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'''Terrera''' (Japanese: '''ダイチの国''' ''Daichi Nation'') is a kingdom located in central [[Ransei]], featured in [[Pokémon Conquest]]. It represents the {{t|Ground}} type, and is led by [[Shingen]]. Its adjacent kingdoms are [[Chrysalia]], [[Pugilis]], [[Illusio]], [[Cragspur]], and [[Yaksha]].
 
'''Terrera''' (Japanese: '''ダイチの国''' ''Daichi Nation'') is a kingdom located in central [[Ransei]], featured in [[Pokémon Conquest]]. It represents the {{t|Ground}} type, and is led by [[Shingen]]. Its adjacent kingdoms are [[Chrysalia]], [[Pugilis]], [[Illusio]], [[Cragspur]], and [[Yaksha]].
   
 
==Battlefield==
 
==Battlefield==
The desert battlefield of Terrera features Oases, Lifts, a Wind Gust, and banners. Oases restore the {{stat|HP}} and cure any [[status ailment]]s of visiting Pokémon. Lifts are used to transport Pokémon atop the battlefield's three tall towers. A Wind Gust will occasionally appear between turns, making Pokémon located atop towers fall down, dealing {{type|Ground}} damage in the process ({{t|Flying}}-, {{t|Rock}}-, Ground-, and {{type|Steel}} Pokémon will not take any damage; Pokémon with {{a|Levitate}} will). The three banners located on the battlefield's towers restore the {{stat|HP}} of visiting Pokémon and can determine the outcome of battle.
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The desert battlefield of Terrera features Oases, Lifts, a Wind Gust, and banners. Oases restore the {{stat|HP}} and cure any [[status ailment]]s of visiting Pokémon. Lifts are used to transport Pokémon atop the battlefield's three tall towers. A Wind Gust will occasionally appear between turns, making Pokémon located atop towers fall down, dealing {{type|Ground}} damage in the process ({{t|Flying}}-, Ground-, {{t|Rock}}- and {{type|Steel}} Pokémon will not take any damage; Pokémon with {{a|Levitate}} will). The three banners located on the battlefield's towers restore the {{stat|HP}} of visiting Pokémon and can determine the outcome of battle.
   
 
Battles fought on Terrera's battlefield are set to a maximum of 20 turns, and victory is seized by claiming all three banners. The army defending Terrera can also win by defeating all enemies. If neither army has managed to claim all three banners when all 20 turns have passed, the army defending Terrera wins the battle.
 
Battles fought on Terrera's battlefield are set to a maximum of 20 turns, and victory is seized by claiming all three banners. The army defending Terrera can also win by defeating all enemies. If neither army has managed to claim all three banners when all 20 turns have passed, the army defending Terrera wins the battle.
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==Wild Pokémon locations==
 
==Wild Pokémon locations==
 
===Farm===
 
===Farm===
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A {{DL|Kingdom location|Farm}} is present in the kingdom regardless of development. The variety of wild Pokémon that can be encountered increases with the level of the Farm, as listed below.
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! colspan="2" style="text-align:center; background:#{{ground color light}}; {{roundytop}}" | Level 1-3
 
! colspan="2" style="text-align:center; background:#{{ground color light}}; {{roundytop}}" | Level 1-3
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===Park===
 
===Park===
Unlocked by Park reaching level 2.
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A {{DL|Kingdom location|Park}} appears in the kingdom when the {{DL|Kingdom location|Farm}} reaches level 2. The variety of wild Pokémon that can be encountered increases with the level of the Park, as listed below.
   
 
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<!--===Special Pokémon===
 
<!--===Special Pokémon===
On rare occasions, the following Pokémon will appear in the kingdom's regular wild Pokémon locations, and stay there for a month. When this happens, the player is notified by a Messenger during the start of the month.
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On rare occasions, the following Pokémon will appear in the kingdom's {{DL|Kingdom location|Wild Pokémon kingdom locations|regular wild Pokémon locations}} and stay there for a month. When this happens, the player is notified by a Messenger during the start of the month.
   
