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                   |            Pokémon Conquest           |
                   |           An FAQ/Walkthrough          |
                   |             By KeyBlade999            |
                   |                                       |
                   |           Total Data: 438 KB          |
                   |         Current Version: v2.21        |
                   |   Time of Update: 8:52 PM 7/12/2012   |
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 |                        QUICK NOTES TO THE READER:                        |
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 |  Some of the elements of this game seem to have a bit of randomness      |
 |  due to certain things being triggered at certain times in the game. The |
 |  walkthrough, as far as the optional recruiting battles go, will assume  |
 |  that you've followed the walkthrough thus far and are at the same       |
 |  in-game month/year I was. Otherwise, few things will be similar between |
 |  your playthrough and mine: the kingdom battles and a few others are     |
 |  pretty much it. I apologize for any inconvenience that this may cause.  |
 |                                                                          |
 |  Also, throughout the walkthroughs, I mention stuff about a certain      |
 |  unknown recruitment condition for the special gold-background Warriors. |
 |  The condition is to beat them with another special Warrior - the hero,  |
 |  Oichi, or another recruited Warlord for instance. I haven't filtered    |
 |  these out yet, which is why I'm telling you now.                        |
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  [Section Title] ........................................... [CTRL+F Tag]

  -1. Donations ............................................. **CONQUEST_-1**
   0. Table of Contents ..................................... **CONQUEST_0**
   1. Introduction .......................................... **CONQUEST_1**
   2. Version History ....................................... **CONQUEST_2**
   3. Legalities ............................................ **CONQUEST_3**

   4. Pre-Credits Walkthrough ............................... **CONQUEST_4**
     -- Our First and Second Kingdoms: Aurora and Ignis ..... **CONQUEST_41**
     -- Our Third Kingdom: Greenleaf ........................ **CONQUEST_42**
     -- Our Fourth Kingdom: Fontaine ........................ **CONQUEST_43**
     -- Our Fifth Kingdom: Violight ......................... **CONQUEST_44**
     -- Our Sixth Kingdom: Chrysalia ........................ **CONQUEST_45**
     -- Our Seventh Kingdom: Pugilis ........................ **CONQUEST_46**
     -- Our Eighth and Ninth Kingdoms: Terrera and Illusio .. **CONQUEST_47**
     -- Our Tenth Kingdom: Cragspur ......................... **CONQUEST_48**
     -- Our Eleventh Kingdom: Avia .......................... **CONQUEST_49**
     -- Our Twelfth Kingdom: Viperia ........................ **CONQUEST_410**
     -- Our Thirteenth Kingdom: Yaksha ...................... **CONQUEST_411**
     -- Our Fourteenth Kingdom: Valora ...................... **CONQUEST_412**
     -- Our Fifteenth Kingdom: Nixtorm ...................... **CONQUEST_413**
     -- Our Sixteenth Kingdom: Spectra ...................... **CONQUEST_414**
     -- Our Seventeenth Kingdom: Dragnor .................... **CONQUEST_415**
     -- The Final Fight! .................................... **CONQUEST_416**

   5. Post-Credits Walkthrough .............................. **CONQUEST_5**
     -- Story Unlocking Conditions .......................... **CONQUEST_50**
     -- Happily Ever After (Hideyoshi) ...................... **CONQUEST_51**
     -- The Burden of Peace (Ieyasu) ........................ **CONQUEST_52**
     -- The Way of the Warrior (Yukimura) ................... **CONQUEST_53**
     -- The Joy of Battle (Kenshin) ......................... **CONQUEST_54**
     -- Pride and Precociousness (Ginchiyo) ................. **CONQUEST_55**
     -- Tragic Determination (Mitsuhide) .................... **CONQUEST_56**
     -- A Shroud of Darkness (Kotaro) ....................... **CONQUEST_57**
     -- Not Worth Fighting Over ... 1 (Mitsunari) ........... **CONQUEST_58**
     -- Teaching Them a Lesson (Nene) ....................... **CONQUEST_59**
     -- The Reluctant Genius (Hanbei) ....................... **CONQUEST_510**
     -- The Unparalleled Warrior (Tadakatsu) ................ **CONQUEST_511**
     -- A Ninja amongst Ninjas (Hanzo) ...................... **CONQUEST_512**
     -- Archenemies (Shingen) ............................... **CONQUEST_513**
     -- Time to Battle! (Kunoichi) .......................... **CONQUEST_514**
     -- Land of Love and Righteousness (Kanetsugu) .......... **CONQUEST_515**
     -- Love is a Battlefield (Aya) ......................... **CONQUEST_516**
     -- The Final Gamble (Yoshihiro) ........................ **CONQUEST_517**
     -- Blowing in the Wind (Muneshige) ..................... **CONQUEST_518**
     -- Ransei's Legendary Beauty (No) ...................... **CONQUEST_519**
     -- All Grown Up (Gracia) ............................... **CONQUEST_520**
     -- The Rebel (Motochika) ............................... **CONQUEST_521**
     -- That Which He Holds Dear (Ujiyasu) .................. **CONQUEST_522**
     -- Not Worth Fighting Over ... 2 (Kiyomasa) ............ **CONQUEST_523**
     -- The Rose of Ransei (Oichi) .......................... **CONQUEST_524**
     -- The Visionary's Quest (Kanbei) ...................... **CONQUEST_525**
     -- Grace and Beauty (Ina) .............................. **CONQUEST_526**
     -- Pokémari and Me (Yoshimoto) ......................... **CONQUEST_527**
     -- The Dragon's Dream (Masamune) ....................... **CONQUEST_528**
     -- Putting the Books Down (Motonari) ................... **CONQUEST_529**
     -- This One Goes Out to My Fans (Magoichi) ............. **CONQUEST_530**
     -- Simply the Best (Kai) ............................... **CONQUEST_531**
     -- Not Worth Fighting Over ... 3 (Masanori) ............ **CONQUEST_532**
     -- The Road to Conquest (Nobunaga) ..................... **CONQUEST_533**
     -- The Two Heroes of Ransei (Main Character) ........... **CONQUEST_534**

   6. Pokémon Gallery Data .................................. **CONQUEST_6**
   7. Regular Warriors' Gallery Data ........................ **CONQUEST_7**
   8. Special Warriors' Gallery Data ........................ **CONQUEST_8**


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|  CTRL+F Tag: **CONQUEST_1**  |
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Welcome to another FAQ of mine. This FAQ covers what is actually my first DS
game in about seven months. Pokémon Conquest is an experiment made by Nintendo;
at least, from the gamers' viewpoint. Never before has Nintendo actually made
a real crossover game between two RPG series.

Square Enix tried a similar thing almost a decade ago. They created the widely
acclaimed Kingdom Hearts series, a mix between Final Fantasy and Disney. Bad
conceptually, but great in practice.

Nintendo now got on the bandwagon by making an RPG crossover as well. (They
have done crossovers, mind you, just not for RPGs.) So, what series did they
choose? The Pokémon series, known for its expansiveness when it comes to
completionism, was one, obviously. Nobunaga's Ambition's own series is
relatively mysterious to the younger generation of players, as it hasn't had a
new entry in many, many years. And it is still rather unknown (or unable to be
FAQ'ed) -- it had a "Retro FAQ Bounty" some time back.

So, anyhow, crappy introduction aside, I have an FAQ for you to read and
receive help. Enjoy.



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v0.00 - Haven't gotten the game *yet*; just finished up my final checks on the
        formatting I placed a few weeks back.  1:05 AM 6/20/2012

v0.50 - We've conquered nine of the seventeen kingdoms in the walkthrough,
        which I think makes it half-done.  1:52 AM 6/21/2012

v0.75 - Renamed each sub-section of the walkthrough to make it a bit easier to
        comprehend. Also finished through the thirteenth kingdom, which makes
        the walkthrough about 75% done.  1:26 AM 6/22/2012

v1.00 - Completely finished the pre-credits walkthrough and prepared the format
        for the post-credits walkthrough's initial eight side-stories.
        2:30 AM 6/23/2012

v1.30 - Got down the details on ten of the thirty-three side-stories. Now I
        just have to work on beating them to get more.  12:23 AM 6/24/2012

v1.60 - Have details on another nine of the side-stories. Progress is really
        going slow; after all, there's little I can do in the way of making a
        decent walkthrough, so most of my time is idly spent playing this or
        working on other FAQs.  8:21 PM 6/27/2012

v1.70 - Another five side-stories' details obtained.  3:12 AM 6/29/2012

v1.90 - Lacking all but two side-stories as of now and I started up the Pokémon
        Gallery Data; 25% done there, and format placed for the rest.
        1:15 AM 7/8/2012

v2.01 - Finished the walkthroughs, finally... Also have the Pokémon Gallery
        about 70 ~ 75% done.  2:18 AM 7/9/2012

v2.12 - Completed the Pokémon Gallery; about 20% done with the Regular Warrior
        Gallery.  12:45 AM 7/10/2012

v2.20 - I guess I'm done with this guide minus various potential errors. But I
        guess I've comprehensively finished this FAQ. Yay!
          ~~ Time Thus Far : About three weeks.
          ~~ File Size     : 432 KB.
          ~~ Time of Update: 12:28 AM 7/11/2012.

v2.21 - Went in a bit further on the 34th side-story, and added difficulty data
        to those sections, and corrected errors regarding Sweet Song.
        8:52 PM 7/12/2012



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publicly without advance written permission. Use of this guide on any other
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© 2012 Daniel Chaviers (a.k.a. KeyBlade999).

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Welcome to the bulk of this FAQ/Walkthrough. Within this section, you'll find
a wealth of information, guiding you from start to finish for this game. All of
the info is arranged in chronological order. This walkthrough has been divided
into some smaller sub-sections so you can find what you want more easily.
What these sub-sections are can be found by looking in the Table of Contents,
found near the top of the document.

And, before reading, read that big note above the Donations notice!


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 #               Our First & Second Kingdoms: Aurora & Ignis  **CONQUEST_41**#
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After you start up the game, opt to play a "New Game". You will be asked as to
whether you'll play as a boy or a girl, then be asked to give your 
(character's) name. Afterwards, after some of the most stunning graphics and
music ever on the DS -- well, kinda -- we'll begin in the kingdom of Aurora.

As you begin a conversation, everyone notices that you're the new Warlord of
their kingdom. They take note of your Eevee, a rather rare Pokémon (and common
in these side-games. Suddenly, some Warriors from Ignis, the nearby kingdom,
come to challenge to a battle in an attempt to take over your kingdom.

O----------------------------O-----------------------------------------O
|  Battle: Hideyoshi's Army  |  Turns: 20                              |
O----------------------------O-----------------------------------------O
|  Opponent Pokémon:         |  Win/Lose Conditions:                   |
|  -- Tepig (Fire)           |  -- Win by beating all enemies.         |
|  -- Bidoof (Normal)        |  -- Lose by having your Pokémon KO'ed.  |
O----------------------------O-----------------------------------------O

And thusly, you quickly begin your first-ever battle under a unique battling
system - at least, for Pokémon. It plays a bit like Final Fantasy Tactics
Advance, so you can go off that. Basically, you are allotted a set number of
turns -- 20 in this case -- and your Pokémon will fight the opposing army's.
These battles may have certain win/lose conditions. Here, it's simply beat all
enemies to win, and lose your Eevee to lose (because Eevee is your only
Pokémon right now).

As Hideyoshi begins their turn, an un-named character brings in her Jigglypuff
to help you out. This character will also give you the basics on moving your
Pokémon -- begin by selecting your Pokémon with the A Button twice, then using
the D-Pad to select the multi-color tile you want. However, you have to select
a certain tile for the purposes of the tutorial. Regardless, press the A Button
to opt to move the desired tile. At that point, you can "Fight" and battle, or
"Wait". Fighting only works when an enemy is nearby, so just wait for now.

On your next turn, Jigglypuff will automatically eliminate Bidoof with
Doubleslap. You need to move your Eevee next to the remaining Tepig and defeat
it. After moving next to it, opt to Fight, then opt for the facing facing
Tepig. Eevee will use Quick Attack and should very likely defeat Tepig, ending
the battle in your favor.

~~~

After the battle, your Link percentages will go up and you'll return to the
kingdom of Aurora. The other character will introduce himself/herself. They've
been on a journey with Jigglypuff for a while and wants to join your army. Of
course you should accept!

Eventually, you'll reach the overworld map of the Ransei region. I suggest
going under "Menu" to save your game, and perhaps investigating the other
various menus. Re-enter Aurora, now.

Back in town, you'll meet up briefly with another un-named character before
being made aware of the Farm, where some wild Pokémon can be found to meet
the current objective. After the scene ends, select the thing that is glowing
on the map and opt to send both characters.

O-----------------------------O-----------------------------------------O
|  Battle: Wild Pokémon       |  Turns: 10                              |
O-----------------------------O-----------------------------------------O
|  Opponent Pokémon:          |  Win/Lose Conditions:                   |
|  -- Starly (Normal/Flying)  |  -- Win by beating all enemies.         |
|  -- Bidoof (Normal)         |  -- Lose by having your Pokémon KO'ed.  |
O-----------------------------O-----------------------------------------O

Starly is weak to Rock, Ice, and Electric moves. It is immune to Ground and
Ghost. It's move, Quick Attack, has a one tile range and will do
super-effective damage to no one, half-damage to Rock and Steel, and nothing
to Ghost.

Bidoof is weak to Fighting, and immune to Ghost. Its move, Headbutt, has a
one-tile range and will super-effective damage to no one, half-damage to Rock
and Steel, and nothing to Ghost.

When this fight begins, you can safely just move as close to the enemy as
possible: Eevee to Starly and Jigglypuff to Bidoof. After the enemies' turn
in which they will likely attack, you, too, should Fight.

However, before you can, your partner will mention Pokémon's abilities: Eevee
has Celebrate, which allows a move after beating an enemy, and Jigglypuff can
use Lullaby, which can put nearby enemies to Sleep.

Since your enemies will probably run away after surviving your first attack,
chase them down and continue to defeat them.

~~~

After the battle, your partner will teach about Links. Links are like emotional
mutual bonds between a Warrior and his Pokémon; as they spend time together,
the Pokémon and the Warrior will begin to trust each other more and more. This,
in turn, allows the Pokémon to release more and more of its power, for the
Warrior commanding it is thought to know really what to do.

You'll also learn that you can only battle with your Pokémon or take them to
visit a location once a month. Lucky you, there's a "Next Month" button on the
screen when your Warriors are unavailable due to this reason.

As we watch the game progress into February, you'll notice Hideyoshi planning
an attack on Aurora. Anywho, once you gain control, re-enter Aurora and go
to the new feature, the Ravine, for a battle. Bring all of your whoppingly-huge
army.

O-----------------------------O-----------------------------------------O
|  Battle: Wild Pokémon       |  Turns: 10                              |
O-----------------------------O-----------------------------------------O
|  Opponent Pokémon:          |  Win/Lose Conditions:                   |
|  -- Wooper (Ground/Water)   |  -- Win by beating all enemies.         |
|  -- Meowth (Normal)         |  -- Lose by having your Pokémon KO'ed.  |
O-----------------------------O-----------------------------------------O

Wooper is weak to Grass (4x) only. It will be immune to Electric attacks.
It's move, Water Gun, will deal extra damage to Ground, Fire, and Rock types.
Water Gun is able to attack up to two tiles away. It also has the Deep Sleep
ability, which will let it restore HP while asleep.

Meowth is weak to Fighting and immune to Ghost. It can the move Fury Swipes,
which attacks an adjacent tile and deals super-effective damage to no one,
half-damage to Rock and Steel, and nothing at all to Ghost types.

As the battle begins, your partner will point out to you the Wooper and its
Water Gun. Well, this the point in the game where strategies slowly begin to
get more vague. Anyways, move Jigglypuff towards Wooper and Eevee towards
Meowth.

After the enemies' turn ends, your partner will mention how a Warrior can help
their Pokémon: through items, obviously, and Warrior Skills. Your partner's
skill is Sweet Song, which can heal all allies' HP. Yours is Top Speed, which
can increase attack range. These abilities can only be used once per battle,
and are used with the X Button when opting to move Pokémon.

Anywho, continue to get rid of your opponents. When Meowth went away, I noticed
a Treasure Box appeared. If you stand on that tile with a Pokémon, you can get
an item; I got a Fragment. This happens all of the time whenever you defeat any
Pokemon.

~~~

Advance to the next month afterwards. In March, some guys will come to you,
commenting on how you're merely training your Pokémon, but for what? Eventually
you'll have to invade another kingdom; after all, that elaborate event from
before meant something. Winning kingdoms can get Warriors and Pokémon to join
you.

Obviously, you have no choice now. Two months after their initial invasion, it
is time to pay a visit to Ignis. But this is no peaceful visit. Select the
kingdom of Ignis and opt to "Battle". Take your two Warriors with you.

O----------------------------O-----------------------------------------O
|  Battle: Hideyoshi's Army  |  Turns: 20                              |
O----------------------------O-----------------------------------------O
|  Opponent Pokémon:         |  Win/Lose Conditions:                   |
|  -- Tepig (Fire)           |  -- Win by beating all enemies.         |
|  -- Bidoof (Normal)        |  -- Lose by having your Pokémon KO'ed.  |
|  -- Chimchar (Fire)        |                                         |
O----------------------------O-----------------------------------------O

Tepig is weak to Rock, Ground, and Water. Its move, Ember, will hit a target
two tiles away. It deals super-effective damage to Grass, Ice, Bug, and Steel.
Like all Fire-type starter Pokémon, it has the Blaze ability, which will raise
its Attack once its HP is low.

Bidoof is weak to Fighting, and immune to Ghost. Its move, Headbutt, has a
one-tile range and will super-effective damage to no one, half-damage to Rock
and Steel, and nothing to Ghost.

Chimchar is weak to Rock, Ground, and Water. Its move, Ember, will hit a target
two tiles away. It deals super-effective damage to Grass, Ice, Bug, and Steel.
Like all Fire-type starter Pokémon, it has the Blaze ability, which will raise
its Attack once its HP is low.

Once the battle begins, Hideyoshi will comment on his Fire-themed arena,
where the fiery columns and the lava tiles will prevent you from coming near
him. But Fire-types like Tepig and Chimchar? They have free passage.

Also note the hot springs scattered around the battlefield. You can recover 
from a Burn in there.

Move your Pokémon how you will and, on the next turn, your partner will notice
that some fire pillars will go down as time progresses. Anyways, given how your
opponent may be moving, I would suggest keeping Jigglypuff and Eevee together,
because that will allow a double counterattack should you get attacked. Or you
can use your ability to speed Eevee to Bidoof and let Jigglypuff sing the other
opponents to sleep when they get close.

Continue to move and fight as you will. Just note that, when the volcano is
active, some rocks may fall from above to damage Pokémon. Consider them Fire
damage. And don't forget to use your partner's Sweet Song before using a
Potion.

~~~

Assuming you win the battle, you'll end up conquering your first of sixteen
kingdoms! Your Pokémon's moves should also get powered up!


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 #                       Our Third Kingdom: Greenleaf    **CONQUEST_42**     #
 ##                                                                         ##
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After the battle, your partner comments on how we should be making some new
allies soon enough. Suddenly, an unknown man comes up and scolds you for doing
this while lacking such knowledge. He was impressed with your battle, though,
and tells you that he is called Keiji. When you're ready to learn how to make
allies, come to Ignis Castle.

Once you regain control, opt to save and advance to the next month. Then opt
to enter Ignis Castle.

Keiji will come up to you and remember that he decided to teach you how to make
allies. Apparently, it's easy. Not all Warriors are part of an army; many are
often just unattached and, in effect, are mercenaries. Keiji mentions a cave
and how some of them may be in there. He admits to being a free-range Warrior
as well and leaves to go shopping.

So, there are three places you are currently able to go. I first recommend the
northern one, the Ponigiri Shop. There, you buy ponigiri. Ponigiri is much like
EV-stat boosters from previous Pokémon games, but it increases their Energy,
which I guess is how enthusiastic they are; as it goes higher, so does their
power. All Pokémon have different Energy levels, and the level will change
every three months. You can get freebies, so eat up. Twice seemed to suffice to
get Eevee at max Energy.

The other thing, besides the cave, is a basic shop. There, you can buy and sell
various items. The prices differ for every customer -- I assume it is because
of their Charisma level, and that the higher it is will lower prices. You
should have at least $1,200. All I found worth buying is a Super Potion or two.

Once you're ready, head to the cave with both characters.

O-----------------------------O-----------------------------------------O
|  Battle: Rikyu's Darumaka   |  Turns: 10                              |
O-----------------------------O-----------------------------------------O
|  Opponent Pokémon:          |  Win/Lose Conditions:                   |
|  -- Darumaka (Fire)         |  -- Win by beating all enemies.         |
|                             |  -- Lose by having your Pokémon KO'ed.  |
O-----------------------------O-----------------------------------------O

Darumaka is weak to Rock, Ground, and Water. It's move, Flame Wheel, can hit up
to two tiles away. That move deals super-effective damage to Ice, Bug, Steel,
and Grass. It has the Run Up ability, as well. This ability will raise Attack
in a manner proportionate to the distance it moves.

The battle begins with your partner noting the fact that Warriors are, indeed,
in here. Rikyu comes up and offers to join your group, if you impress him by
winning in four turns. With a two-on-one, that's hardly hard.

I'd begin by using Top Speed to move Eevee right onto the Treasure Box on the
field to find a Potion, then move Jigglypuff towards Darumaka. Darumaka, at
least for me, will move between the two of you and not attack. So you should
attack with both Pokémon. Darumaka still fails to attack; finish him on the
next turn.

~~~

After the battle, you select the Warriors you want to recruit. Since we send a
fair number into battle, it is worth recruiting Rikyu. Plus, Fire-types allow
us to begin abusing type disadvantages in earnest.

Rikyu has the Warrior Skill of Detox - it removes all paralysis and poisoning
from allies. He has the Darumaka from the previous battle.

To recruit Warriors, you must win in four turns, win by using a move that is
super-effective on their Pokémon, or win without taking damage. Sometimes,
there are also other special conditions you must fulfill.

As your partner comments on how nicely your army is growing, Mitsunari comes
by, mentioning that there *are* other kingdoms you can conquer, like Greenleaf
and Fontaine. Kiyomasa will note that Ignis used mostly Fire-types; this can
imply, for example, that Greenleaf will use mostly Grass-types, and other
kingdoms will specialize. Greenleaf and Fontaine don't really plan on
expanding, so now's our chance!

Continue to the next month. Now, though it may be optional, I recommend doing a
fight in the Cave again, this time to still recruit Warriors. After all, the
other two kingdoms will be using four Pokémon; why not us? Bring everyone
along.

O----------------------------------O-----------------------------------------O
|  Battle: Wild/Warriors' Pokémon  |  Turns: 10                              |
O----------------------------------O-----------------------------------------O
|  Opponent Pokémon:               |  Win/Lose Conditions:                   |
|  -- Charmander (Fire)            |  -- Win by beating all enemies.         |
|  -- Zubat (Poison/Flying)        |  -- Lose by having your Pokémon KO'ed.  |
|  -- Tepig (Fire)                 |                                         |
|  -- Tepig (Fire)                 |                                         |
O----------------------------------O-----------------------------------------O

Tepig is weak to Rock, Ground, and Water. Its move, Ember, will hit a target
two tiles away. It deals super-effective damage to Grass, Ice, Bug, and Steel.
It has the Blaze ability, which will raise its Attack once its HP is low.

The wild Tepig is weak to Rock, Ground, and Water. Its move, Ember, will hit a
target two tiles away. It deals super-effective damage to Grass, Ice, Bug, and
Steel. It has the Celebrate ability, which allows an extra turn upon defeating
an enemy.

Charmander is weak to Rock, Ground, and Water. Its Ember will hit a target
two tiles away. It deals super-effective damage to Grass, Ice, Bug, and Steel.
It has the Blaze ability, which will raise its Attack once its HP is low.

Zubat is weak to Psychic, Rock, Ice, and Electric, and is immune to Ground.
It's Wing Attack will hit an adjacent tile, and deals extra damage to Grass,
Bug, and Fighting Pokémon. Its ability, Inner Focus, prevents flinching.

Now, obviously, we want to recruit Tepig and Charmander -- the ones at the
corners of the field. How do we do this? Well, we have no super-effective moves
at our disposal, and I doubt we'll get out of this unscathed. Begin by sending
Eevee, with Top Speed, straight to the Tepig next to the raised platforms; let
Jigglypuff and Darumaka deal with Charmander.

Remember, do not deal with the wild Pokémon; focus solely on the owned ones so
as to win in less than four turns. Darumaka has to have one tile between him
and the target to actually attack. And these Pokémon will attack, by the way.

~~~

You'll want to recruit both Warriors. Takatora will use Charmander and has the
ability Added Bonus, which allows three turns from the use of it to make it
more likely enemies will gain statuses. Hideaki uses Tepig and has the Fortify
Warrior Skill, which will raise Defense for three turns.

Now, there's no Warriors in the Cave, nor at the Ravine or the Farm in Aurora.
You're free to choose what to do now. I personally recommend going to use some
Ponigiri to raise Pokémon's Energy who have down-pointing arrows to at least a
up-right-pointing arrow. Shop a little at the shop, too, if you want.

Okay, so where to go? Our party consists of Eevee, Jigglypuff, Tepig, Darumaka,
and Charmander: two Normal-types and three Fire-types. That territory around
Fontaine is a bit worrying, so I suggest the Grass-specializing Greenleaf. So
let's fight! Take all five Warriors.

O----------------------------O---------------------------------------------O
|  Battle: Montonari's Army  |  Turns: 15                                  |
O----------------------------O---------------------------------------------O
|  Opponent Pokémon:         |  Win/Lose Conditions:                       |
|  -- Snivy (Grass)          |  -- Win by getting all of the banners.      |
|  -- Pansage (Grass)        |  -- Lose by having your Pokémon KO'ed.      |
|  -- Sewaddle (Grass/Bug)   |  -- Lose by the enemy getting all banners.  |
|  -- Sewaddle (Grass/Bug)   |                                             |
O----------------------------O---------------------------------------------O

Snivy's picture looks a bit scary, huh? Anyways, it is weak to Fire, Ice, Bug,
Poison, and Flying. Its move, Vine Whip, will hit the tile in front of it and
the two next to it. That move will do extra damage to Ground, Rock, and Water.
It has the Overgrow ability, letting it do more damage once at low HP.

Pansage is also weak to Fire, Ice, Bug, Poison, and Flying. Its move, Vine
Whip, will hit the tile in front of it and the two next to it. That move will
do extra damage to Ground, Rock, and Water. It has the Melee ability, which may
have Pansage attack adjacent enemies during battle.

Sewaddle is weak to Fire (4x), Ice, Bug, Poison, Flying (4x), and Rock. Its
move, Bug Bite, will attack the enemy in front. It does extra damage to Grass,
Psychic, and Dark. One Sewaddle has the Grass Cloak ability, which raises
Defense while on grass terrain, while the other uses Stealth, which allows the
Sewaddle to evade the enemy's moves while on favorable terrain.

About the terrain of the area. Firstly, some of the bushy areas will grow some
vines at times to make a bridge. Secondly, the light-green hay patches mark
secret passages that are, in effect, warps. And, finally, there are some traps
on the field.

So, where to send everyone? I sent Eevee (with Top Speed) with Charmander 
to the northern banner, and the others were to work to the central one, then
to go to the southwestern one. Remember, to claim a banner, you'll need to have
a Pokémon stop on the banner's tile. Doing so also restores the HP of a
Pokémon, so if one got damaged, you know what to do.

But don't be afraid to get rid of a Pokémon that gets in your way! Fire is
always the best to use. It is up to you whether you want to get rid of all of
the enemy Pokémon and then get the banners, or just go for the banners and
hope.

Bit of trivia: Motonari will mention at one point that there is a world where
people put Pokémon in little balls and carry them around. He finds this to be
strange, but forgets where he read it. He is speaking of the Kanto, Johto,
Hoenn, Sinnoh, and Unova regions of the mainstream games -- you know, the ones
named after colors and gems and minerals. There, Pokémon are carried in 
Pokéballs and Trainers will go from Gym to Gym to try and become Pokémon League
Champion by beating the Elite Four. Some, however, just have them for friends
or, like Motonari, for research.

I will also note that you can recruit Warriors here as well. I would prefer,
then, that you defeat all of the enemies using Fire-type attacks. You'll
greatly enjoy their help later on!

~~~

I was only able to recruit Motoharu, Takakage, and Takamoto. I don't know if
you can recruit Motonari.

Anyways, Motoharu uses Pansage as in the previous fight. He has the Mighty Blow
skill, which raises Attack. Takakage uses Sewaddle and the ability Adrenaline,
which raises Attack for three turns. Takamoto also uses Sewaddle and the
ability Brotherhood, which raises the user's and adjacent allies' Defense for
three turns.

Now save the game.


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 #                       Our Fourth Kingdom: Fontaine    **CONQUEST_43**     #
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Now that we've beaten Greenleaf and conquered another kingdom, we could go
right to Fontaine and defeat them with our mighty Grass Pokémon that we should
have recruited in the previous fight.

But let's investigate Greenleaf more thoroughly. You can use the Ponigiri shop
if you want. You can also head to the Gold Mine, which I would start with.
Bring along the five you used versus Greenleaf's army.

You can learn how to use the mine. Here, you can dig for gold, the monetary
unit of this game. The dig is automatic, though the money earned is likely to
be proportionate to the number of Warriors used. For example, I found about
$1,300 with five Warriors.

Also, there can be Warriors at the Greenleaf Ravine here, so let's pay them a
visit, right? Use the same five as with the fight versus Greenleaf's army.

O----------------------------------O-----------------------------------------O
|  Battle: Wild/Warriors' Pokémon  |  Turns: 10                              |
O----------------------------------O-----------------------------------------O
|  Opponent Pokémon:               |  Win/Lose Conditions:                   |
|  -- Sewaddle (Grass/Bug)         |  -- Win by beating all enemies.         |
|  -- Cottonee (Grass)             |  -- Lose by having your Pokémon KO'ed.  |
|  -- Cottonee (Grass)             |                                         |
O----------------------------------O-----------------------------------------O

Sewaddle is weak to Fire (4x), Ice, Bug, Poison, Flying (4x), and Rock. Its
move, Bug Bite, will attack the enemy in front. It does extra damage to Grass,
Psychic, and Dark. Sewaddle has the Grass Cloak ability, which will raise
Defense while on grass terrain.

Cottonee is weak to Fire, Ice, Bug, Poison, and Flying. It uses the move
Absorb, which will also take HP from the target in an amount equal to 50% of
the damage dealt. This move is super-effective against Rock, Water, and Ground.
It has the Melee ability, which will let it randomly attack adjacent enemies
sometimes in battle. The other Cottonee has the Mountaineer ability, which will
let it climb up higher cliffs and such.

So, what's the battle plan here? Well, I would safely send two Pokémon, one
Fire-type, to the left Cottonee and the other three to the other one. In this
way, if you run out of turns, you can still use a Fire-type move to defeat the
Cottonee and guarantee the recruitment. Sewaddle is just a wild Pokémon, so let
it be until you've beaten the Cottonee.

~~~

If you succeeded during the battle in recruiting the Cottonees' Trainers, you
may as well let them join. Ekei used the Cottonee with the Melee ability; his
Warrior Skill is Convalesce, which restores of the HP of the user and adjacent
allies over three turns. Terumoto has the other Cottonee and uses the Fortify
ability, which raises Defense for three turns.

There are still more Warriors here, though. Battle again next month, when the
person icon appears.

O----------------------------------O-----------------------------------------O
|  Battle: Wild/Warriors' Pokémon  |  Turns: 10                              |
O----------------------------------O-----------------------------------------O
|  Opponent Pokémon:               |  Win/Lose Conditions:                   |
|  -- Carnivine (Grass)            |  -- Win by beating all enemies.         |
|  -- Cottonee (Grass)             |  -- Lose by having your Pokémon KO'ed.  |
|  -- Treecko (Grass)              |                                         |
O----------------------------------O-----------------------------------------O

Carnivine is weak to Ice, Flying, Fire, Bug, and Poison. It has the move Vine
Whip, which hits the tile in front of it and the two left and right of that
one. It deals extra damage to Water, Ground, and Rock. It also has the
Levitate ability, which immunizes it from Ground moves.

Treecko is weak to Ice, Flying, Bug, Fire, and Poison. It uses the move Absorb,
and has the Mountaineer ability.

Cottonee is also weak to Fire, Ice, Flying, Bug, and Poison. It can use Absorb,
and has the Melee ability.

For this fight, simply focus on Carnivine first before defeating the others.

~~~

After the battle, you should recruit Takeyoshi. He uses Carnivine from the
previous fight and has the ability Eagle Eye, which improves attack accuracy
for three turns.

Seems like no one is left at Greenleaf. March your army that defeated Greenleaf
over to Aurora and head to the farm for another fight.

O----------------------------------O-----------------------------------------O
|  Battle: Wild/Warriors' Pokémon  |  Turns: 10                              |
O----------------------------------O-----------------------------------------O
|  Opponent Pokémon:               |  Win/Lose Conditions:                   |
|  -- Ekans (Poison)               |  -- Win by beating all enemies.         |
|  -- Minccino (Normal)            |  -- Lose by having your Pokémon KO'ed.  |
|  -- Bidoof (Normal)              |                                         |
O----------------------------------O-----------------------------------------O

Ekans is weak to Ground and Psychic. It uses the move Poison Sting, which will
deal extra damage to Grass types. Its ability, Intimidate, will reduce the
Attack of nearby enemies.

Minccino is weak to Fighting and immune to Ghost. It uses the attack DoubleSlap
which will hit an adjacent enemy two to five times; it has no type advantages.
It has the Mood Maker ability, which allows it to raise nearby allies' Energy.

Bidoof is weak to Fighting and immune to Ghost. It uses Headbutt, which hits an
adjacent enemy. It has no type advantages. It has the Simple ability, which
doubles the effects of any stat changes.

Ekans, being the only owned Pokémon here, should be the first target. After
that, you know what to do.

~~~

The Warrior you can recruit from this battle is Chacha. She uses the Ekans from
the previous fight and she has the Salve Warrior Skill, which will cure the
statuses of the user and adjacent allies.

Okay, I think that does it for recruitments now. Send all of your Fire-type
users somewhere else -- you can keep Eevee and Jigglypuff -- and march some
Grass-users to you. Carnivine, Pansage, and the two Cottonee will be best,
because they have Grass-type moves and resist Water attacks. Do some shopping
if you wish, then head to Fontaine.

O----------------------------O-------------------------------------------O
|  Battle: Motochika's Army  |  Turns: 20                                |
O----------------------------O-------------------------------------------O
|  Opponent Pokémon:         |  Win/Lose Conditions:                     |
|  -- Oshawott (Water)       |  -- Win by defeating all of the enemies.  |
|  -- Panpour (Water)        |  -- Lose by having your Pokémon KO'ed.    |
|  -- Piplup (Water)         |                                           |
|  -- Wooper (Water/Ground)  |                                           |
O----------------------------O-------------------------------------------O

Oshawott is weak to Grass and Electric. It uses the move Water Gun, which can
hit enemies two tiles away, and does extra damage to Fire, Rock, and Ground.
It has the ability Torrent, which raises its Attack when in low HP.

Panpour is weak to Grass and Electric. It can use Water Gun, which will hit
enemies two tiles away, and does extra damage to Fire, Ground, and Rock. It has
the Melee ability, which will let it attack adjacent enemies during battle.

Piplup is weak to Electric and Grass. It can use Bubble, which will hit up to
two tiles away, and deals extra damage to Ground, Fire, and Rock. It has the
Torrent ability, which raises its Attack when in low HP.

Wooper is weak to Grass (4x) and immune to Electric. It can use Water Gun,
which will hit up to two tiles away, and will be super-effective against Fire,
Rock, and Ground. It has the Gulp ability, which will let the Pokémon recover
HP when in the water.

The battle begins with Motochika's side using the ground switches to let the
riverwater flow into the field. As you pretty much have no chance of having a
Water-type, you can't cross the water. What can you do? Well, there are two
such switches on your side of the field. Trigger one and you'll have partial
access to the other side; trigger both and the field's open for play. Note,
though, that the northern two switches can be re-triggered to let water flow
in.

So, basically, hit the switches and quickly invade the opposite side. Carnivine
should be okay on his own, what with Vine Whip and all. The two Cottonee should
double-team someone. Pansear can probably be okay by himself, and so should
Eevee and Jigglypuff. While they may be by themselves, someone else can always
come and help when they're done.

Remember, since you're unlikely to finish off a lot of Pokémon in four turns,
try to finish off each one with a Grass-type move!

~~~

Like against Motonari, I don't think you can recruit Motochika. Anyways,
Nobuchika will use Panpour and uses the Warrior Skill Crack Shot, which
guarantees that moves hit. Morichika uses Wooper and has the Eagle Eye Warrior
Skill, which improves accuracy for three turns. Chikamasa uses Piplup and has
the Warrior Skill Shout, which cures all allies of Confusion or being asleep.
All will make nice additions to your team.

Well, congratulations! You have conquered another kingdom, number four of
seventeen (counting Aurora).


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 #                        Our Fifth Kingdom: Violight    **CONQUEST_44**     #
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After the battle, during the night, you'll speak with your partner. They'll
mention the story of the legendary Pokémon said to appear before those who
conquer all seventeen kingdoms, of which we've conquered four. Your partner
believes that Ransei is on the brink of destruction...

Far north of Aurora, another Warlord has also set out to conquer kingdoms. His
name: Nobunaga (kudos for those getting the reference!). He aims to conquer to
conquer all of the kingdoms ... so as to destroy Ransei. Because of the steps
he's following, it's obvious he needs the legendary Pokémon. We need to find
that Pokémon before he does!

Well, anyways, you'll make it to the world map. Save.

Three new kingdoms are available for conquering: Pugilis, Violight, and
Chrysalia. They specialize in Fighting, Electric, and Bug Pokémon, 
respectively. With our current army, we'd have no problem with Chrysalia, but
let's do a bit more recruiting, eh? (Not to mention we can't reach 'em.)

I also fear that these three kingdoms are a bit more aggressive than the others
and may try invading us. Since we'll be forced to, pretty much, deal with what
soldiers we have there, move all spares into Greenleaf and Ignis.

First up, into Fontaine. Head to the Ravine for now. Bring along the army you
used earlier to beat Fontaine's army.

O----------------------------------O-----------------------------------------O
|  Battle: Wild/Warriors' Pokémon  |  Turns: 10                              |
O----------------------------------O-----------------------------------------O
|  Opponent Pokémon:               |  Win/Lose Conditions:                   |
|  -- Spheal (Water/Ice)           |  -- Win by beating all enemies.         |
|  -- Piplup (Water)               |  -- Lose by having your Pokémon KO'ed.  |
|  -- Magikarp (Water)             |                                         |
O----------------------------------O-----------------------------------------O

Spheal is weak to Electric, Grass, Fighting, and Rock. It can use the move
Powder Snow, which hits enemies up to two tiles away. This move will deal extra
damage to Flying, Ground, Grass, and Dragon. It has the Deep Sleep ability,
which lets it heal HP while asleep.

Piplup is weak to Electric and Grass. It can use Bubble, which will hit up to
two tiles away, and deals extra damage to Ground, Fire, and Rock. It has the
Wave Rider ability which will let Piplup move more whilst on the water.

And Magikarp is what you'd expect, having played any other true Pokémon game.
It is weak to Electric and Grass. It's move is Splash, which has absolutely no
effect at all. Its Gulp ability will let it heal HP while in the water. In
short, it is only the mildest of hassles.

Let Eevee or Jigglypuff take down Magikarp, and let the other five deal with
the other two. Should be easy enough.

~~~

Takeyori is the Warrior for Magikarp. While Magikarp sucks like you breathe,
call it completionism.

After that, skip a month into July of Year 2. Now we can find two other recruit
choices at the Ravine in Fontaine, and they're light-years ahead of a Magikarp.
Again, bring along the Fontaine-defeating team.

O----------------------------------O-----------------------------------------O
|  Battle: Wild/Warriors' Pokémon  |  Turns: 10                              |
O----------------------------------O-----------------------------------------O
|  Opponent Pokémon:               |  Win/Lose Conditions:                   |
|  -- Wooper (Water/Ground)        |  -- Win by beating all enemies.         |
|  -- Piplup (Water)               |  -- Lose by having your Pokémon KO'ed.  |
|  -- Wooper (Water/Ground)        |                                         |
O----------------------------------O-----------------------------------------O

Wooper is weak to Grass (4x) and immune to Electric. It can use Water Gun,
which will hit up to two tiles away, and will be super-effective against Fire,
Rock, and Ground. One has the Gulp ability, which will let the Pokémon recover
HP when in the water, and the other Pokémon has the Deep Sleep ability, which
lets it recover HP while asleep.

Piplup is weak to Electric and Grass. It can use Bubble, which will hit up to
two tiles away, and deals extra damage to Ground, Fire, and Rock. It has the
Torrent ability, which raises its Attack when in low HP.

Okay, if your enemy positions were like mine, you can easily just let the left
half of the six go to Wooper, and the right half go straight for Piplup. If
not ... Well, you get the idea: gang up the owned Wooper and Piplup and finish
them quickly or, if you take too long, with a Grass-type attack.

~~~

Your recruits: Norishige trained Wooper (the one with Gulp) and has the Bustle
ability, which can increase the Range of the user and adjacent allies; a true
bounty in conjunction with Top Speed! Tadasumi has the Deep Breath Warrior
Skill, which restores HP at the cost of not moving for three turns.

Well, it seems like that does it then. Shop up and do whatever you feel is
necessary in preparation. Our next goal is Violight, the Electric kingdom.

Who to bring? Well, Woopers are a must, because of their Electric immunity.
Carnivine is also nice, because of his high power and resistance to Electric.
Eevee and Jigglypuff are musts -- mostly because of Warrior Skills AND it is
a requirement. And, since we have to pick one more person, and don't want too
many Grass types to be abused by Starly, let's go with some Fire-type you love.
So march them over to Greenleaf and prepare for battle!

O-----------------------------O-------------------------------------------O
|  Battle: Ginchiyo's Army    |  Turns: 20                                |
O-----------------------------O-------------------------------------------O
|  Opponent Pokémon:          |  Win/Lose Conditions:                     |
|  -- Shinx (Electric)        |  -- Win by defeating all of the enemies.  |
|  -- Starly (Normal/Flying)  |  -- Lose by having your Pokémon KO'ed.    |
|  -- Pichu (Electric)        |                                           |
|  -- Panpour (Water)         |                                           |
|  -- Mareep (Electric)       |                                           |
O-----------------------------O-------------------------------------------O

Shinx is weak to Ground. Its move is Spark, which hits an adjacent tile, and
deals extra damage to Flying and Water. It has the Sequence ability, which will
raise its Attack when several Electric Pokémon are together.

Starly is weak to Rock, Ice, and Electric, and immune to Ghost and Ground. Its
move is Quick Attack, which will hit an adjacent tile, and has no type-based
advantages. Its ability is Keen Eye, which will prevent lowered accuracy for
it.

Pichu is weak to Ground. Its move is Thundershock, which can hit up to two
tiles away, may paralyze, and deals extra damage to Flying and Water. Its
ability is Mood Maker, which increases the Energy of nearby allies.

Panpour is weak to Grass and Electric. Its move is Water Gun, which can hit up
to two tiles away, and will do extra damage to Rock, Ground, and Fire. Its
ability is Melee, which may let it hit adjacent enemies during battle.

Mareep is weak to Ground. Its move is Thundershock, which can hit up to two
tiles away, may paralyze, and deals extra damage to Flying and Water. Its
ability is Interference, which will lower the accuracy of nearby enemies.

Okay, in reality, there is no way you can recruit four of these Pokémon,
because, for now, you lack the proper stats. You MIGHT be able to recruit a few
by beating them in less than four turns, so you'll have to be quick on it.
Remember, Electric types resist Electric, Flying, and Steel, take extra damage
from Ground, and normal damage from all else.

So, who to go for first? Shinx, Pichu, and Mareep will always be key players in
future fights because of their moves, the latter two especially. I would gang
up three of my Pokémon each on two of the ones I want to recruit. While my move
types would deal extra damage, they're still powerful enough to finish them in
less than four turns; at least two recruits should result from this fight.

It will also take a whole turn and your half of the second to reach the others
for offense, so it will probably take three turns to take down the ones you
want. Again, I highly suggest aiming for the Pichu and Mareep. Shinx won't work
out because of his Warrior, Starly is generic, and you should have plenty of
Water-types.

Later in the fight, perhaps on the third turn, the electrical system will
activate. This means that, every now and then, lightning bolts will fall down
from above, inflicting presumably Electric-type damage.

And what do those switches on the field do? Well, they seem to toss lightning
down on one-fourth of the field diagonally-opposite the switch.

~~~

So, recruit data. Muneshige trained Starly and has the Marksman Skill, which
will improve accuracy and critical-hit rate for three turns. Shoun trained
Pichu and has the Warrior Skill Rally, which raises the Attack of the user and
adjacent allies for three turns.

Sorin trained Panpour and has the Rally Warrior Skill as well. Takatane
trained Mareep and, like the main character, has the Top Speed Warrior Skill.

Now, let's get on to the next kingdom!


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 #                       Our Sixth Kingdom: Chrysalia    **CONQUEST_45**     #
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Now that you've claimed another kingdom, I'd say it is time again to recruit
some more Warriors. First, skip to the next month to refresh your army -- note
that I'm at September, Year 2 -- and Keiji should appear. He'll mention to you
that you should Link with other Pokémon in an attempt to find a Perfect Link
Pokémon. (Of course, that allows you to reach a higher Link and higher power.
Do it as you will, since I'll mostly refer to Pokémon you bring anyways.)

Time to claim another kingdom!

But first, let's explore our current kingdom, Violight. Here, you can find a
Power Plant. Send some people with high Wisdom there. The Power Plant will
send out energy that will bring wild Pokémon here. You can use this to make a
battle for Link-boosting or meeting shy Pokémon. Do it as you will; I didn't
really bother.

Our next stop should be Violight Sky Garden for three recruits (still September
in Year 2). Send pretty much whoever you want.

O----------------------------------O-----------------------------------------O
|  Battle: Wild/Warriors' Pokémon  |  Turns: 10                              |
O----------------------------------O-----------------------------------------O
|  Opponent Pokémon:               |  Win/Lose Conditions:                   |
|  -- Ekans (Poison)               |  -- Win by beating all enemies.         |
|  -- Rufflet (Normal/Flying)      |  -- Lose by having your Pokémon KO'ed.  |
|  -- Carnivine (Grass)            |                                         |
|  -- Pichu (Electric)             |                                         |
O----------------------------------O-----------------------------------------O

Ekans is weak to Ground and Psychic. It uses the move Poison Sting, which will
deal extra damage to Grass types. Its ability, Intimidate, will reduce the
Attack of nearby enemies.

Rufflet is weak to Rock, Ice, and Electric, and is immune to both Ground and
Ghost. Its move, Wing Attack, attacks an adjacent enemy and will deal extra
damage to Bug, Grass, or Fighting Pokémon. It has the Keen Eye ability, which
prevents its accuracy from going down.

Carnivine is weak to Flying, Fire, Ice, Bug, and Poison. Its attack is Vine
Whip, which will hit the tile in front of it and the tiles left and right of
there, and deals extra damage to Water, Rock, and Ground. Its ability,
Levitate, will immunize it from Ground moves.

Pichu is weak to Ground. Its move is ThunderShock, which can attack up to two
tiles away, and will deal extra damage to Flying and Water, and may paralyze
the target. Its ability is Static, which means that a contact attack may cause
the move's user to become paralyzed.

Before the fight begins in earnest, you'll understand how to obtain new Link
Pokémon for your characters. Basically, you want to find a Pokémon that has a
marking above their heads to mark an affinity for them. Then just move next to
the Pokémon and tap Link. Got it? Use this to find everyone's Perfect Link!

So, what to do? Well, the Pokémon here are not exactly unique, so I guess just
gang up on whoever you want. You can deal super-effective damage to both
Rufflet (via Pichu and Mareep) and Carnivine (Fire-types, Sewaddle, Ekans), so,
if you want all of them, just take out Ekans and Pichu first. Then take out
Carnivine and Rufflet via super-effective attacks.

~~~

Next month, fight in there again for a chance at some more.

O----------------------------------O-----------------------------------------O
|  Battle: Wild/Warriors' Pokémon  |  Turns: 10                              |
O----------------------------------O-----------------------------------------O
|  Opponent Pokémon:               |  Win/Lose Conditions:                   |
|  -- Machop (Fighting)            |  -- Win by beating all enemies.         |
|  -- Rufflet (Normal/Flying)      |  -- Lose by having your Pokémon KO'ed.  |
|  -- Mareep (Electric)            |                                         |
|  -- Pichu (Electric)             |                                         |
O----------------------------------O-----------------------------------------O

Machop is weak to Flying and Psychic. Its move, Karate Chop, often deals
critical hits, hits an adjacent enemy, and will do extra damage to Normal,
Rock, Ice, Dark, and Steel. Its ability, Guts, will raise its Attack when under
the influence of a status.

Rufflet is weak to Rock, Ice, and Electric, and is immune to both Ground and
Ghost. Its move, Wing Attack, attacks an adjacent enemy and will deal extra
damage to Bug, Grass, or Fighting Pokémon. It has the Keen Eye ability, which
prevents its accuracy from going down.

Mareep is weak to Ground. Its move is ThunderShock, which can attack up to two
tiles away, and will deal extra damage to Flying and Water, and may paralyze
the target. Its ability is Calming, which may put enemies to sleep.

Pichu is weak to Ground. Its move is ThunderShock, which can attack up to two
tiles away, and will deal extra damage to Flying and Water, and may paralyze
the target. Its ability is Static, which means that a contact attack may cause
the move's user to become paralyzed.

So, who do you want here? Well, by far you'll want the Machop Warrior. As for
Rufflet, you probably already have one or an equivalent Pokémon, so, if you
have time, why not? I'd recommend first ganging up on Machop, then Rufflet,
then go for the rest at will. Pichu and Mareep are okay Links, I guess, if you
didn't get enough Electric-types in the battle for Violight.

~~~

Time to discuss these recruits. Dosetsu trained Machop and has the Marksman
Warrior Skill, which raises accuracy and the critical-hit rate for three turns.
Hisahide trained Rufflet and has the Quick Strike Warrior Skill, which will
increase Range and make enemies flinch.

At this point, all areas seem to be clear. Time to invade Chrysalia. So, who to
bring?

Well, Eevee and Jigglypuff are required, of course. Charmander, Tepig, and
Darumaka finish off pretty much all type advantages, except versus Spheal, so
bring along the trust Carnivine for this as well. Just keep 'im out of the way
of the Bugs! March your party of six into Violight and invade Chrysalia.

O----------------------------O-------------------------------------------O
|  Battle: Yoshimoto's Army  |  Turns: 20                                |
O----------------------------O-------------------------------------------O
|  Opponent Pokémon:         |  Win/Lose Conditions:                     |
|  -- Pineco (Bug)           |  -- Win by defeating all of the enemies.  |
|  -- Venipede (Bug/Poison)  |  -- Lose by having your Pokémon KO'ed.    |
|  -- Spheal (Water/Ice)     |                                           |
|  -- Venipede (Bug/Poison)  |                                           |
|  -- Sewaddle (Bug/Grass)   |                                           |
O----------------------------O-------------------------------------------O

Pineco is weak to Fire, Flying, and Rock. Its move, Bug Bite, will attack an
adjacent enemy, possibly use their item, and will do extra damage to Grass,
Dark, and Psychic. Its ability, Jagged Edge, means that a contact attack on
Pineco will induce physical damage upon the attacker.

Both Venipede are the same, as far as type data, moves, and abilities go. They
are weak to Fire, Flying, Rock, and Psychic. Their move is Poison Sting, which
can attack up to two tiles away, may induce poisoning, and will do extra
damage to Grass. Their ability is Poison Point, which means that contact
attacks may induce poisoning upon the attacker.

Spheal is weak to Grass, Electric, Fighting, and Rock. Its move is Powder Snow,
which may attack up to two tiles away, and does extra damage to Grass, Flying,
and Dragon. Its ability, Deep Sleep, will let it heal HP whilst sleeping.

Sewaddle is weak to Fire (4x), Flying (4x), Rock, Poison, Ice, Bug. Its move
is Bug Bite: it will attack an adjacent enemy, may use their item, does extra
damage to Grass, Dark, and Psychic. Its ability is Grass Cloak, which raises
its Defense when on grassy terrain.

