Death Drop (デスドロップ, Desu Doroppu) is a shoot hissatsu technique introduced in Inazuma Eleven GO.


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  • "A vicious overhead shot that imbues the ball with a jet-black aura!"
Inazuma Eleven GO 2: Chrono Stone


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It is first used in the GO anime in episode 17 to score the third goal of Raimon against Teikoku.

In episode 20, it was used twice to score against Kaiou and made two goals.

Tsurugi used it again, against Genei Gakuen in episode 34, and scored the first goal for Raimon.

It was used in the episode 41 and broke through Shoot Break. It scored the first goal against Seidouzan in the final.

In episode 44, it evolved to G3, and was used as the first part of a chain shoot with Tenma's Shin Mach Wind. It scored the final goal to Raimon.

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.


It is also used in the GO movie by Tsurugi Kyousuke, first against Unlimited Shining, but it was easily blocked by Hakuryuu's White Hurricane. Later, during the match against Zero, Tsurugi used it again and created a chain shoot with Shindou's Harmonics and Tenma's Majin Pegasus Arc's shoot. Hebino wasn't able to stop it with Serpent Fang, so it scored the first goal to Raimon.

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It was used in episode 4 by Yuuichi mixi maxed with the parallel world Tsurugi to break through Zanou's Keeper Command 03 and to score a goal against Protocol Omega.

It was used again in episode 13 to score a goal against Shiroshika. This time, it was shown to be in G3 form, as it was used by Tsurugi Kyousuke.

It was used again in episode 32 on Rockstar to return her back to normal. However, the hissatsu wasn't in G3 form anymore.


The user kicks the ball up and quickly does a backflip. The ball glows red, surrounded by a purple-blue aura. The ball continues the spin, and eventually blueish black lighting-shaped patterns surround the ball in a spiral. Just when the user is about to kick it, the energy around the ball condenses, but then lashes back out when kicked. The ball, surrounded in blue energy and electricity, is sent towards the goal.


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  • Technique shop in Extension City (ガドーンステーション前) on Gurdon, 1740P






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IEG3 Supernova Death Drop (デス ドロップ) Inazuma Eleven GO 3 Galaxy

IEG3 Supernova Death Drop (デス ドロップ) Inazuma Eleven GO 3 Galaxy.

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IEGS2013 - Death Drop

IEGS2013 - Death Drop


  • It is the first hissatsu in the GO anime to evolve, though it directly evolved in G3 and not in G2.
  • When it's combined with 真 Mach Wind, its aura resembled Joker Rains.
  • In the GO movie in the English dub Tsurugi calls it Death Drop instead of Doom Dive Drive.
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