Atlantis Wall (アトランティスウォール, Atorantisu Wōru) is a block hissatsu technique.



Inazuma Eleven GO

It first appeared in the GO game and in Inazuma Eleven Strikers 2012 Xtreme, then in the anime in episode 35. It was used by Amagi Daichi, and successfully blocked Maboroshi Shot.

It was used again in episode 38 against Sunshine Force, but Amagi wasn't fast enough and failed.

He used it again two times in episode 43 but it was easily broken by Dragonlink's Keshin shoots.

It was seen again in episode 46 on TV.

Inazuma Eleven GO 2: Chrono Stone

Amagi used it again in episode 6 but it wasn't fast enough so he failed to stop Beta.

It reappeared later in episode 42 during the match opposing El Dorado Team 02 to Giru. Amagi tried to stop Dead Future, but Atlantis Wall got easily broken. He used it again to stop Zatto's shoot and succeeded this time. It then evolved into G2.

In episode 43, he used it again to stop Giris from proceeding, but failed.


The user charges aura the ground around them becomes an ocean, from where an ancient pyramid emerges. The user then blocks the opponent or the ball with an hexagonal energy shield.






Inazuma Eleven GO Atlantis Wall (アトランティスウォール)01:25

Inazuma Eleven GO Atlantis Wall (アトランティスウォール)

Chrono Stone

Inazuma Eleven Go Chrono Stone Atlantis Wall G2 + Dead Future HD00:34

Inazuma Eleven Go Chrono Stone Atlantis Wall G2 + Dead Future HD

Inazuma Eleven GO Strikers 2013

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IE GO Strikers 2013 - Atlantis Wall


  • This hissatsu is based on Atlantis.
  • In the anime it can be implied this is the only hissatsu that is able to block Maboroshi Shot.

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