What do we know about French girls?
I think they might speak French, but I'm not sure.
How can you confuse Jeannu with Arturia again?
The French was in the dark age and always sucking Britain's dick for technology advancements and just overall how their civilization should govern.
Whenever you post a French girl, just think of a poor man's Britain girl.
They are using perfume so it's fine.
But there's not a single good looking Brit girl.
Chloe Lemaire desu yo~
Allow me to educate your cul ignorant, petit bougnole! Ze stereotype zat ze French do not shower and shave came from ze Deuxième Guerre mondiale, quand l'eau était rare and expensive. Zey 'ad to do more important zings with ze little eau zey 'ad, like boire. Stop embarassing yourself, andouille.
HON HON FROU FROU CHARLES DE GAULLE POULET DE BRESSE
Modern French girl coming thru.
I'm waiting for her too.
>La Suède is ruled by ze 'ouse Bernadotte
échec et mat, Athées!
I don't have to "believe" it because it's a fact.
British girls are ugly as sin and you need to die if you think otherwise because your shit taste is sinful.
She was well... sort of "French", maybe. She served under Henry IV in the Hundred Years War and fought against Jeanne, which could make her either French or English depending on where exactly she's from.
The "Knight of Britannia" thing is completely anachronistic bull though, as:
1. Britain wasn't even a thing
2. By the Code Geass timeline Britannia isn't even Britain, but America after the monarchy abandoned Britain
Then again, why expect Nips to know European history?
>I'm honestly interested now as to how you came to that conclusion aside from superior 2d anime portrayal
It may have something to do with France having some of the lowest obesity rates in Europe and the UK the highest, despite the British eating peasant filth and the French eating the finest cuisine on this earth.
It's called the French Paradox.
>It may have something to do with France having some of the lowest obesity rates
But that doesn't connect to actual facial beauty as much as you would like to believe. It would have been a better argument if it was Canadian girls cause they're hotter than both in some respects. UK produces more supermodels than France does. French has a leg up with their small stomachs intake though.
Why are Alter versions so much better?
Is it true that french girls never take a bath?
America is so strong that it brought and continues to uphold peace and prosperity on the European continent, because yurokeks are so evil and bloodthirsty they couldn't do it themselves
She has a selfie stick. I think she's pretty sexually free.
>Why are Alter versions so much better?
Alter version improved shitty Saber a lot.
Didn't fail with Jeannu either.
>ze stereotype zat ze French do not shower and shave came from ze Deuxième Guerre mondiale, quand l'eau était rare and expensive
Allow me to intezect for a moment.
This is boulle. That stereotype comes from ze fact that ze nobles in ze court of Versailles were ze only ones who didn't take baths, in European higher society. Water, and bathz by extenzion, was feared because it opened up the pores of the skin, and it was wildly believed diseases entered the body through them.
Bourbon pls go.
I don't think you should have to pay for them but if you are going to have them then they should be unlockable by meeting certain conditions like in old school fighting games.
Oh wait you mean the results of Unlimited Saber Works which can also produce copies of non-Saber's at 3x the mana cost?
I'd just say it's the natural evolution of every artist and going back and rehashing while expecting Takeuchi to be able to recapture the feel of the original is just not going to happen since over time people's art styles get much simpler the more and more they draw as the evolution of repeated drawing leads to shortcuts which whether intentional or unintentional leads to characters looking like other characters.
Honestly it wouldn't be so bad if he gave his characters more than 5 hair styles.
Hell, even after Ciel's redesign all of the main characters have the exact same front bangs and Arc's vents have been toned down so heavily they might as well not be there at all.
Wada does Type-Moon art better than Takeuchi does.
I half-agree. I think he could do with more on the variation from but his entire job now is to draw the same characters visually day and night.
Nasu creating clones of characters, alternate versions of characters, characters that look the same but aren't actually the same. Basically forcing Takeuchi to repeat himself has dulled the art style but I cannot agree that Wada does it better.
No matter how terrible and copy-paste Takeuchi is and no matter how faithful to the older look Wada is. You cannot remove Takeuchi or Nasu from Type-moon and have it be Type-moon.
>mythical hero isn't a complete kek
Joan of Arc's story runs like this:
"I can hear the voice of god! He say we must go right!"
