Jeanne D'Arc

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The box art of Jeanne d'Arc

Jeanne d'Arc is a tactical role-playing game developed by Level-5 and published by Sony Computer Entertainment for the PlayStation Portable. It is Level-5's first RPG of this kind, as well as the studio's first production for the PSP. The title's narrative makes use of various fantasy elements, and is loosely based on the story of Joan of Arc and her struggles against the English occupation of France during the Hundred Years' War in the early 15th century.

[edit] Jeanne D'Arc and furry

The game has a large amount of furry characters called Beastmen (also known as Therion.)

[edit] Furry characters

La Hire

A French Beastman who resembles an anthropromorphic Lion. Although a warrior of the French army, La Hire is also a mercenary known for his overwhelming strength. He holds high respect for Jeanne, who treats everyone equally and for that, he fights loyally for her.
Voiced by: Shiro Saito (Japanese), Fred Tatasciore (English)

Rufus

A French Beastman who resembles an anthropromorphic Bulldog. He eventually joins Jeanne in her quest to defeat the English and free France.

Bartolomeo

An English Beastman engaged to the Elf Archer Beatrix, who defects to the French army. He resembles an anthropomorphic Black Panther.

Blaze

An English Beastman who serves Henry VI. He resembles an anthropromorphic White Tiger. He's in charge of the Beastman ordered to capture Jeanne.

Mora

An English Beastman who serves Henry VI. She resembles an anthropromorphic Cheetah. She specializes in fast hand-to-hand combat.

Slinker

An English Beastman who serves Henry VI. He resembles an anthropromorphic Fox. He's the only beastman who is an expert in Magic.
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