History YMMV / InazumaEleven

22nd Apr '18 8:04:37 AM Dghcrh
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* {{Moe}}: Shinsuke, Tachimukai and Hikaru from ''GO''.

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* {{Moe}}: Shinsuke, Fubuki and Tachimukai from the original series. Shinsuke and Hikaru from ''GO''.''GO''.
* MoralEventHorizon: Fuyukai crosses it when he tries to kill the kids in a bus accident by tampering with the bus that Raimon were going to take to the regional finals [[DirtyCoward just to save his own skin]]. Indirrectly, Kageyama crosses it as well, because he's the one who manipulated Fuyukai into doing something like this. If this can be overlooked, he definitely crosses it when he directly tries to crush Raimon to death with iron bars.
22nd Apr '18 4:25:18 AM Dghcrh
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** Episode 100 when Hiroto and Kogure get lost in the woods, and are challenged to a match by a pair of Kappas, no character development happens, no new techniques are learned, and it's only mentioned in a blink and you miss it scene during a flashback.
** The Kappas, surprisingly enough, make a brief cameo in Go's movie.

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** Episode 100 when Hiroto and Kogure get lost in the woods, and are challenged to a match by a pair of Kappas, no character development happens, no new techniques are learned, and it's only mentioned in a blink and you miss it scene during a flashback.
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flashback. The Kappas, surprisingly enough, make a brief cameo in Go's movie.



* JerkassWoobie: [[spoiler:Fudou]]. And [[spoiler:Kariya]], in ''GO''. Kogure to a lesser extent. Heck, even the BigBad [['spoiler: Senguuji Daigo]] is one. His methods of controlling soccer are brutal, but you can't help but admit his childhood ''sucked''.

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* JerkassWoobie: [[spoiler:Fudou]]. JerkassWoobie:
** Fudou might be rude, arrogant and sometimes plays violently, but it's hard not to feel sorry for him after all he's been through. [[spoiler:His father had to quit his job due to being blamed for his boss' mistakes and pursued by debt collectors and eventually left Fudou alone with his mother, who told him to stay strong and not end up like his father, but unfortunately, he was convinced that becoming strong means that he has to literally get power in order to rise to the top, which is why he accepted the Aliea Meteorite and joined Shin Teikoku, only to be left behind again by Kageyama. When he joins Inazuma Japan, [[ReformedButRejected he's not accepted by the others at first]] due to his actions in season 2 and he continues to act like a jerk until he learns to work better with his teammates and finally be accepted.
And ten years later in ''GO'', he's found sleeping on a bench, implying he's still poor and homeless]].
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[[spoiler:Kariya]], in ''GO''. ''GO''.
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Kogure to a lesser extent. extent He might be a BrattyHalfPint who always pulls (admittedly funny) pranks on the others, but he didn't deserve to be left by his mother at a train station and presumably be left without a family.
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Heck, even the BigBad [['spoiler: [[spoiler: Senguuji Daigo]] is one. His methods of controlling soccer are brutal, but you can't help but admit his childhood ''sucked''.


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* MemeticBystander: Gojou Masaru is a minor character who doesn't get any line dialogue and whose name is [[AllThereInTheManual only known because of his character data]] from the video games, but he still won the character popularity contest on the official site (due to fans rigging the votes, but still). The creators noticed this and gave him an appearance in the ''GO'' movie (the only member from Teikoku sans the ones who joined Inazuma Japan to appear in ''GO'' at all) and a cameo in ''VideoGame/DanballSenki''.
20th Apr '18 5:32:42 AM blurrylightning
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** And then the first Ares episode to air has a ShowerScene with Haizaki and Kidou, seems like Level-5 embraced it.
15th Apr '18 4:10:56 AM Eliptl
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** Endou in ''GO'' getting married to [[spoiler:''either'' Natsumi or Fuyuka--cries of Hino supporting polygamy flew around]].