"Fuck, we should have gone left."
And then she died in agony. The End.
Still better than Arthur, though.
>hey kiddo I'm Gandalf, grab my sword
>sure mysterious old man
>surprise, you're the king's son so you'll have to be too, your dad just took you in out of pity
>So I've got this lovely country, a wonderful wife who surely isn't fucking every other knight of the table, possibly on the table itself, and all these honourable knights surrounding me? Better go rape some witch, I'm sure that'll turn out well
>Also go find me the Grail, because fuck having Knights when I need them
Then Mordred shows up. Whoops.
And so Arthur dies or goes into sleep for a really long time, ready for when his people are in their greatest hour of need! Not that, y'know, the modern Brit belongs to 'his people'. Another failure.
In some versions of the story, I guess. I mostly know that particular story with Lancelot, which was the way Galahad was conceived.
Whole thing's muddled as fuck because of the succesive interpretations there were.
>I mostly know that particular story with Lancelot
You mean the version written by Chrétien de Troyes, ie. the most famous version of the Arthurian legends?
Arthur is so keked, his own people* can't even write decent stories about him. They need the French to do it for them.
*those "people" being the Welsh, not the English
Hard to say. If we're going by Grand Order, Ruler takes half damage from Saber.
On the other hand her NP stuns herself for two turns, while Saber's Excalibur is pretty good.
In the end I'd give it to Saber, honestly. Jeanne is more support and can't quite dish out the same damage Saber can.
>French and not dirty Brit
>Pure and not a magical futa
>Died for her country in flames
>Destroyed the English in campaigns
Why the fuck is Saber main girl when you have such a superior one right here?
>DO NOT SEXUALIZE THE SAINT
>England won the Hundred Years War
They should have but they didn't. The fact of the matter is the hundred year's war screw up led directly to the War of the Roses. Though in a case of real life shitposting, English and British monarchs claimed they were king of France until 1800. Should have put a Fleur de lis on the Union Jack.
Joan of Arc did however, accomplish nothing.
She and Emiya would've hit it off so well with their whole mercy schtick that I'm quite sure they would've been killed in the very beginning
As for Kiritsugu, I'm pretty sure he would have influenced her and turned her into a sort of Jeanne Alter type of character. His mercilessness for the sake of saving everyone and her "i have to save everyone" mentality are more alike than they think.
But France won by a landslide, you dingus
Fate threads are weird as fuck when you're called Gilles.
Is Jeanne you're waifu?
You're joking right? The Edward of England had a far better claim to the throne than Philip. You know what though, I was too hard when I said she did nothing. She's to France what the Alamo is to Texas.
Look at this.
Who in his right mind would like a Ruler like that?
>what do we know about French Girls
They look like this
just kidding I love France
Best frenchie coming though
Here's a French saint they'll never touch.
Sexualising the saint is a CAPITAL crime.
>Not that much liked to be honest
Yeah, and neither is Napoleon. It's not my fault the French started fucking hating everything good about themselves because it might hurt the feefees of some desert rats.
It's not lewd anon, saints are just like that.
Yo bonjour french /a/
I found a rare picture of a french anime (and none of that wakfu shit).
Its really short tho , it only has 1 episode where the battle starts.
>picture related : its the french anime.
Perhaps, but not as a blonde braided standard bearer anime girl with big tits. Makes me feel weird this is how the woman that literally saved my nation is portrayed centuries later.
Too pure for all this definetly.
Why are you sexualizing her, anons?
>>Sexualising the literal patron saint of my nation
>Why are you doing this Nips ?
How can you NOT sexualize that fucking body?
Not him, but the historical Jeanne was a 19 year old flatcheasted peasant girl that cut her hair short and could easily be mistaken for a boy. Not exactly the sexy cutie Japan turned her into.
I'm not. I respect her desire to murder filthy english scum.
Then again, Japan turns even hardened war generals into sexy cuties, so you can't be surprised when they sexualize an actual female.
Nonsense. What are you gonna tell us next, that Emperor Nero wasn't a cute girl?
Imagine Jeanne and Mashu scissoring.
Reminder that Gudako x Mashu is canon.
Japanese can even moe-ize cockroaches, you know. Nothing can stop them.
