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Fudou Akio

Fudouakio

Fudou

JP name 不動 明王
JP nickname
Dub name Caleb Stonewall
Dub nickname
Data
Gender Male Icon
Position MFicon (Midfielder)
Number 8 (Inazuma Japan)
10 (Shin Teikoku Gakuen)
Element Fire Icon
Team Shin Teikoku Gakuen (former)
Inazuma Japan
Inazuma Japan B
Orpheus (temporary)
White Team
Raimon (GO) (GO Movie)
Inazuma Legend Japan
Resistance Japan (Coach)
Battle Eleven
Seiyuu Yuuki Kaji
Debut
Game Inazuma Eleven 2
Anime Episode 037
Episode 043 (GO)
Manga

Fudou Akio (不動 明王) is one of the supporting characters in the Inazuma Eleven game and anime. He was a midfielder and the captain of Shin Teikoku Gakuen, and later became a midfielder of Inazuma Japan. He reappears in GO in episode 43. In Inazuma Eleven GO Galaxy, he appeared in episode 14 as Resistance Japan's coach. In Inazuma Eleven GO VS Danball Senki W, he is a midfielder of Inazuma Legend Japan.

Profile

  • "His aggressive play can knock the stuffing out of even the fiercest players."

  • "This aloof and rebelious player likes to use his skills to toy with rivals on the pitch."

Background

Fudou's father was forced to quit his job due to having to take the blame for his boss' mistakes. He left Fudou and his mother when Fudou was very young. When he left, Fudou's mother told her son to become stronger and not to end up like his father, unfortunately Fudou mistook what she meant and became power-hungry. He joined Kageyama to create Shin Teikoku Gakuen before being left behind again. He is then asked by Coach Hibiki to try out for Inazuma Japan due to his skills.

Appearance

Fudou has a brown mowhawk-like hairstyle, with white streaks at the sides. He has grey eyes. In Shin Teikoku Gakuen, he had a red tattoo on his head, but has no white streaks. In GO, he has grown taller, as well as his hair - which has grown out and is quite long. He wears a white shirt with dark blue stripes, a purple coat, green trousers, and blue shoes.

Personality

He tends to make sarcastic and cynical remarks which are usually negative, and acts as if he doesn't care whether his teammates get injured or not, but his actions show that he does. On the field, he is shown to be at the same level as Kidou when it comes to game strategizing.

Apparently he does not like being put on bench the whole time in the Asia Prelim, until Coach Kudou revealed that Fudou was a 'joker' and was only placed in the team in the finals. He's also shown to like to solve his problems himself, as seen when he lied to Kidou and Sakuma about not seeing Kageyama during the third season so that he could stop Kageyama by himself. After the match against Team K, he seems to care more for his teammates as seen during the match against Makai Gundan Z.

Plot

Season 2

Fudou is first introduced in episode 37, near the market where Raimon was buying some food, prompting the whole team to pay attention to him. Then it is revealed he sent the message to Coach Hitomiko about Kageyama under Coach Hibiki's name. When Hitomiko asked him why he just don't used his name, he asks her that if he doesn't identifies himself as Hibiki, Raimon wouldn't travel until Ehime. He shows them Shin Teikoku Gakuen, and is the captain of the team. Coach Hitomiko realizes that he has the power of the Aliea Meteorite, and it is later revealed that he brainwashed Genda and Sakuma into joining the team.

Season 3

Fudou is invited to join Inazuma Japan due to his abilities, and is placed in the B-Team with Kidou. He gets a place in, but even though he's in, he doesn't gain trust from anyone else in there because of his former past with Kageyama.


Fudou was benched during the Asia premilinaries, much to his displeasure, and only has a chance to play in the final against Fire Dragon. Coach Kudou revealed that Fudou is a "Joker", that's means he's Inazuma Japan's secret weapon. However, he wasn't able to link his play with the rest of the team but then, thanks to Kidou and Endou, Fudou was able to coordinate with the whole team, and created his first hissatsu, Killer Fields, with Kidou. From there on, Fudou has finally gained some trust from his teammates.

During the party at Knights of Queen he seems to get interested after Edgar insulted Endou and stopped Kidou from interrupting them. Only after Fudou help stops Orpheus from being overthrown by Team K, then was he trusted. Fudou, along with Kidou and Sakuma created Koutei Penguin 3gou in order to show Kageyama that he don't need his power. In the match against Unicorn, Fudou was able to defeat their tactics, Rolling Thunder, and help Inazuma Japan in scoring the third point. He was also able to stop Mark Kruger's Gran Fenrir with the help of Hijikata and Kogure. Then, Fudou follows Kidou's half of the team to the Demon Gate to rescue Otonashi from Makai Gundan Z.

In episode 119, when Natsumi becames a manager of Inazuma Japan he says that he is there to pass informations to the Little Gigant. Later, during Inazuma Japan training, after he saw Toramaru and Gouenji training Jet Stream, a new hissatsu, so he joins them. During the match against Little Gigant, it is shown that he, along with Gouenji and Toramaru have trained to use Jet Stream, but the technique doesn't works until Endou enters in his place. He is shown again with Teikoku in episode 127 saying that he came to see the graduation match since its a special occasion.

