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« O' Lord, I entrust this body to you— »


La Pucelle: The Crimson Saint (紅蓮の聖女
, Guren no Seijo
Ra Pyuseru
?) is the suicide-type Noble Phantasm used by Jeanne d'Arc.[3] It is a crystallized Conceptual Weapon that acts as an offensive interpretation of her burning at the stake, a subtype of Reality Marble that has the imagined landscape crystallized as a holy sword.[3][4] The sword itself is the Heroic Spirit Joan of Arc.[4] It uses the Sword of St. Catherine, which Ruler never swung once in her lifetime, as its catalyst, and manifests the flames which once burned her to death by saying "O' Lord, I entrust this body to you—", a line from a death poem, as an activation incantation.[3][4]

The incantation :

The heavens tell of God's Glory
The skies proclaim His handiwork
Speeches poured forth during the day and knowledge during the night
A fire has ignited within my heart and continuously burn to remind me

This is where i meet my end
My destiny now runs it course
My life's dream has reached its conclusion
Utilizing the last thing i have left at my disposal
I fight to protect the path He must walk

Lord, accept my sacrifice

By using this Noble Phantasm, Ruler loses her own life after the battle. But in exchange for her life, she can annihilate anything in existence.[3][4] Its designated rank of C refers only to its pre-activated state while the sword is still sheathed. The EX Rank after activation is because its pure destructive power cannot be calculated. These flames only destroy that which she thinks must be destroyed. In other words, this Noble Phantasm cannot be used against simply a strong enemy or out of emotions like hate. These flames exist in order to save something, and in Fate/Apocrypha, she decided to use this Noble Phantasm out of her sense of duty to save the future of humanity.[3]


In the original imagining of Fate/Apocrypha as a game, each Holy Grail War cycle was to end with the activation of this Noble Phantasm that she was stubbornly withholding until the end.[5]

Hirokazu Koyama designed the sword and the activation of La Pucelle. According to the Fate/Apocrypha material, Jeanne activates La Pucelle by throwing the sword up and catching it by the end of the blade. The flower on its pommel blooms, and the flames surge out of that like a great flower.[6]


  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 Fate/Grand Order material II - Jeanne d'Arc, p.182-191
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 3.3 3.4
  4. 4.0 4.1 4.2 4.3
  5. Fate/Apocrypha material - OTHER DESIGNS: La Pucelle, p.122-125

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