Faith in the gods naturally faded with time. While Joelyne tried to recognize it as a natural progression as much she could, she felt little compassion towards the unbelieving. Each person received the gods' blessings without prejudice, and each was taught compassion by them, yet Joelyne was sure that soon the humans would abandon their faith altogether. She also knew that those who had lost the gods' protection would perish in turn. And so she took it upon herself to cause the necessary revolution.
Added on November 10, 2014 as a final highest Reward in the Heroes Colosseo XVII, altogether 141 cards:
- Class SS 3 (x2), 4-5 (x2), 6-7(x2), 8-10 (x2), 11-15 (x2), 16-20 (x2), 21-25 (x2), 26-30, 31-40.
- Class S 1 (x2), 2-4 (x2), 5-8 (x2), 9-15 (x2), 16-30, 31-45.
- Class A 1 (x2), 2-4, 5-10, 11-15.
- Class B 1 (x2), 2.
- Class C 1.
Joelyne is a spelling variant of English feminine name Jolene. It could derived from the Middle English masculine name Joseph of Hebrew origin with the meaning "He (God) will increase". Or a 20th century blend using Jo as a prefix with the suffix -lene. Sometimes referred to as Jolie, meaning "pretty, beautiful" in French.
Featured on the banner of Heroes Colosseo XVII.
- Artwork by Crow God.