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** Endou in ''GO'' getting married to [[spoiler:''either'' Natsumi or Fuyuka--cries of Hino supporting polygamy canon not mattering flew around]].around, especially with making a big deal out of the reveal before. Made even worse by the [[http://great-blaster.tumblr.com/post/38796454275/that-election-for-who-is-endous-head-wife-that unfortunate "joke" parallel world]] in Chrono Stone wherein Endou marries both ''and'' Aki ''then'' they argue over who is the head wife, cheapening the girls to only "Endou's love interests".]]



* JerkassWoobie: [[spoiler:Fudou]]. And [[spoiler:Kariya]], in ''GO''. Kogure to a lesser extent. Heck, even the BigBad [[spoiler: Senguuji Daigo]] is one. His methods of controlling soccer are brutal, but you can't help but admit his childhood ''sucked''.

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* JerkassWoobie: [[spoiler:Fudou]]. And [[spoiler:Kariya]], in ''GO''. Kogure to a lesser extent. Heck, even the BigBad [[spoiler: [['spoiler: Senguuji Daigo]] is one. His methods of controlling soccer are brutal, but you can't help but admit his childhood ''sucked''.
8th Apr '18 2:09:11 PM Dghcrh
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** One case where a DubNameChange actually fits: Shuu gets given a vaguely UsefulNote/{{Mayincatec}} name, which makes sense when you learn his backstory, as [[spoiler: using ball games to determine [[HumanSacrifice Human Sacrifices]] was TruthInTelevision for those cultures]].

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** One case where a DubNameChange actually fits: Shuu gets given a vaguely UsefulNote/{{Mayincatec}} {{Mayincatec}} name, which makes sense when you learn his backstory, as [[spoiler: using ball games to determine [[HumanSacrifice Human Sacrifices]] was TruthInTelevision for those cultures]].
8th Apr '18 1:10:00 PM Dghcrh
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** [[RomanceOfTheThreeKingdoms Zhuge Liang]] turns out to actually be a girl...

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** [[RomanceOfTheThreeKingdoms [[Literature/RomanceOfTheThreeKingdoms Zhuge Liang]] turns out to actually be a girl...



** One case where a DubNameChange actually fits: Shuu gets given a vaguely {{Mayincatec}} name, which makes sense when you learn his backstory, as [[spoiler: using ball games to determine [[HumanSacrifice Human Sacrifices]] was TruthInTelevision for those cultures]].

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** One case where a DubNameChange actually fits: Shuu gets given a vaguely {{Mayincatec}} UsefulNote/{{Mayincatec}} name, which makes sense when you learn his backstory, as [[spoiler: using ball games to determine [[HumanSacrifice Human Sacrifices]] was TruthInTelevision for those cultures]].
12th Mar '18 7:45:52 PM qwertyuiop[qweee
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** The Occult team in the first game. They show up really early, their an obnoxious difficulty spike in a generally easy game, they automatically score a goal and end the first half, to score against them in the second half you need to dance around a bunch of event flags (which is also disruptive to the game's atmosphere), oh and drawing against them is an automatic loss and gameover(!). Their a lot easier if you realize you should fire up and score a quick goal in the first half, but then they seem to demand a sudden knowledge of mechanics and flags very early in the game.

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** The Occult team in the first game. They show up really early, their they're an obnoxious difficulty spike in a generally easy game, they automatically score a goal and end the first half, to score against them in the second half you need to dance around a bunch of event flags (which is also disruptive to the game's atmosphere), oh and drawing against them is an automatic loss and gameover(!). Their They're a lot easier if you realize you should fire up and score a quick goal in the first half, but then they seem to demand a sudden knowledge of mechanics and flags very early in the game.
12th Mar '18 7:34:24 PM qwertyuiop[qweee
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** Coach Hitomiko. [[RescuedFromTheScrappyHeap She was redeemed to some]] after TheReveal [[spoiler:that she's been trying to stop her father's dastardly plot]], but naturally that doesn't account for everyone

