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Kami no Takuto: Fire Illusion (神のタクト
Inazuma Eleven GO 2: Chrono Stone
Inazuma Eleven GO Galaxy
Inazuma Eleven GO Chrono Stone
AnimeFirst used by Shindou Takuto in the match against Giru in episode 43. After Sakamaki Togurou gave him data on Alpha, Beta and Gamma, Shindou realized those were their stats in ball-keeping and speed. Then he used Kami no Takuto FI, an evolved form of Kami no Takuto, and succeed in connecting passes between them.
It was first used against Giru like in the anime.
It was used in the movie by Shindou in the match against Destructchers. The first line went to Kirino, the second line went to Nishiki and the third line went to Taiyou, who then used Tenchi Raimei in his Mixi Max form, scoring the first goal for Shinsei Inazuma Japan.
Inazuma Eleven GO Galaxy
Kami no Takuto FI was used again in episode 1 by Shindou. However, it didn't work properly because most members of Inazuma Japan didn't know how to play soccer. Later, it succeeded when Shindou sent the ball to Matsukaze Tenma and Tsurugi Kyousuke, who used Fire Tornado DD to finally score the first goal for Inazuma Japan.
In episode 7, Shindou used it again in the match against Big Waves for Sakura so she could break through Suck Out in a higher alitude. She successfully broke through Suck Out and passed the ball to Manabe. He scored a goal and thanks to him, the score became 3-2 and Inazuma Japan won the match.
It was used again in episode 12 by Shindou in order to get past the members of Mach Tiger. Shindou tried to score with Fortissimo, but failed against Udom Keawchay's Killer Elbow. Shindou used it again after Morimura Konoha used her hissatsu to pass it to Kusaka who was in his Berserker Mode. Kusaka scored the first goal for Inazuma Japan using Kyoubou Head, breaking though Killer Elbow.
The player uses his hands to direct passes to his teammates or to show them where to go in the field, as if a conductor is involved. Red batons surrounded by flames come from his hands and are used for the ball to go where it is ordered to, thus creating a series of perfect passes.
Galaxy Anime Version
Galaxy Game Version
- In the anime, it seems to be darker and have more flames than in the movie.