So, what to do? Well, basically send Carnivine and two Fire-types after Spheal;
the Fire-types will provide back-up for, after all, Spheal is near other Bug
Pokémon. Another thing you can do is abuse the Pokémari balls on the field -
hit one and it'll fly in that direction, damaging any Pokémon it hits. Just
beware that you don't get hit!

~~~

One more down! Onto recruit details, I guess. I will note that I didn't manage
to get the Spheal Warrior...

Ujichika trained one of the Venipedes, and has the Temperate Warrior Skill,
whichs all allies of the Burn and Frozen statuses. Masatsuna trained the other
Venipede and has the Rally Warrior Skill, which raises the Attack of the user
and adjacent allies for three turns. Yasutomo trained Sewaddle and has the
Mighty Blow Warrior Skill, which raises Attack.


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 #                       Our Seventh Kingdom: Pugilis    **CONQUEST_46**     #
 ##                                                                         ##
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So, we now have six of the seventeen kingdoms, huh? Well, after conquering
Chrysalia and skipping to the next month -- for me, December of Year 2 -- a
messenger will come up, claiming that an elderly man is requesting an audience
with you. The Professor soon comes and decides to share some of his wisdom with
you.

If you ask about "Stats", he'll tell of the three stats. (Not nearly as many as
in the mainstream games.) Attack determines the power of all attacks you do,
Defense determines how much damage you'll take from any attack, and Speed will
raise accuracy and evasion.

As for "Move Ranks", it works kind of like in Pokémon Mystery Dungeon. Each
move starts out as just the move name, as with "Thunderbolt". As your Link with
the Pokémon becomes better, you'll eventually get "Thunderbolt +1",
"Thunderbolt +2", and so on. This increases the move's power, and also will add
in some special effects.

It seems you can get some recruits in the Sky Garden of Violight, so head there
with some Pokémon.

O----------------------------------O-----------------------------------------O
|  Battle: Wild/Warriors' Pokémon  |  Turns: 10                              |
O----------------------------------O-----------------------------------------O
|  Opponent Pokémon:               |  Win/Lose Conditions:                   |
|  -- Ekans (Poison)               |  -- Win by beating all enemies.         |
|  -- Ralts (Psychic)              |  -- Lose by having your Pokémon KO'ed.  |
|  -- Mareep (Electric)            |                                         |
O----------------------------------O-----------------------------------------O

Ekans is weak to Ground and Psychic. It uses the move Poison Sting, which will
deal extra damage to Grass types. Its ability, Intimidate, will reduce the
Attack of nearby enemies.

Ralts is weak to Dark, Ghost, and Bug. It uses the move Confusion, which deals
damage on a tile three tiles away, and also deals extra damage to Fighting and
Poison. Its ability is Instinct, which raises its evasion.

Mareep is weak to Ground. Its move is ThunderShock, which can attack up to two
tiles away, and will deal extra damage to Flying and Water, and may paralyze
the target. Its ability is Calming, which may put enemies to sleep.

First things first. That Ralts has a Warrior/trainer, and we have a Fighting
kingdom up next. Gang up on it and beat it in four turns or less! Ekans have
been plentiful, so you can pretty much ignore that. And Mareep is, well,
Mareep. It may make a nice Link.

~~~

On the next month, having not recruited either Pokémon from the previous
battle, I found a special fight back there again.

O----------------------------------O-----------------------------------------O
|  Battle: Wild/Warriors' Pokémon  |  Turns: 10                              |
O----------------------------------O-----------------------------------------O
|  Opponent Pokémon:               |  Win/Lose Conditions:                   |
|  -- Ekans (Poison)               |  -- Win by beating all enemies.         |
|  -- Ralts (Psychic)              |  -- Lose by having your Pokémon KO'ed.  |
|  -- Shinx (Electric)             |                                         |
|  -- Joltik (Electric)            |                                         |
O----------------------------------O-----------------------------------------O

Ekans is weak to Ground and Psychic. It uses the move Poison Sting, which will
deal extra damage to Grass types. Its ability, Intimidate, will reduce the
Attack of nearby enemies.

Ralts is weak to Dark, Ghost, and Bug. It uses the move Confusion, which deals
damage on a tile three tiles away, and also deals extra damage to Fighting and
Poison. Its ability is Instinct, which raises its evasion.

Shinx is weak to Ground. Its move is Spark, which hits an adjacent tile, and
deals extra damage to Flying and Water. It has the Sequence ability, which will
raise its Attack when several Electric Pokémon are together.

Joltik is weak to Ground. Its move is Electro Ball, which hits a tile two tiles
away, deals more damage to faster targets, Water, and Flying. Its ability is
also Sequence.

First and foremost, if you failed to get Ralts from before, get it. Also try to
get Shinx. It is not the best Pokémon, and I do not know the recruitment
conditions, but, if anything, consider it a chance to try and figure it out.

~~~

At this point, I then went to Chrysalia and found its old leader, the Spheal
trainer I hadn't got, and someone else there. It is worth a shot. (Remember,
this is February in Year 3.)

O----------------------------------O-----------------------------------------O
|  Battle: Wild/Warriors' Pokémon  |  Turns: 10                              |
O----------------------------------O-----------------------------------------O
|  Opponent Pokémon:               |  Win/Lose Conditions:                   |
|  -- Pansear (Fire)               |  -- Win by beating all enemies.         |
|  -- Spheal (Water/Ice)           |  -- Lose by having your Pokémon KO'ed.  |
|  -- Pineco (Bug)                 |                                         |
|  -- Venipede (Bug/Poison)        |                                         |
O----------------------------------O-----------------------------------------O

Pansear is weak to Ground, Water, and Rock. Its move is Flame Burst. This will
hit one tile two tiles away, then all diagonally-adjacent tiles. It can burn
you, and will do extra damage to Steel, Ice, Grass, and Bug. Its ability is
Melee, which will let it hit adjacent enemies during battle.

Pineco is weak to Fire, Flying, and Rock. Its move, Bug Bite, will attack an
adjacent enemy, possibly use their item, and will do extra damage to Grass,
Dark, and Psychic. Its ability, Jagged Edge, means that a contact attack on
Pineco will induce physical damage upon the attacker.

The Venipede is weak to Fire, Flying, Rock, and Psychic. Its move is Poison
Sting, which can attack up to two tiles away, may induce poisoning, and will do
extra damage to Grass. Its ability is Jagged Edge.

Spheal is weak to Grass, Electric, Fighting, and Rock. Its move is Powder Snow,
which may attack up to two tiles away, and does extra damage to Grass, Flying,
and Dragon. Its ability, Deep Sleep, will let it heal HP whilst sleeping.

Given my circumstances, and how Pineco is unrecruitable by my knowledge, I
would go, first, for Spheal or Pansear. You have an abundance of them, but
Pansear and Spheal are actually quite good. Plus, Spheal's attack is Ice, not
Water. Gang up on Spheal with Electric/Grass types, and Pansear with Water.

~~~

Okay, I think that is enough recruiting for now. Gather some Pokémon in
Chrysalia for your invasion of Pugilis, the Fighting kingdom.

So, Eevee and Jigglypuff are (sadly) required. Ralts is a good idea, and so is
the Rufflet with Wing Attack. Other two? Well, I had a Charmeleon, but, in
general, you'll want a Fire-type. Pansear or Carnivine might make a good sixth.
Once you're ready, head into Pugilis.

O----------------------------O------------------------------------------------O
|  Battle: Yoshihiro's Army  |  Turns: 30                                     |
O----------------------------O------------------------------------------------O
|  Opponent Pokémon:         |  Win/Lose Conditions:                          |
|  -- Gurdurr (Fighting)     |  -- Win by holding all banners for five turns. |
|  -- Timburr (Fighting)     |  -- Lose by having your Pokémon KO'ed.         |
|  -- Pansear (Grass)        |  -- Lose if enemies hold banners for 5 turns.  |
|  -- Machop (Fighting)      |                                                |
|  -- Timburr (Fighting)     |                                                |
O----------------------------O------------------------------------------------O

Gurdurr is weak to Flying and Psychic. Its move is Wake-Up Slap, which hits an
adjacent enemy, and does greater damage to Sleeping targets, Rock, Ice, Steel,
and Normal. Its ability is Thrust, letting it push back enemies with attacks.

Timburr are weak to Flying and Psychic. Both use Low Kick, which hits an
adjacent enemy and deals more damage to Rock, Steel, Ice, and Normal. Both have
the Thrust ability, which lets them push targets away.

Pansear is weak to Fire, Ice, Flying, Poison, and Bug. It uses Vine Whip, which
attacks the three tiles it is facing, and does extra damage to Ground, Rock,
and Water. Its ability is Melee, allowing it to randomly hit adjacent enemies
during battle.

Machop is weak to Flying and Psychic. Its move is Karate Chop, which hits an
adjacent enemy, has a raised critical-hit rate, and deals extra damage to Rock,
Ice, Steel, and Normal. Its ability is Guts, which raises its attack when under
a status effect.

Like with the fight versus Greenleaf, you'll find some banners. They function
like before: stand under one to hold it, and you'll gain HP while under it. You
must be under all banners for five turns to win; you'll lose if the enemy does
the same. Additionally, when attacked at the edge of the banners' ring, you'll
fall to the ground below.

First and foremost, get Eevee underneath the southwestern banner via Top Speed.
Move everyone except Ralts towards the ring. Why not Ralts? Well, its Confusion
will attack only three tiles away. From the edge of the ring, you can attack
ring-edge enemies. Of course, this also limits its versatility for the other
three sides, so it is your choice.

So, obviously, you have a choice. You can either pick off the enemies as they
come and wait until they're gone for you to go for all of the remaining
banners, or try and get lucky. Personally, I'd pick off as many as I could to
recruit them and make this fight a lot easier.

If you do opt to just defeat your opponents first, I would suggest, before
heading to the banners, to pick up all of the item boxes left behind. It should
not take much more than ten turns to defeat them all, after all.

~~~

I managed to recruit the two Timburr Warriors and the Pansage one. Tadamoto
trained one Timburr and has the skill Fortify, whereas the other one, Kanemori,
has Brotherhood. Tadatsune trained Pansage and has the Top Speed ability.

So, we've won seven of the seventeen kingdoms, huh?


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 ##                                                        **CONQUEST_47**  ##
 #            Our Eighth and Ninth Kingdoms: Terrera and Illusio             #
 ##                                                                         ##
 #############################################################################

As you and your partner celebrate having claimed another kingdom, Mitsunari
comes in to rain on your parade. Apparently, more is happening up north...
Nobunaga has already claimed eight of the kingdoms up there, leaving only
TWO under control of someone other than Nobunaga or yourself: Terrera, headed
by Shingen, and Illusio, headed by Kenshin. Both of them are some of the
strongest Warlords in Ransei; Nobunaga is said to actually fear them. But will
that stop him?

Imagine what would happen if Nobunaga took those kingdoms. A ten-on-seven
match, which would easily occur, would be suicide. We must get Illusio and
Terrera on our side to even the odds!!

So, save your progress.

Both of the areas actually seem quite easy, personally. Illusio uses Psychic
Pokémon, which have no advantage over some of our Pokémon, and Terrera
obviously uses the Ground type, and we have many Grass and Water types. But we
must try a bit of recruitment regardless.

Skip along to the next month (April of Year 3 for me). You can go ahead and
battle some guy in the Park at Pugilis, alongside two wild Pokémon. Your team
from our previous battle should be fine.

O----------------------------------O-----------------------------------------O
|  Battle: Wild/Warriors' Pokémon  |  Turns: 10                              |
O----------------------------------O-----------------------------------------O
|  Opponent Pokémon:               |  Win/Lose Conditions:                   |
|  -- Onix (Rock/Ground)           |  -- Win by beating all enemies.         |
|  -- Machop (Fighting)            |  -- Lose by having your Pokémon KO'ed.  |
|  -- Timburr (Fighting)           |                                         |
O----------------------------------O-----------------------------------------O

Onix is weak to Water (4x), Grass (4x), Steel, Ice, and Ground. It is also
immune to Electric. Its move is Rock Tomb, which hits an enemy two tiles away.
Its ability is Jagged Edge: physical contact results in damage.

Machop is weak to Flying and Psychic. Its move is Karate Chop, which hits an
adjacent enemy, has a raised critical-hit rate, and deals extra damage to Rock,
Ice, Steel, and Normal. Its ability is Thrust, which lets it push targets away.

Timburr is weak to Flying and Psychic. It move is Low Kick, which hits an
adjacent enemy and deals more damage to Rock, Steel, Ice, and Normal. Its
ability is Guts, which raises its attack when under a status effect.

We're mostly here for the Onix, unless you want to Link for Fighters. (Of
course, most of Fighting's advantages are covered by other types.) Gang up
some Grass/Water on the Onix at the start.

~~~

The next month yielded a Venipede Warrior at the same park; that's not really
worth it, so ignore it. In fact, pretty much every other fight out there is
worthless. At least to me. I won't waste time covering them, but now, during
May of Year 3, you can find these Warriors:

-- Machop at Chrysalia Ravine
-- Tepig at Ignis Cave
-- Ekans at Violight Sky Garden
-- Venipede at Pugilis Park

So, fight them if you want, but I wouldn't really bother unless you were just
doing that for the Link boosting.

So, I guess we might as well conquer another kingdom. Terrera seems the easiest
of the two. It specializes in Ground, so who to bring?

Eevee and Jigglypuff are required. Pansage, Carnivine, Panpour, Piplup, Wooper,
you know, pretty much any decent Water- or Grass-type you can find. I won't be
picky. But, for reference, my extras were Pansage, Carnivine, and two Woopers.
I'll also note I attacked from Pugilis.

O----------------------------O------------------------------------------------O
|  Battle: Shingen's Army    |  Turns: 30                                     |
O----------------------------O------------------------------------------------O
|  Opponent Pokémon:         |  Win/Lose Conditions:                          |
|  -- Tepig (Fire)           |  -- Win by holding all banners for five turns. |
|  -- Scraggy (Dark/Fighting)|  -- Lose by having your Pokémon KO'ed.         |
|  -- Rhyhorn (Rock/Ground)  |  -- Lose if enemies hold banners for 5 turns.  |
|  -- Drilbur (Ground)       |                                                |
|  -- Charmander (Fire)      |                                                |
O----------------------------O------------------------------------------------O

Tepig is weak to Rock, Ground, and Water. Its move, Ember, will hit a target
two tiles away. It deals super-effective damage to Grass, Ice, Bug, and Steel.
Like all Fire-type starter Pokémon, it has the Blaze ability, which will raise
its Attack once its HP is low.

Scraggy is weak to Flying and Fighting. Its move, Faint Attack, will always hit
the adjacent enemy, and also does extra damage to Psychic and Ghost.

Rhyhorn is weak to Water (4x), Grass (4x), Steel, Ice, and Ground. It is also
immune to Electric. Its move is Bulldoze, which hits all adjacent enemies,
reduces Speed, and does extra damage to Fire, Rock, Poison, Electric, and
Steel. Its ability, Lightningrod, lets it absorb an Electric attack to raise
its own Attack.

Drilbur is weak to Water, Grass, and Ice. Its move is Dig: it will dig
underground in one turn, then hit the enemy on the next. It does extra damage
to Fire, Poison, Steel, Rock, and Electric. Its ability, Sandpit, will heal
its HP while on soil or sand.

Charmander is weak to Rock, Ground, and Water. Its move, Ember, hits targets
two tiles away. It deals super-effective damage to Grass, Ice, Bug, and Steel.
Like all Fire-type starter Pokémon, it has the Blaze ability, which will raise
its Attack once its HP is low.

During a cutscene prior to the actual battle, Shingen refuses to battle you,
thinking you're too weak. As you leave to do something else, your partner
notices that Shingen is actually attacking your kingdom in Pugilis!! So, rather
than face Shingen himself, you'll face one of his cronies.

So, what to do? Like back in Pugilis, you'll be fighting for the control of the
four banners. Again, move Eevee straight to the southwestern one and let
everyone creep onto the field. Same rules apply, it's the same as before, so
just read up there.

I'll also note that you cannot recruit anyone from this battle, so just enjoy
the mass Link boost.

~~~

After the battle, the Terreran soldiers good-heartedly leave and, suddenly,
your main character somehow transforms. Apparently, it is like Pokémon
evolution -- you become more powerful.

So, let's try this again, shall we? Go into Terrera and let's beat Shingen.

O----------------------------O-----------------------------------------------O
|  Battle: Shingen's Army    |  Turns: 30                                    |
O----------------------------O-----------------------------------------------O
|  Opponent Pokémon:         |  Win/Lose Conditions:                         |
|  -- Tepig (Fire)           |  -- Win by claiming all three banners.        |
|  -- Scraggy (Dark/Fighting)|  -- Lose by having your Pokémon KO'ed.        |
|  -- Rhyhorn (Rock/Ground)  |  -- Lose if enemies claim all three banners.  |
|  -- Drilbur (Ground)       |                                               |
|  -- Charmander (Fire)      |                                               |
|  -- Rhyperior (Rock/Ground)|                                               |
O----------------------------O-----------------------------------------------O

Tepig is weak to Rock, Ground, and Water. Its move, Ember, will hit a target
two tiles away. It deals super-effective damage to Grass, Ice, Bug, and Steel.
Like all Fire-type starter Pokémon, it has the Blaze ability, which will raise
its Attack once its HP is low.

Scraggy is weak to Flying and Fighting. Its move, Faint Attack, will always hit
the adjacent enemy, and also does extra damage to Psychic and Ghost.

Rhyhorn is weak to Water (4x), Grass (4x), Steel, Ice, and Ground. It is also
immune to Electric. Its move is Bulldoze, which hits all adjacent enemies,
reduces Speed, and does extra damage to Fire, Rock, Poison, Electric, and
Steel. Its ability, Lightningrod, lets it absorb an Electric attack to raise
its own Attack.

Drilbur is weak to Water, Grass, and Ice. Its move is Dig: it will dig
underground in one turn, then hit the enemy on the next. It does extra damage
to Fire, Poison, Steel, Rock, and Electric. Its ability, Sandpit, will heal
its HP while on soil or sand.

Charmander is weak to Rock, Ground, and Water. Its move, Ember, hits targets
two tiles away. It deals super-effective damage to Grass, Ice, Bug, and Steel.
Like all Fire-type starter Pokémon, it has the Blaze ability, which will raise
its Attack once its HP is low.

Rhyperio is weak to Water (4x), Grass (4x), Steel, Ice, and Ground. It is also
immune to Electric. Its move is Rock Wrecker, which hits a tile three tiles
away, and does extra damage to Flying, Ice, Fire, and Bug. It cannot be used
twice in a row. Its ability, Lightningrod, lets it absorb an Electric attack
to raise its own Attack.

Like with the battle in Greenleaf, we'll have to claim all three banners. Like
usual, stand under one to claim it. You need not hold it for X turns, so just
hope you get to one fast enough. Each one is atop a tower. You'll need to use
a lift near the tower to get up there.

Now transformed, for some reason, you get a different Warrior Skill -- rather
than Top Speed, you get Courage, which boosts Attack AND Range. I sent Eevee
to the northeastern tower, my northern remaining trio to the center tower, and
the other two to the southwestern tower.

Who do you want to recruit? Well, I think Shingen is an automatic win for the
fight, or he just came because I got all the banners without him getting one;
either way, you  *WANT*  him. The Drilbur guy is okay, as is Rhydon. Others,
not too much. Tepig and Charmander you should have, and Scraggy doesn't really
get a bunch of use. I'll only explain the wanted ones after the fight.

~~~

Well, after the battle, an interesting cutscene occurs. Shingen admits he never
wanted to win; in fact, he planned on joining us the whole time! Then comes in
Kenshin, claiming the same for Illusio -- he gives you his own kingdom without
a fight! Two at once, eh?

Now, if you recruited the good ones... Shingen trained Rhyperior and has the
Rally ability (boosts Attack of user and adjacent Pokémon). Katsuyori trains
Drilbur and has the Mighty Blow ability, which raises Attack. Masatoyo has the
familiar Brotherhood ability -- it is Rally, but for Defense.

Congrats! You just got a two-for-one deal. That's REALLY gonna mess up my
section numbering. :)


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 ##                                                                         ##
 #                        Our Tenth Kingdom: Cragspur    **CONQUEST_48**     #
 ##                                                                         ##
 #############################################################################

So, we got two kingdoms at once. We now have nine of the kingdoms in Ransei,
while Nobunaga has the northern eight. It seems like an all-out war is to come.
While we all reflect on this, your partner has made us some food.

As we take this time to calm down, we realize how little this time is.
Suddenly, Nobunaga appears ... and is that ZEKROM!? Hoo, boy... There's no way
we can stand up to that legendary Pokémon. Anyhow, Nobunaga is also soon found
to be your partner's brother, which is mildly startling. After the scene ends,
it is stated that you must first beat Nobunaga's subordinates before facing
him in Dragnor.

So, four more kingdoms are made available: Cragspur, which specializes in Rock;
Viperia, which specializes in Poison; Avia, which specializes in Flying; and
Yakshma, which specializes in Dark. Given, Rock is likely to be the easy one.
We'll do it first, but first, recruitments!

So, it is July of Year 3 on my playthrough. Recruits are at the Farm in Terrera
and they look fairly decent.

O----------------------------------O-----------------------------------------O
|  Battle: Wild/Warriors' Pokémon  |  Turns: 10                              |
O----------------------------------O-----------------------------------------O
|  Opponent Pokémon:               |  Win/Lose Conditions:                   |
|  -- Shieldon (Rock/Steel)        |  -- Win by beating all enemies.         |
|  -- Scyther (Bug/Flying)         |  -- Lose by having your Pokémon KO'ed.  |
|  -- Drilbur (Ground)             |                                         |
|  -- Wooper (Water/Ground)        |                                         |
O----------------------------------O-----------------------------------------O

Shieldon is weak to Fighting (4x), Ground (4x), and Water. Its move is Iron
Head, which can hit up to two tiles away, may cause flinching, and does extra
damage to Rock and Ice. Its ability is Shield, which allows it to take damage
for allies.

Scyther is weak to Rock (4x), Fire, Electric, and Flying. Its move is Fury
Cutter, which deals damage on the three tiles its facing, is powerful when used
in succession, and deals extra damage to Dark, Grass, and Psychic. Its Swarm
ability raises its Attack when in low HP.

Drilbur is weak to Water, Grass, and Ice. Its move is Dig: it will dig
underground in one turn, then hit the enemy on the next. It does extra damage
to Fire, Poison, Steel, Rock, and Electric. Its ability, Sandpit, will heal
its HP while on soil or sand.

Wooper is weak to Grass (4x) and immune to Electric. It can use Water Gun,
which will hit up to two tiles away, and will be super-effective against Fire,
Rock, and Ground. It has the Deep Sleep ability, which lets it recover HP while
asleep.

So, who first? Well, Shieldon is of the Rock/Steel-type, which gives it a HUGE
set of defenses you'll love, and it has a Steel-type move, a rarity. Scyther is
also pretty good. And Drilbur should be one you've already obtained. I'd first
gang up on Shieldon, then go for Scyther, then Drilbur.

~~~

Recruit data! Tomonobu trained Shieldon and has the Shout Warrior Skill, which
will cure allies of Sleep/Confusion. Masakage trained Scyther and has the Deep
Breath Warrior Skill, which restores HP at the cost of not moving for three
turns. Yataro trained Drilbur and has the Impact Warrior Skill, causing enemies
to flinch for three turns. All in all, not a bad set.

On the next month, August of Year 3, you'll find Starly and Magikarp Warriors
in the Terrera Farm. Not a very good choice, nor is any other area available at
that time.

-- Terrera's Farm yields Magikarp and Starly Warriors.
-- Illusio's Floating Rock yields an Ekans Warrior and a Beedrill Warrior.
-- Pugilis's Park yields a Venipede Warrior.
-- Greenleaf's Ravine yields a Tepig Warrior.
-- Violight's Sky Garden yields an Anorith and a Shinx Warrior, the latter being
   special and under unknown special recruitment conditions.
-- Ignis's Cave yields Machop, Gurdurr, and Pineco Warriors, the last one being
   under unknown special recruitment conditions.

Take who you want. I'm only really in this to provide stuff on decent recruits,
and these aren't exactly good. So, do your recruitment, I guess.

Once you're ready, let's march some people into Terrera to invade Cragspur. But
who?

Eevee and Jigglypuff are required, as always. You'll want to bring some Water
Pokémon and some Grass Pokémon, but try to specialize with the former, because
of the Pansear you'll also fight. Pretty simple, so let's go.

O----------------------------O------------------------------------------------O
|  Battle: Nobunaga's Army   |  Turns: 20                                     |
O----------------------------O------------------------------------------------O
|  Opponent Pokémon:         |  Win/Lose Conditions:                          |
|  -- Boldore (Rock)         |  -- Win by defeating all of the enemy Pokémon. |
|  -- Pansear (Fire)         |  -- Lose by having your Pokémon KO'ed.         |
|  -- Machop (Fighting)      |                                                |
|  -- Larvitar (Rock/Ground) |                                                |
|  -- Onix (Rock/Ground)     |                                                |
|  -- Roggenrola (Rock)      |                                                |
O----------------------------O------------------------------------------------O

Boldore is weak to Grass, Water, Steel, Ground, and Fighting. Its move is
Rock Slide, which hits three tiles in front of it, may cause flinching, and
will deal extra damage to Fire, Ice, and Flying. Its ability, Sturdy, stops
one-hit KO attacks.

Pansear is weak to Water, Ground, and Rock. Its move is Flame Burst, which hits
the tile two tiles in front of it and all diagonally-adjacent tiles, and deals
extra damage to Steel, Grass, Ice, and Bug. Its ability is Melee, which lets it
hit adjacent enemies in the heat of battle.

Machop is weak to Flying and Psychic. Its move is Karate Chop, which hits an
adjacent enemy, has a raised critical-hit rate, and deals extra damage to Rock,
Ice, Steel, and Normal. Its ability is Guts, which raises its Attack when under
a status effect.

Larvitar is weak to Grass (4x), Water (4x), Steel, Ice, and Ground, and is
immune to Electric. Its move is Rock Tomb, which hits a target two tiles away,
may reduce Range, and inflicts extra damage to Flying, Ice, and Fire. Its
ability is Sandpit, which lets it restore HP while on soil or sand.

Onix is also weak to Grass (4x), Water (4x), Steel, Ice, and Ground, and is
immune to Electric. Its move is Rock Tomb, which hits a target two tiles away,
may reduce Range, and inflicts extra damage to Flying, Ice, and Fire. Its
ability is Jagged Edge, which inflict damage on those who hit it with a contact
move.

Roggenrola is weak to Water, Steel, Ground, Fighting, and Grass. Its move is
Rock Blast, which hits a tile two tiles away two to five times, and deals extra
damage to Fire, Ice, and Flying. Its ability is Bodyguard, which allows it to
take damage for adjacent allies.

Okay, let's begin. You'll first want to get a low-Range Pokémon and put it on
the nearby switch to open up the pathway, then get everyone out of that
enclosed area so the true fight can begin.

You'll want to send half out the left door and half out the right one. You
want your Water-type(s) for sure to head out the left door, and everyone else
out the right door. If you cannot put three Water Pokémon out, you'll want to
send Eevee or Jigglypuff in their place, not a Grass-type. Grass-types need to
be on the right.

So, how to do this? Well, you won't be able to recruit anyone after this fight;
at least, I couldn't. I know I beat three guys in less than three turns, and
the others with Vine Whip. So, all-out offense.

Also ALWAYS take note of the boulders on the field. Hit one with an attack and
it will roll downhill (towards the place where you started out). This can deal
out some pretty nasty damage.

~~~

So, congrats, you've gotten one of Nobunaga's kingdoms.


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 #                        Our Eleventh Kingdom: Avia     **CONQUEST_49**     #
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After beating up Cragspur, Keiji will come by, noticing that you've
transformed. And then, you'll love this, he gives you three of the elemental
stones: Fire Stone, Thunderstone, and Water Stone! If you go into battle after
handing a Pokémon one of these, you'll end up having an evolved Pokémon!

So, what do you want? Using them on Eevee can yield Flareon (Fire), Jolteon
(Electric), and Vaporeon (Water), respectively. Other Pokémon, though, can use
them as well: Vulpix with the Fire Stone can become a Ninetales, Pikachu with
the Thunderstone becomes Raichu, and Panpour becomes Simipour. And that is just
a few of them! They work like in the mainstream games, so go off that knowledge
if you want, or look up one of the FAQs for Pokémon Black/White (1 or 2).

Pick carefully, though. All evolutions are impossible to de-evolve; so what
you get, you get stuck with. Personally, I put the Thunderstone on Eevee, the
Fire Stone on a Pansear I like, and the Water Stone on a Panpour I liked. Do as
you wish, though.

So, before we go for the next kingdom, time to do some recruiting. By the by, I
am at September, Year 3, so this may vary. I decided just to settle, because we
will have a Dark kingdom in a few moments. Begin with the Park in Cragspur.

O----------------------------------O-----------------------------------------O
|  Battle: Wild/Warriors' Pokémon  |  Turns: 10                              |
O----------------------------------O-----------------------------------------O
|  Opponent Pokémon:               |  Win/Lose Conditions:                   |
|  -- Skorupi (Poison/Bug)         |  -- Win by beating all enemies.         |
|  -- Aron (Rock/Steel)            |  -- Lose by having your Pokémon KO'ed.  |
|  -- Roggenrola (Rock)            |                                         |
O----------------------------------O-----------------------------------------O

Skorupi is weak to Flying, Fire, Rock, and Psychic. Its move is Poison Jab,
which hits an adjacent enemy, may induce poisoning, and deals extra damage to
Grass. Its ability is Battle Armor, preventing critical hits.

Aron is weak to Fighting (4x), Ground (4x), and Water. It is immune to Poison.
Its move is Metal Claw, which hits an adjacent enemy, may up the user's Attack,
and does extra damage to Ice and Rock. Its ability is Sturdy, preventing
one-hit KO attacks.

Roggenrola is weak to Water, Steel, Ground, Fighting, and Grass. Its move is
Rock Blast, which hits a tile two tiles away two to five times, and deals extra
damage to Fire, Ice, and Flying. Its ability is Bodyguard, which allows it to
take damage for adjacent allies.

You'll definitely want to go for Skorupi first. It may not provide a Bug move
to work weaknesses off of, but that Battle Armor is a huge bonus. Aron is also
a nice Link, so consider that, especially because its move hurts Ice, a type
we've yet to fight in a kingdom.

~~~

Okay, next month (October, Year 3 for me). You can find few decent Warriors at
the Floating Rock of Illusio, so head there.

O----------------------------------O-----------------------------------------O
|  Battle: Wild/Warriors' Pokémon  |  Turns: 10                              |
O----------------------------------O-----------------------------------------O
|  Opponent Pokémon:               |  Win/Lose Conditions:                   |
|  -- Cubchoo (Ice)                |  -- Win by beating all enemies.         |
|  -- Joltik (Electric/Bug)        |  -- Lose by having your Pokémon KO'ed.  |
|  -- Ekans (Poison)               |                                         |
|  -- Ralts (Psychic)              |                                         |
|  -- Gothita (Psychic)            |                                         |
O----------------------------------O-----------------------------------------O

Cubchoo is weak to Rock, Steel, Fighting, and Fire. Its move is Powder Snow,
which hits the two tiles in front of it, may freeze the target, and deals extra
damage to Flying, Ground, and Dragon. Its Stealth ability lets it more easily
evade on favorable terrain.

Joltik is weak to Fire and Rock. Its move is Electro Ball, which hits a tile
two tiles in front of it, and deals more damage to fast targets, Flying, and
Water. Its ability, Compoundeyes, boosts accuracy.

Ekans is weak to Ground and Psychic. Its move is Poison Sting, which hits the
two tiles it's facing, may poison, and deals more damage to Grass. Its ability,
Intimidate, lowers nearby enemies' Attack.

Ralts is weak to Dark, Ghost, and Bug. Its attack is Confusion, which hits
three tiles away, may cause confusion, and deals more damage to Fighting and
Poison. Its ability, Instinct, lets it evade more easily.

Gothita is weak to Bug, Ghost, and Dark. Its attack is Confusion, which hits
three tiles away, may cause confusion, and deals more damage to Fighting and
Poison. Its ability, Instinct, lets it evade more easily.

Well, Cubchoo will be a big bounty for you. Don't let its cute appearance fool
you: Ice-type Pokémon are some of the best, for only they and Dragons have an
advantage over Dragons, easily the strongest Pokémon in the game. Joltik is
also a good choice, given its few weaknesses. Ekans, bleh. Ralts and Gothita
may make nice Links, though Fighting and Poison are typically not types you
should be worried about. Gang up on the ones you want.

~~~

Well, beyond that, I didn't many other useful recruitments. Take want you want
out of the remaining pool (during November of Year 3):

-- At the Chrysalia Ravine, an Ekans Warrior.
-- At the Violight Sky Garden, an Anorith Warrior.
-- At the Fontaine Ravine, an unknown-special-condition Gurdurr Warrior.
-- At the Terrera Farm, an unknown-special-condition Kirlia Warrior.

Well, I guess that is it. It is time to head for another kingdom; I'm choosing
Avia. So, who to bring?

Any Electric types are a huge bounty: their Electric moves deal double damage,
but they resist Flying moves! This same idea will also apply to Pokémon of the
Rock-type, so consider them. I would suggest bringing along three or four.
Since there is a Carnivine to fight as well, I would prefer bringing along Ice
Pokémon, for their advantage over Flying as well. Rock Pokémon also make a
nice one, and Rock/Steel Pokémon take one-fourth of the damage from Flying.

For reference, I brought along Jolteon, Jigglypuff, Cubchoo, Rhyperior,
Charmeleon, Pikachu, and Aron. It's not the best party, but we haven't exactly
found that many Ice-, Electric-, or Rock-types on my playthrough. They still
work pretty good, though. March all six over to Illusio and invade Avia.

O-----------------------------O-----------------------------------------------O
|  Battle: Nobunaga's Army    |  Turns: 20                                    |
O-----------------------------O-----------------------------------------------O
|  Opponent Pokémon:          |  Win/Lose Conditions:                         |
|  -- Braviary (Normal/Flying)|  -- Win by beating all of the enemy Pokémon.  |
|  -- Carnivine (Grass)       |  -- Lose by having your Pokémon KO'ed.        |
|  -- Starly (Normal/Flying)  |                                               |
|  -- Staravia (Normal/Flying)|                                               |
|  -- Golbat (Poison/Flying)  |                                               |
|  -- Rufflet (Normal/Flying) |                                               |
O-----------------------------O-----------------------------------------------O

Braviary is weak to Ice, Rock, and Electric, and immune to Ground and Ghost.
Its move, Sky Drop, lets it fly up one turn, then attack on the next, dealing
extra damage to Fighting, Grass, and Bug Pokémon. Its ability, Keen Eye,
prevents lowering of accuracy.

Carnivine is weak to Flying, Fire, Ice, Bug, and Poison. Its attack is Vine
Whip, which will hit the tile in front of it and the tiles left and right of
there, and deals extra damage to Water, Rock, and Ground. Its ability,
Levitate, will immunize it from Ground moves.

Starly is weak to Ice, Rock, and Electric, and immune to Ground and Ghost.
Its move, Quick Attack, hits an adjacent enemy, but lacks super-effective
effects. Its ability, Keen Eye, prevents accuracy loss.

Staravia is weak to Ice, Rock, and Electric, and immune to Ground and Ghost.
Its move, Wing Attack, deals extra damage to Bug, Grass, and Fighting. Its
ability, Hero, raises its Attack and Defense when the army is about to lose.

Golbat is weak to Ice, Rock, Electric, and Psychic, and is immune to Ground.
Its move, Poison Fang, attacks an adjacent enemy, may badly poison, and deals
extra damage to Grass. Its ability, Interference, lowers nearby enemies'
accuracy.

Rufflet is weak to Ice, Rock, and Electric, and immune to Ground and Ghost.
Its move, Wing Attack, deals extra damage to Bug, Grass, and Fighting. Its
ability, Keen Eye, prevents accuracy loss.

So, what to do here? Well, you probably already know from previous grinding for
recruits, but that arrow ramp will jump you across the gap if you stand on it
at the end of the turn. This battle will easily get complicated, so strategies
are very tough to make. I can really just say to heal when needed and abuse
weaknesses. And never leave a Pokémon alone unless it is of the Rock/Steel
type. Recruits from here are not allowed, so deal with it and just fight
without letting up (unless it is to heal or move around).

~~~

So, now we have eleven of seventeen kingdoms. Sweet.


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 #                       Our Twelfth Kingdom: Viperia   **CONQUEST_410**     #
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The month after the fight versus Avia, your partner will come up, claiming
Jigglypuff's been acting odd since the fight versus Nobunaga began. Just now,
she hands over the Jigglypuff Charm Jigglypuff gave her. This item will prevent
all status ailments when equipped on one of Oichi's Pokémon; it has no effect
for anyone else.

So, in December of Year 3, I decided to go shopping for once. Do what you want.

In January of Year 4, Nobunaga will attack Cragspur. The battle varies too
greatly depending on who invades and, if no one is there, then it'll be taken
over. Defend your kingdom! Thanks to yoshi_chao for reminding me of this!

Our recruitment search will be in February, Year 4. There is a nice fight in
the Avia Sky Garden.

O----------------------------------O-----------------------------------------O
|  Battle: Wild/Warriors' Pokémon  |  Turns: 10                              |
O----------------------------------O-----------------------------------------O
|  Opponent Pokémon:               |  Win/Lose Conditions:                   |
|  -- Axew (Dragon)                |  -- Win by beating all enemies.         |
|  -- Machop (Fighting)            |  -- Lose by having your Pokémon KO'ed.  |
|  -- Starly (Normal/Flying)       |                                         |
O----------------------------------O-----------------------------------------O

Axew is weak to Ice and Dragon. Its move is Dragon Rage, which hits up to two
tiles away and deals 40 damage, always. Its ability, Instincit, raises its
evasion.

Machop is weak to Flying and Psychic. Its move is Karate Chop, which hits an
adjacent enemy, has a raised critical-hit rate, and deals extra damage to Rock,
Ice, Steel, and Normal. Its ability is Guts, which raises its Attack when under
a status effect.

Starly is weak to Ice, Rock, and Electric, and immune to Ground and Ghost.
Its move, Quick Attack, hits an adjacent enemy, but lacks super-effective
effects. Its ability, Keen Eye, prevents accuracy loss.

Definitely head straight for Axew. No exceptions; that's the main reason why
we're here for the recruiting. Machop is okay, but save him for the end.

~~~

Next month, there isn't a whole lot of good choices. I'll just list them. Do
what you want, but I'm not going to cover what really doesn't need it.

-- The Cragspur Cave has Beedrill, (special) Kirlia, and Riolu Warriors.
-- The Illusio Floating Rock has a Starly Warrior.
-- The Chrysalia Ravine has (special) Tepig, Magikarp, and Anorith Warriors.
-- The Violight Sky Garden has Igglybuff and Ekans Warriors.
-- The Greenleaf Ravine has Machop and (special) Gurdurr Warriors.
-- The Aurora Farm has Machop and Charmander Warriors.
-- The Ignis Cave has Chingling, Treecko, and Ekans Warriors.
-- The Pugilis Park has a special Cubchoo Warrior (why it's not worth it).

As I said, do as you wish. Most of these aren't exactly worth it, due to having
specials that I can't grab, or just useless ones (to me). Anywho, we're going
to fight Viperia next.

They specialize in the Poison type. Therefore, you'll want to bring a fair few
Psychic or Ground users. Note that there is a Fire-type, so I'd focus moreso on
Ground. Spiritomb is also here: it has no weaknesses, so note that.

For reference, I brought along Jolteon, Jigglypuff, Gallade, two Quagsires, and
Drilbur.

O-----------------------------O-----------------------------------------------O
|  Battle: Nobunaga's Army    |  Turns: 15                                    |
O-----------------------------O-----------------------------------------------O
|  Opponent Pokémon:          |  Win/Lose Conditions:                         |
|  -- Golbat (Poison/Flying)  |  -- Win by claiming all three of the banners. |
|  -- Monferno (Fire/Fighting)|  -- Lose by having your Pokémon KO'ed.        |
|  -- Spiritomb (Dark/Ghost)  |  -- Lose if the enemy claims all banners.     |
|  -- Zubat (Poison/Flying)   |                                               |
|  -- Arbok (Poison)          |                                               |
|  -- Ekans (Poison)          |                                               |
O-----------------------------O-----------------------------------------------O

Golbat is weak to Psychic, Ice, Rock, and Electric, and is immune to Ground.
Its move is Poison Fang: it attacks an adjacent enemy, may badly poison, and
deals extra damage to Grass. Its ability, Inner Focus, stops flinches.

Monferno is Hideyoshi's Pokémon evolved from when we beat him way back. It is
weak to Water, Ground, Flying, and Psychic. Its move is Flame Wheel, which
attacks two tiles away, may burn, and does extra damage to Grass, Bug, Ice,
and Steel. Its ability, Blaze, raises its Attack when its HP is low.

Spiritomb lacks weaknesses and is immune to Normal, Fighting, and Psychic. Its
move, Shadow Sneak, attacks an adjacent enemy and does extra damage to Ghost
and Psychic. Its ability, Interference, lowers nearby enemies' accuracy.

Zubat is weak to Psychic, Ice, Rock, and Electric, and is immune to Ground. Its
move is Wing Attack, which hits an adjacent enemy and does extra damage to Bug,
Fighting, and Grass. Its ability, Melee, will let it hit adjacent enemies in
the heat of battle.

Arbok is weak to Psychic and Ground. Its move is Venoshock, which hits the tile
two tiles away and the ones to the left of right of there; it deals double
damage whilst poisoned, and deals extra damage to Grass. Its ability,
Intimidate, will lower nearby enemies' Attack.

Ekans is weak to Psychic and Ground. Its move is Poison Sting, which can hit up
to two tiles away, may poison, and deals extra damage to Grass. Its ability is
Shed Skin, which will allow it to cure a status over time.

So, you have to claim some banners. There is a set path for you to go on: to
the eastern room, the central one, then the western one for all of the banners.
You should let your high-Range characters to the west, your low ones go to the
eastern one, and all else need to hit the center. I would avoid the secret
passages on the field if possible, and also fight enemies when possible. It is
easier when the enemies are gone, no?

Also about the secret passages: their paths are set. Therefore, you may find
some to be to your advantage. I'd avoid them unless I knew where they'd take
me. That one in the starting room seems to be good for low-Range Pokémon. As
your enemy may end up piling up as they leave the northern room, you'll want
to beware of attacks from behind.

And also be careful of the purplish water: it will induce the Poison status
on whoever steps on it if they're not of the Poison or Steel types.

And, as usual, you won't be able to recruit anyone.

~~~

Woo, yeah, another kingdom.


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 #                      Our Thirteenth Kingdom: Yaksha  **CONQUEST_411**     #
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So, of the four of Nobunaga's kingdoms we originally were offered, one remains.
Yaksha, the Dark kingdom, is probably going to be the hardest one if you have
not done any kind of recruiting for Fighters or Bugs.

So, for me, it is April of Year 4. Currently available recruitments are not
very promising, except perhaps one in the Violight Sky Garden.

O----------------------------------O-----------------------------------------O
|  Battle: Wild/Warriors' Pokémon  |  Turns: 10                              |
O----------------------------------O-----------------------------------------O
|  Opponent Pokémon:               |  Win/Lose Conditions:                   |
|  -- Ekans (Poison)               |  -- Win by beating all enemies.         |
|  -- Machop (Fighting)            |  -- Lose by having your Pokémon KO'ed.  |
|  -- Shinx (Electric)             |                                         |
O----------------------------------O-----------------------------------------O

Ekans is weak to Psychic and Ground. Its move is Poison Sting, which can hit up
to two tiles away, may poison, and deals extra damage to Grass. Its ability is
Intimidate, which weakens nearby enemies' Attack.

Machop is weak to Flying and Psychic. Its move is Karate Chop, which hits an
adjacent enemy, has a raised critical-hit rate, and deals extra damage to Rock,
Ice, Steel, and Normal. Its ability is Guts, which raises its Attack when under
a status effect.

Shinx is weak to Ground. Its move is Spark, which hits an adjacent tile, and
deals extra damage to Flying and Water. It has the Intimidate ability, which
will lower nearby enemies' Attack.

You'll first want to go for Machop. That's the only reason why we're even here:
to gather Fighting types. Ekans is not special and Shinx may make a good Link,
though it has no use in the foreseeable future. Gang up on Machop.

~~~

After dealing with an enemy invasion, we'll restart recruitment on June of 
Year 4. Options aren't exactly desirable. I'll just list them and let you go
for whoever you want; I'll note that I didn't go for any of these.

-- In Aurora's Farm, you'll find Treecko and Ekans.
-- In Ignis's Cave, you'll find Bidoof.
-- In Fontaine's Ravine, you'll find Venipede and Chingling.
-- In Violight's Sky Garden, you'll find Beedrill.
-- In Greenleaf's Ravine, you'll find Machop. We should have plenty by now.
-- In Pugilis, you'll find a special Shinx.
-- In Terrera, you'll find a special Pineco.
-- In Illusio, you'll find Riolu.
-- In Chrysalia, you'll find Scraggy, Anorith, and Igglybuff.
-- In Cragspur, you'll find (special) Kirlia and a Tepig.

Again, do as you wish. That Machop may or may not be tempting; do it if you
want.

So, once you're ready, you should prepare for the invasion of Yaksha, the
Dark kingdom. The Dark type is weak to Fighting and Bug, and is immune to
Psychic. Who do you want to bring?

Well, Fighting-types are preferred for this, because of the potential to abuse
double-weaknesses. An Electric type will help out with one of the Pokémon and
a Grass/Water type is good for another one.

So, my party ended up being Jolteon, Jigglypuff, two Machops, Carnivine, and
Scyther.

O-----------------------------O-----------------------------------------------O
|  Battle: Nobunaga's Army    |  Turns: 20                                    |
O-----------------------------O-----------------------------------------------O
|  Opponent Pokémon:          |  Win/Lose Conditions:                         |
|  -- Zoroark (Dark)          |  -- Win by beating all of the enemy Pokémon.  |
|  -- Krokorok (Dark/Ground)  |  -- Lose by having your Pokémon KO'ed.        |
|  -- Pawniard (Dark/Steel)   |                                               |
|  -- Scrafty (Dark/Fighting) |                                               |
|  -- Zubat (Poison/Flying)   |                                               |
|  -- Scraggy (Dark/Fighting) |                                               |
O-----------------------------O-----------------------------------------------O

Zoroark is weak to Fighting and Bug, and immune to Psychic. Its move is Night
Daze, which hits all adjacent tiles, may lower target accuracy, and does extra
damage to Psychic and Ghost. Its ability, Pride, raises Attack and Defense when
under the effect of a status ailment.

Krokorok is weak to Grass, Water, Ice, and Bug, and immune to Psychic and
Electric. Its move is Bite, which hits an adjacent enemy, may cause flinching,
and does extra damage to Psychic and Ghost. Its ability, Moxie, raises its
Attack for one turn after beating an enemy.

Pawniard is weak to Fighting (4x), Fire, and Ground, and is immune to Psychic
and Poison. Its move is Assurance, which hits an adjacent enemy, doubles in
power if the target has already taken damage, and does extra damage to Ghost
and Psychic. Its ability is Parry, letting it block some contact attacks.

Scrafty is weak to Fighting and Flying, and is immune to Psychic. Its move is
Hi-Jump Kick, which will hit an enemy two tiles away, damages the user if the
attack misses, and does extra damage to Ice, Rock, Steel, and Normal. Its
ability is Shed Skin, which lets it heal its own status ailments.

Zubat is weak to Psychic, Ice, Rock, and Electric, and is immune to Ground. Its
move is Wing Attack, which hits an adjacent enemy and does extra damage to Bug,
Fighting, and Grass. Its ability, Melee, will let it hit adjacent enemies in
the heat of battle.

Scraggy is weak to Fighting and Flying, and is immune to Psychic. Its move is
Faint Attack, which hits an adjacent enemy without failing, and will do
super-effective damage to the Ghost and Psychic types. Its ability is Shed
Skin, which lets it heal its own status ailments.

There's not a whole lot at all to mention about this fight. You'll just pretty
much have to try and not get attacked by a bunch of enemies at once, which
won't often happen in a six-on-six. Also try to avoid the Pokémon who have
immunities to your moves -- Jolteon should avoid Krokorok, for example.

~~~

And thusly, another kingdom goes down. Only four more left!


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 #                      Our Fourteenth Kingdom: Valora  **CONQUEST_412**     #
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So then, we've finally claimed exactly half of Nobunaga's kingdoms. It seems
like his plan to destroy Ransei is falling apart.

After having conquered the southern four of Nobunaga's kingdoms, the last of
which we chose to do being Yaksha, a man named Mitsuhide will come to you with
his Lapras. He has decided to tell you that, despite having been not beaten,
your efforts are futile. It's soon revealed that Mitsuhide is one of the
Nobunaga's closest advisors, so I think we can disregard his comments. But it
is also apparent that Nobunaga's strongest men guard the remaining three
kingdoms Nobunaga has...

Three? I'm confused, but the game says seventeen exist. We have conquered
exactly thirteen. 13 + 3 = 16, 16 < 17. Basic math. Oh, forget it.

So, three kingdoms: Valora, the Steel specialists; Spectra, the ghastly Ghost
users; and Nixtorm, the frosty Ice users. (See, we're even forgetting the
Dragon-type!) So, which first? The two we can reach are Valora and Spectra.
Steel, despite resisting eleven types, also has some weaknesses. These
weaknesses are ones we have often used before: Ground, Fire, and Fighting.

I would still want to look for some recruits, though, so we'll begin there.
When I started this list, we're assuming that it is July of Year 4. The best
shot would be the Ravine in Greenleaf.

O----------------------------------O-----------------------------------------O
|  Battle: Wild/Warriors' Pokémon  |  Turns: 10                              |
O----------------------------------O-----------------------------------------O
|  Opponent Pokémon:               |  Win/Lose Conditions:                   |
|  -- Chingling (Psychic)          |  -- Win by beating all enemies.         |
|  -- Machop (Fighting)            |  -- Lose by having your Pokémon KO'ed.  |
|  -- Gurdurr (Fighting)           |                                         |
|  -- Treecko (Grass)              |                                         |
O----------------------------------O-----------------------------------------O

Machop is weak to Flying and Psychic. Its move is Karate Chop, which hits an
adjacent enemy, has a raised critical-hit rate, and deals extra damage to Rock,
Ice, Steel, and Normal. Its ability is Guts, which raises its Attack when under
a status effect.

Chingling is weak to Ghost, Dark, and Bug. Its move is Confusion, which hits a
tile three tiles away, may cause confusion, and will deal extra damage to
Poison and Fighting. Its ability, Levitate, immunizes it from Ground moves.

Gurdurr is weak to Flying and Psychic. Its move is Wake-Up Slap, which hits an
adjacent enemy, and does greater damage to Sleeping targets, Rock, Ice, Steel,
and Normal. Its ability is Thrust, letting it push back enemies with attacks.

Treecko is weak to Fire, Ice, Bug, Poison, and Flying. Its move is Absorb,
which takes HP from the enemy, and deals extra damage to Water, Ground, and
Rock. Its ability is Overgrow, raising its Attack when its HP is low.

Here, you'll want to focus on Machop. I know, you'd prefer Gurdurr, but it is
one of those special Pokémon that you can't recruit without meeting certain,
unknown condition. Machop is key in two of the next kingdom fights. Treecko may
be a nice Link, Pokémon. So first gang up on Machop, then do as you will.

~~~

So, what's good come August (Year 4)? Well, there's quite a few Pokémon in
Cragspur's Park, one being a Tepig just under the power of the special Pokémon,
so I recommend going there.

O----------------------------------O-----------------------------------------O
|  Battle: Wild/Warriors' Pokémon  |  Turns: 10                              |
O----------------------------------O-----------------------------------------O
|  Opponent Pokémon:               |  Win/Lose Conditions:                   |
|  -- Tepig (Fire)                 |  -- Win by beating all enemies.         |
|  -- Aron (Rock/Steel)            |  -- Lose by having your Pokémon KO'ed.  |
|  -- Aron (Rock/Steel)            |                                         |
O----------------------------------O-----------------------------------------O

Tepig is weak to Rock, Ground, and Water. Its move, Ember, will hit a target
two tiles away. It deals super-effective damage to Grass, Ice, Bug, and Steel.
Like all Fire-type starter Pokémon, it has the Blaze ability, which will raise
its Attack once its HP is low.

Aron is weak to Fighting (4x), Ground (4x), and Water. It is immune to Poison.
Its move is Metal Claw, which hits an adjacent enemy, may up the user's Attack,
and does extra damage to Ice and Rock. Its ability is Sturdy, preventing
one-hit KO attacks.

