Inazuma Eleven (EU) Walkthrough/FAQ by CarlMagnum
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                 My Guide to Inazuma Eleven (European Version)

                               Table of Contents                          (TOC)
1. Introuction........................................................... (INT)
2. Version History....................................................... (VER)
3. Author's Note & Copyright Disclaimer.................................. (AUT)
4. An Inazuma Welcome to the Game........................................ (WEL)
5. The Controls.......................................................... (CON)
6. The HUD............................................................... (HUD)

7. The Gameplay.......................................................... (GPL)
I.    RPG Part........................................................... (RPP)
II.   Soccer Part........................................................ (SOP)

8. The Beginning......................................................... (BEG)
I.    Prologue........................................................... (PRO)
II.   Chapter 1- Royal Academy Is Here!.................................. (CH1)
III.  Chapter 2- The Dream Begins!....................................... (CH2)
IV.   Chapter 3- Intrigue At Raimon...................................... (CH3)
V.    Chapter 4- Uncover The Secret Facility............................. (CH4)
VI.   Chapter 5- Beware The Maid Cafe?!.................................. (CH5)
VII.  Chapter 6- Toe-to-Toe With Royal Academy........................... (CH6)
VIII. Chapter 7- The Return Of The Legends............................... (CH7)
IX.   Chapter 8- Break The Infinite Wall................................. (CH8)
X.    Chapter 9- No Man Is An Island..................................... (CH9)
XI.   Chapter 10- The Last Battle Awaits................................. (CH0)

9. Aftermath and Bonuses................................................. (AFT)

10. Other Ways of Soccer................................................. (OTH)
I.   Recruiting System (Celia)........................................... (CEL)
II.  Recruiting System (Nelly)........................................... (NEL)
III. Rematches (Silvia).................................................. (SIL)
IV.  New Matches (Sonny)................................................. (SON)
V.   The Flash Training Facility......................................... (FTF)

11. The Lists............................................................ (LST)
12. Frequently Asked Questions........................................... (FAQ)
13. Final Whistle!....................................................... (FIN)

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Hiya folks, and welcome to my guide on the soccer RPG game, named Inazuma Ele-
ven. The game is published by, well Nintendo and developed by Level-5. This
guide is my third one, nearly after three years of long gap. This guide will
cover the game's story and the other parts of it. Please note that this guide
is for the European version of the game, and thus, is different from the 
Japanese version of the game. So Japanese folks, please check the Japanese 
version guide, which you may find on the same page as of this one. I hope you
may find this guide a tad interesting and helpful, and if not, at least not the
misguide. So, let's kick off, shall we?

Oh, I almost forgot, I'm gonna use the word SOCCER throughout the guide, so
don't think I'm talking about any other game while reading through the guide.

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Version 0.5, Dated 6 August 2012: Completed the guide.
Version 0.5, Dated 7 August 2012: Submitted the guide to GameFAQs, Neoseeker
and Super Cheats.

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This game revolves around a young and enthusiastic boy named Mark Evans, who is
the grandson of David Evans, a legendary goalkeeper who died under suspicious
circumstances. Mark studies at Raimon Junior High and aspires to make his
school's soccer club the best of the Japan (yes, this game takes place in
Japan, so live with it). The only hindrance is that his club members are not
even up to the required eleven, and the current members of the club are not
very interested in playing soccer. Despite all of these hardships, Mark's still
optimistic and believes that their team has what it takes to become the best of
the best. But the road to become the best is not easy. An evil lurks in the
dark, which has a history of well over 40 years.

This game is a soccer RPG, i.e., it has both the element of soccer (you have to
play matches) and RPG (roam around, collect best stuff and so on...). Both
parts will be dealt separately.

The soccer part- This also has two parts- match and battle. A battle is a four-
man mini-match which you may play while roaming around the town and school.
This kind of matches are good for training weak players of your team and may
also be quite frustrating while "chest-hunting".

The RPG part- The usual RPG thing. You roam around, buy edibles and items from
shops, make the team strong enough to face tough opponents, interact with
people etc. If you have ever played any RPG title, this should be a cake-walk.
If not, then also it's quite simple and can be mastered quickly.

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Here are the controls-
For RPG
Directional keys- Move your character, selections etc. (duh)
Stylus- Move the character, select options, interact with people, chests.
A button- Interact with objects/people
B button- Hold to run/walk (setting dependent), cancel any command or go back
in menu
X button- Opens the main menu
Y button- Not used
L button- Rotate camera
R button- Same as above
Start- Go back to title screen
Select- Not used

For soccer matches/battles
Directional keys- Move the camera to different locations. Handy for checking
enemy player positions
Stylus- Control players in the match, take shot, select moves
A, B, X, Y buttons- Move camera
L/R buttons- Hold down to get "Fired up".
Start- Go back to title screen
Select- Not used

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Note that in order to conserve space, I have made both the screens side by
side.

           The Upper Screen                     The Touch Screen
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[1]- The name of the area in which you are present.
[2]- The task you have to perform in order to proceed further in the game.
[3]- The Options icon, represented by a bag. Accessible via stylus touch or
X button.

The upper screen shows the map of the area in which you are. The blue dots
represents the people, the purple arrow the area where you have to go to comp-
lete the given task and the red triangle represents the position of your play-
er. The map of the area is drawn pretty much accurate. This means you will be
able to locate anything from the map, for instance stairs, rooms, lockers etc.
The place where your next objective lie is marked with a flag icon, which is
visible only when you enter that area which has the objective.

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Being a soccer RPG, you are bound to play soccer matches. Your goal (actually
Mark's goal, got it, goal? goal? Meh, I give up) is to become the National
Soccer champions. No easy feat it is though, you have to defeat 9 strong teams
to do so. You have about 1000 players, tons of cool, and sometimes awkward
moves, and your friend's support (and no, I'm not talking 'bout Wi-Fi) at your
disposal to fulfil your dream.

The gameplay is divided, as stated at the start in two parts, in one, a RPG and
two, soccer playing. Here's a bit more detailed rundown on both of the forms of
the gameplay of this game.

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This is the part which you will be doing in most of the part of the story. In
this mode, you have four players, out of which three can be set according to
your wish (Mark is always there, no matter what), with whom you can roam around
the Inazuma town. On your way you will find lots of people hanging about. You
can talk to them, some of them give useful information, some say something
funny and many just are simply useless. Nevertheless, you should have a chatter
with everyone possible, it's fun and the game was supposed to be that way. You
will also find some blue chests every here and there. These contains several
useful items which have a variety of uses, from filling a little bit of TP to
giving complete freedom from those annoying soccer battles.

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Recruiting
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Kinda like the feature from the Pokémon franchise, you can 'collect' aka
recruit a player in your team. This can be done by three methods: first, you
can find some players standing around which can be simply recruited by talking
to them. These players are listed in the appropriate parts of the guide where
they make their first appearance. Second, by using Celia's Scouting method and
third by using Nelly's Recruiting method. Interesting, isn't it? But the catch
is that unlike Pokémon, you can only have a maximum of 100 people in your team,
including the reserves. This means you've to make a player leave the team if
you're on the limit of 100 and want to recruit another player.

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Shops
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Another useful thing in the Inazuma town is the shops. They are two types of
them- Sports Shop and Convenient Store. The first sells soccer kits, which are
used to power up certain abilities of the players who wear them or to just look
cool. These kits are dealt in a different section called Apparel and Items.

The second sells edibles which are used to refill the TP and FP of the team
member. This is also dealt in the section Apparel And Items.

