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Joan of Arc is the clone of Joan of Arc and the deuteragonist of Clone High. She is voiced by Nicole Sullivan
Original Character Description
It's tough to follow in the footsteps of someone who heard the voice of God at age 13, led the French army at age 17, and was burned at the stake at age 19. Just ask Joan of Arc. She's managed to accomplish exactly none of these things. But most disappointingly, she can't even get Abe to see her as more than just "one of the guys." Sigh. Being Joan of Arc is no picnic, but luckily her cynical attitude and wry wit keep her afloat. She's a counterculture girl who isn't afraid to speak her mind while she searches for deeper meaning and artistry in the shallowness of high school.
In the final episode JFK told Joan that he always likes her when she is being herself and Joan sleeps with him. Afterwards she spots Abe and this makes her feel guilty and shocked.
- "I want YOU!"- to Abe
Joan is cynical, emotional, calm, short-tempered and pessimistic. She is grouchy sometimes and complains. She cares a lot about Abe.
Joan wears a black long-sleeved shirt and green jeans with heavy black boots. She has very pale skin and short dark red hair, and wears black eyeliner, purple lipstick and a black choker around her neck.
JFK- He frequently tries to get Joan's attention and develops a crush on her later in the series. She likes him and they get along well. Joan used to injure him in response to his direct and inappropriate sexual language.
- She is set to appear in the reboot of Clone High which was announced in July 2020.