So, what do you want to do here? That Tepig is a decently-powerful recruit,
and will aide greatly in two of the to-be kingdom fights. Aron is not so much
a Pokémon you want, though Linking with them will help versus Nixtorm, so I
recommend Linking with them. So, in short, gang up on Tepig and win in less
than four turns -- should be easy -- and Link with Arons.

~~~

And on September of Year 4, I find recruitments to be not as good. Pick who you
want, I guess. I won't cover these, as usual, because I don't see them to be
worth it.

-- In Aurora, you'll find a (special) Gurdurr and a Beedrill Warrior.
-- In Ignis, you'll find a Magikarp Warrior.
-- In Fontaine, you'll find a Ralts Warrior.
-- In Pugilis, you find special Shinx and Pineco Warriors.
-- In Avia, you find Gible (knowing Dragon Rage), Abra, and Cottonee Warriors.
-- In Chrysalia, you find an Anorith Warrior.
-- In Cragspur, you find a special Cubchoo Warrior and a normal Joltik user.
-- In Yaksha, you find a Beedrill Warrior.

Again, I bet you noticed that Gible up there. It uses Dragon Rage, which always
does 40 damage. You need Pokémon better than that, so it isn't worth it.

Once you're done, let's prepare our team for Valora, the Steel specialists.
Steel is weak to Fire, Fighting, and Ground; immune to Poison; takes regular
damage from Water and Electric; and resists all else. Therefore, we need a
decent team.

Lesse... There are three Rock/Steel types there: you'll want to bring Fighting
or Ground Pokémon for them. You'll want one Grass Pokémon for a Quagsire, one
Fire-type for a Metagross, and a sixth, decent Pokémon -- i.e. Electric -- to
finish off a Chimecho.

So who'd I bring? Jolteon, Carnivine, two Machokes, Tepig, and a Machop. Yep,
I finally found a decent Link for my partner! ^_^

O------------------------------O----------------------------------------------O
|  Battle: Nobunaga's Army     |  Turns: 25                                   |
O------------------------------O----------------------------------------------O
|  Opponent Pokémon:           |  Win/Lose Conditions:                        |
|  -- Aggron (Rock/Steel)      |  -- Win by beating all of the enemy Pokémon. |
|  -- Metagross (Steel/Psychic)|  -- Lose by having your Pokémon KO'ed.       |
|  -- Quagsire (Water/Ground)  |                                              |
|  -- Aron (Rock/Steel)        |                                              |
|  -- Chimecho (Psychic)       |                                              |
|  -- Aron (Rock/Steel)        |                                              |
O------------------------------O----------------------------------------------O

Aggron is weak to Fighting (4x), Ground (4x), and Water. It's immune to Poison.
Its move is Iron Tail, which hits the three tiles it is facing, pushes the
targets back, and does extra damage to Ice and Rock. Its ability is Sturdy,
preventing one-hit KO attacks.

Metagross is weak to Fire and Ground, and is immune to Poison. Its move is its
trademark Meteor Mash, hitting an adjacent enemy, pushing them back. It may
raise the user's Attack, and does extra damage to Ice and Rock. Its ability,
Bodyguard, may let it take damage for adjacent allies.

Quagsire is weak to Grass (4x), and is immune to Electric. Its move is Mud
Bomb, which hits an enemy two tiles away, may lower accuracy, and does extra
damage to Electric, Rock, Steel, and Fire. Its ability, Shackles, will lower
the Range of enemies its attack hits.

Aron is weak to Fighting (4x), Ground (4x), and Water. It is immune to Poison.
Its move is Metal Claw, which hits an adjacent enemy, may up the user's Attack,
and does extra damage to Ice and Rock. Its ability is Bodyguard, which will
let it take damage for adjacent allies.

Chimecho is weak to Dark, Ghost, and Bug. Its move is Psyshock, which hits a
target two tiles away with physical damage, and will do extra damage to
Fighting and Psychic. Its ability, Levitate, will immunize it from Ground
moves.

This field is one of the toughest you'll play. Let's begin with those cogs.
They will raise and lower the nearest fences. The lowered ones are easily
crossable, whereas those that are raised cannot be passed.

The other object of note are the cameras. They will move around the field. If
you land next to one, or vice versa, it will move you somewhere else. This
makes it very frustrating to make a strategy, because you never know when
they'll move or where they'll move you. So all I can say is that you'll want to
abuse weaknesses whenever possible and have Pokémon follow the target enemy
Pokémon that satisfies that.

And you can always consider a positional strategy. For example, you know those
four-tile greenish landmasses? I got caught in a six-on-one with just Jolteon
on the north-central one and, because of the computer's lack of thinking ahead,
I was able to blast out Metagross, Aggron, two Arons, and Chimecho, all with
just Jolteon, because one Pokémon (Chimecho) got in the way of everyone from
coming in, and everyone else couldn't attack at a range.

~~~

With enough work, you'll finally have another kingdom!


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 #                      Our Fifteenth Kingdom: Nixtorm  **CONQUEST_413**     #
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Our next destination is Nixtorm, by far the easiest of the seventeen kingdoms.
This is because Fire, Fighting, Rock, and Steel all have an advantage over
Ice, which is a wide variety of mostly-commong types. Secondly, there is a
small variety in that kingdom's types: Water/Ice, Ice, and Psychic. That's it.

But, first, recruitment! It is now December, Year 4, for me. There is a
Misdreavus Warrior in Viperia's Park; let's go there.

O----------------------------------O-----------------------------------------O
|  Battle: Wild/Warriors' Pokémon  |  Turns: 10                              |
O----------------------------------O-----------------------------------------O
|  Opponent Pokémon:               |  Win/Lose Conditions:                   |
|  -- Misdreavus (Ghost)           |  -- Win by beating all enemies.         |
|  -- Ekans (Poison)               |  -- Lose by having your Pokémon KO'ed.  |
|  -- Gastly (Ghost/Poison)        |                                         |
O----------------------------------O-----------------------------------------O

Misdreavus is weak to Ghost and Dark, and is immune to Normal and Fighting. Its
move is Astonish, which hits an adjacent target and pushes them back, may cause
flinching, and does extra damage to Ghost and Psychic. Its ability, Levitate,
also will immunize it to Ground.

Ekans is weak to Psychic and Ground. Its move is Poison Sting, which can hit up
to two tiles away, may poison, and deals extra damage to Grass. Its ability is
Intimidate, which weakens nearby enemies' Attack.

Gastly is weak to Ghost, Dark, and Psychic, and is immune to Normal, Fighting,
and Ground (via the Levitate ability). Its move is Lick, which hits an adjacent
enemy, may cause flinching, and deals extra damage to Ghost and Psychic. As I
said earlier, its ability is Levitate.

Definitely go ahead and gang up on Misdreavus first; all in all, this Pokémon
will be a key fighter in Spectra. As will Gastly, in fact, so let someone Link
with him. Ekans - bleh, KO it and move on.

~~~

After this fight, I had to deal with an invasion from Spectra, and I had left
Valora empty.

So, we'll resume recruitment on February of Year 5. Most of the available ones
are ones we have already, have better ones of, or just don't need. I'll go
ahead and list them, but there's no need to worry about recruiting any of these
if you don't wanna; I'm not going to deal with them, in FAQ or game.

-- Tepig and Ekans Warriors are in Aurora.
-- A special Shinx Warrior is in Fontaine.
-- A special Gurdurr, Treecko, and Venipede Warriors are in Violight.
-- Charmander and Beedrill Warriors are in Greenleaf.
-- Gible (using Dragon Rage) and Beedrill Warriors are in Terrera.
-- Anorith and Onix Warriors are in Avia.
-- Dratini (using Dragon Rage) is in Illusio.
-- Riolu, Magikarp, and Joltik Warriors are in Yaksha.
-- Abra is in Valora.

As before, I normally would recommend Gible and Dratini to you: they make great
Dragon-type Pokémon after some evolutions. But Dragon Rage only deals 40 damage
and is not worth it. Charmander is one of those we already have more than a few
of, so it's not entirely worth it. Do as you will, however.

I'll continue to the next kingdom. So, Nixtorm is a kingdom full of frosty
Ice-types. Ice is weak to Rock, Steel, Fighting, and Fire. Given the Pokémon
that will be in this battle against you, I recommend the two Ghosts from
before (or Bug Pokémon), two strong Fire/Fighting/Steel/Rock Pokémon, and then
two strong Electric/Fighting Pokémon.

Who'd I bring? Jolteon, Misdreavus, Gastly, Emboar, and two Machokes.

O------------------------------O----------------------------------------------O
|  Battle: Nobunaga's Army     |  Turns: 25                                   |
O------------------------------O----------------------------------------------O
|  Opponent Pokémon:           |  Win/Lose Conditions:                        |
|  -- Lapras (Water/Ice)       |  -- Win by beating all of the enemy Pokémon. |
|  -- Musharna (Psychic)       |  -- Lose by having your Pokémon KO'ed.       |
|  -- Sealeo (Water/Ice)       |                                              |
|  -- Beartic (Ice)            |                                              |
|  -- Cubchoo (Ice)            |                                              |
|  -- Munna (Psychic)          |                                              |
O------------------------------O----------------------------------------------O

Lapras is weak to Grass, Electric, Rock, and Fighting. Its move is Ice Beam,
which hit the three tiles it is facing, may freeze the target, and does extra
damage to Ground, Flying, and Grass. Its ability, Shell Armor, stops critical
hits.

Musharna is weak to Bug, Dark, and Ghost. Its move is Dream Eater, which hits a
sleeping target to absorb HP, and does extra damage to Fighting and Poison. Its
ability, Calming, may let nearby enemies fall asleep.

Sealeo is weak to Rock, Electric, Fighting, and Grass. Its move is Ice Ball,
which hits a target two tiles away multiple times, becoming stronger each time,
and will deal extra damage to Flying, Grass, and Ground. Its ability, Skater,
will increase its Range on icy terrain.

Beartic is weak to Fire, Fighting, Rock, and Ground. Its move is Icicle Crash,
which hits a target two tiles away, may cause flinching, and deals extra damage
to Ground, Grass, and Flying. Its ability, Tenacity, may induce flinching when
this Pokémon is hit with a contact move.

Cubchoo is weak to Fire, Fighting, Rock, and Ground. Its move is Powder Snow,
which hits the two tiles in front of it, may freeze the target, and deals extra
damage to Flying, Ground, and Grass. Its ability, Stealth, raises its evasion
when on favorable terrain.

Munna is weak to Bug, Dark, and Ghost. Its move is Hypnosis, which induces
the Sleep status. Its ability, Deep Sleep, will increase its HP while the
Pokémon is asleep.

So, what first? Well, there's not a lot special about this battlefield. You
will want your Electric/Fighting Pokémon to go for Lapras and Sealeo, your
Ghost/Bug/Dark Pokémon to beat up Munna, then Musharna afterwards, and your
Fire/Fighting/Rock/Steel Pokémon to shatter Cubchoo and Beartic.

I will note that snowy terrain, such as here, will lower your Range. And icy
terrain is like in the mainstream games: step on it and you'll go sliding
until you bump into something or land. You'll also find drifting ice tiles:
they'll carry you to the other side of the small river.

~~~

And so, you have conquered fifteen kingdoms! Just one more to go!


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 #                      Our Sixteenth Kingdom: Spectra  **CONQUEST_414**     #
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So, we some more recruiting to do before we conquer our sixteenth kingdom. On
March of Year 5, I found Sneasel in Valora's Park. Being Dark/Ice, it'll
help us somewhat.

O----------------------------------O-----------------------------------------O
|  Battle: Wild/Warriors' Pokémon  |  Turns: 10                              |
O----------------------------------O-----------------------------------------O
|  Opponent Pokémon:               |  Win/Lose Conditions:                   |
|  -- Sneasel (Dark/Ice)           |  -- Win by beating all enemies.         |
|  -- Anorith (Bug/Rock)           |  -- Lose by having your Pokémon KO'ed.  |
|  -- Sewaddle (Bug/Grass)         |                                         |
|  -- Litwick (Fire/Ghost)         |                                         |
O----------------------------------O-----------------------------------------O

Sneasel is weak to Fighting (4x), Bug, Fire, Rock, and Steel, and is immune to
Psychic. Its move is Faint Attack, which hits an adjacent target without fail,
and does extra damage to Psychic and Ghost. Its ability, Inner Focus, prevents
flinching.

Anorith is weak to Water and Steel. Its move is Fury Cutter, which hits the
three tiles in front of it, and does more damage if used in succession, and
does more damage to Grass, Dark, and Psychic. Its ability, Battle Armor, stops
critical hits.

Sewaddle is weak to Fire (4x), Ice, Bug, Poison, Flying (4x), and Rock. Its
move, Bug Bite, will attack the enemy in front. It does extra damage to Grass,
Psychic, and Dark. This Sewaddle has the Grass Cloak ability, which raises
Defense while on grass terrain.

Litwick is weak to Ghost, Dark, Rock, Ground, and Water. Its move is Ember,
which hits a target two tiles away, may burn, and does extra damage to Steel,
Grass, Bug, and Ice. Its ability, Flame Body, may have contact attackers get
burned.

So, what to do? I would definitely recommend getting Sneasel recruited; its
stats are a bit low, so it may require training. Of course, if you don't want
Sneasel, have somebody Link up with Litwick. Do want you're going for first,
then beat the stuffings out of the others.

~~~

The next month -- April, Year 5 -- offers slimmer pickings. Do what you want
with what you get. Here's what I found. As usual, since I find the getting of
them to be a bit pointless, I won't cover the fights in detail.

-- In Aurora, you'll find Bidoof.
-- In Fontaine, you'll find Onix.
-- In Violight, you'll find Aron.
-- In Greenleaf, you'll find a special Tepig and Ekans.
-- In Nixtorm, you'll find Cottonee.
-- In Viperia, you'll find Starly.
-- In Avia, you'll find Ralts.
-- In Illusio, you'll find Onix, Rhyhorn, and Sandile.
-- In Chrysalia, you'll find a special Gurdurr.
-- In Yaksha, you'll find Riolu and Magikarp.
-- In Valora, you'll find Abra.

As before, pick what you want, though none seem to be helpful in oncoming
efforts. I'll cover, then, Spectra.

Spectra is filled with Ghost-type Pokémon, for the most part. Since one is
Bug/Poison, I'd bring a Fire-type. Also, since there is a Ghost/Fire, a good
Water/Ground type. As for the Ghost/Flying, an Electric type should work out
good. Of course, other than these side options, note that Ghost is weak to
Ghost and Dark; immune to Normal and Fighting; and deals no damage to Normal.

Personally, I brought along my trusty Jolteon, Emboar, Quagsire, Haunter,
Jigglypuff (better to have an immunity than resistance), and the Sneasel we
found earlier, but I gave it a few Link-boosting items to power it up some.

O------------------------------O----------------------------------------------O
|  Battle: Nobunaga's Army     |  Turns: 15                                   |
O------------------------------O----------------------------------------------O
|  Opponent Pokémon:           |  Win/Lose Conditions:                        |
|  -- Mismagius (Ghost)        |  -- Win by beating all of the enemy Pokémon. |
|  -- Scolipede (Poison/Bug)   |  -- Lose by having your Pokémon KO'ed.       |
|  -- Lampent (Ghost/Fire)     |                                              |
|  -- Drifloon (Ghost/Flying)  |                                              |
|  -- Dusclops (Ghost)         |                                              |
|  -- Misdreavus (Ghost)       |                                              |
O------------------------------O----------------------------------------------O

Mismagius is weak to Dark and Ghost, and is immune to Normal, Fighting, and
Ground (by ability). Its attack is Shadow Ball, which hits a target two tiles
away, may lower Defense, and does extra damage to Ghost and Psychic. Its
ability is Levitate, which immunizes it from Ground.

Scolipede is weak to Fire, Flying, Rock, and Psychic. Its attack is Venoshock,
which hits a tile two tiles away and the two left and right of there, and will
do more damage to poisoned targets and Grass Pokémon. Its ability, Poison
Point, may let contact attackers get poisoned.

Lampent is weak to Ghost, Dark, Rock, Water, and Ground, and is immune to
Normal and Fighting. Its move is Flame Burst, which hits a tile two tiles away
and all diagonally-adjacent tiles, and does extra damage to Ice, Bug, Steel,
and Grass. Its ability, Flame Body, may let it burn contact attackers.

Drifloon is weak to Ghost, Dark, Electric, Rock, and Ice, and is immune to
Normal, Fighting, and Ground. Its move is Astonish, which attacks an adjacent
enemy and pushes them back, may cause flinching, and deals extra damage to
Ghost and Psychic. Its ability, Dodge, may let it evade an attack and then
lower the enemies' stats.

Dusclops is weak to Ghost and Dark, and is immune to Normal and Fighting. Its
move is Shadow Sneak, which hits an adjacent enemy, and deals extra damage to
Ghost and Psychic. Its ability, Interference, may lower nearby enemies'
accuracy.

Misdreavus is weak to Dark and Ghost, and is immune to Normal, Fighting, and
Ground (by ability). Its attack is  Astonish, which will attack an adjacent
enemy and push them back, may cause flinching, and deals extra damage to
Ghost and Psychic. Its ability is Levitate, thereby immunizing it from Ground.

The battle strategy, in itself, is pretty ordinary. Pair your Pokémon up with
the one whose weaknesses it can abuse and attack. Heal as needed, and never
forget Warrior Skills.

The terrain also looks ordinary, but is not so. Firstly, those Misdreavus
statues on the field can move, as can those fireballs. I am quite sure that if
you get hit by one, you'll be damaged. Of course, the fireballs have such a
long Range that you're almost never out of reach, so just keep those healing
items handy. Also, the fireballs will inflict statuses on you.

~~~

Eventually, you'll conquer the sixteenth kingdom, and thereby have conquered
all of Nobunaga's kingdoms. Or so we were told.


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 #                     Our Seventeenth Kingdom: Dragnor  **CONQUEST_415**    #
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So, we lack but one kingdom to conquer before the legend of Ransei will be
reborn again. One more fight, versus Nobunaga, and we'll have all of Ransei
under our control!

Dragnor is the kingdom of Dragons, perhaps one of the sturdiest types, and
definitely the most versatile. Their weaknesses are only Ice and Dragon, some
of the harder types to obtain. They also resist Fire, Water, Grass, and
Electric, so no common Pokémon is necessarily able to reign supreme. There are
no Pokémon really worth recruiting to help with this, so I'll ignore that
completely.

So, who did I bring to the battle? I had no choice with Jolteon. Aron came
from my partner, for the resistances. Sealeo, Dragonite, Gabite, and Beartic
were also tossed into the mix.

O------------------------------O----------------------------------------------O
|  Battle: Nobunaga's Army     |  Turns: 15                                   |
O------------------------------O----------------------------------------------O
|  Opponent Pokémon:           |  Win/Lose Conditions:                        |
|  -- Zekrom (Dragon/Electric) |  -- Win by beating all of the enemy Pokémon. |
|  -- Dragonair (Dragon)       |  -- Lose by having your Pokémon KO'ed.       |
|  -- Gabite (Dragon/Ground)   |                                              |
|  -- Simisage (Grass)         |                                              |
|  -- Fraxure (Dragon)         |                                              |
|  -- Deino (Dragon/Dark)      |                                              |
O------------------------------O----------------------------------------------O

Zekrom, the legendary dragon, is weak to Dragon, Ice, and Ground. Its move is
Bolt Strike, which hits the target and pushes them back, may paralyze, and does
extra damage to Flying and Water. Its ability, Teravolt, allows Zekrom to use
its move regardless of enemies' abilities.

Dragonair is weak to Dragon and Ice. Its attack is Dragon Tail, which hits the
three tiles it's facing and makes the target switch places with another Pokémon
on the field, and deals extra damage to Dragon. Its ability, Shed Skin, allows
it to heal its own statuses.

Gabite is weak to Ice (4x) and Dragon and is immune to Electric. Its attack is
Dragon Claw, which attacks an adjacent enemy, and deals extra damage to Dragon.
Its ability, Parry, may let it block contact moves.

Simisage is weak to Fire, Ice, Flying, Bug, and Poison. Its move is Leaf Storm,
which hits all tiles around the user, lowers the user's Attack, and will do
extra damage to Ground, Rock, and Water. Its ability, Hero, will raise its
Attack and Defense when its side is about to lose.

Fraxure is weak to Ice and Dragon. Its move is Dragon Claw, which hits an
adjacent enemy and deals extra damage to Dragon. Its ability, Mold Breaker,
will allow it to use moves regardless of enemies' abilities.

Deino is weak to Ice, Dragon, Fighting, and Bug, and is immune to Psychic. Its
move is Dragon Rage, which will inflict 40 damage up to two tiles away. Its
ability is Pride, which raises its Attack and Defense when under the effect of
a status ailment.

Well, how to do this one? The hallway that is the field is rather compact. You
don't want enemies coming all too soon, so march your army forward with the
distance attackers in front, and possibly in the second row as well. I would
prefer to keep Dragon-types out of the front row, but if you have no choice...

Also, you see those pillars on the field? Those are Type Nodes; if a Pokémon
stops next to one, it will be damaged with the proper type, depending on the
type of node. Nobunaga won't actually seem to attack until you get close to
him, trying for an all-out melee, but it is better to bring six to those first
two in his line-up, no?

Speaking of nodes, Revival Nodes are your best buddies - they heal HP. In fact,
as the brawl gets to going, I strongly recommend sticking your party around the
Revival Nodes. They'll heal around 20+ HP per turn. That may not be much in
comparison to some damage you'll receive, but enough Hyper Potions and your
partner's Sweet Song may be able to keep you alive through the fight.

~~~

Congratulations! You have taken control of all seventeen kingdoms of Ransei and
run Nobunaga's army out of Ransei!


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 #                             The Final Fight!          **CONQUEST_416**    #
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And so, Nobunaga's ambition has been thwarted. We have conquered all seventeen
kingdoms of Ransei. As we leave Dragnor, lights emanate from all across
the kingdoms, centering at a point over Dragnor.

What could this mean? Go there and enter the Infinite Cave for one final fight!

O----------------------O-----------------------------------------------------O
|  Battle: Arceus      |  Turns: --                                          |
O----------------------O-----------------------------------------------------O
|  Opponent Pokémon:   |  Win/Lose Conditions:                               |
|  -- Arceus (Normal)  |  -- Win by Linking the main character with Arceus.  |
|                      |  -- Lose by having your Pokémon KO'ed.              |
O----------------------O-----------------------------------------------------O

And so, our final battle is meant to be versus the legendary Pokémon Arceus,
the one said to have been hatched from an Egg prior to all existence, the one
said to have created the universe itself. Arceus is weak to Fighting, resists
none, is immune to Ghost, and takes regular damage from everything else. Its
attack is Judgement, which hits the tiles around Arceus. The attack is also of
the Normal type, inflicting super-effective damage on none and half-damage to
Rock and Steel. Its ability, Omnipotent, allows it to always deal damage,
regardless of type data, and the Pokémon is supposed to have several different
abilities.

As the fight begins, Arceus calls out to you. He wants you to form a Link with
him. UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES ARE YOU TO EVEN THINK ABOUT DEFEATING IT. This is a
legendary Pokémon; only fools think of ever letting one go.

~~~

After you Link with Arceus, Nobunaga comes up, claiming that he can defy even
the legends of yore. And with a new Pokémon, too... And by far my favorite.

Let the battle to end all battles begin!

O------------------------------O----------------------------------------------O
|  Battle: Nobunaga's Army     |  Turns: --                                   |
O------------------------------O----------------------------------------------O
|  Opponent Pokémon:           |  Win/Lose Conditions:                        |
|  -- Rayquaza (Dragon/Flying) |  -- Win by beating all of the enemy Pokémon. |
|  -- Lapras (Water/Ice)       |  -- Lose by having your Pokémon KO'ed.       |
|  -- Mismagius (Ghost)        |                                              |
|  -- Aggron (Steel/Rock)      |                                              |
|  -- Infernape (Fire/Fighting)|                                              |
|  -- Lucario (Fighting/Steel) |                                              |
O------------------------------O----------------------------------------------O

The new Pokémon Nobunaga came with is Rayquaza. And not just any Rayquaza --
the cool,   SHINY   one that's jet-black. Seriously, you'll probably never find
a legit one ever again. Anywho, it is weak to Ice (4x), Dragon, and Rock. Its
move is Dragon Pulse, which hits the three tiles in front of it, and does extra
damage to Dragon. Its ability, Nomad, raises Attack proportionately to the
distance moved.

Lapras is weak to Grass, Electric, Rock, and Fighting. Its move is Ice Beam,
which hit the three tiles it is facing, may freeze the target, and does extra
damage to Ground, Flying, and Grass. Its ability, Shell Armor, stops critical
hits.

Mismagius is weak to Dark and Ghost, and is immune to Normal, Fighting, and
Ground (by ability). Its attack is Shadow Ball, which hits a target two tiles
away, may lower Defense, and does extra damage to Ghost and Psychic. Its
ability is Levitate, which immunizes it from Ground.

Aggron is weak to Fighting (4x), Ground (4x), and Water. It's immune to Poison.
Its move is Iron Tail, which hits the three tiles it is facing, pushes the
targets back, and does extra damage to Ice and Rock. Its ability is Sturdy,
preventing one-hit KO attacks.

Hideyoshi's still around too, now using his evolved Monferno (Infernape). It is
weak to Water, Ground, Flying, and Psychic. Its move is Fire Spin, which will
hit all tiles surrounding the one two tiles away, but not the tile itself. It
hits four or five times, and does extra damage to Grass, Ice, Bug, and Steel.
Its ability, Blaze, raises its Attack when its HP is low.

Lucario is weak to Fighting, Fire, and Ground, and is immune to Poison. Its
move is Aura Sphere, which hits a tile two tiles away and pushes back the
target, will always hit, and deals extra damage to Ice, Rock, Steel, and
Normal. Its ability, Parry, lets it sometimes block contact attacks.

How will you deal with this onslaught of variety? I sent Arceus far ahead of
everyone with Courage, and then went to the biggest group and hit them with
Judgement. Then I continued that, healing with a Full Restore and my partner's
Sweet Song when needed. I let my other Pokémon, of course, come up for some
battling as well, abusing enemy weaknesses, but never near Arceus.

And trust me, this battle may seem hard, but with a Hyper Potion on Arceus and
his Omnipotent ability, you'll find a lot of ease. It was fun to watch
Rayquaza keep aiming with Dragon Pulse and continually failing. ^_^

~~~

And so, Nobunaga speaks out for why he wanted to destroy the Ransei region...

"Throughout the land, Warriors fought endless battles, driven by the quest for
 the legendary Pokémon. These conflicts continued for years. And more and more
 Warriors began to treat their Pokémon -- their partners -- as little more than
 tools. Many Warriors lost the ability to feel love for their Pokémon. It was
 for this reason that Nobunaga sought to unite Ransei. If he could prove to all
 that he was the most powerful Warrior in Ransei, then perhaps all the fighting
 would stop."

Nobunaga feels that the story of the legendary Pokémon is just that - a legend,
and nothing more. Or so he thought. The legendary Pokémon *does* exist, and,
for this reason, the fighting will perpetuate. The only solution he knows is to
destroy Arceus.

And yet, he has felt a change of heart in meeting you, noticing how you still
loved your Pokémon as friends and partners, and not tools like the others.
Arceus then speaks. He acknowledges your love and caring for Ransei, and leaves
it to be handled by you. And you? You, being still young, is why you'll never
see Arceus again until you are worthy of him.

Eventually, the seventeen kingdoms were returned to their original holders at
your journey's start. The leaders agreed to draw up some rules dictating how
Pokémon in Ransei should be treated.

And so, peace has returned to Ransei, just as you and Nobunaga both desired...

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         CONGRATULATIONS! YOU HAVE BEATEN THE PRE-CREDITS STORYLINE OF
                               POKÉMON CONQUEST!
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Wait a minute! Where the heck is Reshiram!? =P

Well, this is not all, my friend. Nope, there are some extra post-credits
stories surrounding other game characters.



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|  CTRL+F Tag: **CONQUEST_5**  |
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Well, after all of the Pokémon games having post-credits stuff to do, you
should have expected this to come! After beating Nobunaga and watching the
credits roll, you'll have many stories about the other characters to deal
with. Some will unlock as you progress through the ones currently there; there
are thirty-three in all, though a few are the same ones just from a different
perspective.

Great. More for me to write.


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There are literally hundreds of hours of entertainment contained within the
side stories alone, mainly because of the sheer number, but also because of
the sheer length. As well as the fact that you can't play them all immediately.
You'll have to unlock some by playing others.

Here, I've listed the unlocking conditions of all of the stories:

-- Happily Ever After (Hideyoshi)           : Beat the main storyline
-- The Burden of Peace (Ieyasu)             : Beat the main storyline
-- The Way of the Warrior (Yukimura)        : Beat the main storyline
-- The Joy of Battle (Kenshin)              : Beat the main storyline
-- Pride and Precociousness (Ginchiyo)      : Beat the main storyline
-- Tragic Determination (Mitsuhide)         : Beat the main storyline
-- A Shroud of Darkness (Kotaro)            : Beat the main storyline
-- Not Worth Fighting Over ... 1 (Mitsunari): Beat the main storyline

-- Teaching Them a Lesson (Nene): Beat "Happily Ever After"
-- The Reluctant Genius (Hanbei): Beat "Happily Ever After"

-- The Unparalleled Warrior (Tadakatsu): Beat "The Burden of Peace"
-- A Ninja amongst Ninjas (Hanzo)      : Beat "The Burden of Peace"

-- Archenemies (Shingen)          : Beat "The Way of the Warrior"
-- Time for Battle! (Kunoichi)    : Beat "The Way of the Warrior"
-- The Road to Conquest (Nobunaga): Beat "The Way of the Warrior"

-- Land of Love and Righteousness (Kanetsugu): Beat "The Joy of Battle"
-- Love is a Battlefield (Aya)               : Beat "The Joy of Battle"

-- The Final Gamble (Yoshihiro)   : Beat "Pride and Precociousness"
-- Blowing in the Wind (Muneshige): Beat "Pride and Precociousness"

-- Ransei's Legendary Beauty (No): Beat "Tragic Determination"
-- All Grown Up (Gracia)         : Beat "Tragic Determination"

-- The Rebel (Motochika)             : Beat "A Shroud of Darkness"
-- That Which He Holds Dear (Ujiyasu): Beat "A Shroud of Darkness"

-- Not Worth Fighting Over ... 2 (Kiyomasa): Beat "Not Worth Fighting Over...1"
-- The Rose of Ransei (Oichi)              : Beat "Not Worth Fighting Over...1"

-- The Visonary's Quest (Kanbei): Beat "The Reluctant Genius"

-- Grace and Beauty (Ina): Beat "The Unparalleled Warrior"

-- Pokémari and Me (Yoshimoto): Beat "Archenemies"

-- The Dragon's Dream (Masamune): Beat "Land of Love and Righteousness"

-- Putting the Books Down (Magoichi): Beat "Blowing in the Wind"

-- This One Goes out to My Fans (Magoichi): Beat "All Grown Up"

-- Simply the Best (Kai): Beat "That Which He Holds Dear"

-- Not Worth Fighting Over ... 3 (Masanori): Beat "Not Worth Fighting Over...2"

-- The Two Heroes of Ransei (Main Character): Beat all of the other stories



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"Hideyoshi has great dreams for the future. Luckily for him, he has the two
 visionaries Hanbei and Kanbei at his side..."

Difficulty:
- Game's Rating: ***
- My Rating    : **

~~~

We begin in the kingdom of Ignis. There, Hideyoshi is pondering a world filled
with people that could communicate with Pokémon; not just Warriors, but all
people. After being denied by Kanbei, he thinks of conquering all seventeen
kingdoms to summon the legendary Pokémon...

Now, that is NOT a joke. You will effectively have to replay the whole game
again and conquer all seventeen kingdoms. So, yeah, crap.

Now, the more painful thing is this. The other Warlords are more likely to
invade other Warlords. For example, Valora is known be Steel-typed, correct?
Well, after Nobunaga conquered it, I saw Scyther, Roggenrola, Cubchoo, and so
on versus what was there earlier. ANY walkthrough ANYONE makes for this story
is untrustworthy.

So you'll be forced to rely on your own smarts for this one. Early on, it can
almost be guaranteed you'll fight the natural enemies. But, by the time you
start hitting kingdoms eight and nine, you'll be likely fighting very different
Pokémon than before.

Go by your own smarts, and learn to check each area each month for decent
recruitment options. Good luck.

On a side note, I will let you know that, given your initial condition, your
first best bets are Greenleaf, then Aurora, then Fontaine after recruiting some
Grass Pokémon from Greenleaf.


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"With high hopes placed on him by his faithful allies, Ieyasu sets out to
 collect as many Pokémon as he can..."

Difficulty:
- Game's Rating: **
- My Rating    : * - *** (Depends on the number of Links you've ever made)

~~~

After you conquered Ransei and returned the kingdoms to their Warlords, there
was some talking in Valora. Ieyasu speaks eagerly on the peace of Ransei,
thinking there is nothing left to desire.

Tadakatsu disagrees with him. He believes there is but one more thing left -
Pokémon partners. Is that not a Warrior's goal: to be with friends with as
many Pokémon as possible? Ieyasu decides to aim for one hundred Pokémon as his
partner, then. And claims it reasonable.

So, how will THIS one work? You can pretty much just recruit Warriors and Link
with Pokémon wherever you want. You have no need to conquer a kingdom, but it
will be immensely helpful. Especially assuming you crazily go for all seventeen
like you've done once or twice past, you can just spread Warriors across all
the kingdoms and set most to delegate for searching.

But, yeah, such a walkthrough here would be needless, pointless, and a waste of
space. You know how to Link with Pokémon; you know how to locate them. The only
thing walkthrough-worthy would be kingdom fights, but, as the previous story
is, Warlords will invade each other and scramble everything up.

But, yes, you'll have to Link up with 100 Pokémon. This includes the Warriors
in your army. So, in effect, you can just go ahead and Link during recruit
battles or something. But, given the size of the menu markers, I'd say someone
can only recruit up to six or eight Pokémon. You'll need to have 13 ~ 17 or
more Warriors for that, which requires three or more kingdoms. So, yes, you
will have to conquer a few kingdoms.

Initially, at the start, you'll want to conquer Nixtorm, then get some Ice
Pokémon from there and beat up Dragnor and Avia. That'll get you started
pretty well.

Again, recruit 100 Pokémon. All Pokémon owned across the army count. Good luck.


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"Yukimura has been appointed Warlord in Shingen's stead. Can he live up to the
 pressure and do his lord proud...?"

Difficulty:
- Game's Rating: ****
- My Rating    : **

~~~

Once, long ago, it was decided in Ransei that there was to be a test carried
out to determine the junior Warriors' of each kingdom's strength. This test
would have a Warrior from each kingdom get a random castle and demonstrate
their skills on the battlefield. The Warlords were not allowed to help.

The time for the test has come again. Shingen told the Warlord gathering that
Yukimura is the best there is, that he should take this test.

And guess what? This is basically another version of Hideyoshi's storyline.
Man, Nintendo's loving you to do this. Just this one, the main play, and
Hideyoshi's line can take about sixty hours total!

And, as ironic as it seems, I can't help you here. As the test dictates, you
will receive a kingdom at random. You'll have to conquer all seventeen of the
kingdoms. All you can do is learn Pokémon weaknesses and strategy, learn to
search for good recruits, and so on. Good luck!


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"The tale of two rivals, among the greatest Warriors in all of Ransei, and the
 one person who anticipated their showdown more eagerly than any other..."

Difficulty:
- Game's Rating: **
- My Rating    : *

~~~

For a long time, the seventeen Ranseian kingdoms were divided by two Warlords
before you and Nobunaga. These Warriors were Shingen -- the modern master of
Terrera -- and Kenshin -- the modern master of Illusio.

After some time, the two rivals decided that it was indeed too small a
kingdom for two to hold power. Shingen names the challenge: the first to win
five battles versus the other's kingdoms shall be named the winner.

Obviously, any walkthrough for this would be balancing on the head of a pin;
if you lose one fight, everything will just go off-kilter and the guide will
become useless from that point onwards. It cannot be expected for one to guide
you perfectly through this; I won't even bother trying. As usual, learn
weaknesses and examine your kingdom for good Pokémon to use in the next battle,
be they recruits or otherwise.

Good luck!


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"Ginchiyo, famous for her hating defeat like no other, has a chance to be
 crowned Ransei's 'Greatest Beauty'..."

Difficulty:
- Game's Rating: **
- My Rating    : *

~~~

In central Ransei, the female Warlords had become famous for their beauty, so
famous, in fact, that a contest was to be held to find out who was the fairest
of them all.

Ginchiyo, the Warlord of Violight, is not happy about entering the contest, but
also hates to admit defeat. Ginchiyo commands Muneshige, her second-in-command,
to have no part in the battles to come as a result of the contest.

So, how does this work? You have to conquer seven kingdoms in central Ransei,
one of which you have. The seven kingdoms can invade each other as they will
please, leaving walkthroughs pointless, because successful invasions scramble
enemy rosters. It's a pain, but you must deal with it. Good luck!


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"The time has come when Mitsuhide can no longer condone his master Nobunaga's
 aggressive policy of waging endless battles. It is time to make a stand..."

Difficulty:
- Game's Rating: ***
- My Rating    : **

~~~

Across the kingdom of Ransei, Nobunaga of Dragnor has been engaging in higher
numbers of brutal battles, having now eleven of the seventeen kingdoms under
his control. He couldn't control all of them by himself, obviously, so he left
some under the control of his most trusted allies.

Mitsuhide was one of them, and took up Nixtorm, the Ice kingdom. There, he
contemplates on how following Nobunaga should lead to end of chaos in Ransei;
that was why he followed him. But, given the chaos stirred up by the fights,
Mitsuhide is not so sure. Even if peace was obtained, would people and Pokémon
be able to co-exist peacefully?

He chooses to stop Nobunaga. In Illusio, Ranmaru notifies Nobunaga of
Mitsuhide's betrayal. And so, what is your effective goal?

Conquer all seventeen kingdoms by January of Year 4. Yes, that's not a lie.
You'll have to, on average, conquer a kingdom every two months. That means you
will conquer a kingdom, shop/recruit, conquer, and so on. Not to mention the
potential invasions from Nobunaga. You only have to conquer Nobunaga's army,
but he'll probably take over what remains when you're nearly done.

I will not deny that a walkthrough is possible for the side story. But it is a
bit worthless. After all, you should know the Pokémon weaknesses and all that.
Plus, kingdoms' Pokémon will change over time. And I'm a bit lazy.

But good luck!


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"Kotaro takes on the challenge of proving himself the greatest ninja, plunging
 Ransei into profound darkness in the process..."

Difficulty:
- Game's Rating: **
- My Rating    : *

~~~

In Ransei, people able to communicate with Pokémon are not Trainers, but
Warriors. Few people truly have this talent. Among the Warriors, there is a
group from Viperia, the Poison kingdom, and Yaksha, the Dark kingdom. This
group is focused solely on protecting the Warlord. They are called ninjas.

Three of the ninjas -- Kotaro, Hanzo, and Kunoichi -- always bickered about
their role in society. Today, they do as well. Nene is now so very tired of
it, so she issues a challenge.

Eight of the northern Ranseian kingdoms have been conquered; two each are given
to the three ninjas and Nene. You are to conquer all eight of these kingdoms.
As usual, abuse weaknesses and whatnot. I cannot provide a true guide to this,
given the scrambling nature of invasions.


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 #                 Not Worth Fighting Over ... 1 (Mitsunari)  **CONQUEST_58**#
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"The tale of three good friends who become embroiled in a trivial argument.
 Who could have known where it could lead...?"

Difficulty:
- Game's Rating: *
- My Rating    : *

~~~

There was a trivial matter that caused Mitsunari, Kiyomasa, and Masanori to
argue. They couldn't resolve their differences, and therefore each went to a
different one of the southern four Ranseian kingdoms. As Mitsunari becomes
Warlord in Ignis, so do his other two friends in Fontaine and Greenleaf.

Your goal in this story is to conquer the four southern kingdoms in Ransei,
one of which you own (Ignis). I would suggest first getting Greenleaf, then
Aurora, then recruiting some Pokémon before heading into Fontaine.


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"The story of three ninjas who bickered over their role in Ransei, and what
 Nene decided to do about it..."

Difficulty:
- Game's Rating: ***
- My Rating    : *

~~~

In Ransei, people able to communicate with Pokémon are not Trainers, but
Warriors. Few people truly have this talent. Among the Warriors, there is a
group from Viperia, the Poison kingdom, and Yaksha, the Dark kingdom. This
group is focused solely on protecting the Warlord. They are called ninjas.

Three of the ninjas -- Kotaro, Hanzo, and Kunoichi -- always bickered about
their role in society. Today, they do as well. Nene is now so very tired of
it, so she issues a challenge.

Eight of the northern Ranseian kingdoms have been conquered; two each are given
to the three ninjas and Nene. You are to conquer all eight of these kingdoms.
As usual, abuse weaknesses and whatnot. I cannot provide a true guide to this,
given the scrambling nature of invasions.


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"'It's time to show me what you're capable of!' Commanded by his lord
 Hideyoshi, Hanbei reluctantly takes to the field of battle..."

Difficulty:
- Game's Rating: ***
- My Rating    : **

~~~

Once, long ago, it was decided in Ransei that there was to be a test carried
out to determine the junior Warriors' of each kingdom's strength. This test
would have a Warrior from each kingdom get a random castle and demonstrate
their skills on the battlefield. The Warlords were not allowed to help.

The time for the test has come again. Hideyoshi told the Warlord gathering that
Habei is the best there is, that he should take this test. And so he will.

And guess what? This is basically another version of Hideyoshi's storyline.
Man, Nintendo's loving you to do this...

And, as ironic as it seems, I can't help you here. As the test dictates, you
will receive a kingdom at random. You'll have to conquer all seventeen of the
kingdoms. All you can do is learn Pokémon weaknesses and strategy, learn to
search for good recruits, and so on. Good luck!


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"Tadakatsu is renowned as the mightiest Warrior in Ransei. Now is his chance
 to prove his mettle as a Warlord as well..."

Difficulty:
- Game's Rating: ***
- My Rating    : **

~~~

Once, long ago, it was decided in Ransei that there was to be a test carried
out to determine the junior Warriors' of each kingdom's strength. This test
would have a Warrior from each kingdom get a random castle and demonstrate
their skills on the battlefield. The Warlords were not allowed to help.

The time for the test has come again. Ieyasu told the Warlord gathering that
Tadakatsu is the best there is, that he should take this test.

And guess what? This is basically another version of Hideyoshi's storyline.
Man, Nintendo's loving you to do this...

And, as ironic as it seems, I can't help you here. As the test dictates, you
will receive a kingdom at random. You'll have to conquer all seventeen of the
kingdoms. All you can do is learn Pokémon weaknesses and strategy, learn to
search for good recruits, and so on. Good luck!


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 #                      A Ninja amongst Ninjas (Hanzo)  **CONQUEST_512**     #
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"From the shadows, Hanzo creeps forth. He wishes to show his rivals the true
 nature of a ninja's work..."

Difficulty:
- Game's Rating: ***
- My Rating    : *

~~~

In Ransei, people able to communicate with Pokémon are not Trainers, but
Warriors. Few people truly have this talent. Among the Warriors, there is a
group from Viperia, the Poison kingdom, and Yaksha, the Dark kingdom. This
group is focused solely on protecting the Warlord. They are called ninjas.

Three of the ninjas -- Kotaro, Hanzo, and Kunoichi -- always bickered about
their role in society. Today, they do as well. Nene is now so very tired of
it, so she issues a challenge.

Eight of the northern Ranseian kingdoms have been conquered; two each are given
to the three ninjas and Nene. You are to conquer all eight of these kingdoms.
As usual, abuse weaknesses and whatnot. I cannot provide a true guide to this,
given the scrambling nature of invasions.


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"Two archenemies, each with great respect for the other, meet on the field of
 battle. The earth will shake as they seek to find a victor..."

Difficulty:
- Game's Rating: **
- My Rating    : *

~~~

For a long time, the seventeen Ranseian kingdoms were divided by two Warlords
before you and Nobunaga. These Warriors were Shingen -- the modern master of
Terrera -- and Kenshin -- the modern master of Illusio.

After some time, the two rivals decided that it was indeed too small a
kingdom for two to hold power. Shingen names the challenge: the first to win
five battles versus the other's kingdoms shall be named the winner.

Obviously, any walkthrough for this would be balancing on the head of a pin;
if you lose one fight, everything will just go off-kilter and the guide will
become useless from that point onwards. It cannot be expected for one to guide
you perfectly through this; I won't even bother trying. As usual, learn
weaknesses and examine your kingdom for good Pokémon to use in the next battle,
be they recruits or otherwise.

Good luck!


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"'I don't really know why we're doing this, but hey, it looks kinda fun!' The
 story of how Kunoichi became embroiled in a ninja battle."

Difficulty:
- Game's Rating: ***
- My Rating    : *

~~~

In Ransei, people able to communicate with Pokémon are not Trainers, but
Warriors. Few people truly have this talent. Among the Warriors, there is a
group from Viperia, the Poison kingdom, and Yaksha, the Dark kingdom. This
group is focused solely on protecting the Warlord. They are called ninjas.

Three of the ninjas -- Kotaro, Hanzo, and Kunoichi -- always bickered about
their role in society. Today, they do as well. Nene is now so very tired of
it, so she issues a challenge.

Eight of the northern Ranseian kingdoms have been conquered; two each are given
to the three ninjas and Nene. You are to conquer all eight of these kingdoms.
As usual, abuse weaknesses and whatnot. I cannot provide a true guide to this,
given the scrambling nature of invasions.


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"This is Kanetsugu's chance - he must prove to his lord Kenshin that he can
 spread love and righteousness all across the land."

Difficulty:
- Game's Rating: ***
- My Rating    : **

~~~

Once, long ago, it was decided in Ransei that there was to be a test carried
out to determine the junior Warriors' of each kingdom's strength. This test
would have a Warrior from each kingdom get a random castle and demonstrate
their skills on the battlefield. The Warlords were not allowed to help.

The time for the test has come again. Kenshin told the Warlord gathering that
Kanetsugu is the best there is, that he should take this test.

And guess what? This is basically another version of Hideyoshi's storyline.
Man, Nintendo's loving you to do this...

And, as ironic as it seems, I can't help you here. As the test dictates, you
will receive a kingdom at random. You'll have to conquer all seventeen of the
kingdoms. All you can do is learn Pokémon weaknesses and strategy, learn to
search for good recruits, and so on. Good luck!


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"Female Warlords rule the roost in Ransei... But Aya wishes to spread her
 teachings of love..."

Difficulty:
- Game's Rating: **
- My Rating    : *

~~~

In central Ransei, the female Warlords had become famous for their beauty, so
famous, in fact, that a contest was to be held to find out who was the fairest
of them all.

Aya is not particularly happy about entering the contest, but does anyways.
But she opts to do so without the aide of Kenshin.

So, how does this work? You have to conquer seven kingdoms in central Ransei,
one of which you have. The seven kingdoms can invade each other as they will
please, leaving walkthroughs pointless, because successful invasions scramble
enemy rosters. It's a pain, but you must deal with it. Good luck!


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 #                       The Final Gamble (Yoshihiro)   **CONQUEST_517**     #
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"With retirement approaching, most men would take things easy. But the
 battle-loving veteran Yoshihiro - he sets off on one last gamble..."

Difficulty:
- Game's Rating: ***
- My Rating    : **

~~~

While the seventeen Warlords and kingdoms were in turmoil over the task of
conquering kingdoms, Yoshihiro was relatively laying back, reflecting on his
life. He admits he has had a good life, a full life; the battlefield is his
ambition and, without it, he'd be nothing. He decides to go for one final
gamble - conquering Ransei!

Like usual, I would provide a walkthrough, but, given that other Warlords can
invade other Warlords than yourself and scramble enemy rosters, it's not
really easy. You'll just have to go off of what you've learned and know.


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 #                      Blowing in the Wind (Muneshige)  **CONQUEST_518**    #
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"'I shan't forgive any kind of defeat, you understand!?' Ginchiyo entrusts her
 castle to Muneshige, but will she live to regret her choice...?"

Difficulty:
- Game's Rating: ***
- My Rating    : **

~~~

Once, long ago, it was decided in Ransei that there was to be a test carried
out to determine the junior Warriors' of each kingdom's strength. This test
would have a Warrior from each kingdom get a random castle and demonstrate
their skills on the battlefield. The Warlords were not allowed to help.

The time for the test has come again. Ginchiyo put Muneshige up to the test,
and leaves with him with scathing remarks of how defeat must not be
tolerated.

And guess what? This is basically another version of Hideyoshi's storyline.
Man, Nintendo's loving you to do this...

And, as ironic as it seems, I can't help you here. Normally, you'd get a
random kingdom, though it seems you tend to get Violight in this version. But
the fact that enemies will invade other enemies still prevents a real
walkthrough.


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 #                      Ransei's Legendary Beauty (No)   **CONQUEST_519**    #
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"[Central] Ransei is controlled by women Warlords, but who is the fairest and
 the strongest of them all? No has no doubts in her mind..."

Difficulty:
- Game's Rating: **
- My Rating    : *

~~~

In central Ransei, the female Warlords had become famous for their beauty, so
famous, in fact, that a contest was to be held to find out who was the fairest
of them all.

So, how does this work? You have to conquer seven kingdoms in central Ransei,
one of which you have. The seven kingdoms can invade each other as they will
please, leaving walkthroughs pointless, because successful invasions scramble
enemy rosters. It's a pain, but you must deal with it. Good luck!


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 #                           All Grown Up (Gracia)       **CONQUEST_520**    #
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"Although her father is concerned, Gracia is delighted at the opportunity to
 set out on her own. It is time for this little girl to grow up!"

Difficulty:
- Game's Rating: ****
- My Rating    : **

~~~

Once, long ago, it was decided in Ransei that there was to be a test carried
out to determine the junior Warriors' of each kingdom's strength. This test
would have a Warrior from each kingdom get a random castle and demonstrate
their skills on the battlefield. The Warlords were not allowed to help.

The time for the test has come again. Mitsuhide decided that his daughter,
Gracia, will take the test. While young she may be, he thinks she'll be the
best of his Warriors. Of course, he still harbors concerns as he explains
the test to her...

And guess what? This is basically another version of Hideyoshi's storyline.
Man, Nintendo's loving you to do this.

And, as ironic as it seems, I can't help you here. As the test dictates, you
will receive a kingdom at random. You'll have to conquer all seventeen of the
kingdoms. All you can do is learn Pokémon weaknesses and strategy, learn to
search for good recruits, and so on. Good luck!


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"Nobunaga rolls across Ransei like a mighty black wave... Motochika must
 resist - but how...?"

Difficulty:
- Game's Rating: ****
- My Rating    : **

~~~

In this story, we'll begin when Nobunaga had conquered the northern ten
kingdoms in Ransei. With seven remaining, his influence was more than halfway
to Fontaine where Motochika is.

While Nobunaga contemplates on the ease of his victories in Illusio, in
Fontaine, Motochika vows to defeat Nobunaga's army in three years. Of course,
that means you have to conquer all of Nobunaga's kingdoms and drive him out of
Ransei before January of Year 4.

Of course, it isn't going to exactly be that easy. You'll begin with the lone
kingdom of Fontaine, while everyone else has something. You'll end up having to
conquer extra kingdoms to be able to beat up Nobunaga's own first. So, in
effect, you'll be aiming to conquer sixteen of the seventeen kingdoms --
Nixtorm has remained its own, at least at the start.

As usual, I'd provide a walkthrough, but enemies invading enemies tends to
scramble enemy walkthroughs, making this pointless. I will suggest that you
begin with the southern kingdoms of Ignis, Greenleaf, and Aurora first, and in
that order.


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 #                    That Which He Holds Dear (Ujiyasu)  **CONQUEST_522**   #
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"One must fight to protect what one holds dear... This philosophy guides
 Ujiyasu as he sets out to take on two of Ransei's most fearsome Warriors..."

