Sister from Claymore DS game

VIZ Media name



Sister[1] (en-us anime)

Original name


Current status



City of Hamel, Brother


But when he heard about the image of Clare, his eyes got all soft and gentle.[2]

Anime voice

Kate Bristol (en-us)

First appearance

Scene 41, Anime Scene 15


"Sister" and "Brother"[3] appear only in the FUNimation dub credits. Unnamed by the characters in the manga and anime.


Sister wears her hair in "twin tails" (ツインテール tsuin teeru), a common manga hairstyle among schoolgirl characters. In the anime and Claymore DS Game, Sister has dark eyes, freckles, brown hair and wears a coral shift dress.

Sana from "Angel Densetsu

Sister is physically similar to "Sana Halford"[4] in Norihiro Yagi's earlier series, Angel Densetsu. "Brother" differs from "Leo Halford," Sana's brother. Leo is almost physically identical to Raki.


As with her predecessor, Sana, Sister is young but assertive with her elders. Compassionate. Good judge of character as she senses Raki's true inner qualities, despite his ominous appearance.[5]



In unnamed town (named Hamel in anime), Clare searches for Raki. She checks in at a local inn. From up in her room, she watches the Zakol hunt leaving town.[6]

Despite Clare's aura suppressant, the hunt leader (Jean) detects someone's presence. But Jean shrugs it off as her imagination.[7]

Next morningEdit

Clare gets up early. The innkeeper tells her the Claymores left for the Zakol Mountains. Clare resumes her search before they return.[8]

In the village plaza, she comes across a Teresa and Clare statue and two minors—a teenage boy and his younger sister. Brother and sister argue over the statue, during which the girl mentions speaking to a stranger.


On questioning, the girl confirms that someone, fitting Raki's description, was asking which goddess is "Clare." He appeared to be injured.[9]

On further questioning the girl, Clare becomes convinced that Raki was in Hamel.

Claymore Clare speaks to children in Hamel

Claymore Clare speaks to children in Hamel

Clare speaks with children in Hamel


But someone screams. A fatally wounded, unnamed warrior staggers into town. As she falls, Clare catches her.[10]


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, Anime Scene 15
  2. Claymore 8, Scene 41, p. 59
  3. Claymore, Anime Scene 15
  4. Angel Densetsu 13, Act 66, p. 40
  5. Claymore 8, Scene 41, p. 59; Claymore, Anime Scene 15
  6. Claymore 8, Scene 41, pp. 44–49; Claymore, Anime Scene 15
  7. Claymore 8, Scene 41, pp. 50–51; Claymore, Anime Scene 15
  8. Claymore 8, Scene 41, pp. 54–56; Claymore, Anime Scene 15
  9. Claymore 8, Scene 41, pp. 57–60; Claymore, Anime Scene 15
  10. Claymore 8, Scene 41, pp. 61–64; Claymore, Anime Scene 15
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