Ransei is a part of the Pokemon world?
I remember on one of my first battles with Motonari, he stated something like he read that there's a far away land where humans keep Pokemon in "little balls." This statement could mean that Ransei is part of the normal Pokemon world (main games, Ranger, etc.). Has anyone else read this statement, and, more importantly, should it be added to the article? Uncle Edit (talk) 18:59, 2 January 2013 (UTC)
- I think that may just be a cross-canon reference rather than an actual confirmation that they take place in the same universe. I don't think that alone is enough to say that they do, but I do think it is a reference and probably should be noted in Conquest's trivia section. --SnorlaxMonster 12:22, 3 January 2013 (UTC)
OK. Regardless of whether or not Ransei is set in the normal Pokemon universe, I think this is interesting enough to put in as trivia. I don't know if I'll be the one to put this in Pokemon Conquest's page, but thanks for giving me the green light, SnorlaxMonster. Uncle Edit (talk) 17:41, 4 January 2013 (UTC)
In addition to the aerial view on each of the Kingdoms' pages they have a full view of the castles that the player sees while challenging/accepting a battle or hovering over the kingdom's icon. Also there is a view of each castle's gate that serves as a background for the start and end of a warlord's story (e.g. in Happily Ever After the opening cutscene has Hideyoshi, Kanbei, and Hanbei talking in front of the Ignis castle gate). I have the screenshots for all of the castles and was wondering if I should upload them to each kingdom's respective page. - unsigned comment from TheGammonDevice (talk • contribs)