Scenario:Jeanne d'Arc - A Maiden's Revelation

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A Maiden's Revelation

Though naturally skilled with a sword, the young Jeanne was afraid of hurting others and always held back in battle. But when a revelation told her to save the world, Jeanne realized that she must take up arms if she is ever to save anyone.



No version of Jeanne d'Arc in crew

Jeanne d'Arc was told through divine revelation to save the world.
As Jeanne struggled with what she should save the world from, and how she would go about accomplishing the task, she became friendly with the crew during their visit to Orleans.
Sensing in Vyrn a presence oh-so-similar to the being who bestowed the revelation upon her, Jeanne asked to join the crew.
She became determined to find, through her travels with (Captain) and company, a way to save the world.
Shortly after her addition to the crew...
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Any version of Jeanne d'Arc is a crew member

One day, not too long after Jeanne d'Arc joins the crew...
Continue 1
After a tough assignment that lasted until the evening, the exhausted crew decides to turn in early for the night.
Jeanne also decides to get some shut-eye. Deep in her sleep, she has a dream of her younger days.
Jeanne d'Arc: (Orleans, my dear hometown, was built by a hero who fought against the Astrals during the War.)
Jeanne d'Arc: (We train daily to prepare for another assault from the Astrals.)
Jeanne d'Arc: (Yet it is a peaceful life—little different from the serenity you see in most other towns.)
Jeanne d'Arc: Ngh...
Local Woman: Hm? Ah, if it isn't Jeanne. That's quite the haul you've got there.
Jeanne d'Arc: Hello! My father caught lots of fish by the river today. I'm just handing them out.
Local Woman: My, how sweet of you! Can I have one too?
Jeanne d'Arc: Of course! Grill it, simmer it—I'm sure it's delicious any way you cook it!
Local Woman: Much appreciated! I'll bring over something to your place later as thanks.
Local Man: Hm? Jeanne, is it? Whatcha doin' at a place like this?
Jeanne d'Arc: Hello, mister. Would you like some fish?
Elderly Woman: Thank you so much, Jeanne sweetie.
Oh, isn't it almost time for training?
Jeanne d'Arc: Ah, you're right! Just a few more minutes.
Elderly Woman: You know, I was quite the fighter myself back in the day. Well, be careful and watch yourself out there.
Jeanne d'Arc: I will! Thank you! And off I go!
Jeanne d'Arc: (Preparing for the inevitable crisis to come while enjoying the present peace—that was life in Orleans.)
Commander: Next pair, you're up!
Jeanne d'Arc: No holding back!
Orleans Youth: Ready for ya, Jeanne! Come at me!
Jeanne d'Arc: Hngh! Hyaah!
Orleans Youth: Heh... Is that all you've got? Graargh!
Jeanne d'Arc: Rgh!
Commander: That's enough!
Jeanne d'Arc: (I used to receive the highest praise for my form, but it mattered little as I would always lose in the sparring matches.)
Orleans Youth: You okay, Jeanne? I hit you pretty hard in the ribs...
Jeanne d'Arc: I-I'm fine... I just a lack a bit of experience. Sorry if I worried you.
Commander: That's not it, Jeanne... Inexperience with the sword is not truly the issue here.
Jeanne d'Arc: But, Commander...
Commander: I can sense the hesitation in your blade every time you go up against someone—it's as if you don't want to hurt them.
Jeanne d'Arc: You're right...
Jeanne d'Arc: I never hesitate when it comes to practicing sword forms or shooting targets with a bow and arrow.
Jeanne d'Arc: But...
Commander: Jeanne, the hesitation you show is your kindness. Never feel ashamed for that.
Jeanne d'Arc: My... kindness?
Commander: Yes. Orleans is allowed to subsist precisely because we have kind people like you to support those of us focused entirely on fighting.
Commander: I'm just saying you don't need to be so hard on yourself. There's more than one way to live a life, after all.
Jeanne d'Arc: Right...
Jeanne d'Arc: (Truth is... I preferred sewing and taking care of the sheep over fighting...)
Jeanne d'Arc: (I was taught that even such tasks can be a wonderful way to help people.)
Jeanne d'Arc: (But something just never seemed right to me... I prayed that night.)
Jeanne d'Arc: Please... Please show me the one true path I should follow.
Jeanne d'Arc: What direction shall I take my life if I am to live for the people... and do everything within my power to help them?
Jeanne d'Arc: Won't you please tell me?
???: Save the world.
Jeanne d'Arc: Huh?
Jeanne d'Arc: Save... the world? Me?
Jeanne d'Arc: (The voice in my head seemed so majestic and divine—I could not doubt it.)
Jeanne d'Arc: Save the world... How? And from what? Am I truly capable of such a thing?
Jeanne d'Arc: One thing's for sure...
Jeanne d'Arc: If I am to save the world my by own hand, I cannot put the sword down!
Jeanne d'Arc: I'll do what I can! To save the world... and the people in it!
Jeanne d'Arc: (And that is when I cleared my mind of any doubt and found the resolve to take up the sword for good.)
Jeanne d'Arc: ...
A dream, huh?
Jeanne d'Arc: ...
In the stillness of the crisp morning air, Jeanne offers a prayer then reaches out for her sword.
Jeanne grips the handle of the sword with clear determination—just as she had done the day she received the revelation.
Jeanne d'Arc: Your true identity remains a mystery to me, oh great one. But I will promise you this...
Jeanne d'Arc: I will save the world... along with all the people in it!
The unshakeable resolve in her voice becomes one with the quiet morning air and fades away.
But within her an indomitable steadfastness continues to burn brightly.