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PokéWarriors
PokéWarriors
Developer(s) Dark Heart Games
Publisher(s) Nintendo
Platform(s) Wii U
Genre(s) Hack and Slash
Mode(s)
Single Player, Multiplayer

PokéWarriors is a spin-off game in the Pokémon series for the Wii U. The game is set in an alternate universe of the regular Pokémon universe in which only Pokémon exist. The world is divided into eighteen different nations. Depending on what nation is chosen, the player will be able to control several characters from that nation.

Gameplay

The gameplay of PokéWARRIORS is very similar in style to the classic Dynasty Warriors gameplay: You, the player, control a soldier of an army and have to conquer certain strongholds in order to drive back the opposing army while said army is trying to conquer your strongholds and eventually, your homebase. Should your homebase ever fall, it's certain game over for you. However, there are a multitude of missions one has to accomplish in order to progress in the story/mission. Should these missions be failed, the whole battle would be lost and would have to be restarted from whether a previous savepoint or the very beginning of the mission.

Now, each PokéWarrior may not wield different weapons like it's the case in Dynasty Warriors but the warriors themselves are the weapons. Some of them have control over lightning and can shock their opponents from afar, others may be able to create whole floods that sweap away entire armies. This, you cannot choose between weapons but between movesets. Each moveset consists of four moves and varying stats like Speed, Physical Attack, Special Defense and so forth. New movesets may be unlocked throughout the story or be unlocked by other means such as DLC or use of amiibo.

Plus, every warrior has a Mega Meter that fills up independently of the player's actions. This is similar to Hyrule Warrior's Special Technique Gauge. Once this meter is full, the warriors can enter a special state in which all of their stats are increased, some of their moves have be replaced by more powerful ones and this stat finishes with a very powerful combo attack. Now, warriors who are able of mega-evolution will mega-evolve once entering Mega Mode.

Across the battlefield, there are certain items spread such as Potions or Ethers. Potions fill up the Health Bar of a warrior. You see, when a warrior gets hit by an attack, (s)he takes damage and once the health bar is empty, the warrior falls and is unable to keep fighting (thus ending the battle in the opponent's favor most of the times). Ethers on the other hand fill up the warrior's move's PP. You see, Moves are special and powerful attacks that can be triggered with the help of the d-pad. Every move only has a limited amount of uses before being not accessible anymore, though. Ethers fill up these moves by two PP each while bigger ones will up five PP each. This is quite similar to the way PP work in the Pokémon games.

Furthermore, every warrior has a Exp. Bar. Again, just like in the Pokémon games, warriors receive exp. from defeating enemies and clearing side-missions such as helping out other soldiers. Once enough exp. are gained, the warrior will level up. However, evolutions are unaffected by a warrior's level and will be happening within the story. Leveling up, though, will make a warrior's stats increase and make new movesets available.

Now, unlike Hyrule Warriors, this game's warriors are able to control the other captains of their army. You'll be able to give commands such as "Protect the Home Base!", "Come with me!", "Conquer the closest Stronghold!" and so forth to the captains. This allows for different strategic approaches to a mission.

Modes

PokéWARRIORS includes a single player campaign as well as an Offline and Online Multiplayer. Offline, you can play every mode you can play alone as well, like Story Mode and Quest Mode.

Story Mode

The main mode in the game where you can choose to play as one of the eighteen nations, despite being only able to choose from four nations at the start of the game. Along the story, you unlock new playable characters from the same nation or nations who joined your side of the war. Every story mission has several missions as well as sidemissions to it that must be won to advance in the story.

Quest Mode

Similar to the Adventure Mode from Hyrule Warriors. There are around 120 quests the player may challenge in order to receive new movesets, characters and other unlockables. More quests are added by purchasing DLC. Quest include "Defeat 150 enemies in 30 seconds!", "Find the Red Coins!" or "Stop at least three Ratatta from approaching Homebase!".

Battle Mode

The modes listed below can only be played in multiplayer online and offline with up to four players. Plus, each mode can be played both, in co-op and against one another.

  • Conquer Mode: Conquer the homebase of your opponent(s). Similarly to Story Mode, your accompanied with all your respective armies. Whoever conquer every other homebase first, wins!
  • Chase Mode: Defeat the opposing warriors! There are no soldiers but the warriors controlled by the player and you need to chase each other down all across the battlefield and defeat the other.
  • Rumble Mode: Defeat more enemies than your opponent(s) before the time is up! There are no other captains on the battlefield!

The Gymnasium

Train your body and level up certain stats by playing 6 minigames. These minigames can be played against friends online and offline as well!