You can also sell anything from your inventory for some Prestige Points. Good
feature if you're in a dire need of some Prestige Points.

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Apparel And Items
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In this game after a certain point, you are able to buy new uniforms and kits
for your team from various shops scattered around the Inazuma Town. The
uniforms you purchase can be worn through the Info->Team Strip option. These
uniforms are just to customize the look of your team. But the other apparels
are useful. They include bracelets, boots and gloves (for keeper only). These
three items have varied effect on the players. For example, a bracelet raises
power of the player and another bracelet increases the guts of the player. You
can equip these items from Item->Equipments option. These items prove vital
against strong foes and can level the match which you otherwise are losing.

Another purchasable available in the game is the edibles. They refill TP and FP
of the selected player. Their effects vary from one item to another.

The last kind of purchasable available in this game is the special move
manuals. These manuals can be used to teach a player a move. There are four
colours which indicate the type of move: red for striking move, blue for
dribbling move, yellow (I do think it's more like orange, but oh well) for
goalkeeping and green for defending. You may also notice that each move has its
own element. If taught to the person who has the element same as the move, the
move's strength increases. Also, a manual with a grey background is a rare
move, which can be only obtained (as far as I've seen anyways) by winning
matches from Sonny's route, where they are dropped randomly. These moves also
vary in strength, which can be seen by the number of lightning bolts on the
move. One lightning bolt means low power move, two means medium power and three
means high power move.

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Prestige Points and Friendship Points
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Prestige Points are the currency of this game, which can be earned by winning
matches and battles and selling something from your inventory in the shop.
These points have a varied use: first, you can use them for recharging your
team up through Rejuvenation Points. Second, you can buy items from the shops
through Prestige Points and third, you can use them for special training at the
Special Training Spot.

Friendship Points, unlike Prestige Points are targeted on a specific task; to
recruit the players through scouting. Each player requires a specific amount of
Friendship Points before you can recruit him to the team. Friendship Points,
just like Prestige Points are collected through winning matches and battles.
Beware though, you lose both of these points if you lose a match or battle.

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Story
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Well, the story is an integral part of any RPG, so might as well give it a slot
here. If you're aiming for the completion of the story, it will means you have
to talk to people and do some stuff, as instructed by the game's objective
screen. These stuff varies from being a simple trip from A to B to taking on a
long journey from A to B. Hey wait, did I repeated myself? Whoops, sorry. But,
by speaking (?) in this fashion, I mean to say that the story is a bit linear,
so you won't be worrying about too many complex situations.

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Now here comes the juicy part. This is the part where you have to play a game
of soccer with an opponent (duh) team. The soccer playing in this game is
further divided into two parts- Match and Battle.

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Match
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The matches you play in this game are vital for completing the game, as each
match edges you closer to the title of the National Champs, which is the main
theme and objective of this game.

The match consists of two halves, 1st and 2nd, each being of approximately 30
minutes game time (5 minutes in real world). Your aim is to score goals in
amount greater than the goals scored by the opponents. While playing you have
to perform four types of work, namely goalkeeping (not letting your opponent
get a goal on you), defending (not letting the opponent near the goal),
dribbling (taking the ball towards the opponent's goal) and striking (scoring
the goal, the most fun and challenging part IMO). If you're playing this game,
then perhaps it means you know all this stuff already. Each of'em is dealt in a
separate section below.

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Goalkeeping
Categorized as defence, goalkeeping in real world is perhaps the hardest part
of soccer. Your goal is to defend your goal from the incoming opponent's shots.
In this game this feat is achieved by two methods, one by using normal moves
and other by using Special Moves. Normal moves means either Catch (left) or
Punch (right). Using the option on the left i.e. catching the ball means you
maintain your possession of the ball, but this is also a bit risky, since
catching has a higher chance of failure (not that much though). On the other
hand, using the option on the right i.e., punching the ball means you have a
better chance of saving the goal, but you lose the possession of ball and the
ball may be stolen by another opponent player, who may just take a rebound
shot, making things difficult. The bottom line is that the moves on the left
are safer but with lower chance of success and the moves on the right are
riskier but surer to succeed and it is up to you to decide with which you go.
Also, these normal moves do not work against the Special Moves.

That being said, where there is a will, there is a way and thus, there is a way
to stop opponent's Special Moves. Yup, you got me, using your own Special Moves
to counter the opponent's shot. Their success rate depends on the current level
of the performer of the move. This means that if the goalkeeper is at an higher
level then your move has a higher chance of succeeding. Although more factors
are involved in it, which are discussed in Special Moves and Elements section,
which are a bit further down in the guide.

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Defending
As stated above, defending means to stop the opponent player from getting the
ball to the goal. This, in this game is done again by two methods, first,
normal moves and second, Special Moves. Normal moves are of two types, Tackle
(left) and Sliding Tackle (right). As above, the move on the left is more
accurate but is less likely to net you the ball and the move on the right is
less accurate but has a higher probability of netting the ball to you (although
the ball may just slide off away from you). Also, using sliding tackle means
a higher probability of getting foul, which means the ball is given to the
opponents. Also, the normal moves do not work against special moves.

There are, as usual, Special Moves at your disposal for defending as well. Your
special moves can be countered by the opponent’s special dribble move, and the
guy with the better move, level or element wins it all, I mean wins the duel.

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Dribbling
Dribbling means to get the ball towards the enemy goal to score a goal. These
are also of two types, normal and special moves. Normal consists of two moves,
Dodge/Feint (left) and Charge(right). As always, the move on the left has a
higher probability of keeping the ball but lower success rate and the move on
the right has a lower probability of keeping the ball to you but a higher
chance of success. These normal moves also are unable to counter against a
special move.

Dribbling special moves are only counter able by opponent's defence special
moves and again, the guy with the better move, level or element emerges
victorious.

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Striking
Striking or shooting is the part which gives a decisive stamp on the result of
the match. Your goal is to get the ball inside the net in order to score. Simp-
le eh? Nope, it isn't. In Inazuma Eleven, you can score by two methods as
always, either by normal moves or by special moves. Normal moves consists of,
no, not two, but four parts, two for normal conditions and two for a bit
different circumstances. The normal moves contain Shoot (left) and Chip Shot
(right). The move on the left is more accurate, but has a lower success rate,
i.e. it can be easily stopped by the goalkeeper. On the other hand, the move
on the right is less accurate (disastrously inaccurate if not done right) but
with miraculously high success rate.

If you pass the ball to a player and at the same time you use the stylus for
taking the shot, that is, to aim the shot, you will perform a direct shot as
soon as the player makes contact with the ball. These shots are more powerful
normal shots and they have higher success rates. There are two kinds of direct
shots, Volley (left) and Header(right). Both of them are quite accurate
(although the right one is comparatively less accurate) and are very powerful.
Nine out of ten times they score a goal on the opponents with weak and near
your own level, but is not perfectly workable against strong opponents.

And now (triumph), here comes the special moves for striking! They are also
element and level dependent, aside from being ranked on their own power, to
be effective.

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Battles
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These are the soccer matches played while you roam around. Technically it's RPG
part, but well...

Here you have the four players (out of three which you can configure) which
will play against four players of an opponent team. These battles are of four
kinds-

1. The simple score-a-goal to win- As the title suggests, all you have to do is
to score a goal at the opponent to win. If your team's level is high enough,
you can simply use direct shots to win, otherwise use the special moves or chip
shot to score.

