Yuber: I look better in black armor and you know it! At its peak just prior to the overthrow of the Godwin faction, the Loyalist Army commanded several thousand soldiers, yet were still outnumbered by their opponents by a fair margin. Dragon Castle was also a nice one. The Army can be named by the player, and if a savefile of Suikoden II is loaded on Suikoden III, when the game refers to that army, it will keep the name you gave in Suikoden II. My most recent playthrough of 3 was Braun castle, after Cecile's family name of Brown, as they were crucial in defending it. This is the first time I am playing Suikoden II and I have reached to part where I get to name my own Company. Genso Suikoden: Tsumugareshi Hyakunen no Toki, Suikoden Tierkreis Plot and Character Questions. It was a character's suggestion, and it's badass. I've read that most people go with Dunan army? Liberation Army Suikoden II Riou Dunan Castle Dunan Army Suikoden III Thomas Budehuc Castle Fire Bringer Army Suikoden IV Razro ( Many Years named as Lazlo but it is Razro. ". Anyway this current play through I named my Army, America. There are four types of names in the series. Suikoden 1 is as you mentioned, Tir, and the Toran Army, The army name may be derived from the name of the war which is. The army was founded by some of the remains of the dispossessed Falenan monarchy, namely Freyjadour Falenas, who contested the Godwin's use of his sister, Lymsleia Falenas as a puppet Queen following the death of Arshtat Falenas. I WANT to name it Unicorn Company as an homage to the fallen warriors of my former brigade, but I don't want my army the be called Unicorn Army. Yet the other half says Dunan. Their headquarters at Ceras Lake were abandoned, cast back into the waters that had once covered the structure. In every Suikoden game I’ve called them the Ottoman Army for some reason. Questions about the locations mentioned in the series; and those about the backstory not seen in the games. Following the discovery of the previously stolen Dawn Rune in their possession as well as rumours of Salum Barows ambitions to turn Freyjadour into a puppet king for a Barows-controlled Kingdom, the royals left the Barows territories and headed to Raftfleet where they formed their own faction, the Loyalist Army, for the purpose of taking back the Queendom of Falena and restoring Lymsleia Falenas to power. Superior tactics and unofficial alliances, however, proved to be the equalizing factors which ultimately allowed the Loyalist Army to emerge victorious. This title has a peculiar feature; if a Star of Destiny dies in combat, there is a high chance that other Stars of Destiny related to that character may leave your army. Either because I like the name or I want to honor Allah. Top. For Suikoden V on the PlayStation 2, a GameFAQs message board topic titled "Name of your Army? I took the name from the old empire that ruled parts of East Europe before World War I. I … Equipment Sets are special sets of gear that when all worn together, impart special bonues to the character. I've read in Wikipedia that the Prince's army in Suikoden 5 was the Falenan Liberation Army. I think I call the Castle the same thing…I’m not sure. Names with Last Names and Middle Names. But then you find out at the end of the game that you've doomed everyone in the region to living in a country called "Orange". info)) is a role-playing video game developed by Konami and Hudson Soft and published by Konami for the Sony PlayStation 2 video game console and the fifth and final main installment of the Suikoden video game series. Well if you are going for a good save file for Suikoden 3 then name The army Dunan so the country name will cary over on the save. Army Battles are a unique gameplay system within the Suikoden series that allows players to engage in large scale battles utilizing the army they have been building up through the game. 108 Stars! The army's name in Suikoden 2 is Dunan, seeing as how it's the name of the country that spawns from the end of the Dunan Unification War (Suikoden 3 has it as *Army Name* Unification War, and I believe Shu refers to the name of the new country as your army's name near the end of the game, too), Ok...well I just read all the posts here and I'm still kinda confused. I've read in Wikipedia that the Prince's army in Suikoden 5 was the Falenan Liberation Army. The Prince even managed to earn the allegiance of towns that were traditionally fractured from the crown, such as Lordlake as well as the autonomous regions such as Sauronix, following the invasion of New Armes. This is the only Suikoden game not to mention the name Schtolteheim Reinbach III. I heard that the Army in II was officially called the new alliance army, obviously you can't name your army this "in-game" Is this what the novel uses? For Suikoden V on the PlayStation 2, a GameFAQs message board topic titled "Name of your Army?" If no save is loaded, by default it will use "Dunan" Army. Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. I don't think it really matters what you name your castle though. I'm actually playing Suikoden II again for what seems like the hundredth time (no joke there), well I'm trying to play through all Suikodens in order from 1 to 5 something I have never done so now I'm at the end of 2, not really relevant to the topic just wanted to share that lol. It was released in 2006, and has sold around 200,000 copies in Japan. I always name everything as the "Ottoman Castle or the "Ottoman Army" in these Suikoden games. I just restarted a S2 file that had 80+ hours on it because I accidently faced Lester in those cook-offs before doing the McDohl Side Quest. What is the actual name for the ship and the army in Suikoden 4? Hauser (Commander of the Dunan Army) Zamza (Instructor of Magic) Gengen (Captain in the Dunan Army) Badeaux (Beastmaster) Klaus Windamier (Strategist) Oulan (Captain of the Bodyguards) The Loyalist Army was founded by Freyjadour Falenas after his split from the Barows faction. That sort of thing. Though originally based in Raftfleet, the group moved into Ceras Lake Castle following its discovery during a campaign against the Godwin faction. The last thing I wanna do is restart to rename the castle. And I have 40+ hours on this new save that I have and I named the Army and the Castle name, Dunan. Why do you make me look like Michael Jackson instead ?! The army was founded by some of the remains of the dispossessed Falenan monarchy, namely Freyjadour Falenas, who contested the Godwin's use of his sister, Lymsleia Falenas as a puppet Queen following the death of Arshtat Falenas. https://suikoden.fandom.com/wiki/Loyalist_Army?oldid=162474. Sonic wrote:I was always a bit cross with SII for kind of going behind your back when it came time to name your army, and as a result, the entire country after the war.It all seems so innocent sitting in the Merc Fort, and naming your company 'Orange' to please Jowy. They can be from a family with a long history or with aristocratic background. There, the Dunan Army managed to push back the Harmonian Army which had entered the region to reclaim the territory that had belonged to them some two hundred years prior. Suikoden Wikia is a FANDOM Games Community. Often these peices of equipment on their own are not terribly great and have lower stats than other gear, but once all the set is complete, the character acquire meaningful gains that may offset the gears normal low parameters. The Loyalist Army disbanded after regaining the Sun Rune and retaking both Sol-Falena and the Sun Palace, putting all of Falena under Loyalist control. In 5 it was something like "Lyonez", after Lyon. I know the hero is named Lazlo but i dont know what the ship or army is named. Following the establishment of Ceras Lake Castle as the headquarters of the Loyalist army, their forces grew rapidly. Though previously allied with the House of Barows, the discovery of the Dawn Rune lead Freyjadour to break off from the Barows family, forming his own faction. Despite serving their purpose in the war, many of the Loyalist volunteers transferred to the Falenan Army or the Navy. These are for characters/people that belongs to a certain rank within their country.