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Mucha

Isley in "Mucha," from Scene 62, "Cognates of Paradise 1"

Mucha is the southern region and was first named by Galatea.[1] Green lands and mountains. Headquarters of Luciela of the South.

History[]

The similar name "Musha," claimed by Priscilla to be her birthplace (Extra Scene 3), is a translator's variant of "Mucha."

Battleground of Isley of the North and Luciela of the South (Scene 62).

After Luciela's defeat, her younger sister Rafaela, who was watching the battle, finds Luciela and euthanizes her.

Site of Isley's Last Stand.

Behind the Scenes[]

  • Region of Deneve's and Helen's hometowns.
  • "Mucha" and the northern region of "Alphonse" may derive from Czech Art Nouveau painter, Alphonse Mucha (1860–1939).

References[]

  1. Claymore Manga: Chapter 90
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