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Jeanne d'Arc's execution

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Gilles used this envy to his advantage by poisoning the king's wine so he develop hallucinations. These hallucinations manifested in the form of [[Charioce XIII's mother|the king's late mother]] trying to warn Charioce of the chance of losing his throne to Jeanne d'Arc. Feeling threatened, and coupled with Jeanne apparently murdering [[Gaurin]], Charioce XIII became convinced that Jeanne was truly planning to overthrow him and promptly had her arrested.
 
Gilles used this envy to his advantage by poisoning the king's wine so he develop hallucinations. These hallucinations manifested in the form of [[Charioce XIII's mother|the king's late mother]] trying to warn Charioce of the chance of losing his throne to Jeanne d'Arc. Feeling threatened, and coupled with Jeanne apparently murdering [[Gaurin]], Charioce XIII became convinced that Jeanne was truly planning to overthrow him and promptly had her arrested.
   
Gilles, in the form of [[Martinet]], approached Jeanne in her prison cell to try and convince her that the [[Gods/Angels|gods]] had abandoned her. Jeanne refused to believe him, but Martinet still offered her a chance to "discover the truth" of the gods and presented her [[Martinet's concoction|a concoction]] that would enable her to do so.
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Gilles, in the form of [[Martinet]], approached Jeanne in her prison cell to try and convince her that the [[Gods/Angels|gods]] had abandoned her. Jeanne refused to believe him, but Martinet still offered her a chance to "discover the truth" of the gods and presented her [[Demonic Transformation|a concoction]] that would enable her to do so.
   
 
Jeanne's resolve did not waver until Charioce XIII had her put to the stake and burnt as a heretic. Many people protested against this and as punishment, the knights were ordered to attack these "traitors", much to Jeanne's sadness. Martinet materialized before Jeanne again to convince her once more that the gods had truly abandoned her (in reality, Michael and the archangels were busy trying to contain Bahamut's seal and were unaware of her suffering).
 
Jeanne's resolve did not waver until Charioce XIII had her put to the stake and burnt as a heretic. Many people protested against this and as punishment, the knights were ordered to attack these "traitors", much to Jeanne's sadness. Martinet materialized before Jeanne again to convince her once more that the gods had truly abandoned her (in reality, Michael and the archangels were busy trying to contain Bahamut's seal and were unaware of her suffering).
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