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'''Dragnor''' (Japanese: '''リュウの国''' ''Ryū Nation'') is a kingdom located in northeastern [[Ransei]], featured in [[Pokémon Conquest]]. It represents the {{t|Dragon}} type, and is led by [[Nobunaga]]. Its adjacent kingdoms are [[Spectra]], [[Valora]], and [[Nixtorm]].
 
'''Dragnor''' (Japanese: '''リュウの国''' ''Ryū Nation'') is a kingdom located in northeastern [[Ransei]], featured in [[Pokémon Conquest]]. It represents the {{t|Dragon}} type, and is led by [[Nobunaga]]. Its adjacent kingdoms are [[Spectra]], [[Valora]], and [[Nixtorm]].
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==Wild Pokémon locations==
 
==Wild Pokémon locations==
 
===Sky Garden===
 
===Sky Garden===
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A {{DL|Kingdom location|Sky Garden}} is present in the kingdom regardless of development. The variety of wild Pokémon that can be encountered increases with the level of the Sky Garden, as listed below.
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! colspan="2" style="text-align:center; background:#{{dragon color light}}; {{roundytop}}" | Level 1-3
 
! colspan="2" style="text-align:center; background:#{{dragon color light}}; {{roundytop}}" | Level 1-3
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===Ravine===
 
===Ravine===
Unlocked by Sky Garden reaching level 2.
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A {{DL|Kingdom location|Ravine}} appears in the kingdom when the {{DL|Kingdom location|Sky Garden}} reaches level 2. The variety of wild Pokémon that can be encountered increases with the level of the Ravine, as listed below.
   
 
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<!--===Special Pokémon===
 
<!--===Special Pokémon===
On rare occasions, the following Pokémon will appear in the kingdom's regular wild Pokémon locations, and stay there for a month. When this happens, the player is notified by a Messenger during the start of the month.
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On rare occasions, the following Pokémon will appear in the kingdom's {{DL|Kingdom location|Wild Pokémon kingdom locations|regular wild Pokémon locations}} and stay there for a month. When this happens, the player is notified by a Messenger during the start of the month.
   
 
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===Infinite Tower===
 
===Infinite Tower===
{{p|Rayquaza}} version unlocked by having formed links with all other legendary Pokémon while controlling Rank II [[Nobunaga]] in {{DL|List of Pokémon Conquest stories|Two Heroes of Ransei}}.
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The {{DL|Kingdom location|Infinite Tower}} temporarily appears in the kingdom as a venue for facing {{p|Rayquaza}} when [[link]]s have been formed with all other [[legendary Pokémon]], while controlling Rank II [[Nobunaga]] in {{DL|List of Pokémon Conquest stories|Two Heroes of Ransei}}.
   
{{p|Arceus}} version unlocked automatically at the end of {{DL|List of Pokémon Conquest stories|The Legend of Ransei}}.
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It also temporarily appears in the kingdom as a venue for facing {{p|Arceus}} at the end of the story {{DL|List of Pokémon Conquest stories|The Legend of Ransei}}.
   
 
{| width="150px" style="margin:auto; background:#{{dragon color}}; border:3px solid #{{dragon color dark}}; {{roundy|15px}}"
 
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==Other locations==
 
==Other locations==
*Bank
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* {{DL|Kingdom location|Bank}}
**Invest gold to upgrade locations. Not available in the initial story.
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** "''Invest gold to upgrade locations.''" (Not available in the game's initial story, {{DL|List of Pokémon Conquest stories|The Legend of Ransei}}.)
*Shop
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* {{DL|Kingdom location|Shop}}
**Buy and sell items.
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** "''Buy and sell items.''"
*Gold Mine
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* {{DL|Kingdom location|Gold Mine}}
**Go mining for gold.
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** "''Go mining for gold.''"
*Dragon Chamber
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* {{DL|Kingdom location|Dragon Chamber}}
**Train together with your Pokémon to raise their Energy. Appears after upgrading the Shop and the Gold Mine to level 2, which is not possible in the initial story, due to the absence of Banks.
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** "''Train together with your Pokémon to raise their Energy.''" (Appears after upgrading the Shop and the Gold Mine to level 2, which is not possible in the initial story, due to the absence of Banks.)
   
