Joan was a peasant girl that lived in France. When she was 13, she believed that God spoke to her. Then, when Joan was 16, she ran away from "home" because God told her that she must help defeat the English and to help Charles become king.
I AM RUNNING AWAY!
Joan cut her hair and dressed as a "boy". She demanded to be a soldier and to help. Charles then gave Joan a test to find him in a crowd to see if God actually sent her to him. She passed the test and she was then welcomed to the French Army.
I think this one is King Charles?
While in battle, Joan was hit by an arrow in the shoulder. She pulled out the arrow by herself and continued to fight. After the battle, Charles was crowned King.
Around 80 kg away from France, The Burgundies captured Joan. Charles did not fight back to get Joan because she disobeyed him and did what she wanted to do. The Burgundies gave Joan then to the English. The English told Joan that she would be burned at the stake for her sins.
Oh, I really hope I don't get kidnapped.
Joan was held hostage and put into jail for witch craft, heresy, and for spreading false beliefs. The English told her to sign a Confession paper to say that she was lying about God talking to her. She signed it, but once she was told she would die anyway, she unsigned it saying that she believed that what she said before was true.
Dear God, please set me free!
She then got burned at the stake by the English. Many years later, she was found innocent and was called a Catholic Saint. She still remains in our history to this day.