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Heroine

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Heroine
主人公 Shujinkō
Conquest heroine.png
Artwork with Eevee
Gender Female
Relatives None
Kingdom Aurora
Specialty Normal
Default Pokémon Eevee

The Heroine (Japanese: 主人公) is a Warlord that appears in Pokémon Conquest if the player's selected gender is female. She is the only character in the game who can be named by the player, and is the main character under the player's control in the game's initial story, The Legend of Ransei.

Her counterpart is the Hero.

In the games

The Heroine (Rank I) and Eevee in the opening credits
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Warlord information

Arceus and the Heroine (Rank II)

Rank I

Arceus and the Heroine (Rank III)
Conquest Heroine I.png Power 65
Wisdom 60
Charisma 65
Total 190
Warrior Skill Top Speed
Capacity 4
Perfect Links
Eevee Eevee

Rank II

Conquest Heroine II.png Power 75
Wisdom 70
Charisma 80
Total 225
Warrior Skill Courage
Capacity 6
Perfect Links
Eevee Eevee Vaporeon Vaporeon Jolteon Jolteon
Flareon Flareon Espeon Espeon Umbreon Umbreon
Leafeon Leafeon Glaceon Glaceon

Rank III

Conquest Heroine III.png Power 80
Wisdom 85
Charisma 100
Total 265
Warrior Skill Motivate
Capacity 8
Perfect Links
Eevee Eevee Vaporeon Vaporeon Jolteon Jolteon
Flareon Flareon Espeon Espeon Umbreon Umbreon
Leafeon Leafeon Glaceon Glaceon Arceus Arceus

Quotes

  • Start of turn:
    • With low health:
"Uh-oh..."
  • Otherwise:
"Let's go!"
  • Start of battle:
    • When attacking a castle:
"I'll show you what I'm made of!"
  • When defending a castle:
"I'll defend this kingdom to the very end!"
  • When ordering to attack:
"<Pokémon's name>, <move's name>!"
  • When ordering to go to battle:
  • A kingdom:
"I won't be beaten this time!"
  • A wild Pokémon location:
"Let's go!"
  • Upon forming a link:
"I have formed a link with <Pokémon's name>!"
"This should help matters."
  • After winning a battle:
"<Kingdom name> is all ours!"
  • After losing a battle:
  • If recruitable:
"Uh... You're just too strong..."
  • Otherwise:
"Oh, no, <Pokémon's name>..."
  • When being recruited:
"Thank you so much! You can trust me!"
  • When there are 30 Warriors in the army:
"Hey, we've found quite a few allies now! The Pokémon seem on top of the world!"

Profile

A youth in possession of a rare talent to communicate on a deep level with Pokémon of all kinds. This Warrior's friendship with Eevee dates back to childhood.

Historical origin

Trivia



Core series: RedLeafEthanKrisLyraBrendanMayLucasDawn
HilbertHildaNateRosaCalemSerena
Side series: WesMichael
Spin-off games: LunickSolanaKellynKateBenSummer
MarkMintHeroHeroineLucy FleetfootTodd Snap
Ransei

Hero/HeroineNobunagaOichiHideyoshiMotochikaGinchiyoMotonariMitsuhideYoshihiro
NeneShingenMasamuneKenshinYoshimotoUjiyasuKotarōIeyasu
HanbeiKanbeiMuneshigeGraciaHanzōKunoichiYukimuraMagoichiKanetsugu
AyaKaiOkuniRanmaruTadakatsuInaKeijiMitsunariKiyomasaMasanori

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