Story

Long ago, the Pokémon types lived together in harmony and peace. However, one day, a nightmare occurred all across the Pokémon's dreams. A nightmare so frightening that it seemed impossible for every Pokémon to get a good night's sleep. So with no sleep, the Pokémon eventually started to lose trust in one another and conflicts happened. A Pokémon only legends speak of nowadays, though, was able to defeat the nightmare and imprisoned it somewhere where no one would ever find it.

The damage, however, was already done: The harmony between the types were shattered and nations and their territories were founded. It wasn't long until conflicts reoccurred - a war seemed inevitable. But what exactly was that nightmare and who is to blame for the seemlingly endless battles? Fight for your nation while trying to find answers to those questions!

Nations

From the start of the game you can choose between 3 nations. The Forest, Volcano and Ocean Nation and can only play as Treecko, Chimchar and Oshawott at the beginning respectively. When completing one of the three stories two new nations are immediately unlocked, these being the Thunder and Neutral Nation. Other nations can be unlocked through special methods.

How to Unlock: Default
Champion: Chesnaught
Deity: Shaymin
Description: Protectors of the Forests of the Otoyhk region and soldiers of Mother Nature. Naturally peaceful by heart, they are forced into battle by constant ambushes from the Volcano Nation who wants to take over parts of their territory and destroy the Forests.

The Forest Nation has been previously allied with the Insect Nation although their relationship is strained ever since Scizor became Champion (leader) of the Insect Nation. Plus, they're neutral towards the Ocean Nation and have formed a peace treaty promising not to attack each other.

The Forest Nation has one of the biggest territories in the Otoyhk region and is therefore under constant attack from other nations.

Their champion is Chesnaught, a brave and proud knight who is a cunning warrior as well as leader. He sees great potential in a young Treecko, protagonist of the Forest Nation's story.

However, their previous champion was Venusaur who became too old for the position of champion and after being wounded in battle, handed over his task to Chesnaught, a close friend and ally. Since then the wise Venusaur has moved his efforts into strategy planning but can still become a true warrior if the situation is grave enough.

Shaymin is the Forest Nation's deity and interacts with its members directly, unlike most of the other nation's deities. It's very benevolent and cares deeply for others, even members of the opposing nations.

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How to Unlock: Default
Champion: Charizard
Deity: Ho-Oh
Description: The fiercest warriors of the Otohyk region. However, their pride grew over their heads and most of their territories were taken over by the combined forces of the Brawl, Mountain and Earth Nation. This prompted the Volcano Nation to shrink dramatically in size and their last remaining territory is the peak of Mt. Gekido, the second-tallest mountain of the region and an active volcano. Feeling the need to proof themselves and return their nation to former glory, they attack the neighboring countries of the Forest Nation, the Insect Nation, the Swamp Nation, the Brawl Nation, the Earth Nation and the Mountain Nation. This, of course, prompts them to take a rather antagonistic role in the war situation.

Later on, they form a union with the Mountain and Earth Nation, forging a combined land they dub the Desert Nation which becomes the biggest territory in the entire region. With combined forces, they pursuit the Forest and Insect Nation so heavily that the Mind Nation and Brawl Nation decide to intervene, a move that was predicted by the Volcano Nation and used to defeat the Brawl Nation and regain their old territories, declaring war against the Earth and Mountain Nations once again.

Their Champion is Charizard whose war hunger was caused by a disguised Zoroark, Champion of the Dark Nation. Charizard was once a kind and gentle Pokémon who always fought fair and cared for others. But now, he no longer cares for his people but only for his pride.

The Volcano Nation's protagonist is a young Chimchar who wants to solve his nation's problems while trying to resolve his nation's conflicts with other nations in a rater non-violent way. This, of course, can't always be the case and Chimchar ends up fighting for his nation. Eventually, though, he gains Charizard's trust and warns his friend about Zoroark's plan.

The Volcano Nation hails the powerful god, Ho-Oh, who is their symbol of hope for their nation and is said to always protect their territories. With their current losses, though, the belief in Ho-Oh and therefore the nation's power has decreased dramatically. Will the mighty bird rise again?

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How to Unlock: Default
Champion: Empoleon
Deity: Suicune
Description: The only nation that lives underwater, in the oceans around Otohyk region. This natural independence of the other nations has always prompted the Ocean Nation to remain neutral towards every other nation. While they're used to trade with other nations, this one nation has never really interacted with any Pokémon but ones of their own nation. This changed when the Nightmare occurred and the nation's champion, Empoleon, met with the other nations to discuss what to do about it. Following the soon starting conflicts, Empoleon returned to his ocean home, saddened by the occurencies. He remained suspicous of every other nation and saw their very existence as the root of the crisis.

Empoleon brought his army to the surface in hopes of plunging the whole region with all of its nations into the sea, conquering all territories in the process.

