Flashback Friday With JapanimeTalks: OWLS Disruptor Post: Claymore’s 7 Ghosts of the Northern War

Happy Flashback Friday!

In keeping with my current theme of reblogging OWLS Blog Tour posts we have the second article from the tour by the lovely JapanimeTalks. She posted her Claymore themed disrupter post on January 9, 2017.

What I LOVE about this post is how JapanimeTalks uses Claymore to discuss how there will be times in your life when you have to stand up and do what is right even when if feels like everyone around you is doing the wrong thing.

This reminds me a lot of how our governments can sometimes form laws that do more harm then good and it is up to the people to point that out. A great example in American history would be slavery and internment camps. Those were laws making it legal to enslave Africans and confine Japanese Americans to interment camps against their wills and without justification. At the time they were legal. It was up to the American people to realize that these things were wrong and to change things for future generations.

As you can see I’m a big fan of this post, so I hope you all like it as well! Make sure to check out more of JapanimeTalks articles in the future.

JAPANime Talks

Strength, obedience and individuality – three things that make Claymores the most effective combat weapons against the
supposed enemies of the human race – yoma

To establish Claymore as a point of reference for a real-life, practical scenario, it might help to take a quick look at some series facts:

The 7 Ghosts or Survivors of the Northern Warmiria
cynthia

deneve

helen

tabatha

yuma

clare

The Numbering System

This is perhaps one of the most distinct and solid fact about Claymores. Once they are deemed ready by the ‘Organization’ to fight on the field, they’re automatically given specific numbers (nos. 1-47) depending on their combat strength.

It’s both a hierarchy and warning that keeps all the members in line.

  • Lower numbers obey the higher digits.
  • Single digits command a team on field.
  • And nos. 1 to 5 are kept by the Organization near the headquarters as a sort of protection and for convenience purposes in…

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