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AnimeThis stadium has many turbines located around the interior. Three small, connected turbines or jet engines are located on each of the four upper walls. A giant turbine, located on the ceiling, takes up at least half of the ceiling's surface space.
The turbines' purpose is to generate tornadoes, or cyclones of wind against the teams that are playing in this stadium. The design of this stadium can be used to a team's advantage — trapping their opponents, using the tornadoes as a path for the soccer ball.
In the game, the appearance of the Cyclone Stadium is fairly similar to the anime's design, besides there being one turbine located at each corners of the stadium, adding four to the anime design. In addition, the area intended for stadium seats is less broad, and there are spaces at each corner where the additional turbines are located.
There is also a path that leads to the stadium called the Wind Path, and it is required to go through it the first time you visit the stadium in the game.
Raimon Vs. Gassan Kunimitsu
In the 1/8 nationals, Raimon played against Gassan Kunimitsu, but the goalkeeper has a Keshin and Minamisawa is now playing for Gassan Kunimitsu. In the match, Kariya said that he was a SEED, but was actually messing around Kirino and later revealed he wasn't.
Raimon won with 3-2, with Tsurugi's help at the end.