Difficulty:
- Game's Rating: ***
- My Rating    : **

~~~

This side-story takes place when Kenshin of Illusio and Shengin of Terrera
were beginning their kingdom-conquering rivalry in earnest. As they continued
to spread their influence across Ransei after you left, Ujiyasu decides that,
since his buddies are collecting kingdoms, and he doesn't much care of those
kingdoms, he'll collect Warriors to protect his own kingdom!

The goal of this story is to recruit forty or more Warriors into your army, a
simple task. All you really must do is first get seven kingdoms under your
control to fit them all in, and also recruit some. Conquering kingdoms owned by
a single "empire" is the best way to get bunches of them in a quick amount of
time. Of course, you can always go to Caves or Sky Gardens or wherever you
prefer and do it the slow way.

You'll just need to remember how to recruit Warriors. Attached Warriors can
usually only be recruited when battling the final kingdom of their "empire".
All Warriors require that you beat their Pokémon in less than four turns, with
a super-effective move, or without being damaged. And remember that you need to
satisfy that extra condition for the special Warriors.

And, yes, the kingdoms will get in extreme turmoil with invading each other
eventually, so no walkthrough.


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 #                 Not Worth Fighting Over ... 2 (Kiyomasa)  **CONQUEST_523**#
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"The tale of three good friends who become embroiled in a trivial argument.
 Who could have known where it could lead...?"

Difficulty:
- Game's Rating: *
- My Rating    : **** (definitely the most annoying story of them all)

~~~

There was a trivial matter that caused Mitsunari, Kiyomasa, and Masanori to
argue. They couldn't resolve their differences, and therefore each went to a
different one of the southern four Ranseian kingdoms. As Kiyomasa becomes
Warlord in Greenleaf, so do his other two friends in Ignis and Fontaine.

As before, your goal is conquer the four southern Ranseian kingdoms, one of
which is yours already. I suggest going for Fontaine, then Aurora, then
recruiting some Water types before heading into Ignis.


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"Spurred on by her friends and followers, Oichi enters a contest to decide the
 rightful owner of the title 'Ransei's Greatest Beauty'..."

Difficulty:
- Game's Rating: ***
- My Rating    : * - *****

My rating on the difficulty strongly depends on the Pokémon you have Oichi
Linked up with. Just Jigglypuff or Wigglytuff and you're screwed - remember
the variety of types. I'd suggest, given the lateness of the game, to get
Oichi in another story to get her some other stuff. I had gotten just an
additional Aggron to supplement her Wigglytuff and it seemed to be fairly easy.

~~~

In central Ransei, the female Warlords had become famous for their beauty, so
famous, in fact, that a contest was to be held to find out who was the fairest
of them all.

Oichi thinks that she doesn't have a hope for the contest, until another No
comes along and tells her that her allies think differently. Oichi opts to
enter the contest not for the fame, but for those who believe in her.

So, how does this work? You have to conquer seven kingdoms in central Ransei,
one of which you have. The seven kingdoms can invade each other as they will
please, leaving walkthroughs pointless, because successful invasions scramble
enemy rosters. It's a pain, but you must deal with it. Good luck!


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"Hideyoshi's sudden disappearance leaves Kanbei in charge of the kingdom. He
 sets out on a quest to collect Pokémon, but..."

Difficulty:
- Game's Rating: ***
- My Rating    : * - ** (depends on the number of Links you've obtained so far)

~~~

After the events between you and Nobunaga has settled down, and the kingdoms
were handed back, Hideyoshi of Ignis suddenly and mysteriously left, leaving
the junior Warriors Kanbei and Hanbei in charge of collecting some Pokémon.

Hanbei tries to wiggle his way, as per his nature, out of being Warlord and
is successful, leaving Kanbei to control Ignis. Kanbei decides to simply focus
on Hideyoshi's orders of collecting Pokémon - a target of 100 is set.

So, in effect, you'll be putting 100 Pokémon across the Warriors of your army.
Most Warriors can Link with four or five at once, though it can be a bit
higher or lower, so you'll need about 20 ~ 30 Warriors, which requires four
or five kingdoms at minimum.

Now, the idea here should be to have one strong team at the start composed of
your strongest Warriors. This one will be going to each kingdom and conquering
them, defeating enemies as you please, but be sure to always do what you can to
meet the recruitment conditions. The more stories done before here can greatly
help as well, as Links will remain. If this is your last one, it will be very
easy.

Of course, you'll also end up with spare Warriors. Put them six to a kingdom
and Delegate them to Searching for Warriors and Pokémon.

That's about it.


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 #                          Grace and Beauty (Ina)      **CONQUEST_526**     #
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"Determined not to damage her father's reputation, Ina enters the conflict
 raging over the much-desired title of Ransei's Greatest Beauty..."

Difficulty:
- Game's Rating: **
- My Rating    : *

~~~

In central Ransei, the female Warlords had become famous for their beauty, so
famous, in fact, that a contest was to be held to find out who was the fairest
of them all.

Ina decides to enter. Being the daughter of Tadakatsu, the greatest Warrior in
all of Ransei (her words, not mine), she doubts that she can lose to the other
female Warlords...

So, how does this work? You have to conquer seven kingdoms in central Ransei,
one of which you have. The seven kingdoms can invade each other as they will
please, leaving walkthroughs pointless, because successful invasions scramble
enemy rosters. It's a pain, but you must deal with it. Good luck!


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 #                        Pokémari and Me (Yoshimoto)   **CONQUEST_527**     #
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"The story of Yoshimoto's greatest invention, the ball game Pokémari, and his
 struggle to spread the joy he finds in it across Ransei."

Difficulty:
- Game's Rating: ***
- My Rating    : **

~~~

After you defeated Nobunaga and united the region of Ransei, and later let
everyone have their kingdoms back, Shingen and Kenshin began to compete
terrifically, expanding their control.

Meanwhile, Yoshimoto sat in his kingdom of Chrysalia, comtemplating on the
supremecy of Pokémari - at least as far as entertainment goes. He yearns to
have more friends to play with, then realizes something - he can recruit
Warriors! It's better than exchanging Friend Codes, and supposedly has no
drawbacks.

The goal of this story is to recruit forty or more Warriors into your army, a
simple task. All you really must do is first get seven kingdoms under your
control to fit them all in, and also recruit some. Conquering "empires" made uo
of one kingdom is the best way to get bunches of them in a quick amount of
time. Of course, you can always go to Caves or Sky Gardens or wherever you
prefer and do it the slow way.

You'll just need to remember how to recruit Warriors. Attached Warriors can
usually only be recruited when battling the final kingdom of their "empire".
All Warriors require that you beat their Pokémon in less than four turns, with
a super-effective move, or without being damaged. And remember that you need to
satisfy that extra condition for the special Warriors.

And, yes, the kingdoms will get in extreme turmoil with invading each other
eventually, so no walkthrough.


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 #                       The Dragon's Dream (Masamune)  **CONQUEST_528**     #
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"A young Warrior of Avia prepares to take to the sky. His quest: the
 unification of Ransei..."

Difficulty:
- Game's Rating: ****
- My Rating    : **

~~~

While Ransei's seventeen kingdoms and Warlords were in turmoil over the
Ranseian legend, the Flying-type masters in Avia were visited by a nomadic
Warrior named Magoichi.

Apparently, Masamune, the Warlord of Avia, has offered to let Magoichi into his
army. Magoichi declines, however, claiming Masamune doesn't meet his standards
until he mentions what Magoichi thinks is a crazy plan of uniting Ransei.

Which is your goal: uniting Ransei will let you win this story. That's about
it. The typical randomness caused by enemy-on-enemy invasions will start to
scramble enemy rosters. But, as a start, I'd go for Illusio, Cragspur, and
Viperia, with some recruiting in-between.


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 #                     Putting the Books Down (Motonari)  **CONQUEST_529**   #
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"Motonari desires nothing more than to devote his days to Pokémon research,
 but the world just won't let him be..."

Difficulty:
- Game's Rating: ***
- My Rating    : * - ** (depends on how many Links you've gotten so far)

~~~

After you united Ransei, and consequentially gave the kingdoms back to their
Warlords, Motonari in Greenleaf was thinking about his dream: being a Pokémon
researcher, much like the Professors of Kanto, Johto, Hoenn, Sinnoh, and
Unova.

To that end, he wants to meet more Pokémon. Of course, he'll need an army. This
announcement mildly shocks his allies, not thinking of him to be aggressive.
But he mentions his real goal: to have over 100 Pokémon in his army!

So, in effect, you'll be putting 100 Pokémon across the Warriors of your army.
Most Warriors can Link with four or five at once, though it can be a bit
higher or lower, so you'll need about 20 ~ 30 Warriors, which requires four
or five kingdoms at minimum.

Now, the idea here should be to have one strong team at the start composed of
your strongest Warriors. This one will be going to each kingdom and conquering
them, defeating enemies as you please, but be sure to always do what you can to
meet the recruitment conditions. The more stories done before here can greatly
help as well, as Links will remain. If this is your last one, it will be very
easy.

Of course, you'll also end up with spare Warriors. Put them six to a kingdom
and Delegate them to Searching for Warriors and Pokémon.

That's about it. Your first conquests should be Fontaine, Aurora, and Ignis
to get you started fairly well before enemies invade enemies to prevent decent
walkthroughs.


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 #                  This One Goes Out to My Fans (Magoichi)  **CONQUEST_530**#
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"The tale of how Magoichi stumbled into the role of leader without really
 meaning to. If only he could keep his eyes on the prize..."

Difficulty:
- Game's Rating: ****
- My Rating    : **

~~~

Once, long ago, it was decided in Ransei that there was to be a test carried
out to determine the junior Warriors' of each kingdom's strength. This test
would have a Warrior from each kingdom get a random castle and demonstrate
their skills on the battlefield. The Warlords were not allowed to help.

The time for the test has come again. Masamune has decided that Magoichi will
represent Avia. Masamune thinks of this serious test as a mere game -- which it
is to the player :) -- but decides to turn it to his advantage, letting him be
able to see how the other Warriors' skills have developed.

And guess what? This is basically another version of Hideyoshi's storyline.
Man, Nintendo's loving you to do this.

And, as ironic as it seems, I can't help you here. As the test dictates, you
will receive a kingdom at random. You'll have to conquer all seventeen of the
kingdoms. All you can do is learn Pokémon weaknesses and strategy, learn to
search for good recruits, and so on. Good luck!


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 #                           Simply the Best (Kai)      **CONQUEST_531**     #
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"'Ransei's Greatest Beauty... Now that's just gotta be me, hasn't it?!'
 Confident as ever, Kai steps boldly forth into a showdown between the
 greatest women Warriors of Ransei."

Difficulty:
- Game's Rating: ***
- My Rating    : *

~~~

In central Ransei, the female Warlords had become famous for their beauty, so
famous, in fact, that a contest was to be held to find out who was the fairest
of them all.

Kai, like some of her competitors, seems to have problems with the contest, but
for a different reason: she KNOWS she has the Greatest Beauty contest in the
bag!

So, how does this work? You have to conquer seven kingdoms in central Ransei,
one of which you have. The seven kingdoms can invade each other as they will
please, leaving walkthroughs pointless, because successful invasions scramble
enemy rosters. It's a pain, but you must deal with it. Good luck!


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 #                 Not Worth Fighting Over ... 3 (Masanori)  **CONQUEST_532**#
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"The tale of three good friends who became embroiled in a trivial argument.
 Who could have known where it would lead...?"

Difficulty:
- Game's Rating: **
- My Rating    : ***

~~~

There was a trivial matter that caused Mitsunari, Kiyomasa, and Masanori to
argue. They couldn't resolve their differences, and therefore each went to a
different one of the southern four Ranseian kingdoms. As Masanori becomes
Warlord in Fontaine, so do his other two friends in Ignis and Greenleaf.

As before, your goal is conquer the four southern Ranseian kingdoms, one of
which is yours already. I suggest going for Greenleaf, then Aurora, then
recruiting some Water types before heading into Ignis.


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"The tale of how a young Nobunaga, dismissed as a mere fool, came to become
 the mightiest Warrior in all of Ransei."

Difficulty:
- Game's Rating: ***
- My Rating    : ***

~~~

The region of Ransei, typical to Japan's feudal roots and that of the
Nobunaga's Ambition series, was divided into seventeen kingdoms. The Warlords
of them keep the region in chaos by trying to conquer all of the kingdoms to
find the legendary Pokémon, who they had not even a name for. The increasing
number and brutality of the battles made both Warrior and Pokémon weary.

In Dragnor, Nobunaga has noted this, noted how the Warriors and Warlords are
using Pokémon as mere tools just to meet the legendary Pokémon. He thinks that
the legend is a mere myth. He vows to conquer Ransei and meet the legendary
Pokémon, if it is to even exist. If it does not, the myth is dispelled and
Ransei meets peace; if it does, he will obliterate it and cause peace by ending
the fighting over it.

Consider this your main game in reverse. You are to conquer the remaining
seventeen kingdoms - you already have Dragnor, but no Zekrom. As usual, the
enemies' invasions of other enemies tends to scramble enemy rosters to the
point of walkthroughs being pointless, given the random nature of invasions at
this point of the game.

But good luck. Consider it good fortune you're not fighting yourself from the
main game, or you'd lose. :)


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 #                 The Two Heroes of Ransei (Main Character) **CONQUEST_534**#
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"The two living legends of Ransei... Rivals for so long, the time has finally
 come for them to stand together in battle ... and fight!"