 
==Armies==
 
==Armies==
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===Unite Ransei stories===
 
===Unite Ransei stories===
[[Nobunaga]] is the Warlord of Dragnor in the four {{DL|List of Pokémon Conquest stories|unite Ransei stories}}.
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[[Nobunaga]] is the commanding [[Warlord]] of Dragnor in the four {{DL|List of Pokémon Conquest stories|unite Ransei stories}}.
   
His default army is presented below. As the months pass, the army will develop by recruiting Warriors, forming links, increasing links, equipping items, investing in locations, and challenging other kingdoms to battle.
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His default army is presented below. As the months pass, the army will develop by recruiting [[Warrior]]s, forming [[link]]s, increasing links, equipping [[List of Pokémon Conquest items|items]], investing in [[kingdom location]]s, and challenging other kingdoms to battle.
   
 
He is controlled by the player in {{DL|List of Pokémon Conquest stories|The Road to Conquest}}. In this case, the default army is affected by any prior accomplishments saved in the Gallery.
 
He is controlled by the player in {{DL|List of Pokémon Conquest stories|The Road to Conquest}}. In this case, the default army is affected by any prior accomplishments saved in the Gallery.
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===Collect 100 Pokémon stories===
 
===Collect 100 Pokémon stories===
[[Oichi]] is the Warlord of Dragnor in the four {{DL|List of Pokémon Conquest stories|collect 100 Pokémon stories}}.
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[[Oichi]] is the commanding [[Warlord]] of Dragnor in the four {{DL|List of Pokémon Conquest stories|collect 100 Pokémon stories}}.
   
Her default army is presented below. As the months pass, the army will develop by recruiting Warriors, forming links, increasing links, equipping items, investing in locations, and challenging other kingdoms to battle.
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Her default army is presented below. As the months pass, the army will develop by recruiting [[Warrior]]s, forming [[link]]s, increasing links, equipping [[List of Pokémon Conquest items|items]], investing in [[kingdom location]]s, and challenging other kingdoms to battle.
   
 
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===Defeat Nobunaga===
 
===Defeat Nobunaga===
[[Nobunaga]] is the Warlord of Dragnor in the two {{DL|List of Pokémon Conquest stories|defeat Nobunaga stories}}.
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[[Nobunaga]] is the commanding [[Warlord]] of Dragnor in the two {{DL|List of Pokémon Conquest stories|defeat Nobunaga stories}}.
   
His default Dragnor army is presented below. As the months pass, the army will develop by recruiting Warriors, forming links, increasing links, equipping items, investing in locations, and challenging other kingdoms to battle.
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His default Dragnor army is presented below. As the months pass, the army will develop by recruiting [[Warrior]]s, forming [[link]]s, increasing links, equipping [[List of Pokémon Conquest items|items]], investing in [[kingdom location]]s, and challenging other kingdoms to battle.
   
 
{| style="text-align:center; background:#{{dragon color}}; border:3px solid #{{dragon color dark}}; {{roundy|15px}}"
 
{| style="text-align:center; background:#{{dragon color}}; border:3px solid #{{dragon color dark}}; {{roundy|15px}}"
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===Ninja stories===
 
===Ninja stories===
[[Kunoichi]] is the Warlord of Dragnor and [[Valora]] in the four {{DL|List of Pokémon Conquest stories|ninja stories}}.
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[[Kunoichi]] is the commanding [[Warlord]] of Dragnor and [[Valora]] in the four {{DL|List of Pokémon Conquest stories|ninja stories}}.
   
