"Hmm…I see." A traveling maiden to her home. This was an excellent time to make a friend with Lady Jeanne and be able to leave the castle, even if for just a moment to help in Jeanne’s exploration. "Lady Jeanne, it would be an honor to help you in your exploration. Allow me to guide you through Camelot’s lands."
"I’d very much appreciate it, M’lady, thank you."The maiden bowed her head in respect and acceptance of this onces offer. She awaited for the other to guide before she took her first step, after all it was only polite to do so but even so there were a lot of things that seemed so interesting and breath taking at least from what she had herd of during her time wandering about.
"A pleasure to make your acquaintance, Lady Jeanne. Would it be wrong of me to assume you are from the land known as France? If that is correct, then the Lady Jeanne, is quite a ways from her homeland."
"J’you have guessed correctly. Was it my accent that gave it away?"She inquired though it was rather obvious that it most likely was the case."I merely thought it would be enjoyable to explore, these lands are so vast and enjoyable, my curiosity got the better of me."
"My, my, what an elegant maiden that is poised before me?"
The pink-haired female curtsied formally to the person in front of her, bowing her head in respect. A light smile shadowed her face.
"Greetings, My Lady. I am Guinevere, Queen of Camelot."
"Merely passing through, M’lady."Came the first answer with a gentle smile as always."And tis a pleasure to meet you, Lady Guinevere, thy name is Jeanne D’Arc."
*NOTE: This is heavily AU, created by an Arc that was once played out. Subjected to change and was created before Jeanne’s skill set was Altered.*
Raided by a group of barbarians while she was out on the mountains. Upon seeing her village destroyed she was angered having thought that God forsaken her and robbed her of her family, her relatives and her home.
She seeked the capital where the french army was, rose to the ranks of an officer. Before all of this happened she cut her hair and guised herself as a boy in order to achieve this.
There was a saying that France will fall under a Dark Hand. It was prophesized to be one of the councilors. The King of France then put them all to death and replaced them with news ones in hopes to avert France’s destruction. Jeanne however was one of the new councilors and leading officers of the war.
She liberated many citadels and placed them under fire where she would say “May you find your place not in heaven, but in the depths of hell where all those who were abandoned by God shall heed the voice of lucifer”
The Devil was pleased. The Demon guised himself as a regular old man who convinced Jeanne to overthrow the King. Thus came the dastardly plot to kill him.
Upon success the King was murdered by her only to be caught. She burned and died only to be the right hand maiden of the doombringer Lucifer.
Because that the King had no offspring there was no heir to the throne and france fell to chaos.
Known as the Right hand Maiden of the Doom bringer
The Lady of Flames The Judas who betrayed France The Black Rosary
She earned many dark names after her death.
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Her wish was simply none other than the destruction of the earth.. the rise of lucifer and the fall of God who had forsaken her.
Strength: B Endurance: A Agility: B Mana: A Luck: D Noble Phantasm: A+
Sword Name: Lapsis Sancti in Ignis
SKILLS: Magic Resistance: EX In addition to the Magic Resistance of the Saber Class, she demonstrates a high anti-magic from her unwavering piety. However, since it is just averting (evading) the Magecraft, only Joan will be saved against a wide-range magic attack. It cannot cope with the sacraments of the Church. (Holy Magic can harm her.)
Demon’s Wit: N/A A Skill equivalent to “Instinct”. Instinct is a sixth sense regarding battles, but “Demon’s Wit” shapes into the fact where any unfair outcome is seen. That what path suited for a sinner is chosen. (Like theif, who searches for good that fetch a good price)
Charisma: N/A The natural talent to command an army. Joan’s figure participating in the assaults hoisting a flag raised the morale of the soldiers to the limit and united the troops. Though this is Altered to “Demon Wit’s” so Jeanne would lead the armies of Lucifer himself. Thanks to her charisma, it is possible to make others believe in the contents of the “Demon’s wit” without basis. Ups all ranks of others with her by 1. (Due to the fact being in hell, all fears mean nothing to her in the modern world.)
Demon: N/A Indicates being acknowledged as a saint. When summoned as a Servant, the ability of saint is “raising the effectiveness of sacraments”, “automatic HP recovery”, “1 Rank-Up to Charisma” and “production of a Malicious Cloak is possible”. (Malicious shroud can heal others injuries over time if wore, if demonic. If touched by an enemy they are said to be poisoned.)
Bravery: EX The ability to negate mental interference such as pressure, confusion and fascination. Fear in the modern area are nothing to the Cursed Woman. She holds nothing, and needs nothing. Jeanne resides with demons in the very pits of hell itself. There is no fear.
Knowledge of Regret and Hate: A+ Prevents decrease in the effectiveness of a technique, regardless how many times it is used against the same opponent.
Lucifier’s Mark: EX The ability given to a person entrusted with a mission from hell. When facing an obstacle beyond one’s capacity, one can draw support from a higher power(As in demonic ability). Temporary boost of specs to match one’s level with that of the opponent.
Hell Fire Rank: A+ Holding her sword above her and saying the Phantasm name (IN FRENCH: Feu de l’enfer) will cause a vortex of blue fire to form around her and incinerate anything within a 10 meter radius. This Phantasms comes from her death when she was burned, and the fact the shes now corrpted by the Devil himself. It can be proclaimed as some barrier with devastating results.
As I have to admit, it’s been nearly a year, since the last time I fitted myself into the muse of Jeanne d’Arc. Still; I’m struggling to keep her character. To me, it’s still very, hard to play the Saint. Would I say that this blog’s creation was a waste?
No. Not at all, for I’ve met colorful characters and good nature people—a friend or two.That, I am thankful for.