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18th Sep '17 6:11:23 PM DustSnitch
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* BadassPrincess Shakuntala in the Literature/BelisariusSeries.

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* BadassPrincess %%* Shakuntala in the Literature/BelisariusSeries.
10th Sep '17 11:11:43 AM memememememe
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Realizing her importance, it is highly likely her enemies will eventually exploit her own HonorBeforeReason to lure her into a trap and subject to a public trial and execution. This, of course, is bound to backfire, as even past her untimely death, she will be turned into [[InspirationalMartyr a larger-than-life mythic persona (such as a saint) by a zealous cult following that would continue to provide inspiration for generations]].

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Realizing her importance, it is highly likely her enemies will eventually exploit her own HonorBeforeReason to lure her into a trap and subject to a public trial and execution. This, of course, is bound to backfire, as even past her untimely death, she her movement will be turned into live on [[InspirationalMartyr as her martyrdom drives them to more zealous and inspirational levels]] up to veneration as a [[MessianicArchetype larger-than-life mythic persona (such as a saint) by a zealous cult following that would continue to provide inspiration for generations]].
Divine Figure]], sometimes complete with the title "Saint" or [[CrystalDragonJesus any other equivalent]].



A subtrope of MagneticHero. Compare & contrast YoungConqueror, AChildShallLeadThem.

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A subtrope of MagneticHero. Compare & contrast MessianicArchetype, YoungConqueror, AChildShallLeadThem.
7th Sep '17 4:07:35 AM Nouct
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* The ''VideoGame/GranblueFantasy'' version of Jeanne d'Arc is a fearless military leader of Orleans who joins the party because she believes the TeamPet is someone she saw in a vision who told her she would save the world. [[spoiler:Eventually she goes under the DespairEventHorizon and becomes corrupted into her Dark version as she led her troops into a massacre while going after corrupt nobles. She later has a ShesBack moment, becoming good again and kicks the ass of the [[EldritchAbomination Otherworldly Beings]] who corrupted her, fulfilling her vision of saving the world.]]
30th Aug '17 11:44:03 AM Pinokio
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* In ''Legendary: Game of Heroes'', Joan appears as Defiant Joan, Visionary Joan and Joan of Arc.
22nd Aug '17 1:45:52 PM Qrow
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* A rare genderflipping of this trope would be [[MeaningfulName Jaune Arc]] of ''WebAnimation/{{RWBY}}'', who is a male character [[WorldOfActionGirls in a primarily Action Girl cast]], uses a sword and shield, and is hinted to possibly be the leader of his team (revealed via ForegoneConclusion). The joke is that he's a far better leader than a fighter, since he was crafty enough to lie his way into [[WorldOfBadass Beacon Academy]] but didn't have the training to back it up (much like how the real Jeanne was an ActualPacifist constantly running a WoundedGazelleGambit on her own soldiers). [[UnskilledButStrong He DOES have the strength and weaponry to chop the heads off giant bears, but he has a long way to go before he can actually be a true Hunter]].

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* A rare genderflipping of this trope would be [[MeaningfulName Jaune Arc]] of ''WebAnimation/{{RWBY}}'', who is a male character [[WorldOfActionGirls in a primarily Action Girl cast]], uses a sword and shield, and is hinted to possibly be the leader of his team (revealed via ForegoneConclusion). The joke is that he's a far better leader than a fighter, since he was crafty enough to lie his way into [[WorldOfBadass Beacon Academy]] but didn't have the training to back it up (much like how the real Jeanne was an ActualPacifist constantly running a WoundedGazelleGambit on her own soldiers). [[UnskilledButStrong He DOES have the strength and weaponry to chop the heads off giant bears, but he has a long way to go before he can actually be a true Hunter]].Huntsman]].
19th Aug '17 12:00:46 PM GlitteringFlowers
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** Interestingly, the few we see of Jeanne tends to avert the common stereotypes. She wears a breastplate and is an ActionGirl, okay, but she has short hair like in history (most D'Archetypes [[LongHairIsFeminine are longhaired]]), doesn't use a BattleBallgown, and she tells France [[{{Tsundere}} "I'm not doing this for you!"]].

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** Interestingly, the few we see seen of Jeanne tends to avert the common stereotypes. She wears a breastplate and is an ActionGirl, okay, but she has short hair like in history (most D'Archetypes [[LongHairIsFeminine are longhaired]]), doesn't use a BattleBallgown, and she tells France [[{{Tsundere}} "I'm not doing this for you!"]].



* ''Anime/PuellaMagiMadokaMagica'' features a cameo of Jeanne during a flashback, where it is revealed that [[spoiler:[[BeethovenWasAnAlienSpy she herself was]] a MagicalGirl. (Alongside like Cleopatra, Queen Himiko, maybe even ''Anne Frank'', etc.) Goddess!Madoka appears to Jeanne when she's about to be burned at the stake, holding her Soul Gem in her hands; this implies that, instead of being executed, Jeanne AscendedToAHigherPlaneOfExistence thanks to Madoka.]]

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* ''Anime/PuellaMagiMadokaMagica'' features a cameo of Jeanne during a flashback, where it is revealed that [[spoiler:[[BeethovenWasAnAlienSpy she herself was]] a MagicalGirl. (Alongside like Cleopatra, Queen Himiko, maybe even ''Anne Frank'', etc.) ) Goddess!Madoka appears to Jeanne when she's about to be burned at the stake, holding her Soul Gem in her hands; this implies that, instead of being executed, Jeanne AscendedToAHigherPlaneOfExistence thanks to Madoka.]]
19th Aug '17 11:59:44 AM GlitteringFlowers
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** Interestingly, the few we see of Jeanne tends to avert the common stereotypes. She wears a breastplate and is an ActionGirl, okay, but she has short hair (most D'Archetypes [[LongHairIsFeminine are longhaired]]), doesn't use a BattleBallgown, and she tells France [[{{Tsundere}} "I'm not doing this for you!"]].

