Flèche / Lame

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Flèche & Lame
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Japanese Name

Flèche and Lame are two lesser antagonists in Puella Magi Tart Magica: The Legend of "Jeanne d'Arc". They are the only two magical girls in Isabeau's army who are named.

General info

Physical features

  • Eye colour:
  • Hair colour:

Other

  • Soul gem: Fleche: Oval on the chest; Lame: Triangular hairclip on the side of her head.
  • Weapon: Flèche: Bow and magical arrows; Lame: Broadsword
  • Wish:
  • Japanese pronoun:


Summary

Both magical girls were forced to contract under Isabeau against their wills. Once contracted, they lost their free will and acted much like mindless slaves under the orders of Isabeau, and by extension, her daughters Minou, Lapin and Corbeau.

Powers

Lame doesn't demonstrate any notable powers in her short appearance at the beginning of volume one, easily succumbing to Tart and Elisa's attacks. Minou immediately turns her into a witch and sets her onto Tart and her friends.

Flèche is shown to be able to summon magical arrows that she fits to her bow. She was able to concentrate her magic into an attack powerful enough to tear a hole into Tart's shoulder and mortally wound her. She was also shown to be able to run along the side of a castle wall horizontally.

Observations

  • While we don't know the full extent of their powers, Flèche was powerful enough to mortally wound Tart and would have succeeded in killing her had Melissa not wished to heal her wounds.

Etymology

  • Flèche is the French word for "arrow".
  • Lame is the French word for "sword".

Gallery

Flèche

Lame