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Thread: A letter to Norihiro Yagi

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    Re: A letter to Norihiro Yagi

    Quote Originally Posted by Whirlzap View Post
    I would most certainly, without a moment's doubt or hesitation, immediately type that letter up and slam that send button with only one burning question;

    Why can't you produce Claymore chapters faster fffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffff


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    Ahhahaha. Preferably daily if possible :P That's what I'd like.
    He did kinda admit the reason though, that he's not skilled enough to do so:

    Second to last question, which has also been buried in a sea of translation in my post↑ hahahaa.

    ---------- Post added February 15, 2013 at 05:40 PM ---------- Previous post was February 10, 2013 at 07:24 AM ----------






    Oh yeah, on another note, I actually forgot to say what kinda questions I would like to asking Yagi-sensei haha, in response to this thread.

    1) If Clare had a nickname, what would you give her?

    2) The passage of time is damn hard to tell. Takes me quite a while to notice a few months have actually passed from one page to the next, and in the end I ain't even sure of that lol. Could you release a comprehensive timeline sorta thing in your next databook? :P

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    Re: A letter to Norihiro Yagi

    I had been looking at all kinds of websites and waswondering is there going to be a continuous manga after the last one(142). I would hope so to see Priscilla die lol. I cantvwait. Furthermore i noticed that it doesnt give a clear indication if isley is dead on not it just says the end of isley? With a question mark. Lol fingers crossed hope he is still alive and hopefully you can continue making claymore to the end.

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    Another thing. Lets kills Priscilla off already they made her 2 powerful lmao.

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    Re: A letter to Norihiro Yagi

    Quote Originally Posted by faintsmile1992 View Post
    I doubt this will happen but if it does.

    1. Ask him to confirm once and for all about Nietzschean themes in Claymore.
    2. Ask him if he's familiar with Germanic culture (in Iceland, warriors were expected to turn into monsters unless other warriors killed them).
    3. Ask him if hes familiar with psychology and so-called personality disorders, especially the writings ofWillem H.J. Martens about psychopathy, because many of his characters are very accurate.
    I read almost the complete works of Nietzsche a few years ago, and I've seen your posts about this. I honestly don't see indications in Claymore that Yagi was inspired by him in writing Claymore. It's easy to read that into a series that is dark fantasy, though.

    I have some insight on some of the cultural aspects in Claymore, and think I know the cultural origin of the yomas. That's a topic for another thread, though.
    Galarene <3

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