 
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{| width="150px" style="margin:auto; background:#{{ground color}}; border:3px solid #{{ground color dark}}; {{roundy|15px}}"
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===Ancient Cave===
 
===Ancient Cave===
Unlocked by having completed the {{DL|List of Pokémon Conquest stories|Archenemies}} story and having all other facilities at level 3.
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The {{DL|Kingdom location|Ancient Cave}} temporarily appears in the kingdom as a venue for facing {{p|Groudon}} when the story {{DL|List of Pokémon Conquest stories|Archenemies}} has been completed, and all other [[kingdom location]]s have reached level 3.
   
 
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==Other locations==
 
==Other locations==
*Bank
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* {{DL|Kingdom location|Bank}}
**Invest gold to upgrade locations. Not available in the initial story.
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** "''Invest gold to upgrade locations.''" (Not available in the game's initial story, {{DL|List of Pokémon Conquest stories|The Legend of Ransei}}.)
*Shop
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* {{DL|Kingdom location|Shop}}
**Buy and sell items.
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** "''Buy and sell items.''"
*Ponigiri Shop
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* {{DL|Kingdom location|Ponigiri Shop}}
**Increase Pokémon's Energy by feeding them [[ponigiri]].
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** "''Increase Pokémon's Energy by feeding them [[ponigiri]].''"
*Open-Pit Mine
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* {{DL|Kingdom location|Open-Pit Mine}}
**Go mining for gold. Appears after upgrading the Shop and the Ponigiri Shop to level 2.
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** "''Go mining for gold.''" (Appears after upgrading the Shop and the Ponigiri Shop to level 2.)
   
 
==Armies==
 
==Armies==
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===Unite Ransei stories===
 
===Unite Ransei stories===
[[Shingen]] is the Warlord of Terrera in the four {{DL|List of Pokémon Conquest stories|unite Ransei stories}}.
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[[Shingen]] is the commanding [[Warlord]] of Terrera in the four {{DL|List of Pokémon Conquest stories|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.
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His default army is presented below. As the months pass, the army will develop by recruiting [[Warrior]]s, forming [[link]]s, increasing links, equipping [[List of Pokémon Conquest items|items]], investing in [[kingdom location]]s, and challenging other kingdoms to battle.
   
 
{| style="text-align:center; background:#{{ground color}}; border:3px solid #{{ground color dark}}; {{roundy|15px}}"
 
{| style="text-align:center; background:#{{ground color}}; border:3px solid #{{ground color dark}}; {{roundy|15px}}"
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===Collect 100 Pokémon stories===
 
===Collect 100 Pokémon stories===
[[Shingen]] is the Warlord of Terrera in the four {{DL|List of Pokémon Conquest stories|collect 100 Pokémon stories}}.
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[[Shingen]] is the commanding [[Warlord]] of Terrera in the four {{DL|List of Pokémon Conquest stories|collect 100 Pokémon 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.
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His default army is presented below. As the months pass, the army will develop by recruiting [[Warrior]]s, forming [[link]]s, increasing links, equipping [[List of Pokémon Conquest items|items]], investing in [[kingdom location]]s, and challenging other kingdoms to battle.
   
 
{| style="text-align:center; background:#{{ground color}}; border:3px solid #{{ground color dark}}; {{roundy|15px}}"
 
{| style="text-align:center; background:#{{ground color}}; border:3px solid #{{ground color dark}}; {{roundy|15px}}"
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===Ransei's Greatest Beauty stories===
 
===Ransei's Greatest Beauty stories===
[[Nō]] is the Warlord of Terrera in the seven {{DL|List of Pokémon Conquest stories|Ransei's Greatest Beauty stories}}.
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[[Nō]] is the commanding [[Warlord]] of Terrera in the seven {{DL|List of Pokémon Conquest stories|Ransei's Greatest Beauty stories}}.
   
