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Genda Koujirou (源田(げんだ) 幸次郎(こうじろう)), also known as Genou (げんおう), is the goalkeeper for Teikoku Gakuen, Shin Teikoku Gakuen and Neo Japan.

Profile

  • "The King of Keepers. There is no angle that he cannot cover."

Normal form

  • "There's no angle that the King of Keepers hasn't got covered."

Shin Teikoku Gakuen form

  • "The Emperor of Goal Keepers surpasses all other shot-stoppers."

  • "There's no angle that the King of Keepers hasn't got covered."

  • "There's no angle that the King of Keepers hasn't got covered."

  • "There's no angle that the King of Keepers hasn't got covered."

Appearance

He has long, spiky, brown hair that is swept to the right side except for the bangs (which sometimes cover his right eye), a pale skin and blue eyes. He sports two tattoo-like markings under his eyes. He's very tall compared to other characters. In season 2, while playing with Shin Teikoku Gakuen, he has longer lion mane-like hair, cut-like on his right eye and his "tattoo" appears slightly different. He also has raised collar like GouenjiTsurugi and Mansaku Yuuichirou and tucked shirt in shorts.

Personality

Genda is determined, confident and usually calm, but can also be impatient and cocky. He's brave when he stands by Kidou's side against Kageyama. He seems to be a close friend to Kidou Yuuto, Sakuma Jirou, and later to Fudou Akio. In the first season he worries about Kidou more than himself, but later he isn't very loyal as he turned against Kidou twice (firstly, when he joined Shin Teikoku, and secondly when he joined Neo Japan). There are times where he seems to take on a leadership role. Genda is usually very serious and doesn't show his feelings.

Plot

Season 1

He is first seen during the original match between Raimon and Teikoku and his first words, after easily catching a shot from Someoka that looked like it was going in, were: "Kidou! That's all for me." When Gouenji shoots Fire Tornado towards him, he dived the wrong way and the shot went in, making the score 20-1 to Teikoku. He turns away from Kageyama with Kidou and the rest of the team when they realize how sinister Kageyama is. However, Teikoku ended up losing to Raimon in the district finals of the Football Frontier. They got another chance since they were the champion for the previous year, earning the privilege to return for the finals. However, they were badly beaten by Zeus and Genda needed to spend some time in the hospital. Later Kidou visits him and promises to defeat Zeus.

Season 2

In the Aliea Gakuen storyline, Genda joined Shin Teikoku Gakuen, also coached by Kageyama, to get stronger and more powerful, along with Sakuma. During the match they have in an attempt to beat Aliea Gakuen, Genda uses Beast Fang once, which is a forbidden technique that causes massive damage to the person who uses it. After being beaten, and being released from the brainwashing of Kageyama, he needed some hospitalization. Fortunately, his injuries are not as bad as Sakuma, who used a forbidden technique three times. He looked as though he may never be able to play soccer again.

In episode 56, after his injuries healed, he played in a practice match with Raimon. He later watches Raimon's match with Chaos along with the rest of Teikoku. He is also seen watching Raimon's match with Dark Emperors.

Season 3

In the FFI, Genda joins Neo Japan, a team created to beat Inazuma Japan in order to take their place in the Football Frontier International. Having trained very hard, they came close to winning, but Inazuma Japan claimed victory in the end. After that he eventually came back to Teikoku Gakuen. He was later seen at Japan's nationals selection and then he was seen watching Raimon's graduating match with the rest of his teammates. At the end he smiled when Endou said that they should play another match, but this time with Teikoku.

Inazuma Eleven Ares no Tenbin

During the match between Teikoku Gakuen and Inakuni Raimon, Genda didn't play during the first half and the beginning of the second half, being replaced by Shimerigawa Kageru as goalkeeper. Genda was later switched in and took the captain mark from Shimerigawa. He gave Sakuma his captain band back after. He was able to stop Kozoumaru Sasuke's Fire Tornado with High Beast Fang but wasn't able to block Inamori Asuto's, Kozoumaru's and Umihara Norika's Hokkyoku Guma 2gou with the same hissatsu, giving Inakuni Raimon the winning goal.

Inazuma Eleven Orion no Kokuin

Genda was present at the ceremony where the members of Inazuma Japan were announced but he wasn't selected as a member.

Game appearance

Character sprite and avatar

Front sprite Avatar
Uniform Genda Uniform 1Genda Uniform 2
Soccer uniform TKplayer1SPSpriteNJ1Shin Teikoku player 1-2Neo teikoku player 1 sprite Genou IE JPTKplayer1Neojp1shotShin Teikoku player 1Neo teikoku player 1Kojiro Genda (Earth Eleven uniform)

Wii avatar

Avatar
Choice screen Genda Small Icon Wii
Avatar
Soccer uniform Genda Teikoku Wii SpriteGenda Neo Japan Wii Sprite

Character view

Front overview Back overview
Soccer uniform Gendafrontview Gendabackview

Recruitment

Inazuma Eleven 3: Sekai e no Chousen!!

Genda randomly appears by using Tokens in the Italian Camp. Red might scout his Normal form, whereas Blue might scout his Shin Teikoku form.

Inazuma Eleven GO

In order to recruit Genda, the following requirements are needed:

  • Item: Teikoku's notebook (Randomply dropped from Teikoku Gakuen)
  • Player: Atsuishi Shigeto
  • Uniform: Teikoku Wear (Randomply dropped from Teikoku Gakuen)
  • Item: Kizuna Misanga

After that, he can be scouted.