I know that one in particular requires two hard baguettes instead of just one in order to be fully satisfied. Girl's got an appetite.
>based drawfag did my request for both my daughterus
Fate/Apoc anime when?
Fate/Atraxia anime when?
He's one of the most powerful Servants in the franchise.
Mash has obtained the True Name of the Heroic Spirit possessing her.
The name of that knight is Galahad.
One of the Knights of the Round Table from Arthurian Legends.
The saint who was the only one to obtain the Holy Grail, just to return it to heavens.
Chaldea had success in summoning Heroic Spirits with its own original method, but what lies at its foundation is the "place where heroes assemble" - the shield held by Mash, which made use of the Round Table and became the catalyst for summoning Galahad.
It does really bother me the sexualization of Saints (Jeanne and Saint Martha) but does it more that Assassin-Martha ship. Like fucking WHY?
Your saint is a teenaged girl who dressed as a man and yet apparently couldn't hide her assets. What did you think was going to happen? At least be glad it isn't some other nation that's sexualizing her.
>And Saxon to boot.
It's like France exists purely to trigger England.
>England's great servant is a kekking who got BTFO by the Saxons
>Charlemagne has a Saxon paladin
>He also BTFO the Saxons
>While singing a badass song about shedding their blood
Actually it was some records from soldiers who served alongside her and saw her changing, and commented how despite her 'assets' they were not in any way sexually excited, and how that was the power of god moving through her. I've studied the Historic Jeanne extensively, even wanted to write my thesis on her.
It wouldn't even surprise me if that was true.
Jeanne could have been best girl of Fate, but Apocrypha reads like bad fanfiction, so Jeanne just falls in love with the first guy she meets for no raisin because they had to share a bed for a night
The fact that said guy has the personality of stale cardboard is just icing on the cake
No, someone tried to but she fought him off. They checked for her virginity at the trial and if she wasn't one it would have given them a much more valid reason to burn her at the stake than crossdressing.
I feel better about palette swaps than I do about redrawing the same characters and calling them different names.
I want boches to leave.
"Jeanne was okay. She's not a 10 but definitely around a 7"
-Charles de Gaulle
No, it was exactly the opposite, when the French conquered England in 1066, they brought civilization and advancement to a ravished Britain. And the island was ruled by French families for centuries.
As proof of that, most of the English vocabulary are French words. Even today the British national emblen is in French.
It wasn't until the first industrial revolution that the English started to catch up on their own.
More like Père Douleur Anale.
Correct, more like dumbass. Too bad he didn't live long enough to see how spectacularly his beyond grossly unreasonable terms backfired.
>anyone who faults him for his heinous stupidity is a Bosche
Yeah, nah, you're a cunt.
>Joan of Arc did however, accomplish nothing.
She created a national sentiment that evolved into the first modern nation.
France was the first country to achive a national identity as we understand it now.
Also, the Hundred Years War was a French civil war, it was the French guys who ruled France Vs the French guys who ruled England.
That was the French Revolution, and that had next to nothing to do with the hundred years war. None of the prime instigators of the French Revolution cared about Jeanne, they were all buys looking towards Brutus and the Tyrannicides.
>if she wasn't one it would have given them a much more valid reason to burn her at the stake than crossdressing
"Joan grew to be a healthy, strong peasent of square build. Her hair was black, her eyes brown, and her complexion swarthy. That's all we know of her looks. No one ever called her beautiful - though some remarked on her shapely figure."
Beyond the Myth: the Story of Joan of Arc, p18.
They couldn't convict her on Witchcraft because they couldn't prove that it was the Devil that had been speaking to her, so they essentially used her habit of dressing as a man against the laws of god and man as justification to burn her at the stake.
Back then being a bitchass whore was a capital crime. If the same rules applied today, 90% of women would be six feet under and the other 10% would be bitchass whores in secret.
On a more serious note, she was never persecuted for crossdressing. Her main charge was heresy, which is why she got a post-mortem retrial where she was cleared of all charges. Because all charges of heresy were dropped, it logically followed that she actually heard the voice of God and she was sanctified. Crossdressing had little to do with it.
Wrong on all accounts, they failed to convict her of heresy because she answered all of their theological trick questions flawlessly and avoided falling into their verbal traps. The only accusation they could make stick was the fact that she wore men's clothing, which was indeed true as she needed to out of necessity on the battlefield.
