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[[Masanori]] is the Warlord of Fontaine in the three {{DL|List of Pokémon Conquest stories|Not Worth Fighting Over}} stories.
 
[[Masanori]] is the Warlord of Fontaine in the three {{DL|List of Pokémon Conquest stories|Not Worth Fighting Over}} stories.
   
His default army is presented below. As the months pass, the army will develop by recruiting Warriors, forming links, increasing links, and equipping items.
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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.
   
 
He is controlled by the player in {{DL|List of Pokémon Conquest stories|Not Worth Fighting Over… 3}}. 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|Not Worth Fighting Over… 3}}. In this case, the default army is affected by any prior accomplishments saved in the Gallery.

Revision as of 14:57, 10 February 2013

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Fontaine イズミの国 Spr Fontaine Kingdom.png
Izumi Nation
Fontaine Kingdom.png
Type Water
Warlord Motochika (Masanori in Not Worth Fighting Over)

Gate of Fontaine

Fontaine (Japanese: イズミの国 Izumi Nation) is a kingdom in Pokémon Conquest. It's location is in southeast of Aurora and east of Greenleaf. The kingdom is on the coast, with water flowing out a rock beside the castle and the castle itself. Water-type Pokémon and Warrior is the most common Pokémon here.

Battlefield

The waterside battlefield of Fontaine features water tiles, Gate Switches, Flood Gates, and a Fountain. Only Water-type Pokémon can stand on water tiles. Gate Switches can be stepped on in order to manipulate Flood Gates, which control the amount of water tiles present on the battlefield. The Fountain deals Water-type damage to Pokémon adjacent to it.

Wild Pokémon areas

Ravine

Level 1-3
Magikarp Magikarp
Wooper Wooper
Spheal Spheal
Piplup Piplup
Level 2-3
Bibarel Bibarel
Level 3
Gyarados Gyarados
Prinplup Prinplup

Farm

Unlocked by Ravine reaching level 2.

Level 1-3
Magikarp Magikarp
Wooper Wooper
Piplup Piplup
Oshawott Oshawott
Level 2-3
Bibarel Bibarel
Level 3
Quagsire Quagsire
Dewott Dewott

Special Pokémon

On rare occasions, the following Pokémon will appear in the kingdom's regular wild Pokémon areas, and stay there for a month. When this happens, the player is notified by a Messenger during the start of the month.

Pokémon
Panpour Panpour

Utilities

  • Bank
    • Invest gold to upgrade locations. Not available in the initial story.
  • Shop
    • Buy and sell items.
  • Ponigiri Shop
    • Increase Pokémon's Energy by feeding them ponigiri.
  • River of Gold
    • Go panning in the River of Gold. Appears after upgrading the Shop and the Ponigiri Shop, which is not possible in the initial story, due to the absence of Banks.

Armies

Not Worth Fighting Over

Masanori is the Warlord of Fontaine in the three Not Worth Fighting Over 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.

He is controlled by the player in Not Worth Fighting Over… 3. In this case, the default army is affected by any prior accomplishments saved in the Gallery.

Warriors
Masanori Morichika
Conquest Masanori I icon.png Impact Conquest Warrior M 06 icon.png Eagle Eye
N/A N/A
Skorupi
Poison Jab
Battle Armor
Wooper
Water Gun
Gulp

Name origin

Language Name Origin
Japanese イズミの国 Izumi no Kuni From 泉 izumi, fountain.
English Fontaine From fontaine, French for fountain.
Chinese (Mandarin) 泉水之國 Quánshuǐ-zhī Guó From 泉水 quánshuǐ, spring water.


Ransei

AuroraFontaineIgnisGreenleafViolightPugilis
ChrysaliaIllusioTerreraCragspurYakshaViperia
AviaSpectraValoraNixtormDragnor


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