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Inazuma Eleven GO Chrono Stone (イナズマイレブンＧＯ クロノ・ストーン) is the sequel of Inazuma Eleven GO that takes place three months after the event of the Holy Road tournament.
The story begins with following Raimon's success on the Holy Road soccer tournament. Tenma returns to Raimon Junior High, but finds out that things have changed. The Raimon members are not soccer players anymore. In fact, there is no soccer club at the school. Shinsuke is in a different club from Tenma. Is this a parallel world? Tenma wonders.
That's when Alpha appears before him.
The organisation called El Dorado is an organisation formed by the future world's countries to deal with important matters of world affairs, and for some reason, they've determined that soccer must be destroyed. To do so, they have assigned Alpha and his team, Protocol Omega to the mission of ridding soccer from the world.
There are new characters that appear in the Inazuma Eleven GO Chrono Stone series, but there are also some characters from the previous series that will also appear.
A complete list of characters:
The Inazuma Eleven GO Chrono Stone series starts after the Holy Road tournament. There are new episodes every Wednesday.
A complete list of episodes:
There are new hissatsu techniques that are learned and shown in the anime, at the same time, there are some hissatsu shown from the previous series also.
There are new teams shown in Inazuma Eleven GO Chrono Stone, and some teams still remain though with new members.
A complete list of teams:
Keshin's area new feature shown in the anime. It is the “avatar” of the person and is used in various matches in Keshin Battle. It can be now fused with its user to create a Keshin Armed.
A complete list of Keshins:
- With the start of Chrono Stone, the anime started counting episodes from #1 again, instead of making it a second season to GO.