Suddenly, Hysteria flies skyward, destroying Deneve's left arm, then Nike's right.[103] High above the suspended warriors, Hysteria fires something—it carves out the side of Dietrich's abdomen. Only Anastasia, Helen and Tabitha remain uninjured.[104]

Hysteria's secretEdit

As Hysteria fires her tethered blades, Miria analyzes the situation.

On the ground, Hysteria's sudden turns and stops are due to leg traction, similar to the great claw Clare used to control her speed in Pieta.[105] When aloft, Hysteria's blades, once anchored, allow her to suddenly change direction, horizontally or down.[106]

Miria begins to awaken, hoping that she only fights Hysteria and not turn on the warriors. But Deneve persuades Miria to fight and die as a human.[107]

Deneve shows Miria how to use Anastasia's hair by injecting one's Yoma energy to adjust the strength. Midair, Miria devise a plan.[108] She has Anastasia weave together several hair strands, in which all eight warriors begin to inject Yoma power.[109]

Deneve and the Ghosts watch as Miria draws Hysteria into the maelstrom between Cassandra and Roxanne.[110]


Cassandra continues eating as she combats Roxanne.[111] Using Flexible Limb Stretching, Helen again loosens the anchoring blades, unbalancing Hysteria's movement.[112] Suddenly, Hysteria sheds her pupal shell, molting into a mosquito-like form.[113]


Despite the proximity of the Hysteria-Miria dual, Cassandra and Roxanne fight on, oblivious to the other combat. Roxanne launches her faulds-like blades at Cassandra.[114]

Miria's trap IIEdit

No longer needing her blades to control her direction, Hysteria becomes even faster than before.[115]

Ground zeroEdit

Miria is losing the fight, being wounded repeatedly by Hysteria. But Miria doggedly lures Hysteria into position. Nearby, Cassandra dares Roxanne to use up her blades. Just before Roxanne launches her final volley to finish off Cassandra, Miria touches on Anastasia's cord of hair,[116] then launches herself at hyper-speed past Hysteria, fleeing ground zero.[117]


Hysteria, distracted in her pursuit of Miria, is hit by a blade midair, then bit by a hydra-tentacle from Cassandra, who mistook Hysteria as Roxanne.[118]

To die againEdit

The shattered remains of Hysteria barely clings to life. Her soliloquy describes two warriors that fought her on Rockwell Hill—warrior No. 4, Rosemary. And a mysterious, smiling warrior, resembling Teresa, a new single-digit that is never named. The smiling warrior's attack weakened Hysteria, allowing No. 4 to deliver the coup de grace.[119]

As Hysteria remembers the face of the smiling warrior, the remaining Yoma energy inside Hysteria takes over her mind. Hysteria begins speaking like Priscilla, accusing the unnamed warrior of being a murderer. Finally, the Yoma energy takes the shape of Priscilla.[120]

Miria bounces backs from the shock. Deneve and Helen, also recognizing Priscilla, attack the image, but it is only an apparition, which dissipates. Hysteria is dead.[121]

Executive chamberEdit

The warriors find it deserted.[122] In flashback, Raki says that the Organization fled Headquarters when Cassandra, Roxanne and Hysteria awakened.[123]

Miria orders Deneve and Helen to search the premises. And that any personnel found are to be killed.[124]

Secret roomEdit

But Miria's orders are a ploy to distract her comrades as Miria relocates a pilastered portal. She forces open the wall panel, leading to a downstairs chamber, where a specimen of the Dragons' Descendents is chained. Tubes attached to the body provide life-support.[125]


Limt appears. For unexplained reasons, he has stayed behind. He notices that Miria appears familiar with the dragon. Then he points out the unawakened, humanoid form hanging high from the ceiling.[126]

He reveals the true name of the Dragons' Descendents—the アサラカム[127] (Asarakamu). The Asarakamu are a hermaphroditic species. They have a lifespan of 200 years.[128]

The smaller, humanoid specimen, when awakened, would become like the larger, dragon-like specimen. Once they awaken, they cannot revert back to humanoid form.[129]