Empoleon is the nation's Champion but unlike most champions, he doesn't lead the army and therefore, isn't the mentor of the nation's protagonist, Squirtle. The young Water type wishes to stop Empoleon's plan of destroying the region and tries to make as many Water types as possible realize what villain their once proud leader has become.

Greninja is the leader of the Ocean Army and Squirtle's mentor. He's used to be a member of the Dark Nation but became a spy for Empoleon. This special task, of course, keeps Greninja from taking part in most of the battles. In these cases, Lapras leads the army.

Suicune is the nation's deity and while the members of the Ocean Nation remain loyal towards it, Empoleon's shift in personality has brought Suicune to flee the nation and travel the globe. Empoleon, though, still sees himself with Suicune's blessing.

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How to Unlock: Complete one nation story.
Champion: Electivire
Deity: Thundurus
Description: Although usually laid-back and relaxed, this nation can turn deadly when enraged. Unlike most other nations, the Thunder Nation focuses on defending its own territories rather than taking over the others's territories. Due to their only weakness being the Earth Nation, they have had the Iron Nation construct a metallic "island" near the coast of the Otohyk region for the Iron and Thunder Nations to live in. However, over the course of the war, the more war-hungry Iron Nation attacked their former allies and tries to take Metal Island for themselves, a line that had never been crossed before. This sets off the Thunder Nation's rage .... Their Champion is the surfer dude-esque Electivire. He's peaceful by nature and friends with pretty much everyone but can become fast and powerful very quickly, turning him into a more than formidable foe.

The Nation's deity is Thundurus, a rather aggressive Pokémon who is the exact opposite of Electivire. It's said that not even Thundurus itself can stop Electivire once he was set off.

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How to Unlock: Complete one nation story.
Champion: Lopunny
Deity: Regigigas
Description: Once the only nation without any special powers, this nation was the first to discover the powers of Mega-Evolutions, making them the ruling nation of the Otohyk region for quite some time. Nowadays, though, all of the nations have members who are capable of mega-evolution, making the Neutral Nation be in danger of losing their ruling position. But this isn't the only problem of the Neutral Nation today as their Champion recently passed away and their new Champion, Lopunny, still lacks experience and is rather childish. She needs to proof herself to her people and show the other nations what the Neutral Nation is truely made of - just how? With multiple armies invading their territories, the Neutral Army has to act quickly before it's too late.

A second problem that exists within the Neutral Nation is the one of Eevee. She has much potential of becoming strong and can evolve but will also become another typing which other nations would want to claim. The Neutral Nation has collected all the way of evolving Eevee and lets Miltank guard them. The only thing they don't know is the Sylveon way of evolution that only the Sweet Nation knows and thus are at constant war with them.

Also, their national deity, Regigigas, has been gone for many millenia and the only way of resurrecting him is to defeat the Blizzard, the Iron and the Rock Nation. Is this the only way of saving the Neutral Nation or is there another way?

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How to Unlock: TBA
Champion: Pidgeot
Deity: Lugia
Description: The Sky Nation is one that is located way up high in the mountains, neighboring the Scale Nation. It is a nation that easily can avoid conflicts and they do so as well, but when they take action they are almost always successful. They have a friendly alliance with the Insect Nation as their trained bugs who get a second Flying typing join the Sky Nation. Despite this there is much discrimination between the Insect and the Sky. The Sky inhabitants often discriminate the Insect because of their descent.

This however is the biggest problem the Sky Nation has to deal with, and though it may not seem like much there are hints of a rebellion within the Sky Nation. Some of the Insect inside of the Sky Nation work together with other nations that are their primary typing. This upsets the champion Pigeot very much. However, with the Arctic Nation joining the war, too, the Sky Nation is more endangered of being hit by this war's catastrophes than ever before. Pidgeot sends his Tanonflame Corps into the nation in order to surprise the Froslass and defeat her army. But Pigeot fears that the secrecy within the nation will bring upon its doom.

The Sky Nation's deity is Lugia who currently rests on the bottom of the ocean. With the Blizzard Nation freezing the waters around the Otoyk region, though, Lugia is pretty much imprisoned underwater alongside the Ocean Nation. But is freeing Lugia really worth releasing the Mad King's Army, too?

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How to Unlock: TBA
Champion: Gardevoir
Deity: Cresselia
Description: Lead by their Champion Gardevoir, the Mind Nation has given itself the task of protecting peace and harmony among the nations. Having used their psychic powers, the nation's smartest members have discovered that the Dark Nation's leader, Zoroark, has corrupted the other nation's champions and thus, caused the crisis. Backed by their deity, Cresselia, the Mind Nation tries to contact the Ocean Champion, Empoleon, but to no avail. Gardevoir's assistant Slowking, however, was able of infiltrating the Ocean Nation and meet up with Squirtle and his mentor Greninja, both of whom come to the Mind Nation in order to forge a plan with Empoleon. The Ocean Nation, though, views this as a kidnapping and attacks the Mind Nation, forcing Gardevoir to protect her nation alongside with her commanders, Squirtle and Greninja. Squirtle and Greninja are "freed" but Gardevoir tells them to follow their plan either way.