Difficulty:
- Game's Rating: *****
- My Rating    : ****

~~~

Welcome back to pretty much the remains of the main playthrough of the game!
Been a while, eh?

We'll begin sometime after you conquered Ransei and met Arceus after a grueling
long quest against Nobunaga. As you may recall, you ended up returning the
seventeen kingdoms -- except Aurora, obviously -- to their original owners.

Sometime afterward, Nobunaga left Dragnor in the hands of Ranmaru and set out
journeying around Ransei, and eventually made his way to your neck of the
woods. He decided to pay you a visit. For once, a peaceful one.

As you two are getting chummy, some other Warlords decide to visit both you and
Nobunaga. After such a long time, you've noticed that they've ranked up to Rank
2. (Of course, the in-game character fails to notice.)

The Warlords have decided that battling amongst themselves is useless: they
know each other's techniques too well, and the legend has already been proven.
So they decided on the one thing they haven't done too much: battle both you
and Nobunaga at the same time!

And so, our final quest begins.

For this, you'll start out with just Aurora in your empire, with the Warriors
of yourself, Nobunaga, and Oichi making up your army. All Link percentages have
been reset to the neighborhood of 20%; evolutionary states and Linked Pokémon
do remain, thankfully enough.

There are also a few other changes.

Firstly, if you didn't spend insane amounts of time grinding up gold for your
kingdom facilities, a quick look around the region will surprise you. Every
single kingdom's facilities have had their levels brought TO DA MAX! That is
great! It provides a wealth of new things to mess with, and even allows you to
recruit and Link with more powerful Warriors and Pokémon! Your shops will sell
almost anything!

Of course, that leads to perhaps the main point of this minor speech. Legends.
A few of the legendary Pokémon rely on having all-Level-3 facilities. Look in
the last few entries of the Pokémon Gallery in this FAQ for further details.

Secondly, that game gave this story a five-star rating for a good reason. Your
surrounding opponents all start out fairly stronger than you. You will want to
have ended up Linking Nobunaga with Zekrom and Rayquaza and Hydreigon during
his story, your main character with Arceus during a story where you are usable,
and Oichi with ... something good. You may also want to go back to the other
side-stories and get some people better, high-power Pokémon. Hideyoshi had
better not have a Chimchar by now...

You'll also notice how each Warlord -- I mean strictly Warlords, not the ones
like Gracia and Yukimura who were pseudo-Warlords from the other stories -- is
now of Rank 2. That makes them much more formidable in battle, and it is not
very likely you have a Rank 2 Warrior other than yourself, and possibly Oichi.
Rank up a lot in other stories.

You'll want to begin the story by invading the lowest-Strength area nearby and
hoping for the best. I had Jolteon, Aggron, and Gabite going against the
Water-packed Fontaine and only made it because Wooper missed with Water Gun.
DO NOT GO SHOPPING FIRST! If you have some items worth equipping, yes, go for
it. But do not shop and give your enemies a further advantage. EVER.

In each and every battle, consider your primary goal to recruit Warriors, and
preferably Warlords, although their Rank won't stick unless you've gotten that
Rank in another story. However, with the capture-the-banner areas, you'll want
to be cautious. You'll really need to get some good recruits and FAST. By the
time I had crawled my way to Illusio and Terrera, everyone was having armies
with a Strength over 900!

And, dang it, if you end up hearing about a legendary Pokémon, drop absolutely
everything and go Link with it. I don't care if you have one more kingdom with
one Magikarp in it to go  --  GO  LINK  WITH  THAT  POKEMON.

That's about it. Your goal is to unite Ransei, much like in the main story. I
also suggest following the main story guidelines, minus the early on kingdoms:
you should go for Fontaine, Ignis, Greenleaf, and then you should be on-track.
I would provide a strategy, but enemies will invade other enemies to screw you
over, so...

Good luck.

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        CONGRATULATIONS! YOU HAVE BEATEN THE POST-CREDITS STORYLINE OF
                              POKÉMON CONQUEST!!
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'Bout time, eh? I ended up clocking over 150 hours by this point!



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This section contains data on all of the 200 Pokémon found in the game. You'll
find the exact information you'll be able to find in the in-game gallery. This
section follows the Gallery order. You'll also receive various other info, such
as Pokémon evolution conditions and who the Pokémon is a Perfect Link with.

Here we go!

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[section format - Pokémon name here]

Pokémon Type:
~~ Type 1: What type is it?
~~ Type 2: The above.

Stat Ratings:
~~ Attack : How good this stat is, on a scale of 1 to 5.
~~ Speed  : How good this stat is, on a scale of 1 to 5.
~~ Range  : How far the Pokémon can move.
~~ Defense: How good this stat is, on a scale of 1 to 5.
~~ HP     : How good this stat is, on a scale of 1 to 5.

Move Data:
~~ Move's Name    : What the move is called.
~~ Move's Type    : What the move's typing is.
~~ Targeting Notes: Who does it hit and in what manner?

Ability Data:
~~ Ability 1: The name of one of its potential abilities.
~~ Ability 2: The name of one of its potential abilities.
~~ Ability 3: The name of one of its potential abilities.

Where/How to Find Pokémon:
~~ How do you find it? Where do you find it?

Potential Evolutions:
~~ What does this evolve into and how?

Perfect Link Warriors:
~~ Who is the Pokémon a Perfect Link for?

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Eevee

Pokémon Type:
~~ Type 1: Normal
~~ Type 2: N/A

Stat Ratings:
~~ Attack : 1/5
~~ Speed  : 2/5
~~ Range  : 4
~~ Defense: 2/5
~~ HP     : 2/5

Move Data:
~~ Move's Name    : Quick Attack
~~ Move's Type    : Normal
~~ Targeting Notes: Hits adjacent enemy

Ability Data:
~~ Ability 1: Sprint
~~ Ability 2: Perception
~~ Ability 3: Celebrate

Where/How to Find Pokémon:
~~ Aurora
~~ Pugilis
~~ Valora
~~ Vipera
~~ Swarms

Potential Evolutions:
~~ Vaporeon: Equip Water Stone
~~ Jolteon: Equip Thunderstone
~~ Flareon: Equip Fire Stone
~~ Espeon: Get 70+% Link and do something in Illusio
~~ Umbreon: Get 70+% Link and do something in Yaksha
~~ Leafeon: Get Defense to 94 and do something in Greenleaf
~~ Glaceon: Get Attack to 91 and do something in Nixtorm

Perfect Link Warriors:
~~ Main character

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Vaporeon

Pokémon Type:
~~ Type 1: Water
~~ Type 2: N/A

Stat Ratings:
~~ Attack : 4/5
~~ Speed  : 3/5
~~ Range  : 4
~~ Defense: 3/5
~~ HP     : 5/5

Move Data:
~~ Move's Name    : Hydro Pump
~~ Move's Type    : Water
~~ Targeting Notes: Hits three tiles in the user's facing

Ability Data:
~~ Ability 1: Surfing Star
~~ Ability 2: Water Boost
~~ Ability 3: Water Absorb

Where/How to Find Pokémon:
~~ Evolve from Eevee

Potential Evolutions:
~~ N/A

Perfect Link Warriors:
~~ Main character

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Jolteon

Pokémon Type:
~~ Type 1: Electric
~~ Type 2: N/A

Stat Ratings:
~~ Attack : 4/5
~~ Speed  : 5/5
~~ Range  : 4
~~ Defense: 3/5
~~ HP     : 3/5

Move Data:
~~ Move's Name    : Thunderbolt
~~ Move's Type    : Electric
~~ Targeting Notes: Hits a tile two tiles away, and the one tile left and right
                    from there; may paralyze

Ability Data:
~~ Ability 1: Sprint
~~ Ability 2: First Lance
~~ Ability 3: Volt Absorb

Where/How to Find Pokémon:
~~ Evolve from Eevee

Potential Evolutions:
~~ N/A

Perfect Link Warriors:
~~ Main character

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Flareon

Pokémon Type:
~~ Type 1: Fire
~~ Type 2: N/A

Stat Ratings:
~~ Attack : 4/5
~~ Speed  : 3/5
~~ Range  : 4
~~ Defense: 3/5
~~ HP     : 3/5

Move Data:
~~ Move's Name    : Fire Fang
~~ Move's Type    : Fire
~~ Targeting Notes: Hits an adjacent enemy; may burn

Ability Data:
~~ Ability 1: Adrenaline
~~ Ability 2: Flame Boost
~~ Ability 3: Flash Fire

Where/How to Find Pokémon:
~~ Evolve Eevee

Potential Evolutions:
~~ N/A

Perfect Link Warriors:
~~ Main character

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Espeon

Pokémon Type:
~~ Type 1: Psychic
~~ Type 2: N/A

Stat Ratings:
~~ Attack : 4/5
~~ Speed  : 4/5
~~ Range  : 4
~~ Defense: 3/5
~~ HP     : 3/5

Move Data:
~~ Move's Name    : Psybeam
~~ Move's Type    : Psychic
~~ Targeting Notes: Hits three tiles in the user's facing

Ability Data:
~~ Ability 1: Nimble
~~ Ability 2: Insight
~~ Ability 3: Sympathy

Where/How to Find Pokémon:
~~ Evolve from Eevee

Potential Evolutions:
~~ N/A

Perfect Link Warriors:
~~ Main character

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Umbreon

Pokémon Type:
~~ Type 1: Dark
~~ Type 2: N/A

Stat Ratings:
~~ Attack : 2/5
~~ Speed  : 3/5
~~ Range  : 4
~~ Defense: 5/5
~~ HP     : 4/5

Move Data:
~~ Move's Name    : Assurance
~~ Move's Type    : Dark
~~ Targeting Notes: Hits an adjacent enemy

Ability Data:
~~ Ability 1: Hindrance
~~ Ability 2: Turmoil
~~ Ability 3: Dodge

Where/How to Find Pokémon:
~~ Evolve from Eevee

Potential Evolutions:
~~ N/A

Perfect Link Warriors:
~~ Main character

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Leafeon

Pokémon Type:
~~ Type 1: Grass
~~ Type 2: N/A

Stat Ratings:
~~ Attack : 4/5
~~ Speed  : 4/5
~~ Range  : 4
~~ Defense: 4/5
~~ HP     : 3/5

Move Data:
~~ Move's Name    : Leaf Blade
~~ Move's Type    : Grass
~~ Targeting Notes: Hits an adjacent enemy

Ability Data:
~~ Ability 1: Insight
~~ Ability 2: Running Jump
~~ Ability 3: Regeneration Body

Where/How to Find Pokémon:
~~ Evolve Eevee

Potential Evolutions:
~~ N/A

Perfect Link Warriors:
~~ Main character

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Glaceon

Pokémon Type:
~~ Type 1: Ice
~~ Type 2: N/A

Stat Ratings:
~~ Attack : 4/5
~~ Speed  : 3/5
~~ Range  : 4
~~ Defense: 4/5
~~ HP     : 3/5

Move Data:
~~ Move's Name    : Icy Wind
~~ Move's Type    : Ice
~~ Targeting Notes: Hits an adjacent enemy, and one tile left and right of
                    there; may freeze enemy

Ability Data:
~~ Ability 1: Skater
~~ Ability 2: Stealth
~~ Ability 3: Frostbite

Where/How to Find Pokémon:
~~ Evolve from Eevee

Potential Evolutions:
~~ N/A

Perfect Link Warriors:
~~ Main character

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Ralts

Pokémon Type:
~~ Type 1: Psychic
~~ Type 2: N/A

Stat Ratings:
~~ Attack : 1/5
~~ Speed  : 2/5
~~ Range  : 3
~~ Defense: 1/5
~~ HP     : 1/5

Move Data:
~~ Move's Name    : Confusion
~~ Move's Type    : Psychic
~~ Targeting Notes: Hits an enemy three tiles away; may confuse enemy

Ability Data:
~~ Ability 1: Instinct
~~ Ability 2: Perception
~~ Ability 3: Share

Where/How to Find Pokémon:
~~ Illusio

Potential Evolutions:
~~ Kirlia: When Attack is 44

Perfect Link Warriors:
~~ Jubei
~~ Kagekatsu
~~ Tomonobu
~~ Yoshitsugu

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Kirlia

Pokémon Type:
~~ Type 1: Psychic
~~ Type 2: N/A

Stat Ratings:
~~ Attack : 2/5
~~ Speed  : 2/5
~~ Range  : 3
~~ Defense: 1/5
~~ HP     : 1/5

Move Data:
~~ Move's Name    : Psyshock
~~ Move's Type    : Psychic
~~ Targeting Notes: Hits an enemy two tiles away

Ability Data:
~~ Ability 1: Instinct
~~ Ability 2: Perception
~~ Ability 3: Share

Where/How to Find Pokémon:
~~ Illusio
~~ Evolve from Ralts

Potential Evolutions:
~~ Gardevoir: When Attack is 75
~~ Gallade: Equip with a Dawn Stone

Perfect Link Warriors:
~~ Kagekatsu
~~ Tomonobu
~~ Yoshitsugu

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Gardevoir

Pokémon Type:
~~ Type 1: Psychic
~~ Type 2: N/A

Stat Ratings:
~~ Attack : 4/5
~~ Speed  : 3/5
~~ Range  : 3
~~ Defense: 4/5
~~ HP     : 3/5

Move Data:
~~ Move's Name    : Psychic
~~ Move's Type    : Psychic
~~ Targeting Notes: Hits all non-diagonally-adjacent tiles from one two tiles
                    away, but not the tile itself

Ability Data:
~~ Ability 1: Instinct
~~ Ability 2: Perception
~~ Ability 3: Confidence

Where/How to Find Pokémon:
~~ Evolve from Kirlia

Potential Evolutions:
~~ N/A

Perfect Link Warriors:
~~ Kenshin
~~ Tomonobu

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Gallade

Pokémon Type:
~~ Type 1: Psychic
~~ Type 2: Fighting

Stat Ratings:
~~ Attack : 4/5
~~ Speed  : 3/5
~~ Range  : 3
~~ Defense: 4/5
~~ HP     : 3/5

Move Data:
~~ Move's Name    : Psycho Cut
~~ Move's Type    : Psychic
~~ Targeting Notes: Hits enemies up to two tiles away

Ability Data:
~~ Ability 1: Parry
~~ Ability 2: Conqueror
~~ Ability 3: Justified

Where/How to Find Pokémon:
~~ Evolve from Kirlia

Potential Evolutions:
~~ N/A

Perfect Link Warriors:
~~ Jubei
~~ Kagekatsu
~~ Kenshin

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Magikarp

Pokémon Type:
~~ Type 1: Water
~~ Type 2: N/A

Stat Ratings:
~~ Attack : 1/5
~~ Speed  : 3/5
~~ Range  : 3
~~ Defense: 1/5
~~ HP     : 1/5

Move Data:
~~ Move's Name    : Splash
~~ Move's Type    : Normal
~~ Targeting Notes: Has no effect at all

Ability Data:
~~ Ability 1: Gulp
~~ Ability 2: Mood Maker
~~ Ability 3: Decoy

Where/How to Find Pokémon:
~~ Fontaine
~~ Avia

Potential Evolutions:
~~ Gyarados: When Attack is 16

Perfect Link Warriors:
~~ Nobuchika
~~ Takeyoshi

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Gyarados

Pokémon Type:
~~ Type 1: Water
~~ Type 2: Flying

Stat Ratings:
~~ Attack : 4/5
~~ Speed  : 3/5
~~ Range  : 3
~~ Defense: 4/5
~~ HP     : 4/5

Move Data:
~~ Move's Name    : Aqua Tail
~~ Move's Type    : Water
~~ Targeting Notes: Hits the three tiles in front of the user and pushes all
                    who are hit back one tile

Ability Data:
~~ Ability 1: Intimidate
~~ Ability 2: Frighten
~~ Ability 3: Tenacity

Where/How to Find Pokémon:
~~ Fontaine
~~ Dragnor
~~ Evolve from Magikarp

Potential Evolutions:
~~ N/A

Perfect Link Warriors:
~~ Nobuchika
~~ Takeyoshi

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Pichu

Pokémon Type:
~~ Type 1: Electric
~~ Type 2: N/A

Stat Ratings:
~~ Attack : 1/5
~~ Speed  : 2/5
~~ Range  : 4
~~ Defense: 1/5
~~ HP     : 1/5

Move Data:
~~ Move's Name    : Thundershock
~~ Move's Type    : Electric
~~ Targeting Notes: Hits two tiles in the user's facing; may paralyze

Ability Data:
~~ Ability 1: Static
~~ Ability 2: Mood Maker
~~ Ability 3: Sequence

Where/How to Find Pokémon:
~~ Violight

Potential Evolutions:
~~ Pikachu: 50+% Link

Perfect Link Warriors:
~~ Akizane
~~ Sorin

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Pikachu

Pokémon Type:
~~ Type 1: Electric
~~ Type 2: N/A

Stat Ratings:
~~ Attack : 1/5
~~ Speed  : 4/5
~~ Range  : 3
~~ Defense: 1/5
~~ HP     : 1/5

Move Data:
~~ Move's Name    : Thunderbolt
~~ Move's Type    : Electric
~~ Targeting Notes: Hits a tile two tiles away and one tile left and right of
                    there; may paralyze

Ability Data:
~~ Ability 1: Static
~~ Ability 2: Celebrate
~~ Ability 3: Lightningrod

Where/How to Find Pokémon:
~~ Violight
~~ Evolve from Pichu

Potential Evolutions:
~~ Raichu: Equip with Thunderstone

Perfect Link Warriors:
~~ Akizane
~~ Hanbei
~~ Sorin

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Raichu

Pokémon Type:
~~ Type 1: Electric
~~ Type 2: N/A

Stat Ratings:
~~ Attack : 3/5
~~ Speed  : 4/5
~~ Range  : 3
~~ Defense: 2/5
~~ HP     : 2/5

Move Data:
~~ Move's Name    : Volt Tackle
~~ Move's Type    : Electric
~~ Targeting Notes: User moves forward one tile and hits the three tiles in
                    front of it; may paralyze

Ability Data:
~~ Ability 1: Static
~~ Ability 2: Instinct
~~ Ability 3: Lightningrod

Where/How to Find Pokémon:
~~ Evolve from Pikachu

Potential Evolutions:
~~ N/A

Perfect Link Warriors:
~~ Akizane
~~ Hanbei
~~ Sorin

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Wooper

Pokémon Type:
~~ Type 1: Water
~~ Type 2: Ground

Stat Ratings:
~~ Attack : 1/5
~~ Speed  : 1/5
~~ Range  : 3
~~ Defense: 1/5
~~ HP     : 2/5

Move Data:
~~ Move's Name    : Water Gun
~~ Move's Type    : Water
~~ Targeting Notes: Hits two tiles in the user's facing

Ability Data:
~~ Ability 1: Gulp
~~ Ability 2: Deep Sleep
~~ Ability 3: Water Absorb

Where/How to Find Pokémon:
~~ Aurora
~~ Fontaine

Potential Evolutions:
~~ Quagsire: Max HP equals 94

Perfect Link Warriors:
~~ Chikamasa

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Quagsire

Pokémon Type:
~~ Type 1: Water
~~ Type 2: Ground

Stat Ratings:
~~ Attack : 3/5
~~ Speed  : 1/5
~~ Range  : 3
~~ Defense: 3/5
~~ HP     : 4/5

Move Data:
~~ Move's Name    : Mud Bomb
~~ Move's Type    : Ground
~~ Targeting Notes: Hits one enemy two tiles away; may lower accuracy

Ability Data:
~~ Ability 1: Shackle
~~ Ability 2: Deep Sleep
~~ Ability 3: Water Absorb

Where/How to Find Pokémon:
~~ Fontaine
~~ Evolve from Wooper

Potential Evolutions:
~~ N/A

Perfect Link Warriors:
~~ Chikamasa

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Igglybuff

Pokémon Type:
~~ Type 1: Normal
~~ Type 2: N/A

Stat Ratings:
~~ Attack : 1/5
~~ Speed  : 2/5
~~ Range  : 3
~~ Defense: 1/5
~~ HP     : 4/5

Move Data:
~~ Move's Name    : Pound
~~ Move's Type    : Normal
~~ Targeting Notes: Hits an adjacent enemy

Ability Data:
~~ Ability 1: Lullaby
~~ Ability 2: Mood Maker
~~ Ability 3: Confidence

Where/How to Find Pokémon:
~~ Aurora

Potential Evolutions:
~~ Jigglypuff: 50+% Link

Perfect Link Warriors:
~~ Chiyo
~~ Hatsu

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Jigglypuff

Pokémon Type:
~~ Type 1: Normal
~~ Type 2: N/A

Stat Ratings:
~~ Attack : 1/5
~~ Speed  : 1/5
~~ Range  : 3
~~ Defense: 1/5
~~ HP     : 5/5

Move Data:
~~ Move's Name    : Doubleslap
~~ Move's Type    : Normal
~~ Targeting Notes: Hits an adjacent enemy multiple times

Ability Data:
~~ Ability 1: Lullaby
~~ Ability 2: Mood Maker
~~ Ability 3: Confidence

Where/How to Find Pokémon:
~~ Aurora
~~ Evolve from Igglybuff

Potential Evolutions:
~~ Wigglytuff: Equip with Moon Stone

Perfect Link Warriors:
~~ Chiyo
~~ Hatsu
~~ Oichi

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Wigglytuff

Pokémon Type:
~~ Type 1: Normal
~~ Type 2: N/A

Stat Ratings:
~~ Attack : 2/5
~~ Speed  : 2/5
~~ Range  : 3
~~ Defense: 1/5
~~ HP     : 5/5

Move Data:
~~ Move's Name    : Hyper Voice
~~ Move's Type    : Normal
~~ Targeting Notes: Hits all tiles surrounding the user

Ability Data:
~~ Ability 1: Lullaby
~~ Ability 2: Mood Maker
~~ Ability 3: Confidence

Where/How to Find Pokémon:
~~ Aurora
~~ Evolve from Jigglypuff

Potential Evolutions:
~~ N/A

Perfect Link Warriors:
~~ Chiyo
~~ Hatsu
~~ Oichi

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Zubat

Pokémon Type:
~~ Type 1: Poison
~~ Type 2: Flying

Stat Ratings:
~~ Attack : 1/5
~~ Speed  : 2/5
~~ Range  : 4
~~ Defense: 1/5
~~ HP     : 1/5

Move Data:
~~ Move's Name    : Wing Attack
~~ Move's Type    : Flying
~~ Targeting Notes: Hits an adjacent enemy

Ability Data:
~~ Ability 1: Melee
~~ Ability 2: Inner Focus
~~ Ability 3: Sponge

Where/How to Find Pokémon:
~~ Cragspur
~~ Dragnor
~~ Ignis
~~ Nixtorm
~~ Viperia

Potential Evolutions:
~~ Golbat: Speed equals 55

Perfect Link Warriors:
~~ Sandayu
~~ Yoshi

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Golbat

Pokémon Type:
~~ Type 1: Poison
~~ Type 2: Flying

Stat Ratings:
~~ Attack : 2/5
~~ Speed  : 4/5
~~ Range  : 4
~~ Defense: 3/5
~~ HP     : 3/5

Move Data:
~~ Move's Name    : Poison Fang
~~ Move's Type    : Poison
~~ Targeting Notes: Hits an adjacent enemy; may poison

Ability Data:
~~ Ability 1: Melee
~~ Ability 2: Inner Focus
~~ Ability 3: Sponge

Where/How to Find Pokémon:
~~ Avia
~~ Viperia
~~ Evolve from Zubat

Potential Evolutions:
~~ Crobat: 65+% Link

Perfect Link Warriors:
~~ Nene
~~ Sandayu
~~ Yoshi

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Crobat

Pokémon Type:
~~ Type 1: Poison
~~ Type 2: Flying

Stat Ratings:
~~ Attack : 3/5
~~ Speed  : 5/5
~~ Range  : 4
~~ Defense: 3/5
~~ HP     : 4/5

Move Data:
~~ Move's Name    : Cross Poison
~~ Move's Type    : Poison
~~ Targeting Notes: Hits an adjacent tile and all diagonally-adjacent tiles

Ability Data:
~~ Ability 1: Inner Focus
~~ Ability 2: Sponge
~~ Ability 3: Shadow Smack

Where/How to Find Pokémon:
~~ Avia
~~ Viperia
~~ Evolve from Golbat

Potential Evolutions:
~~ N/A

Perfect Link Warriors:
~~ Nene
~~ Sandayu
~~ Yoshi

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Starly

Pokémon Type:
~~ Type 1: Normal
~~ Type 2: Flying

Stat Ratings:
~~ Attack : 1/5
~~ Speed  : 2/5
~~ Range  : 4
~~ Defense: 1/5
~~ HP     : 1/5

Move Data:
~~ Move's Name    : Quick Attack
~~ Move's Type    : Normal
~~ Targeting Notes: Hits an adjacent enemy

Ability Data:
~~ Ability 1: Keen Eye
~~ Ability 2: Hero
~~ Ability 3: Celebrate

Where/How to Find Pokémon:
~~ Aurora
~~ Avia
~~ Dragnor
~~ Yaksha

Potential Evolutions:
~~ Staravia: When Speed equals 48

Perfect Link Warriors:
~~ Munezane

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Staravia

Pokémon Type:
~~ Type 1: Normal
~~ Type 2: Flying

Stat Ratings:
~~ Attack : 2/5
~~ Speed  : 3/5
~~ Range  : 4
~~ Defense: 1/5
~~ HP     : 2/5

Move Data:
~~ Move's Name    : Wing Attack
~~ Move's Type    : Flying
~~ Targeting Notes: Hits an adjacent enemy

Ability Data:
~~ Ability 1: Intimidate
~~ Ability 2: Hero
~~ Ability 3: Celebrate

Where/How to Find Pokémon:
~~ Aurora
~~ Avia
~~ Evolve from Starly

Potential Evolutions:
~~ Staraptor: When Attack is 92

Perfect Link Warriors:
~~ Muneshige
~~ Munezane

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Staraptor

Pokémon Type:
~~ Type 1: Normal
~~ Type 2: Flying

Stat Ratings:
~~ Attack : 4/5
~~ Speed  : 4/5
~~ Range  : 4
~~ Defense: 2/5
~~ HP     : 4/5

Move Data:
~~ Move's Name    : Brave Bird
~~ Move's Type    : Normal
~~ Targeting Notes: User moves forward one space and hits all 
                    non-diagonally-adjacent tiles from there minus the user's
                    original location

Ability Data:
~~ Ability 1: Intimidate
~~ Ability 2: Hero
~~ Ability 3: Vanguard

Where/How to Find Pokémon:
~~ Evolve from Staravia

Potential Evolutions:
~~ N/A

Perfect Link Warriors:
~~ Muneshige
~~ Munezane

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Bidoof

Pokémon Type:
~~ Type 1: Normal
~~ Type 2: N/A

Stat Ratings:
~~ Attack : 1/5
~~ Speed  : 2/5
~~ Range  : 3
~~ Defense: 1/5
~~ HP     : 2/5

Move Data:
~~ Move's Name    : Headbutt
~~ Move's Type    : Normal
~~ Targeting Notes: Hits an adjacent enemy

Ability Data:
~~ Ability 1: Simple
~~ Ability 2: Deep Sleep
~~ Ability 3: Unaware

Where/How to Find Pokémon:
~~ Aurora
~~ Ignis
~~ Pugilis
~~ Terrera
~~ Yaksha

Potential Evolutions:
~~ Bibarel: When Attack is 39

Perfect Link Warriors:
~~ Choan

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Bibarel

Pokémon Type:
~~ Type 1: Normal
~~ Type 2: Water

Stat Ratings:
~~ Attack : 3/5
~~ Speed  : 3/5
~~ Range  : 3
~~ Defense: 2/5
~~ HP     : 3/5

Move Data:
~~ Move's Name    : Hyper Fang
~~ Move's Type    : Normal
~~ Targeting Notes: Hits an adjacent enemy

Ability Data:
~~ Ability 1: Simple
~~ Ability 2: Deep Sleep
~~ Ability 3: Unaware

Where/How to Find Pokémon:
~~ Aurora
~~ Fontaine
~~ Evolve from Bidoof

Potential Evolutions:
~~ N/A

Perfect Link Warriors:
~~ Choan

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Venipede

Pokémon Type:
~~ Type 1: Bug
~~ Type 2: Poison

Stat Ratings:
~~ Attack : 1/5
~~ Speed  : 2/5
~~ Range  : 3
~~ Defense: 2/5
~~ HP     : 1/5

Move Data:
~~ Move's Name    : Poison Sting
~~ Move's Type    : Poison
~~ Targeting Notes: Hits two tiles in the user's facing; may poison

Ability Data:
~~ Ability 1: Poison Point
~~ Ability 2: Jagged Edge
~~ Ability 3: Herbivore

Where/How to Find Pokémon:
~~ Chrysalia
~~ Dragnor
~~ Viperia

Potential Evolutions:
~~ Whirlipede: When Defense is 50

Perfect Link Warriors:
~~ Hideaki
~~ Yasunaga

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Whirlipede

Pokémon Type:
~~ Type 1: Bug
~~ Type 2: Poison

Stat Ratings:
~~ Attack : 1/5
~~ Speed  : 2/5
~~ Range  : 2
~~ Defense: 4/5
~~ HP     : 1/5

Move Data:
~~ Move's Name    : Poison Tail
~~ Move's Type    : Poison
~~ Targeting Notes: Hits the three tiles in front of the user; may poison

Ability Data:
~~ Ability 1: Poison Point
~~ Ability 2: Jagged Edge
~~ Ability 3: Hero

Where/How to Find Pokémon:
~~ Chrysalia
~~ Viperia
~~ Evolve from Venipede

Potential Evolutions:
~~ Scolipede: When Speed is 57

Perfect Link Warriors:
~~ Hideaki
~~ Yasunaga

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Scolipede

Pokémon Type:
~~ Type 1: Bug
~~ Type 2: Poison

Stat Ratings:
~~ Attack : 3/5
~~ Speed  : 5/5
~~ Range  : 3
~~ Defense: 3/5
~~ HP     : 1/5

Move Data:
~~ Move's Name    : Venoshock
~~ Move's Type    : Poison
~~ Targeting Notes: Hits a tile two tiles away and one left and right of there;
                    may poison

Ability Data:
~~ Ability 1: Vanguard
~~ Ability 2: Poison Point
~~ Ability 3: Jagged Edge

Where/How to Find Pokémon:
~~ Chrysalia
~~ Dragnor
~~ Viperia
~~ Evolve from Whirlipede

Potential Evolutions:
~~ N/A

Perfect Link Warriors:
~~ Hideaki
~~ Yasunaga

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Shinx

Pokémon Type:
~~ Type 1: Electric
~~ Type 2: N/A

Stat Ratings:
~~ Attack : 1/5
~~ Speed  : 2/5
~~ Range  : 4
~~ Defense: 1/5
~~ HP     : 2/5

Move Data:
~~ Move's Name    : Spark
~~ Move's Type    : Electric
~~ Targeting Notes: Hits an adjacent enemy; may paralyze

Ability Data:
~~ Ability 1: Intimidate
~~ Ability 2: Sequence
~~ Ability 3: Celebrate

Where/How to Find Pokémon:
~~ Violight

Potential Evolutions:
~~ Luxio: When Attack is 35

Perfect Link Warriors:
~~ Dosetsu
~~ Ginchiyo
~~ Takatane

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Luxio

Pokémon Type:
~~ Type 1: Electric
~~ Type 2: N/A

Stat Ratings:
~~ Attack : 1/5
~~ Speed  : 2/5
~~ Range  : 4
~~ Defense: 1/5
~~ HP     : 2/5

Move Data:
~~ Move's Name    : Discharge
~~ Move's Type    : Electric
~~ Targeting Notes: Hits all tiles surrounding the user; may paralyze

Ability Data:
~~ Ability 1: Intimidate
~~ Ability 2: Sequence
~~ Ability 3: Run Up

Where/How to Find Pokémon:
~~ Violight
~~ Evolve from Shinx

Potential Evolutions:
~~ Luxray: When Attack is 95

Perfect Link Warriors:
~~ Dosetsu
~~ Ginchiyo
~~ Takatane

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Luxray

Pokémon Type:
~~ Type 1: Electric
~~ Type 2: N/A

Stat Ratings:
~~ Attack : 3/5
~~ Speed  : 3/5
~~ Range  : 3
~~ Defense: 3/5
~~ HP     : 3/5

Move Data:
~~ Move's Name    : Thunder
~~ Move's Type    : Electric
~~ Targeting Notes: Hits a tile three tiles away; may paralyze

Ability Data:
~~ Ability 1: Intimidate
~~ Ability 2: Sequence
~~ Ability 3: Sprint

Where/How to Find Pokémon:
~~ Evolve from Luxio

Potential Evolutions:
~~ N/A

Perfect Link Warriors:
~~ Dosetsu
~~ Ginchiyo
~~ Takatane

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Litwick

Pokémon Type:
~~ Type 1: Ghost
~~ Type 2: Fire

Stat Ratings:
~~ Attack : 2/5
~~ Speed  : 1/5
~~ Range  : 3
~~ Defense: 2/5
~~ HP     : 2/5

Move Data:
~~ Move's Name    : Ember
~~ Move's Type    : Fire
~~ Targeting Notes: Hits a tile two tiles away; may burn

Ability Data:
~~ Ability 1: Flame Body
~~ Ability 2: Flash Fire
~~ Ability 3: Warm Blanket

Where/How to Find Pokémon:
~~ Ignis
~~ Spectra
~~ Valora

Potential Evolutions:
~~ Lampent: When Attack is 94

Perfect Link Warriors:
~~ Maa
~~ Masanobu
~~ Takatora

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Lampent

Pokémon Type:
~~ Type 1: Ghost
~~ Type 2: Fire

Stat Ratings:
~~ Attack : 3/5
~~ Speed  : 2/5
~~ Range  : 3
~~ Defense: 2/5
~~ HP     : 2/5

Move Data:
~~ Move's Name    : Flame Burst
~~ Move's Type    : Fire
~~ Targeting Notes: Hits a tile two tiles away and all diagonally-adjacent ones
                    from there; may burn

Ability Data:
~~ Ability 1: Flame Body
~~ Ability 2: Flash Fire
~~ Ability 3: Warm Blanket

Where/How to Find Pokémon:
~~ Ignis
~~ Spectra
~~ Evolve from Litwick

Potential Evolutions:
~~ Chandelure: Equip with Dusk Stone

Perfect Link Warriors:
~~ Kanbei
~~ Maa
~~ Masanobu
~~ Takatora

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Chandelure

Pokémon Type:
~~ Type 1: Ghost
~~ Type 2: Fire

Stat Ratings:
~~ Attack : 5/5
~~ Speed  : 3/5
~~ Range  : 3
~~ Defense: 4/5
~~ HP     : 2/5

Move Data:
~~ Move's Name    : Fire Spin
~~ Move's Type    : Fire
~~ Targeting Notes: Hits all tiles surrounding one two tiles away, but not the
                    tile itself; may burn; hits four or five times

Ability Data:
~~ Ability 1: Flame Body
~~ Ability 2: Flash Fire
~~ Ability 3: Warm Blanket

Where/How to Find Pokémon:
~~ Evolve from Lampent

Potential Evolutions:
~~ N/A

Perfect Link Warriors:
~~ Kanbei
~~ Maa
~~ Masanobu
~~ Takatora

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Roggenrola

Pokémon Type:
~~ Type 1: Rock
~~ Type 2: N/A

Stat Ratings:
~~ Attack : 2/5
~~ Speed  : 1/5
~~ Range  : 3
~~ Defense: 2/5
~~ HP     : 2/5

Move Data:
~~ Move's Name    : Rock Blast
~~ Move's Type    : Rock
~~ Targeting Notes: Hits a target two tiles away multiple times

Ability Data:
~~ Ability 1: Sturdy
~~ Ability 2: Bodyguard
~~ Ability 3: Explode

Where/How to Find Pokémon:
~~ Cragspur
~~ Yaksha

Potential Evolutions:
~~ Boldore: When Defense is 59

Perfect Link Warriors:
~~ Madoka
~~ Tsunashige

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Boldore

Pokémon Type:
~~ Type 1: Rock
~~ Type 2: N/A

Stat Ratings:
~~ Attack : 3/5
~~ Speed  : 1/5
~~ Range  : 2
~~ Defense: 3/5
~~ HP     : 3/5

Move Data:
~~ Move's Name    : Rock Slide
~~ Move's Type    : Rock
~~ Targeting Notes: Hits the three tiles in the user's facing

Ability Data:
~~ Ability 1: Sturdy
~~ Ability 2: Bodyguard
~~ Ability 3: Explode

Where/How to Find Pokémon:
~~ Cragspur
~~ Evolve from Roggenrola

Potential Evolutions:
~~ Gigalith: Defeat a Warrior with a Link of 60+%

Perfect Link Warriors:
~~ Madoka
~~ Tsunashige
~~ Ujiyasu

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Gigalith

Pokémon Type:
~~ Type 1: Rock
~~ Type 2: N/A

Stat Ratings:
~~ Attack : 5/5
~~ Speed  : 1/5
~~ Range  : 2
~~ Defense: 4/5
~~ HP     : 4/5

Move Data:
~~ Move's Name    : Stone Edge
~~ Move's Type    : Rock
~~ Targeting Notes: Hits all non-diagonally-adjacent tiles from one two tiles
                    away and the tile itself

Ability Data:
~~ Ability 1: Sturdy
~~ Ability 2: Bodyguard
~~ Ability 3: Explode

Where/How to Find Pokémon:
~~ Evolve from Boldore

Potential Evolutions:
~~ N/A

Perfect Link Warriors:
~~ Madoka
~~ Tsunashige
~~ Ujiyasu

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Petilil

Pokémon Type:
~~ Type 1: Grass
~~ Type 2: N/A

Stat Ratings:
~~ Attack : 2/5
~~ Speed  : 1/5
~~ Range  : 3
~~ Defense: 2/5
~~ HP     : 2/5

Move Data:
~~ Move's Name    : Mega Drain
~~ Move's Type    : Grass
~~ Targeting Notes: Hits an adjacent enemy

Ability Data:
~~ Ability 1: Own Tempo
~~ Ability 2: Nurse
~~ Ability 3: Life Force

Where/How to Find Pokémon:
~~ Greenleaf

Potential Evolutions:
~~ Liligant: Equip with the Sun Stone

Perfect Link Warriors:
~~ Terumoto
~~ Urakusai

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Liligant

Pokémon Type:
~~ Type 1: Grass
~~ Type 2: N/A

Stat Ratings:
~~ Attack : 4/5
~~ Speed  : 4/5
~~ Range  : 3
~~ Defense: 3/5
~~ HP     : 3/5

Move Data:
~~ Move's Name    : Petal Dance
~~ Move's Type    : Grass
~~ Targeting Notes: Hits all non-diagonally-adjacent tiles from the user

Ability Data:
~~ Ability 1: Own Tempo
~~ Ability 2: Nurse
~~ Ability 3: Life Force

Where/How to Find Pokémon:
~~ Greenleaf
~~ Evolve from Petilil

Potential Evolutions:
~~ N/A

Perfect Link Warriors:
~~ Terumoto
~~ Urakusai

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Mareep

Pokémon Type:
~~ Type 1: Electric
~~ Type 2: N/A

Stat Ratings:
~~ Attack : 2/5
~~ Speed  : 1/5
~~ Range  : 3
~~ Defense: 1/5
~~ HP     : 2/5

Move Data:
~~ Move's Name    : Thundershock
~~ Move's Type    : Electric
~~ Targeting Notes: Hits the two tiles in the user's facing; may paralyze

Ability Data:
~~ Ability 1: Static
~~ Ability 2: Interference
~~ Ability 3: Calming

Where/How to Find Pokémon:
~~ Violight

Potential Evolutions:
~~ Flaaffy: When Attack is 53

Perfect Link Warriors:
~~ Norishige
~~ Shoun

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Flaaffy

Pokémon Type:
~~ Type 1: Electric
~~ Type 2: N/A

Stat Ratings:
~~ Attack : 2/5
~~ Speed  : 2/5
~~ Range  : 3
~~ Defense: 2/5
~~ HP     : 3/5

Move Data:
~~ Move's Name    : Discharge
~~ Move's Type    : Electric
~~ Targeting Notes: Hits all tiles surrounding the user; may paralyze 

Ability Data:
~~ Ability 1: Static
~~ Ability 2: Interference
~~ Ability 3: Calming

Where/How to Find Pokémon:
~~ Violight
~~ Evolve from Mareep

Potential Evolutions:
~~ Ampharos: When Attack is 90

Perfect Link Warriors:
~~ Norishige
~~ Shoun

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Ampharos

Pokémon Type:
~~ Type 1: Electric
~~ Type 2: N/A

Stat Ratings:
~~ Attack : 4/5
~~ Speed  : 2/5
~~ Range  : 3
~~ Defense: 3/5
~~ HP     : 4/5

Move Data:
~~ Move's Name    : Thunder
~~ Move's Type    : Electric
~~ Targeting Notes: Hits a tile three tiles away; may paralyze

Ability Data:
~~ Ability 1: Static
~~ Ability 2: Interference
~~ Ability 3: Confidence

Where/How to Find Pokémon:
~~ Evolve from Flaaffy

Potential Evolutions:
~~ N/A

Perfect Link Warriors:
~~ Norishige
~~ Shoun

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Cottonee

Pokémon Type:
~~ Type 1: Grass
~~ Type 2: N/A

Stat Ratings:
~~ Attack : 1/5
~~ Speed  : 3/5
~~ Range  : 4
~~ Defense: 2/5
~~ HP     : 1/5

Move Data:
~~ Move's Name    : Absorb
~~ Move's Type    : Grass
~~ Targeting Notes: Hits an adjacent enemy

Ability Data:
~~ Ability 1: Melee
~~ Ability 2: Mountaineer
~~ Ability 3: Dodge

Where/How to Find Pokémon:
~~ Greenleaf

Potential Evolutions:
~~ Whimsicott: Equip with the Sun Stone

Perfect Link Warriors:
~~ Sadatoshi

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Whimsicott

Pokémon Type:
~~ Type 1: Grass
~~ Type 2: N/A

Stat Ratings:
~~ Attack : 2/5
~~ Speed  : 5/5
~~ Range  : 4
~~ Defense: 3/5
~~ HP     : 2/5

Move Data:
~~ Move's Name    : Razor Leaf
~~ Move's Type    : Grass
~~ Targeting Notes: Hits three tiles in the user's facing

Ability Data:
~~ Ability 1: Melee
~~ Ability 2: Mountaineer
~~ Ability 3: Dodge

Where/How to Find Pokémon:
~~ Greenleaf
~~ Evolve from Cottonee

Potential Evolutions:
~~ N/A

Perfect Link Warriors:
~~ Sadatoshi

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Riolu

Pokémon Type:
~~ Type 1: Fighting
~~ Type 2: N/A

Stat Ratings:
~~ Attack : 2/5
~~ Speed  : 2/5
~~ Range  : 3
~~ Defense: 1/5
~~ HP     : 1/5

Move Data:
~~ Move's Name    : Force Palm
~~ Move's Type    : Fighting
~~ Targeting Notes: Hits an adjacent enemy and pushes them back a tile

Ability Data:
~~ Ability 1: Inner Focus
~~ Ability 2: Parry
~~ Ability 3: Sprint

Where/How to Find Pokémon:
~~ Pugilis

Potential Evolutions:
~~ Lucario: 50+% Link

Perfect Link Warriors:
~~ Nagayoshi
~~ Ranmaru

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Lucario

Pokémon Type:
~~ Type 1: Fighting
~~ Type 2: Steel

Stat Ratings:
~~ Attack : 4/5
~~ Speed  : 4/5
~~ Range  : 3
~~ Defense: 3/5
~~ HP     : 3/5

Move Data:
~~ Move's Name    : Aura Sphere
~~ Move's Type    : Fighting
~~ Targeting Notes: Hits an enemy two tiles away and pushes them back a tile

Ability Data:
~~ Ability 1: Inner Focus
~~ Ability 2: Run Up
~~ Ability 3: Parry

Where/How to Find Pokémon:
~~ Evolve from Riolu

Potential Evolutions:
~~ N/A

Perfect Link Warriors:
~~ Nagayoshi
~~ Ranmaru

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Chingling

Pokémon Type:
~~ Type 1: Psychic
~~ Type 2: N/A

Stat Ratings:
~~ Attack : 2/5
~~ Speed  : 2/5
~~ Range  : 3
~~ Defense: 2/5
~~ HP     : 2/5

Move Data:
~~ Move's Name    : Confusion
~~ Move's Type    : Psychic
~~ Targeting Notes: Hits an enemy three tiles away; may confuse

Ability Data:
~~ Ability 1: Levitate
~~ Ability 2: N/A
~~ Ability 3: N/A

Where/How to Find Pokémon:
~~ Illusio

Potential Evolutions:
~~ Chimecho: 50+% Link

Perfect Link Warriors:
~~ Saneyori
~~ Sen

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Chimecho

Pokémon Type:
~~ Type 1: Psychic
~~ Type 2: N/A

Stat Ratings:
~~ Attack : 3/5
~~ Speed  : 3/5
~~ Range  : 3
~~ Defense: 3/5
~~ HP     : 3/5

Move Data:
~~ Move's Name    : Confusion
~~ Move's Type    : Psychic
~~ Targeting Notes: Hits an enemy three tiles away; may confuse

Ability Data:
~~ Ability 1: Levitate
~~ Ability 2: N/A
~~ Ability 3: N/A

Where/How to Find Pokémon:
~~ Illusio
~~ Evolve from Chingling

Potential Evolutions:
~~ N/A

Perfect Link Warriors:
~~ Saneyori
~~ Sen

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Ekans

Pokémon Type:
~~ Type 1: Poison
~~ Type 2: N/A

Stat Ratings:
~~ Attack : 2/5
~~ Speed  : 2/5
~~ Range  : 3
~~ Defense: 2/5
~~ HP     : 1/5

Move Data:
~~ Move's Name    : Poison Sting
~~ Move's Type    : Poison
~~ Targeting Notes: Hits two tiles in the user's facing; may poison

Ability Data:
~~ Ability 1: Intimidate
~~ Ability 2: Shed Skin
~~ Ability 3: Frighten

Where/How to Find Pokémon:
~~ Viperia

Potential Evolutions:
~~ Arbok: When Attack is 59

Perfect Link Warriors:
~~ Dosan
~~ Yazaemon

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Arbok

Pokémon Type:
~~ Type 1: Poison
~~ Type 2: N/A

Stat Ratings:
~~ Attack : 3/5
~~ Speed  : 3/5
~~ Range  : 3
~~ Defense: 3/5
~~ HP     : 2/5

Move Data:
~~ Move's Name    : Venoshock
~~ Move's Type    : Poison
~~ Targeting Notes: Hits a tile two tiles away and one left and right of there;
                    may poison

Ability Data:
~~ Ability 1: Intimidate
~~ Ability 2: Shed Skin
~~ Ability 3: Frighten

Where/How to Find Pokémon:
~~ Viperia
~~ Evolve from Ekans

Potential Evolutions:
~~ N/A

Perfect Link Warriors:
~~ Dosan
~~ Yazaemon

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Pineco

Pokémon Type:
~~ Type 1: Bug
~~ Type 2: N/A

Stat Ratings:
~~ Attack : 2/5
~~ Speed  : 1/5
~~ Range  : 3
~~ Defense: 2/5
~~ HP     : 2/5

Move Data:
~~ Move's Name    : Bug Bite
~~ Move's Type    : Bug
~~ Targeting Notes: Hits an adjacent enemy; may use enemy's held item

Ability Data:
~~ Ability 1: Sturdy
~~ Ability 2: Jagged Edge
~~ Ability 3: Explode

Where/How to Find Pokémon:
~~ Chrysalia

Potential Evolutions:
~~ Forretress: When Defense is 73

Perfect Link Warriors:
~~ Kame
~~ Ujizane
~~ Yoshimoto

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Forretress

Pokémon Type:
~~ Type 1: Bug
~~ Type 2: Steel

Stat Ratings:
~~ Attack : 3/5
~~ Speed  : 2/5
~~ Range  : 3
~~ Defense: 4/5
~~ HP     : 3/5

Move Data:
~~ Move's Name    : Gyro Ball
~~ Move's Type    : Steel
~~ Targeting Notes: Hits an enemy two tiles away, and user moves forward a tile

Ability Data:
~~ Ability 1: Sturdy
~~ Ability 2: Jagged Edge
~~ Ability 3: Explode

Where/How to Find Pokémon:
~~ Evolve from Pineco

Potential Evolutions:
~~ N/A

Perfect Link Warriors:
~~ Kame
~~ Ujizane
~~ Yoshimoto

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Meowth

Pokémon Type:
~~ Type 1: Normal
~~ Type 2: N/A

Stat Ratings:
~~ Attack : 1/5
~~ Speed  : 4/5
~~ Range  : 3
~~ Defense: 1/5
~~ HP     : 1/5

Move Data:
~~ Move's Name    : Fury Swipes
~~ Move's Type    : Normal
~~ Targeting Notes: Hits an adjacent enemy multiple times

Ability Data:
~~ Ability 1: Mountaineer
~~ Ability 2: Fortune
~~ Ability 3: Bonanza

Where/How to Find Pokémon:
~~ Aurora
~~ Terrera

Potential Evolutions:
~~ Persian: When Speed is 96

Perfect Link Warriors:
~~ Tsunehisa

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Persian

Pokémon Type:
~~ Type 1: Normal
~~ Type 2: N/A

Stat Ratings:
~~ Attack : 2/5
~~ Speed  : 5/5
~~ Range  : 3
~~ Defense: 2/5
~~ HP     : 3/5

Move Data:
~~ Move's Name    : Slash
~~ Move's Type    : Normal
~~ Targeting Notes: Hits an adjacent enemy

Ability Data:
~~ Ability 1: Mountaineer
~~ Ability 2: Limber
~~ Ability 3: High-Rise

Where/How to Find Pokémon:
~~ Aurora
~~ Evolve from Meowth

Potential Evolutions:
~~ N/A

Perfect Link Warriors:
~~ Tsunehisa

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Spheal

Pokémon Type:
~~ Type 1: Ice
~~ Type 2: Water

Stat Ratings:
~~ Attack : 1/5
~~ Speed  : 1/5
~~ Range  : 3
~~ Defense: 2/5
~~ HP     : 3/5

Move Data:
~~ Move's Name    : Powder Snow
~~ Move's Type    : Ice
~~ Targeting Notes: Hits two tiles in the user's facing; may freeze

Ability Data:
~~ Ability 1: Deep Sleep
~~ Ability 2: Skater
~~ Ability 3: Thick Fat

Where/How to Find Pokémon:
~~ Dragnor
~~ Fontaine
~~ Nixtorm
~~ Valora

Potential Evolutions:
~~ Sealeo: When max HP is 138

Perfect Link Warriors:
~~ Mishitada
~~ Mitsuhada
~~ Yukimasa

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Sealeo

Pokémon Type:
~~ Type 1: Ice
~~ Type 2: Water

Stat Ratings:
~~ Attack : 2/5
~~ Speed  : 2/5
~~ Range  : 3
~~ Defense: 3/5
~~ HP     : 4/5

Move Data:
~~ Move's Name    : Ice Ball
~~ Move's Type    : Ice
~~ Targeting Notes: Hits an enemy two tiles away and moves the user forward one
                    tile

Ability Data:
~~ Ability 1: Deep Sleep
~~ Ability 2: Skater
~~ Ability 3: Thick Fat

Where/How to Find Pokémon:
~~ Nixtorm
~~ Evolve from Spheal

Potential Evolutions:
~~ Walrein: When max HP is at 195

Perfect Link Warriors:
~~ Mishitada
~~ Mitsuhada
~~ Yukimasa

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Walrein

Pokémon Type:
~~ Type 1: Ice
~~ Type 2: Water

Stat Ratings:
~~ Attack : 3/5
~~ Speed  : 3/5
~~ Range  : 2
~~ Defense: 4/5
~~ HP     : 5/5

Move Data:
~~ Move's Name    : Blizzard
~~ Move's Type    : Ice
~~ Targeting Notes: Hits a tile two and three tiles away, and one left and
                    right of both of them; may freeze

Ability Data:
~~ Ability 1: Tenacity
~~ Ability 2: Skater
~~ Ability 3: Thick Fat

Where/How to Find Pokémon:
~~ Evolve from Sealeo

Potential Evolutions:
~~ N/A

Perfect Link Warriors:
~~ Mishitada
~~ Mitsuhada
~~ Yukimasa

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Gothita

Pokémon Type:
~~ Type 1: Psychic
~~ Type 2: N/A

Stat Ratings:
~~ Attack : 1/5
~~ Speed  : 2/5
~~ Range  : 3
~~ Defense: 2/5
~~ HP     : 2/5

Move Data:
~~ Move's Name    : Confusion
~~ Move's Type    : Psychic
~~ Targeting Notes: Hits a tile three tiles away; may confuse

Ability Data:
~~ Ability 1: Instinct
~~ Ability 2: Perception
~~ Ability 3: Dodge

Where/How to Find Pokémon:
~~ Illusio

Potential Evolutions:
~~ Gothorita: When Defense is 70

Perfect Link Warriors:
~~ Ise
~~ Tadaoki

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Gothorita

Pokémon Type:
~~ Type 1: Psychic
~~ Type 2: N/A

Stat Ratings:
~~ Attack : 2/5
~~ Speed  : 2/5
~~ Range  : 3
~~ Defense: 3/5
~~ HP     : 2/5

Move Data:
~~ Move's Name    : Psybeam
~~ Move's Type    : Psychic
~~ Targeting Notes: Hits three tiles in the user's facing

Ability Data:
~~ Ability 1: Instinct
~~ Ability 2: Perception
~~ Ability 3: Calming

Where/How to Find Pokémon:
~~ Illusio
~~ Evolve from Gothorita

Potential Evolutions:
~~ Gothitelle: When Defense is 106

Perfect Link Warriors:
~~ Gracia
~~ Ise
~~ Tadaoki

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Gothitelle

Pokémon Type:
~~ Type 1: Psychic
~~ Type 2: N/A   

Stat Ratings:
~~ Attack : 3/5
~~ Speed  : 3/5
~~ Range  : 3
~~ Defense: 4/5
~~ HP     : 3/5

Move Data:
~~ Move's Name    : Future Sight
~~ Move's Type    : Psychic
~~ Targeting Notes: Hits tiles two and three tiles away and one left and right
                    from both of them

Ability Data:
~~ Ability 1: Instinct
~~ Ability 2: Perception
~~ Ability 3: Calming

Where/How to Find Pokémon:
~~ Evolve from Gothorita

Potential Evolutions:
~~ N/A

Perfect Link Warriors:
~~ Gracia
~~ Ise
~~ Tadaoki

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Sandile

Pokémon Type:
~~ Type 1: Ground
~~ Type 2: Dark

Stat Ratings:
~~ Attack : 2/5
~~ Speed  : 3/5
~~ Range  : 3
~~ Defense: 1/5
~~ HP     : 2/5

Move Data:
~~ Move's Name    : Mud-Slap
~~ Move's Type    : Ground
~~ Targeting Notes: Hits two tiles in the facing of the user

Ability Data:
~~ Ability 1: Intimidate
~~ Ability 2: Moxie
~~ Ability 3: Celebrate

Where/How to Find Pokémon:
~~ Cragspur
~~ Terrera
~~ Yaksha

Potential Evolutions:
~~ Krokorok: When Attack is 80

Perfect Link Warriors:
~~ Isuke
~~ Yukitaka

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Krokorok

Pokémon Type:
~~ Type 1: Ground
~~ Type 2: Dark

Stat Ratings:
~~ Attack : 2/5
~~ Speed  : 3/5
~~ Range  : 3
~~ Defense: 1/5
~~ HP     : 2/5

Move Data:
~~ Move's Name    : Bite
~~ Move's Type    : Dark
~~ Targeting Notes: Hits an adjacent enemy

Ability Data:
~~ Ability 1: Intimidate
~~ Ability 2: Moxie
~~ Ability 3: Celebrate

Where/How to Find Pokémon:
~~ Terrera
~~ Yaksha
~~ Evolve from Sandile

Potential Evolutions:
~~ Krookodile: When Attack is 110

Perfect Link Warriors:
~~ Isuke
~~ Yukitaka

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Krookodile

Pokémon Type:
~~ Type 1: Ground
~~ Type 2: Dark

Stat Ratings:
~~ Attack : 4/5
~~ Speed  : 4/5
~~ Range  : 3
~~ Defense: 3/5
~~ HP     : 4/5

Move Data:
~~ Move's Name    : Crunch
~~ Move's Type    : Dark
~~ Targeting Notes: Hits an adjacent enemy

Ability Data:
~~ Ability 1: Intimidate
~~ Ability 2: Moxie
~~ Ability 3: Celebrate

Where/How to Find Pokémon:
~~ Evolve from Krokorok

Potential Evolutions:
~~ N/A

Perfect Link Warriors:
~~ Isuke
~~ Yukitaka

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Duskull

Pokémon Type:
~~ Type 1: Ghost
~~ Type 2: N/A

Stat Ratings:
~~ Attack : 1/5
~~ Speed  : 1/5
~~ Range  : 3
~~ Defense: 4/5
~~ HP     : 1/5

Move Data:
~~ Move's Name    : Astonish
~~ Move's Type    : Ghost
~~ Targeting Notes: Hits an adjacent enemy and pushes them back a tile

Ability Data:
~~ Ability 1: Levitate
~~ Ability 2: N/A
~~ Ability 3: N/A

Where/How to Find Pokémon:
~~ Dragnor
~~ Spectra
~~ Valora

Potential Evolutions:
~~ Dusclops: When Defense is 104

Perfect Link Warriors:
~~ Ittetsu
~~ Motonari

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Dusclops

Pokémon Type:
~~ Type 1: Ghost
~~ Type 2: N/A

Stat Ratings:
~~ Attack : 2/5
~~ Speed  : 1/5
~~ Range  : 3
~~ Defense: 5/5
~~ HP     : 1/5

Move Data:
~~ Move's Name    : Shadow Sneak
~~ Move's Type    : Ghost
~~ Targeting Notes: Hits an adjacent enemy

Ability Data:
~~ Ability 1: Frighten
~~ Ability 2: Interference
~~ Ability 3: Black Hole

Where/How to Find Pokémon:
~~ Spectra
~~ Evolve from Duskull

Potential Evolutions:
~~ Dusknoir: Equip Reaper Cloth and beat a Warrior

Perfect Link Warriors:
~~ Ittetsu
~~ Motonari

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Dusknoir

Pokémon Type:
~~ Type 1: Ghost
~~ Type 2: N/A

Stat Ratings:
~~ Attack : 3/5
~~ Speed  : 2/5
~~ Range  : 3
~~ Defense: 5/5
~~ HP     : 2/5

Move Data:
~~ Move's Name    : Shadow Ball
~~ Move's Type    : Ghost
~~ Targeting Notes: Hits a tile two tiles away

Ability Data:
~~ Ability 1: Frighten
~~ Ability 2: Interference
~~ Ability 3: Black Hole

Where/How to Find Pokémon:
~~ Evolve from Dusclops

Potential Evolutions:
~~ N/A

Perfect Link Warriors:
~~ Ittetsu
~~ Motonari

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Munna

Pokémon Type:
~~ Type 1: Psychic
~~ Type 2: N/A

Stat Ratings:
~~ Attack : 2/5
~~ Speed  : 1/5
~~ Range  : 3
~~ Defense: 2/5
~~ HP     : 3/5

Move Data:
~~ Move's Name    : Hypnosis
~~ Move's Type    : Psychic
~~ Targeting Notes: Makes enemies two tiles in the user's facing go to sleep

Ability Data:
~~ Ability 1: Deep Sleep
~~ Ability 2: Perception
~~ Ability 3: Instinct

Where/How to Find Pokémon:
~~ Illusio

Potential Evolutions:
~~ Musharna: Equip with a Moon Stone

Perfect Link Warriors:
~~ Hana
~~ Sadamitsu
~~ Tsuru

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Musharna

Pokémon Type:
~~ Type 1: Psychic
~~ Type 2: N/A

Stat Ratings:
~~ Attack : 3/5
~~ Speed  : 1/5
~~ Range  : 3
~~ Defense: 4/5
~~ HP     : 5/5

Move Data:
~~ Move's Name    : Dream Eater
~~ Move's Type    : Psychic
~~ Targeting Notes: Drains HP from an adjacent enemy if they're asleep

Ability Data:
~~ Ability 1: Calming
~~ Ability 2: Sleepy Aura
~~ Ability 3: N/A

Where/How to Find Pokémon:
~~ Evolve from Munna

Potential Evolutions:
~~ N/A

Perfect Link Warriors:
~~ Hana
~~ Sadamitsu
~~ Tsuru

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Blitzle

Pokémon Type:
~~ Type 1: Electric
~~ Type 2: N/A

Stat Ratings:
~~ Attack : 2/5
~~ Speed  : 3/5
~~ Range  : 4
~~ Defense: 1/5
~~ HP     : 2/5

Move Data:
~~ Move's Name    : Spark
~~ Move's Type    : Electric
~~ Targeting Notes: Hits an adjacent enemy; may paralyze

Ability Data:
~~ Ability 1: Lightningrod
~~ Ability 2: Motor Drive
~~ Ability 3: Run Up

Where/How to Find Pokémon:
~~ Violight

Potential Evolutions:
~~ Zekstrika: When Speed is 81

Perfect Link Warriors:
~~ Kiyo
~~ Tadasumi

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Zekstrika

Pokémon Type:
~~ Type 1: Electric
~~ Type 2: N/A

Stat Ratings:
~~ Attack : 2/5
~~ Speed  : 5/5
~~ Range  : 3
~~ Defense: 2/5
~~ HP     : 3/5

Move Data:
~~ Move's Name    : Discharge
~~ Move's Type    : Electric
~~ Targeting Notes: Hits all surrounding tiles; may paralyze

Ability Data:
~~ Ability 1: Lightningrod
~~ Ability 2: Motor Drive
~~ Ability 3: Run Up

Where/How to Find Pokémon:
~~ Violight
~~ Evolve from Blitzle

Potential Evolutions:
~~ N/A

Perfect Link Warriors:
~~ Kiyo
~~ Tadasumi

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Dratini

Pokémon Type:
~~ Type 1: Dragon
~~ Type 2: N/A

Stat Ratings:
~~ Attack : 1/5
~~ Speed  : 2/5
~~ Range  : 3
~~ Defense: 1/5
~~ HP     : 2/5

Move Data:
~~ Move's Name    : Dragon Rage
~~ Move's Type    : Dragon
~~ Targeting Notes: Hits two tiles in the user's facing; deals 40 damage only

Ability Data:
~~ Ability 1: Shed Skin
~~ Ability 2: Instinct
~~ Ability 3: Mood Maker

Where/How to Find Pokémon:
~~ Dragnor
~~ Nixtorm

Potential Evolutions:
~~ Dragonair: When Attack is 60

Perfect Link Warriors:
~~ Kagetsuna
~~ Kitsuno
~~ Nagahide
~~ Yasumasa

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Dragonair

Pokémon Type:
~~ Type 1: Dragon
~~ Type 2: N/A

Stat Ratings:
~~ Attack : 3/5
~~ Speed  : 3/5
~~ Range  : 3
~~ Defense: 2/5
~~ HP     : 3/5

Move Data:
~~ Move's Name    : Dragon Tail
~~ Move's Type    : Dragon
~~ Targeting Notes: Hits the three tiles in front of the user

Ability Data:
~~ Ability 1: Shed Skin
~~ Ability 2: Instinct
~~ Ability 3: Mountaineer

Where/How to Find Pokémon:
~~ Dragnor
~~ Nixtorm

Potential Evolutions:
~~ Dragonite: When Attack is 132

Perfect Link Warriors:
~~ Kangetsuna
~~ Kitsuno
~~ Nagahide
~~ Yasumasa

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Dragonite

Pokémon Type:
~~ Type 1: Dragon
~~ Type 2: Flying

Stat Ratings:
~~ Attack : 5/5
~~ Speed  : 3/5
~~ Range  : 2
~~ Defense: 4/5
~~ HP     : 4/5

Move Data:
~~ Move's Name    : Dragon Rush
~~ Move's Type    : Dragon
~~ Targeting Notes: The user moves two tiles forward and hits all
                    non-diagonally-adjacent tiles from that new location

Ability Data:
~~ Ability 1: Confidence
~~ Ability 2: Inner Focus
~~ Ability 3: Last Bastion

Where/How to Find Pokémon:
~~ Dragnor
~~ Evolve from Dragonair

Potential Evolutions:
~~ N/A

Perfect Link Warriors:
~~ Kagetsuna
~~ Kitsuno
~~ Nagahide
~~ Yasumasa

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Larvitar

Pokémon Type:
~~ Type 1: Rock
~~ Type 2: Ground

Stat Ratings:
~~ Attack : 2/5
~~ Speed  : 2/5
~~ Range  : 3
~~ Defense: 2/5
~~ HP     : 2/5

Move Data:
~~ Move's Name    : Rock Tomb
~~ Move's Type    : Rock
~~ Targeting Notes: Hits an enemy two tiles away; may lower Speed and Range

Ability Data:
~~ Ability 1: Sand Pit
~~ Ability 2: Guts
~~ Ability 3: Stealth

Where/How to Find Pokémon:
~~ Cragspur
~~ Terrera

Potential Evolutions:
~~ Pupitar: When Attack is 74

Perfect Link Warriors:
~~ Kageie
~~ Katsuyori
~~ Soun

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Pupitar

Pokémon Type:
~~ Type 1: Rock
~~ Type 2: Ground

Stat Ratings:
~~ Attack : 3/5
~~ Speed  : 2/5
~~ Range  : 3
~~ Defense: 3/5
~~ HP     : 3/5

Move Data:
~~ Move's Name    : Rock Slide
~~ Move's Type    : Rock
~~ Targeting Notes: Hits three tiles in the user's facing

Ability Data:
~~ Ability 1: Shed Skin
~~ Ability 2: Jagged Edge
~~ Ability 3: Shield

Where/How to Find Pokémon:
~~ Cragspur
~~ Terrera
~~ Evolve from Larvitar

Potential Evolutions:
~~ Tyranitar: When Attack is 132

Perfect Link Warriors:
~~ Kageie
~~ Katsuyori
~~ Soun

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Tyranitar

Pokémon Type:
~~ Type 1: Rock
~~ Type 2: Dark

Stat Ratings:
~~ Attack : 5/5
~~ Speed  : 3/5
~~ Range  : 2
~~ Defense: 4/5
~~ HP     : 4/5

Move Data:
~~ Move's Name    : Stone Edge
~~ Move's Type    : Rock
~~ Targeting Notes: Hits a tile two tiles away, and all non-diagonally-adjacent
                    tiles from there

Ability Data:
~~ Ability 1: Frighten
~~ Ability 2: Tenacity
~~ Ability 3: Last Bastion

Where/How to Find Pokémon:
~~ Evolve from Pupitar

Potential Evolutions:
~~ N/A

Perfect Link Warriors:
~~ Kageie
~~ Katsuyori
~~ Soun

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Beldum

Pokémon Type:
~~ Type 1: Steel
~~ Type 2: Psychic

Stat Ratings:
~~ Attack : 1/5
~~ Speed  : 1/5
~~ Range  : 3
~~ Defense: 3/5
~~ HP     : 1/5

Move Data:
~~ Move's Name    : Iron Head
~~ Move's Type    : Steel
~~ Targeting Notes: Hits an adjacent enemy and pushes them back one tile

