- ―克莱·卡茨马雷克, 2012
Word about the Maid of Lorraine had spread during her time in Vacouleurs; by 22 February 1429, the townsfolk aided in collecting supplies for her after Joan returned from Nancy.
As part of a Templar plan to obtain her Sword of Eden, Jeanne was captured by English troops, accused of witchery, and allegedly burned at the stake on May 31 1431, at the age of 19. However, Jeanne was saved by the Assassin Brotherhood who had her young protegee, 弗勒尔, willingly take her place; 乔佛里·泰拉热作为行刑人。
Personality and characteristics
Throughout her young age, Jeanne d'Arc was shown to be a devout Christian and would love going to church, even if her brothers found it strange. She also had a strong devotion to fight from a young age, claiming that it was the desire of God himself for her to free the French from English occupation.
She was fierce and charismatic; Joan could easily calm and ease tension from the people around her. Since she was a youth, d'Arc was described by Gabriel to be the "lively one", her lithe and strong body full of energy.
Equipment and skills
She had one of the highest known counts of Precursor DNA, which granted her tremendous abilities; She had prophetic visions and could influence others thanks to her unnatural charisma. For those gifted with Eagle Vision, Jeanne glowed when she used her abilities while those without could sense the pressure of her power upon them. Jeanne was somehow linked to the Isu Consus, who spiritually guided her in her mission. These "Voices" allowed her to know what was going on with the war, despite her not being physically present.
Jeanne was extensively trained by the Assassin's even if she never joined their ranks. She was able to lead the French Army against the Brtish Occupation with tremendous victory in the Hundred Years' War. She also wielded a Piece of Eden, the Sword of Eden, which she used alongside the Heart, and thus had unlocked the Sword of Eden's entire set of miraculous abilities.