When the tissues of both forms are combined, a mobile parasite results. When implanted in humans, the parasite takes over the brain and the hosts develop into Yoma.[130]

Miria's replyEdit

Miria admits being inside the chamber nine years ago, then realizing the source of the Yoma. She exposes the myth perpetrated by the Organization—that Yoma eat their victims and absorb their memories, then impersonate the victims. The reality is that the parasite eventually leaves the host, due to the Yoma body breaking down from excessive shape-shifting.[131]

She notes that the Organization violated their own rule about never killing humans, as they turned humans into Yoma, then ordered their warriors to kill these former humans. She beheads Limt, then cuts the life-support tubes of the prisoners.[132]

The Dragon bodies instantly decay.[133]

Organization's endEdit

In an anticlimax, Miria is strangely reticent and reveals little to Deneve and Helen.

Outside, as the Ghosts regenerate the wounded on the battlefield, Miria announces the death of Limt.[134]

Toulouse IIEdit

Miria's new planEdit

After Deneve relates the events in Lautrec,[135] Miria now understands Clare's situation.[136]

She realizes that Clare is trapped with very person that appeared as a phantasm as Hysteria died. And the strange voice of the dying Hysteria was actually that of Clare's enemy. Further, when Cassandra spoke, though her words were not audible, her mouth moved the same way.

She speculates that Cassandra, reanimated by this person's Yoma energy, is also under this person's control, and is traveling to Rabona to free this same person.[137]

Helen wants to stop Cassandra, but Miria decides othewise. She envisions freeing both Clare and Priscilla before Cassandra's arrival. Miria is counting on Cassandra breaking free of Priscilla's mental influence, then fighting Priscilla.[138]

Return to the Holy CityEdit

Using Raki's plan to return by boat, the Ghosts arrive in Rabona before Cassandra. The Ghosts meet awakened beings in the hills.

Inside the deserted city, the Ghosts are greeted by a tearful Clarice, then Galatea, Galk and Sid. When Miria asks what happened, Galatea leads the Ghosts to the outskirts of town.[139]

The awakened form of the unknown Priscilla is half-emerged from the cocoon. Deneve confirms this is the awakened that she saw in Lautrec.[140]

Two combatsEdit

In flashback, after Clare emerges from the cocoon, Miria fails to kill Priscilla. Instead, a combat between the Destroyer and Priscilla engulfs the awakened audience.

Two female awakened are hurled into the city. They awakened into huge tapeworm- and origami-like forms.[141] The Ghosts and Rabona guards combat the two awakeneds.

Miria and Clare dodge Tapeworm awakened's attack. Tapeworm bristles with dozens of armless torsos, each identical—only one contains the vital organs, according to Tabitha. But the situation is complicated by the awakened's Yoma aura spread evenly among the torsos.[142]

Miria and Clare race to find the vital core. They reach the last torso and together they make the final strike.[143]


On a city battlement, Miria and the Ghosts surround Chronos and Lars, who are speaking to Raki.[144]

Miria warns the two awakened that Cassandra is under the spell of Priscilla. And that once Priscilla absorbs Cassandra, Priscilla shall defeat the Destroyer.

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 awakened beings, Priscilla could be defeated. But only with all those present here cooperating.[145]

Chronos says he will rely the plan to his comrades, but will wait for Miria to act first. Chronos and Lars suddenly vanish.[146]

Round IEdit
Unknown auraEdit

As the Ghosts rush through a Toulouse forest to intercept Cassandra, Helen senses a familiar Yoma aura nearby, but Miria orders everyone to concentrate on Cassandra.[147]

Clare aloneEdit

The Ghosts confront Cassandra, who launches her tentacled heads. While Clare's comrades take evasion action, Clare stays her ground and confronts Cassandra alone with Quicksword. Clare minces all four tentacled heads, then damages the awakened body's left breast and Cassandra's real left arm..[148]

Miria's planEdit

Miria's interior monologue describes engaging Cassandra, while elsewhere Cynthia, Tabitha and Yuma collectively synchronize their Yoma energy with Cassandra's. The group goal is breaking the mental spell that Priscilla has over Cassandra.[149]

