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Official Profile

Age 19
Height 158 cm
Race Human
Hobbies Embroidery, strolls
Likes Sweet cookies with lots of butter
People from her village, sweet cookies with lots of butter
(as of Npc s 3030195000 01.jpg Jeanne d'Arc (SR))
Dislikes Feminine things (cosmetics, talking about romance, etc.)

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During the time of the War the heroes who fought the Astrals in anticipated return in a later age and built a town: Orleans. Fearing reinvasion of the Astrals, the people of Orleans spent their days training. Jeanne d'Arc is one of those people. She is serious and, above all, trained with much zeal. She was approved by the others and put in change of a troop at the age of 19. One day she received a revelation from a great dragon that told her: "Save the world." When she felt the same dragon's aura from Vyrn, she decided to travel with him and join the main cast on their journey.

Character Release
During the time of the War the heroes who fought the Astrals in anticipated return in a later age and built a town: Orleans. Fearing re-invasion of the Astrals, the people of Orleans spent their days training. Jeanne is one of those people. She is serious and, above all, trained with much zeal. She was approved by the others and put in change of a troop at the age of 19. One day she received a revelation from a great dragon that told her: "Save the world." When she felt the same dragon's aura from Vyrn, she decided to travel with him and join the main cast on their journey.
One day, Jeanne tried to save a certain village after receiving another revelation. However, forces of the village and the tyrannic lord engaged in a brutal battle, until there was nothing but a pile of corpses left. Having witnessed that, Jeanne started feeling doubt and regret. But her tired heart still wanted to "save the world". She started to think that it is Lyria who's in possession of unique power that needs to be eliminated in order to fulfill the revelation.

Character Release
今回のジャンヌのフェイトエピソードでは、そのキャラクターの過去に触れるという新しい試みをしており、 村娘時代の初々しい一面を見ることができます。ぜひ仲間に加え、その目で確かめて頂ければと思います!
また、村娘姿のジャンヌは 最終上限解放!SSレア「ジャンヌダルク」について
で久方先生が描きおろしてくださったイラストが元になっています。 上限解放するとバトル中のキャラも鎧姿になるので、そちらも楽しんでいただければと思います!

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Source [1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] [7] [8]
* This is an unofficial, amateur translation.

Age 19歳
Height 158cm
Race ヒューマン
Hobbies 刺繍、散歩
Likes バターたっぷりの甘いクッキー
(as of Npc s 3030195000 01.jpg Jeanne d'Arc (SR))
Dislikes 女性らしいこと(化粧や着飾ること、恋愛の話題など)

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Character Release



Character Release
今回のジャンヌのフェイトエピソードでは、そのキャラクターの過去に触れるという新しい試みをしており、 村娘時代の初々しい一面を見ることができます。ぜひ仲間に加え、その目で確かめて頂ければと思います!
また、村娘姿のジャンヌは 最終上限解放!SSレア「ジャンヌダルク」について
で久方先生が描きおろしてくださったイラストが元になっています。 上限解放するとバトル中のキャラも鎧姿になるので、そちらも楽しんでいただければと思います!

Character Release

Character Release

Source [1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] [7] [8]




  • Her dress is based on "Divine Dress Jeanne" card from Rage of Bahamut, a design which was initially meant to be used by her SR version.[4]


  • "Sauveur Eclatant" is French for "Brilliant Savior."
    • The Japanese name is different; it is possibly "Sauveur d'Oublier," which is French for "Savior of Forgetting."

Special Cutscenes

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Happy Birthday Cutscenes
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Happy birthday! I am honored to be able to celebrate this special day with you.
I hope I can still be by your side on your birthday for many years to come.


It's possible fate has brought us together for only a brief period of time.
That's why we should always treasure our encounters and time spent together.
Know that even if our paths should ever diverge, I will always keep you in mind and pray for your safety.
Happy birthday. It makes me so happy to be able to say these words.


I am weak. How many times must I inevitably fall? Why can't I shake off the doubt within me?
And yet, you still welcomed me as a crew member and treated me as an equal.
I must return your kind consideration in some way. Therefore I will be your lance of support on the long road ahead.
And I'll find a way to save the world, together with my fellow crew members whose hearts are as pure as the blue skies.
Happy birthday, (Captain). Let's continue forward.


Happy birthday. I hope today turns out to be filled with blessings.
(Captain), you are steadily achieving your dreams. I respect you for that.
Just like you, I hope to push forward, undaunted in my own mission.
Even people like you must find themselves weary of the journey at some point.
When that time comes, I will be a rock for you to lean on.
(Captain), will you do the same for me?
Let us continue on together. We will surely encounter trial and tribulation, but I know that a shining future is waiting for us.


Happy birthday, (Captain).
I'm honored to be able to celebrate this special day with you again this year.
Journeying and celebrating together like this is hardly a given.
Only the skies know what lies in store for us—we are but pawns in the game of destiny.
Nevertheless, I want to be able to celebrate this day with you every year from here on out.
That is why I will continue to protect you, (Captain), and overcome any hardships and trials that may stand before us.
After all, how can one protect the peace in the world if she cannot protect even the peace around those closest to her?

Happy New Year Cutscenes
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A year of new beginnings is upon us.
I think it's a fine idea to write down your resolutions as a means of changing yourself. As for me, I hope to find more ways to help the world.


At the beginning of each new year, I reflect upon what it means to save the world.
Perhaps it is not as monumental as I make it out to be.
Simply piling up the small deeds one at a time may be another way to make the world a better place.
At any rate the answer to what I should do next does not come easily.
It's something I'd like to reevaluate at the start of each new year.


Happy New Year, (Captain).
What am I doing? I'm restitching the embroidery on my battle banner.
It's a way for me to bolster my frame of mind at the start of a new year.
Not to mention it allows me to reflect upon myself.
To raise the banner high is to raise one's spirits. It is a time of exaltation.
What if you were to try polishing your own armor? You may just find something new.


Happy New Year, (Captain)! I'm looking forward to another year of adventure with you.
Just as you're constantly helping me, I intend to do everything in my power to become a reliable ally for you.
I know that may seem ridiculous, considering you're the one who's working so hard for all of us.
Even still, whether you realize it or not, whenever we encounter danger, I think the difference between us becomes apparent.
Whenever anyone is in need of help, you're always the one who reaches out to them.
It shows the quality of your character that you have such thoughts, (Captain).


New Year's fortunes? In a way, it is another form of revelation that one must draw carefully...
Let's see... Hmm, it seems I will have great luck this year. While this is a good omen, what's important is the contents of the fortune.
It says... that my wish will come true if I pursue the path I believe to be right.
The path I believe to be right, huh? In other words, to move toward what I myself know to be true...
Or rather, the path that follows my belief, or perhaps to follow the guidance of the creator...
Hmm... What do you think, (Captain)? I'd like to hear your thoughts on how you'd interpret this.

