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Artwork with Eevee
| Default Pokémon
The Hero (Japanese: 主人公) is a Warlord that appears in Pokémon Conquest if the player's selected gender is male. He 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.
His counterpart is the Heroine.
In the games
The Hero (Rank I) and Eevee
in the opening credits
The Hero starts off in the nation of Aurora with their partner Eevee, having just become the most recent Warlord. The Hero meets up with Mitsunari, Kiyomasa, and Masanori, who taunt him, stating that he isn't ready to be a Warlord. At this point, two Warriors from the neighboring nation of Ignis quickly challenge the Hero to battle. Oichi joins in the battle to support the Hero.
After defeating the duo, Oichi relays the details of the legend of Ransei, and sets the Hero off on a quest to unite the 17 nations. Upon conquering the final nation, the Hero has the chance to link with Arceus. When the player successfully links with Arceus, Nobunaga appears and challenges the Hero's party to a final battle, along with Nō, Ieyasu, Mitsuhide, Hideyoshi, and Ranmaru.
Upon defeating Nobunaga, the Hero brings peace to the land of Ransei, allowing each Warlord leader to rule their respective nations once again. Arceus goes off, telling the Hero it will appear again when the time is right.
and the Hero (Rank III)
| Warrior Skill
|| Top Speed
| Perfect Links
- "Still sleeping, eh..."
- With low health or a status ailment:
- "We're on course for victory!"
- "Let's go!"
- "I'll show you what I'm made of!"
- "I'll defend this kingdom to the very end!"
- "<Pokémon's name>! <move's name>!"
- When ordering to go to battle:
- "I won't be defeated this time!"
- To a wild Pokémon location:
- "Let's go!"
- "I have formed a link with <Pokémon's name>!"
- "Time to use my <item>!"
- "Right, this should help our cause!"
- "<kingdom's name> Castle is ours!"
- "<kingdom's name> Castle belongs to us!"
- "Argh! You're just too good..."
- If defeated by something other than the enemy:
- "Huh? What? Surely not!"
- "Oh no, <Pokémon's name>..."
- "Thank you so much! You can trust me!"
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.
In the manga
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In the Pokémon + Nobunaga's Ambition ~ Ranse's Color Picture Scroll ~ manga
The Hero debuted in The White Scroll: Oichi's Worries.
The hero of Pokemon Conquest may be based on Azai Nagamasa, as evidenced by his close relationship with Oichi. He also resembles the Azai Nagamasa of the Tecmo Koei's Samurai Warriors series.