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** Coach Hitomiko. [[RescuedFromTheScrappyHeap She was redeemed to some]] after TheReveal [[spoiler:that she's been trying to stop her father's dastardly plot]], but naturally that doesn't account for everyoneeveryone.
22nd Feb '18 12:21:41 PM Pyxis
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* {{Fanon}}: It is near universally agreed-upon by fans that Kariya is the adopted child of Hiroto and Midorikawa.[[note]]Hiroto and Midorikawa's few appearances in GO have them always by each other's side, and the title "personal secretary" does sound a certain way, leaving fans to conclude that they're HappilyMarried. Then there's the fact that Kariya is stated to have come to Sun Garden as part of his FreudianExcuse but it's never mentioned what happened to him after that, and that [[https://i.ebayimg.com/images/a/(KGrHqZHJCQFDFCq1vvWBQ0e5DRvKQ~~/s-l1600.jpg official]] [[https://i.ebayimg.com/images/g/PqgAAOxyUrZS2a0Y/s-l1600.jpg art]] suggests that he and Hiroto have some kind of affectionate mentor-student type relationship that is never really specified on. There's also an equally ambiguous scene cutscene in Shine where Hiroto and Midorikawa both scold Kariya for his lack of cooperation with his teammates (and Midorikawa implies Kariya is no longer at Sun Garden). And ''then'' there's the fact that in the Chrono Stone game, their best Mixi Max matches are with each other. [[OccamsRazor What other conclusion is there to draw?]][[/note]]

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* {{Fanon}}: It is near universally agreed-upon by fans that Kariya is the adopted child of Hiroto and Midorikawa.[[note]]Hiroto and Midorikawa's few appearances in GO have them always by each other's side, and the title "personal secretary" does sound a certain way, leaving fans to conclude that they're HappilyMarried. Then there's the fact that Kariya is stated to have come to Sun Garden as part of his FreudianExcuse but it's never mentioned what happened to him after that, and that [[https://i.ebayimg.com/images/a/(KGrHqZHJCQFDFCq1vvWBQ0e5DRvKQ~~/s-l1600.jpg official]] [[https://i.ebayimg.com/images/g/PqgAAOxyUrZS2a0Y/s-l1600.jpg art]] suggests that he and Hiroto have some kind of affectionate mentor-student type relationship that is never really specified on. There's also an equally ambiguous scene cutscene in Shine where Hiroto and Midorikawa both scold Kariya for his lack of cooperation with his teammates (and Midorikawa implies Kariya is no longer at Sun Garden). And ''then'' there's the fact that in the Chrono Stone game, their best Mixi Max matches are with each other. [[OccamsRazor What other conclusion is there to draw?]][[/note]]
22nd Feb '18 11:57:23 AM Pyxis
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* {{Fanon}}: It is near universally agreed-upon by fans that Kariya is the adopted child of Hiroto and Midorikawa.[[note]]Hiroto and Midorikawa's few appearances in GO have them always by each other's side, and the title "personal secretary" does sound a certain way, leaving fans to conclude that they're HappilyMarried. Then there's the fact that Kariya is stated to have come to Sun Garden as part of his FreudianExcuse but it's never mentioned what happened to him after that, and that [[https://i.ebayimg.com/images/a/(KGrHqZHJCQFDFCq1vvWBQ0e5DRvKQ~~/s-l1600.jpg official]] [[https://i.ebayimg.com/images/g/PqgAAOxyUrZS2a0Y/s-l1600.jpg art]] suggests that he and Hiroto have some kind of affectionate mentor-student type relationship that is never really specified on. There's also an equally ambiguous scene cutscene in Shine where Hiroto and Midorikawa both scold Kariya for his lack of cooperation with his teammates (and Midorikawa implies Kariya is no longer at Sun Garden). And ''then'' there's the fact that in the Chrono Stone game, their best Mixi Max matches are with each other. [[OccamsRazor What other conclusion is there to draw?]][[/note]]
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