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Nixtorm (Japanese: フブキの国 Fubuki Nation) is a kingdom in Pokémon Conquest.
The frozen battlefield of Nixtorm features ice tiles, Drifting Ice, and Thin Ice. Ice-type Pokémon can move regularly on ice tiles, while other Pokémon will slide. Blocks of Drifting Ice provide transportation. Thin Ice are tiles that will break when stood on for two turns.
Wild Pokémon areas
Unlocked by Snowy Mountain reaching level 2.
When the Sky Garden appears, a male Ninja will say:
- "I-I simply don't believe it! A g-garden! Up there in the sky! I-It just suddenly appeared—out of thin air! It must be some kind of apparition... I'd better go take a look, I think!"
- You are now able to visit the Sky Garden.
Unlocked by having completed the Tragic Determination story and having Snowy Mountain and Sky Garden at level 3.
- Invest gold to upgrade locations. Not available in the initial story.
- Gold Mine
- Combine two items to form a new item. Appears after upgrading two other utilities, which is not possible in the initial story, due to the absence of Banks.
The Legend of Ransei
Mitsuhide is the Warlord of Nixtorm 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 locations, and challenging other kingdoms to battle.
Hanzō is the Warlord of Spectra and Nixtorm in the four Ninja Competition stories.
His default Nixtorm 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 A Ninja Amongst Ninjas. In this case, the default army is affected by any prior accomplishments saved in the Gallery.
||フブキの国 Fubuki no Kuni
||From 吹雪 fubuki, blizzard.
||From nix, Latin for snow, and storm.