Valentine's Day Cutscenes
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Happy Valentine's Day. This chocolate is my appreciation for all your hard work.
Oh, and this one? It's for Vyrn. Can you give it to him?


I hope you enjoy these sweets I made for you, (Captain). I wanted to thank you for all your effort.
You're okay with sweets, right? Good.
That's right, I made these myself. Surprised? Fighting isn't my only area of expertise, you know.
I'm often called upon to take up arms in order to protect the people.
But for once it was fun to hold a spatula instead of a sword. It's been a while, haha...


Happy Valentine's Day, (Captain).
I want you to have this token of appreciation.
Yes, they're handmade, same as last year.
All that banner-waving was beneficial when it came to whisking ingredients. I have great confidence it came out delicious.
Your batch is for you and you only. Everyone else gets regular ones.
Actually, that's not true. I made a special batch for Vyrn too... Well, that's an exception.
In any case, it would please me to no end to hear that you enjoyed them.


Happy Valentine's Day, (Captain). I made you pastry again this year. Here, take it.
Ah, speaking of which, I've heard that it requires exceptional stamina to make sweets.
Now that I think about it, kneading, whipping—there are a lot of techniques that also require strength.
I train for my mission day in and day out, but I've been working out unintentionally too.
Oh, excuse me. It seems I was lost in a tangent. I made this pastry for you. I hope you enjoy it.


Happy Valentine's Day, (Captain). I made something for you this year too. I hope you like it.
Hehe, I'm glad you think it looks good.
You know, if you make something while picturing the smiles of the people eating it, it'll turn out even more delicious.
Even if the ingredients and the recipe are the same, the taste changes completely... That is what my mother told me when I was little.
And I believe it to be true. So, (Captain)...
Look forward to it. I guarantee that it will be the most scrumptious treat you'll have ever tasted.

White Day Cutscenes
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For me, (Captain)?
Thank you. That's very kind of you.
Even though I had the audacity to point my sword at you...
Your forgiveness means so much to me. Thanking you once isn't enough.
I promise I'll stop at nothing to make you and the others as happy as I feel right now.


Oh, (Captain)! It's... It's unfathomable! Master Vyrn imparted me with a gift!
I am aware that today is White Day, but it happened without warning, and I failed to reply adequately...
It was my absolute intention to say thank you. How could I have been so rude...
Hm? Is there something you wish to say?
This is for me? I was not expecting to receive a gift from you either.
Thank you... Truly.
This time I shall properly show my gratitude without fail.
I will stand beside you all as we march forward shoulder to shoulder.
I will not stray from my path a second time. You have my word.


What's wrong, (Captain)? You appear more fidgety than usual.
Are these... butter cookies?
You've uncovered my favorite treat. Thank you. You don't know how much this means to me.
Do you mind if we eat them together?
I believe they'd taste better with company.
And I'd like to have a conversation with you every now and then.
Please wait a moment. I'll have a pot of tea brewed in no time.


You're giving me a White Day gift?
Thank you, (Captain).
Just as you endeavor to please me, I too wish that I could make you happy.
But what is it that I must do to delight you?
It's easy to sit around and ponder, but taking action is far more difficult.
At the very least, I will work to make sure I bring you no worries as we go about our adventure.
Perhaps someday I'll find the perfect way to reciprocate your good will.


What a beautiful field of flowers... Its allure cleanses my very soul. I never knew there was a place like this on the island.
Thank you, (Captain), for bringing me to this wonderful place. I'm so happy.
Hm? That's not all you've prepared for me?
...! Tea and butter cookies... You've really outdone yourself!
So it'll be a picnic with just the two of us. Hehe, this is the best present ever.
I'm always surprised by how considerate you are of others, (Captain).
Oh, of course I like it. How could I not?
Enjoying a relaxing time with you... That is perhaps the greatest present of all.

Trick or Treat Cutscenes
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Happy Halloween! What? A trick or a treat?
Hahaha! It would take some guts to play a trick on me. Let's see you try.


Happy Halloween! In town or aboard the Grandcypher—the holiday spirit's everywhere!
Seeing the children having so much fun just warms my heart.
Do you plan on going around playing tricks on everyone, Captain? I hope you have fun!
Hm? A trick on me?
Hah! Well said. Go ahead and try me! Just know you're not getting off easy if you mess up!


I want to give (Captain) a fright, but I don't know what I should do.
I can handle sudden attacks on the battlefield, but I'm not used to this.
On the other hand, watching people having fun on Halloween is truly—
You caught me off guard, (Captain). I'm not surprised by your impeccable timing.
I've made a note of this.
Next time I will have my revenge!


Wow... You really shocked me. You have a talent for spooking others.
Mm? No, no. It's okay.
It's Halloween, so you should have your fun too, (Captain).
But beware—it is my nature to retaliate when I'm attacked.
Hehe. I hope you're prepared, (Captain).
I shall play a counter trick on you.
What? Not immediately of course—you'd be expecting it. Haha. It will be all the sweeter when you're least expecting it.
Do not underestimate the mischief I'm capable of...


Happy Halloween, (Captain). Hehe, did the smell of something delicious catch your attention?
Yes, I'm baking pumpkin cookies to give out to the children in town.
The smiles of the children are the symbol of peace. I want them to enjoy the Halloween season.
Would you like to join me in giving them out to—hm?
Looking at the expression on your face, it seems you'd rather eat them than give them out.
Hehe, I don't mind at all. Have as many as you like.
Oh, let me pour you a glass of milk so you don't burn your tongue on the freshly baked cookies.
After all, your smile is the symbol of peace for the crew. Well then, dig in!

Happy Holidays Cutscenes
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Happy holidays, Captain.
It's fun to have a lively celebration, but silent nights can be enjoyable too. Whichever you choose, I hope you have a great time tonight!


As a child, I always looked forward to Santa Claus's visits.
All the teddy bears I received back then are still in my room back home.
Teehee... They're all so cute; I couldn't bear to throw any of them out.
Santa Claus has given me so many fond memories with his gifts.
Knowing that the children of today are receiving gifts like I once did warms my heart.


Sincerest greetings to you, (Captain). The streets are filled with joyous chatter on this holy night.
Even so, the number of couples strolling about is most unusual...
Hm? Tonight is also a special time for deepening one's relationship? Ah, that makes sense.
I'm sorry. I can't say I pay much attention to such details.
But there is truth in it.
The holy night should be a blessing. It's best to spend time with someone important to you.
I have to show my thanks for being able to spend this night with you and the rest of the crew.
It's a very cold night, but my heart is warm.


Happy holidays, (Captain). Another festive season is upon us.
People coming together in harmony around a table...
It's such a normal custom, but I hope such warm-heartedness continues next year, the year after, and forever after that.
My wish is to protect people as they go about their daily lives.
I know what I can manage by myself won't amount to much...
But still... If my meager help provides the key to even one person's happiness, then I am sure of this path.


