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When a Claymore fully awakens, they lose all of their humanity (human DNA and such) and turn into AB.
I think that Clare as a claymore is underestimated because of low yoki energy due to her being a quarter. Most of the characters judge someone's strength by their yoki. But remember when Rigaldo fought HAwakened Clare. He admitted that he was overwhelmed and it reminded him of Isley. I believe that when Clare HAwakens, the yoma in Teresa's flesh&blood becomes the dominant DNA. So if Clare is to awaken, she should be above AO level, heck, she's a No. 1 material right now.
What makes Clare really powerful right now are her techniques and the experience she earned through her journeys + Rafaela's memories. And regarding to Clare getting a power boost from Rafaela, in a way she did when she received her memories or knowledge but that's it. No yoki increase whatsoever.
wonder how helen became HA
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Probably not, Miria didn't told them about the Organization's biggest secret even if she was 7 years with them.Quote:
And I doubt that others would told them before Miria.
And is Tabitha not in love with miria(the way she acts toward miria is different then how the others treat her.....so its not like thats how she is treating her captain...i think she is in love with miria(who knows if miria likes her back..miria like clare seems no sexual and focused on battle/revenge ) while other warriors have very heavy sexual undertones
And Tabtha is the second coming of Roxanne XD. Although i dont think shes in love with her its more like blind admiration shes probably really grateful to Miria too, all the Ghosts are, but shes not shy about showing it !
Clare has already combined PYS with the QS to target a specific yoki, and I would say they compliment each other very well, though it's not really needed unless you want some form of precision.Quote:
I believe Rafaela's technique can be used with QS as well, especially when dealing with someone who is cloaked, or releasing too much yoki. I consider it somewhat inferior though since it basically relies on your opponent having already made a move, which could be dangerous. But I guess when you have the QS as answer it's a bit of a moot point, no?
And like you said, Clare has them all, and she's probably going to combine them. I'm wondering whether it would not be difficult for the brain (or whatever organ Claymore use to sense yoki) to interpret the signals coming in from PYS and Rafaela's technique.
PYS gives you data a split second before the other tech does. If Clare is as good as Teresa, she actually should be already moving before Rafa's tech (we really need a name for that!) kicks in. How do you manage a prediction with the real-time event when they are happening almost simultaneously? But being the furthest thing from a physicist or mathematician I'm probably missing something here.
Agreed, and now looking back at my speculation, I can see that the Destroyer would have reverted to its chaotic self soon after being released. The only other explanation I can come up with is that Clare left some sort of instructions, but it's thin at best.Quote:
But if that was Priscilla in command, it's odd that she would ignore Clare, the one person she has been looking for so long. Maybe she was really hungry.
On Half-Awakening, indeed the Org was most likely aware of it (Helen's clothes would attest to that). It would be cool to know if at some point in the past they tried some experiments of that nature.
Either way, it's an interesting phenomenon, with a lot of potential: rapid growth in strength, perhaps better yoki control or yoki quality, I'm not sure what it is. And going over the limit and coming back possibly decreases the chances of awakening; as you get to know that line you can push it further away.
Then again, the Org wanted a controllable AB, so the above line of thought wasn't in their goals.