Later the Church reconsidered the ruling of that court, and decided that yes, there are valid reasons for women to wear men's clothing and that Joan fulfilled one of them, so she was not in fact guilty.
Keep in mind that the Church was never okay with the way the English coerced them into making that sham of a trial.
I love how when Arturia comes up, all you get is endless Monty Python quotes and blacking references, but when Jeanne comes up all the Historians come out of the woodwork and we get legitimate discussion about one of the most fascinating figures in Medieval History.
up until the turn of the century, women were generally considered inferior to men, not really people and more like property. Purity was demanded of them, but not of Men because Men made the rules.
>Inferior to men
>Not really people and more like property
Die in a fire. Women were queens, nobles, authors and up until the introduction of universal suffrage there were quite a few women with more votes than the grand majority of men simply because they owned enough land to be eligible for voting. Women in Britain had voted for centuries before "female voting rights" were introduced.
Stop being a fucking retard. The difference between back then and today is that back then nobody was deluded enough to think men and women were equal.
Pretty surprised they gave Okita and Nobu decent Vas, and god damn they both look good
you had one job f/go
>Women were queens, nobles, authors and up until the introduction of universal suffrage there were quite a few women with more votes than the grand majority of men simply because they owned enough land to be eligible for voting.
That there were some women in the upper classes obviously doesn't invalidate the legal and historical record that demonstrates that in societies like medieval England women were according fewer personal and property rights, legal status passed through males, and cultural norms circumscribed women's behavior. You thinking they are inferior is just you being a /pol/shitter.
Joan of Arc is basically 2.5D. That's all.
They're not even that overpowered though. Okita is basically Sasaki-tier down to having almost identical stats and abilities and Nobunaga despite specifically being super effective against mystery and divinity supposedly would have a hard time beating Gilgamesh still.
Nasu wanks India and Uruk much, much harder.
Would you feel better if some of the art includes
>He testified that he often saw her naked legs and breasts and that “....she was a young girl, beautiful and shapely....” D’Alençon said “....I slept with Joan and the soldiers ‘on the straw,’ and sometimes I saw Joan get ready for the night, and sometimes I looked at her breasts, which were beautiful.” Yet—all of Joan’s men—Jean de Metz, Bertrand de Poulengy, d’Alençon, d’Aulon, Thibault, the men who slept on the ground beside her and saw her in her lovely nakedness, were adamant that they never felt carnal lust for her. Thibault elaborated that while they sometimes felt a carnal urge for Joan, they “never dared give way to it....” They saw a saintly goodness in her and it was shame that prevented them from making advances on her. They felt an exalted pure love for her that they could not bear to sully with carnal words much less deeds.
>Frances Gies, in her Joan of Arc: The Legend and the Reality describes the natural charm that drew fighting men to the Maid. Gies asserts that low-born peasant girl Joan had the cheerful boldness to address the great noble d’Alençon with the familiar “tu” form rather than the formal “vous” form as would have been appropriate. Joan also, says Gies, kept up a “playful” rapport with d’Alençon, calling him her “gentle duke” and “pretty duke.” D’Alençon, by his own testimony, was enraptured by Joan from the moment he met her and her informal playfulness must have been part of what charmed him.
>De Metz testified that though he slept on the ground right next to Joan he “was in such awe of her that I would not have dared go near her; and I tell you on my oath that I never had any desire or carnal feelings for her.” Yet, only a little bit later in his testimony, he proclaimed “....I was on fire with what she said, and with a love for her which was, as I believe, a divine love.” Jean Barbin testified that “The soldiers considered her a saint.”
>you will never be in the presence of the Maid of Orleans
Sounds like she got summoned by a pervy master who essentially begged to have sex with her until she relented and it's turned into a routine of sorts for them.
Going off of the impassioned grunts and moans that the guy is giving, sex with Martha must be like tasting heaven through your penis. Unfortunately, going off her expression and her mutterings, it doesn't sound like she enjoys it nearly as much as he does.
hey guys has anybody seen FAVAROOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO?
I just hate them.
They just really fucking suck,
Their language, culture, and how no matter what they say or do, they come off as arrogant.