Hm? Oh, (Captain). Happy holidays.
I'm sorry, could you wait just a minute? Thank you. I'll just hang this here... Fix this a little...
There! It's perfect. Look, (Captain)—it's a tapestry, spun into a holiday design.
It has a red and green motif with a cake, Santa Claus, a tree with ornaments...
I made it to depict a scene with everyone spending an enjoyable holy night together. What do you think? Hehe... Thank you.
I pray with all my heart that I can continue spending the holiday season with you and the others... Not only this year, but also in the years to come.
That is why I shall devote myself to my mission... But I suppose that kind of talk would be too solemn for a festive night like this.
Hehe, I apologize. You're right—tonight, let's relax and enjoy the holiday season together.

Fate Episodes

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Recollections of a Princess

(Captain), the crew, and a local army fight off a horde of undead under Jeanne's leadership. The crew notices how the knights following Jeanne did not seem to fear death. Bit by bit however, the once-indomitable Jeanne begins to speak in a more genteel manner and to shrink from the prospect of violence. The cause seems related to her recent odd dreams.

Jeanne d'Arc: ...
A young woman gazes out across a battlefield, thousands of soldiers arrayed at her back.
The troops are split into three units. Standing at the head of one of those units is (Captain).
Katalina leads the second.
Vira stands in the vanguard of the third.
(Captain) and the others have come to lend their support to the local army.
At the center of the battlefield is a black pit where the fabric of reality seems to have melted away. The crew has been fighting an endless tide of the dead spewing forth from that dark maw.
Spirits: Unnnggghhh...
Jeanne d'Arc: Here they come! (Captain)! Katalina! Vira! Follow me!
Knights: Hrrraaahhh!
A thousand battle cries ring out in response to Jeanne d'Arc's call.
(Captain), Katalina, and Vira's squads all advance as one on the hordes of the shambling dead.
Jeanne d'Arc: Soldiers, look to your leaders! Let their examples guide your blades!
Banner raised on high, Jeanne d'Arc fights like a lioness, carving a path through enemy ranks for her troops to follow.
Since she was young, Jeanne trained her sword arm as a soldier of Orleans.
And one night, she was visited by a dream.
???: Save the world.
Jeanne d'Arc: Save... the world? Me?
Jeanne set out to fulfill the mission imparted to her in that dream. Every day was filled with battle.
"Save the world." The great being who spoke to Jeanne gave her no indication of what catastrophe threatened the world, nor what she should do to avert it.
Doubt was her constant companion. What if she chose poorly and the true threat slipped past her?
But at last, fate guided her to an important encounter.
Jeanne d'Arc: You...
Vyrn: Me?
Jeanne d'Arc: That aura... It's so like the great being who appeared to me in my dream!
Vyrn: What? No way—you've got me confused with someone else! I'm no big shot!
Jeanne sensed that Vyrn could provide the guidance she had so sorely lacked. With newfound certainty, she joined (Captain)'s crew.
Jeanne has continued to wield her sword in defense of the helpless with (Captain) and the crew at her side.
Jeanne d'Arc: Those who tread the path of righteousness have no use for fear! Let your blades shine with the light of justice!
Knights: Daaahhh!
The units led by (Captain), Katalina, and Vira fight valiantly against the undead army.
The soldiers show no fear, though even a touch from these creatures means mortal peril.
The battle winds to a close, and hundreds of mages arrive to seal the rift.
Vira: ...
Jeanne d'Arc: Vira, is something troubling you?
Vira: No... I was just surprised by the troops' tenacity. Their motivation seemed almost unnaturally strong.
Jeanne d'Arc: The three of you deserve a great deal of the credit. I knew fighting alongside warriors of your caliber would bolster the soldiers' morale, but they exceeded my expectations.
Katalina: When fighting the undead, a moment's hesitation could mean the difference between victory and ruin.
Vira: Can three people really make that much of an impact? Those knights fought as if they didn't fear death at all.
Jeanne d'Arc: I'd say their bravery on the battlefield is your answer. I can't thank you enough for your assistance.
Vira: ...
It was an honor.
Jeanne retires to her room in the inn the crew has chosen for the night. (Captain) and the others remain in the lobby, reflecting on the day's battle.
Katalina: I still can't quite get over how those soldiers fought.
Vira: Indeed... It was not that they were exceptionally brave, nor that they lacked regard for their own lives.
Vira: They were sure of their victory, even faced with an undead horde...
Jeanne d'Arc: Then the three units converged, wiping out the enemy forces...
Jeanne records the events of the fight in her journal.
Jeanne d'Arc: (Captain) and the others were of great moral support to the soldiers...
She notes each shift in the tide of battle. Suddenly, however, her pen comes to a halt.
Jeanne d'Arc: Those revenants today...
Otherworldly Being: Beware the power of the girl in blue and the small dragon, for they shall lead the world to destruction.
Otherworldly Being: Lead these two demons to me, and I shall seal them away for eternity!
Jeanne d'Arc: The knights referred to them as the dead... But they looked like that creature which once led me astray. Could they be connected?
Jeanne d'Arc: Either way, they are certainly a threat to the world. I must remain vigilant.
With her resolve to defend this world and its people firmer than ever in her heart, Jeanne settles down to sleep.
Jeanne d'Arc: Hey, could you show me that technique again?
Boy: Sure thing! Yah! Daah!
In a certain rural village, a young boy swings his sword at Jeanne's behest.
Jeanne d'Arc: Wow, you're a natural!
Boy: You betcha! I'm gonna be a knight when I grow up!
Jeanne d'Arc: You will? I'm impressed... I could never do anything like that.
Jeanne d'Arc: Just the thought of swinging a sword scares me. I can't imagine being a knight.
Boy: Geez, where's your spunk? I guess I'll hafta look out for ya if any monsters show up!
Jeanne d'Arc: Hehe, that's a relief.
Boy: Where are you from, anyway? I've never seen you before.
Jeanne d'Arc: Well, um... A pretty long way away.
Jeanne's conversation with the boy is interrupted by the distant sound of a man's voice.
Knight: Princess Jeanne! Princess Jeanne, where are you?
Jeanne d'Arc: Oh, dear... They've found me already.
Knight: Here you are. The king is looking for you. Come, let's return to the castle.
Jeanne d'Arc: Sigh... I sense another one of father's lectures waiting for me.
Boy: Wha... Miss, do you live in the castle?
Jeanne d'Arc: Mm, you've found me out! But can we keep this meeting our little secret?
With a wave to the boy, Jeanne allows the knights to escort her away from the village.
Yes, this young woman dressed in a humble villager's garb is in fact the princess of a small country.
Jeanne d'Arc: I've returned, Father. All decked out in my new dress.
Jeanne enters the king's study, but he is nowhere to be seen.
Jeanne d'Arc: Father?
King: I'm sorry, my dear. I just returned, myself.
She hears his voice from the antechamber on the far side of the study.
King: Now, Jeanne... I hear you slipped out of the castle again. You mustn't worry everyone like that.
King: We would all be heartbroken if you were attacked by monsters or some other misfortune befell you. You know about all those recent monster sightings.
Jeanne d'Arc: But those visiting skyfarers took care of them, didn't they? Isn't that why we're preparing this banquet?
King's Voice: Yes... But that doesn't change the fact that I don't want you worrying everyone to death.
Jeanne d'Arc: Yeees, Fatheeer.
The king finishes changing and emerges into the study. He smiles when he spots his pouting daughter.
King: You look lovely, my dear. I'm glad we had that dress made for the feast.
Jeanne d'Arc: Haha. You look splendid yourself, Father. The skyfarers will attend, won't they?
King: Yes, of course. We have to show our appreciation for them hunting down those monsters, after all.
Jeanne d'Arc: I'm so excited to meet them. They must be such gallant adventurers...
Jeanne d'Arc: Nh... Waking before sunrise again... I wonder if I'm coming down with something.
Jeanne d'Arc: I wonder why I've been dreaming of the past so much lately.
Jeanne d'Arc: Haha... That really takes me back...
Jeanne's eyelids fall closed, and she sinks back into sleep.
Her exhausted mind accepts the visions which follow without suspicion.
Jeanne d'Arc: Ngh... Rgh...
The same dream envelops her once more.
Jeanne d'Arc: Nh... Mmf...
Her strained expression does not seem to match the peaceful nature of the dream.
The next morning Jeanne trudges down to the lobby to meet the others.
Jeanne d'Arc: ...
Katalina: Good morning, Jeanne. You look a little tired. Still worn out from yesterday's battle?
Jeanne d'Arc: Oh... I hope this morning finds you better rested than it does me, everyone. I've simply been having the worst trouble sleeping of late.
Vira & Katalina: ...?
Katalina: I... see. You should probably take it easy today then.
Vira: Yes. There aren't supposed to be many monsters on the next leg of our journey, so take this chance to rest.
Jeanne d'Arc: I will... Thank you.
Jeanne d'Arc: I've never been much good in battle... I do apologize.
Vira: ...
What's wrong, Jeanne? What happened?
(Captain) and the others cannot hide their shock at the change in their gallant companion's demeanor.
Jeanne d'Arc: Nothing happened... I've just been kept up lately by dreams of the past.
Katalina: You dreamt of Orleans? Your hometown?
Jeanne d'Arc: Or... leans? No, I was dreaming of my life in the castle...
Jeanne d'Arc: ...!
At last, Jeanne realizes the change in herself. She begins to tremble.
Jeanne d'Arc: Castle? Princess? What in the skies have I been...
Jeanne d'Arc: I am Jeanne d'Arc! I was born in Orleans and raised with a sword in my hand!
Jeanne d'Arc: Charged in a revelation to save the world, I have fought ever since to carry out that mission!
(Captain) and the others exchange worried looks.
Katalina: Jeanne, what's going on? What has you so confused?
Jeanne d'Arc: I don't know... It's as if my memories were replaced with someone else's...
Jeanne d'Arc: Or... Yes, that's right. They were dreams. Dreams that began to feel like actual memories...
Vira: ...
Vira: (Captain), Katalina, I propose we change course. I know an island where many experienced mages live.
Vira: There's something wrong with Jeanne. I suspect it might be a curse.
Jeanne d'Arc: ...
(Captain) nods in agreement. Jeanne sinks to her knees, pale, shivering, and silent.

