History VideoGame / JeanneDArc

25th Apr '16 8:24:25 PM Nicoaln
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** Bellatrix as well, though it's far more likely that you'll just use her for healing.
24th Jan '16 11:03:37 AM aye_amber
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* YouShouldKnowThisAlready: [[spoiler: Subverted. Given that the real Joan of Arc was burned at the stake, you could expect this version of her to follow the same fate. But she, um, she didn't. That was Liane. Funny that Roger said that ''Jeanne's'' the one who should have been burned]].

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* YouShouldKnowThisAlready: [[spoiler: Subverted. Given that the real Joan of Arc was burned at the stake, you could expect this version of her to follow the same fate. But she, um, she didn't. That was Liane. Funny that Roger said that ''Jeanne's'' the one who should have been burned]].burned.]]
25th Mar '15 7:01:34 PM nombretomado
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** Perhaps unintentionally, Jeanne bears a certain resemblance to [[FateStayNight Arturia Pendragon]], ranging from outer appareance (complete with IdiotHair) to facial expressions to general attitude.

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** Perhaps unintentionally, Jeanne bears a certain resemblance to [[FateStayNight [[VisualNovel/FateStayNight Arturia Pendragon]], ranging from outer appareance (complete with IdiotHair) to facial expressions to general attitude.
19th Mar '15 5:35:38 AM Adept
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* FiveManBand: Jeanne and her pals:
** TheHero: Jeanne d'Arc
** [[TheLancer The Lancer(s):]] Gilles and Roger
** TheSmartGuy: Richard and Gilles
** TheBigGuy: La Hire
** TheChick: Liane
** TheSixthRanger: Richard
12th Mar '15 2:55:34 AM FrenchSaga
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** Towards the end, Jeanne tells [[spoiler: Gilvaroth]]: [[Castlevania "Die, monster, you don't belong in this world!"]]

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** Towards the end, Jeanne tells [[spoiler: Gilvaroth]]: [[Castlevania [[Franchise/{{Castlevania}} "Die, monster, you don't belong in this world!"]]
12th Mar '15 2:54:39 AM FrenchSaga
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** Towards the end, Jeanne tells [[spoiler: Gilvaroth]]: [[Castlevania "Die, monster, you don't belong in this world!"]]
21st Jan '15 6:33:43 PM jkb5947
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** TheSmartGuy: Roger

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** TheSmartGuy: RogerRichard and Gilles
8th Jan '15 5:27:32 PM jkb5947
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* LoveTriangle: Liane is in love with Roger, who is in love with Jeanne. Meanwhile, Roger ''thinks'' Gilles is his rival for Jeanne's love in another triangle, but Gilles shows no real signs of it and Jeanne is ObliviousToLove because of her crusade against the English...

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* LoveTriangle: Liane is in love with Roger, who is in love with Jeanne. Meanwhile, However, Roger ''thinks'' Gilles is his rival for becomes a bit of a Green Eyed Monster because of Gilles, who becomes one of Jeanne's love in another triangle, but Gilles shows no real signs most trusted confidants during the war. However, due to the stress of it and fighting the English army, Jeanne is ObliviousToLove because of her crusade against the English...quite Oblivious to Love.
23rd Jul '14 6:58:32 AM SpaghettiBoy
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** Colet is also rather mediocre at first, as a weak attacker with a high critical hit chance that ''sometimes'' lets him match the others for damage; but once you get the Two Hits (or Three Hits) skill and he gets better weapons with higher damage output, your patience will be very well rewarded by not benching him early on.

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** Colet is also rather mediocre at first, as a weak attacker with a high critical hit chance that ''sometimes'' lets him match the others for damage; but once you get the Two Hits (or Three Hits) skill and he gets better weapons with higher damage output, your patience will be very well rewarded by not benching him early on. Not only that, but his early weapons aren't very good, and some weapons that become available later in the game will make him ''way'' better.



* MutuallyExclusivePartyMembers: Optional members Rose (a whip-using thief) and Claire (a mage).

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* MutuallyExclusivePartyMembers: Optional members Rose (a whip-using thief) and Claire (a mage). The choice is obvious who most players go for...



* NoExportForYou: You'd think that a game based on ''Joan of Arc'', of all people, would see the light of day in Europe? Think again.

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* NoExportForYou: You'd think that a game based on ''Joan of Arc'', of all people, would see the light of day in Europe? Think again. (In all fairness the PSP ''is'' Region-free)



* VideoGameTutorial: The first few missions open up with a couple pages of text and illustrations to run players through the basics of combat and character customization, and then quickly get out of the way.

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* VideoGameTutorial: The first few missions open up with a couple pages of text and illustrations to run players through the basics of combat and character customization, and then quickly get out of the way. On occasion you will be met with a different tutorial when it becomes relevant.
6th Feb '14 9:58:51 PM VPhantom
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The plot, although not as complex as in [[VideoGame/FinalFantasyTactics other]] [[VideoGame/{{Disgaea}} games]] in the genre, diverges enough from the historical Joan of Arc and the Hundred Years War to provide a multitude of plot twists and shocking surprises. It starts off with Jeanne, who, with her childhood friend Liane and their companion, Roger, becomes embroiled in the horror of war when an English detachment of soldiers and inhuman monster razes her village --acquiring in the process a mysterious golden armlet, from which she hears the voice of God commanding her to save France from the invaders. Thus begins Jeanne's fight to release her country from the grasp of both Englishmen and the army of foul creatures they have somehow recruited. Along the way, she will meet with various historical figures such as Étienne de Vignolles, aka La Hire; Arthur de Richemont, and even King Charles VII, many of which appear as enemies, allies or even party members, though all have been equally reimagined to fit the fantastic setting of the game.

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The plot, although not as complex as in [[VideoGame/FinalFantasyTactics other]] [[VideoGame/{{Disgaea}} [[Franchise/{{Disgaea}} games]] in the genre, diverges enough from the historical Joan of Arc and the Hundred Years War to provide a multitude of plot twists and shocking surprises. It starts off with Jeanne, who, with her childhood friend Liane and their companion, Roger, becomes embroiled in the horror of war when an English detachment of soldiers and inhuman monster razes her village --acquiring in the process a mysterious golden armlet, from which she hears the voice of God commanding her to save France from the invaders. Thus begins Jeanne's fight to release her country from the grasp of both Englishmen and the army of foul creatures they have somehow recruited. Along the way, she will meet with various historical figures such as Étienne de Vignolles, aka La Hire; Arthur de Richemont, and even King Charles VII, many of which appear as enemies, allies or even party members, though all have been equally reimagined to fit the fantastic setting of the game.
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