Lore[edit | edit source]
It lacked the dignity to be called a revolution. The anger and hatred that pervaded Bridgette's mind overtook her aspirations. As her misguided promise to her fallen countryman guided her foward, she left only destruction and cadavers in her wake. Bearing her ever-increasing burden of the dead, she continued until her revolution brought about the downfall of her land.
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Name origin[edit | edit source]
Bridgette (Bridgitte, Bridgit, Briget) is a female name of Celtic origin; the meaning of is "power, strength, vigor, virtue; exalted one". A spelling variant of the English, Irish, and Scottish name Bridget; Brigette (French and German); Birgid, Birgit and Birgitt (German and Scandinavian); Birgitte (Scandinavian and Dutch). In mythology Bridget is a Celtic goddess of fire and poetry.