Tyrano (恐竜/ティラノ, lit. Tyrannosaurus Rex) is a dinosaur that appears in the Inazuma Eleven GO Chrono Stone series.


Tyrano first appeared in episode 2, being unleashed by Clark Wonderbot's through the Mixi Max Gun. He obtained his aura by travelling to prehistoric times upon a request from Fei. Wonderbot added that it nearly cost him his life trying to get Tyrano's aura, and then Mixi Maxed Fei with the dinosaur, which surprised Tenma a lot.

Although it didn't appear again physically, Fei used his Mixi Trans with Tyrano several times. However, it was shown to fail plenty of times at sometime of the adventure, as enemies were constantly becoming stronger, causing Fei to be in trouble because of him not being able to play properly for Raimon.

It reappeared in the episode 31, even though Raimon did not notice it was the same specy of dinosaur that Fei precedently Mixi Maxed with. Wonderbot accidentally fell and made the dinosaur wake up. Raimon tried to run away, but Shinsuke fell too. Tenma tried to save him. As it was going to eat them, Torb appeared along with a dinosaur he was riding and make it afraid. Later, two others Tyrano appeared during the match opposing Raimon to Perfect Cascade, revealed to be mind-controlled. As Raimon's players used hissatsus to stop them, they left the field.

During another match against Perfect Cascade, Fei used his Mixi Trans several times, but couldn't stop the adverse players due to their incredible strength and speed. As his Mixi Max was becoming useless, Death Horn arrived and was about to hit him, but Big intervened and stopped the other dinosaur. Being strong enough, Wonderbot Mixi Maxed him with Fei, making the series of mixi transes with Tyrano stop.

Aura data

Inazuma Eleven GO 2: Chrono Stone

At lvl. 30

  • GP: 115
  • TP: 48
  • Kick: 61
  • Dribbling: 36
  • Technique: 103
  • Block: 50
  • Speed: 35
  • Stamina: 82
  • Catch: 48
  • Lucky: 91


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  • Tyrano was first called Kyouryuu, but it changed as it simply meant dinosaur which was not precise enough to classify it.