Her 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.
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Her default army is presented below. As the months pass, the army will develop by recruiting [[Warrior]]s, forming [[link]]s, increasing links, equipping [[List of Pokémon Conquest items|items]], investing in [[kingdom location]]s, and challenging other kingdoms to battle.
   
 
She is controlled by the player in {{DL|List of Pokémon Conquest stories|Ransei's Legendary Beauty}}. In this case, the default army is affected by any prior accomplishments saved in the Gallery.
 
She is controlled by the player in {{DL|List of Pokémon Conquest stories|Ransei's Legendary Beauty}}. In this case, the default army is affected by any prior accomplishments saved in the Gallery.
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===Defeat Nobunaga stories===
 
===Defeat Nobunaga stories===
[[Nobunaga]] is the Warlord of Terrera in the two {{DL|List of Pokémon Conquest stories|defeat Nobunaga stories}}.
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[[Nobunaga]] is the commanding [[Warlord]] of Terrera in the two {{DL|List of Pokémon Conquest stories|defeat Nobunaga stories}}.
   
His default Terrera 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.
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His default Terrera army is presented below. As the months pass, the army will develop by recruiting [[Warrior]]s, forming [[link]]s, increasing links, equipping [[List of Pokémon Conquest items|items]], investing in [[kingdom location]]s, and challenging other kingdoms to battle.
   
 
{| style="text-align:center; background:#{{ground color}}; border:3px solid #{{ground color dark}}; {{roundy|15px}}"
 
{| style="text-align:center; background:#{{ground color}}; border:3px solid #{{ground color dark}}; {{roundy|15px}}"

Revision as of 15:37, 5 June 2013

Terrera ダイチの国 Spr Terrera Kingdom.png
Daichi Nation
Terrera Kingdom.png
Type Ground
Warlord Shingen

Gate of Terrera

Terrera (Japanese: ダイチの国 Daichi Nation) is a kingdom located in central Ransei, featured in Pokémon Conquest. It represents the Ground type, and is led by Shingen. Its adjacent kingdoms are Chrysalia, Pugilis, Illusio, Cragspur, and Yaksha.

Battlefield

The desert battlefield of Terrera features Oases, Lifts, a Wind Gust, and banners. Oases restore the HP and cure any status ailments of visiting Pokémon. Lifts are used to transport Pokémon atop the battlefield's three tall towers. A Wind Gust will occasionally appear between turns, making Pokémon located atop towers fall down, dealing Ground-type damage in the process (Flying-, Ground-, Rock- and Steel-type Pokémon will not take any damage; Pokémon with Levitate will). The three banners located on the battlefield's towers restore the HP of visiting Pokémon and can determine the outcome of battle.

Battles fought on Terrera's battlefield are set to a maximum of 20 turns, and victory is seized by claiming all three banners. The army defending Terrera can also win by defeating all enemies. If neither army has managed to claim all three banners when all 20 turns have passed, the army defending Terrera wins the battle.

Wild Pokémon locations

Farm

A Farm is present in the kingdom regardless of development. The variety of wild Pokémon that can be encountered increases with the level of the Farm, as listed below.

Level 1-3
Meowth Meowth
Wooper Wooper
Larvitar Larvitar
Bidoof Bidoof
Drilbur Drilbur
Sandile Sandile
Level 2-3
Onix Onix
Rhyhorn Rhyhorn
Level 3
Quagsire Quagsire
Pupitar Pupitar
Excadrill Excadrill

Park

A Park appears in the kingdom when the Farm reaches level 2. The variety of wild Pokémon that can be encountered increases with the level of the Park, as listed below.

Level 1-3
Wooper Wooper
Sandile Sandile
Minccino Minccino
Level 2-3
Rhyhorn Rhyhorn
Quagsire Quagsire
Krokorok Krokorok
Level 3
Rhydon Rhydon
Steelix Steelix
Pupitar Pupitar
Excadrill Excadrill

Ancient Cave

The Ancient Cave temporarily appears in the kingdom as a venue for facing Groudon when the story Archenemies has been completed, and all other kingdom locations have reached level 3.