2. The two-goal difference win- Quite same as the above, but here you have to
score two goals instead of one to win. A bit of a catch is that you have to be
two goals ahead of your opponent to actually win. This means if somehow the
opponent scores one goal on you, then you have to score three goals to win. Use
the same tactics as above to win.

3. The defend-the-ball win- Here you have to keep the ball under your
possession until the time runs out. You lose if any of the opponent's player
gets possession of the ball. Also, for this kind of battle, your goalie (and
the other one as a matter of fact) is free, so you have one more man. Use him
as well and keep passing the ball every now and then.

4. The take-the-ball win- This is also quite simple (although not too much).
You just have to gain possession of the ball from the opponent player. Just
look out for their incoming passes and try to send one player on each of the
opponent. Also, use Time Out as much as you can, it helps a lot.

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 |Special Moves|
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After completing Chapter 1, you unlock the ability to use some really cool
looking moves (Special Moves in European version, Hissatu in Japanese, and yes,
I'm showing off) for every type of work you do, and it's an essential part of
the game. It's done by clicking on the lightning icon in the middle of the menu
(which pops out when you are in a duel) and selecting the move which you
desire. The move you choose determine whether you succeed or not. This success
rate is greatly determined by the element of the player and the move, which is
explained a little further down.

Each player has four special moves which he learns while playing through the
story or by levelling up. In addition to this, each of them has two additional
slots which can be filled in with the moves of your choice. This means you can
teach a move to a player who does not have a move of that genre. For instance,
a player who is deficient of a defence move can learn a defence move, which
greatly increases its efficiency. Prefer a move which matches the player's
element for best results.

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 |TP and FP|
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TP and FP are the two health bar equivalents of the game. TP means Technique
Points and is used in a battle for the usage of special moves. If it gets low,
you won't be able to use special moves.

FP stands for Fitness Points and is the measure of the player's fitness. If it
is low, then the player will move slowly, miss the passes a lot, get pinned
down easily etc. In short, you have to be fit every time so that you can do
best in a match. You can refill your team's TP and FP either by using edibles
(the VERY long and costly way) or by Rejuvenation Points (which cost a little
Prestige Points).

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 |Elements|
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Element refers to the kind of player. In this game, there are four kinds- Fire,
Wood, Air, Earth. The elements are a key factor which determines the success of
a player or a move, as each element is stronger against one element and weaker
against other. For instance, fire beats wood, wood beats air, air beats earth
and earth beats fire. This means a fire type player (like Axel) has a better
chance of succeeding against a wood type player (like Kevin) but he has a lower
chance of succeeding against an earth type player (like Mark). The left out
element (if continuing the previous example, wind type) has no effect on that
particular element (fire type from the previous example). In that case, the win
is decided by the form.

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 |Form|
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The form is just a numerical value, the greater the form, the greater the
chances of winning a duel. This, when combined with elements give good results,
as a player with form lower than the opponent can win if his element is higher
and a player with a lower type element can win the duel if he has a consider-
ably high form.

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 |Stats|
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Each player has 7 stats which represents his strength and weaknesses. A low
stat means that the selected player is weaker in that section and work is
needed to improve that player in that area. Although if a specific stat is
raised too much, other stats of the player starts to drop, so be cautious while
training a player. The stats and their descriptions are as follows-

Kick    Determines the power of kick of the player. Higher the kick, higher the
        chances of scoring goal.
Body    Not really sure about it.
Control Determines the control of the player on the ball. The higher it is,
        the higher the chances are of keeping the ball under possession after a
        successful duel.
Guard   Determines the defensive skill of a player. The higher it is, the
        higher the chances of defending the ball from an opponent.
Speed   Determines the speed of a player. The higher it is, the easier it is to
        reach the opponent and perhaps (not sure of it), to win the duels.
Stamina Determines the player's capability to last in matches. The higher it
        is, the longer the player lasts in a match without tiring out.
Guts    Determines the player's will to take on an opponent. The higher it is,
        the more likely the player will face the opponent, otherwise he will
        just cower away.

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 |Formations|
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Formations are the arrangements of the team on the field. There are a total of
16 formations for the matches and 10 formations for battle. Every formation has
its ups and downs and it's up to you which formation you use. Below is a list
of the formations and its basic rundown.

                                Match Formations
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1. F-Basic            |Basic formation, balanced in offence and defence
2. F-Death Zone       |More or less like F-Basic, but with more defenders, most
                      |of the opponents use this formation
3. F-Ghost Dance      |Uses the midfield more, good for both attack and defence
4. F-Wild Park        |Basic formation, 3-man defence and offence
5. F-442 Grid         |Defence based formation, systematic movements
6. F-Super Star 5     |Offensive formation, poor in defence
7. F-Crane Wing       |Defensive formation, perfect for not letting anyone near
                      |the goal
8. F-Infinite Wall    |Defensive formation, quite a bit like F-Ghost Dance
9. F-Free March       |Offensive formation with 3 strikers
10. F-Heaven's Gate   |Offensive formation, individual based
11. F-Phalanx         |Defensive formation, midfield concentration
12. F-Butterfly       |Offensive formation, good for early attacks on opponents
                      |who does not have players on the side
13. F-Dot Prison      |A 3-4-3 formation, man to man marking type. Best if
                      |mastered
14. F-Bow & Arrow     |Offensive formation, focuses on the middle
15. F-Midfield Block  |Defensive formation, focuses on the midfield
16. F-Phoenix         |Balanced formation
 
                               Battle Formations
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1. B-Basic         |Basic formation, for beginners
2. B-Flat Back     |Defensive formation, for pure defence
3. B-Attack        |Offensive formation, good if the opponent is centred in the
                   |centre (my personal fav)
4. B-Breakthrough  |Offensive formation, for pure offense
5. B-Pressure      |Balanced formation, again good against the opponents who
                   |are in the centre
6. B-Slash         |For those who prefer to play from the left (like me)
7. B-Right Wing    |The opposite of the above, for those who prefer to play
                   |from the right
8. B-Train         |For those who tear through the centre
9. B-Triangle      |Offensive formation, sort of an inverse of B-Attack
10. B-Lance        |Defensive formation, one striker

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 |Time Out|
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During a match or a battle, a small red hand appears on the upper right corner
of the touch screen. This is the Time Out button. Press it to pause the match
so that you can plan your next move. It's very useful for setting up players
for further actions, like positioning players for attacks beforehand. Once used
it takes about 10 seconds to be enabled.

|==========|
 |Fired Up|
|==========|
In the middle of chapter 2, you'll unlock the ability to get 'fired up' in a
match. It does three things:
1. Reduces the cost of TP used to 3/4
2. Makes the moves stronger
3. Raises the chance to win the match

It is a good thing to use in a match. But be sure to use it on a right time, as
it can only be used once per match and it lasts for about 1/4th of the total
match. I'd say you use it when the 2nd half is halfway done.

|===============|
 |Tips & Tricks|
|===============|
1. Always stay a step ahead of your enemies. Watch the anime people. Whoops,
sorry. Before playing a match against any team, save and then play the match.
This way, you can get a brief idea of their play style. Also you can also know
their team's level, by clicking on the info button on the screen where the
rival team's formation is shown. So, if your team gets defeated, you can have a
better idea to exact revenge by knowing their power and going beyond them. In
simple words, train beyond their level.

2. Use your equipment wisely and in right places. It's a RPG, and you get
special clothing to raise specific powers, like kicking power, ball control
power, stamina, defence power, speed etc. So, if you want to raise your
attacker's power, equip them with boots with good kick power. Same goes for the
defenders, equip them with anything which raises their defence power. For
midfielders, equip good shot holders with kick power boots and good defenders
with speed boots.