Of Diseases and Vaccines

Jeanne's dreams seem to be overwriting her memories. Suspecting a curse, the crew heads to an island filled with skilled mages to find a cure. On the journey there, afraid she will forget the crew, Jeanne tries not to sleep for days on end.

There has been a sudden change in Jeanne d'Arc.
She has developed an aversion to battle, and her speech seems unusually genteel.
Suspecting the influence of some unseen and nefarious hand, (Captain) and the others turn the Grandcypher toward an island which is home to many magical experts.
Katalina: How's Jeanne doing, (Captain)?
There is still a ways to travel—they estimate the island to be several days' journey away.
Katalina: I see. Unsurprising, given that she's been unable to sleep this entire time.
Jeanne has had to go without sleep or rest since they set out.
Vyrn: Hey, Jeanne... You hangin' in there?
Jeanne d'Arc: Master Vyrn... (Captain)...
Vira: Is my shift over already?
Vyrn: Yep. We'll hang out with Jeanne.
Vira: Jeanne, please keep your spirits up. You just have to hold out a little longer.
Vira heads out and (Captain) sits on the edge of Jeanne's bed.
Jeanne d'Arc: Forgive me... I'm making such a nuisance of myself...
Vyrn: Geez, Jeanne! We're your friends, y'know! I know you're hurting right now, but you gotta hang in there, okay?
Jeanne d'Arc: I can't... afford to sleep... I might have another one of those dreams...
Jeanne d'Arc: Memories of things that never happened... They began with my youth and have been creeping ever closer to the present.
Jeanne d'Arc: Dreams... Merely dreams... And yet they've burrowed inside me... I feel like they're transforming me into someone else!
It's unclear whether Jeanne even heard Vyrn's words. She almost seems to be speaking to herself.
Vyrn: There's gotta be something we can do for her...
(Captain) and the others have been watching over Jeanne in shifts to keep her from falling asleep.
Jeanne d'Arc: That's right... If I dream that dream again...
Jeanne d'Arc: Haha. You look splendid yourself, Father. The skyfarers will attend, won't they?
King: Yes, of course. We have to show our appreciation for them hunting down those monsters, after all.
Jeanne d'Arc: I'm so excited to meet them. They must be such gallant adventurers...
Jeanne d'Arc: Skyfarers... Skyfarers? Could those skyfarers be (Captain) and the others?
Jeanne d'Arc: If I met the crew in my dream...
Jeanne d'Arc: Would I wake still thinking all of them were strangers to me? That we had only just met?
Vyrn: Hey... It's gonna be okay, Jeanne. You gotta stop torturing yourself.
Jeanne d'Arc: But I forgot my own birthplace—my calling! If I forget all of you too...
With a ghastly expression on her pale face, Jeanne leaps out of bed and dashes to her desk. In a moment, her pen is tearing across a page of her journal.
Jeanne d'Arc: My name is Jeanne d'Arc... I was born and raised in Orleans, where I trained in the sword...
Jeanne d'Arc: I am absolutely not the princess of some fictional country! My sworn mission is to protect the weak!
Vyrn: ...
Jeanne writes out those same assertions over and over, battling fatigue as she tries to engrave those truths into her memory.
Jeanne d'Arc: I fight... for the world... to defend the helpless...
But after days of fending off sleep, Jeanne has reached her limit.
Jeanne d'Arc: My name... is Jeanne... d'Arc...
Her eyelids become heavier with each passing second. She begins to slump across the desk.
Jeanne d'Arc: ...!
Jeanne pushes herself up with a start.
She flips the pen around in her hand, point aimed toward herself. Her clenched fist trembles.
Jeanne d'Arc: ...!
Vyrn: Whoa... What're you doing with that?
Jeanne d'Arc: A good stab with this should keep drowsiness at bay.
Jeanne d'Arc: But... Argh! Why do I suddenly fear the sight of blood?
Jeanne d'Arc: Inflicting wounds... grasping a sword... I've trained to do these things all my life! Why would I turn coward now?
Jeanne d'Arc: Urgh...
Jeanne bites down hard on her lower lip, shaking with frustration.
(Captain) and Vyrn can think of no words of comfort to offer.

