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Orochi (center) and a few of his followers: Gyuki (left), Dodomeki (upper right), Da Ji (bottom right) in Musou OROCHI Z.

The Orochi army is an alliance that remains exclusive to the Warriors Orochi series. Any units in this force solely follow Orochi. In the first game, they worked on dominating the other forces. Following Orochi's defeat, the remnants of his army worked to revive their lord. They often serve as the final opponents for each force.

In the Japanese script, all of the subordinate generals in the army are named after supernatural beings, ghosts, or demons from China or Japan. They follow different naming motifs in the English script. Dodomeki clones are named after spiders, the Gyuki clones are named after minerals, and the generic serpent generals are named after snakes.

StoryEdit

Long before the games begin, Orochi was a malevolent entity who was sealed away by the Mystics. Being bored with the mystic realm, Da Ji decides to free the seal placed over him at the Wuhang Mountains to entertain herself. Defeating Sun Wukong and San Zang to release the petrifaction placed over him, Orochi is freed. Although newly awakened and not at his full vitality, his strength exceeds her expectations and she swears to serve under him with her demonic allies. Thwarting Taigong Wang, Fu Xi, and Nu Wa quick response to his release, they escape to the mortal realm.

Shortly before his arrival, Orochi warps time and space to create the new world he desires. Dominating over various factions to seek a worthy opponent, he quickly becomes the undisputed ruler of the new world after defeating the Mystics a second time. However, the heroes of the Three Kingdoms and Sengoku Jidai band together to stop him. Their alliance along with the discontent among his army's ranks causes Orochi's death.

Da Ji, intent on planning her lord's resurrection, evades capture, revives Kiyomori Taira, and befriends Himiko. She uses whatever tricks she has to keep the Orochi loyalists together, even sacrificing herself to the coalition forces so that Himiko can be used to power Kiyomori's resurrection ritual. When Orochi is resurrected, he resumes his goal of seeking powerful heroes to fight. This time, he seems more intent to return to eternal slumber as he dreads his second chance at life. He is once again stopped and presumably dies a second time.

Years after, Orochi's essence transformed into a being called the Hydra, seeking to destroy the dimensional world. Kiyomori is resurrected by the Hydra believing it to be Orochi's new form. The serpent forces then began taking over the world killing any human that stood in their path. It lasted until Ma Chao, Sima Zhao, and Hanbei Takenaka remained. But due to Kaguya's intervention, the destruction caused by the triumphant serpent forces is gradually mitigated or undone entirely.

Attempting once more to revive their lord, most of the demon army reformed under Da Ji and Kiyomori's watch and returned to the distorted world, when Zeus mysteriously brought it back. A small faction of the demons, however, would protect an amnesiaic Himiko at Jing Province until Da Ji arrived and absorbed their forces back into the fold.

Shortly after arriving, Da Ji and Kiyomori strike a deal with Odin, who promises to revive Orochi if they can help him achieve Ragnarok. Because of this, the Demon army focuses its efforts in opposing the humans that have gathered under Coalition alongside Zeus and his armies. True to his word, Odin eventually helps the demons locate the wandering Shūten Dōji and they defeat him and revive the embodiement of destruction, Orochi X. Unbeknowst to them, however, the real Orochi, carrying some of his original self, was revived elsewhere.

Following multiple attempts to stall for Odin's plans, the Demon army stations itself at Olympus to try and keep out the Coalition's armies. Unexpectedly, the real Orochi arrives and eliminates Orochi X. Beckoning his servants once more, Da Ji and Kiyomori aid their lord in resisting the humans one last time before he is killed again.

Knowing that Odin's plans for Ragnarok includes the destruction of everything except for himself, the Demon army opts to join the Coalition after their defeat, not wanting to get caught up until their lord's next revival.

Warriors OrochiEdit

The officers listed here are the ones who remain with Orochi by the end of each story.

LeaderEdit

  • Orochi

AlliesEdit

Subordinate GeneralsEdit


Reptilian GeneralsEdit

  • Boomslang/Ongyōki (隠形鬼)
  • Hognose/Kinki (金鬼)
  • Hooknose/Fūki (風鬼)
  • Patchnose/Suiki (水鬼)
  • Copperhead/Onmoraki (陰摩羅鬼)
  • Lancehead/Itsumade (以津真天)
  • Bushmaster/Zhu Tun She (猪豚蛇)
  • Urutu/Senri (仙狸)
  • Yellowbelly/Tesso (鉄鼠)
  • Keelback/Hsiushe (修陀)
  • Sidewinder/Shōjō (猩々)
  • Diamondback/Mizuchi (蛟)
  • Coachwhip/Nozuchi (野槌)
  • Cottonmouth/Yomotsu-Ikusa (黄泉軍)
  • Mamushi/Fei Tou Man (飛頭蛮)


Warriors Orochi 2 (Orochi)Edit

This section refers to the army's ranks during the Orochi story mode.

