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Naminori Piero (なみのリピエロ) is a dribble hissatsu technique.

Description

Inazuma Eleven GO

  • "Get on board the ball and ride the whirling waters past your rival!"

Users

Info

This hissatsu was first used in episode 13, during the match of Raimon against Mannouzaka.

It also used in the matches against Hakuren and Kidokawa Seishuu in episode 26 and episode 30.

At Inazuma Town's riverbed, Matsukaze Tenma, Shindou Takuto, Nishizono Shinsuke, Sorano Aoi, Yamana Akane and Seto Midori were thinking back at the opponents Raimon has faced so far during the Holy Road tournament and this hissatsu was seen in their flashback.

After Raimon won the Holy Road, the team watched a special program that was commemorated to them on TV, showcasing their hissatsu, keshin and tactics they used and the opponents and their moves they faced during the tournament.

Usage

First, the user slams their foot on the ball, and at the moment the user puts of their feet onto the ball, a whirpool emerges from it. Next, the user runs on the ball towards the target. Then, a wave of water removes the target's view of the user, and when it clears, the user "surfs" off with the ball.

Slideshow

Anime

Naminori Piero 3DS game

Naminori Piero in the GO game.

Video

Anime

Log Roll in the Dub Go Game

Log Roll (Naminori Piero) in the dub version of the GO game.

Inazuma Eleven Go - Tecnica - Naminori piero HD

Inazuma Eleven Go - Tecnica - Naminori piero HD

Inazuma Eleven Strikers 2012 Xtreme

Inazuma Eleven Strikers 2012 Xtreme HD - Naminori Piero

Inazuma Eleven Strikers 2012 Xtreme HD - Naminori Piero

Trivia

  • "Naminori" means "surfing", which refers to its usage.
    • "Piero" means "clown", which refers to how the user runs on top of the ball, much like a circus act.
  • This dribble Hissatsu shares similarities with Tamanori Piero, as both involve the user running on top of the ball, and that both of their names are very similar.
  • Its dub name "Log Roll", is a reference to the canadian sport which involves the use of logs in the water.