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Lore[edit | edit source]

The loss of a loved one was the spark that ignited the fire within Bridgette. In the midst of her soul-splitting grief, she made a vow to her departed friend that she would change their land to bring about peace and happiness. Before the blood could stain it, she tore the blue dress from the cold body and fashioned it into a flag. Though none were present to take heed to Bridgette's cry for revolution, she felt compelled to carry the dying wish of the people.

Acquisition[edit | edit source]

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

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.

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