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Majin The Hand
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Data
JP name マジン・ザ・ハンド
Dub name Majin The Hand
Type Catch Icon Catch
Element Earth Icon Earth
Wood Icon Wood
Characteristic
Power 200 (Chrono Stone)
270 (Galaxy)
Shibire damage
Aura damage
Users 1
Evolution Normal → 改 → 真
TP consumption
Inazuma Eleven 46
Inazuma Eleven 2 46
Inazuma Eleven 3 32
Inazuma Eleven GO 80 KP
Inazuma Eleven GO 2 80 KP
Inazuma Eleven GO Galaxy 60 KP
Strikers 30
Strikers 2012 Xtreme 30
GO Strikers 2013 30 (Normal)
60 (Keshin)
Debut
Game Inazuma Eleven
Inazuma Eleven GO
Manga
Anime Episode 026 (Yellow)
Episode 046 (Blue)
Episode 038 (GO) (Keshin)

Majin The Hand (マジン・ザ・ハンド, Majin Za Hando) is a catch hissatsu technique created by Endou Mamoru's grandfather, Endou Daisuke, and it was used by Mamoru and Tachimukai Yuuki in the original series.

It became the Keshin catch hissatsu technique of Nishizono Shinsuke in Inazuma Eleven GO.

Game Description

Inazuma Eleven

  • "A crushed spirit summons up a demon invoking the legend of the Inazuma."

Users

Keshin

Inazuma Eleven GO

Inazuma Eleven GO 2: Chrono Stone

Inazuma Eleven GO Galaxy

Inazuma Eleven GO Strikers 2013

Info

Anime

Majin The Hand was first referred to as a "Phantom Technique", as no one besides Endou Daisuke was able to master it (not even his student). After much frustration with trying to decipher the cryptic and vague instructions written in Daisuke's technique manual, Mamoru manages to obtain the technique during the Football Frontier Finals match against Zeus Junior High in episode 26 after realizing that his grandfather used his left hand for Majin The Hand, after noticing the wear and tear of Daisuke's left goalkeeper's glove, while Mamoru had been trying to do it with his right.

It is explained that the technique gets its power from the heart, which is more easily gathered in the left hand (as the heart is on the left side of the body). In order to gather the energy in his right hand, Mamoru would start off the technique by twisting his body so he would face the opposite direction. During the match against Oumihara, Endou used Majin the Hand without touching his heart.

Tachimukai Yuuki later learned the technique by observing Mamoru's Majin The Hand, but unlike Mamoru's yellow Majin The Hand, Yuuki's variation is blue (the colour of Tachimukai's aura).

Movie

In the movie, Endou used his hissatsu with an aura (similar to Shin God Hand's aura) but failed against Baddap's Death Spear.

Info (GO)

In the GO anime, Shinsuke learned it against Arakumo Gakuen, in the semi finals of the Holy Road in the Episode 38. He easily stopped Taiyou's keshin shoot hissatsu, Sunshine Force with this hissatsu.

During the second half of the final match against Dragonlink, in the Episode 43, Shinsuke used it again to stop Dragonlink's Keshin shoots, though he failed two times.

It was seen again in Episode 46 on the TV, which Raimon was watching at it. 

Info (Chrono Stone)

It was used in the Episode 7 to stop Einamu's Shoot Command 06 but failed to block it.

Usage (Normal)

In the first variation, the user twists his/her body to the side making yellow energy veil appear spinning around the user. The user puts his/her hand on the place of the heart as yellow energy gather in his/her hand. The user brings his/her hand up summoning a Majin(Demon King). The user then uses his/hand to stop the shoot,while the Majin does the same.

In the second variation, the user puts his/her right arm to the side and left arm to the side as yellow energy veil gather and an orb of yellow energy gather appear spinning around the user. The orb of energy finally lands on the user's hand as he/she put his hand up as he/she summon a Majin. The user then uses his/hand to stop the shoot,while the Majin does the same.

In the game, the user simply crouches down slightly then bring his/her body back up to summon a Majin. Then the user uses his hand to stop the shoot, while the Majin does the same.

Usage (Keshin)

The user summons his/her keshin in place of the Majin. The user then uses his hand to stop the shoot as the Keshin does the same.

Gallery

Slideshow

Original

Chrono Stone

Video

Inazuma Eleven Endou's Version

Tachimukai`s Version

Inazuma Eleven (Super Once) - Mano Demoniaca Tachimukai - Majin The Hand - HD-0(00:22)
Majin The Hand Tachimukai`s version

Inazuma Eleven GO

Wii Game (Keshin)

Trivia

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