As later revealed, it was the Mind Nation who banned the Dark Nation to the Dead Desert, a region so harsh that only a few Pokémon are actually able of living there.

The national deity is Cresselia who happens to be the protector deity of the entire Otohyk region as well. Cresselia is the only one who can defeat Darkrai's nightmares.

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How to Unlock: TBA
Champion: Vespiquen
Deity: Genesect
Description: Once living in peace and harmony alongside the Forest Nation, Scizor has challenged the nation's old champion, Heracross, for the position of Champion and won. This prompted a shift in the friendship between the Insect and Forest Nation as Scizor sought independence from the Forest Nation and wanted to proof his nation to be superior. However he handed down the task of Champion to Vespiquen as she could pose better as leader and Scizor became her second-in-command. He started his nation's part in the crisis by surprise-attacking the Forest Nation and taking over the eastern parts of their territories, prompting a counter-attack from the Forest Nation in the process. It was this conflict that indirectly helped the Volcano Nation's conquest of the Forest Nation. Unlike during the earlier assaults from the Volcano Nation, this time, the Insect Nation wanted to defeat the nation themselves, without the Forest Nation's help. Can the Insect Nation defeat or even survive the assault?

The Insect Nation has an alliance with the Sky Nation and sends many of its troops to the Sky Nation. Many of the Sky Nation's soldiers were trained in the Insect Nation before going there, however there is some discrimination towards insects from the birds.

The national deity is the Pokémon that Genesect used to be before its transformation into the Bug/Steel type it is today. Despite this, though, it still protects its nation loyally.

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How to Unlock: TBA
Champion: Aegislash
Deity: Registeel
Description: For quite some time, the Iron and Thunder Nation remained unaffected by the ongoing war on the main land. However, the Iron Nation's wise Champion, Aegislash, knew that the Metal Island wouldn't remain that lucky and prepared himself and his nation for the worst. However, he also knew that it would be in his nation's, as well as the Thunder Nation's, favor if the two nations would unite under one banner and defend their home island should the war ever reach them. The laid-back Electivire, Champion of the Thunder Nation, though, assured Aegislash that the war would never reach them. This action called for extreme actions: If the Thunder Nation doesn't collaborate, the entire Metal Nation would need to be conquered under one nation in order to protect and its people. And so, the war started even on this island ...

Aegislash is the champion of the Iron Nation and is a wise and benevolent leader. He has been the champion for quite some time and no one wants to challenge him because the nation has been doing very good under his command. However some think he is getting old and the nation indeed is in need of replacement.

The Iron Nation's patron deity is Registeel who sleeps deep within the Otoyk region alongside Regice, Regirock and their master Regigigas. It's told that should the three titans wake up, the mighty Regigigas would awaken and build the region anew, wiping out of all of the nations - but Regigigas is unaware of such legends

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*Magnezone and his soldiers were residents in the Iron Nation but are stationed in the Thunder Nation. Playable

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How to Unlock: TBA
Champion: Lucario
Deity: Keldeo
Description: True warriors who have always trained for upcoming wars. And now all of their hard training is paying up: With their powerful army, the Brawn Nation is spreading all across the Otoyk region faster than any of the nations could react to, taking over territories of almost every other nation. It looks like the Brawn Nation would eventually conquer all of the region - but one ... they'd never set foot in the Dead Desert. But why? All they have to fear there is the Dark Nation whom they are strong against. So is there more to their strategies than meets the eye?

Lucario is the cunning Champion of the Brawl Nation, a brilliant tactician and a brave warrior who is trained in both, ranged and close combat. He tries to reunite the nations by seemingly conquering their territories and come into contact with the other champions this way. He realized that only a united Otoyk could have a chance against the powers that lie within the Dead Desert and its inhabitants, the Dark Nation. But how talk to somebody who doesn't want you to even get into his country? By conquering it? Lucario certainly has a backwards style of sense to his actions but will it pay off?

Keldeo, although being a deity in training himself under the Forces of Nature, has promised the Brawn Nation to lend all his support to them as he thinks he himself will get much stronger because of this as well.

The soldiers of the Brawn Nation are way stronger than most other nations.

