Jeanne d'Arc burned

During the 14th and 15th century, The Hundred Years War between France and Britain saw a heroine emerge from the French side: Joan of Arc. Born a peasant, she led her country to many important victories against their enemies, but her claim of being led by divine guidance piqued the interest of the Templar Order.

The Templars discovered that the inspiration behind Joan's battles was in fact a First Civilization artifact known as the Sword of Eden. In order to take possession of the Sword, Joan of Arc was arrested, put on trial for heresy, and burned at the stake at the tender age of 19.