Later, when Raki searches for Clare, he meets an acclaimed "Claymore," a Yoma in disguise, in wooded outskirts of town.
Behind the ScenesEdit
- "Egon" may derive from the Austrian Expressionist painter, Egon Schiele (1890–1918).
- "エゴン" (Egon) pronounced "egg-on" in Japanese, similar to the original German.
- ↑ Claymore manga chapter 3
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