Just unpleasant people, man.
Still, I'd fight along side them if it meant fighting with Joan.
Is that some sort of trick question? Joan of Arc's execution.
Great to date, great to fuck, bad to mate. Unless you don't mind a swinging, kekholding, or cheating wife.
They love having affairs as a forbidden thrill. This also applies to French males. It's like an enduring carryover from the dark ages when such things were more common.
Are we still talking about French girls?
Perrine is the best girl in all of history
She was a bad noble. Perrine is a good noble.
> apparently more interested in having sex than doing his job as a Master and gathering materials
Gathering mats is shit though and if he did she'd get replaced by Drake eventually
Martha got a winner and she's too baka to realize it
>On the person whose body she's "borrowing", sure.
Jeanne did a compatability check which ran the appearance. It's a close match. Plus if memory serves, historical Jeanne was described as having a nice rack
I dount he'd even be luck enough to summon her.
Why does France always win?
>What do we know about French girls?
That D'eon is the best
That was a pretty good version of her. Why does popular culture always make her blonde though? At first i was gonna ask why do Nips do this, but the west does it a lot too.
Nothing is more hotter than a beautiful well endowed blonde blue eyed girl in armor leading an army. Bonus points if she's pure as fuck.
It's an ideal girl crammed into one package. Plus
who says an imitation can't surpass the original?
>French food didn't become good until an Italian queen brought her Italian cooks with her in the eighteenth century.
Maria de Medici married into the French royal family a bit earlier though, I think right after the Hundred Years War. That said, of course Italian cuisine had a massive impact on France. Hell, Italian EVERYTHING had a massive impact on France, French only became a cultural powerhouse because Francis I invited over Leonardo da Vinci (who took the Mona Lisa with him). There's no shame in Franco-Italian brotherhood.
I did French in high school, then did it in an independent institution after I graduated (Alliance Française). I don't know what high schools are like in your country, but AF learned me more in three months than high school in three years.
The OG of traps.
>Born a man
>Dressed up as a woman for most of his life
>Became a spy for the king
>Sometimes "dressed up" as a man during his career
>A man who dressed up as a woman who dressed up as a man
>He would sometimes fight and win duels in a dress
>Only after he had died did they discover that he was actually a man all along
Nips do it because to them, every Westerner is blonde. French, British, German, American, Italian... all blondes. For Westerners, probably because blonde hair is seen as a sign of beauty and youth, which would fit her saintly beauty image.
same fucking face
also Servants can be summoned at any age. Jeanne was probably flatter than Arturia at 15 and Arturia has bigger boobs and curves when she's older as we know with Lancer Alter.
French girls are strangers who has found
an even stranger war.
>dat damn body
I just can't get past this thread, no matter what
Nips are fascinated by Marie Antoinette, for some reason. They're somehow stuck with the vision the French had of here (and an even more "romantic" vision, actually), the one where she was simply some sort of very naive and innocent princess than has been toyed by fate, while Louis XVI had most of the blame.
Nowadays, historians and researchers are far less harsh on Louis XVI, who is seen has simply not competent enough to help the country to recover from the absoluted fuckfest his predecessors (XIV and XV) left to him, but was relatively good-willed and had sincere concern for the country and the people (as far as such a noble could have in this era). On the other hand, Marie-Antoinette was not really as naive as she was made out to be, but more like a very capricious kid, totally uneware of the situation, and extremely corrupted and wastrel for her own pleasure.
U wot m8? It was called the Grande Siècle for a reason. If there was any way he messed up, it was outliving all the heirs he had groomed to succeed him (including Le Grand Condé).
Louis XV was probably the clueless child with no idea what to do.
As for Louis XVI, I agree that he is not as bad as he's often depicted but still very much to blame for the Revolution. He started out reviving the General Estates (comparable to the British Parliament give or take some minor differences), but refused to give the Bourgeoise the rights they wanted, which led to the storming of the Bastille and the establishment of the Kingdom of the French (as opposed to the Kingdom of France). It could've been all fine and dandy if he didn't attempt to escape to Austria to ask his father in law to invade his OWN COUNTRY. In fact, if he had been as placant and incompetent as Louis XV, the Revolution could've been avoided. He was an Enlightened Despot afraid to go all the way.