Inazuma Eleven GO 2: Chrono Stone

In order to recruit Genda, the following requirements are needed:

  • Item: Classic Melody (なつかしのメロディ, randomly dropped from Team Bomber at Fuyukai's taisen route)
  • Item: Koutei Penguin 2gou Doll (皇帝ペンギンくん2号, randomly dropped from Protocol Omega 2.0 at Handa Shinichi's taisen route)
  • Photo: A Pine Watching the Castle (城を見守る松の写真, taken at Nobunaga's castle)

After that, he can be scouted for an amount of 1690 Kizuna points.

Stats

All stats are at level 99 and untrained.

  • GP: 200
  • TP: 153
  • Kick: 72
  • Body: 75
  • Control: 69
  • Guard: 72
  • Speed: 55
  • Stamina: 74
  • Guts: 60

Shin Teikoku Gakuen form

  • GP: 200
  • TP: 153
  • Kick: 72
  • Body: 75
  • Control: 69
  • Guard: 72
  • Speed: 55
  • Stamina: 74
  • Guts: 60
  • Freedom: 22

Teikoku Gakuen form

  • GP: 200
  • TP: 153
  • Kick: 72
  • Body: 75
  • Control: 69
  • Guard: 72
  • Speed: 55
  • Stamina: 74
  • Guts: 60
  • Freedom: 32

Normal form

  • GP: 129
  • TP: 129
  • Kick: 55
  • Body: 53
  • Control: 69
  • Guard: 75
  • Speed: 55
  • Stamina: 64
  • Guts: 60
  • Freedom: 13

Shin Teikoku Gakuen form

  • GP: 130
  • TP: 120
  • Kick: 58
  • Body: 56
  • Control: 61
  • Guard: 72
  • Speed: 57
  • Stamina: 62
  • Guts: 53
  • Freedom: 22

  • GP: 159
  • TP: 164
  • Kick: 74
  • Dribbling: 80
  • Technique: 99
  • Block: 75
  • Speed: 107
  • Stamina: 103
  • Catch: 115
  • Lucky: 89

  • GP: 150
  • TP: 136
  • Kick: 64
  • Dribbling: 78
  • Block: 112
  • Catch: 149
  • Technique: 97
  • Speed: 95
  • Stamina: 112
  • Lucky: 92
  • Freedom: 73

  • GP: 156
  • TP: 147
  • Kick: 64
  • Dribbling: 78
  • Block: 112
  • Catch: 149
  • Technique: 97
  • Speed: 95
  • Stamina: 112
  • Lucky: 92
  • Freedom: 220

All stats are fully upgraded.

Teikoku form

  • TP: 160
  • Kick: B
  • Guard: B
  • Body: B
  • Speed: C
  • Control: B
  • Catch: B

Neo Japan form

  • TP: 160
  • Kick: B
  • Guard: A
  • Body: B
  • Speed: C
  • Control: B
  • Catch: A

Shin Teikoku form

  • TP: 160
  • Kick: B
  • Guard: A
  • Body: C
  • Speed: C
  • Control: B
  • Catch: A

Teikoku form

  • TP: 160
  • Kick: B
  • Guard: B
  • Body: B
  • Speed: C
  • Control: B
  • Catch: B

Neo Japan form

  • TP: 160
  • Kick: B
  • Guard: A
  • Body: B
  • Speed: C
  • Control: B
  • Catch: A

Shin Teikoku form

  • TP: 160
  • Kick: B
  • Guard: A
  • Body: C
  • Speed: C
  • Control: B
  • Catch: A

Teikoku form

  • TP: 180
  • Kick: A
  • Guard: A
  • Body: A
  • Speed: B
  • Control: A
  • Catch: A

Neo Japan form

  • TP: 180
  • Kick: A
  • Guard: S
  • Body: A
  • Speed: B
  • Control: A
  • Catch: S

Shin Teikoku form

  • TP: 180
  • Kick: A
  • Guard: S
  • Body: B
  • Speed: B
  • Control: A
  • Catch: S

Hissatsu

Normal form


Shin Teikoku Gakuen form

Keshin

Inazuma Eleven GO

Inazuma Eleven GO 2: Chrono Stone

Mixi Max

Inazuma Eleven GO 2: Chrono Stone

Best match Mixi Max

Game exclusive teams

Inazuma Eleven

Inazuma Eleven 2: Kyoui no Shinryakusha

Inazuma Eleven 3: Sekai e no Chousen!!

Inazuma Eleven GO

Inazuma Eleven GO 2: Chrono Stone

Inazuma Eleven GO Galaxy

Gallery

Trivia

  • Genda's last name in the dub, King, might be a reference to his nickname King of Keepers.
  • Coincidentally, his Japanese name initials are 'GK' (Genda Koujirou) are also the initials for 'Goalkeeper' which is the position Genda plays as.
  • Genda is one of only two players, along with Afuro Terumi, who can be faced in the storyline of all three games of the original trilogy, having played for Teikoku Gakuen, Shin Teikoku Gakuen and Neo Japan. However, in the second game, victory against Zeus is not required, making Genda the only player who must be defeated in order to advance in all three plots.
  • His appearance, while in Shin Teikoku, (lion mane-like hair, scar on his eye) and hissatsu (Beast Fang) may refer to Scar, main antagonist in Disney's movie The Lion King.
    • Their motives are also similar, as both of them wanted to be powerful.

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