Third girl of the series. Somehow, I keep thinking of a few humoristic situations happening to her, despise being a tragic character. Desc by
Many years ago, a blacksmith's daughter heard God's call to join the crusades and liberate the holy land. Taking up the armor of a man, the young Louise set off to the East to fight for the Church, painting her shield with a Crusader's cross and wearing the white tabard of the Templar.
Her religious fervor did not last. Soon, she found herself entangled in debauchery and sin, a political pawn of the machinations of the leaders of the Crusades. As a cruel and merciless enforcer of the Templar edicts, her sword became feared throughout the Saracen ranks, so much that it was said that Saladin himself feared her as a Christian demoness made flesh.
Such were the circumstances under which Louise found herself visited one night by a Nizari assassin, who drove a dagger through her heart and slew her instantly. Little did she know, as her heart's blood ebbed from her wound, and the assassin raised his sword for a decapitating strike, that her nightmare had only begun. Re-raised by dark arts, the headless woman's spirit was forced into service on the side of those whom she had fought against, the spectral knight forced to slay her fellow crusaders over and over again in atonement for her sins. It was not until a sorceress found, recovered, and returned her missing skull to her that the curse was broken, and the spell over her destroyed.
That sorceress was named Michika, and Jehanne would be the first of her companions. Louise was by her side when Michika first founded the Moonlight Mansion, and has long since served her as a guardian and enforcer and as an unique treat for these clients with darker tastes, given the headless girl religiously believe that punishment can help her redeem her cursed soul. Louise is well aware that she owes her freedom and existence to the sorceress, and she lives to serve her in every way.