The world faced complete ruin. No matter how fervently Bauduin prayed, nothing changed. As a paladin, he had sworn to fight until the very end, yet he desired assurance that his inevitable sacrifice would not be in vain. He hoped that his life and dignity held significance, but there was nothing he could do but wait for divine providence to descend with the fluttering snow.
Baudoin (Baudouin, Bauduin) is a French variant of masculine name Baldwin (Old French, Old German); the meaning is "bold, brave friend". It is a two-element name derived from bald and wine with the meanings "bold, brave" and "friend" respectively. It was borne by Norman Crusader Baldwin of Boulogne, who was elected first king of Jerusalem in 1100.
- Due to mistake was first released as Defence Card.
- Artwork by Pencil1203.