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Pierre Godin (ピエール・ゴダン, Piēru Godan) is the captain and a defender for Rose Griffon.

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  • "His motto is: always play with style and grace, no matter who your rival is."

Appearance

Pierre has fair skin and is tall in height. He has long, wavy teal hair that covers his right eye, which is red in in colour.

Plot

Although he wasn't present during the match, his team played against Orpheus in episode 68. However, the outcome of the match is unspecified.

He made his first appearance in episode 85 along with his team during the opening ceremony for the Football Frontier International.

In episode 112, he and his team played against The Kingdom in the final match of the preliminaries for Group B. However, his team lost due to their opponent's overwhelming offensive power, as well as their hissatsu tactic Amazon River Wave.

In one scene of the game, he fought with Baddap Sleed and the others of Ogre. His team was then heavily beaten with a score of 36-0. With injuries all over his body, Pierre then declared to Baddap that his plays were non-human.

Game appearance

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Soccer uniform Rose Griffon player 2-2EUSLcharac2sprite Rose Griffon player 2EUSLcharac2

Character view

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Rose Griffon uniform (RG) Godin 3D (1) (RG) Godin 3D (2) (RG) Godin 3D (3) (RG) Godin 3D (4)

Recruitment

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In order to recruit Pierre, Rose Griffon has to be defeated first in Raimon Souichirou's taisen route. After recruiting him from the machine, he will be located on Umihebi Island. However, a girl is needed in the first four slots before having a match with him.

Stats

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At lvl. 99

  • GP: 116
  • TP: 127
  • Kick: 53
  • Body: 55 
  • Control: 74 
  • Guard: 55 
  • Speed: 56 
  • Stamina: 51 
  • Guts: 63
  • Freedom: 35

Hissatsu

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Game exclusive teams

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Trivia

  • He is probably named after the Uruguayan defender, Diego Godin, they both are defenders.
    • However, Diego Godin is Uruguayan while Pierre Godin is French.

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