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'''Jean de Lorrain''' is a [[hero]] unit available in the fifth [[Joan of Arc]] scenario, [[The Siege of Paris]] as well as the [[Scenario Editor]] in ''[[Age of Empires II: The Age of Kings]]''. He has the appearance of a [[Bombard Cannon]], though with improved stats.
 
'''Jean de Lorrain''' is a [[hero]] unit available in the fifth [[Joan of Arc]] scenario, [[The Siege of Paris]] as well as the [[Scenario Editor]] in ''[[Age of Empires II: The Age of Kings]]''. He has the appearance of a [[Bombard Cannon]], though with improved stats.
   
Jean de Lorrain is based on a cardinal of Reims during the late 1500s and 1600s. Lorrain, however, has never been recorded to have contact with Joan of Arc. As a further side note, Lorrain was active in the French efforts to rid France of English presence, by supplying arms to some French knights.
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Jean de Lorrain is based on Jean le Lorrain, a minor character that's briefly mentioned in Mark Twain's novel "[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Personal_Recollections_of_Joan_of_Arc Personal Recollections of Joan of Arc]". He is described as a "famous cannoneer", and the [[Duke D'Alençon]] approaches him and asks him to shoot down the largest and most dangerous of the English soldiers at a siege.
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Revision as of 07:54, January 25, 2017

Jean de Lorrain is a hero unit available in the fifth Joan of Arc scenario, The Siege of Paris as well as the Scenario Editor in Age of Empires II: The Age of Kings. He has the appearance of a Bombard Cannon, though with improved stats.

Jean de Lorrain is based on Jean le Lorrain, a minor character that's briefly mentioned in Mark Twain's novel "Personal Recollections of Joan of Arc". He is described as a "famous cannoneer", and the Duke D'Alençon approaches him and asks him to shoot down the largest and most dangerous of the English soldiers at a siege.

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