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How to Unlock: TBA
Champion: Toxicroak
Deity: none
Description: Although they always shared territories with the Bug and Forest Nations, the Swamp Nation always preferred to live independently of the other two and they'd only rarely make contact, when the situation was grave enough. On their own the Swamp Nation is the smallest of all the nations.

The Swamp army mostly consists of cunning assassins who use their many variants of poison to take out their enemies. Now, with the Volcano Nation threatening to burn down the Forest and Bug Nations, thus the Swamp Nation as well, the nation's champion, Toxicroak, has gathered the best assassins to take out the Volcano Champion Charizard and leave the Volcano army open for the attacks of the Bug Army. You see, Toxicroak and Scizor have forged a plan to take out the Volcano Nation together, unbeknownst to the Forest Nation. And it might have worked, hadn't Scizor betrayed the Swamp Nation and took over all of the three nation's territories. Now, Toxicroak has fled to reform his army and then get revenge on Scizor and the Bug Nation.

Due to their "unholy ways", the Swamp Nation has long lost the protection of the Shaymin, who once protected the Forest and Swamp Nations.

The special powers of the Swamp army's soldiers is poisoning opponents, slowly draining a potion of their health in the process.

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How to Unlock: TBA
Champion: Tyranitar
Deity: Regirock
Description: Just like the Earth Nation has always been at odds with the Forest Nation, the Mountain Nation always was with the Volcano Nation in a conflict of territories. You see, the Volcano Nation naturally wants to live in the hot climate of the Mt. Gekido mountain chain while the Mountain Nation views these mountains as their original territory. Luckily for the Mountain Nation, they were aided by their long-time partners from the Earth and Brawl Nations, thus defeated the Volcano Nation. They successfully pushed them back to the inside of the largest mountain of the chain, the Mt. Gekido. At first, they, along with the Earth, Brawl, Forest, Bug and Swamp Nations, were attacked by the new Volcano army. Many battles over territory were fought and many parts of the nation's land were lost in the process. Eventually, though, to the surprise of many, the Volcano Champion, Charizard, approached the nation's Champion, Tyranitar, and offered a peace treaty that would see the Mountain, Earth and Volcano Nation forming peace, sharing their land and in case of them got attacked, the other two would assist the attacked nation defend itself.

Tyranitar is a loud and egocentric champion who cares for nothing but himself and his territory. He views his people like things that belong to him and therefore, he can do whatever he wants with them.

The nation's patron deity is Regirock who sleeps deep within the Otoyk region alongside Regice, Registeel and their master Regigigas. However, despite Regirock being asleep, he's still able to give his powers to the Mountain Nation.

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How to Unlock: TBA
Champion: Excadrill
Deity: Groudon
Description: The Earth, Brawl and Mountain Nations have a long history together. They shared their territories and lived in union together. However, due to the crisis, even this long-lasting friendship and partnership ended. Plus, the Earth Nation has always been at odds with the Forest Nation (and with the Swamp and Bug Nation as these three share territories) as the "nature-lovers" wanted to expand the vast forests of nature, AKA their territories, into the empty soil that is the Earth Nation's territories. You see, the soil seemed empty as no-one but the Mountain and Brawl Nations knew of the Earth Nation's underground cities. This prompted the Earth army to attack the Forest, Swamp and Bug Nations as well as the Volcano Army.

After many battles that ended up with more and more of their underground cities destroyed, the Earth Nation was approached by the Mountain Champion, Tyranitar, who had formed an union with the Volcano Nation and offered to join them. Seeing his nation at the brink of defeat, the Earth Champion Excadrill agreed and the Desert Nation was formed. This began a phase of peace, a time needed to rebuild most of the cities.

Excadrill may seem a little grumpy and harsh at times but cares deeply for his people and wants his nation to flourish. He is more of a lone wolf whose only friendly is his commander and assistant Rhyperior.

The Earth Nation's patron deity is Groudon who, however, remains in deep sleep within Mt. Gekido, a region that has now been taken over by the Volcano Nation. With their deity sleeping and out of range for them at the moment, the Earth Nation has nothing left but to do the best they can with their own powers.

The soldiers of the Earth Nation is able to dig through soft soil, finding treasures and other hidden collectibles within otherwise inaccessible areas.

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How to Unlock: TBA
Champion: Froslass
Deity: Regice
Description: Far to the North West is the Otoyk region, embraced by large, snowy mountains lays the Blizzard Nation. Nobody really knows how things work or are there as the only member of this nation who ever showed her face at the previous Otoyk Council is the national Champion, Froslass, whom her nation's member nickname "Mother Froslass". This loyality of her people towards Froslass has led many of the other nations to believe that Froslass rules the Blizzard Nation with an iron fist.

