|“||The people of Conote saw the biggest army they had ever seen off with wild enthusiasm, as it passed by. “There’s no way they’ll lose to Thracia,” everyone said.||”|
— Narration in Fall of Leonster
Along with the other three kingdoms of the Manster District - Leonster, Alster and Manster - Conote was originally part of the territory of Thracia, following its foundation by the Crusaders Dáinn and Njörun in Grann 648. Following the Tragedy of the Gáe Bolg, the Thracian throne was succeeded by Dáinn's son, a cruel and ill-tempered man who terrorized and suppressed the nation's people. In response, Njörun's son led a coalition of Thracian dukes in revolt against Dáinn's son, claiming the northern half of the peninsula as their own individual nations; with Grannvale's mediatory intervention and the eventual assent of Dáinn's son, the territory formally seceded from Thracia and became the independent Manster District, with Conote being one of the four kingdoms founded there.
Some time before the year Grann 760, the Conote throne was assumed by the young and inexperienced King Carl, who overcame a power struggle against his uncle to claim rule of Conote with the assistance of his advisor Raydrik. All four parts of the Manster District kept a close military alliance with each other, so when Thracia launched a siege of Manster following Quan's death in the Aed Massacre, Conote contributed its military to the effort to come to its aid, but a faction led by Raydrik betrayed both Conote and the rest of the District at the Battle of River Thracia, leading to Raydrik himself killing Leonster's King Calf and leading Conote soldiers loyal to him to assist Thracia in claiming the entire District. It wasn't long until the Grannvale Empire's army defeated Thracia and claimed the Manster District - and thus Conote - as its territory, falling under the rule of King Bloom.
In the aftermath of the Battle of Belhalla, Briggid of Jungby left her children, Faval and Patty, in an orphanage in Conote before disappearing. In Grann 777, following his defeat at Alster, Bloom retreated to Conote and used it as his capital in his last stand against Seliph's army. After his second defeat, Seliph took control of Conote, the third territory of the Manster District to return to his control. Conote was later united with both Thracia and the rest of the Manster District into the New Kingdom of Thracia, under King Leif.
Characters from Conote
|The last King of Conote. Betrayed by Raydrik.||--|
|A former general and nobleman of Conote, who betrayed King Carl to assist the Grannvale Empire.||Thracia 776, Awakening|
|Son of Briggid; raised in an orphanage in Conote. Works as a mercenary to support the orphanage.||Genealogy of the Holy War|
|Daughter of Briggid; raised in an orphanage in Conote. Steals from Grannvale to support the orphanage.||Genealogy of the Holy War|
|A rebel agent raised in the Conote orphanage, and a childhood friend of Patty.||--|
|An orphan known as the "Hitman of Conote". Works as a mercenary to support the orphanage that raised him.
(Substitute character for Faval)
|Genealogy of the Holy War|
|An orphan who steals from Grannvale to support the orphanage that raised her.
(Substitute character for Patty)
|Genealogy of the Holy War|
Genealogy of the Holy War castle data (Chapter 8)
|Leonster||Leif||Leif, Finn and Nanna/Janne are deployed here at the chapter's beginning.|
|Conote||Enemy||41||Bloom||Two more units are deployed in later turns: Faval/Asaello in turn 3, and Ishtar in turn 5.|
|Manster||Enemy||0||--||The turn after Conote has been seized, Manster becomes a partner castle, Ced/Hawk set up to guard it, and six partner Civilians emerge.|
|Meath||Enemy||0||--||The Meath army is deployed after Conote has been seized.|
Vendor Arena enemies
Etymology and other languages
|Names, etymology and in other regions|
|Language||Name||Definition, etymology and notes|
|Connaught||Used in the "Project Naga" patch.|
|Japanese||コノート||Officially romanized as Conote. Derived from Connacht/Connaught, one of the four traditional provinces of Ireland.|
- "Afterwards, the one who would succeed the Thracian throne was Dáinn's son, but he wasn't the type of person who would make a good king. After ascending the throne, he implemented a terror policy, operated by his trusted subordinates, to suppress the masses. This resulted in Njörun's son leading the marquesses to rebel, and in the end they successfully subdued the northern, fertile lands. Later, by Grannvale's mediation, the small countries to the north pushed Leonster to become the leader of the alliance, and with Thracia's permission they officially obtained independence." - Designers' notes from a Genealogy of the Holy War playing guide, as translated by Serenes Forest
- "After my father died, I’ve been target of countless assassination attempts from a faction that would rather see my uncle as the king. However, God sided with the legitimate successor. Starting with Leidrick, the amount of people supporting me increased, and finally I was able to be recognized as king." - Carl, Fall of Leonster