Ability Data:
~~ Ability 1: Clear Body
~~ Ability 2: Bodyguard
~~ Ability 3: Run Up

Where/How to Find Pokémon:
~~ Illusio
~~ Valora

Potential Evolutions:
~~ Metang: When Defense is 64

Perfect Link Warriors:
~~ Nobutsuna
~~ Yoshiteru

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Metang

Pokémon Type:
~~ Type 1: Steel
~~ Type 2: Psychic

Stat Ratings:
~~ Attack : 2/5
~~ Speed  : 2/5
~~ Range  : 3
~~ Defense: 4/5
~~ HP     : 2/5

Move Data:
~~ Move's Name    : Bullet Punch
~~ Move's Type    : Steel
~~ Targeting Notes: Hits an adjacent enemy several times

Ability Data:
~~ Ability 1: Clear Body
~~ Ability 2: Bodyguard
~~ Ability 3: Shield

Where/How to Find Pokémon:
~~ Evolve from Beldum

Potential Evolutions:
~~ Metagross: When Defense is 111

Perfect Link Warriors:
~~ Nobutsuna
~~ Yoshiteru

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Metagross

Pokémon Type:
~~ Type 1: Steel
~~ Type 2: Psychic

Stat Ratings:
~~ Attack : 5/5
~~ Speed  : 3/5
~~ Range  : 3
~~ Defense: 5/5
~~ HP     : 3/5

Move Data:
~~ Move's Name    : Meteor Mash
~~ Move's Type    : Steel
~~ Targeting Notes: Hits an adjacent enemy

Ability Data:
~~ Ability 1: Clear Body
~~ Ability 2: Bodyguard
~~ Ability 3: Thrust

Where/How to Find Pokémon:
~~ Evolve from Metang

Potential Evolutions:
~~ N/A

Perfect Link Warriors:
~~ Nobutsuna
~~ Tadakatsu
~~ Yoshiteru

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Gible

Pokémon Type:
~~ Type 1: Dragon
~~ Type 2: Ground

Stat Ratings:
~~ Attack : 1/5
~~ Speed  : 2/5
~~ Range  : 3
~~ Defense: 1/5
~~ HP     : 1/5

Move Data:
~~ Move's Name    : Dragon Rage
~~ Move's Type    : Dragon
~~ Targeting Notes: Hits two tiles in the user's facing; does 40 damage only

Ability Data:
~~ Ability 1: Sandpit
~~ Ability 2: Instinct
~~ Ability 3: Melee

Where/How to Find Pokémon:
~~ Dragnor

Potential Evolutions:
~~ Gabite: When Attack is 44

Perfect Link Warriors:
~~ Harutaka
~~ Masahide
~~ Narimasa

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Gabite

Pokémon Type:
~~ Type 1: Dragon
~~ Type 2: Ground

Stat Ratings:
~~ Attack : 3/5
~~ Speed  : 3/5
~~ Range  : 3
~~ Defense: 2/5
~~ HP     : 3/5

Move Data:
~~ Move's Name    : Dragon Claw
~~ Move's Type    : Dragon
~~ Targeting Notes: Hits an adjacent enemy

Ability Data:
~~ Ability 1: Sandpit
~~ Ability 2: Parry
~~ Ability 3: Celebrate

Where/How to Find Pokémon:
~~ Evolve from Gible

Potential Evolutions:
~~ Garchomp: When Attack is 146

Perfect Link Warriors:
~~ Harutaka
~~ Masahide
~~ Narimasa

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Garchomp

Pokémon Type:
~~ Type 1: Dragon
~~ Type 2: Ground 

Stat Ratings:
~~ Attack : 4/5
~~ Speed  : 4/5
~~ Range  : 3
~~ Defense: 4/5
~~ HP     : 5/5

Move Data:
~~ Move's Name    : Dragon Rush
~~ Move's Type    : Dragon
~~ Targeting Notes: User moves two tiles forward and hits all
                    non-diagonally-adjacent tiles from that new spot

Ability Data:
~~ Ability 1: Stealth
~~ Ability 2: Parry
~~ Ability 3: Tenacity

Where/How to Find Pokémon:
~~ Evolve from Gabite

Potential Evolutions:
~~ N/A

Perfect Link Warriors:
~~ Harutaka
~~ Masahide
~~ Narimasa

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Croagunk

Pokémon Type:
~~ Type 1: Poison
~~ Type 2: Fighting

Stat Ratings:
~~ Attack : 2/5
~~ Speed  : 2/5
~~ Range  : 3
~~ Defense: 1/5
~~ HP     : 2/5

Move Data:
~~ Move's Name    : Poison Jab
~~ Move's Type    : Poison
~~ Targeting Notes: Hits an adjacent enemy; may poison

Ability Data:
~~ Ability 1: Dodge
~~ Ability 2: Melee
~~ Ability 3: Disgust

Where/How to Find Pokémon:
~~ Viperia

Potential Evolutions:
~~ Toxicroak: When Attack is 81

Perfect Link Warriors:
~~ Kanemori
~~ Morikiyo
~~ Tadamoto

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Toxicroak

Pokémon Type:
~~ Type 1: Poison
~~ Type 2: Fighting

Stat Ratings:
~~ Attack : 3/5
~~ Speed  : 3/5
~~ Range  : 3
~~ Defense: 2/5
~~ HP     : 4/5

Move Data:
~~ Move's Name    : Sludge Bomb
~~ Move's Type    : Poison
~~ Targeting Notes: Hits a tile two tiles away and all diagonally-adjacent
                    tiles from there; may poison

Ability Data:
~~ Ability 1: Melee
~~ Ability 2: Dodge
~~ Ability 3: Hero

Where/How to Find Pokémon:
~~ Evolve from Croagunk

Potential Evolutions:
~~ N/A

Perfect Link Warriors:
~~ Kanemori
~~ Morikiyo
~~ Tadamoto

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Deino

Pokémon Type:
~~ Type 1: Dark
~~ Type 2: Dragon

Stat Ratings:
~~ Attack : 1/5
~~ Speed  : 2/5
~~ Range  : 3
~~ Defense: 2/5
~~ HP     : 2/5

Move Data:
~~ Move's Name    : Dragon Rage
~~ Move's Type    : Dragon
~~ Targeting Notes: Hits two tiles in the user's facing; deals 40 damage only

Ability Data:
~~ Ability 1: Hero
~~ Ability 2: Pride
~~ Ability 3: Melee

Where/How to Find Pokémon:
~~ Dragnor
~~ Yaksha

Potential Evolutions:
~~ Zweilous: When Attack is 72

Perfect Link Warriors:
~~ Gotoku
~~ Hisahide
~~ Naoie

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Zweilous

Pokémon Type:
~~ Type 1: Dark
~~ Type 2: Dragon

Stat Ratings:
~~ Attack : 3/5
~~ Speed  : 2/5
~~ Range  : 3
~~ Defense: 3/5
~~ HP     : 3/5

Move Data:
~~ Move's Name    : Crunch
~~ Move's Type    : Dark
~~ Targeting Notes: Hits an adjacent tile

Ability Data:
~~ Ability 1: Hero
~~ Ability 2: Pride
~~ Ability 3: Celebrate

Where/How to Find Pokémon:
~~ Dragnor
~~ Yaksha
~~ Evolve from Deino

Potential Evolutions:
~~ Hydreigon: When Attack is 143

Perfect Link Warriors:
~~ Gotoku
~~ Hisahide
~~ Naoie

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Hydreigon

Pokémon Type:
~~ Type 1: Dark
~~ Type 2: Dragon

Stat Ratings:
~~ Attack : 4/5
~~ Speed  : 4/5
~~ Range  : 3
~~ Defense: 4/5
~~ HP     : 4/5

Move Data:
~~ Move's Name    : Dragon Pulse
~~ Move's Type    : Dragon
~~ Targeting Notes: Hits three tiles in the user's facing

Ability Data:
~~ Ability 1: Levitate
~~ Ability 2: N/A
~~ Ability 3: N/A

Where/How to Find Pokémon:
~~ Evolve from Zweilous

Potential Evolutions:
~~ N/A

Perfect Link Warriors:
~~ Gotoku
~~ Hisahide
~~ Naoie
~~ Nobunaga

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Snorunt

Pokémon Type:
~~ Type 1: Ice
~~ Type 2: N/A

Stat Ratings:
~~ Attack : 1/5
~~ Speed  : 2/5
~~ Range  : 3
~~ Defense: 2/5
~~ HP     : 2/5

Move Data:
~~ Move's Name    : Powder Snow
~~ Move's Type    : Ice
~~ Targeting Notes: Hits two tiles in the user's facing; may freeze

Ability Data:
~~ Ability 1: Inner Focus
~~ Ability 2: Skater
~~ Ability 3: Stealth

Where/How to Find Pokémon:
~~ Nixtorm

Potential Evolutions:
~~ Glalie: When HP is 128
~~ Froslass: Equip with a Dawn Stone

Perfect Link Warriors:
~~ Aya
~~ Hiroko
~~ Tsunamoto

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Glalie

Pokémon Type:
~~ Type 1: Ice
~~ Type 2: N/A

Stat Ratings:
~~ Attack : 2/5
~~ Speed  : 3/5
~~ Range  : 3
~~ Defense: 3/5
~~ HP     : 3/5

Move Data:
~~ Move's Name    : Ice Beam
~~ Move's Type    : Ice
~~ Targeting Notes: Hits three tiles in the user's facing; may freeze

Ability Data:
~~ Ability 1: Inner Focus
~~ Ability 2: Frighten
~~ Ability 3: Frostbite

Where/How to Find Pokémon:
~~ Nixtorm
~~ Evolve from Snorunt

Potential Evolutions:
~~ N/A

Perfect Link Warriors:
~~ Tsunamoto

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Froslass

Pokémon Type:
~~ Type 1: Ice
~~ Type 2: Ghost

Stat Ratings:
~~ Attack : 2/5
~~ Speed  : 4/5
~~ Range  : 3
~~ Defense: 3/5
~~ HP     : 3/5

Move Data:
~~ Move's Name    : Icy Wind
~~ Move's Type    : Ice
~~ Targeting Notes: Hits the three tiles in the front of the user; may freeze

Ability Data:
~~ Ability 1: Mountaineer
~~ Ability 2: Dodge
~~ Ability 3: Frostbite

Where/How to Find Pokémon:
~~ Evolve from Snorunt

Potential Evolutions:
~~ N/A

Perfect Link Warriors:
~~ Aya
~~ Hiroko

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Minccino

Pokémon Type:
~~ Type 1: Normal
~~ Type 2: N/A

Stat Ratings:
~~ Attack : 1/5
~~ Speed  : 3/5
~~ Range  : 3
~~ Defense: 1/5
~~ HP     : 2/5

Move Data:
~~ Move's Name    : Doubleslap
~~ Move's Type    : Normal
~~ Targeting Notes: Hits an adjacent enemy multiple times

Ability Data:
~~ Ability 1: Mood Maker
~~ Ability 2: Perception
~~ Ability 3: Confidence

Where/How to Find Pokémon:
~~ Aurora
~~ Dragnor
~~ Terrera
~~ Yaksha

Potential Evolutions:
~~ Cinccino: Equip with a Shiny Stone

Perfect Link Warriors:
~~ Chacha

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Cinccino

Pokémon Type:
~~ Type 1: Normal
~~ Type 2: N/A

Stat Ratings:
~~ Attack : 3/5
~~ Speed  : 5/5
~~ Range  : 3
~~ Defense: 2/5
~~ HP     : 3/5

Move Data:
~~ Move's Name    : Tail Slap
~~ Move's Type    : Normal
~~ Targeting Notes: Hits the three tiles in front of the user

Ability Data:
~~ Ability 1: Perception
~~ Ability 2: Dodge
~~ Ability 3: Confidence

Where/How to Find Pokémon:
~~ Aurora
~~ Evolve from Minccino

Potential Evolutions:
~~ N/A

Perfect Link Warriors:
~~ Chacha

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Machop

Pokémon Type:
~~ Type 1: Fighting
~~ Type 2: N/A

Stat Ratings:
~~ Attack : 2/5
~~ Speed  : 1/5
~~ Range  : 3
~~ Defense: 1/5
~~ HP     : 3/5

Move Data:
~~ Move's Name    : Karate Chop
~~ Move's Type    : Fighting
~~ Targeting Notes: Hits an adjacent enemy

Ability Data:
~~ Ability 1: Guts
~~ Ability 2: Thrust
~~ Ability 3: Bodyguard

Where/How to Find Pokémon:
~~ Pugilis

Potential Evolutions:
~~ Machoke: When Attack is 86

Perfect Link Warriors:
~~ Isa
~~ Masatoshi
~~ Tadatsune

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Machoke

Pokémon Type:
~~ Type 1: Fighting
~~ Type 2: N/A

Stat Ratings:
~~ Attack : 3/5
~~ Speed  : 2/5
~~ Range  : 3
~~ Defense: 2/5
~~ HP     : 3/5

Move Data:
~~ Move's Name    : Wake-Up Slap
~~ Move's Type    : Fighting
~~ Targeting Notes: Hits an adjacent enemy; hurts sleeping targets even more

Ability Data:
~~ Ability 1: Guts
~~ Ability 2: Thrust
~~ Ability 3: Bodyguard

Where/How to Find Pokémon:
~~ Pugilis
~~ Evolve from Machop

Potential Evolutions:
~~ Machamp: Get a Link of 60+% and beat a Warrior

Perfect Link Warriors:
~~ Isa
~~ Masatoshi
~~ Tadatsune

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Machamp

Pokémon Type:
~~ Type 1: Fighting
~~ Type 2: N/A

Stat Ratings:
~~ Attack : 4/5
~~ Speed  : 2/5
~~ Range  : 3
~~ Defense: 3/5
~~ HP     : 4/5

Move Data:
~~ Move's Name    : Cross Chop
~~ Move's Type    : Fighting
~~ Targeting Notes: Hits an adjacent tile and all diagonally-adjacent tiles
                    from there

Ability Data:
~~ Ability 1: Guts
~~ Ability 2: Thrust
~~ Ability 3: Conqueror

Where/How to Find Pokémon:
~~ Pugilis
~~ Evolve from Machoke

Potential Evolutions:
~~ N/A

Perfect Link Warriors:
~~ Isa
~~ Masatoshi
~~ Tadatsune

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Timburr

Pokémon Type:
~~ Type 1: Fighting
~~ Type 2: N/A

Stat Ratings:
~~ Attack : 2/5
~~ Speed  : 1/5
~~ Range  : 3
~~ Defense: 1/5
~~ HP     : 3/5

Move Data:
~~ Move's Name    : Low Kick
~~ Move's Type    : Fighting
~~ Targeting Notes: Hits an adjacent enemy

Ability Data:
~~ Ability 1: Thrust
~~ Ability 2: Guts
~~ Ability 3: Spirit

Where/How to Find Pokémon:
~~ Pugilis

Potential Evolutions:
~~ Gurdurr: When Attack is 81

Perfect Link Warriors:
~~ Koroku
~~ Seikai
~~ Takahisa
~~ Tokitaka

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Gurdurr

Pokémon Type:
~~ Type 1: Fighting
~~ Type 2: N/A

Stat Ratings:
~~ Attack : 3/5
~~ Speed  : 2/5
~~ Range  : 3
~~ Defense: 2/5
~~ HP     : 4/5

Move Data:
~~ Move's Name    : Wake-Up Slap
~~ Move's Type    : Fighting
~~ Targeting Notes: Hits an adjacent enemy; hurts sleeping Pokémon more

Ability Data:
~~ Ability 1: Thrust
~~ Ability 2: Guts
~~ Ability 3: Spirit

Where/How to Find Pokémon:
~~ Pugilis
~~ Evolve from Timburr

Potential Evolutions:
~~ Conkeldurr: Get a 60+% Link and beat a Warrior

Perfect Link Warriors:
~~ Koroku
~~ Seikai
~~ Takahisa
~~ Tokitaka
~~ Yoshihiro

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Conkeldurr

Pokémon Type:
~~ Type 1: Fighting
~~ Type 2: N/A

Stat Ratings:
~~ Attack : 5/5
~~ Speed  : 2/5
~~ Range  : 3
~~ Defense: 3/5
~~ HP     : 4/5

Move Data:
~~ Move's Name    : Superpower
~~ Move's Type    : Fighting
~~ Targeting Notes: Hits an adjacent enemy and pushes them back TWO tiles

Ability Data:
~~ Ability 1: Thrust
~~ Ability 2: Guts
~~ Ability 3: Spirit

Where/How to Find Pokémon:
~~ Evolve from Gurdurr

Potential Evolutions:
~~ N/A

Perfect Link Warriors:
~~ Koroku
~~ Seikai
~~ Takahisa
~~ Tokitaka
~~ Yoshihiro

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Cubchoo

Pokémon Type:
~~ Type 1: Ice
~~ Type 2: N/A

Stat Ratings:
~~ Attack : 2/5
~~ Speed  : 2/5
~~ Range  : 3
~~ Defense: 1/5
~~ HP     : 2/5

Move Data:
~~ Move's Name    : Powder Snow
~~ Move's Type    : Ice
~~ Targeting Notes: Hits two tiles in the user's facing

Ability Data:
~~ Ability 1: Stealth
~~ Ability 2: Skater
~~ Ability 3: Mood Maker

Where/How to Find Pokémon:
~~ Nixtorm

Potential Evolutions:
~~ Beartic: (conditions unknown)

Perfect Link Warriors:
~~ Shigemoto
~~ Yoshikiyo

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Beartic

Pokémon Type:
~~ Type 1: Ice
~~ Type 2: N/A

Stat Ratings:
~~ Attack : 4/5
~~ Speed  : 2/5
~~ Range  : 2
~~ Defense: 3/5
~~ HP     : 4/5

Move Data:
~~ Move's Name    : Icicle Crash
~~ Move's Type    : Ice
~~ Targeting Notes: Hits a tile two tiles away

Ability Data:
~~ Ability 1: Stealth
~~ Ability 2: Tenacity
~~ Ability 3: Frighten

Where/How to Find Pokémon:
~~ Nixtorm
~~ Evolve from Cubchoo

Potential Evolutions:
~~ N/A

Perfect Link Warriors:
~~ Shigemoto
~~ Yoshikiyo

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Oshawott

Pokémon Type:
~~ Type 1: Water
~~ Type 2: N/A

Stat Ratings:
~~ Attack : 2/5
~~ Speed  : 2/5
~~ Range  : 3
~~ Defense: 1/5
~~ HP     : 2/5

Move Data:
~~ Move's Name    : Water Gun
~~ Move's Type    : Water
~~ Targeting Notes: Hits two tiles in the user's facing

Ability Data:
~~ Ability 1: Torrent
~~ Ability 2: Wave Rider
~~ Ability 3: Parry

Where/How to Find Pokémon:
~~ Fontaine

Potential Evolutions:
~~ Dewott: When Attack is 54

Perfect Link Warriors:
~~ Chikayasu
~~ Morichika

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Dewott

Pokémon Type:
~~ Type 1: Water
~~ Type 2: N/A

Stat Ratings:
~~ Attack : 3/5
~~ Speed  : 2/5
~~ Range  : 3
~~ Defense: 2/5
~~ HP     : 3/5

Move Data:
~~ Move's Name    : Water Pulse
~~ Move's Type    : Water
~~ Targeting Notes: Hits two tiles in the user's facing

Ability Data:
~~ Ability 1: Torrent
~~ Ability 2: Wave Rider
~~ Ability 3: Parry

Where/How to Find Pokémon:
~~ Evolve from Oshawott

Potential Evolutions:
~~ Samurott: ??? (conditions unknown)

Perfect Link Warriors:
~~ Chikayasu
~~ Morichika
~~ Motochika

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Samurott

Pokémon Type:
~~ Type 1: Water
~~ Type 2: N/A

Stat Ratings:
~~ Attack : 3/5
~~ Speed  : 3/5
~~ Range  : 3
~~ Defense: 3/5
~~ HP     : 4/5

Move Data:
~~ Move's Name    : Aqua Tail
~~ Move's Type    : Water
~~ Targeting Notes: Hits the three tiles in front of the user and pushes all
                    hit targets back one tile

Ability Data:
~~ Ability 1: Torrent
~~ Ability 2: Wave Rider
~~ Ability 3: Conqueror

Where/How to Find Pokémon:
~~ Evolve Dewott

Potential Evolutions:
~~ N/A

Perfect Link Warriors:
~~ Chikayasu
~~ Morichika
~~ Motochika

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Charmander

Pokémon Type:
~~ Type 1: Fire
~~ Type 2: N/A

Stat Ratings:
~~ Attack : 2/5
~~ Speed  : 4/5
~~ Range  : 4
~~ Defense: 3/5
~~ HP     : 1/5

Move Data:
~~ Move's Name    : Ember
~~ Move's Type    : Fire
~~ Targeting Notes: Hits a tile two tiles away; may burn

Ability Data:
~~ Ability 1: Blaze
~~ Ability 2: Warm Blanket
~~ Ability 3: Hero

Where/How to Find Pokémon:
~~ Ignis

Potential Evolutions:
~~ Charmeleon: When Attack is 50

Perfect Link Warriors:
~~ Masakage

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Charmeleon

Pokémon Type:
~~ Type 1: Fire
~~ Type 2: N/A

Stat Ratings:
~~ Attack : 2/5
~~ Speed  : 3/5
~~ Range  : 3
~~ Defense: 2/5
~~ HP     : 2/5

Move Data:
~~ Move's Name    : Fire Fang
~~ Move's Type    : Fire
~~ Targeting Notes: Hits an adjacent tile; may burn

Ability Data:
~~ Ability 1: Blaze
~~ Ability 2: Warm Blanket
~~ Ability 3: Hero

Where/How to Find Pokémon:
~~ Ignis
~~ Evolve from Charmander

Potential Evolutions:
~~ Charizard: When Attack is 83

Perfect Link Warriors:
~~ Masakage
~~ Yukimura

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Charizard

Pokémon Type:
~~ Type 1: Fire
~~ Type 2: Flying

Stat Ratings:
~~ Attack : 4/5
~~ Speed  : 4/5
~~ Range  : 2
~~ Defense: 3/5
~~ HP     : 3/5

Move Data:
~~ Move's Name    : Flamethrower
~~ Move's Type    : Fire
~~ Targeting Notes: Hits three tiles in the user's facing; may burn

Ability Data:
~~ Ability 1: Blaze
~~ Ability 2: Hero
~~ Ability 3: Last Bastion

Where/How to Find Pokémon:
~~ Evolve from Charmeleon

Potential Evolutions:
~~ N/A

Perfect Link Warriors:
~~ Masakage
~~ Yukimura

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Gastly

Pokémon Type:
~~ Type 1: Ghost
~~ Type 2: Poison

Stat Ratings:
~~ Attack : 3/5
~~ Speed  : 3/5
~~ Range  : 4
~~ Defense: 1/5
~~ HP     : 1/5

Move Data:
~~ Move's Name    : Lick
~~ Move's Type    : Ghost
~~ Targeting Notes: Hits an adjacent enemy

Ability Data:
~~ Ability 1: Levitate
~~ Ability 2: N/A
~~ Ability 3: N/A

Where/How to Find Pokémon:
~~ Avia
~~ Nixtorm
~~ Spectra
~~ Viperia

Potential Evolutions:
~~ Haunter: When Attack is 99

Perfect Link Warriors:
~~ Bokuzen
~~ Saizou
~~ Yoshitatsu

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Haunter

Pokémon Type:
~~ Type 1: Ghost
~~ Type 2: Poison

Stat Ratings:
~~ Attack : 4/5
~~ Speed  : 4/5
~~ Range  : 3
~~ Defense: 2/5
~~ HP     : 2/5

Move Data:
~~ Move's Name    : Hex
~~ Move's Type    : Ghost
~~ Targeting Notes: Hits an adjacent enemy

Ability Data:
~~ Ability 1: Levitate
~~ Ability 2: N/A
~~ Ability 3: N/A

Where/How to Find Pokémon:
~~ Spectra
~~ Viperia
~~ Evolve from Gastly

Potential Evolutions:
~~ Gengar: Get a 60+% Link and beat a Warrior

Perfect Link Warriors:
~~ Bokuzen
~~ Hanzo
~~ Saizou
~~ Yoshitatsu

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Gengar

Pokémon Type:
~~ Type 1: Ghost
~~ Type 2: Poison

Stat Ratings:
~~ Attack : 4/5
~~ Speed  : 4/5
~~ Range  : 3
~~ Defense: 2/5
~~ HP     : 2/5

Move Data:
~~ Move's Name    : Shadow Ball
~~ Move's Type    : Ghost
~~ Targeting Notes: Hits a tile two tiles away

Ability Data:
~~ Ability 1: Levitate
~~ Ability 2: N/A
~~ Ability 3: N/A

Where/How to Find Pokémon:
~~ Evolve from Haunter

Potential Evolutions:
~~ N/A

Perfect Link Warriors:
~~ Bokuzen
~~ Hanzo
~~ Saizou
~~ Yoshitatsu

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Chimchar

Pokémon Type:
~~ Type 1: Fire
~~ Type 2: N/A

Stat Ratings:
~~ Attack : 2/5
~~ Speed  : 1/5
~~ Range  : 4
~~ Defense: 1/5
~~ HP     : 2/5

Move Data:
~~ Move's Name    : Ember
~~ Move's Type    : Fire
~~ Targeting Notes: Hits a tile two tiles away; may burn

Ability Data:
~~ Ability 1: Blaze
~~ Ability 2: Mountaineer
~~ Ability 3: Spirit

Where/How to Find Pokémon:
~~ Ignis

Potential Evolutions:
~~ Monferno: When Speed is 48

Perfect Link Warriors:
~~ Hideyori
~~ Sasuke

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Monferno

Pokémon Type:
~~ Type 1: Fire
~~ Type 2: Fighting

Stat Ratings:
~~ Attack : 2/5
~~ Speed  : 3/5
~~ Range  : 3
~~ Defense: 2/5
~~ HP     : 3/5

Move Data:
~~ Move's Name    : Flame Wheel
~~ Move's Type    : Fire
~~ Targeting Notes: User hits an enemy two tiles away and also moves one tile
                    forward

Ability Data:
~~ Ability 1: Blaze
~~ Ability 2: Climber
~~ Ability 3: Spirit

Where/How to Find Pokémon:
~~ Ignis
~~ Pugilis
~~ Evolve from Chimchar

Potential Evolutions:
~~ Infernape: When Speed is 102

Perfect Link Warriors:
~~ Hideyori
~~ Hideyoshi
~~ Sasuke

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Infernape

Pokémon Type:
~~ Type 1: Fire
~~ Type 2: Fighting

Stat Ratings:
~~ Attack : 3/5
~~ Speed  : 4/5
~~ Range  : 3
~~ Defense: 3/5
~~ HP     : 3/5

Move Data:
~~ Move's Name    : Fire Spin
~~ Move's Type    : Fire
~~ Targeting Notes: Hits all tiles surrounding one two tiles away for four or
                    five turns without hitting the tile itself; may burn

Ability Data:
~~ Ability 1: Blaze
~~ Ability 2: Climber
~~ Ability 3: Conqueror

Where/How to Find Pokémon:
~~ Evolve from Monferno

Potential Evolutions:
~~ N/A

Perfect Link Warriors:
~~ Hideyori
~~ Hideyoshi
~~ Sasuke

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Snivy

Pokémon Type:
~~ Type 1: Grass
~~ Type 2: N/A

Stat Ratings:
~~ Attack : 1/5
~~ Speed  : 3/5
~~ Range  : 4
~~ Defense: 2/5
~~ HP     : 2/5

Move Data:
~~ Move's Name    : Vine Whip
~~ Move's Type    : Grass
~~ Targeting Notes: Hits the three tiles in front of the user

Ability Data:
~~ Ability 1: Overgrow
~~ Ability 2: Grass Cloak
~~ Ability 3: Instinct

Where/How to Find Pokémon:
~~ Greenleaf

Potential Evolutions:
~~ Servine: When Speed is 56

Perfect Link Warriors:
~~ Takumoto
~~ Ujisato

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Servine

Pokémon Type:
~~ Type 1: Grass
~~ Type 2: N/A

Stat Ratings:
~~ Attack : 2/5
~~ Speed  : 3/5
~~ Range  : 4
~~ Defense: 3/5
~~ HP     : 2/5

Move Data:
~~ Move's Name    : Leaf Blade
~~ Move's Type    : Grass
~~ Targeting Notes: Hits an adjacent enemy

Ability Data:
~~ Ability 1: Overgrow
~~ Ability 2: Grass Cloak
~~ Ability 3: Instinct

Where/How to Find Pokémon:
~~ Greenleaf
~~ Evolve from Snivy

Potential Evolutions:
~~ Serperior: When Speed is 104

Perfect Link Warriors:
~~ Motonari
~~ Takamoto
~~ Ujisato

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Serperior

Pokémon Type:
~~ Type 1: Grass
~~ Type 2: N/A

Stat Ratings:
~~ Attack : 2/5
~~ Speed  : 5/5
~~ Range  : 3
~~ Defense: 4/5
~~ HP     : 3/5

Move Data:
~~ Move's Name    : Leaf Storm
~~ Move's Type    : Grass
~~ Targeting Notes: Hits all tiles surrounding the user; lowers user's Attack

Ability Data:
~~ Ability 1: Overgrow
~~ Ability 2: Grass Cloak
~~ Ability 3: Nurse

Where/How to Find Pokémon:
~~ Greenleaf
~~ Evolve from Servine

Potential Evolutions:
~~ N/A

Perfect Link Warriors:
~~ Motonari
~~ Takamoto
~~ Ujisato

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Tepig

Pokémon Type:
~~ Type 1: Fire
~~ Type 2: N/A

Stat Ratings:
~~ Attack : 1/5
~~ Speed  : 2/5
~~ Range  : 3
~~ Defense: 1/5
~~ HP     : 3/5

Move Data:
~~ Move's Name    : Ember
~~ Move's Type    : Fire
~~ Targeting Notes: Hits a tile two tiles away; may burn

Ability Data:
~~ Ability 1: Blaze
~~ Ability 2: Spirit
~~ Ability 3: Celebrate

Where/How to Find Pokémon:
~~ Ignis

Potential Evolutions:
~~ Pignite: When Attack is 41

Perfect Link Warriors:
~~ Kazutoyo
~~ Naomasa
~~ Tatsuko

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Pignite

Pokémon Type:
~~ Type 1: Fire
~~ Type 2: Fighting

Stat Ratings:
~~ Attack : 3/5
~~ Speed  : 2/5
~~ Range  : 3
~~ Defense: 2/5
~~ HP     : 4/5

Move Data:
~~ Move's Name    : Heat Crash
~~ Move's Type    : Fire
~~ Targeting Notes: Hits a tile two tiles away; may burn

Ability Data:
~~ Ability 1: Blaze
~~ Ability 2: Hero
~~ Ability 3: Celebrate

Where/How to Find Pokémon:
~~ Ignis
~~ Pugilis
~~ Evolve from Tepig

Potential Evolutions:
~~ Emboar: When Attack is 115

Perfect Link Warriors:
~~ Kazutoyo
~~ Naomasa
~~ Tatsuko

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Emboar

Pokémon Type:
~~ Type 1: Fire
~~ Type 2: Fighting

Stat Ratings:
~~ Attack : 3/5
~~ Speed  : 3/5
~~ Range  : 2
~~ Defense: 2/5
~~ HP     : 5/5

Move Data:
~~ Move's Name    : Fire Blast
~~ Move's Type    : Fire
~~ Targeting Notes: Hits a tile left and right of the user, three tiles in
                    front of the user, and one tile left and right of the tile
                    two tiles in front of the user; may burn

Ability Data:
~~ Ability 1: Spirit
~~ Ability 2: Flame Boost
~~ Ability 3: Blaze

Where/How to Find Pokémon:
~~ Evolve from Pignite

Potential Evolutions:
~~ N/A

Perfect Link Warriors:
~~ Kazutoyo
~~ Naomasa
~~ Tatsuko

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Sewaddle

Pokémon Type:
~~ Type 1: Bug
~~ Type 2: Grass

Stat Ratings:
~~ Attack : 1/5
~~ Speed  : 2/5
~~ Range  : 3
~~ Defense: 2/5
~~ HP     : 2/5

Move Data:
~~ Move's Name    : Bug Bite
~~ Move's Type    : Bug
~~ Targeting Notes: Hits an adjacent enemy; may use enemy's held item

Ability Data:
~~ Ability 1: Grass Cloak
~~ Ability 2: Stealth
~~ Ability 3: Herbivore

Where/How to Find Pokémon:
~~ Chrysalia
~~ Greenleaf
~~ Valora

Potential Evolutions:
~~ Swadloon: When Defense is 60

Perfect Link Warriors:
~~ Ujichika
~~ Ujijiro

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Swadloon

Pokémon Type:
~~ Type 1: Bug
~~ Type 2: Grass

Stat Ratings:
~~ Attack : 1/5
~~ Speed  : 2/5
~~ Range  : 2
~~ Defense: 3/5
~~ HP     : 2/5

Move Data:
~~ Move's Name    : Razor Leaf
~~ Move's Type    : Grass
~~ Targeting Notes: Hits three tiles in the user's facing

Ability Data:
~~ Ability 1: Grass Cloak
~~ Ability 2: Stealth
~~ Ability 3: Shuckle

Where/How to Find Pokémon:
~~ Chrysalia
~~ Greenleaf
~~ Evolve from Sewaddle

Potential Evolutions:
~~ Leavanny: 65+% Link

Perfect Link Warriors:
~~ Ujichika
~~ Ujijiro

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Leavanny

Pokémon Type:
~~ Type 1: Bug
~~ Type 2: Grass

Stat Ratings:
~~ Attack : 2/5
~~ Speed  : 4/5
~~ Range  : 3
~~ Defense: 3/5
~~ HP     : 3/5

Move Data:
~~ Move's Name    : X-Scissor
~~ Move's Type    : Bug
~~ Targeting Notes: Hits an adjacent tile and all diagonally-adjacent tiles
                    from there

Ability Data:
~~ Ability 1: Confidence
~~ Ability 2: Nurse
~~ Ability 3: Swarm

Where/How to Find Pokémon:
~~ Evolve from Swadloon

Potential Evolutions:
~~ N/A

Perfect Link Warriors:
~~ Ujichika
~~ Ujijiro

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Abra

Pokémon Type:
~~ Type 1: Psychic
~~ Type 2: N/A

Stat Ratings:
~~ Attack : 3/5  <-- Odd, as it can't deal damage.
~~ Speed  : 4/5
~~ Range  : 4
~~ Defense: 1/5
~~ HP     : 1/5

Move Data:
~~ Move's Name    : Teleport
~~ Move's Type    : Psychic
~~ Targeting Notes: All it does is move the user to another spot on the field

Ability Data:
~~ Ability 1: Instinct
~~ Ability 2: Life Force
~~ Ability 3: Share

Where/How to Find Pokémon:
~~ Illusio

Potential Evolutions:
~~ Kadabra: When Attack is 83

Perfect Link Warriors:
~~ Takahiro

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Kadabra

Pokémon Type:
~~ Type 1: Psychic
~~ Type 2: N/A

Stat Ratings:
~~ Attack : 4/5
~~ Speed  : 4/5
~~ Range  : 3
~~ Defense: 2/5
~~ HP     : 1/5

Move Data:
~~ Move's Name    : Psybeam
~~ Move's Type    : Psychic
~~ Targeting Notes: Hits three tiles in the user's facing

Ability Data:
~~ Ability 1: Instinct
~~ Ability 2: Life Force
~~ Ability 3: Perception

Where/How to Find Pokémon:
~~ Illusio
~~ Evolve from Abra

Potential Evolutions:
~~ Alakazam: Get a 65+% Link and beat a Warrior

Perfect Link Warriors:
~~ Kanetsugu
~~ Takahiro

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Alakazam

Pokémon Type:
~~ Type 1: Psychic
~~ Type 2: N/A

Stat Ratings:
~~ Attack : 5/5
~~ Speed  : 5/5
~~ Range  : 3
~~ Defense: 2/5
~~ HP     : 2/5

Move Data:
~~ Move's Name    : Psychic
~~ Move's Type    : Psychic
~~ Targeting Notes: Hits all non-diagonally-adjacent tiles from a tile two
                    tiles away, but not the tile itself

Ability Data:
~~ Ability 1: Instinct
~~ Ability 2: Life Force
~~ Ability 3: Inner Focus

Where/How to Find Pokémon:
~~ Evolve from Kadabra

Potential Evolutions:
~~ N/A

Perfect Link Warriors:
~~ Kanetsugu
~~ Takahiro

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Treecko

Pokémon Type:
~~ Type 1: Grass
~~ Type 2: N/A

Stat Ratings:
~~ Attack : 2/5
~~ Speed  : 3/5
~~ Range  : 4
~~ Defense: 1/5
~~ HP     : 1/5

Move Data:
~~ Move's Name    : Absorb
~~ Move's Type    : Grass
~~ Targeting Notes: Drains some HP from an adjacent enemy

Ability Data:
~~ Ability 1: Overgrow
~~ Ability 2: Mountaineer
~~ Ability 3: Instinct

Where/How to Find Pokémon:
~~ Greenleaf

Potential Evolutions:
~~ Grovyle: When Speed is 58

Perfect Link Warriors:
~~ Murashige
~~ Takakage
~~ Yataro

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Grovyle

Pokémon Type:
~~ Type 1: Grass
~~ Type 2: N/A

Stat Ratings:
~~ Attack : 3/5
~~ Speed  : 4/5
~~ Range  : 3
~~ Defense: 2/5
~~ HP     : 2/5

Move Data:
~~ Move's Name    : Leaf Blade
~~ Move's Type    : Grass
~~ Targeting Notes: Hits an adjacent enemy

Ability Data:
~~ Ability 1: Overgrow
~~ Ability 2: Mountaineer
~~ Ability 3: Parry

Where/How to Find Pokémon:
~~ Greenleaf
~~ Evolve from Treecko

Potential Evolutions:
~~ Sceptile: When Speed is 118

Perfect Link Warriors:
~~ Magoichi
~~ Murashige
~~ Takakage
~~ Yataro

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Sceptile

Pokémon Type:
~~ Type 1: Grass
~~ Type 2: N/A

Stat Ratings:
~~ Attack : 3/5
~~ Speed  : 5/5
~~ Range  : 3
~~ Defense: 3/5
~~ HP     : 3/5

Move Data:
~~ Move's Name    : Leaf Storm
~~ Move's Type    : Grass
~~ Targeting Notes: Hits all tiles surrounding the user; lowers user's Attack

Ability Data:
~~ Ability 1: Overgrow
~~ Ability 2: Mountaineer
~~ Ability 3: Sprint

Where/How to Find Pokémon:
~~ Evolve from Grovyle

Potential Evolutions:
~~ N/A

Perfect Link Warriors:
~~ Magoichi
~~ Murashige
~~ Takakage
~~ Yataro

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Piplup

Pokémon Type:
~~ Type 1: Water
~~ Type 2: N/A

Stat Ratings:
~~ Attack : 2/5
~~ Speed  : 2/5
~~ Range  : 3
~~ Defense: 2/5
~~ HP     : 2/5

Move Data:
~~ Move's Name    : Bubble
~~ Move's Type    : Water
~~ Targeting Notes: Hits two tiles in the user's facing

Ability Data:
~~ Ability 1: Torrent
~~ Ability 2: Wave Rider
~~ Ability 3: Pride

Where/How to Find Pokémon:
~~ Fontaine

Potential Evolutions:
~~ Prinplup: When Attack is 51

Perfect Link Warriors:
~~ Go

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Prinplup

Pokémon Type:
~~ Type 1: Water
~~ Type 2: N/A

Stat Ratings:
~~ Attack : 2/5
~~ Speed  : 2/5
~~ Range  : 3
~~ Defense: 3/5
~~ HP     : 3/5

Move Data:
~~ Move's Name    : Bubblebeam
~~ Move's Type    : Water
~~ Targeting Notes: Hits two and three tiles away in the user's facing

Ability Data:
~~ Ability 1: Torrent
~~ Ability 2: Wave Rider
~~ Ability 3: Pride

Where/How to Find Pokémon:
~~ Evolve from Piplup

Potential Evolutions:
~~ Empoleon: When Attack is 102

Perfect Link Warriors:
~~ Go
~~ Ina

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Empoleon

Pokémon Type:
~~ Type 1: Water
~~ Type 2: Steel

Stat Ratings:
~~ Attack : 4/5
~~ Speed  : 2/5
~~ Range  : 3
~~ Defense: 4/5
~~ HP     : 4/5

Move Data:
~~ Move's Name    : Hydro Pump
~~ Move's Type    : Water
~~ Targeting Notes: Hits three tiles in the user's facing

Ability Data:
~~ Ability 1: Torrent
~~ Ability 2: Wave Rider
~~ Ability 3: Pride

Where/How to Find Pokémon:
~~ Evolve from Prinplup

Potential Evolutions:
~~ N/A

Perfect Link Warriors:
~~ Go
~~ Ina

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Pansage

Pokémon Type:
~~ Type 1: Grass
~~ Type 2: N/A

Stat Ratings:
~~ Attack : 1/5
~~ Speed  : 3/5
~~ Range  : 3
~~ Defense: 2/5
~~ HP     : 2/5

Move Data:
~~ Move's Name    : Vine Whip
~~ Move's Type    : Grass
~~ Targeting Notes: Hits three tiles in the front of the user

Ability Data:
~~ Ability 1: Melee
~~ Ability 2: Nurse
~~ Ability 3: Celebrate

Where/How to Find Pokémon:
~~ Greenleaf

Potential Evolutions:
~~ Simisage: Equip a Leaf Stone

Perfect Link Warriors:
~~ Rikyu

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Simisage

Pokémon Type:
~~ Type 1: Grass
~~ Type 2: N/A

Stat Ratings:
~~ Attack : 3/5
~~ Speed  : 4/5
~~ Range  : 3
~~ Defense: 2/5
~~ HP     : 3/5

Move Data:
~~ Move's Name    : Leaf Storm
~~ Move's Type    : Grass
~~ Targeting Notes: Hits all tiles surrounding the user; lowers user's Attack

Ability Data:
~~ Ability 1: Melee
~~ Ability 2: Hero
~~ Ability 3: Instinct

Where/How to Find Pokémon:
~~ Evolve from Pansage

Potential Evolutions:
~~ N/A

Perfect Link Warriors:
~~ Rikyu

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Pansear

Pokémon Type:
~~ Type 1: Fire
~~ Type 2: N/A

Stat Ratings:
~~ Attack : 1/5
~~ Speed  : 3/5
~~ Range  : 3
~~ Defense: 2/5
~~ HP     : 2/5

Move Data:
~~ Move's Name    : Flame Burst
~~ Move's Type    : Fire
~~ Targeting Notes: Hits a tile two tiles away and all diagonally-adjacent
                    tiles from there; may burn

Ability Data:
~~ Ability 1: Melee
~~ Ability 2: Mountaineer
~~ Ability 3: Celebrate

Where/How to Find Pokémon:
~~ Ignis

Potential Evolutions:
~~ Simisear: Equip a Fire Stone

Perfect Link Warriors:
~~ Juzo

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Simisear

Pokémon Type:
~~ Type 1: Fire
~~ Type 2: N/A

Stat Ratings:
~~ Attack : 3/5
~~ Speed  : 4/5
~~ Range  : 3
~~ Defense: 2/5
~~ HP     : 3/5

Move Data:
~~ Move's Name    : Incinerate
~~ Move's Type    : Fire
~~ Targeting Notes: Hits three tiles in the user's facing; may burn

Ability Data:
~~ Ability 1: Melee
~~ Ability 2: Instinct
~~ Ability 3: Flame Boost

Where/How to Find Pokémon:
~~ Evolve from Pansear

Potential Evolutions:
~~ N/A

Perfect Link Warriors:
~~ Juzo

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Panpour

Pokémon Type:
~~ Type 1: Water
~~ Type 2: N/A

Stat Ratings:
~~ Attack : 1/5
~~ Speed  : 3/5
~~ Range  : 3
~~ Defense: 2/5
~~ HP     : 2/5

Move Data:
~~ Move's Name    : Water Gun
~~ Move's Type    : Water
~~ Targeting Notes: Hits two tiles in the user's facing

Ability Data:
~~ Ability 1: Melee
~~ Ability 2: Mountaineer
~~ Ability 3: Dodge

Where/How to Find Pokémon:
~~ Fontaine

Potential Evolutions:
~~ Simipour: Equip with a Water Stone

Perfect Link Warriors:
~~ Takayori
~~ Yoshituka

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Simipour

Pokémon Type:
~~ Type 1: Water
~~ Type 2: N/A

Stat Ratings:
~~ Attack : 3/5
~~ Speed  : 4/5
~~ Range  : 3
~~ Defense: 2/5
~~ HP     : 3/5

Move Data:
~~ Move's Name    : Brine
~~ Move's Type    : Water
~~ Targeting Notes: Hits two tiles in the user's facing; hurts lower-HP targets

Ability Data:
~~ Ability 1: Melee
~~ Ability 2: Instinct
~~ Ability 3: Water Boost

Where/How to Find Pokémon:
~~ Evolve from Panpour

Potential Evolutions:
~~ N/A

Perfect Link Warriors:
~~ Takayori
~~ Yoshituka

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Darumaka

Pokémon Type:
~~ Type 1: Fire
~~ Type 2: N/A

Stat Ratings:
~~ Attack : 3/5
~~ Speed  : 2/5
~~ Range  : 3
~~ Defense: 1/5
~~ HP     : 3/5

Move Data:
~~ Move's Name    : Flame Wheel
~~ Move's Type    : Fire
~~ Targeting Notes: Hits an enemy two tiles away; may burn; user moves forward
                    one tile

Ability Data:
~~ Ability 1: Run Up
~~ Ability 2: Spirit
~~ Ability 3: Celebrate

Where/How to Find Pokémon:
~~ Ignis

Potential Evolutions:
~~ Darmanitan: When Attack is 110

Perfect Link Warriors:
~~ Harunaga
~~ Kai
~~ Nagayasu

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Darmanitan

Pokémon Type:
~~ Type 1: Fire
~~ Type 2: N/A

Stat Ratings:
~~ Attack : 5/5
~~ Speed  : 4/5
~~ Range  : 3
~~ Defense: 2/5
~~ HP     : 4/5

Move Data:
~~ Move's Name    : Fire Blast
~~ Move's Type    : Fire
~~ Targeting Notes: Hits one tile left and right of the user, three tiles in
                    the user's facing, and one tile left and right of the tile
                    two tiles in the user's facing; may burn

Ability Data:
~~ Ability 1: Hero
~~ Ability 2: Spirit
~~ Ability 3: Conqueror

Where/How to Find Pokémon:
~~ Evolve from Darumaka

Potential Evolutions:
~~ N/A

Perfect Link Warriors:
~~ Harunaga
~~ Kai
~~ Nagayasu

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Axew

Pokémon Type:
~~ Type 1: Dragon
~~ Type 2: N/A

Stat Ratings:
~~ Attack : 3/5
~~ Speed  : 2/5
~~ Range  : 3
~~ Defense: 2/5
~~ HP     : 2/5

Move Data:
~~ Move's Name    : Dragon Rage
~~ Move's Type    : Dragon
~~ Targeting Notes: Hits two tiles in the user's facing; deals 40 damage only

Ability Data:
~~ Ability 1: Instinct
~~ Ability 2: Frighten
~~ Ability 3: Mold Breaker

Where/How to Find Pokémon:
~~ Cragspur
~~ Dragnor

Potential Evolutions:
~~ Fraxure: When Attack is 113

Perfect Link Warriors:
~~ Kazumasu
~~ Motoharu
~~ Tomonari

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Fraxure

Pokémon Type:
~~ Type 1: Dragon
~~ Type 2: N/A

Stat Ratings:
~~ Attack : 4/5
~~ Speed  : 3/5
~~ Range  : 3
~~ Defense: 2/5
~~ HP     : 3/5

Move Data:
~~ Move's Name    : Dragon Claw
~~ Move's Type    : Dragon
~~ Targeting Notes: Hits an adjacent enemy

Ability Data:
~~ Ability 1: Parry
~~ Ability 2: Frighten
~~ Ability 3: Mold Breaker

Where/How to Find Pokémon:
~~ Dragnor
~~ Evolve from Axew

Potential Evolutions:
~~ Haxorus: When Attack is 173

Perfect Link Warriors:
~~ Kazumasu
~~ Motoharu
~~ Tomonari

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Joltik

Pokémon Type:
~~ Type 1: Bug
~~ Type 2: Electric

Stat Ratings:
~~ Attack : 1/5
~~ Speed  : 3/5
~~ Range  : 4
~~ Defense: 2/5
~~ HP     : 2/5

Move Data:
~~ Move's Name    : Electro Ball
~~ Move's Type    : Electric
~~ Targeting Notes: Hits a tile two tiles away; may paralyze

Ability Data:
~~ Ability 1: Compoundeyes
~~ Ability 2: Sequence
~~ Ability 3: Sponge

Where/How to Find Pokémon:
~~ Chrysalia
~~ Violight

Potential Evolutions:
~~ Galvantula: When Speed is 84

Perfect Link Warriors:
~~ Motozane
~~ Sekiso
~~ Yasumoto

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Galvantula

Pokémon Type:
~~ Type 1: Bug
~~ Type 2: Electric

Stat Ratings:
~~ Attack : 3/5
~~ Speed  : 4/5
~~ Range  : 3
~~ Defense: 2/5
~~ HP     : 3/5

Move Data:
~~ Move's Name    : Discharge
~~ Move's Type    : Electric
~~ Targeting Notes: Hits all surrounding tiles; may paralyze

Ability Data:
~~ Ability 1: Compundeyes
~~ Ability 2: Sequence
~~ Ability 3: Sponge

Where/How to Find Pokémon:
~~ Chrysalia
~~ Violight
~~ Evolve from Joltik

Potential Evolutions:
~~ N/A

Perfect Link Warriors:
~~ Motozane
~~ Sekiso
~~ Yasumoto

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Aron

Pokémon Type:
~~ Type 1: Steel
~~ Type 2: Rock

Stat Ratings:
~~ Attack : 2/5
~~ Speed  : 1/5
~~ Range  : 3
~~ Defense: 3/5
~~ HP     : 2/5

Move Data:
~~ Move's Name    : Metal Claw
~~ Move's Type    : Steel
~~ Targeting Notes: Hits an adjacent enemy

Ability Data:
~~ Ability 1: Sturdy
~~ Ability 2: Bodyguard
~~ Ability 3: Run Up

Where/How to Find Pokémon:
~~ Cragspur
~~ Valora

Potential Evolutions:
~~ Lairon: When Defense is 83

Perfect Link Warriors:
~~ Katsu
~~ Tadatsugu
~~ Toku

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Lairon

Pokémon Type:
~~ Type 1: Steel
~~ Type 2: Rock

Stat Ratings:
~~ Attack : 3/5
~~ Speed  : 2/5
~~ Range  : 3
~~ Defense: 4/5
~~ HP     : 2/5

Move Data:
~~ Move's Name    : Iron Head
~~ Move's Type    : Steel
~~ Targeting Notes: Hits an adjacent enemy and pushes them back one tile

Ability Data:
~~ Ability 1: Sturdy
~~ Ability 2: Bodyguard
~~ Ability 3: Run Up

Where/How to Find Pokémon:
~~ Cragspur
~~ Valora
~~ Evolve from Aron

Potential Evolutions:
~~ Aggron: When Defense is 130

Perfect Link Warriors:
~~ Katsu
~~ Tadatsugu
~~ Toku

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Aggron

Pokémon Type:
~~ Type 1: Steel
~~ Type 2: Rock

Stat Ratings:
~~ Attack : 4/5
~~ Speed  : 2/5
~~ Range  : 2
~~ Defense: 5/5
~~ HP     : 3/5

Move Data:
~~ Move's Name    : Iron Tail
~~ Move's Type    : Steel
~~ Targeting Notes: Hits the three tiles in front of the user and pushes hit
                    enemies back a tile

Ability Data:
~~ Ability 1: Sturdy
~~ Ability 2: Bodyguard
~~ Ability 3: Run Up

Where/How to Find Pokémon:
~~ Evolve from Lairon

Potential Evolutions:
~~ N/A

Perfect Link Warriors:
~~ Katsu
~~ Ieyasu
~~ Tadatsugu
~~ Toku

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Drilbur

Pokémon Type:
~~ Type 1: Ground
~~ Type 2: N/A

Stat Ratings:
~~ Attack : 3/5
~~ Speed  : 3/5
~~ Range  : 3
~~ Defense: 1/5
~~ HP     : 2/5

Move Data:
~~ Move's Name    : Dig
~~ Move's Type    : Ground
~~ Targeting Notes: Hits a target two tiles away, even if they move before
                    the next turn

Ability Data:
~~ Ability 1: Sandpit
~~ Ability 2: Stealth
~~ Ability 3: Parry

Where/How to Find Pokémon:
~~ Terrera

Potential Evolutions:
~~ Excadrill: When Attack is 97

Perfect Link Warriors:
~~ Asahi
~~ Kei
~~ Naka
~~ Ume

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Excadrill

Pokémon Type:
~~ Type 1: Ground
~~ Type 2: Steel

Stat Ratings:
~~ Attack : 5/5
~~ Speed  : 4/5
~~ Range  : 3
~~ Defense: 2/5
~~ HP     : 5/5

Move Data:
~~ Move's Name    : Drill Run
~~ Move's Type    : Ground
~~ Targeting Notes: Hits an enemy two tiles away; user moves forward one tile

Ability Data:
~~ Ability 1: Run Up
~~ Ability 2: Stealth
~~ Ability 3: Sandpit

Where/How to Find Pokémon:
~~ Terrera
~~ Valora
~~ Evolve from Drilbur

Potential Evolutions:
~~ N/A

Perfect Link Warriors:
~~ Asahi
~~ Kei
~~ Naka
~~ Ume

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Zorua

Pokémon Type:
~~ Type 1: Dark
~~ Type 2: N/A

Stat Ratings:
~~ Attack : 2/5
~~ Speed  : 3/5
~~ Range  : 4
~~ Defense: 1/5
~~ HP     : 1/5

Move Data:
~~ Move's Name    : Foul Play
~~ Move's Type    : Dark
~~ Targeting Notes: Hits an adjacent enemy

Ability Data:
~~ Ability 1: Melee
~~ Ability 2: Disgust
~~ Ability 3: Illusion

Where/How to Find Pokémon:
~~ A random appearance when Kotaro heads into battle. It will not show up
   during the roster showings until the battle itself begins.

Potential Evolutions:
~~ Zoroark: ??? (conditions unknown)

Perfect Link Warriors:
~~ Kotaro

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Zoroark

Pokémon Type:
~~ Type 1: Dark
~~ Type 2: N/A

Stat Ratings:
~~ Attack : 4/5
~~ Speed  : 4/5
~~ Range  : 4
~~ Defense: 2/5
~~ HP     : 2/5

Move Data:
~~ Move's Name    : Night Daze
~~ Move's Type    : Dark
~~ Targeting Notes: Hits all non-diagonally-adjacent tiles

Ability Data:
~~ Ability 1: Illusion
~~ Ability 2: Pride
~~ Ability 3: Shadow Dash

Where/How to Find Pokémon:
~~ Evolve from Zorua

Potential Evolutions:
~~ N/A

Perfect Link Warriors:
~~ Kotaro

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Skorupi

Pokémon Type:
~~ Type 1: Poison
~~ Type 2: Bug

Stat Ratings:
~~ Attack : 1/5
~~ Speed  : 3/5
~~ Range  : 3
~~ Defense: 3/5
~~ HP     : 1/5

Move Data:
~~ Move's Name    : Poison Jab
~~ Move's Type    : Poison
~~ Targeting Notes: Hits an adjacent enemy; may poison

Ability Data:
~~ Ability 1: Battle Armor
~~ Ability 2: Sniper
~~ Ability 3: Shackle

Where/How to Find Pokémon:
~~ Avia
~~ Chrysalia
~~ Viperia

Potential Evolutions:
~~ Drapion: When Defense is 90

Perfect Link Warriors:
~~ Kashinokoji
~~ Seikurou

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Drapion

Pokémon Type:
~~ Type 1: Poison
~~ Type 2: Dark

Stat Ratings:
~~ Attack : 3/5
~~ Speed  : 4/5
~~ Range  : 3
~~ Defense: 4/5
~~ HP     : 3/5

Move Data:
~~ Move's Name    : Cross Poison
~~ Move's Type    : Poison
~~ Targeting Notes: Hits an adjacent tile and all diagonally-adjacent tiles
                    from there; may poison

Ability Data:
~~ Ability 1: Vanguard
~~ Ability 2: Sniper
~~ Ability 3: Shackle

Where/How to Find Pokémon:
~~ Viperia
~~ Yaksha
~~ Evolve from Skorupi

Potential Evolutions:
~~ N/A

Perfect Link Warriors:
~~ Kashinokoji
~~ Seikurou

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Pawniard

Pokémon Type:
~~ Type 1: Dark
~~ Type 2: Steel

Stat Ratings:
~~ Attack : 3/5
~~ Speed  : 2/5
~~ Range  : 3
~~ Defense: 2/5
~~ HP     : 2/5

Move Data:
~~ Move's Name    : Assurance
~~ Move's Type    : Dark
~~ Targeting Notes: Hits an adjacent enemy

Ability Data:
~~ Ability 1: Parry
~~ Ability 2: Shackle
~~ Ability 3: Inner Focus

Where/How to Find Pokémon:
~~ Nixtorm
~~ Valora
~~ Yaksha

Potential Evolutions:
~~ Bisharp: When Attack is 118

Perfect Link Warriors:
~~ Hatsume
~~ Hidetada
~~ Mitsunari

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Bisharp

Pokémon Type:
~~ Type 1: Dark
~~ Type 2: Steel

Stat Ratings:
~~ Attack : 4/5
~~ Speed  : 3/5
~~ Range  : 3
~~ Defense: 3/5
~~ HP     : 3/5

Move Data:
~~ Move's Name    : Night Slash
~~ Move's Type    : Dark
~~ Targeting Notes: Hits the three tiles in front of the user

Ability Data:
~~ Ability 1: Parry
~~ Ability 2: Shackle
~~ Ability 3: Inner Focus

Where/How to Find Pokémon:
~~ Evolve from Bisharp

Potential Evolutions:
~~ N/A

Perfect Link Warriors:
~~ Hatsume
~~ Hidetada
~~ Mitsunari

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Rhyhorn

Pokémon Type:
~~ Type 1: Ground
~~ Type 2: Rock

Stat Ratings:
~~ Attack : 3/5
~~ Speed  : 1/5
~~ Range  : 3
~~ Defense: 2/5
~~ HP     : 3/5

Move Data:
~~ Move's Name    : Bulldoze
~~ Move's Type    : Ground
~~ Targeting Notes: Hits all non-diagonally-adjacent tiles

Ability Data:
~~ Ability 1: Lightningrod
~~ Ability 2: Bodyguard
~~ Ability 3: Jagged Edge

Where/How to Find Pokémon:
~~ Cragspur
~~ Terrera

Potential Evolutions:
~~ Rhydon: When Attack is 108

Perfect Link Warriors:
~~ Masatoyo
~~ Shizuka

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Rhydon

Pokémon Type:
~~ Type 1: Ground
~~ Type 2: Rock

Stat Ratings:
~~ Attack : 4/5
~~ Speed  : 2/5
~~ Range  : 2
~~ Defense: 3/5
~~ HP     : 4/5

Move Data:
~~ Move's Name    : Drill Run
~~ Move's Type    : Ground
~~ Targeting Notes: Hits an enemy two tiles away; user moves forward one tile

Ability Data:
~~ Ability 1: Lightningrod
~~ Ability 2: Bodyguard
~~ Ability 3: Jagged Edge

Where/How to Find Pokémon:
~~ Cragspur
~~ Terrera
~~ Evolve from Rhyhorn

Potential Evolutions:
~~ Rhyperior: Equip Protector (?)

Perfect Link Warriors:
~~ Masatoyo
~~ Shizuka

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Rhyperior

Pokémon Type:
~~ Type 1: Ground
~~ Type 2: Rock

Stat Ratings:
~~ Attack : 5/5
~~ Speed  : 2/5
~~ Range  : 2
~~ Defense: 4/5
~~ HP     : 5/5

Move Data:
~~ Move's Name    : Rock Wrecker
~~ Move's Type    : Rock
~~ Targeting Notes: Hits a target two tiles away; can't be used two tiles in a
                    row

Ability Data:
~~ Ability 1: Lightningrod
~~ Ability 2: Bodyguard
~~ Ability 3: Solid Rock

Where/How to Find Pokémon:
~~ Evolve from Rhydon

Potential Evolutions:
~~ N/A

Perfect Link Warriors:
~~ Masatoyo
~~ Shingen
~~ Shizuka

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Shieldon

Pokémon Type:
~~ Type 1: Rock
~~ Type 2: Steel

Stat Ratings:
~~ Attack : 1/5
~~ Speed  : 1/5
~~ Range  : 3
~~ Defense: 4/5
~~ HP     : 1/5

Move Data:
~~ Move's Name    : Iron Head
~~ Move's Type    : Steel
~~ Targeting Notes: Hits an adjacent enemy and pushes them back one tile

Ability Data:
~~ Ability 1: Shield
~~ Ability 2: Last Bastion
~~ Ability 3: Sturdy

Where/How to Find Pokémon:
~~ Cragspur
~~ Valora

Potential Evolutions:
~~ Bastiodon: When Defense is 113

Perfect Link Warriors:
~~ Bokuden
~~ Kazumasa
~~ Ujiteru

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Bastiodon

Pokémon Type:
~~ Type 1: Rock
~~ Type 2: Steel

Stat Ratings:
~~ Attack : 1/5
~~ Speed  : 1/5
~~ Range  : 2
~~ Defense: 5/5
~~ HP     : 2/5

Move Data:
~~ Move's Name    : Rock Slide
~~ Move's Type    : Rock
~~ Targeting Notes: Hits three tiles in the user's facing

Ability Data:
~~ Ability 1: Shield
~~ Ability 2: Last Bastion
~~ Ability 3: Sturdy

Where/How to Find Pokémon:
~~ Evolve from Shieldon

Potential Evolutions:
~~ N/A

Perfect Link Warriors:
~~ Bokuden
~~ Kazumasa
~~ Keiji
~~ Ujiteru

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Scraggy

Pokémon Type:
~~ Type 1: Dark
~~ Type 2: Fighting

Stat Ratings:
~~ Attack : 2/5
~~ Speed  : 2/5
~~ Range  : 3
~~ Defense: 3/5
~~ HP     : 2/5

Move Data:
~~ Move's Name    : Faint Attack
~~ Move's Type    : Dark
~~ Targeting Notes: Hits an adjacent enemy

Ability Data:
~~ Ability 1: Shed Skin
~~ Ability 2: Moxie
~~ Ability 3: Disgust

Where/How to Find Pokémon:
~~ Avia
~~ Nixtorm
~~ Pugilis
~~ Yaksha

Potential Evolutions:
~~ Scrafty: When Defense is 86

Perfect Link Warriors:
~~ Genba
~~ Hisaaki
~~ Shimoyama

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Scrafty

Pokémon Type:
~~ Type 1: Dark
~~ Type 2: Fighting

Stat Ratings:
~~ Attack : 3/5
~~ Speed  : 2/5
~~ Range  : 3
~~ Defense: 5/5
~~ HP     : 3/5

Move Data:
~~ Move's Name    : Hi Jump Kick
~~ Move's Type    : Fighting
~~ Targeting Notes: Hits an enemy two tiles away and user moves forward one
                    tile; user is damaged if the attack misses

Ability Data:
~~ Ability 1: Shed Skin
~~ Ability 2: Moxie
~~ Ability 3: Spirit

Where/How to Find Pokémon:
~~ Pugilis
~~ Yaksha
~~ Evolve from Scraggy

Potential Evolutions:
~~ N/A

Perfect Link Warriors:
~~ Genba
~~ Hisaaki
~~ Shimoyasa

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Drifloon

Pokémon Type:
~~ Type 1: Ghost
~~ Type 2: Flying

Stat Ratings:
~~ Attack : 2/5
~~ Speed  : 3/5
~~ Range  : 4
~~ Defense: 1/5
~~ HP     : 4/5

Move Data:
~~ Move's Name    : Astonish
~~ Move's Type    : Ghost
~~ Targeting Notes: Hits an adjacent enemy and pushes them back one tile

Ability Data:
~~ Ability 1: Dodge
~~ Ability 2: Explode
~~ Ability 3: Decoy

Where/How to Find Pokémon:
~~ Spectra

Potential Evolutions:
~~ Drifblim: When max HP is 146

Perfect Link Warriors:
~~ Asa
~~ Otsu

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Drifblim

Pokémon Type:
~~ Type 1: Ghost
~~ Type 2: Flying

Stat Ratings:
~~ Attack : 2/5
~~ Speed  : 3/5
~~ Range  : 3
~~ Defense: 2/5
~~ HP     : 5/5

Move Data:
~~ Move's Name    : Shadow Ball
~~ Move's Type    : Ghost
~~ Targeting Notes: Hits a target two tiles away

Ability Data:
~~ Ability 1: Dodge
~~ Ability 2: Explode
~~ Ability 3: Decoy

Where/How to Find Pokémon:
~~ Evolve from Drifloon

Potential Evolutions:
~~ N/A

Perfect Link Warriors:
~~ Asa
~~ Otsu

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Rufflet

Pokémon Type:
~~ Type 1: Normal
~~ Type 2: Flying

Stat Ratings:
~~ Attack : 3/5
~~ Speed  : 2/5
~~ Range  : 4
~~ Defense: 2/5
~~ HP     : 3/5

Move Data:
~~ Move's Name    : Wing Attack
~~ Move's Type    : Flying
~~ Targeting Notes: Hits an adjacent enemy

Ability Data:
~~ Ability 1: Keen Eye
~~ Ability 2: Pride
~~ Ability 3: Celebrate

Where/How to Find Pokémon:
~~ Avia

Potential Evolutions:
~~ Braviary: When Attack is 119

Perfect Link Warriors:
~~ Haruyuki
~~ Masamune
~~ Munetoki
~~ Naoshige

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Braviary

Pokémon Type:
~~ Type 1: Normal
~~ Type 2: Flying

Stat Ratings:
~~ Attack : 4/5
~~ Speed  : 3/5
~~ Range  : 4
~~ Defense: 3/5
~~ HP     : 4/5

Move Data:
~~ Move's Name    : Sky Drop
~~ Move's Type    : Flying
~~ Targeting Notes: Picks up an adjacent enemy, removing from the battlefield
                    for this turn, returning them on the next turn and dealing
                    damage

Ability Data:
~~ Ability 1: Keen Eye
~~ Ability 2: Pride
~~ Ability 3: Hero

Where/How to Find Pokémon:
~~ Evolve from Rufflet

Potential Evolutions:
~~ N/A

Perfect Link Warriors:
~~ Haruyuki
~~ Masamune
~~ Munetoki
~~ Naoshige

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Anorith

Pokémon Type:
~~ Type 1: Rock 
~~ Type 2: Bug

Stat Ratings:
~~ Attack : 3/5
~~ Speed  : 3/5
~~ Range  : 3
~~ Defense: 2/5
~~ HP     : 2/5

Move Data:
~~ Move's Name    : Fury Cutter
~~ Move's Type    : Bug
~~ Targeting Notes: Hits the three in front of the user

Ability Data:
~~ Ability 1: Battle Armor
~~ Ability 2: Jagged Edge
~~ Ability 3: Instinct

Where/How to Find Pokémon:
~~ Chrysalia

Potential Evolutions:
~~ Armaldo: When Attack is 116

Perfect Link Warriors:
~~ Ujikuni
~~ Ujimasa
~~ Ujinao

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Armaldo

Pokémon Type:
~~ Type 1: Rock
~~ Type 2: Bug

Stat Ratings:
~~ Attack : 4/5
~~ Speed  : 2/5
~~ Range  : 2
~~ Defense: 4/5
~~ HP     : 3/5

Move Data:
~~ Move's Name    : X-Scissor
~~ Move's Type    : Bug
~~ Targeting Notes: Attacks an adjacent tile and all diagonally-adjacent tiles
                    from there

Ability Data:
~~ Ability 1: Parry
~~ Ability 2: Jagged Edge
~~ Ability 3: Instinct

Where/How to Find Pokémon:
~~ Evolve from Anorith

Potential Evolutions:
~~ N/A

Perfect Link Warriors:
~~ Ujikuni
~~ Ujimasa
~~ Ujinao

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Larvesta

Pokémon Type:
~~ Type 1: Bug
~~ Type 2: Fire

Stat Ratings:
~~ Attack : 3/5
~~ Speed  : 2/5
~~ Range  : 3
~~ Defense: 2/5
~~ HP     : 2/5

Move Data:
~~ Move's Name    : Flame Wheel
~~ Move's Type    : Fire
~~ Targeting Notes: Hits an enemy two tiles away; may burn; user moves forward
                    one tile

Ability Data:
~~ Ability 1: Flame Body
~~ Ability 2: Run Up
~~ Ability 3: Sponge

Where/How to Find Pokémon:
~~ Chrysalia
~~ Ignis

Potential Evolutions:
~~ Volcarona: When Attack is 131

Perfect Link Warriors:
~~ Hidenaga
~~ Kamanosuke
~~ Masayuki
~~ Okuni
~~ Sessai

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Volcarona

Pokémon Type:
~~ Type 1: Bug
~~ Type 2: Fire

Stat Ratings:
~~ Attack : 5/5
~~ Speed  : 4/5
~~ Range  : 3
~~ Defense: 3/5
~~ HP     : 4/5

Move Data:
~~ Move's Name    : Fiery Dance
~~ Move's Type    : Fire
~~ Targeting Notes: User moves forward two tiles, hitting all
                    non-diagonally-adjacent tiles from that new spot; may burn

Ability Data:
~~ Ability 1: Flame Body
~~ Ability 2: Frighten
~~ Ability 3: Sponge

Where/How to Find Pokémon:
~~ Evolve from Larvesta

Potential Evolutions:
~~ N/A

Perfect Link Warriors:
~~ Hidenaga
~~ Kamanosuke
~~ Masayuki
~~ Okuni
~~ Sessai

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Onix

Pokémon Type:
~~ Type 1: Rock
~~ Type 2: Ground