From a high vantage point, Cynthia, Tabitha and Yuma realize their failure to synchronize with Cassandra. They now talk among themselves about the mysterious, yet familiar aura that Helen noticed earlier.[150]

Round IIEdit

Despite the efforts of Cynthia, Tabitha and Yuma to draw out Cassandra's mind, the Ghosts are defeated in the first round. Terrified, Chronos and Lars are aghast at the turn of events. Miria's plan to stop Cassandra has failed. While the male awakeneds are fearful of engaging Cassandra, the more powerful Octavia and her party prove less afraid and decide to take matters into their own hands.[151]

Unexpected alliesEdit

In the forest, Octavia and company have joined the Ghosts in trying to stop Cassandra. When Cassandra's headed tentacles attack, the Ghosts dodge. When a tentacle tries eating Octavia's comrade, the head suddenly protrude with blades from inside, then bursts apart, the prey changing into a flying "death star" with folding blades. [152]

Another awakened develops Dauf-like arms and lands punches that break apart another tentacled head.[153]

Still another head is lassoed by the awakened Iron maiden, who splits opens an anglerfish-like orifice lined with teeth. The lassoed head is pulled in and the orifice shuts. [154]


An avian "Raptor" awakened now attacks Cassandra. Octavia herself awakens into a variant of a centaur. With her long dark hair she appears like a demonic version of Lady Godiva. She uncoils an arm—a double-helix of Yoma tissue strips—and flails Cassandra. But the thongs destroy the landscape as well, causing the Ghosts to flee.[155] Cassandra is now surrounded by Octavia and company.[156]

Collective resonanceEdit

Back in the hills, Cynthia, Tabitha and Yuma sense that Cassandra has actually stopped. They now try align their Yoma energy with Cassandra's, using their collective resonance to break Priscilla's mental hold over Cassandra.[157]


During Round II with Octavia's Party, Cassandra changes into a new being—Priscilla–Cassandra. Instead of the Dusteater technique, Cassandra's tentacles spin like a string trimmer as they cut down the surrounding forest and members of Octavia's Party. Europa herself is beheaded. Round II of the engagement ends in defeat for Octavia's Party.[158]


At a safe distance, the Ghosts watch the mayhem. Helen acknowledges that Miria ordered a retreat in time. Miria already knew the form of the oncoming attack and credits Audrey for intelligence on Cassandra's technique.

Helen is concerned about Cassandra changing into Priscilla. When Clare begins to release Yoma energy in response to Priscilla's “presence,” Miria warns Clare to calm down—the transformation is not yet complete.[159]

Round IIIEdit

Octavia and her remaining comrade are dismayed at the failure of their attack. Helen thinks only two members of Octavia's Party have survived. But Chronos corrects Helen and throws Europa's still-living head near the Ghosts.[160]

Chronos concedes that he and Lars must join the fight. Lars identifies Europa and describes her special technique—feigning death. As Europa fully awakens into a starfish form, Chronos reveals her moniker, “Europa the Sloth.” He points out that Europa is the only one present that is close in power to an Abyssal.[161]

Both Chronos and Lars awaken, revealing similar biped forms. They join the assault on Priscilla–Cassandra, as do Miria and Clare. Octavia immobilizes Priscilla–Cassandra, preventing her from using the Dusteater. This allows Europa to use her version of the "Trimmer" technique.

The three female and two male awakeneds weaken Priscilla–Cassandra enough for Clare to attack. She eviscerates the thorax of Cassandra's body, destroying the pilot torso of Priscilla.[162]

The old Cassandra pilot torso returns, as does Cassandra's sense of self. Helen notices that Cassandra is not moving as slowly as before. Miria suspects that under Priscilla's spell, Cassandra's movements were restrained—Cassandra took far more injuries here than when fighting Roxanne in Sutfafu. But by destroying the Priscilla pilot torso, Clare inadvertently unleashed Cassandra's true power.[163]

Additional detailsEdit


From Claymore Intimate Persona, 幻影 Gen'ei (Phantom): Miria—Kikuko Inoue 4:19


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.