3. Try to get all the chests that you encounter in any area. Some contain very
handy items which can be lifesaving.

4. Try to recruit players as early as possible. If you're planning to fully
complete the game, then you'll be raising your roster to around 44 players at
total.

5. Apart from some storyline events, the enemy players also use TP for their
special moves. Use this to your advantage and drain the strong players
(especially the striker and goalkeeper) of their TP. This will make things
a whole lot easier.

6. During the match, sometimes you have the option to go to Menu to do stuff.
Use this opportunity to substitute low TP players with new players to keep
your team fit.

There are many more things in this game, which will be discussed when they
become available in the game, so that the spoilers may be avoided.

 ___                                                                       ___
|   /=====================================================================\   |
|  /__                           The Beginning                           __\  |
|    /                                                                   \    |
|/| /                                                                (BEG)\ |\|
  |/=======================================================================\|
  \/                                                                       \/
So here we are, at the start of the game. Here is the walkthrough format which
I am gonna follow-

Task- Anything which you have to do to proceed further.
No. Of Chests- Chests available in the area.
Walkthrough- The actual description and aide for you.

I have used the directions with respect to the directions of the DS. This means
when I say right, it is the right of your DS.

Alright, here's the first one.

 ___                                                                       ___
|   /=====================================================================\   |
|  /_                               Prologue                              _\  |
|/| /                                                                     \ |\|
  |/                                                                  (PRO)\|
  \/=====================================================================\/
After you start a new game, you are asked to type a name for your save file. Do
so and then watch the two warnings (like anybody's gonna do it anyways). After
that, watch a movie (skipable by Start) and then, off we go!

|================|
|Area- Club Rooms|
|================|
Task- Go to the pitch to practice!
No. Of Chests- 1

Walkthrough- Now you get control of Mark Evans, the main protagonist for the
game. Your first goal is to go to the pitch to practice alone. Talk to the guy
(A button) standing right in front of you and he will tell you where the pitch
is, which is on the right, of course. He also tells you about the blue
glowing spot in the club room. This Rejuvenation Point is the place where you
can refill your team's power, so that you may play the match again with full
power. He also tells you to check the Help in the System menu for more hints.
After chit-chatting with him, it'd be a good idea to run around the area
a bit. Go downwards and talk to all the people there, just to get familiar with
the gameplay. While talking, you may have noticed a blue coloured chest at the
parking lot (with some cars there). Open it (A button) and you will obtain a
bottle of milk. Useful, eh? Then go into the clubroom and talk to all people
there. Also notice the Rejuvenation Point there. Now come out and follow the
path to the right. Before going through the divider, talk to the kid with
glasses near the divider. He will tell you some tips about the life in Raimon.
These include the usage of B button (for running/walking depending on your
settings from the Settings sub menu in the System menu) and saving the game by
selecting Save from the menu. After getting this free advice, run off across
the divider.

|==================|
|Area- School Pitch|
|==================|
Task- Go to the pitch to practice!
No. Of Chests- 2

Walkthrough- Now here we are, at the pitch, right at the centre of the area.
This is where you are supposed to go, but hey, who listened to Big Daddy
anyways? So, let's roam around and talk to everyone a bit. You may have noticed
two sets of stairs, one at the upper part and other at the left part. These are
the houses of education, or in plain words the school buildings. The upper one
is the Second Year Building, which include Mark's classes, and First Year
Building, currently blocked by a lover boy. After you get familiar with them,
you may like to open the two chests on the side of those two buildings to get
Rice Ball (2nd Year Building left side) and Mineral Water (1st Year Building
down side). While checking out the area, you may notice a guy at the right
stairs of the 2nd Year Building in greens. He's Mr Veteran. Talk to him to get
the layout of the school. He's an important guy, so talk to him whenever you
can. After that, go upwards and climb the stairs. Go through the door (the open
one in the centre) to go into the school building.

|==============================|
|Area- Raimon 2nd Year Building|
|==============================|
Task- Go to the pitch to practice!
No. Of Chests- 3

Walkthrough- So, back to school (I'm scared). This is the ground floor of the
building, which has staff room on the right, a canteen and a library on the
left and stairway in the centre. There is also a pathway there, but currently
it is inaccessible. Talk to all the people there and don't forget to take the
60 Prestige Points (your currency) from the chest in the canteen's upper left
corner. Also, talk to the guy in the canteen to know about item usage. Talk to
the person at the counter to buy items. Now, head upstairs.

On the extreme right, there are Mark's class and rest are anonymous classes.
In the class which is to the left of Mark's, there is a chest containing a
Cookie Bar (yum) and on the left there is a Mineral Water chest. Now, let's
move one level up. Whoops, someone, who we know (ahem) broke the glass and
thus, we are not permitted upstairs. So let's head back to the pitch.
On the way back, there are five dividers just before the door which leads to
the pitch. In the corner of the last divider from the right, there is a pair of
sunglasses. Pick it up (A button). Now go out.

|==================|
|Area- School Pitch|
|==================|
Task- Go to the pitch to practice!
No. Of Chests- 0(you opened it all, duh)

Walkthrough- Now let's just head to the pitch. Upon reaching there, you will be
treated with a cutscene and then you will have your first battle of four. This
would be a little troubling with the stylus for you, but use the stylus slowly
and carefully to get near your opponents. When you reach there, there will be a
screen telling you the tricks to steal the ball. Read them and then when you
see the same as you saw in the screen, select the right one (Sliding Tackle).
See how you get hold of the ball smoothly and you are done. Objective
completed. After that you will be again treated with a cutscene, after which
you regain control.

|==================|
|Area- School Pitch|
|==================|
Task- Go to the club room meeting!
No. Of Chests- 0

Walkthrough- There is nothing to do here, so we might as well head back to the
club. When you reach there, you will see a small scene outside the club. After
that, head back to the club and talk to Steve (in the centre) to see yet
another scene. After that, a new chapter starts.

 ___                                                                       ___
|   /=====================================================================\   |
|  /_                 Chapter 1- Royal Academy Is Here!                   _\  |
|/| /                                                                     \ |\|
  |/                                                                  (CH1)\|
  \/=======================================================================\/
The chapter starts with a scene where you have to find the white spikey haired
boy. This scene also introduces the Blog, where you can find hints and info on
the current objective. The Blog can be read by pressing X, then Info and then
Blog.

|================|
|Area- Club Rooms|
|================|
Task- Ask around and try to find Axel!
Chests- 0

Walkthrough- Your goal is to talk to everyone and find out Axel. You have to go
to the back gate (at the parking lot). There's a kid who tells that Axel has
left. Now you have to go to front gate. Head there.

|==================|
|Area- School Pitch|
|==================|
Task- Leave via the front gate!
Chests- 0

Walkthrough- Upon entering this area, a scene occurs, after which a new area
in the town, i.e., The Tower is unlocked. Your objective changes, now you have
to go to the Tower. Go to the front gate, and don't forget to say "Hi" to those
two rugby boys. When you go to the gateway, an option pops out, asking you
whether you want to go to the map or not. Choose yes and you will be shown a
screen where the key locations of the Inazuma Town are shown. Scroll down to
the Tower and hit A button.

