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Robert De Baudricourt
He is a typical professional military captain, handsome and filled with energy. It is because of his backing that Joan gets the first opportunity to show her military skills.
The Archbishop of Rheims
He is a well-fed political ecclesiastic of about 50 years of age. He is initially in favor of Joan, for he considers her to be an innocent religious girl; however, he goes against her when she crowns the Dauphin as the king.
Monseigneur de la Tremouille
He is the Lord Chamberlain and the commander-in-chief of the French army. He is an arrogant man who takes great offense when Joan is given the command of the army.
Gilles De Rais
He is a smart young man of twenty-five. A trend setter and a romantic, he has a small beard that is dyed blue.
He is the Canon of Bayeause and a very austere person. He is very eager to see Joan condemned as a heretic.
Canon de Courcelles
He is the Canon of Paris. He is a young priest of thirty who has helped in compiling sixty-four charges against Joan. He is very angry when the court dismisses most of the charges.
The man who oversees Joan's burning at the stake seems to be proud of his profession. After the execution is complete, he tells the Earl with detachment that he has completed his task and disposed of Joan's remains, as directed.