Leader of Masses Marianne


The account of a single woman who had lead an entire country to ruin had been dubbed "the Nightmare Revolution". Marianne feared she had descended from that figure, for the ruling classes' oppression of the people incensed her more than anything. However, she was also afraid of the consequences. Yet as the life of newborn baby within her arms dwindled, that concern dissipated. She was now fully prepared to stand up for the weak and carry on the unfulfilled desires of the dead. The time had come to stage a revolution.


Added on July 4, 2014 as a part of Call of Liberty Card Pack.

  • Rereleased on January 9, 2015 in the Dragon's Hoard 8 Box Card Pack, drawnable only with UR Exchange Ticket.

Name originEdit

Marianne is a feminine name of French origin. A blend of Marie (Latin mare "sea") "star of the sea; bitterness; rebelliousness; wished-for child" and Anne (Hebrew) "favor or grace".

To the French, the name symbolizes their spirit for "liberty, equality and fraternity". Marianne is a national emblem of the French Republic, an allegory of liberty and reason, and a portrayal of the Goddess of Liberty.

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