|===========|
|Area- Tower|
|===========|
Task- Head to the Tower!
Chests- 1

Walkthrough- Upon entering the area, a small cutscene occurs. After that you
have to go to the tower. Explore the beautiful sunset to see two boys, two
cats and a romantic poetic couple. Also notice the lightning bolt there. Though
it is unusable at the moment; it is a handy place to remember. Now after sight-
seeing, head to the tower through the stairways there, and don't forget to read
the signboard there. When you reach there, objective again changes, this time
to climb the tower. But before climbing that up, go to your left and at the
left-most corner of the fencing beside the house, there is a chest which
contain a Popular Bracelet. Now go back to the steps of the tower and press A
button to climb up the tower (ha! and I thought Mark was a law-abiding citizen)
and see a small scene. Then climb back down and walk up to the stairs and see
one more scene (cool kick).

|==============================|
|Area- Raimon 2nd Year Building|
|==============================|
Task- Follow Axel!
Chests- 0

Walkthrough- Now a new day starts and you have to kick off your day with
following Axel. Mark, you sure are breaking rules a bit too much. Anyways, just
get out of class and rush (actually, take your time) to your left towards the
stairway to see Axel going down. Follow him to the lower level and see a small
scene. After that, your objective changes to have a chat with Nathan (the blue
haired guy who helped in soccer battle against Rugby boys). This also unlocks
the baseball field area. But before rushing there, talk with the Raimon student
in the front of the staff room (right side). He gives hint of a recruitable
player near the soccer clubroom. Well, we've got one more recruit. Time to go
go go. But before going there, talk to the green haired boy who is standing
beside the staircase. Aah, one more recruit, but a hesitant and stubborn one.
Talk to him 8 more times and he will run away from you. Meh, I don't have that
much of a bad breath. Anyways, back to Nathan. Head out through the doors. Also
check the blog (oh c'mon, you ARE reading it, aren't you).

Note- Sometimes, the green haired boy does not appear straightaway, you may
have to go to another area and come back in the school to find him.

|==================|
|Area- School Pitch|
|==================|
Task- Find some club members! Four to go!
Chests- 0

Walkthrough- Go down through the left staircase to find a kid standing there.
Talk to him and he will offer his services to the team, on conditions,
of course. After getting his assurance (and humiliation) go down and talk to
the second kid there to get the same hint about the same to your left to go to
the clubroom.

|================|
|Area- Club Rooms|
|================|
Task- Find some club members! Four to go!
Chests- 0

Walkthrough- Go straight to the left most part of the area to discover a kid
with a pink cap. Talk to him and answer his question with a yes to get him into
the team. Now, continue to your left and to the wall of the lowermost building
to find the same kid (his name is Paul Peabody btw). Talk to him nine times
more and he'll again run away. Gosh, this kid's a natural..... criminal. Now go
up, following the path to go to the baseball field.

|====================|
|Area- Baseball Field|
|====================|
Task- Find some club members! Three to go!
Chests- 2

Walkthrough- Go to the uppermost part of the area to find a chest containing
Graft Kit. Then go to the right side stands which are at the right of the
baseball field to find a chest containing Milk. Then go back to the lower right
part of the area to find Nathan. Talk to him to get him in the squad as well.
Next, talk to the kid at the left of the sprint track. He will tell you about
checking the classrooms for players. So head back directly to the classrooms.

|==============================|
|Area- Raimon 2nd Year Building|
|==============================|
Task- Find some club members! Two to go!
Chests- 0

Walkthrough- Go up to the first floor and follow the corridor to the left. Talk
to the boy standing between the two classes and he'll pinpoint the location of
your third recruit. Go in the class at the far left and talk to the guy who is
hiding in the corner. Answer his question yes and you get one more recruit. Now
that you require only one more player, it's time to ask to the glassy boy
outside. So let's head out there.

|==================|
|Area- School Pitch|
|==================|
Task- Go and talk to Willy!
Chests- 0

Walkthrough- Go down the stairs and talk to Willy. Hear his ridiculous terms
and answer yes (need makes the donkey father) to make him a member of the team
as well. Now that you have scraped together a team, you have to tell everybody
in the clubroom. You have also unlocked the Player Binder, where you can see
the players which you have recruited and also the players you have fought
against. Now, let's head back to the club room.

|================|
|Area- Club Rooms|
|================|
Task- Return to the soccer clubroom!
Chests- 0

Walkthrough- Enter the clubroom to give everybody the good news. After that you
will be having some practice. Talk to Silvia to start a practice match. You can
choose the players you want by using X button to open up the menu and then
selecting Friends->Swap. Choose the player you want and then hit the A button.
Go to the list's top most part and hit A button again on the player which you
want to swap your selected player with.

Win this one and you're done. Now talk to Silvia again and answer her question
with a yes to move on further in the story or answer no and then yes to have
one more practice match. After practicing to your heart's content, talk to
Silvia and answer her question with a yes to trigger a couple of scenes(I
always say that flattering makes a fool out of anybody, but this....). After
that, your objective changes to find Jack. So, what are you waiting for? Let's
go.

|==============================|
|Area- Raimon 2nd Year Building|
|==============================|
Task- Find out where Jack's hiding!
Chests- 0

Walkthrough- Talk to the boy at the far right and he'll show you a locker which
is moving. Check that locker to find out Jack hiding in there (how that fat man
got in it in the first place?). After opening the locker, a scene takes place,
which will ultimately lead to a battle against the sumo club. You have to hit
the locker to win. Use the tactics described above and you will win easily.
Also, you get info on the elements, which are very handy and useful to use.
If you lose somehow, you can always talk to the leader of the sumo group for
a rematch. After winning, a scene takes place and then you get Jack back into
your team. Now you have to talk to Silvia to start the match. Go down and talk
to her to start the match. But, first a cutscene.

 ___                                                                       ___
|   /---------------------------------------------------------------------\   |
|  /_                   Match- Raimon VS Royal. Academy                   _\  |
|/| /                                                                     \ |\|
  |/                                                                       \|
  \/-----------------------------------------------------------------------\/
The match starts with a small chat of the players. After that, you get to setup
your formation. I recommend it to leave it as it is, it's the best one for now.
Hit next to see the Royal's formation. Hit next again to start the match. Watch
as your team gets pummelled down easily, as Royals are in a totally different
league than yours. They even got some special moves, which you are totally
deprived of. Sit back and see them doing goal after goal. After a while, the
score will be 18-nothing, the score being in the favour of Royals, of course.
After displaying the proof of their overwhelming strength, a scene occurs, and
one more goal is added to the Royal's side. After that, one more goal is added
to Royals by a spectacular shot, The Death Zone. After that, a couple of scenes
occur, and Willy proves himself a run-off (geez, and I thought Peabody and Jack
are good at running). After the end of the scenes, we get a new player, none
other that the legendary Axel Blaze! Take that, Royal Academy.

After seeing the scene, add Axel to the team by selecting him by A button and
then going to the list on the right and pressing A button on any blank space.
The game starts again with Axel as forward. After the kick-off, an opponent
starts charging towards the goal. When he ultimately reaches there, Mark
babbles about the Shot Stopping Technique No. 1, the God Hand. He fires a
shot towards you, which you have to stop with God Hand. It can be done by
touching the thunder icon between the Catch and Punch options and selecting God
Hand from the options. Do it and Mark will stop the first goal with his God
Hand. Then he passes the ball over to Axel, and he charges down the  entire
Royal defenders to take a shot at the goal. Touch the goal area and select Fire
Tornado from the Special Moves icon to trigger a cutscene. After you score a
goal, some more cutscenes happen. After that, you win the match and unlock the
Connect mode, where you can play multiplayer games through Wi-Fi. You are
prompted to select a name and an emblem for your team. After that fuss, you can
save your game. Do so and a new chapter begins.