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  5. Claymore 5, Star Comics, Scene 25, p. 121
  6. Claymore 5, Daewon CI, Scene 25, p. 125
  7. Claymore 5, Comix-ART, Scene 25, p. 125
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  52. Claymore 6, Scene 29, pp. 39–53
  53. Claymore 6, Scene 29, pp. 54–62; Claymore, Anime Scene 10
  54. Claymore 6, Scene 29–Scene 30, pp. 65–74; Claymore, Anime Scene 11
  55. Claymore 6, Scene 30, pp. 86–95; Claymore, Anime Scene 11
  56. Claymore 6, Scene 31, p. 114; Claymore, Anime Scene 11
  57. Claymore 9, Scene 50, p. 156; Claymore, Anime Scene 18
  58. Claymore 9, Scene 51, p. 166; Claymore, Anime Scene 18
  59. Claymore 9, Scene 51, pp. 171–173; Claymore, Anime Scene 18
  60. Claymore 10, Scene 54, pp. 86–87; Claymore, Anime Scene 19
  61. Claymore 12, Scene 66, pp. 83–87
  62. Claymore 10, Scene 57, pp. 174–184
  63. Claymore 11, Scene 58, pp. 34–35
  64. Claymore 11, Scene 59, pp. 68–69
  65. Claymore 11, Scene 60, pp. 78–87
  66. Claymore 12, Scene 66, pp. 93–94
  67. Claymore, Anime Scene 23
  68. Claymore, Anime Scene 24
  69. Claymore, Anime Scene 25
  70. Claymore, Anime Scene 26
  71. Claymore 12, Scene 65, pp. 64–65
  72. Claymore 12, Scene 67, pp. 132–133
  73. Claymore 13, Scene 70, pp. 26–31
  74. Claymore 13, Scene 72, p. 79
  75. Claymore 15, Scene 77, pp. 8–37
  76. Claymore 15, Scene 79Scene 80, pp. 52–76
  77. Claymore 15, Scene 80, p. 86
  78. Claymore 15, Scene 82, p. 154
  79. Claymore 17, Scene 90, pp. 16–17
  80. Claymore 17, Scene 90, p. 9
  81. Claymore 19, Scene 106, pp. 128–134
  82. Claymore 19, Scene 106, p. 156
  83. Claymore 19, Scene 109, pp. 188–189
  84. Claymore 20, Scene 109, pp. 67–68
  85. Claymore 20, Scene 113, pp. 185-187
  86. Claymore 21, Scene 114, pp. 28–34
  87. Claymore 21, Shueisha, Scene 115, pp. 68–69
  88. Claymore 21, Scene 116, pp. 71–77
  89. Claymore 21, Scene 116, p. 94
  90. Claymore 21, Scene 118, pp. 154–155
  91. Claymore 21, Scene 118, pp. 161–163
  92. Claymore 21, Scene 119, pp. 168–169
  93. Jump SQ, December 2011, Claymore, Scene 120, p. 285
  94. Jump SQ, December 2011, Claymore, Scene 120, p. 287
  95. Jump SQ, January 2012, Claymore, Scene 121, pp. 198–199
  96. Jump SQ, January 2012, Claymore, Scene 121, p. 201
  97. Jump SQ, January 2012,Claymore, Scene 121, p. 205
  98. Jump SQ, February 2012, Claymore, Scene 122, p. 615
  99. Jump SQ, February 2012, Claymore, Scene 122, p. 620
  100. Jump SQ, February 2012, Claymore, Scene 122, p. 621
  101. Jump SQ, February 2012, Claymore, Scene 122, pp. 622–623
  102. Jump SQ, February 2012, Claymore, Scene 122, p. 624–627
  103. Jump SQ, February 2012, Claymore, Scene 122, pp. 632–633
  104. Jump SQ, February 2012, Claymore, Scene 122, p. 634
  105. Claymore 11, Scene 59, p. 60
  106. Jump SQ, March 2012, Claymore, Scene 123, p. 610
  107. Jump SQ, March 2012, Claymore, Scene 123, p. 623
  108. Jump SQ, May 2012, Claymore, Scene 125, p. 676
  109. Jump SQ, April 2012, Claymore, Scene 124, p. 253–264