LeaderEdit

  • Orochi

AlliesEdit


Subordinate GeneralsEdit


Reptilian GeneralsEdit

  • Boomslang/Ongyōki (隠形鬼)
  • Hognose/Kinki (金鬼)
  • Hooknose/Fūki (風鬼)
  • Patchnose/Suiki (水鬼)
  • Copperhead/Onmoraki (陰摩羅鬼)
  • Lancehead/Itsumade (以津真天)
  • Bushmaster/Zhu Tun She (猪豚蛇)
  • Urutu/Senri (仙狸)
  • Yellowbelly/Tesso (鉄鼠)
  • Keelback/Hsiushe (修陀)
  • Sidewinder/Shōjō (猩々)
  • Diamondback/Mizuchi (蛟)
  • Coachwhip/Nozuchi (野槌)
  • Cottonmouth/Yomotsu-Ikusa (黄泉軍)
  • Mamushi/Fei Tou Man (飛頭蛮)


Dodomeki GeneralsEdit

  • Dodomeki
  • Leaflifter/Gyakuki (瘧鬼)
  • Sheetweaver/Qiongqi (窮奇)
  • Huntsman/Jiang Si (僵死)
  • Bloodleg/Kyūki (窮鬼)

Gyuki GeneralsEdit

Warriors Orochi 2 (Orochi X)Edit

The following lists the ranks for the resurrected Orochi.

LeaderEdit

AlliesEdit

*Lu Bu betrays Kiyomori in Wu's Story and then join Sun Jian in the final battle against Orochi X.

**Sima Yi joins the allied forces during the Samurai Story.

Subordinate GeneralsEdit

  • Yu Jin
  • Sima Zhao
  • Wang Lang
  • Kojuro Katakura
  • Shigenaga Katakura
  • Tsunamoto Oniniwa
  • Shigezuna Date
  • Hidemune Date
  • Kageyori Yashiro
  • Shigemoto Makake
  • Munezane Shiroishi
  • Dokyu Yamagami
  • Masayo Ito
  • Norisada Ueda


Reptilian GeneralsEdit

  • Boomslang/Ongyōki (隠形鬼)
  • Hognose/Kinki (金鬼)
  • Hooknose/Fūki (風鬼)
  • Patchnose/Suiki (水鬼)
  • Copperhead/Onmoraki (陰摩羅鬼)
  • Lancehead/Itsumade (以津真天)
  • Bushmaster/Zhu Tun She (猪豚蛇)
  • Urutu/Senri (仙狸)
  • Yellowbelly/Tesso (鉄鼠)
  • Keelback/Hsiushe (修陀)
  • Sidewinder/Shōjō (猩々)
  • Diamondback/Mizuchi (蛟)
  • Coachwhip/Nozuchi (野槌)
  • Cottonmouth/Yomotsu-Ikusa (黄泉軍)
  • Mamushi/Fei Tou Man (飛頭蛮)


Dodomeki GeneralsEdit

  • Dodomeki
  • Goldenrod/Akuru (悪樓)
  • Leaflifter/Gyakuki (瘧鬼)
  • Sheetweaver/Qiongqi (窮奇)
  • Harvestman/Jue Yuan (攫猿)
  • Huntsman/Jiang Si (僵死)
  • Stripeleg/Inugami Gyōbu (隠神刑部)
  • Bloodleg/Kyūki (窮鬼)
  • Wishbone/Ikai (蝟怪)
  • Tangleweb/Gong Fu (蚣蝮)
  • Hammerjaw/Hundun (渾沌)
  • Suntiger/Enenra (煙々羅)
  • Orbweaver/Eritategoromo (襟立衣)
  • Spinyback/Ya Zi (睚眦)
  • Redback/Goshōrō (蜈蚣姥)


Gyuki GeneralsEdit

  • Gyuki
  • Feldspar/Suan Ni (狻猊)
  • Nosean/Yatō-no-Kami (夜刀神)
  • Galena/Monjabi (亡者火)
  • Botryogen/Rinshō (鱗舐)
  • Ytterbite/Ma Ban She (馬絆蛇)
  • Dioptase/Taowu (檮杌)
  • Levyne/Zhuyin (燭陰)
  • Massicot/Xiu Zhe Deng (銹着等)
  • Periclase/Chishu (螭首)
  • Travertine/Suanyu (酸与)
  • Coltan/Makenuki (魔計奴鬼)
  • Bismuth/Du Zu Gui (独足鬼)
  • Morion/Wei Heyu (偽何歟)
  • Kornerupine/Taotie (饕餮)


Warriors Orochi 3 Ultimate (Tamamo)Edit

LeaderEdit

AlliesEdit

  • Da Ji
  • Himiko
  • Diamondback
  • Dodomeki
  • Gyūki
  • Sun Wukong

Subordinate GeneralsEdit

Reptilian GeneralsEdit

  • Itaoni - (板鬼)
  • Onra - Atsushira (温羅)
  • Kaika - (怪火)
  • Teariaoni - (手洗鬼)
  • Furi - (風狸)

Dodomeki GeneralsEdit

  • Amakiri - (網剪)
  • Ushirome - (後眼)
  • Kamioni - (髪鬼)
  • Itsuki - (縊鬼)
  • Hakuzosu - (白蔵主)

Gyuki GeneralsEdit

  • Onikuma - (鬼熊)
  • Kagewani - (影鰐)
  • Nozusuma - (野衾)
  • Iju - (異獣)
  • Inenbi - (遺念火)

Generals At Wan CastleEdit

These demon generals can only be encountered in the Wan Castle stage along with sporadic appearances in other stages.

  • Death                              
  • Fear
  • Pestilence
  • Penghou
  • Storm
  • Kappa
  • Pulao
  • Flood
  • Hail
  • War
  • Brimstones

See AlsoEdit

GalleryEdit

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