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Nō (Japanese: ノウヒメ Nōhime) is a Warlord in Pokémon Conquest.
In the games
In The Legend of Ransei, Nō is one of Nobunaga's top generals, and one of the last people the Hero/Heroine needs to defeat to challenge Nobunaga himself. Her junior Warlord is Okuni.
- Transforms to Rank II by reaching a 60% link with Misdreavus or Mismagius while all Ghost-type Pokémon are registered in the Gallery.
- "Let us begin."
- "Kneel before me."
- "They shan't forget me in a hurry."
- "Everyone is giving it everything that they have-people and Pokémon both! How devoted you all are to your cause..."
- "Strike with <move's name>!"
- When ordering to go to battle:
- "There's no need to hurry... Let's take our time and enjoy it!"
- To a wild Pokémon location:
- "Will this be enjoyable, I wonder?"
- "Come along, <Pokémon's name>. You're my little precious now!"
- "I shall use my <item>."
- "I think this will be fun..."
- "It's over already? How dull."
- "If I serve you, are you going to keep me satisfied?"
- If defeated by something other then the enemy:
- "Well, I enjoy the odd surprise now and then..."
- "Hmm... Our enemies are stronger than they look!"
- "Very well... I certainly hope you'll prove worth my effort, though."
- When there are 50 Warriors in the army:
- "My word, we have as many as 50 allies! The Pokémon seem over the moon."
- "Well, well. This is interesting. A contest to see who will become Queen of Ransei... Is there really anyone more sutable than me? Just watch... I will show everyone how...dangerous this beauty can be."
An aloof and somewhat mysterious beauty who likes nothing more than watching talented Warriors in action on the battlefield.
Nō is based on the real-life Nōhime of Japanese history. She was Nobunaga's wife. Dōsan (Saitō Dōsan) was her father and Yoshitatsu (Saitō Yoshitatsu) was her brother. Ittetsu (Inaba Yoshimichi), Morinari (Andō Morinari), and Bokuzen (Ujiie Naotomo) were all generals known as the Mino Triumvirate that served the Saitō clan and eventually Nobunaga.