Stat Ratings:
~~ Attack : 1/5
~~ Speed  : 3/5
~~ Range  : 2
~~ Defense: 4/5
~~ HP     : 1/5

Move Data:
~~ Move's Name    : Rock Tomb
~~ Move's Type    : Rock
~~ Targeting Notes: Hits an enemy two tiles away

Ability Data:
~~ Ability 1: Sturdy
~~ Ability 2: Jagged Edge
~~ Ability 3: Frighten

Where/How to Find Pokémon:
~~ Cragspur
~~ Terrera

Potential Evolutions:
~~ Steelix: Equip a Metal Coat and beat a Warrior

Perfect Link Warriors:
~~ Gen'an
~~ Nobufasa

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Steelix

Pokémon Type:
~~ Type 1: Steel
~~ Type 2: Ground

Stat Ratings:
~~ Attack : 3/5
~~ Speed  : 1/5
~~ Range  : 2
~~ Defense: 5/5
~~ HP     : 3/5

Move Data:
~~ Move's Name    : Iron Tail
~~ Move's Type    : Steel
~~ Targeting Notes: Hits the three tiles in front of the user and pushes all
                    hit enemies back one tile

Ability Data:
~~ Ability 1: Sturdy
~~ Ability 2: Jagged Edge
~~ Ability 3: Frighten

Where/How to Find Pokémon:
~~ Terrera
~~ Valora
~~ Evolve from Onix

Potential Evolutions:
~~ N/A

Perfect Link Warriors:
~~ Gen'an
~~ Nobufasa

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Beedrill

Pokémon Type:
~~ Type 1: Bug
~~ Type 2: Poison

Stat Ratings:
~~ Attack : 2/5
~~ Speed  : 3/5
~~ Range  : 3
~~ Defense: 2/5
~~ HP     : 3/5

Move Data:
~~ Move's Name    : Twineedle
~~ Move's Type    : Bug
~~ Targeting Notes: Hits two tiles in the user's facing two times

Ability Data:
~~ Ability 1: Vanguard
~~ Ability 2: Mountaineer
~~ Ability 3: Swarm

Where/How to Find Pokémon:
~~ Chrysalia
~~ Viperia

Potential Evolutions:
~~ N/A

Perfect Link Warriors:
~~ Masatsuna
~~ Omi
~~ Sena

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Munchlax

Pokémon Type:
~~ Type 1: Normal
~~ Type 2: N/A

Stat Ratings:
~~ Attack : 3/5
~~ Speed  : 1/5
~~ Range  : 3
~~ Defense: 2/5
~~ HP     : 5/5

Move Data:
~~ Move's Name    : Tackle
~~ Move's Type    : Normal
~~ Targeting Notes: Hits an adjacent enemy

Ability Data:
~~ Ability 1: Lunchbox
~~ Ability 2: Power Nap
~~ Ability 3: Thick Fat

Where/How to Find Pokémon:
~~ Aurora

Potential Evolutions:
~~ Snorlax: 50+% Link

Perfect Link Warriors:
~~ Takanobu

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Snorlax

Pokémon Type:
~~ Type 1: Normal
~~ Type 2: N/A

Stat Ratings:
~~ Attack : 4/5
~~ Speed  : 1/5
~~ Range  : 2
~~ Defense: 3/5
~~ HP     : 5/5

Move Data:
~~ Move's Name    : Body Slam
~~ Move's Type    : Normal
~~ Targeting Notes: Hits an enemy two tiles away; may paralyze

Ability Data:
~~ Ability 1: Deep Sleep
~~ Ability 2: Immunity
~~ Ability 3: Thick Fat

Where/How to Find Pokémon:
~~ Aurora
~~ Evolve from Munchlax

Potential Evolutions:
~~ N/A

Perfect Link Warriors:
~~ Takanobu

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Emolga

Pokémon Type:
~~ Type 1: Electric
~~ Type 2: Flying

Stat Ratings:
~~ Attack : 2/5
~~ Speed  : 4/5
~~ Range  : 4
~~ Defense: 2/5
~~ HP     : 2/5

Move Data:
~~ Move's Name    : Volt Switch
~~ Move's Type    : Electric
~~ Targeting Notes: Hits an enemy two tiles away, then the user will move
                    backwards one tile, switching positions with any Pokémon
                    (friend or foe) that is there

Ability Data:
~~ Ability 1: Static
~~ Ability 2: Instinct
~~ Ability 3: Celebrate

Where/How to Find Pokémon:
~~ Violight

Potential Evolutions:
~~ N/A

Perfect Link Warriors:
~~ Iroha
~~ Tsunenaga

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Sneasel

Pokémon Type:
~~ Type 1: Dark
~~ Type 2: Ice

Stat Ratings:
~~ Attack : 3/5
~~ Speed  : 5/5
~~ Range  : 3
~~ Defense: 2/5
~~ HP     : 2/5

Move Data:
~~ Move's Name    : Faint Attack
~~ Move's Type    : Dark
~~ Targeting Notes: Hits an adjacent enemy

Ability Data:
~~ Ability 1: Inner Focus
~~ Ability 2: High-Rise
~~ Ability 3: Melee

Where/How to Find Pokémon:
~~ Nixtorm
~~ Yaksha

Potential Evolutions:
~~ Weevile: Equip with a Razor Claw  AND  get a Speed of 175

Perfect Link Warriors:
~~ Kunoichi
~~ Toshimitsu

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Weavile

Pokémon Type:
~~ Type 1: Dark
~~ Type 2: Ice

Stat Ratings:
~~ Attack : 4/5
~~ Speed  : 5/5
~~ Range  : 3
~~ Defense: 3/5
~~ HP     : 3/5

Move Data:
~~ Move's Name    : Night Slash
~~ Move's Type    : Dark
~~ Targeting Notes: Hits the three tiles in front of the user

Ability Data:
~~ Ability 1: Dodge
~~ Ability 2: High-Rise
~~ Ability 3: Shadow Smack

Where/How to Find Pokémon:
~~ Evolve from Sneasel

Potential Evolutions:
~~ N/A

Perfect Link Warriors:
~~ Kunoichi
~~ Toshimitsu

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Misdreavus

Pokémon Type:
~~ Type 1: Ghost
~~ Type 2: N/A

Stat Ratings:
~~ Attack : 3/5
~~ Speed  : 3/5
~~ Range  : 3
~~ Defense: 3/5
~~ HP     : 2/5

Move Data:
~~ Move's Name    : Astonish
~~ Move's Type    : Ghost
~~ Targeting Notes: Hits an adjacent enemy and pushes them back one tile

Ability Data:
~~ Ability 1: Levitate
~~ Ability 2: N/A
~~ Ability 3: N/A

Where/How to Find Pokémon:
~~ Spectra

Potential Evolutions:
~~ Mismagius: Equip with a Dusk Stone

Perfect Link Warriors:
~~ Jinpachi
~~ No
~~ Tenkai

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Mismagius

Pokémon Type:
~~ Type 1: Ghost
~~ Type 2: N/A

Stat Ratings:
~~ Attack : 3/5
~~ Speed  : 4/5
~~ Range  : 3
~~ Defense: 3/5
~~ HP     : 2/5

Move Data:
~~ Move's Name    : Shadow Ball
~~ Move's Type    : Ghost
~~ Targeting Notes: Hits an enemy two tiles away

Ability Data:
~~ Ability 1: Levitate
~~ Ability 2: N/A
~~ Ability 3: N/A

Where/How to Find Pokémon:
~~ Evolve from Misdreavus

Potential Evolutions:
~~ N/A

Perfect Link Warriors:
~~ Jinpachi
~~ No
~~ Tenkai

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Audino

Pokémon Type:
~~ Type 1: Normal
~~ Type 2: N/A

Stat Ratings:
~~ Attack : 2/5
~~ Speed  : 2/5
~~ Range  : 3
~~ Defense: 3/5
~~ HP     : 4/5

Move Data:
~~ Move's Name    : Pound
~~ Move's Type    : Normal
~~ Targeting Notes: Hits an adjacent enemy

Ability Data:
~~ Ability 1: Life Force
~~ Ability 2: Healer
~~ Ability 3: Medic

Where/How to Find Pokémon:
~~ Aurora

Potential Evolutions:
~~ N/A

Perfect Link Warriors:
~~ Yukinaga

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Carnivine

Pokémon Type:
~~ Type 1: Grass
~~ Type 2: N/A

Stat Ratings:
~~ Attack : 3/5
~~ Speed  : 2/5
~~ Range  : 3
~~ Defense: 3/5
~~ HP     : 3/5

Move Data:
~~ Move's Name    : Vine Whip
~~ Move's Type    : Grass
~~ Targeting Notes: Hits the three tiles in front of the user

Ability Data:
~~ Ability 1: Levitate
~~ Ability 2: N/A
~~ Ability 3: N/A

Where/How to Find Pokémon:
~~ Greenleaf

Potential Evolutions:
~~ N/A

Perfect Link Warriors:
~~ Ekei
~~ Yoshinaki

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Spiritomb

Pokémon Type:
~~ Type 1: Ghost
~~ Type 2: Dark

~~ Trivial note: That typing actually means it has no weaknesses!

Stat Ratings:
~~ Attack : 3/5
~~ Speed  : 1/5
~~ Range  : 3
~~ Defense: 5/5
~~ HP     : 2/5

Move Data:
~~ Move's Name    : Shadow Sneak
~~ Move's Type    : Ghost
~~ Targeting Notes: Hits an adjacent enemy

Ability Data:
~~ Ability 1: Interference
~~ Ability 2: Frighten
~~ Ability 3: Black Hole

Where/How to Find Pokémon:
~~ Spectra
~~ Yaksha

Potential Evolutions:
~~ N/A

Perfect Link Warriors:
~~ Chiyome
~~ Danzo

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Scyther

Pokémon Type:
~~ Type 1: Bug
~~ Type 2: Flying

Stat Ratings:
~~ Attack : 4/5
~~ Speed  : 4/5
~~ Range  : 3
~~ Defense: 3/5
~~ HP     : 3/5

Move Data:
~~ Move's Name    : Fury Cutter
~~ Move's Type    : Bug
~~ Targeting Notes: Hits the three tiles in front of the user

Ability Data:
~~ Ability 1: Swarm
~~ Ability 2: Parry
~~ Ability 3: Vanguard

Where/How to Find Pokémon:
~~ Avia
~~ Chrysalia

Potential Evolutions:
~~ Scizor: Equip a Metal Coat and beat a Warrior

Perfect Link Warriors:
~~ Munenori
~~ Shigezane

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Scizor

Pokémon Type:
~~ Type 1: Bug
~~ Type 2: Steel

Stat Ratings:
~~ Attack : 4/5
~~ Speed  : 3/5
~~ Range  : 3
~~ Defense: 4/5
~~ HP     : 3/5

Move Data:
~~ Move's Name    : X-Scissor
~~ Move's Type    : Bug
~~ Targeting Notes: Hits an adjacent tile and all diagonally-adjacent tiles
                    from there

Ability Data:
~~ Ability 1: Swarm
~~ Ability 2: Parry
~~ Ability 3: Pride

Where/How to Find Pokémon:
~~ Chrysalia
~~ Valora
~~ Evolve from Scyther

Potential Evolutions:
~~ N/A

Perfect Link Warriors:
~~ Munenori
~~ Shigezane

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Lapras

Pokémon Type:
~~ Type 1: Water
~~ Type 2: Ice

Stat Ratings:
~~ Attack : 3/5
~~ Speed  : 2/5
~~ Range  : 3
~~ Defense: 3/5
~~ HP     : 5/5

Move Data:
~~ Move's Name    : Ice Beam
~~ Move's Type    : Ice
~~ Targeting Notes: Hits three tiles in the user's facing; may freeze

Ability Data:
~~ Ability 1: Shell Armor
~~ Ability 2: Wave Rider
~~ Ability 3: Water Absorb

Where/How to Find Pokémon:
~~ Nixtorm

Potential Evolutions:
~~ N/A

Perfect Link Warriors:
~~ Fujitaka
~~ Hidemitsu
~~ Mitsuhide

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Terrakion

Pokémon Type:
~~ Type 1: Rock
~~ Type 2: Fighting

Stat Ratings:
~~ Attack : 4/5
~~ Speed  : 4/5
~~ Range  : 3
~~ Defense: 4/5
~~ HP     : 4/5

Move Data:
~~ Move's Name    : Sacred Sword
~~ Move's Type    : Fighting
~~ Targeting Notes: Hits an adjacent enemy

Ability Data:
~~ Ability 1: Justified
~~ Ability 2: N/A
~~ Ability 3: N/A

Where/How to Find Pokémon:
~~ When you get Keiji to have a 70+% Link with a Bastiodon, and he's in your
   army obviously, you'll randomly find this in Cragspur.

Potential Evolutions:
~~ N/A

Perfect Link Warriors:
~~ Keiji

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Articuno

Pokémon Type:
~~ Type 1: Ice
~~ Type 2: Flying

Stat Ratings:
~~ Attack : 3/5
~~ Speed  : 3/5
~~ Range  : 3
~~ Defense: 5/5
~~ HP     : 5/5

Move Data:
~~ Move's Name    : Blizzard
~~ Move's Type    : Ice
~~ Targeting Notes: Hits two and three tiles away from the user, and one tile
                    left and right of both of those spaces; may freeze

Ability Data:
~~ Ability 1: Frostbite
~~ Ability 2: N/A
~~ Ability 3: N/A

Where/How to Find Pokémon:
~~ After clearing Mitsuhide's side-story "Tragic Determination", and having
   gotten all areas in Nixtorm to be Level 3, Articuno will randomly appear in
   Nixtorm.

Potential Evolutions:
~~ N/A

Perfect Link Warriors:
~~ Mitsuhide

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Registeel

Pokémon Type:
~~ Type 1: Steel
~~ Type 2: N/A

Stat Ratings:
~~ Attack : 2/5
~~ Speed  : 2/5
~~ Range  : 2
~~ Defense: 5/5
~~ HP     : 3/5

Move Data:
~~ Move's Name    : Flash Cannon
~~ Move's Type    : Steel
~~ Targeting Notes: Hits a tile two tiles away and all non-diagonally-adjacent
                    tiles from there

Ability Data:
~~ Ability 1: Clear Body
~~ Ability 2: N/A
~~ Ability 3: N/A

Where/How to Find Pokémon:
~~ First, you'll need the Unifier Crystal. To get that, you'll need 15+ special
   Warriors (i.e. Warlords) to have Pokémon they have a 100% Link. After having
   obtained the Unifier Crystal, you'll need to equip it on Ieyasu and end a
   turn in Valora.

Potential Evolutions:
~~ N/A

Perfect Link Warriors:
~~ Ieyasu

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Groudon

Pokémon Type:
~~ Type 1: Ground
~~ Type 2: N/A

Stat Ratings:
~~ Attack : 5/5
~~ Speed  : 4/5
~~ Range  : 2
~~ Defense: 5/5
~~ HP     : 4/5

Move Data:
~~ Move's Name    : Earth Power
~~ Move's Type    : Ground
~~ Targeting Notes: Hits a tile two tiles away and all non-diagonally-adjacent
                    tiles from there

Ability Data:
~~ Ability 1: Hot-Blooded
~~ Ability 2: N/A
~~ Ability 3: N/A

Where/How to Find Pokémon:
~~ After having cleared Shingen's side-story "Archenemies", and getting all of
   Terrera's areas to Level 3, it will randomly appear in Terrera.

Potential Evolutions:
~~ N/A

Perfect Link Warriors:
~~ Shingen

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Dialga

Pokémon Type:
~~ Type 1: Steel
~~ Type 2: Dragon

Stat Ratings:
~~ Attack : 5/5
~~ Speed  : 4/5
~~ Range  : 3
~~ Defense: 5/5
~~ HP     : 4/5

Move Data:
~~ Move's Name    : Roar of Tiem
~~ Move's Type    : Dragon
~~ Targeting Notes: Hits two tiles in the user's facing, and one tile left and
                    right of both of those tiles

Ability Data:
~~ Ability 1: Tenacity
~~ Ability 2: N/A
~~ Ability 3: N/A

Where/How to Find Pokémon:
~~ First, you'll need the Warrior Crystal: for that, you'll need both Ina and
   Tadakatsu to be of Rank 2 and in Valora. After that, you'll also need about
   fifty Warriors and/or Warlords in your army. Then you'll need to equip the
   Warrior Crystal onto Tadakatsu and end a month in Dragnor.

   (Credits to Brayden Morris for correcting me.)

Potential Evolutions:
~~ N/A

Perfect Link Warriors:
~~ Tadakatsu

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Mewtwo

Pokémon Type:
~~ Type 1: Psychic
~~ Type 2: N/A

Stat Ratings:
~~ Attack : 5/5
~~ Speed  : 5/5
~~ Range  : 4
~~ Defense: 4/5
~~ HP     : 5/5

Move Data:
~~ Move's Name    : Psystrike
~~ Move's Type    : Psychic
~~ Targeting Notes: Hits two tiles in the user's facing, and one tile left and
                    right of both of those tiles

Ability Data:
~~ Ability 1: Life Force
~~ Ability 2: N/A
~~ Ability 3: N/A

Where/How to Find Pokémon:
~~ After having cleared Kenshin's side-story "The Joy of Battle", and getting
   all areas in Illusio to Level 3, Mewtwo randomly appears in Illusio.

   According to Brayden Morris, you only need the Snowy Mountain and Floating
   Rock at Level 3.

Potential Evolutions:
~~ N/A

Perfect Link Warriors:
~~ Kenshin

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Reshiram

Pokémon Type:
~~ Type 1: Dragon
~~ Type 2: Fire 

Stat Ratings:
~~ Attack : 5/5
~~ Speed  : 4/5
~~ Range  : 3
~~ Defense: 5/5
~~ HP     : 4/5

Move Data:
~~ Move's Name    : Blue Flare
~~ Move's Type    : Fire
~~ Targeting Notes: Hits a tile two tiles away and non-diagonally-adjacent
                    tiles from there; may burn

Ability Data:
~~ Ability 1: Turboblaze
~~ Ability 2: N/A
~~ Ability 3: N/A

Where/How to Find Pokémon:
~~ Randomly appears in Ignis during Hideyoshi's side-story "Happily Ever
   After".

Potential Evolutions:
~~ N/A

Perfect Link Warriors:
~~ Hideyoshi

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Zekrom

Pokémon Type:
~~ Type 1: Dragon
~~ Type 2: Electric

Stat Ratings:
~~ Attack : 5/5
~~ Speed  : 4/5
~~ Range  : 3
~~ Defense: 5/5
~~ HP     : 4/5

Move Data:
~~ Move's Name    : Bolt Strike
~~ Move's Type    : Electric
~~ Targeting Notes: Hits an adjacent enemy and pushes them back

Ability Data:
~~ Ability 1: Teravolt
~~ Ability 2: N/A
~~ Ability 3: N/A

Where/How to Find Pokémon:
~~ First, you'll need the Warrior Crystal. For this one, get Nobunaga,
   Mitsuhide, and Ranmaru to Rank 2 and in the same kingdom. Once you get the
   Crystal, equip it to Nobunaga and Zekrom will randomly appear in Violight.

Potential Evolutions:
~~ N/A

Perfect Link Warriors:
~~ Nobunaga

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Arceus

Pokémon Type:
~~ Type 1: Normal
~~ Type 2: N/A

Stat Ratings:
~~ Attack : 4/5
~~ Speed  : 5/5
~~ Range  : 4
~~ Defense: 5/5
~~ HP     : 5/5

Move Data:
~~ Move's Name    : Judgment
~~ Move's Type    : Normal
~~ Targeting Notes: Hits all tiles surrounding the user and defies immunities

Ability Data:
~~ Ability 1: Omnipotence (various abilities rolled into one!)
~~ Ability 2: N/A
~~ Ability 3: N/A

Where/How to Find Pokémon:
~~ Will randomly appear in Aurora when the main character has an 80+% Link
   with Eevee, Flareon, Vaporeon, Jolteon, Umbreon, Espeon, Glaceon, or
   Leafeon. (You only need one.) Thanks to JF Tanguay for this info!

Potential Evolutions:
~~ N/A

Perfect Link Warriors:
~~ The Main Character

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Rayquaza

Pokémon Type:
~~ Type 1: Dragon
~~ Type 2: Flying

Stat Ratings:
~~ Attack : 5/5
~~ Speed  : 4/5
~~ Range  : 4
~~ Defense: 4/5
~~ HP     : 5/5

Move Data:
~~ Move's Name    : Dragon Pulse
~~ Move's Type    : Dragon
~~ Targeting Notes: Hits three tiles in the user's facing

Ability Data:
~~ Ability 1: Sky Energy
~~ Ability 2: N/A
~~ Ability 3: N/A

Where/How to Find Pokémon:
~~ It will appear randomly in Dragnor after having all other legendary Pokémon
   in the Gallery: that means Terrakion, Articuno, Registeel, Dialga, Groudon,
   Mewtwo, Reshiram, Zekrom, and Arceus. (Obviously, there are others, but they
   can't be in here because the game doesn't use all 649 Pokémon. v_v)

Potential Evolutions:
~~ N/A

Perfect Link Warriors:
~~ Nobunaga

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This section contains data on all 163 of the Regular Warriors in this game.
The regular Warriors are the ones who usually always will remain of the same
rank, and will always have the silvery background whenever a picture of their
Pokémon in shown on the heads-up display in battle.

As would be expected, I'm doing this in alphabetical order.

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[section format - Warrior name here]

Pokémon Specialty:
~~ What Pokémon type(s) is this Warrior best Linked with?

Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : Affects human-to-human interactions.
~~ Wisdom  : Affects human-to-human interactions.
~~ Charisma: Affects human-to-human interactions.
~~ Capacity: How many Pokémon this Warrior can be Linked with simultaneously.

Perfect Link Pokémon:
~~ Which Pokémon can this Warrior perform a 100% Link with?

Warrior Skill:
~~ What is this Warrior's skill? What does it do?

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Akizane

Pokémon Specialty:
~~ Electric

Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 58
~~ Wisdom  : 40
~~ Charisma: 61
~~ Capacity: 4

Perfect Link Pokémon:
~~ Pichu
~~ Pikachu
~~ Raichu

Warrior Skill:
~~ Fortify (raises Defense for three turns)

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Asa

Pokémon Specialty:
~~ Poison
~~ Ghost

Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 57
~~ Wisdom  : 68
~~ Charisma: 50
~~ Capacity: 3

Perfect Link Pokémon:
~~ Drifloon
~~ Drifblim

Warrior Skill:
~~ Sweet Song (restores all allies' HP by up to 50 HP or so)

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Asahi

Pokémon Specialty:
~~ Ground
~~ Fire

Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 34
~~ Wisdom  : 47
~~ Charisma: 70
~~ Capacity: 3

Perfect Link Pokémon:
~~ Drilbur
~~ Excadrill

Warrior Skill:
~~ Salve (cures user's and adjacent allies' status ailments)

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Bokuden

Pokémon Specialty:
~~ Steel

Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 95
~~ Wisdom  : 30
~~ Charisma: 50
~~ Capacity: 4

Perfect Link Pokémon:
~~ Shieldon
~~ Bastiodon

Warrior Skill:
~~ Rally (raises user's and adjacent allies' Attack for three turns)

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Bokuzen

Pokémon Specialty:
~~ Ghost

Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 62
~~ Wisdom  : 52
~~ Charisma: 68
~~ Capacity: 6

Perfect Link Pokémon:
~~ Gastly
~~ Haunter
~~ Gengar

Warrior Skill:
~~ Added Bonus (raises chance of inflicting statuses for three turns)

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Chacha

Pokémon Specialty:
~~ Normal

Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 34
~~ Wisdom  : 69
~~ Charisma: 78
~~ Capacity: 2

Perfect Link Pokémon:
~~ Minccino
~~ Cinccino

Warrior Skill:
~~ Salve (cures the statuses of user and adjacent allies)

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Chikamasa

Pokémon Specialty:
~~ Water

Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 87
~~ Wisdom  : 21
~~ Charisma: 63
~~ Capacity: 4

Perfect Link Pokémon:
~~ Wooper
~~ Quagsire

Warrior Skill:
~~ Shout (cures all allies of sleeping or confusion)

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Chikayasu

Pokémon Specialty:
~~ Water

Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 73
~~ Wisdom  : 78
~~ Charisma: 72
~~ Capacity: 6

Perfect Link Pokémon:
~~ Oshawott
~~ Dewott
~~ Samurott

Warrior Skill:
~~ Brotherhood (raises Defense of user and adjacent allies for three turns)

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Chiyo

Pokémon Specialty:
~~ Normal

Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 30
~~ Wisdom  : 67
~~ Charisma: 67
~~ Capacity: 4

Perfect Link Pokémon:
~~ Igglybuff
~~ Jigglypuff
~~ Wigglytuff

Warrior Skill:
~~ Sweet Song (restores all allies' HP by up to 50 HP or so)

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Chiyome

Pokémon Specialty:
~~ Dark
~~ Ground

Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 60
~~ Wisdom  : 67
~~ Charisma: 68
~~ Capacity: 4

Perfect Link Pokémon:
~~ Spiritomb

Warrior Skill:
~~ Crack Shot (this turn's move will hit)

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Choan

Pokémon Specialty:
~~ Normal
~~ Steel

Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 2
~~ Wisdom  : 62
~~ Charisma: 71
~~ Capacity: 2

Perfect Link Pokémon:
~~ Bidoof
~~ Bibarel

Warrior Skill:
~~ Added Bonus (raises the chance of inflicting statuses)

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Danzo

Pokémon Specialty:
~~ Flying
~~ Dark

Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 79
~~ Wisdom  : 89
~~ Charisma: 48
~~ Capacity: 3

Perfect Link Pokémon:
~~ Spiritomb

Warrior Skill:
~~ Crack Shot (this turn's move will hit)

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Dosan

Pokémon Specialty:
~~ Poison
~~ Ghost

Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 73
~~ Wisdom  : 93
~~ Charisma: 82
~~ Capacity: 8

Perfect Link Pokémon:
~~ Ekans
~~ Arbok

Warrior Skill:
~~ Quike Strike (raises Range and hit enemies will flinch)

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Dosetsu

Pokémon Specialty:
~~ Electric

Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 85
~~ Wisdom  : 86
~~ Charisma: 76
~~ Capacity: 7

Perfect Link Pokémon:
~~ Shinx
~~ Luxio
~~ Luxray

Warrior Skill:
~~ Marksman (raises accuracy and critical-hit rate for three turns)

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Ekei

Pokémon Specialty:
~~ Grass

Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 6
~~ Wisdom  : 80
~~ Charisma: 68
~~ Capacity: 2

Perfect Link Pokémon:
~~ Carnivine

Warrior Skill:
~~ Convalesce (restores HP of user and adjacent allies over three turns)

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Fujitaka

Pokémon Specialty:
~~ Psychic
~~ Ice

Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 70
~~ Wisdom  : 85
~~ Charisma: 80
~~ Capacity: 6

Perfect Link Pokémon:
~~ Lapras

Warrior Skill:
~~ Fortify (raises Defense for three turns)

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Gen'an

Pokémon Specialty:
~~ Rock

Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 2
~~ Wisdom  : 83
~~ Charisma: 80
~~ Capacity: 5

Perfect Link Pokémon:
~~ Onix
~~ Steelix

Warrior Skill:
~~ Temperate (cures allies of being burned or frozen)

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Genba

Pokémon Specialty:
~~ Flying
~~ Dark

Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 79
~~ Wisdom  : 75
~~ Charisma: 48
~~ Capacity: 3

Perfect Link Pokémon:
~~ Scraggy
~~ Scrafty

Warrior Skill:
~~ Top Speed (raises Range by 2)

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Go

Pokémon Specialty:
~~ Water
~~ Normal

Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 33
~~ Wisdom  : 55
~~ Charisma: 75
~~ Capacity: 4

Perfect Link Pokémon:
~~ Piplup
~~ Prinplup
~~ Empoleon

Warrior Skill:
~~ Fortify (raises Defense for three turns)

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Gotoku

Pokémon Specialty:
~~ Dragon

Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 48
~~ Wisdom  : 61
~~ Charisma: 72
~~ Capacity: 2

Perfect Link Pokémon:
~~ Deino
~~ Zweilous
~~ Hydreigon

Warrior Skill:
~~ Crack Shot (this turn's move will hit)

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Hana

Pokémon Specialty:
~~ Psychic

Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 70
~~ Wisdom  : 57
~~ Charisma: 50
~~ Capacity: 5

Perfect Link Pokémon:
~~ Munna
~~ Musharna

Warrior Skill:
~~ Temperate (cures all allies of burns or freezes)

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Harunaga

Pokémon Specialty:
~~ Fire

Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 14
~~ Wisdom  : 42
~~ Charisma: 57
~~ Capacity: 2

Perfect Link Pokémon:
~~ Darumaka
~~ Darmanitan

Warrior Skill:
~~ Crack Shot (this turn's move will hit)

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Harutaka

Pokémon Specialty:
~~ Ground
~~ Normal

Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 82
~~ Wisdom  : 95
~~ Charisma: 79
~~ Capacity: 6

Perfect Link Pokémon:
~~ Gible
~~ Gabite
~~ Garchomp

Warrior Skill:
~~ Mighty Blow (raises Attack significantly)

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Haruyuki

Pokémon Specialty:
~~ Flying
~~ Ground

Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 41
~~ Wisdom  : 92
~~ Charisma: 69
~~ Capacity: 5

Perfect Link Pokémon:
~~ Rufflet
~~ Braviary

Warrior Skill:
~~ Quick Strike (increases Range and makes hit enemies flinch)

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Hatsu

Pokémon Specialty:
~~ Normal

Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 32
~~ Wisdom  : 55
~~ Charisma: 74
~~ Capacity: 4

Perfect Link Pokémon:
~~ Igglybuff
~~ Jigglypuff
~~ Wigglytuff

Warrior Skill:
~~ Detox (cures all allies of poison and confusion)

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Hatsume

Pokémon Specialty:
~~ Steel
~~ Fire

Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 62
~~ Wisdom  : 55
~~ Charisma: 73
~~ Capacity: 3

Perfect Link Pokémon:
~~ Pawniard
~~ Bisharp

Warrior Skill:
~~ Top Speed (ups Range by two)

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Hideaki

Pokémon Specialty:
~~ Bug
~~ Fire

Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 23
~~ Wisdom  : 23
~~ Charisma: 23
~~ Capacity: 3

Perfect Link Pokémon:
~~ Venipede
~~ Whirlipede
~~ Scolipede

Warrior Skill:
~~ Fortify (raises Defense for three turns)

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Hidemitsu

Pokémon Specialty:
~~ Ice

Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 78
~~ Wisdom  : 44
~~ Charisma: 72
~~ Capacity: 5

Perfect Link Pokémon:
~~ Lapras

Warrior Skill:
~~ Shout (cures all allies of sleep or confusion)

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Hidenaga

Pokémon Specialty:
~~ Fire

Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 68
~~ Wisdom  : 78
~~ Charisma: 77
~~ Capacity: 5

Perfect Link Pokémon:
~~ Larvesta
~~ Volcarona

Warrior Skill:
~~ Convalesce (restores HP of the user and adjacent allies over three turns)

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Hidetada

Pokémon Specialty:
~~ Steel

Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 18
~~ Wisdom  : 73
~~ Charisma: 75
~~ Capacity: 5

Perfect Link Pokémon:
~~ Pawniard
~~ Bisharp

Warrior Skill:
~~ Salves (cures all statuses for user and adjacent allies)

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Hideyori

Pokémon Specialty:
~~ Fire

Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 20
~~ Wisdom  : 26
~~ Charisma: 68
~~ Capacity: 6

Perfect Link Pokémon:
~~ Chimchar
~~ Monferno

Warrior Skill:
~~ Salve (cures all statuses of user and adjacent allies)

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Hiroko

Pokémon Specialty:
~~ Ice

Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 38
~~ Wisdom  : 63
~~ Charisma: 66
~~ Capacity: 5

Perfect Link Pokémon:
~~ Snorunt
~~ Froslass

Warrior Skill:
~~ Detox (cures all allies of poison and paralysis)

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Hisaaki

Pokémon Specialty:
~~ Fighting

Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 71
~~ Wisdom  : 69
~~ Charisma: 60
~~ Capacity: 5

Perfect Link Pokémon:
~~ Scraggy
~~ Scrafty

Warrior Skill:
~~ High Jump (allows Pokémon to climb higher)

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Hisahide

Pokémon Specialty:
~~ Dark

Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 62
~~ Wisdom  : 92
~~ Charisma: 65
~~ Capacity: 6

Perfect Link Pokémon:
~~ Deino
~~ Zweilous
~~ Hydreigon

Warrior Skill:
~~ Quick Strike (ups Range and makes hit enemies flinch)

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Iroha

Pokémon Specialty:
~~ Flying

Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 58
~~ Wisdom  : 59
~~ Charisma: 50
~~ Capacity: 4

Perfect Link Pokémon:
~~ Emolga

Warrior Skill:
~~ Added Bonus (increases chance of inflicting status ailments)

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Isa

Pokémon Specialty:
~~ Fighting

Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 80
~~ Wisdom  : 43
~~ Charisma: 65
~~ Capacity: 4

Perfect Link Pokémon:
~~ Machop
~~ Machoke
~~ Machamp

Warrior Skill:
~~ Adrenaline (raises Attack for three turns)

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Ise

Pokémon Specialty:
~~ Psychic

Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 66
~~ Wisdom  : 52
~~ Charisma: 61
~~ Capacity: 4

Perfect Link Pokémon:
~~ Gothita
~~ Gothorita
~~ Gothitelle

Warrior Skill:
~~ Eagle Eye (increases accuracy for three turns)

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Isuke

Pokémon Specialty:
~~ Dark

Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 72
~~ Wisdom  : 68
~~ Charisma: 63
~~ Capacity: 3

Perfect Link Pokémon:
~~ Sandile
~~ Krokorok
~~ Krookodile

Warrior Skill:
~~ Top Speed (ups Range by two)

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Ittetsu

Pokémon Specialty:
~~ Steel
~~ Ghost

Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 70
~~ Wisdom  : 72
~~ Charisma: 70
~~ Capacity: 5

Perfect Link Pokémon:
~~ Duskull
~~ Dusclops
~~ Dusknoir

Warrior Skill:
~~ Rally (raises Attack of user and adjacent allies for three turns)

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Jinpachi

Pokémon Specialty:
~~ Ghost
~~ Fire

Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 76
~~ Wisdom  : 48
~~ Charisma: 80
~~ Capacity: 4

Perfect Link Pokémon:
~~ Misdreavus
~~ Mismagius

Warrior Skill:
~~ Top Speed (increases Range by 2)

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Jubei

Pokémon Specialty:
~~ Psychic
~~ Steel

Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 76
~~ Wisdom  : 48
~~ Charisma: 80
~~ Capacity: 4

Perfect Link Pokémon:
~~ Ralts
~~ Gallade 

Warrior Skill:
~~ Impact (makes hit enemies flinch for three turns)

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Juzo

Pokémon Specialty:
~~ Fire

Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 81
~~ Wisdom  : 80
~~ Charisma: 62
~~ Capacity: 4

Perfect Link Pokémon:
~~ Pansear
~~ Simisear

Warrior Skill:
~~ Empathy (restores the HP of user and adjacent allies)

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Kageie

Pokémon Specialty:
~~ Rock
~~ Psychic

Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 90
~~ Wisdom  : 12
~~ Charisma: 59
~~ Capacity: 5

Perfect Link Pokémon:
~~ Larvitar
~~ Pupitar
~~ Tyranitar

Warrior Skill:
~~ Mighty Blow (raises Attack significantly)

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Kagekatsu

Pokémon Specialty:
~~ Psychic

Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 82
~~ Wisdom  : 71
~~ Charisma: 64
~~ Capacity: 6

Perfect Link Pokémon:
~~ Ralts
~~ Kirlia
~~ Gallade

Warrior Skill:
~~ Marksman (increases accuracy and critical-hit rate for three turns)

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Kagetsuna

Pokémon Specialty:
~~ Dragon
~~ Flying

Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 70
~~ Wisdom  : 90
~~ Charisma: 72
~~ Capacity: 6

Perfect Link Pokémon:
~~ Dratini
~~ Dragonair
~~ Dragonite

Warrior Skill:
~~ Fortify (raises Defense for three turns)

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Kamonosuke

Pokémon Specialty:
~~ Bug
~~ Fire

Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 84
~~ Wisdom  : 57
~~ Charisma: 79
~~ Capacity: 4

Perfect Link Pokémon:
~~ Larvesta
~~ Volcarona

Warrior Skill:
~~ High Jump (allows user to climb higher)

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Kame

Pokémon Specialty:
~~ Bug
~~ Steel

Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 62
~~ Wisdom  : 73
~~ Charisma: 55
~~ Capacity: 4

Perfect Link Pokémon:
~~ Pineco
~~ Forretress

Warrior Skill:
~~ Crack Shot (this turn's move will hit)

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Kanemori

Pokémon Specialty:
~~ Fighting

Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 30
~~ Wisdom  : 55
~~ Charisma: 57
~~ Capacity: 3

Perfect Link Pokémon:
~~ Croagunk
~~ Toxicroak

Warrior Skill:
~~ Brotherhood (raises Defense of user and adjacent allies for three turns)

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Kashinkoji

Pokémon Specialty:
~~ Poison

Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 42
~~ Wisdom  : 69
~~ Charisma: 53
~~ Capacity: 3

Perfect Link Pokémon:
~~ Skorupi
~~ Drapion

Warrior Skill:
~~ Eagle Eye (increases accuracy for three turns)

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Katsu

Pokémon Specialty:
~~ Steel

Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 53
~~ Wisdom  : 48
~~ Charisma: 72
~~ Capacity: 4

Perfect Link Pokémon:
~~ Aron
~~ Lairon
~~ Aggron

Warrior Skill:
~~ Quick Strike (increases Range and makes hit enemies flinch)

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Katsuyori

Pokémon Specialty:
~~ Rock
~~ Ground

Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 82
~~ Wisdom  : 56
~~ Charisma: 79
~~ Capacity: 6

Perfect Link Pokémon:
~~ Larvitar
~~ Pupitar
~~ Tyranitar

Warrior Skill:
~~ Mighty Blow (significantly raises Attack)

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Kazumasa

Pokémon Specialty:
~~ Steel

Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 51
~~ Wisdom  : 78
~~ Charisma: 72
~~ Capacity: 5

Perfect Link Pokémon:
~~ Shieldon
~~ Bastiodon

Warrior Skill:
~~ Greed (two treasure boxes appear when you defeat an enemy)

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Kazumasu

Pokémon Specialty:
~~ Water
~~ Dragon

Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 79
~~ Wisdom  : 80
~~ Charisma: 65
~~ Capacity: 6

Perfect Link Pokémon:
~~ Axew
~~ Fraxure
~~ Haxorus

Warrior Skill:
~~ Marksman (ups accuracy and critical-hit rate for three turns)

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Kazutoyo

Pokémon Specialty:
~~ Fire

Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 48
~~ Wisdom  : 51
~~ Charisma: 62
~~ Capacity: 5

Perfect Link Pokémon:
~~ Tepig
~~ Pignite
~~ Emboar

Warrior Skill:
~~ Deep Breath (heals HP at the cost of not moving for three turns)

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Kei

Pokémon Specialty:
~~ Fire
~~ Ground

Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 65
~~ Wisdom  : 48
~~ Charisma: 69
~~ Capacity: 5

Perfect Link Pokémon:
~~ Drilbur
~~ Excadrill

Warrior Skill:
~~ Adrenaline (raises Attack for three turns)

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Kitsuno

Pokémon Specialty:
~~ Dragon

Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 54
~~ Wisdom  : 72
~~ Charisma: 79
~~ Capacity: 2

Perfect Link Pokémon:
~~ Dratini
~~ Dragonair
~~ Dragonite

Warrior Skill:
~~ Sweet Song (restores all allies' HP by up to 50 HP or so)

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Kiyo

Pokémon Specialty:
~~ Electric

Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 15
~~ Wisdom  : 13
~~ Charisma: 78
~~ Capacity: 3

Perfect Link Pokémon:
~~ Blitzle
~~ Zebstrika

Warrior Skill:
~~ Temperate (cures all allies of burns and freezes)

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Koroku

Pokémon Specialty:
~~ Fighting
~~ Fire

Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 75
~~ Wisdom  : 74
~~ Charisma: 69
~~ Capacity: 4

Perfect Link Pokémon:
~~ Timburr
~~ Gurdurr
~~ Conkeldurr

Warrior Skill:
~~ Mighty Blow (significantly raises Attack)

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Maa

Pokémon Specialty:
~~ Ghost
~~ Fire

Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 57
~~ Wisdom  : 73
~~ Charisma: 50
~~ Capacity: 3

Perfect Link Pokémon:
~~ Litwick
~~ Lampent
~~ Chandelure

Warrior Skill:
~~ Added Bonus (ups the chance of inflicting statuses for three turns)

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Madoka

Pokémon Specialty:
~~ Rock

Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 58
~~ Wisdom  : 50
~~ Charisma: 62
~~ Capacity: 3

Perfect Link Pokémon:
~~ Roggenrola
~~ Boldore
~~ Gigalith

Warrior Skill:
~~ Empathy (restores the HP of the user and adjacent allies)

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Masahide

Pokémon Specialty:
~~ Dragon

Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 26
~~ Wisdom  : 79
~~ Charisma: 67
~~ Capacity: 5

Perfect Link Pokémon:
~~ Gible
~~ Gabite
~~ Garchomp

Warrior Skill:
~~ Shout (cures all allies who are confused or asleep)

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Masakage

Pokémon Specialty:
~~ Fire
~~ Ground

Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 88
~~ Wisdom  : 66
~~ Charisma: 70
~~ Capacity: 6

Perfect Link Pokémon:
~~ Charmander
~~ Charmeleon
~~ Charizard

Warrior Skill:
~~ Deep Breath (heals HP at the cost of not moving for three turns)

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Masanobu

Pokémon Specialty:
~~ Ghost
~~ Fire

Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 6
~~ Wisdom  : 95 
~~ Charisma: 53 
~~ Capacity: 3 

Perfect Link Pokémon:
~~ Litwick
~~ Lampent
~~ Chandelure

Warrior Skill:
~~ Salve (cures user and adjacent allies of all statuses)

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Masatoshi

Pokémon Specialty:
~~ Fighting

Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 70
~~ Wisdom  : 48
~~ Charisma: 58
~~ Capacity: 4

Perfect Link Pokémon:
~~ Machop
~~ Machoke
~~ Machamp

Warrior Skill:
~~ Bustle (ups Range of user and adjacent allies)

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Masatoyo

Pokémon Specialty:
~~ Ground

Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 70
~~ Wisdom  : 76
~~ Charisma: 70
~~ Capacity: 5

Perfect Link Pokémon:
~~ Rhyhorn
~~ Rhydon
~~ Rhyperior

Warrior Skill:
~~ Brotherhood (raises Defense of user and adjacent allies for three turns)

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Masatsuna

Pokémon Specialty:
~~ Bug

Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 44
~~ Wisdom  : 52
~~ Charisma: 62
~~ Capacity: 5

Perfect Link Pokémon:
~~ Beedrill

Warrior Skill:
~~ Rally (raises Attack of user and adjacent allies)

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Masayuki

Pokémon Specialty:
~~ Fire
~~ Ground

Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 74
~~ Wisdom  : 93
~~ Charisma: 74
~~ Capacity: 7

Perfect Link Pokémon:
~~ Larvesta
~~ Volcarona

Warrior Skill:
~~ Convalesce (restores the HP of user and adjacent allies over three turns)

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Mishitada

Pokémon Specialty:
~~ Ice

Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 77
~~ Wisdom  : 35
~~ Charisma: 83
~~ Capacity: 5

Perfect Link Pokémon:
~~ Spheal
~~ Sealeo
~~ Walrein

Warrior Skill:
~~ Salve (cures all statuses of the user and adjacent allies)

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Mitsuhada

Pokémon Specialty:
~~ Ice

Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 65
~~ Wisdom  : 40
~~ Charisma: 58
~~ Capacity: 3

Perfect Link Pokémon:
~~ Spheal
~~ Sealeo
~~ Walrein

Warrior Skill:
~~ Salve (cures the statuses of the user and adjacent allies)

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Morichika

Pokémon Specialty:
~~ Water

Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 77
~~ Wisdom  : 35
~~ Charisma: 83
~~ Capacity: 6

Perfect Link Pokémon:
~~ Oshawott
~~ Dewott
~~ Samurott

Warrior Skill:
~~ Eagle Eye (raises accuracy for three turns)

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Morikiyo

Pokémon Specialty:
~~ Poison

Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 68
~~ Wisdom  : 47
~~ Charisma: 61
~~ Capacity: 3

Perfect Link Pokémon:
~~ Croagunk
~~ Toxicroak

Warrior Skill:
~~ Bustle (ups the Range of the user and adjacent allies)

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Morinari

Pokémon Specialty:
~~ Ghost

Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 46
~~ Wisdom  : 70
~~ Charisma: 66
~~ Capacity: 4

Perfect Link Pokémon:
~~ Duskull
~~ Dusclops
~~ Dusknoir

Warrior Skill:
~~ Bustle (ups the Range of the user and adjacent allies)

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Motoharu

Pokémon Specialty:
~~ Dragon
~~ Grass

Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 92
~~ Wisdom  : 71
~~ Charisma: 80
~~ Capacity: 7

Perfect Link Pokémon:
~~ Axew
~~ Fraxure
~~ Haxorus

Warrior Skill:
~~ Mighty Blow (significantly raises Attack)

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Motozane

Pokémon Specialty:
~~ Bug

Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 50
~~ Wisdom  : 58
~~ Charisma: 63
~~ Capacity: 4

Perfect Link Pokémon:
~~ Joltik
~~ Galvantula

Warrior Skill:
~~ Top Speed (significantly increases Range (by two units))

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Munenori

Pokémon Specialty:
~~ Bug
~~ Steel

Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 90
~~ Wisdom  : 80
~~ Charisma: 66
~~ Capacity: 3

Perfect Link Pokémon:
~~ Scyther
~~ Scizor

Warrior Skill:
~~ Impact (makes hit enemies flinch for three turns)

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Munetoki

Pokémon Specialty:
~~ Dragon
~~ Flying

Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 76
~~ Wisdom  : 53
~~ Charisma: 60
~~ Capacity: 5

Perfect Link Pokémon:
~~ Rufflet
~~ Braviary

Warrior Skill:
~~ Deep Breath (restores HP, but cannot move for three turns)

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Munezane

Pokémon Specialty:
~~ Flying

Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 71
~~ Wisdom  : 56
~~ Charisma: 63
~~ Capacity: 5

Perfect Link Pokémon:
~~ Starly
~~ Staravia
~~ Staraptor

Warrior Skill:
~~ Eagle Eye (improves accuracy for three turns)

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Murashige

Pokémon Specialty:
~~ Grass
~~ Dragon

Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 70
~~ Wisdom  : 42
~~ Charisma: 73
~~ Capacity: 6

Perfect Link Pokémon:
~~ Treecko
~~ Grovyle
~~ Sceptile

Warrior Skill:
~~ Top Speed (raises Range by two)

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Nagahide

Pokémon Specialty:
~~ Dragon

Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 75
~~ Wisdom  : 73
~~ Charisma: 68
~~ Capacity: 5

Perfect Link Pokémon:
~~ Dratini
~~ Dragonair
~~ Dragonite

Warrior Skill:
~~ Empathy (restores the HP of the user and adjacent allies)

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Nagayasu

Pokémon Specialty:
~~ Fire

Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 68
~~ Wisdom  : 61
~~ Charisma: 63
~~ Capacity: 5

Perfect Link Pokémon:
~~ Darumaka
~~ Darmanitan

Warrior Skill:
~~ Adrenaline (raises Attack for three turns)

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Nagayoshi

Pokémon Specialty:
~~ Fighting
~~ Dragon

Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 79
~~ Wisdom  : 31
~~ Charisma: 75
~~ Capacity: 5

Perfect Link Pokémon:
~~ Riolu
~~ Lucario

Warrior Skill:
~~ Adrenaline (raises Attack for three turns)

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Naka

Pokémon Specialty:
~~ Ground
~~ Fire

Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 62
~~ Wisdom  : 54
~~ Charisma: 60
~~ Capacity: 4

Perfect Link Pokémon:
~~ Drilbur
~~ Excadrill

Warrior Skill:
~~ Temperate (cures allies from burning or freezing)

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Naoie

Pokémon Specialty:
~~ Dark

Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 70
~~ Wisdom  : 95
~~ Charisma: 79
~~ Capacity: 6

Perfect Link Pokémon:
~~ Deino
~~ Zweilous
~~ Hydreigon

Warrior Skill:
~~ Quick Strike (ups Range and makes hit enemies flinch)

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Naomasa

Pokémon Specialty:
~~ Fire
~~ Steel

Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 87
~~ Wisdom  : 72
~~ Charisma: 68
~~ Capacity: 6

Perfect Link Pokémon:
~~ Tepig
~~ Pignite
~~ Emboar

Warrior Skill:
~~ Convalesce (restores HP of the user and adjacent allies over three turns)

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Naoshige

Pokémon Specialty:
~~ Normal

Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 84
~~ Wisdom  : 84
~~ Charisma: 81
~~ Capacity: 7

Perfect Link Pokémon:
~~ Rufflet
~~ Braviary

Warrior Skill:
~~ Brotherhood (raises Defense of user and adjacent allies for three turns)

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Narimasa

Pokémon Specialty:
~~ Dragon

Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 79
~~ Wisdom  : 33
~~ Charisma: 66
~~ Capacity: 5

Perfect Link Pokémon:
~~ Gible
~~ Gabite
~~ Garchomp

Warrior Skill:
~~ Bustle (increases the Range of user and adjacent allies)

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Nobuchika

Pokémon Specialty:
~~ Water

Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 79
~~ Wisdom  : 66
~~ Charisma: 70
~~ Capacity: 5

Perfect Link Pokémon:
~~ Magikarp
~~ Gyarados

Warrior Skill:
~~ Crack Shot (this turn's move will hit)

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Nobufasa

Pokémon Specialty:
~~ Ground

Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 80
~~ Wisdom  : 50
~~ Charisma: 70
~~ Capacity: 5

Perfect Link Pokémon:
~~ Onix 
~~ Steelix

Warrior Skill:
~~ Deep Breath (restores HP, but you cannot move for three turns)

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Nobutsuna

Pokémon Specialty:
~~ Steel

Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 95
~~ Wisdom  : 42
~~ Charisma: 70
~~ Capacity: 5

Perfect Link Pokémon:
~~ Beldum
~~ Metang
~~ Metagross

Warrior Skill:
~~ Mighty Blow (increase Attack significantly)

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Norishige

Pokémon Specialty:
~~ Electric
~~ Water

Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 78
~~ Wisdom  : 45
~~ Charisma: 52
~~ Capacity: 4

Perfect Link Pokémon:
~~ Mareep
~~ Flaaffy
~~ Ampharos

Warrior Skill:
~~ Bustle (increases Range of user and adjacent allies)

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Omi

Pokémon Specialty:
~~ Poison
~~ Ghost

Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 20
~~ Wisdom  : 60
~~ Charisma: 62
~~ Capacity: 5

Perfect Link Pokémon:
~~ Beedrill

Warrior Skill:
~~ Salve (cures statuses of the user and adjacent allies)

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Otsu

Pokémon Specialty:
~~ Flying

Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 67
~~ Wisdom  : 51
~~ Charisma: 50
~~ Capacity: 3

Perfect Link Pokémon:
~~ Drifloon
~~ Drifblim

Warrior Skill:
~~ Sweet Song (restores all allies' HP by up to 50 HP or so)

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Rikyu

Pokémon Specialty:
~~ Grass
~~ Fire

Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 68
~~ Wisdom  : 66
~~ Charisma: 75
~~ Capacity: 5

Perfect Link Pokémon:
~~ Pansage
~~ Simisage

Warrior Skill:
~~ Detox (cures all allies of poisoning or paralysis)

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Sadamitsu

Pokémon Specialty:
~~ Psychic

Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 55
~~ Wisdom  : 92
~~ Charisma: 74
~~ Capacity: 5

Perfect Link Pokémon:
~~ Munna
~~ Musharna

Warrior Skill:
~~ Salve (cures user and adjacent allies of all statuses)

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Sadatoshi

Pokémon Specialty:
~~ Grass

Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 48
~~ Wisdom  : 80
~~ Charisma: 68
~~ Capacity: 5

Perfect Link Pokémon:
~~ Cottonee
~~ Whimsicott

Warrior Skill:
~~ Eagle Eye (increases accuracy for three turns)

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Saizo

Pokémon Specialty:
~~ Ghost
~~ Fire

Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 80
~~ Wisdom  : 76
~~ Charisma: 68
~~ Capacity: 4

Perfect Link Pokémon:
~~ Gastly
~~ Haunter
~~ Gengar

Warrior Skill:
~~ Detox (cures all allies of poisoning and paralysis)

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Sandayu

Pokémon Specialty:
~~ Poison

Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 87
~~ Wisdom  : 89
~~ Charisma: 64
~~ Capacity: 3

Perfect Link Pokémon:
~~ Zubat
~~ Golbat
~~ Crobat

Warrior Skill:
~~ Bustle (increases Range of user and adjacent allies)

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Saneyori

Pokémon Specialty:
~~ Psychic

Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 37
~~ Wisdom  : 77
~~ Charisma: 61
~~ Capacity: 4

Perfect Link Pokémon:
~~ Chingling
~~ Chimecho

Warrior Skill:
~~ Detox (cures all allies of poisoning and paralysis)

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Sasuke

Pokémon Specialty:
~~ Flying
~~ Fire

Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 81
~~ Wisdom  : 72
~~ Charisma: 70
~~ Capacity: 4

Perfect Link Pokémon:
~~ Chimchar
~~ Monferno
~~ Infernape

Warrior Skill:
~~ Bustle (ups the Range of the user and adjacent allies)

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Seikai

Pokémon Specialty:
~~ Fighting
~~ Fire

Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 82
~~ Wisdom  : 53
~~ Charisma: 65
~~ Capacity: 4

Perfect Link Pokémon:
~~ Timburr
~~ Gurdurr
~~ Conkeldurr

Warrior Skill:
~~ High Jump (user gets to climb higher)

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Seikuro

Pokémon Specialty:
~~ Poison

Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 60
~~ Wisdom  : 40
~~ Charisma: 43
~~ Capacity: 3

Perfect Link Pokémon:
~~ Skorupi
~~ Drapion

Warrior Skill:
~~ High Jump (user can climb higher)

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Sekiso

Pokémon Specialty:
~~ Electric

Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 38
~~ Wisdom  : 88
~~ Charisma: 80
~~ Capacity: 6

Perfect Link Pokémon:
~~ Joltik
~~ Galvantula

Warrior Skill:
~~ Deep Breath (increases HP, but can't move for three turns)

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Sen

Pokémon Specialty:
~~ Psychic

Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 27
~~ Wisdom  : 61
~~ Charisma: 48
~~ Capacity: 4

Perfect Link Pokémon:
~~ Chingling
~~ Chimecho

Warrior Skill:
~~ Brotherhood (raises Defense of user and adjacent allies for three turns)

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Sena

Pokémon Specialty:
~~ Bug

Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 48
~~ Wisdom  : 74
~~ Charisma: 50
~~ Capacity: 2

Perfect Link Pokémon:
~~ Beedrill

Warrior Skill:
~~ Eagle Eye (raises accuracy for three turns)

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Sessai

Pokémon Specialty:
~~ Ice
~~ Bug

Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 50
~~ Wisdom  : 92
~~ Charisma: 77
~~ Capacity: 6

Perfect Link Pokémon:
~~ Larvesta
~~ Volcarona

Warrior Skill:
~~ Quick Strike (increases Range and makes hit enemies flinch)

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Shigemoto

Pokémon Specialty:
~~ Ice

Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 60
~~ Wisdom  : 36
~~ Charisma: 64
~~ Capacity: 3

Perfect Link Pokémon:
~~ Cubchoo
~~ Bearctic

Warrior Skill:
~~ Empathy (restores the HP of the user and adjacent allies)

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Shigezane

Pokémon Specialty:
~~ Bug
~~ Flying

Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 85
~~ Wisdom  : 53
~~ Charisma: 66
~~ Capacity: 5

Perfect Link Pokémon:
~~ Scyther
~~ Scizor

Warrior Skill:
~~ Bustle (increases Range of the user and adjacent allies)

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Shimoyama

Pokémon Specialty:
~~ Dark

Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 79
~~ Wisdom  : 81
~~ Charisma: 43
~~ Capacity: 3

Perfect Link Pokémon:
~~ Scraggy
~~ Scrafty

Warrior Skill:
~~ Shout (cures allies of being asleep or confused)

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Shizuka

Pokémon Specialty:
~~ Rock

Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 62
~~ Wisdom  : 41
~~ Charisma: 62
~~ Capacity: 4

Perfect Link Pokémon:
~~ Rhyhorn
~~ Rhydon
~~ Rhyperior

Warrior Skill:
~~ Rally (raises the Attack of the user and adjacent allies)

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Shoun

Pokémon Specialty:
~~ Electric

Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 90
~~ Wisdom  : 70
~~ Charisma: 66
~~ Capacity: 7

Perfect Link Pokémon:
~~ Mareep
~~ Flaaffy
~~ Ampharos

Warrior Skill:
~~ Rally (ups the Attack of the user and adjacent allies for three turns)

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Sorin

Pokémon Specialty:
~~ Dark
~~ Electric

Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 69
~~ Wisdom  : 78
~~ Charisma: 83
~~ Capacity: 6

Perfect Link Pokémon:
~~ Pichu
~~ Pikachu
~~ Raichu

Warrior Skill:
~~ Rally (raises Attack of the user and adjacent allies for three turns)

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Soun

Pokémon Specialty:
~~ Rock

Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 69
~~ Wisdom  : 93
~~ Charisma: 85
~~ Capacity: 7

Perfect Link Pokémon:
~~ Larvitar
~~ Pupitar
~~ Tyranitar

Warrior Skill:
~~ Mighty Blow (significantly raises Attack)

