We begin in the kingdom of Ignis. There, Hideyoshi is pondering a world filled with people that could communicate with Pokémon; not just Warriors, but all people. After being denied by Kanbei, he thinks of conquering all seventeen kingdoms to summon the legendary Pokémon…

Now, that is NOT a joke. You will effectively have to replay the whole game again and conquer all seventeen kingdoms. So, yeah, crap.

Now, the more painful thing is this. The other Warlords are more likely to invade other Warlords. For example, Valora is known be Steel-typed, correct? Well, after Nobunaga conquered it, we saw Scyther, Roggenrola, Cubchoo, and so on versus what was there earlier. ANY walkthrough ANYONE makes for this story is untrustworthy.

So you’ll be forced to rely on your own smarts for this one. Early on, it can almost be guaranteed you’ll fight the natural enemies. But, by the time you start hitting kingdoms eight and nine, you’ll be likely fighting very different Pokémon than before.

Go by your own smarts, and learn to check each area each month for decent recruitment options. Good luck.


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Guide Information

  • Publisher
    Pokemon Company International
  • Platforms
  • Genre
    Tactical RPG
  • Guide Release
    14 August 2012
  • Last Updated
    7 December 2020
  • Guide Author
    Daniel Chaviers

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Welcome to the Gamer Guides Pokemon Conquest Strategy Guide!

  • The top five ways to become a Pokémon Conquest Master.
  • Sure-fire tactics on how to recruit the very best Trainers in the game.
  • How to amass a mountain of in-game cash to spend on the best armour, potions and upgrades.
  • And… how to beat every Kingdom in the main storyline with style and ease.

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