Her default Dragnor army is presented below. As the months pass, the army will develop by recruiting Warriors, forming links, increasing links, equipping items, investing in locations, and challenging other kingdoms to battle.
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Her default Dragnor army is presented below. As the months pass, the army will develop by recruiting [[Warrior]]s, forming [[link]]s, increasing links, equipping [[List of Pokémon Conquest items|items]], investing in [[kingdom location]]s, and challenging other kingdoms to battle.
   
 
She is controlled by the player in {{DL|List of Pokémon Conquest stories|Time for Battle!}}. In this case, the default army is affected by any prior accomplishments saved in the Gallery.
 
She is controlled by the player in {{DL|List of Pokémon Conquest stories|Time for Battle!}}. In this case, the default army is affected by any prior accomplishments saved in the Gallery.

Revision as of 15:38, 5 June 2013

Dragnor リュウの国 Spr Dragnor Kingdom.png
Ryū Nation
Dragnor Kingdom.png
Type Dragon
Warlord Nobunaga

Gate of Dragnor

Dragnor (Japanese: リュウの国 Ryū Nation) is a kingdom located in northeastern Ransei, featured in Pokémon Conquest. It represents the Dragon type, and is led by Nobunaga. Its adjacent kingdoms are Spectra, Valora, and Nixtorm.

Battlefield

The indoor battlefield of Dragnor features numerous mysterious nodes, whose effects vary with their color, which change between turns. Herbal Nodes, which are green, will deal Grass-type damage to adjacent Pokémon. Pyro Nodes, which are red, will deal Fire-type damage to adjacent Pokémon and burn them. Aqua Nodes, which are blue, will deal Water-type damage to adjacent Pokémon. Electro Nodes, which are yellow, will deal Electric-type damage to adjacent Pokémon and paralyze them. Revival Nodes, which are white, will restore the HP and heal the status ailments of adjacent Pokémon.

Battles fought on Dragnor's battlefield are set to a maximum of 15 turns, and victory is seized by defeating all enemies. If both armies are still standing when all 15 turns have passed, the army defending Dragnor wins the battle.

Wild Pokémon locations

Sky Garden

A Sky Garden is present in the kingdom regardless of development. The variety of wild Pokémon that can be encountered increases with the level of the Sky Garden, as listed below.

Level 1-3
Zubat Zubat
Duskull Duskull
Starly Starly
Minccino Minccino
Level 2-3
Dratini Dratini
Deino Deino
Level 3
Dragonair Dragonair
Event
Dialga Dialga

Ravine

A Ravine appears in the kingdom when the Sky Garden reaches level 2. The variety of wild Pokémon that can be encountered increases with the level of the Ravine, as listed below.

Level 1
Ekans Ekans
Magikarp Magikarp
Spheal Spheal
Venipede Venipede
Level 2-3
Dratini Dratini
Axew Axew
Deino Deino
Zweilous Zweilous
Level 3
Fraxure Fraxure

Infinite Tower

The Infinite Tower temporarily appears in the kingdom as a venue for facing Rayquaza when links have been formed with all other legendary Pokémon, while controlling Rank II Nobunaga in Two Heroes of Ransei.

It also temporarily appears in the kingdom as a venue for facing Arceus at the end of the story The Legend of Ransei.

Pokémon
Rayquaza Rayquaza
Arceus Arceus

Other locations

  • Bank
    • "Invest gold to upgrade locations." (Not available in the game's initial story, The Legend of Ransei.)
  • Shop
    • "Buy and sell items."
  • Gold Mine
    • "Go mining for gold."
  • Dragon Chamber
    • "Train together with your Pokémon to raise their Energy." (Appears after upgrading the Shop and the Gold Mine to level 2, which is not possible in the initial story, due to the absence of Banks.)

