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  • I have bad memory of beating the game, but what exactly is the relationship between Ujiyasu and Kai? I was certain that when you beat the nation in the main story, Kai calls Ujiyasu "dad", but when I look at the info in Samurai Warriors, she's simply the retainer. Maybe I got it mixed up and assumed Kai meant dad if she called Ujiyasu "old man" (because she does do that in Samurai Warriors with a slip of the tongue.
    • From what I understand, they were changed to being parent and child in this game because, in the original franchise, Kai simply has a crush on Ujiyasu, and they didn't want to freak people out with that big of an age difference so they made it more family-friendly for this game.
      • I thought they were Uncle and Niece?
      • When you evolve Ujiyasu, his warrior skill becomes "Father-Figure". That could contribute to some confusion as well.
  • Why aren't Kyogre and Kyurem in the game? It'd be one thing if only one member of the trios they belonged to was in the gamenote , but it seems odd to have 2/3rds of each of their respective trios in the gamenote . While it's true that it would be impossible to give a legendary Pokemon to every Warlordnote , it seems like it wouldn't have been THAT hard to include 1-2 more legendary Pokemon in the game. Also, as noted in the YMMV section, it would've been a better fit thematically for Mitsuhide's legendary to be Kyurem instead of Arcticuno. And while it's true that Rayquaza could stop Groudon if it went on a rampage, Rayquaza only appears in cases where BOTH Groudon and Kyogre's abilities are out of control - no Kyogre, no Rayquaza!
    • I don't have an answer for Kyogre, but Kyurem was merely a Bonus Boss in Pokémon Black & White. While he gained significance in the sequels, there's precedent in lore for Reshiram and Zekrom to have the spotlight without him.


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