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Ransei ランセ地方
Ranse region
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The Ransei region
Introduction Pokémon Conquest
Professor None
Starter Pokémon Eevee
Regional Villains Nobunaga's Army
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Games Pokémon Conquest
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Ransei (Japanese: ランセ地方 Ranse-chihō) is the name of the region that appears in the game Pokémon Conquest. It is said to be similar to feudal Japan. The region is divided into 17 kingdoms, each with its own castle.

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History

The region of Ransei is said to have been created by a Mythical Pokémon, Arceus, which the shape of the region itself resembles. Legend says that conquering all 17 kingdoms will bring forth the return of Arceus.

Kingdoms

Map Kingdom Warlord Description
Aurora Kingdom.png Aurora Hero/Heroine Aurora (Japanese: ハジメの国 Hajime Nation) is where the game's initial story, The Legend of Ransei, begins. It is located in the middle of the southern part of the southwestern peninsula of Ransei. It is home to many Normal-type Pokémon.
Ignis Kingdom.png Ignis Hideyoshi Ignis (Japanese: カエンの国 Kaen Nation) is located immediately to the north of Aurora. It is surrounded by mountains and active volcanoes. It is home to many Fire-type Pokémon.
Greenleaf Kingdom.png Greenleaf Motonari Greenleaf (Japanese: アオバの国 Aoba Nation) is located on the southwestern-most coast of the Ransei region. It is surrounded by lush plains, and the castle sits inside a dome-like a massive greenhouse. It is home to many Grass-type Pokémon.
Fontaine Kingdom.png Fontaine Motochika Fontaine (Japanese: イズミの国 Izumi Nation) is located on the eastern side of the southwestern peninsula of Ransei. It is a land full of rivers, streams, and waterfalls. It is home to many Water-type Pokémon.
Pugilis Kingdom.png Pugilis Yoshihiro Pugilis (Japanese: コブシの国 Kobushi Nation) is located on a flat plain in the western half of the central part of Ransei. Its castle resembles a stadium or colosseum. It is home to many Fighting-type Pokémon.
Violight Kingdom.png Violight Ginchiyo Violight (Japanese: シデンの国 Shiden Nation) is located in the middle of Ransei's western coast. It is full of tall spires that spark with electricity. It is home to many Electric-type Pokémon.
Chrysalia Kingdom.png Chrysalia Yoshimoto Chrysalia (Japanese: サナギの国 Sanagi Nation) is the western-most kingdom of Ransei. It has many garden-like fields. It is home to many Bug-type Pokémon.
Terrera Kingdom.png Terrera Shingen Terrera (Japanese: ダイチの国 Daichi Nation) encompasses a vast, arid plain that makes up the southern half of the middle of Ransei. It is home to many Ground-type Pokémon.
Illusio Kingdom.png Illusio Kenshin Illusio (Japanese: ゲンムの国 Genmu Nation) is located in the northern half of the middle of Ransei. It has many mystical floating rock formations. It is home to many Psychic-type Pokémon.
Cragspur Kingdom.png Cragspur Ujiyasu Cragspur (Japanese: キガンの国 Kigan Nation) is located in the center of the southeastern peninsula of Ransei. It contains many stony mountains. It is home to many Rock-type Pokémon.
Viperia Kingdom.png Viperia Nene Viperia (Japanese: ドクガの国 Dokuga Nation) is located in the middle of the eastern coast of Ransei. It contains many misty bogs. It is home to many Poison-type Pokémon.
Yaksha Kingdom.png Yaksha Kotarō Yaksha (Japanese: ヤシャの国 Yaksha Nation) is located in a shadowy corner of the southern-most tip of Ransei's southeastern peninsula. It is home to many Dark-type Pokémon.
Avia Kingdom.png Avia Masamune Avia (Japanese: ツバサの国 Tsubasa Nation) is located at the base of the northeastern peninsula of Ransei. The castle towers above the clouds. It is home to many Flying-type Pokémon.
Valora Kingdom.png Valora Ieyasu Valora (Japanese: フクツの国 Fukutsu Nation) is located on the southwestern edge of Ransei's northeastern peninsula. It has an imposing, iron and steel castle. It is home to many Steel-type Pokémon.
Spectra Kingdom.png Spectra Spectra (Japanese: ミタマの国 Mitama Nation) is located on the northeastern-most coast of Ransei. Its castle is dimly-lit and surrounded by spooky floating lights and flames. It is home to many Ghost-type Pokémon.
Nixtorm Kingdom.png Nixtorm Mitsuhide Nixtorm (Japanese: フブキの国 Fubuki Nation) is located at the very north of Ransei. Its castle sits on the heights of an icy mountain range. It is home to many Ice-type Pokémon.
Dragnor Kingdom.png Dragnor Nobunaga Dragnor (Japanese: リュウの国 Ryū Nation) is located amongst the tall mountains in the middle of Ransei's northeastern peninsula. It is home to many Dragon-type Pokémon. The Infinite Tower is located in Dragnor.

Name origin

Language Name Origin
Japanese ランセ Ranse From 乱世 Ransei, meaning "turbulent times".
English Ransei
Chinese (Mandarin) 亂世 Luànshì

Trivia

  • Ransei is the only region in which humans are known to "transform" to become more powerful in a manner similar to the evolution of their Pokémon partners.


Ransei

AuroraFontaineIgnisGreenleafViolightPugilis
ChrysaliaIllusioTerreraCragspurYakshaViperia
AviaSpectraValoraNixtormDragnor


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