Season 1 Episode 7

The Mark of the Deceased

Aired Unknown May 15, 2007 on Nippon Television Network Corporation

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  • Claymores number two through five, Priscilla, Illena, Noel, and Sophia, are sent to kill Teresa

    Claymores number two through five, Priscilla, Illena, Noel, and Sophia, are sent to kill Teresa. Priscilla engages Teresa in single combat, but she is outmatched despite briefly having the upper hand. The other three decide that they must assist, and the members of the team begin to release their Yoki in preparation for the combined attack. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
  • The battle of the Claymores - 4 vs 1

    Teresa and Clare are well on their journey. They spot a nearby town and decide to stay there for a while. There's a Yoma there so Teresa quickly disposes of it. Meanwhile, the organization has sent the four best Claymores to hunt Teresa down (#2 - #5) There is a new girl who is #2 who's name is Priscilla. She is just a kid but has unlimited potential and will someday surpass Teresa. They go to the town where Teresa is hiding.

    Teresa tries to suppress her Yoki so the Claymores can't sense her. But they find her anyway. The #2 Claymore (Priscilla) wants to face Teresa 1 on 1. She is special because she can suppress her Yoki to the max, not even Teresa can sense her. They begin fighting but Teresa has the upper hand, she comments on the amazing potential of Priscilla and the next time they face Teresa may lose. The other claymores (#3-#5) decide to step in and help Priscilla, but even with all of them fighting at once they can hardly pull an edge. They decide to use their Yoma powers, and now the real fight begins..

    Excellent episode, the battle between Teresa and the other Claymores was well presented, and the introduction of Priscilla was also nice (she may become an important character later on). The fight continues next episode.
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