Armies

The Legend of Ransei

Warriors
Nobunaga Ranmaru Kazumasu
Conquest Nobunaga II icon.png Ambition Conquest Ranmaru I icon.png Empathy Conquest Warrior M 20 icon.png Marksman
Full Heal Potion N/A
Zekrom
Bolt Strike+3
Teravolt
Dragonair
Dragon Tail+3
Shed Skin
Gabite
Dragon Claw+3
Parry
Urakusai Narimasa Masahide
Conquest Warrior M 17 icon.png Eagle Eye Conquest Warrior M 03 icon.png Bustle Conquest Warrior M 09 icon.png Shout
N/A N/A N/A
Simisage
Leaf Storm+3
Hero
Fraxure
Dragon Claw+3
Mold Breaker
Deino
Dragon Rage+3
Pride

Unite Ransei stories

Nobunaga is the commanding Warlord of Dragnor in the four unite Ransei stories.

His default army is presented below. As the months pass, the army will develop by recruiting Warriors, forming links, increasing links, equipping items, investing in kingdom locations, and challenging other kingdoms to battle.

He is controlled by the player in The Road to Conquest. In this case, the default army is affected by any prior accomplishments saved in the Gallery.

Warriors
Nobunaga Ranmaru Kazumasu
Conquest Nobunaga I icon.png Desire Conquest Ranmaru I icon.png Empathy Conquest Warrior M 20 icon.png Marksman
N/A N/A N/A
Gabite
Dragon Claw
Sandpit
Dratini
Dragon Rage
Shed Skin
Shinx
Spark
Intimidate

Collect 100 Pokémon stories

Oichi is the commanding Warlord of Dragnor in the four collect 100 Pokémon stories.

Her default army is presented below. As the months pass, the army will develop by recruiting Warriors, forming links, increasing links, equipping items, investing in kingdom locations, and challenging other kingdoms to battle.

Warriors
Oichi Ranmaru Narimasa
Conquest Oichi I icon.png Sweet Song Conquest Ranmaru I icon.png Empathy Conquest Warrior M 03 icon.png Bustle
N/A N/A N/A
Jigglypuff
DoubleSlap
Lullaby
Dratini
Dragon Rage
Shed Skin
Rufflet
Wing Attack
Keen Eye

Defeat Nobunaga

Nobunaga is the commanding Warlord of Dragnor in the two defeat Nobunaga stories.

His default Dragnor army is presented below. As the months pass, the army will develop by recruiting Warriors, forming links, increasing links, equipping items, investing in kingdom locations, and challenging other kingdoms to battle.

Warriors
Ranmaru Urakusai Narimasa
Conquest Ranmaru I icon.png Empathy Conquest Warrior M 17 icon.png Eagle Eye Conquest Warrior M 03 icon.png Bustle
N/A N/A N/A
Dratini
Dragon Rage
Shed Skin
Machop
Karate Chop
Guts
Aron
Metal Claw
Sturdy

Ninja stories

Kunoichi is the commanding Warlord of Dragnor and Valora in the four ninja stories.

Her default Dragnor army is presented below. As the months pass, the army will develop by recruiting Warriors, forming links, increasing links, equipping items, investing in kingdom locations, and challenging other kingdoms to battle.

She is controlled by the player in Time for Battle!. In this case, the default army is affected by any prior accomplishments saved in the Gallery.

Warriors
Kunoichi Jūzō Ise
Conquest Kunoichi I icon.png Convalesce Conquest Warrior M 21 icon.png Empathy Conquest Warrior F 05 icon.png Eagle Eye
N/A N/A N/A
Scraggy
Faint Attack
Shed Skin
Axew
Dragon Rage
Mold Breaker
Croagunk
Poison Jab
Dodge

Name origin

Language Name Origin
Japanese リュウの国 Ryū no Kuni From 竜 ryū, dragon.
English Dragnor From dragon.


Ransei

AuroraFontaineIgnisGreenleafViolightPugilis
ChrysaliaIllusioTerreraCragspurYakshaViperia
AviaSpectraValoraNixtormDragnor


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