  110. Jump SQ, April 2012, Claymore, Scene 124, p. 238
  111. Jump SQ, April 2012, Claymore, Scene 124, p. 241
  112. Jump SQ, April 2012, Claymore, Scene 124, p. 243
  113. Jump SQ, April 2012, Claymore, Scene 124, p. 246
  114. Jump SQ, April 2012, Claymore, Scene 124, p. 249
  115. Jump SQ, April 2012, Claymore, Scene 124, p. 255–256
  116. Jump SQ, April 2012, Claymore, Scene 124, p. 265
  117. Jump SQ, April 2012, Claymore, Scene 124, p. 267
  118. Jump SQ, May 2012, Claymore, Scene 125, pp. 679–683
  119. Jump SQ, May 2012, Claymore, Scene 125, pp. 689–691
  120. Jump SQ, May 2012, Claymore, Scene 125, pp. 691–697
  121. Jump SQ, May 2012, Claymore, Scene 125, pp. 699–700
  122. Claymore, Scene 126, p. 10
  123. Claymore 23, Scene 126, pp. 10–11
  124. Claymore 23, Scene 126, pp. 11–12
  125. Claymore 23, Scene 126, pp. 12–15
  126. Claymore 23, Scene 126, p. 16
  127. Claymore 23, Scene 126, p. 16
  128. Claymore 23, Scene 126, p. 17
  129. Claymore 23, Scene 126, pp. 16–17
  130. Claymore 23, Scene 126, p. 18
  131. Claymore 23, Scene 126, p. 19
  132. Claymore 23, Scene 126, p. 20–24
  133. Claymore 23, Scene 126, p. 25
  134. Claymore 23, Scene 126, pp. 26–31
  135. Claymore 19, Scene 104–Scene 105, pp. 93–125
  136. Jump SQ, July 2012, Claymore, Scene 127, p. 273
  137. Jump SQ, July 2012, Claymore, Scene 127, pp. 274–276
  138. Jump SQ, July 2012, Claymore, Scene 127, pp. 277–279
  139. Jump SQ, August 2012, Claymore, Scene 128, pp. 334–337
  140. Jump SQ, August 2012, Claymore, Scene 128, pp. 338–341
  141. Jump SQ, November 2012, Claymore, Scene 131, pp. 367–369
  142. Jump SQ, November 2012, Claymore, Scene 131, pp. 378–380
  143. Jump SQ, November 2012, Claymore, Scene 131, pp. 382–389
  144. Jump SQ, December 2012, Claymore, Scene 132, pp. 244–245
  145. Jump SQ, December 2012, Claymore, Scene 132, pp. 251–253
  146. Jump SQ, December 2012, Claymore, Scene 132, pp. 254–255
  147. Jump SQ, December 2013, Claymore, Scene 133, p. 759
  148. Jump SQ, January 2013, Claymore, Scene 133, pp. 760–768
  149. Jump SQ, January 2013, Claymore, Scene 133, pp. 771–772
  150. Jump SQ, January 2013, Claymore, Scene 133, p. 775
  151. Jump SQ, January 2013, Claymore, Scene 133, pp. 786–789
  152. Jump SQ, February 2013, Claymore, Scene 134, pp. 605–609
  153. Jump SQ, February 2013, Claymore, Scene 134, p. 610
  154. Jump SQ, February 2013, Claymore, Scene 134, pp. 609–612
  155. Jump SQ, February 2013, Claymore, Scene 134, pp. 613–620
  156. Jump SQ, February 2013, Claymore, Scene 134, p. 621
  157. Jump SQ, February 2013, Claymore, Scene 134, p. 622
  158. Jump SQ, May 2013, Claymore, Scene 137, pp. 205–207
  159. Jump SQ, May 2013, Claymore, Scene 137, pp. 208–209
  160. Jump SQ, May 2013, Claymore, Scene 137, pp. 210–211
  161. Jump SQ, May 2013, Claymore, Scene 137, pp. 212–213
  162. Jump SQ, May 2013, Claymore, Scene 137, pp. 218–234
  163. Jump SQ, June 2013, Claymore, Scene 138, pp. 679–680
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