Fuujin Raijin Ghost (風神(ふうじん)雷神(らいじん)ゴースト, Fuujin Raijin Gōsuto, lit. Wind God Thunder God Ghost) is a catch hissatsu technique.



Inazuma Eleven AC: Dream Battle


This technique first debuted during the match between Inazuma Japan and Shining Satans. Endou got a hint from Natsumi on stopping Time Trance. This resulted in him using Fuujin Raijin to stop the first phantom shot of Time Trance and then he summoned a third Majin Ghost, to stop the real shot of Time Trance. Endou faced Time Trance again not much later, so he again called out his Fuujin Raijin Ghost, easily stopping Time Trance.

Endou used his Fuujin Raijin Ghost again during the second half against Arab no Hinotori Gundan. As he faced Andreas Bebo's Burning Hinotori, Endou called upon his Fuujin Raijin Ghost and easily managed to stop the shot from the Saudi Arabia forward.

The technique was used again during the final match of the preliminaries against Soccer Zatsugidan. Endou used it trying to stop Tenkuu Hayabusadan twice, but failed both times, as Li Hao exploited Fuujin Raijin Ghost's weakness, by shooting it from high up, directly behind the three Majin. Because of this, Saginuma and Nishikage were substituted on, to try and evolve the technique in something new. By combining Drill Smasher and Ouke no Tate, transferring the power to Endou and his Fuujin Raijin Ghost, they managed to fuse the Majin after failing a couple of times first, creating a powerful new technique.


The user crosses his arms, getting surrounded by a dark aura and his eyes turn red. The user then breaks the cross, summoning Fuujin, Raijin and a dark Majin. The user ducks and the three Majins reach out for the shot. As the shot gets near the user, Fuujin punches it from the left, Raijin chops it from the right and the dark Majin pushes on it. The ball slows down and the user catches it.






Fuujin Raijin Ghost-Inazuma Eleven Orion no Kokuin

Fuujin Raijin Ghost-Inazuma Eleven Orion no Kokuin



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