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* Reach a 55% Link with Jigglypuff or Wigglytuff after the main story
* Transforms to Rank II by reaching a 55% link with Jigglypuff or Wigglytuff after having completed the ''The Legend of Ransei'' story.
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Artwork with Jigglypuff
She is partnered with the player throughout the duration of the main story.
In the games
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|Warrior Skill||Sweet Song|
|Warrior Skill||Soft Light|
- Transforms to Rank II by reaching a 55% link with Jigglypuff or Wigglytuff after having completed the The Legend of Ransei story.
- Start of turn:
- With low health:
- "Okay, let's go!"
- Start of battle:
- When attacking a castle:
- When defending a castle:
- "This battle must not be lost!"
- During battle:
- "<Pokémon's name>, can you keep going? Right! Then let's do it!"
- When ordering to attack:
- "It's time for <move's name>!"
- When ordering to invade a kingdom:
- "We can't move back! We must move forward!"
- When using her Warrior Skill:
- "I really hope this works!"
- After winning a battle:
- "We did it! Victory is ours!"
- When being defeated:
- "Oh no, <Pokémon's Name>! I'm sorry. It's time for us to retreat..."
- With 10 Warriors in the army:
- "It looks like we've picked up an ally or two! Let's keep going this way and make lots and lots of allies! That's a good idea, isn't it, <Pokémon's name>?"
A sweet, kindhearted young girl who is not without strength and resolve. By nature she is not drawn to battle but has nonetheless learned to embrace it when necessary.
In the manga
In the Pokémon + Nobunaga's Ambition ~ Ranse's Color Picture Scroll ~ manga
Oichi appears as a recurring character in the Pokémon + Nobunaga's Ambition ~ Ranse's Color Picture Scroll ~ manga. She first appears with her Jigglypuff at the Aurora Castle. She reminisces to earlier when her Jigglypuff got into a fight with wild Pokémon over ponigiri. After chasing Jigglypuff throughout the kingdom, they find themselves lost in the woods and are forced to camp for the night. Homesick, Oichi remembers her original home but is attacked by hungry wild Pokémon and is forced to defend herself.
Suddenly, they are saved by the Hero, who helps them defeat the Pokémon with his Eevee. The Hero tells Oichi that she is welcome at Aurora, helping her cure her homesickness. Later, they apologize to the townspeople for the mess Jigglypuff made.
Later, Oichi and the other Warlords prepare for a festival, but argue over what color to paint their parade carriage. After the male Warlord's fighting causes the carriage to get destroyed, they are berated by the female Warlord's for their immaturity. Without the carriage, they have to nothing to present to the festival, but the Heroine proposes an idea to make floating lanterns shaped like Pokémon.
At the festival, Oichi spots Nobunaga flying above them as he catches a lantern shaped like a Zekrom. They fly up and manage to convince him to join them in the festivities.
Oichi's Warrior Skill is Sweet Song.
| Jigglypuff is Oichi's only known Pokémon. It was first seen with Oichi lost in the Aurora woods. Later, they remember back to how Jigglypuff got into a fight with some wild Starly and got them lost. Later, it fought several wild Pokémon and the Hero's Eevee and managed to win.
Jigglypuff's only known move is DoubleSlap and its Ability is Lullaby.
|Debut||The White Scroll: Oichi's Worries|
Oichi is based on the real-life Oichi of Japanese history. She is the mother of Gō (Oeyo), Hatsu (Ohatsu), and Chacha (Yodo-dono), the latter being Hideyoshi's second wife. Oichi's first husband (who she later remarried), Shibata Katsuie, and her second husband, Azai Nagamasa, do not appear in the game.
Hero/Heroine • Nobunaga • Oichi • Hideyoshi • Motochika • Ginchiyo • Motonari • Mitsuhide • Yoshihiro
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