Pokémon
Groudon Groudon

Other locations

Armies

The Legend of Ransei

Warriors
Shingen Yukimura Kunoichi
Conquest Shingen I icon.png Rally Conquest Yukimura I icon.png Mighty Blow Conquest Kunoichi I icon.png Convalesce
Freeze Block Power Wristband Potion
Rhyperior
Rock Wrecker+2
Lightningrod
Tepig
Ember+2
Blaze
Scraggy
Faint Attack+2
Shed Skin
Katsuyori Masatoyo Kei
Conquest Warrior M 05 icon.png Mighty Blow Conquest Warrior M 01 icon.png Brotherhood Conquest Warrior F 01 icon.png Adrenaline
N/A N/A N/A
Rhyhorn
Bulldoze+2
Lightningrod
Drilbur
Dig+2
Sandpit
Charmander
Ember+2
Blaze

Unite Ransei stories

Shingen is the commanding Warlord of Terrera 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 kingdom locations, and challenging other kingdoms to battle.

Warriors
Shingen Yukimura Kunoichi
Conquest Shingen I icon.png Rally Conquest Yukimura I icon.png Mighty Blow Conquest Kunoichi I icon.png Convalesce
N/A N/A N/A
Rhyhorn
Bulldoze+1
Lightningrod
Tepig
Ember
Blaze
Scraggy
Faint Attack
Shed Skin

Collect 100 Pokémon stories

Shingen is the commanding Warlord of Terrera in the four collect 100 Pokémon 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 kingdom locations, and challenging other kingdoms to battle.

Warriors
Shingen Yukimura Kunoichi
Conquest Shingen I icon.png Rally Conquest Yukimura I icon.png Mighty Blow Conquest Kunoichi I icon.png Convalesce
N/A N/A N/A
Rhyperior
Rock Wrecker
Lightningrod
Tepig
Ember
Blaze
Scraggy
Faint Attack
Shed Skin

Ransei's Greatest Beauty stories

is the commanding Warlord of Terrera in the seven Ransei's Greatest Beauty stories.

Her default army is presented below. As the months pass, the army will develop by recruiting Warriors, forming links, increasing links, equipping items, investing in kingdom locations, and challenging other kingdoms to battle.

She is controlled by the player in Ransei's Legendary Beauty. In this case, the default army is affected by any prior accomplishments saved in the Gallery.

Warriors
Omi Asa
Conquest No I icon.png Added Bonus Conquest Warrior F 02 icon.png Salve Conquest Warrior F 02 icon.png Sweet Song
N/A N/A N/A
Drifloon
Astonish
Dodge
Duskull
Astonish
Levitate
Gastly
Lick
Levitate

Defeat Nobunaga stories

Nobunaga is the commanding Warlord of Terrera in the two defeat Nobunaga stories.

His default Terrera army is presented below. As the months pass, the army will develop by recruiting Warriors, forming links, increasing links, equipping items, investing in kingdom locations, and challenging other kingdoms to battle.

Warriors
Ieyasu Tadakatsu Yoshitaka Murashige
Conquest Ieyasu I icon.png Brotherhood Conquest Tadakatsu I icon.png Impact Conquest Warrior M 15 icon.png Rally Conquest Warrior M 17 icon.png Top Speed
N/A N/A N/A N/A
Onix
Rock Tomb
Sturdy
Steelix
Iron Tail
Sturdy
Drilbur
Dig
Sandpit
Rhyhorn
Bulldoze
Lightningrod

Name origin

Language Name Origin
Japanese ダイチの国 Daichi no Kuni From 大地 daichi, earth.
English Terrera From terra, Latin for earth.


Ransei

AuroraFontaineIgnisGreenleafViolightPugilis
ChrysaliaIllusioTerreraCragspurYakshaViperia
AviaSpectraValoraNixtormDragnor


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