 ___                                                                       ___
|   /=====================================================================\   |
|  /__                   Chapter 2- The Dream Begins!                    __\  |
|    /                                                                   \    |
|/| /                                                                (CH2)\ |\|
  |/=======================================================================\|
  \/                                                                       \/
Task- Check the noticeboard downstairs!
No. Of Chests- 0

Walkthrough- The chapter starts with a small talk and after that, you have to
go to the noticeboard which is downstairs. Go down one level and then go to the
crowd which has gathered to see the notice. Read the notice on the wall by
pressing the A button. Looks like you've got one more match coming towards you.
Now your objective is to confirm this match notice with Mr Wintersea. He's at
the staff room. Go there and talk to the teacher at the left most corner and he
will tell you about the whereabouts of Mr Wintersea. He's on the second floor
with Principal Firewill. So, let's head upstairs. When you arrive on the second
floor, go to the left to find the principal's office. As you reach there, a
scene takes place (great teachers we got here, huh), after which you have to go
to the clubroom to talk to a girl. Go out and up to the field. Before you get
there though, you have yet one more face-off with Nelly. She tells you about
the soccer battles, which can be fought randomly now, in the Inazuma Town. They
are good sources of training as well as Prestige Points, so get ready and gear
up!

|==================|
|Area- School Pitch|
|==================|
Task- Go to the soccer club room!
No. Of Chests- 0

Walkthrough- Just head down towards the soccer clubroom. Be careful though, you
will most probably be challenged by a team for a soccer battle. Use the same
tactics as you used before and this will be a scratch.

|================|
|Area- Club Rooms|
|================|
Task- Go to the soccer club room!
No. Of Chests- 1

Walkthrough- Go down the stairs to the right and find a chest at the right of
the staircase containing Youth Bracelet. Now head back into the clubroom to
trigger a scene. And buiya (I hope the spelling is right), you unlocked the
Scout system. This is very useful as you can search out new players for your
team through this system. Also, you have now unlocked the River Bank area. The
next objective is to go to the river bank so that you may practice. You can now
talk to Celia to scout out players. You may want to do so right away, or you
may not, it's your choice. Check the Recruiting System (Celia) section for more
info on recruiting players. Go out of the clubroom to find the headmaster (gah,
I wish to rip him off). He offers his help to the soccer club by giving the
option to change the roster of the soccer club team. He also tells about the
Story squad and Connect squad (now that is the reason I let him live). Now as
the tennis courts are unlocked; let's head there for some goodies. Go upwards
towards the baseball field. Follow the path to go to the tennis courts.

|===================|
|Area- Tennis Courts|
|===================|
Task- Go to the river bank!
No. Of Chests- 2

Walkthrough- This area has the tennis courts and the third year building at the
topmost part of the area, currently blocked by a bully. As soon as you enter
this area, you meet up with Peabody again. Talk to him nine times and this time
he will finally join the team! Yay. Add him to the roster, just like you did
for Axel. You have also unlocked a route on the Connection Map by befriending
Peabody. Now continue along the wall to the right to find a chest containing a
Cookie Bar. You may also see stairs leading to a building. Don't bother
climbing, they are blocked anyways. Instead, head downwards to check out the
tennis courts. At the left of the left side pathway, there is a chest
containing Youth Boots. Now head in to the tennis courts and go to the lower
right corner to find a chest which contains Milk. Now that we've got
everything we could possibly get, let's head on to the river bank through the
main gate. But first, you may like to go to the Tower area for some goodies. Go
to the gate to meet up Axel. Watch a small scene, after which you regain
control. Walk up to the gate and select yes to go to the map, then select the
Tower area.

|===============|
|Area- The Tower|
|===============|
Task- Go to the river bank!
No. Of Chests- 0

Walkthrough- Go to the lower right area (the area with the thunderbolt) and
talk to the cat to get the key to the Athletics Club room, which is situated
just beside the soccer club room. Now climb up towards the tower but don't
go up to the tower. Instead, take a left and go to the house that is standing
there. There is a person standing there who is a twin of the Mr Veteran at the
school. He can exchange moves of one player to the other one at the cost of
Prestige Points. Keep in mind though, only the moves which you have taught them
through Move Manuals can be exchanged. After talking to him, leave the area
and go to the river bank.

|================|
|Area- River Bank|
|================|
Task- Go to the river bank!
No. Of Chests- 3

Walkthrough- You start off at a road at the far upper left corner of the area.
You can follow the road straight away to the designated area, but instead,
climb down the stairways to the bottom of the area. At the middle right part of
the area, there is a chest containing a Cookie Bar. There is also a
Rejuvenation Point there. Remember it, you're gonna need this. Now go downwards
and onto the pier at the bottom left corner. Follow it to the end to find a
B-Slash Battle formation card. Now climb up and follow the path to the right.

Go up to the road in the next area to find a chest containing 65 Prestige
Points. You may have noticed the soccer pitch at the centre of the area. That
is where you have to go. But before going there, you may consider recharging
your team up by the Rejuvenation Point at the previous area. After doing so,
head back to the soccer pitch and save your game when you reach there. After
that, talk to the girl in the centre to trigger a scene. After that, you have
to play a match against them to decide the pitch's user. Answer the man with a
yes to get on with it.

 ___                                                                       ___
|   /---------------------------------------------------------------------\   |
|  /_             Match- Raimon VS. Inazuma Kids Soccer Club              _\  |
|/| /                                                                     \ |\|
  |/                                                                       \|
  \/-----------------------------------------------------------------------\/
Opponent's Level- 2 (except for their strikers)
Their weakness- Bad passing, prone to stealing of the ball
Recommended Team Level- 5(whoops, not the company dudes)

The match starts with an introduction of the Fired Up system. Press and hold L
or R button to activate it. It is useful as it reduces TP cost to 3/4th, shots
are more powerful and the winning chances increase. Don't get too cocky though,
you can use it once per match. So, use it wisely. After that, an overview of
the pitch is shown through different camera angles. Then the match starts after
a few dialogues. After the initial VS. screen, you get to choose your formation
and players. Choose the Butterfly formation, it helps here. Also, put Steve,
Max and Kevin in the forward and remove Willy. Swap him with Peabody in defence
if you have recruited him. If not, put him in the defence. Leave everything
else as it is.

Now go back to the formation screen and hit next. You are shown the KFC's
formation. You can click on info to see what shots and techniques they use.
This information always comes in handy. After viewing their stats, go back and
hit next to start the match.

This match is the first match you get to play. So here are some quick advices
which are gonna help you to win.
1. NEVER PASS TO TOD! He almost always misses it, no matter what.
2. Use the time out (initialized by touching the hand sign at the lower
screen's upper right corner) frequently to make your passes perfect.
3. Don't go berserk with the stylus. Use it gently, so that your players remain
in full control.
4. Try to have 2-3 players near the goal when you are gonna take a shot. That
way, if you miss a shot, there's somebody who can take over quickly.
5. As an extension to the above one, try to surround the defenders around the
goal to maximize the chance of taking a rebound shot.
6. Use Chip Shots on the goalie. He won't be able to block out many of your
shots.

