This wiki started in late December 2010 as the Island World of Claymore. In November of 2011, after a software glitch with a new name (Claymore World Wiki), the content moved to this second site under the current name.
Norihiro Yagi, the creator of Claymore, displays an extensive knowledge of etymology, history, metaphysics, and not least of all, art. A myriad of art styles, ranging from the Greek Bronze age to 20th century Picasso, appear in Claymore.
We hope to create a permanent reference for future generations. May they enjoy Claymore as we of the present do.
Jamieclaymore (talk) 04:47, July 26, 2013 (UTC)