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“Here's the work of the Lord!”
“My flag, defend our brethrens!"
"Luminosité Eternelle!”

Ruler


Luminosité Eternelle: God is Here With Me (我が神はここにありてリュミノジテ・エテルネッル, Waga Kami wa Koko ni AriteRyuminojite Eterunerru?) is the battle standard of Joan of Arc, the holy battle flag that she kept by her side all her life. Incidentally, Jeanne uses this flag mostly to attack in battle. “There’s a spear-point at the tip, so it’s a divine sign that this flag should be used to strike the enemy,” is what she says as an excuse each time one of the Servants she passes judgement on protests about it.[3] It is her main weapon, kept in place of a sword on the battlefield, still potent enough to easily destroy Dragon Tooth Warriors, block strikes from enemy Servants, and pierce through obstacles with its tip.

The flag had inspired and uplifted her soldiers who had believed a saint walked amongst them, said to have continually protected her as she ran ahead in battle as the vanguard. There are various theories about the flag’s design, with many popular suggestions featuring angels or flowers (specifically, the iris flower). The Noble Phantasm is the crystallization of the legend of Joan of Arc waving her flag on the battlefield and fighting to the very end with hardly any wounds. By planting it into the ground, tightly grasping it, and activating it as a Noble Phantasm, it converts her EX-rank Magic Resistance into protection against all harm, both physical and spiritual. The protection is initiated by an angel's blessing, and it is centered around the flag within a range of 10. It brings about a light that completely isolates anyone within it and cuts them off from their surroundings, much like the divided water from the myth of Moses splitting the Red Sea. It is potent enough to isolate Ruler, Sieg, and Rider of Black from even the powerful final strike of Berserker of Red's Noble Phantasm, Crying Warmonger, that devastates the land and destroys half of Yggdmillennia's fortress without any harm coming to them. The downside to the ability is that the damage accumulates within the flag, causing it to begin to tear as she uses it, so naturally, she can't withstand an Anti-Fortress Noble Phantasm multiple times in a row. Also, only Heroic Spirits who had witnessed Jeanne’s legend in life—in other words, only Gilles, in his past form as a Marshal of France, can use this Noble Phantasm besides Jeanne.[3]

DevelopmentEdit

Hirokazu Koyama is the weapon designer.[4]

ReferencesEdit

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 Fate/Grand Order material II - Jeanne d'Arc, p.182-191
  3. 3.0 3.1
  4. Fate/Apocrypha material - OTHER Designs: Luminosité Eternelle, p.124-125