Well, that's it; this is all you are going to need to win this match. After you
win, your team will level up and many of the team players will get new moves.
After that, you are treated with a cutscene. Now you have got a new skill to
master, the Dragon Crash. Also, you have unlocked a route on the Connection
Map. After some more cutscenes, you get back to the soccer club room, where
you obtain a Gaudy Bracelet. It helps you get more battles while you walk
around. Good for training, bad for enjoyment. If you wanna use it, open up
the menu, choose Equipment, them Equip and then select a member to whom you
want to put on the bracelet. Then press A button and then select and hit A
button on the desired item to equip it. Beware though, if you really want to
use the bracelet; you have to keep the man wearing it in your party of four,
which you are playing with. Anyways, you start at the upper left corner of the
school pitch area. I'd suggest you to go back to the club room area, there are
some goodies there.

|================|
|Area- Club Rooms|
|================|
Task- Go to the river bank to practice!
No. Of Chests- 2

Walkthrough- Go to the extreme left of the area to find a big building with
five connected rooms. They are the other sport club rooms, including
athletics, baseball, cycling and tennis. Go to the third one to enter the
athletics club room. Open the two chests there to find a Cookie Bar and
Victory Gloves. Also talk to the person standing in the blue-only (same as
yours) uniform to take one more player into the team. Now head out towards the
baseball field.

Note- While I was playing the game again, Miles didn't appeared straight off. I
had to run around a bit to get him (but he was depicted as she in the anime...)
so don't panic if you aren't able to find either Miles or the Victory Boots in
the next section.

|====================|
|Area- Baseball Field|
|====================|
Task- Go to the river bank to practice!
No. Of Chests- 0(well...)

Walkthrough- Go to the lower right corner of the map and talk to the kid there.
He will give you Victory........ Boots. Now you have nothing to do at Raimon,
so you might as well go to the river bank. Go to the main gate to proceed down
to the river bank.

|================|
|Area- River Bank|
|================|
Task- Go to the river bank to practice!
No. Of Chests- 0

Walkthrough- Head down to the Rejuvenation Point to recharge your team up. Now
head in to the next area.

Go to the soccer pitch and talk to the girl and answer her question with a yes
to continue on to the story or answer her no and then yes to play a match with
them. I'd recommend you to play a match with them, gives you a hefty level
boost. If you go with the training instead of match, then a small cutscene
occurs. Now you've got access to the Special Training Spots, which are
represented by the lightning bolts around town. They can be used at a cost of
some Prestige Points to increase your specific abilities, like speed, kick,
guard, control etc. Also note that if you continue to train only one person for
some time, his cost for training increases. After the scene ends, you start
back at school, where you have to play the match for which you've been training
so hard. You have to talk to Silvia to get the match started.

|==============================|
|Area- Raimon 2nd Year Building|
|==============================|
Task- See Silvia in the club room!
No. Of Chests- 0

Walkthrough- You can go directly to her to get the match underway as they are
no chests to open here. However, they are some personnel you may like to see,
like the kid standing at the door of the radio control room at the second
floor (just who do he thinks he is). He can be scouted by Celia by the Search
by Name function. Type the name Chester, and you will get him in the team,
after talking with him. But after you search for him, he'll go back to the
chess club, where you can't go right now. Also, you can meet your opponents at
the main gate. They sure look scary. Anyways, go back to Silvia and talk to her
to initiate some cutscenes and after that, your "cursed" match with Occult
start. Also, you get Axel on your team as well. Yeaah! Now you are required to
put Axel in the team. Do so by selecting Axel in the list on the right and then
pressing A button on any empty place on the list on the left side. After that,
you have to put Axel and Kevin as your strikers and Mark as your goalie. Do so,
and you are good to go.

 ___                                                                       ___
|   /---------------------------------------------------------------------\   |
|  /_                       Match- Raimon VS. Occult                      _\  |
|/| /                                                                     \ |\|
  |/                                                                       \|
  \/-----------------------------------------------------------------------\/
Opponent's Level- 3 (except for the goalie, three strikers and a defender).
Their Weaknesses- Their too much dependence on curse, low usage of special
moves.
Recommended Team Level- 7-10 will be perfect.

This match's pretty easy despite of it being cursed and stuff. Try your best to
pass the ball to Kevin and get him to the goal. After you start taking a shot,
Kevin's Dragon Crash is unlocked. You scored a goal! Perfect. After your shot,
a scene takes place and you are shown "true despair" in the form of a secret
technique, the Ghost Lock. All of your players freeze to their places and
Talisman (the move maker) gets down to the goal easily. Oh boy, troubling.
After that, the first half ends with a cutscene. The score is still tied to 1-1
each, but the trouble's still not over. One more Ghost Lock is performed, and
you are.... not stuck. All credit goes to Axel. Now that you have broken the
Ghost Lock, you can finally put them out of the game once and for all. Pass the
ball to Kevin again and try a Dragon Crash. But..... they do have a secret left
up their sleeves, the Warp Space. This again starts a cutscene, after which you
have to use one more trick from Kevin, a co-op move with Axel, which is the
Dragon Tornado. Do it, and you will score one more, resulting in the victory of
the match. Err, I mean, you have to keep them at bay for at least a bit of time
to win. After you win, you get a Stamina Bar, an Occult Kit and a Ghost Dance
formation card for matches. After the match, a cutscene occurs, after which you
can save your game. You have also unlocked a route on the Connection Map. Save
your game and a new chapter will begin.

 ___                                                                       ___
|   /=====================================================================\   |
|  /__                   Chapter 3- Intrigue At Raimon                   __\  |
|    /                                                                   \    |
|/| /                                                                (CH3)\ |\|
  |/=======================================================================\|
  \/                                                                       \/
Task- Go to the club room!
Chests- 0

Walkthrough- After a small talk about a new kid in town, you get to meet him
at the club room. So, let's go go go. Since there are no chests here, you might
as well go directly to the club room.

|================|
|Area- Club Rooms|
|================|
Task- Go to the club room!
Chests- 0

Walkthrough- Just enter the area to trigger a scene (boy, this kid sure has
some nerves). You have unlocked a route on the Connection Map and has also got
a new team mate. Now, go into the club room to trigger yet another cutscene.
Now you have to go to the library located at the ground floor of the 2nd year
building. You have also unlocked the Extra Competition Route, by which you can
play matches against the teams you have already played. After clearing a route,
you will be awarded a special item. Now back to Celia in the library.

|==============================|
|Area- Raimon 2nd Year Building|
|==============================|
Task- Go to the library!
Chests- 0 (1 in Tennis Court)

Walkthrough- Go to the library at the left of the area and talk to Celia there
to get a new objective. You have to search the book shelves to get something.
Between second and third shelves there are two shining objects. Pick them up to
get the move manuals of Quick Draw and Spinning Shot. Now you can use these
manuals to teach your players new moves. At the next shelf, there is yet
another move manual for Magic. Now return to Celia to discover one more manual
lying near her. Its half part is missing, though. Now you have to talk to the
librarian for some clues, who is standing right beside you. Talk to her and she
will tell you about the comic book club. You have to go there. By this act, you
have now unlocked the Swimming Pool area, which can be accessed by taking the
path leading to the right in the Tennis Court area. So, let's head there. But
before going there, check the Tennis Court for a chest containing Cookie Bar at
the upper left corner of the area.

|===================|
|Area- Swimming Pool|
|===================|
Task- Go to the comic book club!
Chests- 3

Walkthrough- Go to the upper left corner of the area to discover a chest. Open
it to get a Hyper Bar. Now go to the upper right corner of the area to find yet
another chest. Open it to get a Cookie Bar. Now go up to the swimming pool
(located on the right side of the area) and go to the upper part of it. There
is a chest which contains Baseball club key. The club is just beside yours. Now
go to the right side of the swimming pool to enter the changing room (aaah!).
Talk to the guy standing at the door to take him into the team (he's a real
pervert, isn't he). Now get out of there and go to the comic club room. Open
the chest at the lower right corner to get a Doppelganger move manual. Now go
to the left of the area to see the same kid from the radio room here again. If
you have searched for him; you can now recruit him for your team. If not,
search for him through Celia by name and type the name Chester. Now go to the
upper part of the area and talk to the man at the left to trigger a scene,
after which you have to follow that kid in red hair. But before doing so, go up
one level to find the newspaper club. Open the chest there to obtain a B- Right
Wing battle card. Now get out of the comic club room.