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Tadamoto

Pokémon Specialty:
~~ Fighting

Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 78
~~ Wisdom  : 56
~~ Charisma: 60
~~ Capacity: 5

Perfect Link Pokémon:
~~ Croagunk
~~ Toxicroak

Warrior Skill:
~~ Fortify (raises Defense for three turns)

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Tadaoki

Pokémon Specialty:
~~ Psychic
~~ Ice

Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 76
~~ Wisdom  : 72
~~ Charisma: 78
~~ Capacity: 6

Perfect Link Pokémon:
~~ Gothita
~~ Gothorita
~~ Gothitelle

Warrior Skill:
~~ Mighty Blow (significantly raises Attack)

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Tadasumi

Pokémon Specialty:
~~ Electric
~~ Water

Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 16
~~ Wisdom  : 76
~~ Charisma: 28
~~ Capacity: 3

Perfect Link Pokémon:
~~ Blitzle
~~ Zebstrika

Warrior Skill:
~~ Deep Breath (restores HP, but cannot move for three turns)

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Tadatsugu

Pokémon Specialty:
~~ Steel

Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 72
~~ Wisdom  : 74
~~ Charisma: 71
~~ Capacity: 6

Perfect Link Pokémon:
~~ Aron
~~ Lairon
~~ Aggron

Warrior Skill:
~~ Empathy (restores the HP of the user and adjacent allies)

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Tadatsune

Pokémon Specialty:
~~ Fighting

Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 73
~~ Wisdom  : 56
~~ Charisma: 70
~~ Capacity: 5

Perfect Link Pokémon:
~~ Machop
~~ Machoke
~~ Machamp

Warrior Skill:
~~ Top Speed (increases Range by two units)

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Takahiro

Pokémon Specialty:
~~ Dark
~~ Psychic

Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 79
~~ Wisdom  : 44
~~ Charisma: 61
~~ Capacity: 5

Perfect Link Pokémon:
~~ Abra
~~ Kadabra
~~ Alakazam

Warrior Skill:
~~ Greed (two treasure boxes appear when defeating an enemy)

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Takahisa

Pokémon Specialty:
~~ Fighting

Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 66
~~ Wisdom  : 87
~~ Charisma: 85
~~ Capacity: 7

Perfect Link Pokémon:
~~ Timburr
~~ Gurdurr
~~ Conkeldurr

Warrior Skill:
~~ Impact (makes hit enemies flinch for three turns)

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Takakage

Pokémon Specialty:
~~ Grass

Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 69
~~ Wisdom  : 90
~~ Charisma: 84
~~ Capacity: 7

Perfect Link Pokémon:
~~ Treecko
~~ Grovyle
~~ Sceptile

Warrior Skill:
~~ Adrenaline (raises Attack for three turns)

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Takamoto

Pokémon Specialty:
~~ Grass

Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 71
~~ Wisdom  : 72
~~ Charisma: 82
~~ Capacity: 6

Perfect Link Pokémon:
~~ Snivy
~~ Servine
~~ Serperior

Warrior Skill:
~~ Brotherhood (raises Defense of user and adjacent allies for three turns)

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Takanobu

Pokémon Specialty:
~~ Fighting
~~ Normal

Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 88
~~ Wisdom  : 59
~~ Charisma: 82
~~ Capacity: 7

Perfect Link Pokémon:
~~ Munchlax
~~ Snorlax

Warrior Skill:
~~ Shout (cures allies of being asleep or confused)

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Takatane

Pokémon Specialty:
~~ Electric

Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 56
~~ Wisdom  : 43
~~ Charisma: 45
~~ Capacity: 5

Perfect Link Pokémon:
~~ Shinx
~~ Luxio
~~ Luxray

Warrior Skill:
~~ Top Speed (raises Range by two units)

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Takatora

Pokémon Specialty:
~~ Flying
~~ Fire

Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 70
~~ Wisdom  : 87
~~ Charisma: 72
~~ Capacity: 6

Perfect Link Pokémon:
~~ Litwick
~~ Lampent
~~ Chandelure

Warrior Skill:
~~ Added Bonus (ups the chance of inflicting statuses for three turns)

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Takayori

Pokémon Specialty:
~~ Electric
~~ Water

Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 49
~~ Wisdom  : 80
~~ Charisma: 62
~~ Capacity: 5

Perfect Link Pokémon:
~~ Panpour
~~ Simipour

Warrior Skill:
~~ Fortify (raises Defense for three turns)

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Takeyoshi

Pokémon Specialty:
~~ Water
~~ Grass

Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 80
~~ Wisdom  : 66
~~ Charisma: 62
~~ Capacity: 5

Perfect Link Pokémon:
~~ Magikarp
~~ Gyarados

Warrior Skill:
~~ Eagle Eye (ups accuracy for three turns)

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Tatsuko

Pokémon Specialty:
~~ Fire

Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 50
~~ Wisdom  : 55
~~ Charisma: 50
~~ Capacity: 2

Perfect Link Pokémon:
~~ Tepig
~~ Pignite
~~ Emboar

Warrior Skill:
~~ Eagle Eye (ups accuracy for three turns)

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Tenkai

Pokémon Specialty:
~~ Ghost
~~ Steel

Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 1
~~ Wisdom  : 91
~~ Charisma: 72
~~ Capacity: 2

Perfect Link Pokémon:
~~ Misdreavus
~~ Mismagius

Warrior Skill:
~~ Detox (cures all allies of poisoning and paralysis)

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Terumoto

Pokémon Specialty:
~~ Grass

Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 41
~~ Wisdom  : 26
~~ Charisma: 82
~~ Capacity: 2

Perfect Link Pokémon:
~~ Petilil
~~ Lilligant

Warrior Skill:
~~ Fortify (raises Defense for three turns)

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Tokitaka

Pokémon Specialty:
~~ Fire
~~ Fighting

Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 56
~~ Wisdom  : 65
~~ Charisma: 61
~~ Capacity: 4

Perfect Link Pokémon:
~~ Timburr
~~ Gurdurr
~~ Conkeldurr

Warrior Skill:
~~ Greed (two treasure boxes appear upon defeating an enemy)

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Toku

Pokémon Specialty:
~~ Steel

Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 44
~~ Wisdom  : 68
~~ Charisma: 50
~~ Capacity: 4

Perfect Link Pokémon:
~~ Aron
~~ Lairon
~~ Aggron

Warrior Skill:
~~ Added Bonus (upped chance of inflicting statuses for three turns)

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Tomonobu

Pokémon Specialty:
~~ Psychic

Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 74
~~ Wisdom  : 76
~~ Charisma: 68
~~ Capacity: 5

Perfect Link Pokémon:
~~ Ralts
~~ Kirlia
~~ Gardevoir

Warrior Skill:
~~ Shout (cures allies of being asleep or confused)

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Tomonori

Pokémon Specialty:
~~ Steel
~~ Dragon

Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 96
~~ Wisdom  : 21
~~ Charisma: 83
~~ Capacity: 6

Perfect Link Pokémon:
~~ Axew
~~ Fraxure
~~ Haxorus

Warrior Skill:
~~ Impact (makes hit enemies flinch for three turns)

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Toshimitsu

Pokémon Specialty:
~~ Ice

Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 68
~~ Wisdom  : 68
~~ Charisma: 68
~~ Capacity: 6

Perfect Link Pokémon:
~~ Sneasel
~~ Weavile

Warrior Skill:
~~ Impact (makes hit enemies flinch for three turns)

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Tsunamoto

Pokémon Specialty:
~~ Ice
~~ Flying

Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 66
~~ Wisdom  : 69
~~ Charisma: 60
~~ Capacity: 4

Perfect Link Pokémon:
~~ Snorunt
~~ Glalie

Warrior Skill:
~~ Adrenaline (raises Attack for three turns)

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Tsunashige

Pokémon Specialty:
~~ Fighting
~~ Rock

Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 90
~~ Wisdom  : 79
~~ Charisma: 76
~~ Capacity: 7

Perfect Link Pokémon:
~~ Roggenrola
~~ Boldore
~~ Gigalith

Warrior Skill:
~~ Marksman (ups accuracy and critical-hit rate for three turns)

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Tsunahisa

Pokémon Specialty:
~~ Normal

Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 52
~~ Wisdom  : 95
~~ Charisma: 90
~~ Capacity: 7

Perfect Link Pokémon:
~~ Meowth
~~ Persian

Warrior Skill:
~~ Salve (cures all statuses for the user and adjacent allies)

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Tsunenaga

Pokémon Specialty:
~~ Flying

Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 48
~~ Wisdom  : 44
~~ Charisma: 56
~~ Capacity: 3

Perfect Link Pokémon:
~~ Emolga

Warrior Skill:
~~ High Jump (user can climb higher)

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Tsuru

Pokémon Specialty:
~~ Ghost

Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 75
~~ Wisdom  : 43
~~ Charisma: 72
~~ Capacity: 4

Perfect Link Pokémon:
~~ Munna
~~ Musharna

Warrior Skill:
~~ Detox (cures all allies from poisoning and paralysis)

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Ujichika

Pokémon Specialty:
~~ Bug

Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 73
~~ Wisdom  : 89
~~ Charisma: 71
~~ Capacity: 7

Perfect Link Pokémon:
~~ Sewaddle
~~ Swadloon
~~ Leavanny

Warrior Skill:
~~ Temperate (cures allies of being burned or frozen)

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Ujihiro

Pokémon Specialty:
~~ Bug

Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 18
~~ Wisdom  : 60
~~ Charisma: 55
~~ Capacity: 3

Perfect Link Pokémon:
~~ Sewaddle
~~ Swadloon
~~ Leavanny

Warrior Skill:
~~ Greed (two treasure boxes appear upon defeating an enemy)

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Ujikuni

Pokémon Specialty:
~~ Rock

Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 77
~~ Wisdom  : 62
~~ Charisma: 73
~~ Capacity: 6

Perfect Link Pokémon:
~~ Anorith
~~ Armaldo

Warrior Skill:
~~ Brotherhood (raises Defense of user and adjacent allies)

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Ujimasa

Pokémon Specialty:
~~ Rock

Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 63
~~ Wisdom  : 78
~~ Charisma: 79
~~ Capacity: 7

Perfect Link Pokémon:
~~ Anorith
~~ Armaldo

Warrior Skill:
~~ Adrenaline (raises Attack for three turns)

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Ujinao

Pokémon Specialty:
~~ Rock

Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 42
~~ Wisdom  : 35
~~ Charisma: 79
~~ Capacity: 4

Perfect Link Pokémon:
~~ Anorith
~~ Armaldo

Warrior Skill:
~~ Greed (two treasure boxes appear upon defeating an enemy)

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Ujisato

Pokémon Specialty:
~~ Grass
~~ Normal

Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 73
~~ Wisdom  : 81
~~ Charisma: 82
~~ Capacity: 7

Perfect Link Pokémon:
~~ Snivy
~~ Servine
~~ Serperior

Warrior Skill:
~~ Detox (cures allies of poisoning and paralysis)

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Ujiteru

Pokémon Specialty:
~~ Rock

Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 74
~~ Wisdom  : 70
~~ Charisma: 78
~~ Capacity: 7

Perfect Link Pokémon:
~~ Shieldon
~~ Bastiodon

Warrior Skill:
~~ Shout (cures allies of being asleep or paralyzed)

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Ujizane

Pokémon Specialty:
~~ Bug

Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 6
~~ Wisdom  : 8
~~ Charisma: 62
~~ Capacity: 1 (the lowest of the whole game, I believe)

Perfect Link Pokémon:
~~ Pineco
~~ Forretress

Warrior Skill:
~~ Added Bonus (increases chance of inflicting statuses for three turns)

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Ume

Pokémon Specialty:
~~ Ground

Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 32
~~ Wisdom  : 50
~~ Charisma: 50
~~ Capacity: 3

Perfect Link Pokémon:
~~ Drilbur
~~ Excadrill

Warrior Skill:
~~ High Jump (user can climb up higher)

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Urakusai

Pokémon Specialty:
~~ Grass
~~ Dragon

Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 7
~~ Wisdom  : 5
~~ Charisma: 71
~~ Capacity: 2

Perfect Link Pokémon:
~~ Petilil
~~ Lilligant

Warrior Skill:
~~ Eagle Eye (raises accuracy for three turns)

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Yasumasa

Pokémon Specialty:
~~ Dragon
~~ Steel

Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 83
~~ Wisdom  : 51
~~ Charisma: 70
~~ Capacity: 6

Perfect Link Pokémon:
~~ Dratini
~~ Dragonair
~~ Dragonite

Warrior Skill:
~~ Marksman (raises accuracy and critical-hit rate for three turns)

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Yasunaga

Pokémon Specialty:
~~ Poison

Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 80
~~ Wisdom  : 62
~~ Charisma: 5
~~ Capacity: 5

Perfect Link Pokémon:
~~ Venipede
~~ Whirlipede
~~ Scolipede

Warrior Skill:
~~ Crack Shot (this turn's move will hit)

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Yasutomo

Pokémon Specialty:
~~ Bug

Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 71
~~ Wisdom  : 58
~~ Charisma: 59
~~ Capacity: 6

Perfect Link Pokémon:
~~ Joltik
~~ Galvantula

Warrior Skill:
~~ Mighty Blow (significantly raises Attack)

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Yataro

Pokémon Specialty:
~~ Grass
~~ Psychic

Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 92
~~ Wisdom  : 2
~~ Charisma: 55
~~ Capacity: 4

Perfect Link Pokémon:
~~ Treecko
~~ Grovyle
~~ Sceptile

Warrior Skill:
~~ Impact (hit enemies will flinch for three turns)

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Yazaemon

Pokémon Specialty:
~~ Poison
~~ Dark

Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 80
~~ Wisdom  : 77
~~ Charisma: 57
~~ Capacity: 3

Perfect Link Pokémon:
~~ Ekans
~~ Arbok

Warrior Skill:
~~ Eagle Eye (improves accuracy for three turns)

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Yoshi (not Mario's dinosaur friend, sadly)

Pokémon Specialty:
~~ Flying

Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 38
~~ Wisdom  : 76
~~ Charisma: 50
~~ Capacity: 4

Perfect Link Pokémon:
~~ Zubat
~~ Golbat
~~ Crobat

Warrior Skill:
~~ Detox (cures all allies of poisoning and paralysis)

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Yoshiaki

Pokémon Specialty:
~~ Grass
~~ Dragon

Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 14
~~ Wisdom  : 86
~~ Charisma: 80
~~ Capacity: 3

Perfect Link Pokémon:
~~ Carnivine

Warrior Skill:
~~ Greed (two treasure boxes appear upon defeating an enemy)

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Yoshikiyo

Pokémon Specialty:
~~ Ice
~~ Psychic

Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 81
~~ Wisdom  : 65
~~ Charisma: 73
~~ Capacity: 6

Perfect Link Pokémon:
~~ Cubchoo
~~ Beartic

Warrior Skill:
~~ Rally (raises the Attack of the user and adjacent allies for three turns)

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Yoshitaka

Pokémon Specialty:
~~ Water
~~ Dragon

Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 74
~~ Wisdom  : 55
~~ Charisma: 61
~~ Capacity: 6

Perfect Link Pokémon:
~~ Panpour
~~ Simipour

Warrior Skill:
~~ Marksman (ups accuracy and critical-hit rate for three turns)

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Yoshitatsu

Pokémon Specialty:
~~ Poison
~~ Ghost

Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 87
~~ Wisdom  : 75
~~ Charisma: 63
~~ Capacity: 5

Perfect Link Pokémon:
~~ Gastly
~~ Haunter
~~ Gengar

Warrior Skill:
~~ Greed (two treasure boxes appear when defeating an enemy)

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Yoshiteru

Pokémon Specialty:
~~ Steel

Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 92
~~ Wisdom  : 45
~~ Charisma: 92
~~ Capacity: 6

Perfect Link Pokémon:
~~ Beldum
~~ Metang
~~ Metagross

Warrior Skill:
~~ Convalesce (restores HP of the user and adjacent allies over three turns)

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Yoshitsugu

Pokémon Specialty:
~~ Psychic
~~ Fire

Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 72
~~ Wisdom  : 86
~~ Charisma: 64
~~ Capacity: 6

Perfect Link Pokémon:
~~ Ralts
~~ Kirlia
~~ Gardevoir

Warrior Skill:
~~ Empathy (restores HP of user and adjacent allies)

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Yukimasa

Pokémon Specialty:
~~ Ice

Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 52
~~ Wisdom  : 55
~~ Charisma: 55
~~ Capacity: 3

Perfect Link Pokémon:
~~ Spheal
~~ Sealeo
~~ Walrein

Warrior Skill:
~~ Temperate (cures allies of being burned or frozen)

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Yukinaga

Pokémon Specialty:
~~ Normal
~~ Fire

Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 31
~~ Wisdom  : 72
~~ Charisma: 70
~~ Capacity: 6

Perfect Link Pokémon:
~~ Audino

Warrior Skill:
~~ Deep Breath (heals HP at the cost of not moving for three turns)

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Yukitaka

Pokémon Specialty:
~~ Fire
~~ Ground

Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 58
~~ Wisdom  : 94
~~ Charisma: 70
~~ Capacity: 6

Perfect Link Pokémon:
~~ Sandile
~~ Krokorok
~~ Krookodile

Warrior Skill:
~~ Impact (makes enemies flinch for three turns)

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|==O==|          Section Eight: Special Warriors' Gallery Data          |==O==|
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The final 37 Warriors of Pokémon Conquest are special, in that they'll usually
be a Warlord at some point in the main story or the post-game storylines. They
generally have a golden background when their Pokémon is shown in a battle,
and they'll even be able to rank up.

Of course, this is in alphabetical order.

NOTE: N/A obviously means "Not Available". This either means that there IS no
      data to satisfy the conditions placed, or that I haven't yet obtained
      data for that because I lack info on how to get to that rank, if any.

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[section format - Warrior name here]

Pokémon Specialty:
~~ What Pokémon type(s) is this Warrior best Linked with?

Rank 1 Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : Affects human-to-human interactions.
~~ Wisdom  : Affects human-to-human interactions.
~~ Charisma: Affects human-to-human interactions.
~~ Capacity: How many Pokémon this Warrior can be Linked with simultaneously.

Rank 2 Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : Affects human-to-human interactions.
~~ Wisdom  : Affects human-to-human interactions.
~~ Charisma: Affects human-to-human interactions.
~~ Capacity: How many Pokémon this Warrior can be Linked with simultaneously.

Rank 3 Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : Affects human-to-human interactions.
~~ Wisdom  : Affects human-to-human interactions.
~~ Charisma: Affects human-to-human interactions.
~~ Capacity: How many Pokémon this Warrior can be Linked with simultaneously.

Rank-Up Conditions:
~~ Rank 2: How to obtain Rank 2.
~~ Rank 3: How to obtain Rank 3.

Perfect Link Pokémon:
~~ Which Pokémon can this Warrior perform a 100% Link with?

Rank 1 Warrior Skill:
~~ What is this Warrior's skill at Rank 1? What does it do?

Rank 2 Warrior Skill:
~~ What is this Warrior's skill at Rank 2? What does it do?

Rank 3 Warrior Skill:
~~ What is this Warrior's skill at Rank 3? What does it do?

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Aya

Pokémon Specialty:
~~ Ice
~~ Ghost
             
Rank 1 Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 39
~~ Wisdom  : 71
~~ Charisma: 75
~~ Capacity: 5
             
Rank 2 Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 49
~~ Wisdom  : 81
~~ Charisma: 86
~~ Capacity: 6
             
Rank 3 Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : N/A
~~ Wisdom  : N/A
~~ Charisma: N/A
~~ Capacity: N/A
             
Rank-Up Conditions:
~~ Rank 2: Get a 55+% Link with Froslass and finish her side-story.
~~ Rank 3: N/A
             
Perfect Link Pokémon:
~~ Snorunt
~~ Froslass
             
Rank 1 Warrior Skill:
~~ Sweet Song (restores all allies' HP by up to 50 HP or so)
             
Rank 2 Warrior Skill:
~~ Compassion (raises Defense and heals HP of user and adjacent allies)
             
Rank 3 Warrior Skill:
~~ N/A

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Ginchiyo

Pokémon Specialty:
~~ Electric
             
Rank 1 Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 74
~~ Wisdom  : 68
~~ Charisma: 72
~~ Capacity: 5
             
Rank 2 Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 84
~~ Wisdom  : 78
~~ Charisma: 82
~~ Capacity: 6
             
Rank 3 Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : N/A
~~ Wisdom  : N/A
~~ Charisma: N/A
~~ Capacity: N/A
             
Rank-Up Conditions:
~~ Rank 2: Get a 60+% Link with Luxio or Luxray, and have Muneshige recruited
           into your army, but be in another kingdom that is non-adjacent to
           Ginchiyo's. Thanks to Ryan Steele for correcting this.
~~ Rank 3: N/A
             
Perfect Link Pokémon:
~~ Shinx
~~ Luxio
~~ Luxray
             
Rank 1 Warrior Skill:
~~ Bustle (ups the Range of user and adjacent allies)
             
Rank 2 Warrior Skill:
~~ Thunderclap (ups all allies' Range and Attack)
             
Rank 3 Warrior Skill:
~~ N/A

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Gracia

Pokémon Specialty:
~~ Psychic
~~ Ice
             
Rank 1 Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 42
~~ Wisdom  : 63
~~ Charisma: 78
~~ Capacity: 5
             
Rank 2 Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 52
~~ Wisdom  : 73
~~ Charisma: 87
~~ Capacity: 5
             
Rank 3 Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : N/A
~~ Wisdom  : N/A
~~ Charisma: N/A
~~ Capacity: N/A
             
Rank-Up Conditions:
~~ Rank 2: Get a 60+% Link with Gothorita or Gothitelle.
~~ Rank 3: N/A
             
Perfect Link Pokémon:
~~ Gothorita
~~ Gothitelle
             
Rank 1 Warrior Skill:
~~ Added Bonus (ups the chance of inflicting status ailments for three turns)
             
Rank 2 Warrior Skill:
~~ Bewilder (all allies' moves may confuse whoever they hit)
             
Rank 3 Warrior Skill:
~~ N/A

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Hanbei

Pokémon Specialty:
~~ Electric
~~ Fire
            
Rank 1 Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 36
~~ Wisdom  : 90
~~ Charisma: 70
~~ Capacity: 5
             
Rank 2 Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 42
~~ Wisdom  : 99
~~ Charisma: 80
~~ Capacity: 6
             
Rank 3 Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : N/A
~~ Wisdom  : N/A
~~ Charisma: N/A
~~ Capacity: N/A
             
Rank-Up Conditions:
~~ Rank 2: Get a 60+% Link with Pikachu or Raichu and have Kanbei in the
           same kingdom as Hanbei.
~~ Rank 3: N/A
             
Perfect Link Pokémon:
~~ Pikachu
~~ Raichu
             
Rank 1 Warrior Skill:
~~ Added Bonus (ups the chance of inflicting statuses for three turns)
             
Rank 2 Warrior Skill:
~~ Lazybones (blocks critical hits and statuses for all allies for three turns)
             
Rank 3 Warrior Skill:
~~ N/A

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Hanzo

Pokémon Specialty:
~~ Ghost
~~ Dark
             
Rank 1 Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 87
~~ Wisdom  : 77
~~ Charisma: 62
~~ Capacity: 5
             
Rank 2 Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 94
~~ Wisdom  : 88
~~ Charisma: 72
~~ Capacity: 6
             
Rank 3 Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : N/A
~~ Wisdom  : N/A
~~ Charisma: N/A
~~ Capacity: N/A
             
Rank-Up Conditions:
~~ Rank 2: Geta 60+% Link with Haunter.
~~ Rank 3: N/A
             
Perfect Link Pokémon:
~~ Haunter
~~ Gengar
             
Rank 1 Warrior Skill:
~~ Marksman (ups accuracy and critical-hit rate for three turns)
             
Rank 2 Warrior Skill:
~~ Mayhem (ups Range, critical-hit rate, and climbing ability for three turns)
             
Rank 3 Warrior Skill:
~~ N/A

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Hideyoshi

Pokémon Specialty:
~~ Fire
~~ Fighting
             
Rank 1 Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 66
~~ Wisdom  : 65
~~ Charisma: 78
~~ Capacity: 6
             
Rank 2 Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 76
~~ Wisdom  : 88
~~ Charisma: 88
~~ Capacity: 7
             
Rank 3 Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 80
~~ Wisdom  : 98
~~ Charisma: 98
~~ Capacity: 8
             
Rank-Up Conditions:
~~ Rank 2: Get a 60+% Link with Infernape.
~~ Rank 3: Get a 70+% Link with Reshiram.
             
Perfect Link Pokémon:
~~ Monferno
~~ Infernape
~~ Reshiram
             
Rank 1 Warrior Skill:
~~ Quick Strike (increases Range and makes hit enemies flinch)
             
Rank 2 Warrior Skill:
~~ Grand Dream (two treasure boxes appear upon defeating an enemy, and Energy
                is increased for three turns)
             
Rank 3 Warrior Skill:
~~ Great Uniter (two treasure boxes appear upon defeating an enemy, and both
                 Energy and Attack are increased for three turns)

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Ieyasu

Pokémon Specialty:
~~ Steel
~~ Rock
             
Rank 1 Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 80
~~ Wisdom  : 84
~~ Charisma: 87
~~ Capacity: 8
             
Rank 2 Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 88
~~ Wisdom  : 94
~~ Charisma: 97
~~ Capacity: 8
             
Rank 3 Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : N/A
~~ Wisdom  : N/A
~~ Charisma: N/A
~~ Capacity: N/A
             
Rank-Up Conditions:
~~ Rank 2: Get a 70+% Link with Aggron.
~~ Rank 3: N/A
             
Perfect Link Pokémon:
~~ Aggron
~~ Registeel
             
Rank 1 Warrior Skill:
~~ Brotherhood (raises Defense of user and adjacent allies for three turns)
             
Rank 2 Warrior Skill:
~~ Resolution (dramatically raises Defense for three turns)
             
Rank 3 Warrior Skill:
~~ N/A

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Ina

Pokémon Specialty:
~~ Water
~~ Steel
           
Rank 1 Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 78
~~ Wisdom  : 56
~~ Charisma: 68
~~ Capacity: 5
             
Rank 2 Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 88
~~ Wisdom  : 63
~~ Charisma: 79
~~ Capacity: 6
             
Rank 3 Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : N/A
~~ Wisdom  : N/A
~~ Charisma: N/A
~~ Capacity: N/A
             
Rank-Up Conditions:
~~ Rank 2: Get a 70+% Link with Empoleon.
~~ Rank 3: N/A
             
Perfect Link Pokémon:
~~ Prinplup
~~ Empoleon
             
Rank 1 Warrior Skill:
~~ Crack Shot (this turn's move will hit)
             
Rank 2 Warrior Skill:
~~ Elegance (ups Range and guarantees that moves will hit for three turns)
             
Rank 3 Warrior Skill:
~~ N/A

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Kai

Pokémon Specialty:
~~ Fire
~~ Rock
             
Rank 1 Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 73
~~ Wisdom  : 62
~~ Charisma: 70
~~ Capacity: 5
             
Rank 2 Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 83
~~ Wisdom  : 72
~~ Charisma: 80
~~ Capacity: 6
             
Rank 3 Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : N/A
~~ Wisdom  : N/A
~~ Charisma: N/A
~~ Capacity: N/A
             
Rank-Up Conditions:
~~ Rank 2: Get a 60+% Link with Darumaka.
~~ Rank 3: N/A
             
Perfect Link Pokémon:
~~ Darumaka
~~ Darmanitan
             
Rank 1 Warrior Skill:
~~ Quick Strike (ups Range and makes hit enemies flinch)
             
Rank 2 Warrior Skill:
~~ Warrior Woman (ups Speed and makes hit enemies flinch)
             
Rank 3 Warrior Skill:
~~ N/A

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Kanbei

Pokémon Specialty:
~~ Ghost
~~ Fire
             
Rank 1 Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 60
~~ Wisdom  : 90
~~ Charisma: 62
~~ Capacity: 5
             
Rank 2 Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 70
~~ Wisdom  : 98
~~ Charisma: 70
~~ Capacity: 6
             
Rank 3 Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : N/A
~~ Wisdom  : N/A
~~ Charisma: N/A
~~ Capacity: N/A
             
Rank-Up Conditions:
~~ Rank 2: Get a 60+% Link with Lampent or Chandelure and have Hanbei in the
           same kingdom.
~~ Rank 3: N/A
             
Perfect Link Pokémon:
~~ Lampent
~~ Chandelure
             
Rank 1 Warrior Skill:
~~ Impact (makes enemies flinch when hit for three turns)
             
Rank 2 Warrior Skill:
~~ Extinguish (disables all enemy Warrior Skills)
             
Rank 3 Warrior Skill:
~~ N/A

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Kanetsugu

Pokémon Specialty:
~~ Psychic
             
Rank 1 Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 65
~~ Wisdom  : 88
~~ Charisma: 79
~~ Capacity: 7
             
Rank 2 Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 75
~~ Wisdom  : 97
~~ Charisma: 89
~~ Capacity: 7
             
Rank 3 Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : N/A
~~ Wisdom  : N/A
~~ Charisma: N/A
~~ Capacity: N/A
             
Rank-Up Conditions:
~~ Rank 2: Get a 60+% Link with Kadabra or Alakazam and have Kenshin in the
           same kingdom.
~~ Rank 3: N/A
             
Perfect Link Pokémon:
~~ Kadabra
~~ Alakazam
             
Rank 1 Warrior Skill:
~~ Rally (raises Attack of user and adjacent allies for three turns)
             
Rank 2 Warrior Skill:
~~ Love & Honor (raises Attack and heals HP of user and adjacent allies)
             
Rank 3 Warrior Skill:
~~ N/A

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Keiji

Pokémon Specialty:
~~ Rock
~~ Fighting
             
Rank 1 Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 92
~~ Wisdom  : 40
~~ Charisma: 73
~~ Capacity: 6
             
Rank 2 Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 100
~~ Wisdom  : 50
~~ Charisma: 86
~~ Capacity: 7
             
Rank 3 Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : N/A
~~ Wisdom  : N/A
~~ Charisma: N/A
~~ Capacity: N/A
             
Rank-Up Conditions:
~~ Rank 2: Get a 70+% Link with Bastiodon and beat Keiji's story.
~~ Rank 3: N/A
             
Perfect Link Pokémon:
~~ Bastiodon
~~ Terrakion
             
Rank 1 Warrior Skill:
~~ Mighty Blow (significantly raises Attack)
             
Rank 2 Warrior Skill:
~~ Carefree (raises Attack and makes hit enemies flinch for three turns)
             
Rank 3 Warrior Skill:
~~ N/A

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Kenshin

Pokémon Specialty:
~~ Psychic
~~ Fighting
             
Rank 1 Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 90
~~ Wisdom  : 66
~~ Charisma: 81
~~ Capacity: 7
             
Rank 2 Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 99
~~ Wisdom  : 76
~~ Charisma: 91
~~ Capacity: 8
             
Rank 3 Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : N/A
~~ Wisdom  : N/A
~~ Charisma: N/A
~~ Capacity: N/A
             
Rank-Up Conditions:
~~ Rank 2: Get a 75+% Link with Gallade and complete Kenshin's side-story.
~~ Rank 3: N/A
             
Perfect Link Pokémon:
~~ Gallade
~~ Mewtwo
             
Rank 1 Warrior Skill:
~~ Bustle (ups the Range of the user and adjacent allies)
             
Rank 2 Warrior Skill:
~~ Inspiration (ups the Attack and Range of all allies)
             
Rank 3 Warrior Skill:
~~ N/A

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Kiyomasa

Pokémon Specialty:
~~ Dragon
~~ Ground
             
Rank 1 Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 82
~~ Wisdom  : 64
~~ Charisma: 67
~~ Capacity: 5
             
Rank 2 Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 92
~~ Wisdom  : 74
~~ Charisma: 77
~~ Capacity: 6
             
Rank 3 Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : N/A
~~ Wisdom  : N/A
~~ Charisma: N/A
~~ Capacity: N/A
             
Rank-Up Conditions:
~~ Rank 2: Get a 60+% Link with Fraxure (or Haxorus, presumably).
~~ Rank 3: N/A
             
Perfect Link Pokémon:
~~ Fraxure
~~ Haxorus
             
Rank 1 Warrior Skill:
~~ Empathy (restores the HP of the user and adjacent allies)
             
Rank 2 Warrior Skill:
~~ Belief (raises Defense and blocks statuses for three turns)
             
Rank 3 Warrior Skill:
~~ N/A

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Kotaro

Pokémon Specialty:
~~ Dark
             
Rank 1 Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 82
~~ Wisdom  : 78
~~ Charisma: 52
~~ Capacity: 5
             
Rank 2 Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 92
~~ Wisdom  : 89
~~ Charisma: 62
~~ Capacity: 6
             
Rank 3 Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : N/A
~~ Wisdom  : N/A
~~ Charisma: N/A
~~ Capacity: N/A
             
Rank-Up Conditions:
~~ Rank 2: Get a 60+% Link with Zoroark.
~~ Rank 3: N/A
             
Perfect Link Pokémon:
~~ Zorua
~~ Zoroark
             
Rank 1 Warrior Skill:
~~ Quick Strike (ups Range and makes hit enemies flinch)
             
Rank 2 Warrior Skill:
~~ Mayhem (ups Range, climbing ability, and makes hit enemies flinch for three
           turns)
             
Rank 3 Warrior Skill:
~~ N/A

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Kunoichi

Pokémon Specialty:
~~ Dark
~~ Ice
             
Rank 1 Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 60
~~ Wisdom  : 63
~~ Charisma: 70
~~ Capacity: 5
             
Rank 2 Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 70
~~ Wisdom  : 73
~~ Charisma: 80
~~ Capacity: 5
             
Rank 3 Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : N/A
~~ Wisdom  : N/A
~~ Charisma: N/A
~~ Capacity: N/A
             
Rank-Up Conditions:
~~ Rank 2: Get a 60+% Link with Sneasel or Weavile.
~~ Rank 3: N/A
             
Perfect Link Pokémon:
~~ Sneasel
~~ Weavile
             
Rank 1 Warrior Skill:
~~ Convalesce (restores HP of user and adjacent allies over three turns)
             
Rank 2 Warrior Skill:
~~ Trickster (ups Speed, climbing ability, and critical-hit rate for three
              turns)
             
Rank 3 Warrior Skill:
~~ N/A

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Magoichi

Pokémon Specialty:
~~ Grass
~~ Flying
             
Rank 1 Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 89
~~ Wisdom  : 79
~~ Charisma: 74
~~ Capacity: 6
             
Rank 2 Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 95
~~ Wisdom  : 88
~~ Charisma: 84
~~ Capacity: 7
             
Rank 3 Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : N/A
~~ Wisdom  : N/A
~~ Charisma: N/A
~~ Capacity: N/A
             
Rank-Up Conditions:
~~ Rank 2: Get a 60+% Link with Grovyle or Sceptile, have Masamune in a
           different kingdom, and have three special female Warlords in the
           same kingdom as Magoichi.
~~ Rank 3: N/A
             
Perfect Link Pokémon:
~~ Grovyle
~~ Sceptile
             
Rank 1 Warrior Skill:
~~ Crack Shot (this turn's move will hit)
             
Rank 2 Warrior Skill:
~~ Cupid (ups Attack proportionately to the number of female Warlords on the
          battlefield)
             
Rank 3 Warrior Skill:
~~ N/A

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Main Character

Pokémon Specialty:
~~ Normal
             
Rank 1 Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 65
~~ Wisdom  : 60
~~ Charisma: 65
~~ Capacity: 4
             
Rank 2 Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 75
~~ Wisdom  : 70
~~ Charisma: 80
~~ Capacity: 6
             
Rank 3 Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : N/A
~~ Wisdom  : N/A
~~ Charisma: N/A
~~ Capacity: N/A
             
Rank-Up Conditions:
~~ Rank 2: Part of the pre-credits storyline.
~~ Rank 3: N/A
             
Perfect Link Pokémon:
~~ Eevee
~~ Flareon
~~ Jolteon
~~ Vaporeon
~~ Umbreon
~~ Espeon
~~ Glaceon
~~ Leafeon
~~ Arceus
             
Rank 1 Warrior Skill:
~~ Top Speed (increases Range by two units)
             
Rank 2 Warrior Skill:
~~ Courage (increases Range by two and significantly raises Attack)
             
Rank 3 Warrior Skill:
~~ N/A

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Masamune

Pokémon Specialty:
~~ Flying
             
Rank 1 Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 86
~~ Wisdom  : 82
~~ Charisma: 80
~~ Capacity: 7
             
Rank 2 Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 96
~~ Wisdom  : 92
~~ Charisma: 90
~~ Capacity: 8
             
Rank 3 Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : N/A
~~ Wisdom  : N/A
~~ Charisma: N/A
~~ Capacity: N/A
             
Rank-Up Conditions:
~~ Rank 2: Get a 60+% Link with Rufflet or Braviary and finish his side-story.
~~ Rank 3: N/A
             
Perfect Link Pokémon:
~~ Rufflet
~~ Braviary
             
Rank 1 Warrior Skill:
~~ Bustle (ups the Range of the user and adjacent allies)
             
Rank 2 Warrior Skill:
~~ 
             
Rank 3 Warrior Skill:
~~ N/A

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Masanori

Pokémon Specialty:
~~ Ground
~~ Dark
             
Rank 1 Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 88
~~ Wisdom  : 37
~~ Charisma: 63
~~ Capacity: 5
             
Rank 2 Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 97
~~ Wisdom  : 50
~~ Charisma: 73
~~ Capacity: 6
             
Rank 3 Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : N/A
~~ Wisdom  : N/A
~~ Charisma: N/A
~~ Capacity: N/A
             
Rank-Up Conditions:
~~ Rank 2: Get a 65+% Link with Krokorok or Krookodile.
~~ Rank 3: N/A
             
Perfect Link Pokémon:
~~ Krokorok
~~ Krookodile
             
Rank 1 Warrior Skill:
~~ Impact (makes hit enemies flinch for three turns)
             
Rank 2 Warrior Skill:
~~ Sacrifice (raises Range and Attack while reducing current HP to 1)
             
Rank 3 Warrior Skill:
~~ N/A

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Mitsuhide

Pokémon Specialty:
~~ Ice
~~ Flying
             
Rank 1 Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 77
~~ Wisdom  : 82
~~ Charisma: 82
~~ Capacity: 5
             
Rank 2 Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 88
~~ Wisdom  : 92
~~ Charisma: 92
~~ Capacity: 6
             
Rank 3 Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : N/A
~~ Wisdom  : N/A
~~ Charisma: N/A
~~ Capacity: N/A
             
Rank-Up Conditions:
~~ Rank 2: Get a 70+% Link with Lapras or Articuno and finish his side-story.
~~ Rank 3: N/A
             
Perfect Link Pokémon:
~~ Lapras
~~ Articuno
             
Rank 1 Warrior Skill:
~~ Crack Shot (this turn's move will hit)
             
Rank 2 Warrior Skill:
~~ Cold Eyes (ups Speed and makes moves hit, both for three turns)
             
Rank 3 Warrior Skill:
~~ N/A

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Mitsunari

Pokémon Specialty:
~~ Steel
~~ Dark
             
Rank 1 Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 46
~~ Wisdom  : 85
~~ Charisma: 72
~~ Capacity: 5
             
Rank 2 Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 55
~~ Wisdom  : 96
~~ Charisma: 84
~~ Capacity: 5
             
Rank 3 Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : N/A
~~ Wisdom  : N/A
~~ Charisma: N/A
~~ Capacity: N/A
             
Rank-Up Conditions:
~~ Rank 2: Get a 60+% Link with Pawniard or Bisharp.
~~ Rank 3: N/A
             
Perfect Link Pokémon:
~~ Pawniard
~~ Bisharp
             
Rank 1 Warrior Skill:
~~ Marksman (ups accuracy and critical-hit rate for three turns)
             
Rank 2 Warrior Skill:
~~ Cunning (ups Speed and makes moves hit, both for three turns)
             
Rank 3 Warrior Skill:
~~ N/A

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Motochika

Pokémon Specialty:
~~ Water
             
Rank 1 Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 82
~~ Wisdom  : 81
~~ Charisma: 81
~~ Capacity: 6
             
Rank 2 Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 90
~~ Wisdom  : 92
~~ Charisma: 91
~~ Capacity: 7
             
Rank 3 Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : N/A
~~ Wisdom  : N/A
~~ Charisma: N/A
~~ Capacity: N/A
             
Rank-Up Conditions:
~~ Rank 2: Get a 65+% Link with Samurott.
~~ Rank 3: N/A
             
Perfect Link Pokémon:
~~ Dewott
~~ Samurott
             
Rank 1 Warrior Skill:
~~ Rally (ups the Attack of the user and adjacent allies)
             
Rank 2 Warrior Skill:
~~ Rebellion (ups accuracy and critical-hit rate for user and adjacent allies)
             
Rank 3 Warrior Skill:
~~ N/A

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Motonari

Pokémon Specialty:
~~ Grass
             
Rank 1 Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 69
~~ Wisdom  : 90
~~ Charisma: 86
~~ Capacity: 7
             
Rank 2 Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 79
~~ Wisdom  : 100
~~ Charisma: 96
~~ Capacity: 8
             
Rank 3 Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : N/A
~~ Wisdom  : N/A
~~ Charisma: N/A
~~ Capacity: N/A
             
Rank-Up Conditions:
~~ Rank 2: Get a 60+% Link with Servine or Serperior and have 100 or more
           Pokémon registered in your Gallery.
~~ Rank 3: N/A
             
Perfect Link Pokémon:
~~ Servine
~~ Serperior
             
Rank 1 Warrior Skill:
~~ Brotherhood (raises Defense of user and adjacent allies for three turns)
             
Rank 2 Warrior Skill:
~~ Strategist (blocks critical hits and ups Speed for all allies for three
               turns)
             
Rank 3 Warrior Skill:
~~ N/A

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Muneshige

Pokémon Specialty:
~~ Flying
~~ Normal
             
Rank 1 Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 84
~~ Wisdom  : 68
~~ Charisma: 73
~~ Capacity: 6
             
Rank 2 Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 94
~~ Wisdom  : 78
~~ Charisma: 83
~~ Capacity: 7
             
Rank 3 Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : N/A
~~ Wisdom  : N/A
~~ Charisma: N/A
~~ Capacity: N/A
             
Rank-Up Conditions:
~~ Rank 2: Get a 60+% Link with Staravia or Staraptor and have Ginchiyo in your
           army, but in a different kingdom that is non-adjacent to Muneshige's
           kingdom. Thanks to Ryan Steele for correcting this.
~~ Rank 3: N/A
             
Perfect Link Pokémon:
~~ Staravia
~~ Staraptor
             
Rank 1 Warrior Skill:
~~ Marksman (ups accuracy and critical-hit rate for three turns)
             
Rank 2 Warrior Skill:
~~ Typhoon (ups all allies' Attack and Range)
             
Rank 3 Warrior Skill:
~~ N/A

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Nene

Pokémon Specialty:
~~ Poison
~~ Flying
             
Rank 1 Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 65
~~ Wisdom  : 78
~~ Charisma: 75
~~ Capacity: 5
             
Rank 2 Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 75
~~ Wisdom  : 84
~~ Charisma: 85
~~ Capacity: 6
             
Rank 3 Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : N/A
~~ Wisdom  : N/A
~~ Charisma: N/A
~~ Capacity: N/A
             
Rank-Up Conditions:
~~ Rank 2: Get a 70+% Link with Golbat or Crobat and have all Poison-type
           Pokémon (Zubat, Golbat, Crobat, Ekans, Arbok, Croagunk, Toxicroak,
           Skorupi, Drapion, Venipede, Scolipede, Whirlipede, Gastly,
           Haunter, Gengar, and Beedrill) registered in your Pokémon Gallery.
~~ Rank 3: N/A
             
Perfect Link Pokémon:
~~ Golbat
~~ Crobat
             
Rank 1 Warrior Skill:
~~ Rally (raises the Attack of the user and all adjacent allies)
             
Rank 2 Warrior Skill:
~~ Nene Ninpo (lets Pokémon evade all enemy moves)
             
Rank 3 Warrior Skill:
~~ N/A

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No

Pokémon Specialty:
~~ Ghost
~~ Dragon
             
Rank 1 Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 48
~~ Wisdom  : 74
~~ Charisma: 90
~~ Capacity: 5
             
Rank 2 Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 54
~~ Wisdom  : 84
~~ Charisma: 97
~~ Capacity: 6
             
Rank 3 Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : N/A
~~ Wisdom  : N/A
~~ Charisma: N/A
~~ Capacity: N/A
             
Rank-Up Conditions:
~~ Rank 2: Get a 60+% Link with Misdreavus or Mismagius, and have all Ghost
           Pokémon (Litwick, Lampent, Chandelure, Duskull, Dusclops, Dusknoir,
           Gastly, Haunter, Gengar, Drifloon, Drifblim, Misdreavus, Mismagius,
           Spiritomb, and Froslass) registered in your Pokémon Gallery.
~~ Rank 3: N/A
             
Perfect Link Pokémon:
~~ Misdreavus
~~ Mismagius
             
Rank 1 Warrior Skill:
~~ Added Bonus (ups the chance of inflicting status ailments for three turns)
             
Rank 2 Warrior Skill:
~~ Viper's Bite (increases the effectiveness of moves that hit Pokémon that are
                 Linked to male Warriors for three turns)
             
Rank 3 Warrior Skill:
~~ N/A

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Nobunaga

Pokémon Specialty:
~~ Dragon
~~ Electric
             
Rank 1 Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 89
~~ Wisdom  : 94
~~ Charisma: 92
~~ Capacity: 5
             
Rank 2 Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 96
~~ Wisdom  : 100
~~ Charisma: 100
~~ Capacity: 8
             
Rank 3 Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : N/A
~~ Wisdom  : N/A
~~ Charisma: N/A
~~ Capacity: N/A
             
Rank-Up Conditions:
~~ Rank 2: Get a 80+% Link with Hydreigon and finish Nobunaga's side-story.
~~ Rank 3: N/A
             
Perfect Link Pokémon:
~~ Hydreigon
~~ Zekrom
~~ Rayquaza
             
Rank 1 Warrior Skill:
~~ Desire (lets the Pokémon move twice)
             
Rank 2 Warrior Skill:
~~ Ambition (lets the Pokémon move twice, and hit enemies will flinch)
             
Rank 3 Warrior Skill:
~~ N/A

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Oichi

Pokémon Specialty:
~~ Normal
             
Rank 1 Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 48
~~ Wisdom  : 73
~~ Charisma: 90
~~ Capacity: 4
             
Rank 2 Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 54
~~ Wisdom  : 83
~~ Charisma: 98
~~ Capacity: 5
             
Rank 3 Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : N/A
~~ Wisdom  : N/A
~~ Charisma: N/A
~~ Capacity: N/A
             
Rank-Up Conditions:
~~ Rank 2: Get a 55+% Link with Jigglypuff or Wigglytuff.
~~ Rank 3: N/A
             
Perfect Link Pokémon:
~~ Jigglypuff
~~ Wigglytuff
             
Rank 1 Warrior Skill:
~~ Sweet Song (restores all allies' HP by up to 50 HP or so)
             
Rank 2 Warrior Skill:
~~ Soft Light (cures all statuses and heals HP for all allies)
             
Rank 3 Warrior Skill:
~~ N/A

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Okuni

Pokémon Specialty:
~~ Bug
~~ Fire
             
Rank 1 Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 65
~~ Wisdom  : 63
~~ Charisma: 79
~~ Capacity: 3
             
Rank 2 Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 75
~~ Wisdom  : 73
~~ Charisma: 88
~~ Capacity: 4
             
Rank 3 Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : N/A
~~ Wisdom  : N/A
~~ Charisma: N/A
~~ Capacity: N/A
             
Rank-Up Conditions:
~~ Rank 2: Get a 65+% Link with Larvesta or Volcarona.
~~ Rank 3: N/A
             
Perfect Link Pokémon:
~~ Larvesta
~~ Volcarona
             
Rank 1 Warrior Skill:
~~ Convalesce (restores HP of user and adjacent allies over three turns)
             
Rank 2 Warrior Skill:
~~ Kabuki Dance (raises all allies' Attack and Energy)
             
Rank 3 Warrior Skill:
~~ N/A

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Ranmaru

Pokémon Specialty:
~~ Fighting
~~ Steel
             
Rank 1 Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 69
~~ Wisdom  : 72
~~ Charisma: 66
~~ Capacity: 4
             
Rank 2 Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 79
~~ Wisdom  : 82
~~ Charisma: 76
~~ Capacity: 5
             
Rank 3 Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : N/A
~~ Wisdom  : N/A
~~ Charisma: N/A
~~ Capacity: N/A
             
Rank-Up Conditions:
~~ Rank 2: Get a 60+% Link with Riolu or Lucario and have Nobunaga in the same
           kingdom.
~~ Rank 3: N/A
             
Perfect Link Pokémon:
~~ Riolu
~~ Lucario
             
Rank 1 Warrior Skill:
~~ Empathy (restores the HP of the user and adjacent allies)
             
Rank 2 Warrior Skill:
~~ Faith (makes all allies' moves always hit for the next three turns)
             
Rank 3 Warrior Skill:
~~ N/A

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Shingen

Pokémon Specialty:
~~ Ground
~~ Rock
             
Rank 1 Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 82
~~ Wisdom  : 96
~~ Charisma: 86
~~ Capacity: 7
             
Rank 2 Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 92
~~ Wisdom  : 100
~~ Charisma: 96
~~ Capacity: 8
             
Rank 3 Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : N/A
~~ Wisdom  : N/A
~~ Charisma: N/A
~~ Capacity: N/A
             
Rank-Up Conditions:
~~ Rank 2: Get a 75+% Link with Rhyperior and complete Shingen's side-story.
~~ Rank 3: N/A
             
Perfect Link Pokémon:
~~ Rhyperior
~~ Groudon
             
Rank 1 Warrior Skill:
~~ Rally (raises the Attack of the user and adjacent allies for three turns)
             
Rank 2 Warrior Skill:
~~ Furin Kazan (ups the Attack and Defense of all allies for three turns)
             
Rank 3 Warrior Skill:
~~ N/A

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Tadakatsu

Pokémon Specialty:
~~ Steel
~~ Dragon
             
Rank 1 Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 92
~~ Wisdom  : 68
~~ Charisma: 81
~~ Capacity: 6
             
Rank 2 Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 100
~~ Wisdom  : 77
~~ Charisma: 89
~~ Capacity: 6
             
Rank 3 Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : N/A
~~ Wisdom  : N/A
~~ Charisma: N/A
~~ Capacity: N/A
             
Rank-Up Conditions:
~~ Rank 2: Get a 80+% Link with Metagross and have both Ina and Ieyasu in the
           same kingdom asd Tadakatsu,
~~ Rank 3: N/A
             
Perfect Link Pokémon:
~~ Metagross
~~ Dialga
             
Rank 1 Warrior Skill:
~~ Impact (makes hit enemies flinch for three turns)
             
Rank 2 Warrior Skill:
~~ Unrivaled (raises Attack and Defense for four turns)
             
Rank 3 Warrior Skill:
~~ N/A

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Ujiyasu

Pokémon Specialty:
~~ Rock
             
Rank 1 Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 80
~~ Wisdom  : 78
~~ Charisma: 84
~~ Capacity: 7
             
Rank 2 Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 90
~~ Wisdom  : 94
~~ Charisma: 94
~~ Capacity: 8
             
Rank 3 Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : N/A
~~ Wisdom  : N/A
~~ Charisma: N/A
~~ Capacity: N/A
             
Rank-Up Conditions:
~~ Rank 2: Get a 65+% Link with Boldore or Gigalith.
~~ Rank 3: N/A
             
Perfect Link Pokémon:
~~ Boldore
~~ Gigalith
             
Rank 1 Warrior Skill:
~~ Brotherhood (raises Defense of the user and adjacent allies for three turns)
             
Rank 2 Warrior Skill:
~~ Father Figure (blocks critical hits and ups Energy for all allies)
             
Rank 3 Warrior Skill:
~~ N/A

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Yoshihiro

Pokémon Specialty:
~~ Fighting
             
Rank 1 Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 90
~~ Wisdom  : 63
~~ Charisma: 62
~~ Capacity: 6
             
Rank 2 Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 98
~~ Wisdom  : 73
~~ Charisma: 72
~~ Capacity: 7
             
Rank 3 Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : N/A
~~ Wisdom  : N/A
~~ Charisma: N/A
~~ Capacity: N/A
             
Rank-Up Conditions:
~~ Rank 2: Get a 60+% Link with Gurdurr or Conkeldurr.
~~ Rank 3: N/A
             
Perfect Link Pokémon:
~~ Gurdurr
~~ Conkeldurr
             
Rank 1 Warrior Skill:
~~ Mighty Blow (significantly raises Attack)
             
Rank 2 Warrior Skill:
~~ Chesto! (raises Attack and lowers Defense of user and adjacent allies)
             
Rank 3 Warrior Skill:
~~ N/A

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Yoshimoto

Pokémon Specialty:
~~ Bug
~~ Steel
             
Rank 1 Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 64
~~ Wisdom  : 72
~~ Charisma: 79
~~ Capacity: 5
             
Rank 2 Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 75
~~ Wisdom  : 82
~~ Charisma: 88
~~ Capacity: 6
             
Rank 3 Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : N/A
~~ Wisdom  : N/A
~~ Charisma: N/A
~~ Capacity: N/A
             
Rank-Up Conditions:
~~ Rank 2: Get a 55+% Link with Pineco or Forretress.
~~ Rank 3: N/A
             
Perfect Link Pokémon:
~~ Pineco
~~ Forretress
             
Rank 1 Warrior Skill:
~~ Deep Breath (restores HP, but you cannot move for three turns)
             
Rank 2 Warrior Skill:
~~ (Restores HP and puts to sleep user and adjacent allies)
             
Rank 3 Warrior Skill:
~~ N/A

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Yukimura

Pokémon Specialty:
~~ Fire
~~ Flying
             
Rank 1 Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 87
~~ Wisdom  : 78
~~ Charisma: 80
~~ Capacity: 6
             
Rank 2 Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : 95
~~ Wisdom  : 84
~~ Charisma: 80
~~ Capacity: 7
             
Rank 3 Warrior Stats:
~~ Power   : N/A
~~ Wisdom  : N/A
~~ Charisma: N/A
~~ Capacity: N/A
             
Rank-Up Conditions:
~~ Rank 2: Get a 65+% Link with Charmeleon or Charizard and be in the same
           kingdom as Shingen is (when Shingen is in your army).
~~ Rank 3: N/A
             
Perfect Link Pokémon:
~~ Charmeleon
~~ Charizard
             
Rank 1 Warrior Skill:
~~ Mighty Blow (significantly raises Attack)
             
Rank 2 Warrior Skill:
~~ Willpower (raises critical-hit rate and lets the user move twice)
             
Rank 3 Warrior Skill:
~~ N/A

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