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Nike's Symbol.jpg

VIZ Media name

Nike[1] (en-us Speaker.svg)


Nike[2][3] (de Speaker.svg, it Speaker.svg), Niké[4] (es-es Speaker.svg)

Original name

ニケ[5] Nike Speaker.svg

Rank No.

15[6] of the Next Generation

Current status

Alive, deserted




Unknown type: unknown ability




Is that a compliment or an insult?[7]

First appearance

Scene 110


ニケ transliterates from the Greek Νικη Speaker.svg (victory)." Nike" is the Greek goddess of victory.



Razor bobbed hair.[8] Sardonic expression accentuated by prominent eyebrows.[9]


A boomerang-shaped Buckle holds 2-layer Spaulders on the shoulders.[10]


Fierce appearance at variance with kindly personality.[11] Places safety of others before her own.



Unknown type. Having no Organization datasheet in the "Yoma War Record," her ability and baselines are unknown.


Early life unknown.


Member of Anastasia's hunt, which replaced Dabi hunt.[12]

Northern Path[]

Surprise meeting[]

Ghosts and Dietrich head to Organization Headquarters, intending to rescue Miria. But the Ghosts' Eyes, Tabitha, senses four warriors heading in same direction. Warriors are lead by Anastasia.[13]

Owing to the loss of Alicia and Beth, Anastasia's Hunt is recalled to Organization Headquarters. Anastasia returns with Nike, Keira and Phina on the "Northern Path," a secret route to Headquarters.[14] But they meet a man who awakens.[15]


Anastasia defeats Awakened Being, but other Awakeneds attack. Hunt is overwhelmed. During the battle, tentacles wound Phina. Nike orders Keira to evacuate Phina. Anastasia and Nike surrounded. But Ghosts and Dietrich rescue them.[16]



At Organization Headquarters, Hysteria dodges Miria's attack. Mira further awakens, but is pulled down to earth by Anastasia's hair. The Ghosts and Anastasia's Hunt have arrived.[17]

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.[18]


Suddenly, Hysteria flies skyward, destroying Deneve's left arm, then Nike's right.[19] High above the suspended warriors, Hysteria fires something—it carves out the side of Dietrich's abdomen. Only Anastasia, Helen and Tabitha remain uninjured. Hysteria is firing tethered blades, which enable her to stop and turn in any direction.[20]

Later, Yuma helps Nike to regenerate her arm.


Hysteria offers to spare anyone who pulls out the sword from her throat. She is about to lose patience and attack everyone en masse, but Nike pulls out the sword. But this misdirects Hysteria's attention—Nike cuts free Anastasia, then Deneve and Tabitha grab Anastasia. Nike tries to strike Hysteria, who dodges the attack.[21]


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 20, Scene 110, p. 95
  2. Claymore 20, Tokyopop, Scene 110, p. 95
  3. Claymore 20, Star Comics, Scene 110, p. 91
  4. Claymore 20, Ediciones Glénat España, Scene 110, p. 95
  5. Claymore 20, Shueisha, Scene 110, p. 95
  6. Claymore 20, Scene 111, p. 117
  7. Claymore 20, Scene 111, p. 118
  8. Claymore 20, Scene 110, p. 101
  9. Claymore 20, Scene 111, p. 116
  10. Claymore 20, Scene 110, p. 101
  11. Claymore 20, Scene 111, p. 118
  12. Claymore 12, Scene 68, p. 140
  13. Claymore 20, Scene 110, p. 91
  14. Claymore 20, Scene 110, p. 91–92
  15. Claymore 20, Scene 110, pp. 93–95
  16. Claymore 20, Scene 111, pp. 122–123
  17. Jump SQ, January 2012,Claymore, Scene 121, p. 205
  18. Jump SQ, February 2012, Claymore, Scene 122, pp. 622–623
  19. Jump SQ, February 2012, Claymore, Scene 122, pp. 632–633
  20. Jump SQ, February 2012, Claymore, Scene 122, p. 634
  21. Jump SQ, March 2012, Claymore, Scene 123, p. 631