However, things couldn't be any more different than people think: Froslass is very protective of her people as most of them can't live outside of a certain temperature. You see, the mountains and the deep temperatures keep most of the other nations away from the Blizzard Nation and thus, many legends have begun to form around it. And these legends eventually turned into facts within a few generations.

So in an effort of "saving" the Blizzard Nation from their "mother", many of the nations (most notably the Volcano and Brawl Nations) have started attacking the nation. This prompted Froslass to defend her country and her people and enter the ongoing war herself.

Froslass knew that one of the most threatening forces of this war came from the sea in form of the Mad Champion's Ocean Army. This made Froslass have her forces freeze the entire coast around the Otoyk region. This, though, saw a lot of people as proof for Froslass's cruelty and the legends surrounding her nation.

The national deity is Regice who, alongside Regirock and Registeel protect the region from Regigigas's wrath. Froslass knows that there's only so much that her and other deities can do before running out of energy themselves so she only rarely uses Regice's powers in order to keep the titans asleep. She is the only one of the titans's nations to know about this ...

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How to Unlock: TBA
Champion: Dragonite
Deity: Rayquaza
Description: This majestic type of Pokémon lives alongside the elegant Sky Nation in the mountains in the North East of the Otoyk region. While the Sky Nation lives on the outer parts of the mountains, the Dragon Nation houses inside the deep and maze-like caves. They are very peaceful Pokémon who avoid any major conflict.

Unlike most other nations, the Dragon Nation has several Champions who decide on matters using democracy among the seven members of the Dragon Council. However, Dragonite is chosen as the official Champion of the Nation as there may be only one Champion from each nation attending the former Otoyk Council. Plus, Dragonite is the perfect example for the peace-loving Dragon Nation. The other members of the Dragon Council are Altaria, Salamence, Garchomp, Haxorus, Goodra and Noivern.

However, with a war slowly starting in the southern parts of the region, the Dragon Council has to decide on what to do now. Dragonite, Altaria, Goodra and Noivern are for the peaceful non-intervening method while Salamence, Garchomp and Haxorus are more than ready to jump into action and proof that peaceful can also mean powerful. However, their voting ends with Dragonite's side of the council winning, which enrages Garchomp. Later the same day, each of the three losing members of the council are approached by Hydreigon who assures them that there's no time for democracy now that a war is happening. And so, Garchomp's side of the council ready their forces and attack the neighboring Arctic Nation who has apparently taken on the role of the villain and therefore needs to be stopped. However, the Dragon Army is no match for the Arctic Army's forces and they lose the battle, losing a lot of soldiers and land in the process. Dragonite, Altaria, Goodra and Noivern are mad at the other council members for overruling their decision. This causes a huge conflict among the Dragon Nation itself and it is this conflict that may very well end in their doom ...

Rayquaza is the Dragon Nation's patron deity and due to his own rather aggressive personality is usually for Garchomp's side of the council. You see, the Dragon Council is always fighting over the Rayquaza's blessing. He aids Garchomp's side of the inner conflict. So does have Dragonite's side any chance of winning left?

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How to Unlock: TBA
Champion: Florges
Deity: Diancie
Description: One of the nations that live in the outskirts of the world, the Light Nation is stationed in a harmonious meadow surrounded by a small forest and is adjacent to the Ocean Nation and seem to live in peace. They are ruled by Floges a powerful and ruthless Pokémon who comes off very nice but has evil intentions. She makes the small nation look cute, peaceful and innocent but meanwhile is plotting against the Scale Nation as well as the Neutral Nation. Quite some time ago something strange happened, Pokémon discovered that they has Fairy powers but this wasn't accepted by other nations. They were forced to create their own nation. Some were allowed to stay in their nation, others not. Clefable was one of the Pokémon who was driven out of the Neutral Nation but along with that took a secret, one of Eevee being able to evolve into Sylveon. Now they want to lure Eevee to their side by using Jigglypuff, who secretly meets up with her best friend Eevee, after she got kicked out of the Neutral Nation.

The Light Nation also is at odds with the Scale Nation. While the Scale Nation could wipe out most of the other nations they have to fear the Arctic and Light Nation as they are the most dangerous to them. They said that no harm will be done to them but once they have Sylveon they want to bring down the Scale Nation, but when Jigglypuff finds out about this secret agenda, what will she do?

The previous deity is Xerneas of whom Florges was a loyal follower but after the Nightmare incident he was gone for good. Or is he? As it turns out, he rather teleported himself and Darkrai into another dimension where he wouldn't do any more damage to the people of our dimension. And more importantly - to keep him from awakening the titan Regigigas and possessing him. Xerneas is sleeping deep within the Light Temple, the great goal of the Dark Army. You see, Xerneas is the one who imprisons Darkrai within him and thus, sacrificed himself for the better of the world. But after the disappearance of Xerneas, Florges fell into despair and wants to stop the Dark Nation once and for all by obtaining the greatest power.

