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'''Greenleaf''' (Japanese: '''アオバの国''' ''Aoba Nation'') is a kingdom in [[Pokémon Conquest]].
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'''Greenleaf''' (Japanese: '''アオバの国''' ''Aoba Nation'') is a kingdom in [[Pokémon Conquest]]. The kingdom is located in the most southwestern part of [[Ransei]]. The kingdom has a maze which will become the battlefield.
   
 
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Greenleaf アオバの国 Spr Greenleaf Kingdom.png
Aoba Nation
Greenleaf Kingdom.png
Type Grass
Warlord Motonari (Kiyomasa in Not Worth Fighting Over)

Gate of Greenleaf

Greenleaf (Japanese: アオバの国 Aoba Nation) is a kingdom in Pokémon Conquest. The kingdom is located in the most southwestern part of Ransei. The kingdom has a maze which will become the battlefield.

Battlefield

The gardenlike battlefield of Greenleaf features a Vine, Strange Flowers, Traps, secret passages, and banners. The Vine works as a bridge, but only provides temporary transportation, as it will extend and retract between turns. When a Pokémon is located at a Strange Flower, it will be launched to another tile. Traps are undetectably located in certain tiles, and will temporarily restrict the actions of Pokémon falling into them. Green Grass, Blue Grass, Yellow Grass, and Lime Grass provide secret passages between connected tiles. The three banners located on the battlefield restore the HP of visiting Pokémon, and determine the outcome of battle if an army manages to claim all of them.

Wild Pokémon areas

Ravine

Level 1-3
Treecko Treecko
Carnivine Carnivine
Sewaddle Sewaddle
Cottonee Cottonee
Petilil Petilil
Level 2-3
Grovyle Grovyle
Swadloon Swadloon
Level 3
Lilligant Lilligant

Farm

Unlocked by Ravine reaching level 2.

Level 1-3
Treecko Treecko
Carnivine Carnivine
Snivy Snivy
Sewaddle Sewaddle
Cottonee Cottonee
Petilil Petilil
Level 2-3
Grovyle Grovyle
Servine Servine
Level 3
Whimsicott Whimsicott
Lilligant Lilligant

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
Pansage Pansage

Utilities

  • Bank
    • Invest gold to upgrade locations. Not available in the initial story.
  • Ponigiri Shop
    • Increase Pokémon's Energy by feeding them ponigiri.
  • Gold Mine
    • Go mining for gold.
  • Woodlands
    • Relax in the forest to temporarily improve Warriors' stats. Appears after upgrading two other utilities, which is not possible in the initial story, due to the absence of Banks.

Armies

Not Worth Fighting Over

Kiyomasa is the Warlord of Greenleaf 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, and equipping items.

He is controlled by the player in Not Worth Fighting Over… 2. In this case, the default army is affected by any prior accomplishments saved in the Gallery.

Warriors
Kiyomasa Terumoto
Conquest Kiyomasa I icon.png Rally Conquest Warrior M 05 icon.png Fortify
N/A N/A
Larvitar
Rock Tomb
Sandpit
Pansage
Vine Whip
Melee

Trivia

  • The official Pokémon Conquest website also referred to this kingdom as Arbora and Sylvan.

Name origin

Language Name Origin
Japanese アオバの国 Aoba no Kuni From 青葉 aoba, fresh leaves.
English Greenleaf Direct translation of the Japanese name.
Chinese (Mandarin) 青葉之國 Qīngyè-zhī Guó Same as Japanese name.


Ransei

AuroraFontaineIgnisGreenleafViolightPugilis
ChrysaliaIllusioTerreraCragspurYakshaViperia
AviaSpectraValoraNixtormDragnor


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