History VideoGame / PokemonConquest

14th Jan '17 7:24:27 PM Geodude6
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** Additionally, in Mitsuhide and Motochika's episodes, Nobunaga was given a Hydreigon[[note]]which is partially based off the Yamata no Orochi of Japanese myth[[/note]].
14th Jan '17 1:11:41 PM Geodude6
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The game is set in the fictional region of Ransei, where warriors fight alongside Pokémon. You play as a young person who befriends an Eevee and has recently become the Warlord (leader) of a kingdom named Aurora. Legend states that he (or she) who conquers all of Ransei will unleash the Legendary Pokemon that created it. You must race to conquer all the other kingdoms before a Warlord named Nobunaga can, or else he will destroy the region. After completing the main story you further unlock bonus side-stories where the supporting Warlords each get their turn as the protagonist of their own focused tale with varying plots, such as a competition between the ninja Warlords, a beauty contest between the female Warlords, or trying to conquer enemy nations and/or recruit a large army to prove their worth to doubting enemies.

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The game is set in the fictional region of Ransei, where warriors fight alongside Pokémon. You play as a young person who befriends an Eevee and has recently become the Warlord (leader) of a kingdom named Aurora. Legend states that he (or she) they who conquers all of Ransei will unleash the Legendary Pokemon that created it. You must race to conquer all the other kingdoms before a Warlord named Nobunaga can, or else he will destroy the region. After completing the main story you further unlock bonus side-stories where the supporting Warlords each get their turn as the protagonist of their own focused tale with varying plots, such as a competition between the ninja Warlords, a beauty contest between the female Warlords, or trying to conquer enemy nations and/or recruit a large army to prove their worth to doubting enemies.
3rd Jan '17 12:05:53 PM treehugger0369
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** Your starting Eevee, as an unevolved Pokemon, has somewhat low stats and a medium-power "Quick Attack" (its pluses being a fast movement range and "Celebrate" ability which gives a free turn every time it lands a KO) and may start lagging behind other Mons once you get the ability to befriend (stronger) wild Pokemon. Its evolutions on the other hand are quite powerful, but aside from one free set of fire/thunder/water stones for its original three forms, the game doesn't explain how to acquire the other four.

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** Your starting Eevee, as an unevolved Pokemon, has somewhat low stats and a medium-power "Quick Attack" (its pluses being a fast movement range and "Celebrate" ability which gives a free turn every time it lands a KO) and may start lagging behind other Mons once you get the ability to befriend (stronger) wild Pokemon. Its evolutions on the other hand are quite powerful, but aside from one free set of fire/thunder/water stones for its original three forms, the game [[GuideDangIt doesn't explain how to acquire the other four.]] (Though considering two of those four--Leafeon and Glaceon--are location-based evolutions, it's not hard to make an educated guess for those at least.)
3rd Jan '17 11:32:33 AM treehugger0369
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** [[spoiler: It's very possible that, at the end of the Legend of Ransei story, your best pokemon on your hero/heroine is more powerful than Arceus, who you are forced to use.]]

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** [[spoiler: It's very possible that, at the end of the Legend of Ransei story, your best pokemon on your hero/heroine is more powerful than Arceus, who you are forced to use. Especially true if you chose to evolve Eevee into Glaceon, which would be able to attack Rayquaza for ''4x damage'' if only you were allowed to use it.]]
31st Dec '16 6:35:42 AM Doug86
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Announced in December 2011, released on March 17th, 2012 in Japan, June 18th, 2012 in North America, June 21st, 2012 in Australia and July 27th, 2012 in Europe, franchise giant ''Franchise/{{Pokemon}}'' [[{{Crossover}} crosses over]] with, of all things, ''NobunagasAmbition'', a real-time strategy series known to [[NoExportForYou Japan more than America]]--and yet, it still [[AvertedTrope got a release there.]]

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Announced in December 2011, released on March 17th, 2012 in Japan, June 18th, 2012 in North America, June 21st, 2012 in Australia and July 27th, 2012 in Europe, franchise giant ''Franchise/{{Pokemon}}'' [[{{Crossover}} crosses over]] with, of all things, ''NobunagasAmbition'', ''VideoGame/NobunagasAmbition'', a real-time strategy series known to [[NoExportForYou Japan more than America]]--and yet, it still [[AvertedTrope got a release there.]]



* {{Crossover}}: ''Franchise/{{Pokemon}}'' [[XMeetsY meets]] ''NobunagasAmbition'', [[ReusedCharacterDesign although the character designs are reused from]] ''VideoGame/SamuraiWarriors''.

