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Fate/Apocrypha has released a pair of artworks based around Jean of Arc, and an interesting Saber of “Red” – helping to define Jean as a separate female, whilst also giving much welcomed Saber fanfare.

Jean of Arc is stunning as always, an attractive choice of battle garbs, particularly commendable for leggings and slight showing of skin. Naturally, one would take this blonde heroine as the “Saber” of Fate/Apocrypha, seeing as every Fate series likes to introduce its own flavor of its immensely popular leading girl, Saber – yet one must now wonder otherwise as the series shows us an image of the energetic and loose, Saber of “Red”.

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