History VideoGame / InazumaEleven

21st May '18 10:06:39 AM Dghcrh
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* ObfuscatingDisability: Implied to be the case with Akane, as seen in episode 7 of ''Ares''. Haizaki is trying to help her recover from her unresponsive state, but she actually responds to Nosaka when Haizaki isn't there.
19th May '18 2:21:19 PM Dghcrh
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* DemotedToDragon: [[spoiler:Kageyama]] when [[spoiler:Garshield]] got introduced.

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* DemotedToDragon: [[spoiler:Kageyama]] is the BigBad in the first game, but he's demoted to this when [[spoiler:Garshield]] got introduced.introduced in the third game and is revealed to have worked for him all along.
2nd May '18 1:26:00 PM Dghcrh
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* AccidentalMisnaming: Goujin always gets Fire Tornado's name wrong, calling it Fire Lemonade. Even when tells him the correct name.

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* AccidentalMisnaming: Goujin always gets Fire Tornado's name wrong, calling it Fire Lemonade. Even when Hiyori tells him the correct name.



* Shower Scene: In the first episode of Ares, Haizaki and Kidou talks about Raimon as the shower.

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* Shower Scene: ShowerScene: In the first episode of Ares, Haizaki and Kidou talks talk about Raimon as the they take a shower.



* SpoilerTitle: The fact that the last GO trilogy is called Inazuma Eleven GO: '''''Galaxy''''' should've clued you that aliens are involved.

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** The episode where Inazuma Japan lose their only match (against The Empire) is called "Absolute Despair! Inazuma Japan loses?!".
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The fact that the last GO trilogy is called Inazuma Eleven GO: '''''Galaxy''''' should've clued you that aliens are involved.
2nd May '18 1:18:42 PM Dghcrh
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* AccidentalMisnaming: Goujin always gets Fire Tornado's name wrong, calling it Fire Lemonade. Even when tells him the correct name.
30th Apr '18 12:18:34 PM Dghcrh
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%%** Nice from Big Waves.
21st Apr '18 6:36:52 PM themerryman
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* ArtisticLicenseSports: Pretty obviously. Most of the moves performed in the series either defy human limits, go against the laws of physics, or seem to be flat out magical. This is upped with ''GO'', which introduces keshin, physical beings which players summon during matches, and then even further upped in ''Chrono Stone, and ''Galaxy'', which introduce the concepts of mixi-maxing auras and transforming into giant animals called "Souls", respectively. The rules of soccer are very rarely in enforced properly, especially fouls. This makes the [[SubvertedTrope moments where they do follow the strict regulations of soccer]] stand out quite a bit. Red cards ''do'' come up a number of times, as do off-sides, disallowed goals, and players being punished by the officials for hurting people, but it's ''no where near'' as often as it should be.

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* ArtisticLicenseSports: Pretty obviously. Most of the moves performed in the series either defy human limits, go against the laws of physics, or seem to be flat out magical. This is upped with ''GO'', which introduces keshin, physical beings which players summon during matches, and then even further upped in ''Chrono Stone, Stone'', and ''Galaxy'', which introduce the concepts of mixi-maxing auras and transforming into giant animals called "Souls", respectively. The rules of soccer are very rarely in enforced properly, especially fouls. This makes the [[SubvertedTrope moments where they do follow the strict regulations of soccer]] stand out quite a bit. Red cards ''do'' come up a number of times, as do off-sides, disallowed goals, and players being punished by the officials for hurting people, but it's ''no where near'' as often as it should be.



* Reality Ensues: of the plot points in ''Chrono Stone'' is that a really violent soccer match was suspended half-way through by the officials after it becomes clear that one team is playing just for the sake of hurting the members of the other.

