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Dragon Tornado (ドラゴントルネード, Doragon Torunēdo) is a combination shoot hissatsu technique.

Game description

Inazuma Eleven

  • "This move needs perfect timing to unleash the power of the dragon!"

Users

Inazuma Eleven Strikers
Inazuma Eleven Strikers 2012 Xtreme
Inazuma Eleven GO Strikers 2013

Inazuma Eleven SD

Info

IER-01-23

IER-01-23.

Dragon Tornado was created with Dragon Crash and Fire Tornado. Dragon Crash was easily stopped by Yugamu Kuukan twice since Someoka looked at Nata Juuzou's hands. Gouenji worked this out and Someoka shot Dragon Crash upwards, for Gouenji to shoot downwards. From there Megane Kakeru gave the shot its name. Dragon Tornado has scored 4 times in the first season. It scored 2 goals against Occult in episode 4, 1 against Mikage Sennou against Sugimori Takeshi's Shoot Pocket and the last time it scored a goal was when it broke through Genda Koujirou's Power Shield. In the match against Senbayama, it was stopped by Mugen no Kabe. In the match against Zeus it was stopped by Poseidon's Tsunami Wall. In the first match against Gemini Storm it was easily stopped by Reize.

Obtainment

Inazuma Eleven 2: Kyoui no Shinryakusha

Dragon Tornado's manual can be bought in Okinawa's hissatsu store for 2800 Nekketsu points.

Usage

One user uses Dragon Crash to kick the ball up, then another user uses Fire Tornado to kick it forward. The blue energy turns red and the ball is set ablaze. The dragon also turns red and follows the ball.

Slideshow

Anime

Dragon Tornado game design

Dragon Tornado as seen on the English site.

Video

Anime

Inazuma Eleven Gouenji Shuuya & Someoka Ryûgo Dragon Tornado

Inazuma Eleven Gouenji Shuuya & Someoka Ryûgo Dragon Tornado.

Game

Inazuma eleven 3 Challenge to the world - Dragon Tornado

Inazuma eleven 3 Challenge to the world - Dragon Tornado

Inazuma Eleven GO Strikers 2013

Inazuma Eleven GO Strikers 2013 - Dragon Tornado ( ドラゴントルネード )

Inazuma Eleven GO Strikers 2013 - Dragon Tornado ( ドラゴントルネード )

Trivia

  • In order to use this hissatsu in the game, your partner must be able to use Fire Tornado.
  • Interestingly, in the Spanish dub, the move is known as Tornado Dragón for grammatical reasons. As such, this results in Someoka saying "Tornado" and Gouenji saying "Dragón", rather than the other way around. This is the same case in the Arabic dub too.
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