Artwork with Aggron
In the games
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- Transforms to Rank II by reaching a 70% link with Aggron.
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- Start of turn:
- When asleep:
- "Oh, still not up?"
- With low health or a status ailment:
- When victory is near:
- "We mustn't let up now!"
- "Let us begin."
- Start of battle:
- When attacking a castle:
- "We must follow our path to the end."
- When defending a castle:
- "Show the pride of the Warrior!"
- During battle:
- "Our progress depends on our success in this battle! We cannot afford to give anything but our very best."
- When ordering to attack:
- "I think it's time for <move's name>."
- When ordering to go to battle:
- To a kingdom:
- "This one I must certainly win. For the sake of my allies!"
- To a wild Pokémon location:
- "Right, shall we head off then?"
- Upon forming a link:
- "All right, <Pokémon's name>! Come with me!"
- When using an item:
- "Use my <item>."
- When using his Warrior Skill:
- "Patience is the watchword..."
- After winning a battle:
- If he attacked a castle:
- "One step at a time—to victory."
- If he defended a castle:
- "I could never have done this without the support you all give me."
- When defeated:
- If recruitable:
- "Impressive... Your skills in battle are truly remarkable..."
- If defeated by something other than the enemy:
- "What's this...?!"
- "My apologies, <Pokémon's name>... I have let you down."
- When being recruited:
- "What a tremendous honor! Everything I have is yours!"
A most magnanimous man who treats his allies with great affection and is venerated by them in return. Careful and patient, he achieves results one step at a time.
In the manga
In the Pokémon + Nobunaga's Ambition ~ Ranse's Color Picture Scroll ~ manga
Ieyasu debuted in The Green Scroll: Kenshin's Adventure.
Ieyasu is based on the real-life Tokugawa Ieyasu of Japanese history. Hidetada (Tokugawa Hidetada) was his son. Hanzō, Tenkai (Tenkai), and Hatsume (Hatsume no Tsubone) were in direct service to Ieyasu, and Tadakatsu, Tadatsugu (Sakai Tadatsugu), Yasumasa (Sakakibara Yasumasa) and Naomasa (Ii Naomasa) were the "Four Generals" of Ieyasu's army, the Shitennō. Munenori (Yagyū Munenori) was a retainer of the Tokugawa clan and Hidetada's swordsmanship teacher.
Hero/Heroine • Nobunaga • Oichi • Hideyoshi • Motochika • Ginchiyo • Motonari • Mitsuhide • Yoshihiro
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