God Knows Impact (ゴッドノウズ・インパクト, Goddo Nouzu Impakuto) is a shoot hissatsu technique.


Inazuma Eleven AC: Dream Battle

Inazuma Eleven AC: All Stars

Inazuma Eleven SD


Inazuma Eleven Ares no Tenbin

During the match between Zeus and Inakuni Raimon, Aphrodi managed to use God Knows Impact after the defense of Raimon closed him down too slow. He jumped in the air and fired the shot towards Raimon's goal. It easily broke through Norika's Uzumaki The Hand, making the score 2-0 for Zeus.

Inazuma Eleven Orion no Kokuin

Aphrodi used this technique during the match between Inazuma Japan and Navy Invader. After he initiated Heaven's Time, he walked through the field and scored the first goal for Japan, easily breaking Bigman's Gunji Eisei Phobos. Later Aphrodi used it again when he figured out the secret of Jiraigen tactic and scored the second goal for Inazuma Japan. After the Star Unicorn trio stopped the powerful GGG Senjou no Aria, Aphrodi got to the ball first and used his God Knows Impact, just overpowering Bigman's Gunji Eisei Phobos, pushing him back over the goal line. This meant the match ended 4-3 in Inazuma Japan's advantage.


The user kicks the ball into the air and jumps up after it with their arms crossed, spinning a few times in the process. The user unfolds their arms and a pair of large golden wings form with yellow lightning striking down behind the user. With the ball covered in a large yellow aura, the user jumps into it, spins around before kicking the ball. The ball slams downwards and drags into the ground, with lightning striking down in front of the ball as it travels to the goal.



English localization.


Inazuma Eleven Ares no Tenbin


บัญญัติเทวะฟาดพสุธา (God Knows Impact) Inazuma Eleven Ares Ep.15 Highlights


  • In the anime, the user uses their right foot to kick the ball, but in the games, they use their left foot.
  • Despite it being an evolved/advanced form of God Knows, it is weaker than its original counterpart in Inazuma Eleven SD.
  • In the official English subtitles made by Animax, this hissatsu is incorrectly called God Knows.

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