Of Diseases and Vaccines: Scene 2

The last of Jeanne's memories are overwritten by dreams. No one on the next island wants anything to do with Jeanne except for one man, who asks the crew to follow him. He reveals himself as undead and attacks. He appears to be responsible for Jeanne's condition.

Jeanne d'Arc: ...
Preparations for the banquet completed, Princess Jeanne waits nervously for the guests of honor—the valiant skyfarers—to arrive.
King: What has you so anxious, my dear? The banquet is about to begin.
Jeanne d'Arc: But what if I somehow give offense, Father?
King: Hahaha. You don't need to overthink it. Just act as you always do.
Knight: Presenting (Captain) and the Grandcypher crew, the heroes who slew the monsters!
The guests all look toward the banquet hall entrance.
At the sight of the heroic adventurers, the assembly bursts into riotous applause.
Amid their cheers, the king and princess make their way toward their guests.
Jeanne d'Arc: Brave adventurers, I am Princess Jeanne.
Jeanne d'Arc: Your strength and bravery saved countless lives. On behalf of my people, I humbly thank you.
Her words are chased by even more thunderous applause.
Katalina: My name is Katalina Aryze. I am gratified we were able to be of use to you.
Jeanne d'Arc: Pleased to meet you, Dame Katalina.
Vira: My name is Vira Lillie. You honor us with this lavish reception.
Jeanne d'Arc: It's a pleasure, Dame Vira.
Vyrn: And this is our captain, (Captain)! I'm Vyrn, and this is Lyria!
Jeanne d'Arc: Oh, what an adorable little lizard! And you can speak!
Vyrn: What! I ain't no lizard!
Jeanne d'Arc: O-oh! I'm terribly sorry, Mr. Vyrn.
The court smiles indulgently at their flustered princess.
Vyrn: I'm really not a "mister" kinda guy. Just call me by my name. That's what most of the crew does.
Jeanne d'Arc: Very well then... Vyrn!
Jeanne d'Arc: This night is full of surprises. Let me try again: Pleased to meet you, Vyrn. And you as well, Captain (Captain). Miss Lyria.
Jeanne d'Arc: Leading a crew of skyfarers at such a young age is an impressive accomplishment, Captain (Captain).
(Captain) fidgets, embarrassed in the face of Jeanne's frank admiration.
Jeanne d'Arc: I felt so helpless before you arrived. I can't even hold a sword, much less lead troops into battle...
Vyrn: Jeanne? Hey, Jeanne!
Jeanne d'Arc: Huh?
Jeanne had fallen asleep in the literal blink of an eye, in the midst of conversation with Vyrn, Lyria, and (Captain).
Vyrn: Don't tell me you were asleep just now. Are you okay?
Jeanne d'Arc: Oh... Vyrn. Haha... Airship travel is so new to me. I must be rather tired.
Vyrn: Whuh?
Jeanne d'Arc: Yawn... I'm terribly sorry to be so uncouth. Perhaps we should call it a night and continue this little get-together tomorrow?
(Captain) and the others look at one another but can't figure out what to say.
Jeanne d'Arc: Zzz...
Before they can reply, Jeanne has slipped into bed and is sound asleep.
Katalina: I see... This is troubling indeed.
Vira: She went for three days without sleep. She must have reached the breaking point.
Vyrn: She's callin' me "Vyrn" now. She always calls me "Master Vyrn."
Katalina: We're close to our destination. Let's pray we can find some remedy for what ails her there.
Jeanne d'Arc: My, what a lovely little town!
Jeanne d'Arc: I was so surprised when you asked me to accompany you on your journey, right in the middle of the banquet!
Jeanne d'Arc: But I'm glad I decided to give it a try! I'm so grateful to you for convincing Father to allow it, Miss Aryze and Miss Lillie!
All Three: ...
The crew is at a loss for a response as Jeanne exclaims over all the sights she imagines she's seeing for the first time.
At some point, she traded in her usual garb for a dress—one she claims was a present from the king.
She said she liked it so much, she had it modified to stand up to the rigors of a long journey.
The dress's existence seems to have cemented those false memories in her mind.
Jeanne d'Arc: Visiting other countries is so educational! This island is rich in magic, didn't you say? Do you have some business with a magic user?
Katalina: Yes... That's right. There's a... remedy we need.
Jeanne d'Arc: Oh dear. Is someone on the crew injured? I certainly hope they'll recover quickly.
Vyrn: Yeah... So do we.
Unable to tell Jeanne that she is that crew member, (Captain) and the others search the town for someone skilled in healing and lifting curses.
Their diligence, however, is not rewarded.
Mage 1: Hate to say it, but this case is beyond me.
Mage 2: I'm sorry you came all this way, but there's really nothing I can do for you.
As soon as they lay eyes on Jeanne, every mage says the same thing.
Vira: Isn't there anything you can tell us? We would pay handsomely just for a nudge in the right direction.
Mage 2: I can tell you for sure, whoever laid that curse is someone best left alone.
Mage 2: Any idiot who blunders in trying to treat her will wind up wishing they were dead. You lot would do better to leave that woman in your wake.
Vira's suspicions seem to be confirmed: Jeanne's condition was caused deliberately.
As door after door is closed in their faces, however, (Captain) and the others come no closer to a solution.
Vyrn: ...
Katalina: ...
Vira: ...
Their helplessness in the face of Jeanne's affliction weighs heavier with every passing hour.
Jeanne d'Arc: Er... Cheer up, everyone! I'm sure we'll find the cure your friend needs!
Jeanne d'Arc: Please, don't look so down! I know we can save them!
Jeanne throws out her arms, doing her best to bolster her traveling companions' spirits.
Jeanne d'Arc: Hm?
The gesture shakes something loose from her sleeve. A sealed envelope falls to the ground.
Jeanne d'Arc: What's this? A letter? It's addressed to "Master Vyrn" and (Captain).
(Captain) takes the proffered envelope and slits it open.
Inside is a torn sheet of notepaper.
Letter: My name is Jeanne d'Arc
Born and raised in Orleans
I am no princess
Letter: Jeanne d'Arc was born and raised in Orleans
She is no princess
Jeanne d'Arc was charged to save the world
Letter: I am not I am absolutely not a princess My name is Jeanne d'Arc and I have been charged to protect the weak I will save the world I have been entrusted with this revelation I am Jeanne—
Perhaps the previous night, Jeanne had a flash of lucidity.
Were these scrawled assertions a last-ditch effort to convince herself of her own identity?
At the bottom of the page is one sentence, set apart from the rest.
Letter: Forgive me, Master Vyrn.
The words are shaky, faint, as if the writer barely had the strength to put pen to paper.
Vyrn: ...
Jeanne looks on, bemused, as her companions sink into dismal silence.
Man: Excuse me... Are you the people searching for an expert in curses?
A lone man calls out to them.
Vyrn: Yeah... And it's rough going. No one'll give us the time of day.
Man: Yes, from the looks of it, you're in dire straits. I'd like to offer my assistance, for what it's worth.
The crew exchanges a look, then follows the man down a back alley.
Jeanne d'Arc: Thank goodness. I was beginning to think no one would help us.
Man: I'm not surprised. Anyone familiar with such things would be able to see what kind of power is at work here and know they have no business trifling with it.
Katalina: If this is something none of the mages in town will so much as touch, can we really trust this man?
Vyrn: What else are we gonna do? This is our first lead.
Vira: Don't worry, Katalina. If he so much as takes an aggressive breath, I'll cut him down where he stands.
(Captain) and the others trade rapid whispers as they follow a few paces behind Jeanne and the stranger.
This would-be benefactor's arrival seems a little too convenient.
Man: Well, here we are.
Katalina: And for what purpose?
The crew can't hide their suspicion.
Man: Oh, there are many preparations to be made.
Jeanne d'Arc: What's wrong, everyone? I'm sure this gentleman is trustworthy!
Man: What makes you say that?
Jeanne d'Arc: Hehe, I just feel at ease in your presence.
Jeanne d'Arc: Your voice is so much like my father's...
All Three: !
(Captain) and the others draw their weapons, realizing that this man is somehow connected to the changes in Jeanne's memory.
Man: I see. One does encounter the most astounding coincidences in this life... But this isn't one of them.
Otherworldly Being: You see, I am your father.
Jeanne d'Arc: Father! Why, whatever are you doing here? Why would you disguise yourself like that?
Vyrn: Jeanne, are you nuts! There's no way that's your father! Get away from him!
Otherworldly Being: This is how I've appeared in all her dreams, you see.
Otherworldly Being: Children take so long to grow up. But thanks to all the time I put in, she is fully convinced that I am her father.
Jeanne d'Arc: Father?
Otherworldly Being: Which makes this all too easy.
Jeanne d'Arc: Aaah!
Jeanne d'Arc lets out a startled cry as the Otherworldly being seizes her by the throat.
Otherworldly Being: Dream or no, that time seemed to drag on forever. Which is why I'll relish this all the more...
Katalina: Let go of her!
Vira: Luminiera!
Otherworldly Being: Ahh, yes. The pack of you were rather strong, as I recall. But you pose nowhere near the threat that she does.
Otherworldly Being: You can play with my friends here, while I dispose of her.
Otherworld Horde: Grrruuuhhh...