Diancie is the current deity that protects the Light Nation. Although she was born as a Carbink in the Mountain Nation, after her transformation she dedicated herself to the Light Nation as they needed someone to look over them. Like Shaymin she also approaches the inhabitants and interacts with them, as she is still a young deity who has much to learn, and of whom Florges takes advantage.

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How to Unlock: TBA
Champion: Dusknoir
Deity: Giratina
Description: A place that no one dares to enter, the Ghoul Nation lies on the dark side of the world close to the Dark Nation thought they do not share an alliance. Like every other nation it has a Champion, theirs being Dusknoir, who keeps himself behind the scenes and only runs the organization. He has two direct subordinates; Mismagius and Gengar who both lead the organization under orders of Dusknoir. They are also the only ones who interact with him. They are arguably the most powerful nation as they themselves are their biggest weakness because the Mind Nation doesn't take action against them.

The Ghoul Nation is united under the ideology of ghost supremacy as promoted by Giratina. The Ghoul Nation seeks to make ghosts the dominate species and plans to overthrow the Pokémon world and ascend to power. They have a deal with the Dark Nation to not attack each other. The Ghoul Nation seeks for Arceus so they can imprison him and use his power to control the world. However Arceus resides in a different dimension. Giratina is willing to help them but needs the mythical Pokémon Mew as compass to Arceus as he will use up too much of his power otherwise. Dusknoir thinks that they need someone pure of heart in need of help to expose Mew, but how will they do that?

Giratina, as expected, is the deity of the Ghoul Nation. Giratina has a close relationship with Dusknoir and only talks with him, and the only ones that talk with Dusknoir are Mismagius and Gengar to keep his existence mysterious. Giratina wants to grant the ghosts a world they can properly live in even if they must make it a world in which they are dominant.

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How to Unlock: TBA
Champion: Zoroark
Deity: Darkrai
Description: The Dark Nation is one of evil intentions, these dark intentions however were forced onto them and they adapted to them and so it became their own intentions as well. Darkrai the deity of the Dark Nation was very powerful and also was responsible for the Nightmare that lead to the current war. However when he was trapped inside of Xerneas he decided to give up all of his powers and give them to the Dark Nation, unlike other deities who only give some of their power. Zoroark by far obtained the most power and became the nation's champion. While inside of Darkrai he still can communicate with the Dark Nation because his power and will has merged with them. Darkrai's true intentions however are not clear.

More information will be added once the story is more developed.

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571Zoroark
Zoroark
Zoroark is the champion of the Dark Nation. She was co-responsible for Nightmare that prevented Pokémon from getting any sleep and thus leading to the war that is currently happening. In Zoroark's story the player must try to find a way to extract Darkrai out of Xerneas to fuse with him and plunge the whole world into an eternal nightmare. Zoroark is someone who wants to get what she wants and will do anything for it and won't take no for an answer. When it was discovered that the Dark Nation was brainwashed they all assumed Zoroark was as well, but in reality she willingly accepted to be Darkrai's vessel as she wanted a world where she could live in safely.
302Sableye
Sableye
Sableye appears as the first commander of Zoroark and is often seen at his side. Aside from being a very strong he also is very wise. He provides a lot of help for Zoroark as Sableye is able to project Darkrai on his gem in his Mega Evolution. He is a bit of a brainiac and is always very curious. Sableye is one of the characters that can be chosen in the assault on the Light Temple.
635Hydreigon
Hydreigon
Hydreigon plays a larger role in the Dark Nation, as he acts as he often is send on errands to the Scale Nation, where he can get in because of his dragon powers. Hydreigon's story involves doing several missions to infiltrate the Scale Nation and try to get the 'offensive' part of the council to ally with the Dark Nation and use them to defeat the champions of the Forest, Volcano and Ocean Nation. Hydreigon is very deceitful and is has a fast tongue to manipulate people.
359Absol
Absol
Absol once was the best friend of Zoroark, but at some point in time he noticed that his best friend started to act very strange. This all was before the Nightmare and the war. Absol was tasked to get resources from the Forest Nation but while there the Nightmare begun. Absol avoided the brainwashing and returned as an ally to the Dark Nation until he discovered their agenda. Absol tries to get more information regarding why everyone acted weird, only to uncover they were brainwashed. He eventually teams up with Zorua find a way to break the brainwashing spell.
687Malamar
Malamar
Aside from Sableye there is someone else who is always at Zoroark's side, which is Malamar. She acts as Zoroark's bodyguard and will do anything to protect her. Malamar is loyal yet very cocky and mocking. She is one of the characters who can be chosen in the assault on the Light Temple.