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* {{Crossover}}: ''Franchise/{{Pokemon}}'' [[XMeetsY meets]] ''NobunagasAmbition'', ''VideoGame/NobunagasAmbition'', [[ReusedCharacterDesign although the character designs are reused from]] ''VideoGame/SamuraiWarriors''.



* LighterAndSofter: To the ''NobunagasAmbition'' side of the crossover's usual fare, anyway.

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* LighterAndSofter: To the ''NobunagasAmbition'' ''VideoGame/NobunagasAmbition'' side of the crossover's usual fare, anyway.
20th Nov '16 3:35:20 AM SeptimusHeap
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* InstantAwesomeJustAddNinja: With UsefulNotes/HattoriHanzo, UsefulNotes/FuumaKotaro, Kunoichi, and Nene, amongst several other generic {{Ninja}} Warriors. Curiously, none of the best ninja-like Pokémon are native to Ransei, so these guys have to make do with mostly Dark and Poison types.
21st Oct '16 10:38:59 AM dlchen145
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* {{Badass}}: A lot of the [[http://imgur.com/jjBhzzJ Pokémon portrait sprites]], which is fitting with the game's more-serious tone compared to the core series. Hell, a majority of the smaller, cuter, and/or pre-evolved ones [[TookALevelInBadass took a]] ''[[TookALevelInBadass serious]]'' [[TookALevelInBadass level in badass]], notably the Eeveelutions, Jigglypuff, Petilil, the Sewaddle family, Anorith, Scraggy, Aron, and Zorua.
5th Aug '16 7:22:17 PM DrakeClawfang
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* {{Expy}}: The Warlords and their Perfect Links aren't given development, but they do have exclusive portraits whenever their Warlords react that heavily mirror their attitudes (except for Oichi's Jigglypuff, who reacts defensively whenever she is scared). This leads to amusing implied situations where Motonari's Serperior is BrilliantButLazy, Hanbei's Raichu is a HeavySleeper, Magoichi's Sceptile is a CasanovaWannabe, and [[DudeLooksLikeALady Ranmaru]]'s Lucario is...[[AmbiguouslyGay uh]]...for Nobunaga's [[RatedMForManly Zekrom]].
5th Aug '16 1:56:53 PM BoyNinja
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* {{Expy}}: The Warlords and their Perfect Links aren't given development, but they do have exclusive portraits whenever their Warlords react that heavily mirror their attitudes (except for Oichi's Jigglypuff, who reacts defensively whenever she is scared). This leads to amusing implied situations where Motonari's Serperior is BrilliantButLazy, Hanbei's Raichu is a HeavySleeper, Magoichi's Sceptile is a CasanovaWannabe, and [[DudeLooksLikeALady Ranmaru]]'s Lucario is...[[AmbiguouslyGay uh]]...to Nobunaga's [[RatedMForMaly Zekrom]].

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* {{Expy}}: The Warlords and their Perfect Links aren't given development, but they do have exclusive portraits whenever their Warlords react that heavily mirror their attitudes (except for Oichi's Jigglypuff, who reacts defensively whenever she is scared). This leads to amusing implied situations where Motonari's Serperior is BrilliantButLazy, Hanbei's Raichu is a HeavySleeper, Magoichi's Sceptile is a CasanovaWannabe, and [[DudeLooksLikeALady Ranmaru]]'s Lucario is...[[AmbiguouslyGay uh]]...to for Nobunaga's [[RatedMForMaly [[RatedMForManly Zekrom]].
5th Aug '16 1:56:27 PM BoyNinja
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* {{Expy}}: The Warlords and their Perfect Links aren't given development, but they do have exclusive portraits whenever their Warlords react that heavily mirror their attitudes (except for Oichi's Jigglypuff, who reacts defensively whenever she is scared). This leads to amusing implied situations where Motonari's Serperior is BrilliantButLazy, Hanbei's Raichu is a HeavySleeper, Magoichi's Sceptile is a CassanovaWannabe, and [[DudeLooksLikeALady Ranmaru]]'s Lucario is...[[AmbiguouslyGay uh]]...

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* {{Expy}}: The Warlords and their Perfect Links aren't given development, but they do have exclusive portraits whenever their Warlords react that heavily mirror their attitudes (except for Oichi's Jigglypuff, who reacts defensively whenever she is scared). This leads to amusing implied situations where Motonari's Serperior is BrilliantButLazy, Hanbei's Raichu is a HeavySleeper, Magoichi's Sceptile is a CassanovaWannabe, CasanovaWannabe, and [[DudeLooksLikeALady Ranmaru]]'s Lucario is...[[AmbiguouslyGay uh]]...to Nobunaga's [[RatedMForMaly Zekrom]].
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