Of Diseases and Vaccines: Scene 3

The being who cursed Jeanne is in fact from the Otherworld. Jeanne's power is deadly to Otherworlders, so they set out to seal her power using the medium of her dreams, the same way a certain powerful entity gave Jeanne her revelation to save the world. As the compromised Jeanne hesitates to fight back, the visions with which the Otherworldly being taunts her ultimately help her remember her calling.

Katalina: Damn!
Vira: Katalina! (Captain)! Get behind me!
Vira shifts Luminiera's power toward defense to hold the forces of the Otherworld at bay.
Vyrn: Dang it! We're surrounded! What do we do now, (Captain)?
This isn't the first time the crew has squared off against the Otherworld, but (Captain) senses something off.
Otherworldly Being: I suppose you're wondering why we seem so strong.
Otherworldly Being: This place is at the boundary between the Sky Realm and the Crimson Horizon. So close to home, of course we have the advantage.
Otherworldly Being: With the holy maiden Jeanne d'Arc in this condition, you don't stand a chance.
Jeanne d'Arc: Urgh... Cough...
Otherworldly Being: Still...
The Otherworldly being glares at the hand wrapped around Jeanne's throat. Smoke curls from between its fingers.
Otherworldly Being: Agh! Hot!
The creature flings Jeanne away like a rag doll.
Jeanne d'Arc: Ngh!
Otherworldly Being: Ugh, she burned my hand. Look at this—my skin is actually smoking.
The creature waves its hand petulantly to disperse the smoke.
Otherworldly Being: Your power is not to be taken lightly, I see... Even if it's just the dregs of what rubbed off from contact with it...
Jeanne d'Arc: My... power?
Otherworldly Being: Something reached out to you in a dream and shared its power with you. See this burn? That's what's responsible.
Otherworldly Being: Your sensitivity to that sort of communication is exactly what made it so easy for me to manipulate your sleeping mind.
Vyrn: You slimebucket! What are you after?
Otherworldly Being: She is something like a vaccine for your realm. And we're the disease, so let's just say we don't appreciate her.
Otherworldly Being: Any blade she wields is poisonous to us... She had to be neutralized.
Vyrn: Then... Jeanne! Attack that creep! Doesn't matter how, just hit him!
Jeanne d'Arc: What... What? Why?
Vyrn: Weren't you listening? He said you've got the power to beat him!
Otherworld Horde: Urrrggghhh!
Vyrn: Yikes!
Vira: Agh! You're just riling them up, Vyrn!
Otherworldly Being: Well, now you know the full story. So what will you do, Jeanne? Do you plan to fight me?
Jeanne d'Arc: Ahh!
Otherworldly Being: I didn't think so.
The Otherworldly being snickers, then kicks her savagely, lifting her off the ground.
Jeanne d'Arc: Aaahh!
Otherworldly Being: The Jeanne d'Arc who laid waste to my comrades is no more.
Jeanne d'Arc: I... I could never...
Man: That's right. You can't.
Jeanne d'Arc: Aaah! Hngh...
Otherworldly Being: You've had a whole lifetime to learn just how powerless you are. Each memory carefully crafted by me.
Otherworldly Being: But that dream we shared doesn't change what you did to my brothers and sisters, Jeanne d'Arc.
Jeanne d'Arc: I... What?
True memories erased, Jeanne cannot make sense of the creature's words. She remains frozen on her hands and knees.
Katalina: Get up, Jeanne! Find something you can use as a weapon!
Jeanne d'Arc: Pant... Pant...
A weapon?
Katalina: Yes! You're strong, Jeanne! You have to remember! These creatures are no match for you!
Katalina urges Jeanne to fight back even as she herself struggles with the Otherworlders.
Otherworldly Being: But war is such a terrible thing... You know that, don't you, Princess? Look...
Jeanne d'Arc: ...!
Otherworldly Being: Do you recognize that smell? It's the stench of burning skydweller flesh.
Jeanne d'Arc: S-skydwellers?
Otherworldly Being: Want to see if they're a nice golden brown yet? I think you'll recognize some of these faces.
Jeanne d'Arc: ...!
Before her, Jeanne sees the faces of people who loved her in that dream world, now twisted in hideous agony.
Jeanne d'Arc: Nooo!
Otherworldly Being: Miss...
Otherworldly Being: Princess Jeanne...
Otherworldly Being: Princess...
Jeanne d'Arc: ...!
A wave of nausea sweeps over Jeanne. She clasps both hands over her mouth.
Jeanne d'Arc: Urp... Cough...
Otherworldly Being: That's enough horror, isn't it? Wouldn't you like your dreams to be more peaceful? I can make that happen.
Jeanne d'Arc: ...
Jeanne's face is blank with shock. The Otherworldly being whispers in her ear.
Otherworldly Being: You can never leave this place... but that means you can be free from battle forever. Anything you want can be yours.
Jeanne d'Arc: Any... thing?
Otherworldly Being: Oh yes. It'll all be recycled from dead people and lost items, but nonetheless—anything. Think carefully, Jeanne.
Otherworldly Being: You can leave all that fighting behind and enjoy your life here, doing whatever you please. Work on your embroidery, or your cooking... Forever.
Jeanne d'Arc: ...
The look in Jeanne's eyes is so hollow, it seems she might be on the verge of accepting the creature's offer.
Vyrn: Dang it!
Vyrn makes a flying dash toward her.
Katalina: Vyrn!
Vyrn: Yo, snap out of it! You've gotta remember what you've been fighting for all this time!
Jeanne d'Arc: ...!
As Vyrn's little paws clasp Jeanne's face, a light rekindles in her eyes.
Vyrn: You musta seen something awful! I can tell you're suffering! But you've gotta face it!
The Otherworldly being seizes Vyrn and wrenches him away from Jeanne.
Otherworldly Being: Our ultimate goal was you, as a matter of fact. I'll admit I didn't think you'd just fall into our lap like this.
Vyrn: Lemme go! Get your stinkin' mitts off me!
The creature turns back toward (Captain) and the crew and sends yet another wave of the dead lumbering toward them.
Jeanne d'Arc: ...
The Dead: ...
As she gazes at the horde of charred revenants, something stirs in Jeanne's memory.
Jeanne d'Arc: ...
Those dead eyes staring directly at her are familiar, but is that only because of her recent dreams?
Villager: Ngh... It's hot... Help meee!
Jeanne d'Arc: ...!
Jeanne's mind conjures a scene of unspeakable suffering.
It is clearly the aftermath of a battle, almost identical to the scene just used to terrify her.
Jeanne d'Arc: What I... want...
Otherworldly Being: Hm?
Jeanne d'Arc: What I seek...
Orleans Soldier: No... I don't want to go... I don't want to die yet!
Jeanne d'Arc: Is the power to end war!
Otherworldly Being: Ah... Don't tell me you've recovered your memories.
Jeanne d'Arc: ...!
Otherworldly Being: Not yet, I see. You don't actually plan to fight, do you? As weak and helpless as you are?
Jeanne d'Arc: My... mission! I have... a calling!
Villager: We believed you would save us... Why did we have to perish?
Jeanne d'Arc: Those atrocities must not be repeated. And I will be the one to prevent them!
Jeanne d'Arc: That's why...
Jeanne d'Arc: That is why I wield my sword!

