Fortissimo (フォルテシモ, Foruteshimo) is a shoot hissatsu technique.
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- "An artistic shot that makes the ball sound out a powerful and beautiful melody."
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- "Augment your shot with a stirring melody, and send it singing to the goal!"
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Matsukaze Tenma, Nishizono Shinsuke and Sorano Aoi were watching a video which showed the finals of the Holy Road from last year and Raimon was playing against Kidokawa Seishuu. Shindou received the ball and used Fortissimo, scoring the first and only goal for Raimon. Tenma asked Shindou the same day to play soccer with him and Shinsuke at the riverbank after Shindou left the soccer club. Playing for a little while, Shindou showcased Fortissimo to them and Fortissimo easily passed Tenma, going into the goal as well.
Later, in episode 16, Shindou used this hissatsu technique to score a goal against Teikoku but was easily caught by Miyabino Reiichi even without a goalkeeper hissatsu, only using his bare hands to catch it.
Afterwards, this hissatsu was seen yet again in episode 32, but only in a flashback where Tenma, Shinsuke, Shindou, Aoi, Akane and Midori were thinking of the past matches, and it was not used in the episode itself.
It was seen again in episode 46 on the TV, which Raimon was watching at it.
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The Raimon members were attacked by Death Horn in the Jurassic era and members tried to stop Death Horn by shooting the ball against it. The shoots weren't really effective, so Shindou used Fortissimo which successfully hit Death Horn at its side.
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The user jumps a little bit up, and afterwards musical notes and patterns form in a circular motion around the ball. After this the user kicks the ball at the center and the ball goes through the field and to the goal with musical notes and patterns around it.
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- Fortissimo is an Italian word that means "very strong". It is also used to mean "very loud" in musical terminology, explaining the music notes that appear around the ball in the shot.