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アヤゴゼン Aya-Gozen
Aya Gozen.png
Artwork with Cubchoo
Gender Female
Relatives Kenshin (brother)
Kingdom Illusio
Specialty Ice, Ghost
Default Pokémon Cubchoo

Aya (Japanese: アヤゴゼン Aya-Gozen) is a Warlord in Pokémon Conquest.

In the games

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Warlord information

Rank I

Conquest Aya I.png Power 39
Wisdom 71
Charisma 75
Total 185
Warrior Skill Sweet Song
Capacity 5
Perfect Links
361CFS.png Snorunt

Rank II

Conquest Aya II.png Power 49
Wisdom 81
Charisma 86
Total 216
Warrior Skill Compassion
Capacity 5
Perfect Links
361CFS.png Snorunt 478CFS.png Froslass
  • Transforms to Rank II by reaching a 55% link with Snorunt or Froslass.


  • Start of turn:
  • When asleep:
"Still in the land of sweet dreams?"
  • With low health/other status:
"We must preserve."
  • Winning the battle:
"Now we must put an end to this."
  • Otherwise:
"Let us be off."
  • Start of battle:
  • When attacking a castle:
"My duty will be done."
  • When defending a castle:
"I shall teach them a lesson."
  • During battle:
  • When ordering to attack:
"Let's go."
  • Upon forming a link:
"It seems that <Pokémon's name> sensed the love I felt."
  • Upon removing a Pokémon from the party:
"Parting only makes true love grow stronger...You understand, don't you (Pokémon's name)?"
  • When using an item:
"My <item> will help."
  • When using Warrior Skill:
"This is my love for you."
  • After winning a battle:
"Our righteousness has proven for all to see!"
  • When defeated:
  • If recruited:
"I’m sure all the world will know of your talents before too long."
  • If defeated by something other then the enemy:
"Oh, goodness...To think this could happen...to me..."
  • Otherwise:
"I think the end has come."
  • When being recruited:
"How wonderful. I shall accompany you."
  • When kicked out of army:
"If you do so out of love, then I understand."
  • Delegation:
  • Delegate is selected:
"What shall I do for you?"
  • A new choice is selected:
"Please, leave it all to me."
  • The same choice is made:
"I shall continue to serve you with all the devotion I have."
  • Choose to stop delegating:
"Oh, I see. You don't want to trust me any longer."
"I shall choose for you, shall I, (Pokémon's name)?"
  • At a mine:
"So! Let's begin!"
  • At Powerplant/Windmill:
"I am supposed to press this button?"
  • At a power tree:
"I feel a new strength within me."
  • At an Alchemist/Blacksmith:
"What shall I make?"
  • Good response at a facility:
  • "But of course."
  • "I never had any doubt."
  • "How lovely!"
  • Bad response at a facility:
  • "Oh dear..."
  • When there are 50+ warriors in the army:
"Our band of allies has grown! Behold how pleased the Pokémon appear to be by this."


Older sister of Kenshin, her heart is split between a kindly warmth and a strict discipline. Modest and refined, she never loses her cool.

Historical origin

Aya is based on the real-life Aya-Gozen of Japanese history. She was Kenshin's older half-sister and the mother of Kagekatsu (Uesugi Kagekatsu). Aya's husband, Nagao Masakage, does not appear in the game.




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