Of Diseases and Vaccines: Scene 4

Jeanne regains her will to fight and raises her banner on high, filling (Captain) and the others with the certainty of their victory. They defeat the Otherworld forces with ease. Jeanne realizes that, along with her revelation, she was given the power to instill bravery and strength in others. When she is still uneasy about sleeping that night, (Captain) suggests she cuddle up with Vyrn. This does the trick.

Jeanne d'Arc: Haaahhh!
Otherworldly Being: Hurgh!
Jeanne's mighty blow knocks the Otherworldly being back.
Otherworld Horde: Grooohhh!
The dead swarm forward to shield their leader.
Jeanne d'Arc: The dead wandering the Crimson Horizon hold no fear for me! My banner flies for justice!
Vira: ...!
Katalina: What is this?
(Captain) and the others have been backed into a corner, fighting for their lives, but the sight of Jeanne's banner raised on high seems to lighten the weapons they carry.
The certainty of victory swells in their hearts—the same certainty, they realize, shared by the troops during their last battle against the dead.
Katalina: (Captain)! We have to get to Jeanne!
The crew is filled with the knowledge that Jeanne d'Arc has a higher purpose. They fight their way toward her, spurred on by that conviction.
All Three: Haaahhh!
They burst through the ranks of the dead to reach Jeanne at last. The four warriors array themselves back-to-back, ready to repel attacks from all directions.
The turning of the tide is surreal. One by one, the crew cut down the Otherworlders who had seemed so strong just moments ago. The gap in numbers dwindles rapidly.
Otherworldly Being: You really are no end of trouble...
The Otherworldly being is panting for breath. It would seem the single wound Jeanne inflicted has proven fatal.
Cracks spread outward from the wound and begin to rot, as if her blade had been coated in poison.
Jeanne d'Arc: My contact with that great being is what gave me this power...
Otherworldly Being: Even the dregs of that power are formidable...
Otherworldly Being: Agh... If only I'd gotten my hands on that lizard... Things would have been different.
Damn it... First the automagods, then that hooded bastard... and now...
As the creature's body disintegrates, so too does the spatial distortion it created. The crew find themselves once more in a back alley in town.
Jeanne d'Arc: I am deeply sorry.
Katalina: Come on, now... Enough with the formality. You have your memories back, don't you?
Jeanne d'Arc: Yes. But I don't know how I can ever atone for exposing Master Vyrn and all of you to such danger!
Vira: I'd say you were the one who suffered most, Jeanne.
Jeanne d'Arc: But this is the second time! To think I could be manipulated for evil purposes through my dreams not once, but twice! It's unacceptable!
Vyrn: Hey, look, enough already! We're all safe and sound, aren't we?
Vyrn: And what about that stunt you pulled in battle, huh? When you waved your banner, it pumped everyone up like crazy!
Jeanne d'Arc: Master Vyrn...
Jeanne realizes Vyrn is changing the subject in an attempt to comfort her and gratitude fills her eyes.
Vira: That was spectacular. It felt like my blade had become twice as sharp.
(Captain) had gotten the same feeling.
Katalina: That single moment turned the tide of battle completely. Was it your power that did that?
Jeanne d'Arc: No... Not mine.
Jeanne d'Arc: I think that creature from the Otherworld was right... It has to do with my link to the great being who gave me my dream revelation.
Jeanne d'Arc: Perhaps it was because I was only partially in possession of my own memories at the time, but at that moment, I could distinctly feel the great being's presence, where it has been only a vague impression before.
Jeanne d'Arc: Some part of the great one was with me in battle, shielding me.
The power left to Jeanne by the author of her revelation acts on her allies as well, it seems, granting them the necessary strength to vanquish the forces of the Otherworld.
And so the crew emerge from the back alley with a stronger understanding of Jeanne's incredible abilities as a commander.
(Captain) and the others decide to spend the night at an inn to recover from the rigors of battle before departing the island.
That night...
Vyrn: Huh? You still up?
Jeanne d'Arc: (Captain). Master Vyrn.
Jeanne d'Arc: I'm ashamed to admit this, but I'm a little hesitant to close my eyes.
Vyrn: That's not surprising, with what just went down.
Vyrn: But you went without sleeping for so long—you really need the rest.
Jeanne d'Arc: I know... But I find myself thinking...
Jeanne d'Arc: Even after I received my revelation, I didn't know from what threat I was meant to save the world, or how.
Jeanne d'Arc: However... I think this incident brought me a step closer to an answer.
Jeanne d'Arc: There is more than one group with designs upon the Sky Realm... Whether it's the Astrals or the Otherworld... I have a duty to stop them.
Jeanne d'Arc: I will continue to fight, of course. But rather than agonizing over the nature of that great being's will, I will simply act on the people's behalf.
Jeanne d'Arc: Still... When I think that I could fall victim to manipulation like this again...
Jeanne's gaze falls to the ground.
(Captain) struggles to find something to say.
  1. Why don't you snuggle up with Vyrn?

