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Inazuma Eleven. Dans cet animé, nous suivrons les péripéties de l'équipe de foot du collège Raimon, considérée comme une faible équipe ne disposant même. Inazuma Eleven is a to Japanese anime television series based on Level-5's video The opening theme for the first 26 episodes is "Tachiagari-yo". Japanese title Original air date English air date 27 "The Aliens Are Here!/  On October 5, , the series premiered on Discovery Kids in Latin America. Inazuma Eleven is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Tenya Yabuno based on The first 26 episodes can be seen in the United States on Hulu, in both English and Spanish (European) versions. However Additionally, the European Spanish dub merely translates the English dub. .. Release date, ISBN.
In the beggining, Goujin's teammates think he gets Fire Tornado's name wrong, calling it Fire Lemonade, and they try to correct him, particularly Hiyori. However, he later reveals he was intending to learn a completely different hisssatsu from the start, which, after several failed attempts, he finally succeds in episode 26, scoring the winning goal for his team.
Seems to be played straight with his father, though. Goujin got the idea to learn it after his father told him about a hissatsu he heard about from the mainland which he thinks is named "Fire Lemonade", but a hissatsu with this name didn't exist at that time.
Mainly in the second season, where every team from Aliea Academy has at least one girl though still less than the boys and there's also CCC Osaka Gals, which is an all-girl team.
Touko and Rika who is the captain of the aforementioned team are the two girls from the main team. Minor plot points are removed while major ones are elaborated upon.
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Midorikawa, formerly known as Reize, who claims that it took him a while to develop a convincing alien personality, the opposite of his real personality. Though he also has his moments of Angst when he feels inferior compared to the rest of Inazuma Japan. Every character can be adorkable, though. The coach's intro episodes often prove to be helpful but this usually dies off near the end. The police also try to help stop the Big Bad but they often require the players doing a lot of the work to do so.
Aphrodi, what with the long hair and eyelashes, effeminate movements, fashion sense, hell, his name. He can also stop hissatsu techniques with one hand without using any hissatsu of his own, and he isn't even a goalkeeper. Beautifully subverted as Endou shouts to the plane carrying Ichinose into the sunset. He replies immediately, having been right behind him.
Played straight near the end of the series, when Endou sees off the plane carrying his fellow FFI competitors. Subverted, as it seems that the aliens were actually kids given the power of the Aliea meteorite to be physically superior.
Later played straight in Galaxy with the actual aliens. All in a Row: Up to three party members can follow Endou or in the plot developments in the third game: Kidou or Kazemaru in this way, and sometimes an NPC also tags along at the back. The three can be swapped out with the other twelve field members at any time, unless the story requires certain members to accompany Endou.
All Your Powers Combined: Starting with the second season of the original and ending with Galaxy, it becomes a running theme to have the winning goal scored by a hissatsu or keshin which combines the energy of all players. In order, they are: The Earth in the Aliea Academy arc. Jet Stream in the Football Frontier International arc.
No hissatsu uses this trope in the Holy Road arc of GO. However, the concept of Keshin Drawing is very much this; by taking energy from the entire team, a Keshin that was previously exhausted can be re-summoned. Saikyou Eleven Hadou from the end of Chrono Stone. Also, the Grand Luster tactic, which involves passing the ball between all the team's players to gather energy and massively power up the next shot.
A lot of stuff that happened in the original trilogy did not happen to bring it about. Fubuki Atsuya and Kira Hiroto are not dead. The entire Aliea Arc never happened, and most importantly Raimon loses in the finals of the Football Frontier International, resulting in the original Raimon team going to other teams to act as reinforcements to strengthen them.
Lots of characters are fairly dark-skinned. Tsunami makes sense since he's Okinawan, but Sakuma, Domon, Rika etc. Tetsukado from GO is an aversion, for being the son of a fisherman and spending a lot of time in the sun, but Amagi or Kurama are never disclosed.
Kageyama became obsessed with winning after his father's career had been destroyed due to losing a soccer match to Daisuke, after which he started to lose every match he played. Fudou became power hungry after his father lost his job and his family became poor.
His mother told him to become strong and not end up like his father, but he mistook what she had said and took it to the wrong extremes. People play football in Sengoku Japan and Medieval France.
Jeane d'Arc is a Meganekko. Lalaya Obies kidnaps Tsurigi. She doesn't outright on why she did so, saying just to serve her. After she shows her leadership skills as Queen. Individual hissatsu techniques also include Illusion Ball. Kazemaru is finally convinced by the promise of fighting a lot of stronger players, and by Endou's fighting spirit.
