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==In the games==
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In the main storyline, Ujiyasu plays a minor role as the lead Warlord of [[Cragspur]]. The {{player}} must defeat him, {{OBP|Kai|Conquest}}, and four other warriors to claim the kingdom.
In {{DL|List of Pokémon Conquest stories|The Legend of Ransei}}, Ujiyasu plays a minor role as the Warlord of [[Cragspur]]. The {{player}} must defeat him, {{OBP|Kai|Conquest}}, and four other Warriors to claim the kingdom.
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Revision as of 18:43, 24 February 2013

ウジジス Ujiyasu
Artwork with Boldore
Gender Male
Relatives Unknown
Kingdom Cragspur
Specialty Rock
Default Pokémon Roggenrola

Ujiyasu (Japanese: ウジジス) is a Warlord in Pokémon Conquest.

In the games

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In The Legend of Ransei, Ujiyasu plays a minor role as the Warlord of Cragspur. The player must defeat him, Kai, and four other Warriors to claim the kingdom.

Warlord information

Rank I

Conquest Ujiyasu I.png Power 80
Wisdom 78
Charisma 84
Total 242
Warrior Skill Brotherhood
Capacity 7
Perfect Links
525CFS.png Boldore

Rank II

Conquest Ujiyasu II.png Power 90
Wisdom 94
Charisma 94
Total 278
Warrior Skill Father Figure
Capacity 8
Perfect Links
525CFS.png Boldore 526CFS.png Gigalith
  • Transforms to Rank II by reaching a 60% link with Boldore or Gigalith.


  • When being recruited:
"Not bad. I reckon you've got potential."


Despite his tendency to see gruff and unaccommodating, he cares deeply for his allies. He has taken part in more battles than even he can count.

Historical origin

Ujiyasu is based on the real-life Hōjō Ujiyasu of Japanese history. He had a total of seven sons, including Ujimasa (Hōjō Ujimasa), Ujiteru (Hōjō Ujiteru), and Ujikuni (Hōjō Ujikuni).




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