Plot (GO)

Fudou made his debut in Inazuma Eleven GO during episode 043, where he, along with Kira Hiroto, Midorikawa Ryuuji, Kazemaru Ichirouta and Kabeyama Heigorou are seen watching the second half of the match between Raimon (GO) and Dragonlink.

Plot (Galaxy)

Fudou first appeared in episode 14 as the coach of Resistance Japan. At Teikoku Gakuen's training field, he explained to his team members that their objetive was to have a match against Inazuma Japan and destroy'em. As Minamisawa asked him why he revealed that it was a request from Kuroiwa Ryuusei.

Movie

Inazuma Eleven GO the Movie: The Ultimate Bonds Gryphon

He first appears when Endou introduces him, Kazemaru, Kabeyama and Fubuki to the Raimon members. Later, he, Kazemaru and Kabeyama were shocked as Kageyama Hikaru revealed his name to them. He helped the team to get stronger; especially Amagi, Kariya, and Shinsuke. He turns into his young form just like the others and becomes a midfielder for Raimon along with Kidou. During the match, he, Kidou and Kazemaru use Koutei Penguin 2gou in order to free Aoi. He also he talked to Tsurugi during the match, to make Tsurugi remember what his duty on the field is.

Game appearance

Character Sprite and Avatar

Front Sprite Back Sprite Avatar
Kid (Casual) Youngfudoushot
Uniform Fudouback
Soccer uniform Shin Teikoku player 10-2FudoujapanBspriteFudouorpheusspriteFudoujapangamespriteNeo teikoku player 6 sprite Shin Teikoku player 10FudouteikokuFudoujapanBshotFudouIEGOgameFudou orp talkB-inazuma3s 01 32384Neo teikoku player 6Story mode team charac 8

Wii Avatar

Avatar
Choice Screen Fudou Small Icon Wii


Avatar
Soccer Uniform Fudou Legend Japan Sprite Wii

Character View

Front Overview Back Overview Front Close View Back Close View
Soccer uniform Fudoufrontoverview Fudoubackoverview Fudoufrontclose Fudoubackclose
Raimon (GO) Soccer uniform Fudoufrontview3ds

Recruitment

Inazuma Eleven GO 2: Chrono Stone

Young Form

In order to recruit Fudou, you'll need to have:

After this he can be recruited with an amount of 2600 Kizuna Points. Be aware that, in order to make him appear as a scoutable option, you need to recruit at least three other members from the same community master.

Adult Form

In order to recruit Fudou as Adult you need to have:

  • Item: Prestigious Trophy (Dropped from Inazuma Legend Japan at Hirai Shinzou's Challenge Route)
  • Player: Fudou (Young) (Old Raimon Soccer Club's Community Master)
  • Record: Legendary Soccer Battler (Win 1000 Soccer Battle)

After this he can be recruited with an amount of 4000 Kizuna Points.

Relationships

  • Unnamed Mother
  • Unnamed Father

Stats

At Lvl. 99

  • GP: 182
  • TP: 169
  • Kick: 75
  • Body: 60
  • Control: 78
  • Guard: 60
  • Speed: 64
  • Stamina: 66
  • Guts: 69

At Lvl. 99

  • GP: 153
  • TP: 136
  • Kick: 140
  • Dribbling: 146
  • Block: 109
  • Catch: 85
  • Technique: 141
  • Speed: 121
  • Stamina: 95
  • Lucky: 62

At Lvl. 99

  • GP: 156
  • TP: 139
  • Kick: 123
  • Dribbling: 152
  • Block: 109
  • Catch: 78
  • Technique: 119
  • Speed: 109
  • Stamina: 102
  • Lucky: 76

  • TP: 170
  • Kick: S
  • Guard: A
  • Body: S
  • Speed: S
  • Control: S
  • Catch: A

  • Kick: B
  • Guard: B
  • Body: A
  • Speed: B
  • Control: B
  • Catch: C

  • Kick: B
  • Guard: B
  • Body: B
  • Speed: B
  • Control: A
  • Catch: C

Hissatsu

Keshin

Inazuma Eleven GO 2: Chrono Stone

Game Exclusive Teams

Inazuma Eleven 2

Inazuma Eleven 3

Inazuma Eleven GO 2: Chrono Stone

Inazuma Eleven GO Galaxy

Coach Effect

Inazuma Eleven GO Galaxy

  • Power of Infinite Zero increased by 20.
  • Total TTP increased by 5.

Trivia

  • His character song is entitled "The Bad Boys Brother's Blues" which he sings along with Tobitaka, Tsunami and Someoka.
    Fudou mother
    Fudou's mother (in Inazuma Eleven 3 game)
  • He doesn't have a single hissatsu technique that he performs on his own (Anime), ironically, in the debut of FFI Arc, he laughed because some players wanted to create combination hissatsu.
  • His appearance in the Aliea Academy arc is probably the transformation that occurs when someone uses the Aliea Meteorite, just like what happened to the Raimon team and other Aliea Academy's students that uses them.
  • He and Gouenji are the only players who got a yellow card in the whole series.

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