- 1 Canon?
- 2 Koei Wiki
- 3 New characters
- 4 So, uh...
- 5 Possible trivia
- 6 First crossover game
- 7 Pokémon Conquest
- 8 American Rating (ESRB) confirmed!
- 9 Character list + starting to add more information...
- 10 Side stories
- 11 Episodes, not stories.
- 12 lilligant password
- 13 Password reuse
- 14 Random Event
- 15 Zekrom Password?
- 16 DSI enhanced?
Is this game canon? Metalfenix11 13:13, January 9 2012 (UTC)
- As the article says, it's a spinoff crossover. We can't be sure it's going to be canon or not, but it's mostly unlikely. Masatoshitalk 13:29, 9 January 2012 (UTC)
- God. How on the Earth could it be canon? --Maxim 14:30, 9 January 2012 (UTC)
Here is a link to the Koei Wiki article of the game. 
I figure linking back to the Koei character articles would be best, rather than the normal Wikipedia historical figure profiles, since the characters take on the appearances and personalities of Koei's Samurai Warriors 3 interpretations.
Ixbran 07:33, 14 January 2012 (UTC)
I added new characters according to what is written on Koei's official wiki: http://koei.wikia.com/wiki/Pokémon_Plus_Nobunaga_no_Yabou#Other_characters Shepeedy 20:10, 19 January 2012 (UTC)
These characters, they are getting articles when the game comes out, right? Because that gallery is getting ridiculously large now. Ataro 04:17, 20 February 2012 (UTC)
- I sure hope so. Trying to have info of all the characters and story on one page would be a bit much. :-( Frozen Fennec 04:19, 20 February 2012 (UTC)
I've got an idea. To save time, we could put all of one type of warrior on one page. - PichuMadman26
Not sure if this would be worth including in the article, but the name of the area the player character begins in, Hajime (ハジメ), is Japanese for "beginning". The name of the domain that was historically Nobunaga's homeland is Owari (尾張, or オワリ in katakana) which with different kanji can mean "end". Since Nobunaga appears to be the final boss of the game, this means the players starts in the "beginning" and finishes at the "end". --ACDragonMaster 02:05, 24 February 2012 (UTC)
- if i may, i think we should pre-order a copy to do research on this game. I already pre-ordered mine today. (ReshiramHeroDes (talk) 23:55, 11 June 2012 (UTC))
- I pre-ordered the Japanese version, actually. :) I just forgot about this comment here. Whoops. Still unsure whether that merits trivia, though, since obviously Nobunaga's domain isn't called Owari in the game (which makes sense, since Ransei isn't Japan). --ACDragonMaster (talk) 04:24, 23 July 2012 (UTC)
First crossover game
Pokémon already had another crossover game aside from Smash Bros. with the Mystery Dungeon-series. Although Chunsoft primarily borrows licensed characters for their games , it remains a crossover in my opinion (because the Smash Bros. crossover is similar, aside from the game genre.) - and thus - should be stated.
Renoir 15:56, 17 March 2012 (UTC)
- Is Mystery Dungeon really a crossover? There is no characters outside the Pokémon franchise (if I am wrong, say it), while both this and the Smash Bros series have such characters. Marked +-+-+ 16:00, 17 March 2012 (UTC)
It is, between the Mystery Dungeon Series and Pokémon. Mystery Dungeon has also crossovers with other series, such as Dragon Quest and Final Fantasy. The Wikipedia article provides further information, and since the content is rather consistent, i don't think they just created the games for the purpose of trolling readers. Pokémon Mystery Dungeon although, seems to be the most well-known Mystery Dungeon crossover. Renoir 17:01, 17 March 2012 (UTC)
American Rating (ESRB) confirmed!
The Entertainment Software Rating Board of America (ESRB) confirmed that the rating of this title is E for Everyone for Mild Cartoon Violence and Mild Suggestive Themes.
Pikachu4170 14:17, 4 April 2012 (UTC)
Character list + starting to add more information...
Given the sheer number of images in the article, as well as the number of characters in the game, would it be more appropriate to move most the images to a separate gallery linked from the article instead? That would allow for more room for character information and make the article look less cluttered.
Also, I'm starting to work on adding more detailed information on the game, as this page is pretty sorely lacking, but since the English version isn't out yet I'm having to rely on terms used in the Japanese version (or their translations) for the time being. If anyone has a better translation or something official in English comes out, please do fix it. --ACDragonMaster 21:27, 7 April 2012 (UTC)
- Eventually all the characters will get their own pages and the images will be removed from this page. Chances are this will be after the English release though. --SnorlaxMonster 08:34, 11 April 2012 (UTC)
- Well, yes, but I can add at least some basic information and clean up the page now like I did for the Ransei page, which would make it easier to edit later and more informational in the mean time. I'm just enough of a noob at wikicode that I don't want to accidentally screw up the images somehow... --ACDragonMaster 01:16, 12 April 2012 (UTC)
- You recruit more Warlords to use. Guess I forgot to mention the bit about recruit them, I'll go add that in. XD --ACDragonMaster 01:16, 12 April 2012 (UTC)
- Yes, but making a separate page just for a gallery is going to make it harder to sort things out when we give the characters pages, as it will need to be deleted once they all get pages. The gallery is quite long right now, but it isn't really causing any problems. --SnorlaxMonster 03:28, 12 April 2012 (UTC)
- Cause no one really has gotten around to do it. You can add it if you have the information.--ForceFire 10:28, 12 July 2012 (UTC)
Episodes, not stories.
- Game uses "story," so someone has to choose which to follow. Site or game? -tc²₆tc26- 06:06, 19 July 2012 (UTC)
Does anyone know exactly what is needed to be done to reuse passwords? (for example, does new game + do the trick, or does all saved data have to be cleared?) AySz88 (talk) 15:37, 10 November 2012 (UTC)
I noticed an odd random event that I haven't seen any records of on here nor any other site. At the start of a month, Kanetsugu started complaining about a cold, of all things. Then a message popped up saying that the warriors who caught a cold are unable to do anything for the month, and three warriors all from the same kingdom were disabled for that turn, with a small purple box near their picture indicating the cause. This hadn't happened until February of Year 17 in my game. Schiffy (talk) 04:20, 15 March 2013 (UTC)
- EDIT - and in the following month (just happened right after I posted this), the cold seems to have traveled to a neighboring kingdom, with both the warriors from the previous month, and one more from this month unable to do anything for the turn, and not only that, but it seems to span a little longer than a month or two. Can anyone else say they've seen this? - unsigned comment from Schiffy (talk • contribs)
- I have seen this, and when it does happen, it annoys the stuffing out of me. There's a similar phenomenon in the form of hay fever which has similar effects. Luckily, these problems can be eliminated right from the start by buying Cold Medicine and Hayfever Pills from the traveling merchants. Dragonhat (talk) 04:31, 15 March 2013 (UTC)
Can anyone even confirm that this supposed password for Zekrom even works? I tried it once, to no avail (though it was during the initial story), and it wouldn't make any rational sense that it would ever work, seeing as obtaining Zekrom has certain requirements involving having Nobunaga in your army, and no password should be needed. Schiffy (talk) 03:23, 21 March 2013 (UTC)