Inazuma Eleven 2: Kyoui no Shinryakusha
- "An absurdly destructive shot that freezes everything in its path!"
It was used many times in season 2. It was first used in episode 32. It broke through Endou's God Hand but was barely stopped by the combined efforts of Touko's The Tower, Kabeyama's The Wall and Endou's Majin The Hand. It was used again in the match against Gemini Storm and broke through Black Hole. In the match against Epsilon it was stopped by Desarm's Wormhole though it broke through later but again, it was stopped by Desarm's new hissatsu, Drill Smasher. It reappears again in the match against The Genesis but was stopped by Nero's Procyon Net.
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Eternal Blizzard's manual can be bought at England's Hissatsu store for 3200 Nekketsu Points.
This technique is originally used by Fubuki Atsuya. Fubuki usually uses this move while having Atsuya's personality. Fubuki spins the ball with his legs into the air making the ball covered in icy, white aura, giving the ball an ice-cube like appearance, then kicks the ball after spinning twice in the air. Everything the ball touches when doing this hissatsu freezes as what it did to Endou's God Hand and the net but if the goalkeeper or object is strong enough to stop it, the goalkeeper or the object doesn't freeze.
Fubuki Shirou's version
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Inazuma Eleven GO Strikers 2013
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- In the Revival of the Bonds Drama CD, Fubuki used Eternal Blizzard as a catch hissatsu. Although whether he actually did it, or just did it to sound cooler is quite ambigious.
- Eternal Blizzard was obtainable by codes in the original Inazuma Eleven in the European version