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Revision as of 03:29, 27 July 2013

Ieyasu
イエヤス Ieyasu
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Artwork with Aggron
Gender Male
Relatives Unknown
Kingdom Valora
Specialty Steel, Rock
Default Pokémon Lairon

Ieyasu (Japanese: イエヤス) is a Warlord in Pokémon Conquest.

In the games

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Warlord information

Rank I

Conquest Ieyasu I.png Power 80
Wisdom 84
Charisma 87
Total 251
Warrior Skill Brotherhood
Capacity 8
Perfect Links
Aggron Aggron

Rank II

Conquest Ieyasu II.png Power 88
Wisdom 94
Charisma 97
Total 279
Warrior Skill Resolution
Capacity 8
Perfect Links
Aggron Aggron Registeel Registeel
  • Transforms to Rank II by reaching a 70% link with Aggron.

Default Pokémon

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Aggron
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Lairon
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Lairon
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Onix

Quotes

  • Start of turn:
    • With low health:
"???"
  • Otherwise:
"I think it's time for <Pokémon's move>."
  • During battle:
"Our progress depends on our success in this battle! We cannot afford to give anything but our very best."
  • When ordering to attack:
"Right, shall we head off then?"
  • Upon forming a link:
"All right, <Pokémon's name>! Come with me!"
  • When being recruited:
"Impressive... Your skills in battle are truly remarkable..."

Profile

A most magnanimous man who treats his allies with great affection and is venerated by them in return. Careful and patient, he achieves results one step at a time.

Historical origin

Ieyasu is based on the real-life Tokugawa Ieyasu of Japanese history. Hidetada (Tokugawa Hidetada) was his son. Hanzō, Tenkai Tenkai, and Hatsume (Hatsume no Tsubone) were in direct service to Ieyasu, and Tadakatsu, Tadatsugu (Sakai Tadatsugu), Yasumasa (Sakakibara Yasumasa) and Naomasa (Ii Naomasa) were the "Elite Four" of Ieyasu's army, the Shitennō. Munenori (Yagyū Munenori) was a retainer of the Tokugawa clan and Hidetada's swordsmanship teacher.

Trivia


Ransei

Hero/HeroineNobunagaOichiHideyoshiMotochikaGinchiyoMotonariMitsuhideYoshihiro
NeneShingenMasamuneKenshinYoshimotoUjiyasuKotarōIeyasu
HanbeiKanbeiMuneshigeGraciaHanzōKunoichiYukimuraMagoichiKanetsugu
AyaKaiOkuniRanmaruTadakatsuInaKeijiMitsunariKiyomasaMasanori

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