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229Houndoom
Houndoom
Houndoom is a Pokémon who was originally raised in the Volcano Nation and felt in place there. Before the war started he became one of the captains within the Volcano Nation but at that time was already brainwashed. So now he spied on the Volcano Nation and tries not to get uncovered by the meddling Chimchar. He often attacks other nations on behalf of the Volcano Nation to get them into more trouble. Most of his missions involve getting more nations to hate the Volcano Nation.
319Sharpedo
Sharpedo
Sharpedo once was a prominent member of the Ocean Nation. However after the Nightmare he was brainwashed and now was loyal to Darkrai. So at the start of the war he immediately turned against the Ocean Nation and tried to conquer it in the name of the Dark Nation, as he is the only one who would be able to do that. His missions mainly involve bringing down the Ocean Nation from out of the shadows.
430Honchkrow
Honchkrow
Honchcrow is one of the more secretive members who has allies with the Dark Nation. Honchcrow originally came from the Sky Nation and still resides there. However Honchcrow is ordered to bring supplies and intel from the Sky Nation to the Dark Nation, so most missions will focus on going from the Sky to Dark Nation, while facing troubles along his way.
625Bisharp
Bisharp
Bisharp was a prominent and strict member of the Steel Nation. Bisharp was originally the leader of the army and trained the applicants for the army. However after being brainwashed in the Nightmare she made a 180 degree turn and now has taken all the soldiers loyal, or too scared of her, to a secret base within the Iron Nation. Most missions are defending and assaulting from the Steel Nation, as well as cause more trouble between the Iron and Thunder Nation.
461Weavile
Weavile
Weavile originally was a member of the Artic Nation and was brainwashed during the Nightmare. Weavile always has been on the background in the Artic Nation and still does so while working for the Dark Nation. Weavile tries to make the Artic more easier to be attacked by the other nations, as the Artic is considered one of the strongest Nations around regarding defense.

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491Darkrai
Darkrai
Darkrai is considered the main antagonist of the game. The whole lead up to the war was caused by Darkrai who plunged the whole Pokémon world into a state where no one could get any sleep, which was named the Nightmare. However Xerneas the deity of the newest nation, the Light Nation, stepped up and fought Darkrai and sacrificed himself by locking Darkrai inside of its body and teleporting him to the Light Temple which only could be opened by Regigigas. But shortly before that Darkrai send all of his powers to Dark Pokémon and the most to his most trustworthy ally, Zoroark, so they could carry out his plans to eventually free him and plunge the world in an eternal nightmare. He appears as the Dark Nation's deity and is able to communicate with every brainwashed Pokémon through their mind and can project himself on Sableye's gem.
570Zorua
Zorua
Zoruais the little sister of Zoroark and one of the few who wasn't brainwashed by Darkrai. This was done on the request of Zoroark who didn't want her sister to be used by Darkrai, to which he agreed. Zorua is often kept locked inside by Zoroark for protection. However once Absol and Zorua come into contact they team up to find a way to stop the brainwash spell.
510Liepard
Liepard
Liepard are high ranked Pokémon of the Dark Nation who used swipes, bites and slashes. They are very fast and really have to be blocked in order to attack.
262Mightyena
Mightyena
Mightyena are high ranked Pokémon of the Dark Nation that can be compared with Liepard only they have less speed and more power and don't use slashes but bashes.
630Mandibuzz
Mandibuzz
Mandibuzz are high ranked Pokémon of the Dark Nation who are the airbone soldiers. They can peck the enemy, dive into them or create air slashes.
634Zweilous
Zweilous
Zweilous are medium ranked Pokémon of the Dark Nation and have a similar moveset to Hydreigon but with less variety and strength. They also aren't airbone.
560Scrafty
Scrafty
Scrafty are medium ranked Pokémon in the Dark Nation who mainly attack with punches, but aren't really fast.
215Sneasel
Sneasel
Sneasel are medium ranked Pokémon of the Dark Nation and the Artic Nation who are simple and weaker version of Weavile.
318Carvanha
Carvanha
Carvanha are medium ranked Pokémon of the Dark Nation and the Ocean Nation who are able to bash into and bite enemies.
624Pawniard
Pawniard
are low ranked Pokémon of the Dark Nation and the Steel Nation who are simple and weaker version of Bisharp.
686Inkay
Inkay
are low ranked Pokémon of the Dark Nation who are simple and weaker version of Malamar, and often at the front of the defense.
228Houndour
Houndour
are low ranked Pokémon of the Dark Nation and the Volcano Nation who are simple and weaker version of Houndoom.
198Murkrow
Murkrow
are low ranked Pokémon of the Dark Nation and the Sky Nation who are simple and weaker version of Honchcrow.

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