Most of the time Endou has to help him overcome his fears. He respects Endou very much. After Gouenji left and Fubuki is brought out to replace him, he initially has trouble accepting Fubuki, as he strongly felt that Gouenji shouldn't have been replaced, and that the ace-striker seat was rightfully his.
However, he later overcomes it with Endou's help, and with the belief that they were strengthening the team so that when Gouenji does come back, the team would be good enough for him. With the aliea meteorite he performs the Dark Phoenix with Kurimatsu and Kazemaru. He used to be in Teikoku until he came to Raimon to spy, and saw everyone working hard. He then decided to join the Raimon Football Club.
With Endou, he feels that he can keep up with him, unlike his friend, Ichinose, and the others at Teikoku. He quits being a spy when Fuyukai, the coach and another spy from Teikoku, planned to blow up the bus they were using. However, because of an accident in his childhood, he moved away for medical treatment, leaving Aki and Domon to think that he died.Capítulo 25 Inazuma Eleven Castellano "EL PARTIDO DEFINITIVO: 1ª PARTE"
Through rehabilitation treatment, and his love for football, he went to Japan to visit Aki and became a member of Endou's team. Aki describes Ichinose similar to Endou.
Later though, in the FFI arc, he returns to America to join his team. He is apparently quite famous in the football world, often known as the Field Magician. She used to play football but stops after experiencing a horrible trauma.
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She is close friends with Kazuya Ichinose and Asuka Domon. She also has a crush on Endou and had a crush on Ichinose when she was little. In Go series, it is hinted that she is in a relationship with Ichinose.
She is the sister of Yuuto Kido. She has not had any contact with him for 6 years, however. She becomes a manager because of Endou's passion for football. She is shown to have a romantic interest in Endou and strongly believes that he is the best goalkeeper around. She later leaves the team under the pretence of going abroad to study, but it is later revealed that she was in fact investigating the case of the accident involving Endou's Grandfather, Daisuke. She gets married to Endou in Inazuma Eleven Go.
He's also one of the smallest of the Raimon Eleven. His individual technique is Kung Fu Head, later he does a combination technique with Shishido called Shooting Star when both of them were in the Dark Emperors at the end of season two. He is admired by Endo Mamoru. He was involved in an accident, which was caused by Kageyama a man obsessed with vengeance on the way to the district finals, and everyone believes that he died in the accident.
His whereabouts are still unknown.
In the later episodes he is revealed to be alive. Giving Endou some ideas like, "If you can't block it you just need to protect the goal. He usually plays as a defender, but sometimes he goes to being forward.
Megane joined the team before they played against Teikoku Academy claiming himself to be "the hero who saves the team". But when he saw his teammates fall one after another, he ran off, abandoning the uniform and letting Gouenji wear it. Ever since he's almost always on the bench. Megane has a habit of deciding cool names for every new technique his teammates create, for example he was the one who called Someoka's first technique Dragon Crash. He later becomes a Manager. In the FFI Arc it is shown that he has a little brother who is much better than him in football, but more emotional.
He has a dark aura and is very negative at peoples comments. His teammates revere him, and Kageno's always willing to help. Shishido is versatile and often does a little of everything. He excels at all sports, and was often involved in many other sport clubs.
Max joined the football club to "help cure his boredom" when Endou was gathering team members, but he actually starts to enjoy the sport. He is often seen wearing a pink and blue cat-design cap, which is his 'trademark'.
At a sleepover training camp, it is also revealed that he wears a different hat to sleep. His combination hissatsu technique is Revolution V with Handa. He has a buck tooth and a bandage across his nose. His hair resembles that of the X-Men character Wolverine comics. Kurimatsu along with Kabeyama are best described as a comedy duo, ending or including almost every sentence with "deyansu" "actually". Kurimatsu becomes the new captain of Raimon Junior High after the graduation ceremony of Endou and others.
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She joined the Inazuma Caravan in episode 29 to battle against Gemini Storm. From Cloister Divinity Junior High in Kyoto, he was often off the team most of the time due to his lack of trust towards others and his pranks. However he joined the Inazuma Caravan due to Haruna's urging. Kogure joined in the nick of time when Epsilon attacked his school.
Kogure's most noted technique is Senpuujin, later he does a technique with Touko and Tsunami called The Perfect Tower when they went up against Genesis the second time.
She first appeared when the Raimon Eleven came to Osaka believing that Aliea Academy had a base hidden in an amusement park that was somewhere in Osaka. When Rika first met Ichinose she immediately fell head-over-heels for him and claims him to be her husband after he eats her "Lovey-Dovey Dish" which was just a simple Okonomiyaki that she made.