These characters use or are training to use the Claymore in combat.

The term claymore (pronounced /ˈkleɪmɔər/, from Scottish Gaelic claidheamh mòr, "great sword") may refer to one of two distinct types of Scottish swords: it may refer to a two-handed sword with a cross hilt, of which the guards were usually turned down, used by the Highlanders of Scotland; or to a basket-hilted broadsword adopted in the 16th century, which is still worn as the full dress sword in the Highland regiments of the British Army.

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