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** Interestingly, the few we see of Jeanne tends to avert the common stereotypes. She wears a breastplate and is an ActionGirl, okay, but she has short hair like in history (most D'Archetypes [[LongHairIsFeminine are longhaired]]), doesn't use a BattleBallgown, and she tells France [[{{Tsundere}} "I'm not doing this for you!"]].



* ''Anime/PuellaMagiMadokaMagica'' features a cameo of Jeanne during a flashback, where it is revealed that [[spoiler:[[BeethovenWasAnAlienSpy she herself was]] a MagicalGirl. (Alongside like Cleopatra, Queen Himiko, maybe even ''Anne Frank'', etc.)]]
** And a SpinOff entitled ''Manga/PuellaMagiTartMagica: The Legend of Jeanne d'Arc'' will begin serialization in November 2013.

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* ''Anime/PuellaMagiMadokaMagica'' features a cameo of Jeanne during a flashback, where it is revealed that [[spoiler:[[BeethovenWasAnAlienSpy she herself was]] a MagicalGirl. (Alongside like Cleopatra, Queen Himiko, maybe even ''Anne Frank'', etc.)]]
) Goddess!Madoka appears to Jeanne when she's about to be burned at the stake, holding her Soul Gem in her hands; this implies that, instead of being executed, Jeanne AscendedToAHigherPlaneOfExistence thanks to Madoka.]]
** And a SpinOff entitled ''Manga/PuellaMagiTartMagica: The Legend of Jeanne d'Arc'' will begin began serialization in November 2013.



* Jeanne d'Arc in ''Anime/RageOfBahamutGenesis'' plays this trope extremely straight. Born a simple peasant girl in a remote village, after hearing the voice of the gods, she is now the leader of the Orleans Knights armed with the legendary spear Maltet. Then again, in this series, the gods definitely exist and regularly appear and speak to humans.

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* Jeanne d'Arc in ''Anime/RageOfBahamutGenesis'' plays this trope extremely straight. Born a simple peasant girl in a remote village, after hearing the voice of the gods, she is now the leader of the Orleans Knights armed with the legendary spear Maltet. Then again, in this series, the gods definitely exist and regularly appear and speak to humans.humans, [[spoiler: including a ''certain'' demon who makes Jeanne cross the DespairEventHorizon as she's burning at the stake, driving her to a FaceHeelTurn.]]
14th Jun '17 1:25:08 PM Dravencour
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* Farnese in ''Manga/{{Berserk}}'' is kind of presented like this at first: girl on a holy mission who fights (sometimes). Thing is, she's actually revealed to have no combat skill whatsoever (women being at the head of the order for symbolic purposes), the voices she hears actually come from demons (Joan of Arc's enemies accused her of this), and she's a pyromaniac. She eventually becomes an actual witch.

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* Farnese in ''Manga/{{Berserk}}'' is kind of presented like this at first: girl on a holy mission who fights (sometimes). Thing is, she's actually revealed to have no combat skill whatsoever (women being at the head of the order for symbolic purposes), the voices she hears actually come from demons (Joan of Arc's enemies accused her of this), and she's a pyromaniac. She eventually becomes an actual witch.witch under the tutelage of the resident CuteWitch of Guts's party.
29th May '17 11:55:56 AM nombretomado
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* Joan herself appears in several ''{{Koei}}'' games, debuting in ''VideoGame/BladeStormTheHundredYearsWar'', and later appearing in the MassiveMultiplayerCrossover game [[WarriorsOrochi Warriors Orochi 3]].

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* Joan herself appears in several ''{{Koei}}'' games, debuting in ''VideoGame/BladeStormTheHundredYearsWar'', and later appearing in the MassiveMultiplayerCrossover game [[WarriorsOrochi [[VideoGame/WarriorsOrochi Warriors Orochi 3]].
28th May '17 3:06:28 PM nombretomado
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* Ursula from the ''[[{{Warhammer}} Slaves to Darkness]]'' trilogy managed to lead the fractured armies of the Empire to face the Chaos Warriors of the Norse in their own homeland. This led to an retaliatory invasion that nearly destroyed Kislev, but hey... What is interesting about her is that her possession of the legendary blade Ulfshard, the weapon of one of [[FounderOfTheKingdom Sigmar Unberogen]]'s own contemporaries, actually gave her a claim to the contested throne of the Sigmarite Empire in a time where every Elector Count was at the other's throat for the position. Various Counts attempted to leverage her in their own ways to gain power, which is ultimately the reason why her crusade against the Norse even happened. She spent her last days anonymously in a small convent, too. So consider her a {{Deconstruction}}.

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* Ursula from the ''[[{{Warhammer}} ''[[TabletopGame/{{Warhammer}} Slaves to Darkness]]'' trilogy managed to lead the fractured armies of the Empire to face the Chaos Warriors of the Norse in their own homeland. This led to an retaliatory invasion that nearly destroyed Kislev, but hey... What is interesting about her is that her possession of the legendary blade Ulfshard, the weapon of one of [[FounderOfTheKingdom Sigmar Unberogen]]'s own contemporaries, actually gave her a claim to the contested throne of the Sigmarite Empire in a time where every Elector Count was at the other's throat for the position. Various Counts attempted to leverage her in their own ways to gain power, which is ultimately the reason why her crusade against the Norse even happened. She spent her last days anonymously in a small convent, too. So consider her a {{Deconstruction}}.
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