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* Reality Ensues: RealityEnsues: of the plot points in ''Chrono Stone'' is that a really violent soccer match was suspended half-way through by the officials after it becomes clear that one team is playing just for the sake of hurting the members of the other.
21st Apr '18 6:35:34 PM themerryman
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* ArtisticLicenseSports: Pretty obviously. Most of the moves performed in the series either defy human limits, go against the laws of physics, or seem to be flat out magical. This is upped with ''GO'', which introduces keshin, physical beings which players summon during matches, and then even further upped in ''Chrono Stone, and ''Galaxy'', which introduce the concepts of mixi-maxing auras and transforming into giant animals called "Souls", respectively. The rules of soccer are very rarely in enforced properly, especially fouls. This makes the [[SubvertedTrope moments where they do follow the strict regulations of soccer]] stand out quite a bit. Red cards ''do'' come up a number of times, as do off-sides, disallowed goals, and players being punished by the officials for hurting people, but it's ''no where near'' as often as it should be.
** Mixed-gender soccer teams were permitted by the Football Frontier Association in ''Galaxy'', and in ''Ares no Tenbin'', something which is something that is currently strictly not allowed in real life soccer (or most physical sports), both youth and pro.[[note]]This is the case due to a whole multitude of reasons, ranging from the need to make matches balanced with regards to sex-specific averages, to problems with it requiring females & males to share locker-rooms, and the very high possibility of accidental (or intentional) inappropriate contact between sexes during matches. In general, mixed-sex teams are very widely considered a very bad idea in real life.]]


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* Reality Ensues: of the plot points in ''Chrono Stone'' is that a really violent soccer match was suspended half-way through by the officials after it becomes clear that one team is playing just for the sake of hurting the members of the other.
20th Apr '18 5:36:46 AM blurrylightning
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* Shower Scene: In the first episode of Ares, Haizaki and Kidou talks about Raimon as the shower.
14th Apr '18 9:40:56 AM Dghcrh
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* BackToBackBadasses: The initial pose of The Birth invokes this trope.

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* BackToBackBadasses: [[https://vignette.wikia.nocookie.net/inazuma-eleven/images/2/22/The_Birth_IE_115_HQ_3.PNG/revision/latest/zoom-crop/width/195/height/195?cb=20130331133314 The initial pose pose]] of The Birth invokes this trope.



* BareYourMidriff: Rika wears her soccer uniforms like this, tiying the edge of her t-shirts into a knot.



* BigEater: Osaka's okonimayaki shop's practice point turns anyone into this.
%%* Kabeyama and Endou.

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* BigEater: BigEater:
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Osaka's okonimayaki shop's practice point turns anyone into this.
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this and in the anime, they fight over the food they prepared.
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Kabeyama is almost always seen eating and Endou.enjoying it and can eat a lot at once, if being able to have ten plates of noodles is any indication. Justified, due to being a big guy with a big belly.
** Endou eats more compared to the rest of his teammates, though still less than Kabeyama.
* BigGuyLittleGuy: Best friends Iwato and Hattori from ''Ares''. The former is the biggest guy in Inakuni Raimon and the latter is the smallest.



* {{Bishonen}}: All the boys with long shiny hair, visible eyelashes and mostly androgynous features, such as Kazemaru, Aphrodi, Sakuma, Kirino etc. qualify for this.



* BreakTheHaughty: Fudou becoming a benchwarmer.
%%* BruiserWithASoftCenter: Someoka.

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* BreakTheHaughty: Fudou becoming Downplayed with Fudou. He hates being a benchwarmer.
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benchwarmer and much to his displeasure, he was benched during the Asian preliminaries until the match against Fire Dragon in the preliminary finals, but it could've been much worse.
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BruiserWithASoftCenter: Someoka.Someoka is the hot-headed, hard-hitter forward for Raimon, but he's a nice guy for the most part and eventually warms up to the other ace strikers like Gouenji and Fubuki.
* ButtMonkey: Megane in a nutshell. Among other things, he's one of [[ThePrankster Kogure's]] favourite victims, who scribbles in his magazines, always puts chilli sauce in his food and even when Megane tries to switch his plate off, he still gets pranked because Kogure put chilli sauce in that plate, too. He often doesn't get respect from his teammates, especially when [[SmallNameBigEgo he tries to brag about things they know he isn't good at or don't find impressing]] and in the third season, he often gets his MrExposition job stolen or somebody else names a hissatsu before him.
12th Apr '18 4:16:15 AM Dghcrh
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