Choose: Why don't you snuggle up with Vyrn?
Jeanne d'Arc: What?
As a child, (Captain) curled up with the little dragon whenever it was hard to fall asleep.
Vyrn: Hey! Don't go loaning me out without asking me! I ain't no teddy bear!
Jeanne d'Arc: I-I could never! I'm not worthy!
Jeanne protests. Perhaps just a hair too much.
Jeanne d'Arc: ...
To the friends who know her so well, her anxiety is all too easy to read.
Vyrn: ...
Vyrn: I guess if it helps Jeanne sleep. But what if it doesn't do any good, huh? Then what?
Jeanne d'Arc: Don't tell me you're agreeing to this, Master Vyrn!
Vyrn: Enh. No harm in trying, right? I had to put this goof to bed often enough back in Zinkenstill. I'm used to cradle-rockin' duty.
Vyrn: Just for tonight though, okay? Like I said—I ain't no teddy bear.
Jeanne d'Arc: Of course. I know better than anyone that you are no teddy bear, and most definitely no lizard!
Jeanne d'Arc: But... Thank you. It's extremely considerate of you. Haha...
Vyrn: Knock off that formal stuff! Now get your butt to bed already! It's late!
Vyrn puts on the same stern expression he used to wear when it was (Captain)'s bedtime and boots Jeanne in the direction of her room.
Jeanne d'Arc: Zzz...
Almost as soon as she enters the room, Jeanne falls into bed and sinks into a deep slumber.
Perhaps it is the proximity of the presence she sensed upon her first meeting with Vyrn that finally brings her the necessary peace of mind.
Vyrn: Yeesh...
Jeanne d'Arc: Master... Vyrn...
Vyrn: So we're back to "Master Vyrn" again, huh?
Vyrn sighs as he watches over his sleeping friend.
Vyrn: I don't really like bein' put on a pedestal or treated like a stuffed animal...
Jeanne d'Arc: Mm...
Vyrn: But I'm really glad you're back, Jeanne.
Vyrn tucks the blanket in around Jeanne's shoulders.
As he watches the lines of worry and exhaustion in her face slowly relax, Vyrn, too, falls asleep.

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JapaneseThis is an official transcription. EnglishThis is an official translation.
このような服装で戦うことになるとは… Waging battle in these garments? I don't know about that...
私はもう…惑わされはしない I will not allow myself to be clouded any further.
(主人公)!私に続け! (Captain)! Follow my lead!
幽世の者達相手に油断は許されない… Do not underestimate Otherworlders, else suffer the consequences.
この空を守るためもっと力を付けなければ I must become stronger if I want to save the world.
共に苦難を乗り越えよう Let us overcome these trials as a united team.
着飾るというのは少々恥ずかしいな… I must say, I am not used to dressing up...
ビィ様のお陰で最近はよく眠れています I've been able to sleep better with Master Vyrn's help.
あの悲劇を…繰り返させはしない I will never allow such a tragedy to repeat itself.
私の力が皆の助けになるならば I hope I am able to save those in need.

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Jeanne d'Arc

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Fanfare: Deal 2 damage to all enemy followers. Then give +0/+2 to all other allied followers.

Come, all soldiers! I hereby make a vow upon this spear! God is on our side! Our victory is assured!


I hereby make a vow in the name of God! We shall win this battle, even if I must give my life in order to ensure victory! Now come, follow me into the fray!

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Fanfare: Deal 2 damage to all enemy followers. Then give +0/+2 to all other allied followers.

Come, all soldiers! I hereby make a vow upon this spear! God is on our side! Our victory is assured!


I hereby make a vow in the name of God! We shall win this battle, even if I must give my life in order to ensure victory! Now come, follow me into the fray!

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Jeanne, Beacon of Salvation

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Fanfare: Enhance (7) - Deal 3 damage to all enemy followers. Restore 3 defense to all other allied followers.

For the wretched, confined in despair and desolation—I have heard the gods' decree! I shall guide you to glory, and together we shall obliterate the dark!


Swear on the gods' banner, and let despair consume you no longer! A new promised land awaits us—embrace the light of tomorrow!

Class Havencraft
Card Pack Chronogenesis
SV Portal Jeanne, Beacon of Salvation
Language Play Attack Evolve Death Enhance Other

Dark Jeanne

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Fanfare: Deal 2 damage to all other followers. Then give +2/+0 to all other followers.

There was once a girl who trusted in God. She listened to him, followed his words, and spread his gospel. But one day she found that there was no god on the battlefield.


The girl who cursed God soon returned to the land, her once pure heart corrupted by darkness. Now she rises from the depths of despair, her blackened heart trembling.

Class Havencraft
Card Pack Tempest of the Gods
SV Portal Dark Jeanne
Language Play Attack Evolve Death Enhance Other

Dragalia Lost

  • Jeanne's design in Dragalia Lost is based on her original design from Knights of Glory, a now defunct mobile game by Cygames.
  • Jeanne from Granblue Fantasy and Dragalia Lost share the same voice actress, Megumi Han.


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  2. Granblue Fantasy Official Blog Post, 新キャラクター紹介!「ジャンヌダルク」「シャオ」「アリステラ」
  3. Granblue Fantasy Official Blog Post, 新キャラクター紹介!「バウタオーダ」「ジャンヌダルク」
  4. 4.0 4.1 Cygames, Inc. (2018). GRANBLUE FANTASY GRAPHIC ARCHIVE IV.
  5. Granblue Fantasy Official Blog Post, 新キャラクター紹介!「ジャンヌダルク(水着バージョン)」
  7. Granblue Fantasy Official Blog Post, グランデフェス開催&新キャラクター「ジャンヌダルク」(リミテッドシリーズ)、「シトリ」「クルーニ」紹介!