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Claymore and yomas are NOT Humans anymore.
Yoma parasite takes over Human brain and MUTATE possessed body to that of a yoma. Than they can switch back and forth from their possessed human body to their real yoma body and their main source of food are Humans. So they are not Humans anymore.
Claymores are more closer to Human then yomas but even they are not Humans anymore - but a completely new race. They can love much longer than humans ( they are maybe even immortal but since nobody lived for that long we jsut don't know ), faster, stronger, rarely have to eat... they can be barely called Humans anymore.
From scientific point of view yoma and Claymores are not Humans anymore - but a parasite and a superhuman.
Damn it..., sorry for my chaotic writing.
Last edited by Brother Coa; June 15, 2012 at 11:03 AM.
That is so awful........
But still hilarious
Last edited by Ryus; June 14, 2012 at 07:48 PM.
Ryus I am so damn proud of you.
Ancy! As I am reading what you wrote it gave me an idea! A mental battle within a mental battle! lol
Within Clare's battle with Priscilla she would have another mental battle with Teresa. If she could defeat Teresa, Teresa would give Clare all her memories much like when she defeated Rafaela in the mental world. However, with Teresa since Clare has her blood and flesh, it would release Teresa's powers within Clare as well. If Clare could defeat Teresa, then she rightfully earned Teresa's power instead of just Teresa giving her an insane power up. (That battle would be tricky though, since Teresa is uber strong, so probably a battle of only swordsmanship.) In essence, if Clare has all of Teresa's memories and powers, then they truly have become one. With her new released powers, Clare would battle Priscilla in the first mental world.
In the Priscilla's case, I believe her "lingering thoughts" is strongly tie to her obsession and emotional trauma caused by Teresa. In Priscilla's mind as a Claymore, justice is extremely black and white as good always wins and evil always loses and must be punished. (Priscilla had this rigid logic probably to shield herself from her childhood experience, as she chopped off her father's head while he was eating her sister and killed her whole family.) Teresa who killed humans and broke the organization's rules must be "evil" and must be punished, and Priscilla who represent the organization that "helps" human exterminate yoma must be "good" and carry out the punishment. Therefore, Teresa who is "evil" must lose and must be punished, and Priscilla who is "good" must win and the one who must punish Teresa. However, as we saw that was not the case, as Teresa PWNED her ass. It turned Priscilla's mind upside down. As a result, Priscilla probably had this intense emotional trauma and this persistent obsessive thought <Must punish and kill Teresa because she is a murderer and "evil" and "evil" is the one who is responsible for all her problems, so everything is Teresa's fault> carved deeply into her soul and in her case her yoki and lost herself in the process.
That ghostly Priscilla is probably something like this that rests in her yoki! (Warning! Not for the faint hearted!)
Another thing, I wouldn't count the Destroyer as a goner just yet. I believe as long as there is something for the Destroyer to suck life from, I doubt it would cease to exist. Since the Destroyer is probably still draining life from Priscilla inside the blob, it is probably still alive. I think the instincts of the Destroyer when Priscilla destroyed the outer shells as it became scary ghostly faces lumps of yoki were to drain life out of everything with no discrimination as it was spreading everywhere. Clare more or less "control" it, but rather maybe it was just directing the Destroyer's focus onto Priscilla and with her uber willpower hold and kept the Destroyer in place to drain life out of Priscilla only.
I think the longer Priscilla is trapped inside the blob, the weaker she would become. Priscilla seem to have infinite yoki, but I strongly believe she too has a limit. If the Destroyer can keep draining her life and yoki out of her inside the blob, then she surely would become weaker as time goes on. If that is the case, by the time Cassandra reaches the blob, may be Cassandra could put up a longer fight against a weakened Priscilla. With Destroyer it is tough call, how does its power actually work? Does the Destroyer drains life out of its opponent and then it becomes its own much like the hellcats or does it uses its life force to drain its opponent? If it's the first way, then the Destroyer would probably become even stronger if the seal breaks and poses a greater threat. If it's the second way, when the seal breaks the Destroyer would become weaker as well or may even used up much of its life to drain Priscilla's seemingly endless yoki and it could probably be dealt with.
Hmm... so I was kinda right with what I thought that "linger thought" was in Japanese. Ghost memories...
Good to know, thanks for the info God Eye Galatea and interesting thought on the Destroyer still draining Priscilla when in the blob (could make Priscilla vs Cassandra more easy to swallow). I had totally forgotten about that idea... I forget who posted it but I swore I heard it before. I'll have to consider the idea for a bit before I choose to believe it or not, but still nice food for thought.
^That girl dances worse than Commander Shepard.Quote:
Last edited by Ryus; June 14, 2012 at 09:31 PM.
If the Destroyer sucks all the yoki out of priscilla then she will die right? But if that happens then the destroyer will eventually run out of energy and die like the hellcats did. And then where would that leave Clare? She could just slip out of the Destroyer while it and priscilla dies, but that would be lame. I would like to see a final battle anyways.Quote:
conclusion -is a claymore I have not doubt Roxanne is the most strong that Cassandra. but is an awakened Cassandra is the most strong.