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In the games
Nobunaga is seen much like a villain for most of the {{DL|List of Pokémon Conquest stories|The Legend of Ransei}}, having the ambition to take over the entirety of [[Ransei]]. The [[Hero]]/[[Heroine]] first meets Nobunaga in person after joining forces with [[Shingen]] and [[Kenshin]]. It is here that Nobunaga reveals his intentions to conquer Ransei, and that Nobunaga is [[Oichi]]'s brother. Oichi tries to learn more about her brother's intentions but fails, and Nobunaga leaves.
After conquering all of Nobunaga's territories, the Hero/Heroine challenges Nobunaga himself at [[Dragnor]]'s castle, where Nobunaga calls upon his {{p|Zekrom}} to battle. The Hero/Heroine is successful, but Nobunaga escapes. After the Hero/Heroine links with {{p|Arceus}}, Nobunaga returns, calling upon his {{Shiny|Black}} {{p|Rayquaza}} and his closest allies in a final bid to stop the Hero/Heroine.
After accepting defeat, Nobunaga reveals the real reason he desired to conquer Ransei. The Warlord had truly loved the region, as well as the people and {{OBP|Pokémon|species}} that lived there. However, as the battles to see who would conquer Ransei raged, Nobunaga had begun to notice that Warriors were starting to treat their Pokémon partners as nothing but mere tools. Believing the legend of Arceus to be nothing more than a fairy tale, Nobunaga partnered with Zekrom to conquer Ransei and put an end to the ceaseless battles.<!--insert other story info here-->