|This article is about the Ladybug of 15th-century France. You may be looking for another Ladybug.|
Jeanne d'Arc, also known as Joan of Arc, was a French warrior approximately 600 years ago. She helped put Charles VII on the French throne during the Hundred Years' War. She was a past Miraculous holder, wielding the Ladybug Miraculous and transforming into a ladybug-themed superhero when Tikki inhabited them.
Jeanne has a scar over her right eye and the right side of her upper lip. Her hair is in a pixie cut. She wears silver armor with a ladybug-print tunic over the chain mail. To transform, she owned the Ladybug Miraculous.
If this past Ladybug Miraculous holder had the same powers are the current Ladybug (Marinette), she had enhanced abilities and the superpowers Lucky Charm and the Miraculous Ladybug. She also had a yo-yo, as seen on her hip in the image.
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|2. "Mr. Pigeon":||Absent||15. "Ladybug & Cat Noir (Origins - Part 1)":||Pictured|
|3. "Stormy Weather":||Absent||16. "Stoneheart (Origins - Part 2)":||Absent|
|4. "Timebreaker":||Absent||17. "Animan":||Absent|
|5. "Copycat":||Absent||18. "Simon Says":||Absent|
|6. "The Pharaoh":||Absent||19. "Pixelator":||Absent|
|7. "Lady Wifi":||Absent||20. "Guitar Villain":||Absent|
|8. "The Evillustrator":||Absent||21. "Kung Food":||Absent|
|9. "Rogercop":||Absent||22. "Gamer":||Absent|
|10. "Dark Cupid":||Absent||23. "Reflekta":||Absent|
|11. "Horrificator":||Absent||24. "The Puppeteer":||Absent|
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|13. "The Mime":||Absent||26. "Volpina":||Absent|
- Thomas Astruc drew Jeanne d'Arc in an image created for a fan-made charity magazine. She appears in the image with Hippolyta, Mudekudeku, and Ladybug (Marinette).
- The way Thomas depicts her hair is different from how historians agree her hair was. Most historians credit the bob hairstyle to Jeanne.
- Jeanne also appears in "Ladybug & Cat Noir (Origins - Part 1)" in an image based off the stained glass image of Saint George and the Dragon at Saint George's Hall in Liverpool, England.