Go to the upper right part of the area to find the incinerator. Go there and
watch a scene. After that you have to go to the river bank to practice. Walk a
few steps to find the new kid, Bobby. After a few exchange of dialogues, he'll
tag along with you. Also, you get a Racy Comic and an unlocked route on the
Connection Map. You have to go to the river bank now. Go to the lower part of
the area to go to the Gym area.

|=========|
|Area- Gym|
|=========|
Task- Go to the river bank!
Chests- 0

Walkthrough- There is the gym at the right corner. It's inaccessible at the
moment though. So, let's just go to the left, following the path to reach the
school pitch. Now head to the main gate to go to the river bank.

|================|
|Area- River Bank|
|================|
Task- Go to the river bank!
Chests- 1

Walkthrough- Go to the river bank pitch area and then to the lower left corner
to find a chest containing Mineral Water. Now go to the pitch and talk to the
guy there to trigger a cutscene. After that, you have to play a match against
these guys.

 ___                                                                       ___
|   /---------------------------------------------------------------------\   |
|  /_                     Match- Raimon VS. Umbrella                      _\  |
|/| /                                                                     \ |\|
  |/                                                                       \|
  \/-----------------------------------------------------------------------\/
Opponent's Level- 7 (except for their captain)
Their Weaknesses- Weak defence.
Recommended Team Level- 10-15

If you have levelled your team up to my recommendations and have got hold on
the controls, then this one's a cake piece. Just concentrate on getting up to
the goal and use Dragon Tornado as often as you can. As for team formation,
use Midfield Block or Butterfly. Put Axel, Kevin and Max in the forward and
any player of your choice in defence and midfield. The rest is all the same.
After the match, you get Umbrella kit and Super Water. After that, a cutscene
ensues and after that, you have to go to the club room. Head back to the Raimon
through the pathway under the bridge.

|================|
|Area- Club Rooms|
|================|
Task- Go to the club room.
Chests- 5

Walkthrough- Enter this area to trigger a scene. After that go to the left of
the area and open the last door there to enter the Baseball club room. Open the
chests there for Impact Shoes and Comet Shot move manual. Also, talk to the kid
standing near the stairs (look a bit hard to find him) to recruit him for the
team. Then get out and head to the back gate to help out Axel. After a short
exchange of threats, you have to follow Axel to the hospital. It is beyond the
back gate. As soon as you enter it, you are challenged for a soccer battle. Put
Axel in your party and then play the match. Win it by using Axel's Fire Tornado
and then you have to go into the hospital. Before that though, go out and take
the Cookie Bar and 140 Prestige Points. Take the stairs (can't they just make
an elevator for a change) and open the chest at the end of the corridor for
Smart Boots. Now go to the adjoining room for a cutscene. Now you have unlocked
a route on the Connection Map. Now you have to put Jack in your party. Do so
and then go to the river bank.

|================|
|Area- River Bank|
|================|
Task- Go to the river bank!
Chests- 0

Walkthrough- Enter the area to trigger a scene. Now you have to put Axel in
your party (man, why are they throwing them off like that if they are planning
to put them back anyways). Now go to the pitch and talk to Edmounds to start
the practice. You can also have a practice match with them if you want. After
practice, you obtain a new move for Axel, the Inazuma Drop. Now you have to go
to the station to board a train to Wild Junior High School. You also get a
message telling about the co-op moves partners. Leave the school via the front
gate to go to the station.

|=============|
|Area- Station|
|=============|
Task- Go to Wild Junior High!
Chests- 4

Walkthrough- Go to the road going to the right to find a chest containing a
Stamina Bar. Now go to the topmost part of the area and then follow the road to
the right to find a chest containing a Sports Drink. At the upper left corner
of the area, there is a convenient store where you can buy edibles, equipment
and special move manuals. Go in and buy whatever you like. After that, go to
the station (in the upper centre part) and buy a ticket to Wild, don't worry,
you won't have to pay a dime. Don't forget to recharge your team with the
Rejuvenation Point there.

Now you have arrived at the Wild Jr. High. Open the two chests in front of you
to find a Spinning Cut move manual and a Stamina Bar. Continue further right
to meet up with Nelly. After that, continue over to the bridge in the centre
to start the match. You can also go back to the city through the right side of
the area. You have to put Axel and Jack in your team first, though. After a
small cutscene, the match finally starts.

 ___                                                                       ___
|   /---------------------------------------------------------------------\   |
|  /_                       Match- Raimon VS. Wild                        _\  |
|/| /                                                                     \ |\|
  |/                                                                       \|
  \/-----------------------------------------------------------------------\/
Opponent's Level- 15 (at an average)
Their Weakness- Generally weak defence, particularly in forwards and
midfielders.
Recommended Team Level- 23-25

Use the Butterfly formation as always and put Max as a third striker. Pass to
Axel and do the Inazuma Drop move to score a goal. After that, you can use any
shots to score goals on'em. Also, you can get past the strikers and midfielders
quite easily as they don't have any moves for defending.  After the match is
finished, you get a Wild kit, a Wild Plank formation card and a Stamina Bar.
After the ensuing cutscene, you are prompted to save your game. Do it for the
start of a new chapter.

 ___                                                                       ___
|   /=====================================================================\   |
|  /__                Chapter 4- Uncover The Secret Facility             __\  |
|    /                                                                   \    |
|/| /                                                                (CH4)\ |\|
  |/=======================================================================\|
  \/                                                                       \/
Task- Go to the club room!
Chests- 2

Walkthrough- The chapter starts at Mark's class, with the information that you
have unlocked yet another route at the Connection Map. You have to go to the
soccer club room to talk to a guy. But first, go one floor up and then to the
right to Nelly's room. You can now go into the room to find 2 chests containing
a Soccer Magazine and 70 Prestige Points. Now go straight to the club room.
Also, by unlocking this chapter, you gain access to the defend the goal type
soccer battles.

|================|
|Area- Club Rooms|
|================|
Task- Go to the club room!
Chests- 0

Walkthrough- Enter the soccer club room to trigger a cutscene. After the
cutscene, walk out from the club to trigger yet another cutscene (aargh, I hate
repeating myself). After that you unlock the Nelly's scouting system. You can
call players from another teams (reminds me of European soccer clubs). For
details, read the Recruiting System (Nelly) section. Now, you have to go to the
gym area. So, let's head there directly.

|=========|
|Area- Gym|
|=========|
Task- Go to the hideout behind the gym!
Chests- 5

Walkthrough- Take the chest near the upper left path for Tennis Club Key. Then,
follow the path to the right and then to up. Take the first right you see on
the pathway to arrive at the gang hideout's gateways (some hideout). Enter the
area and take the chest there to obtain a Sports Drink. There's also a chest at
the lower most part of the area. Open it for a Stamina Bar. Then go up and talk
to the kid in white shirt to trigger a cutscene. After that you have to play a
battle match against his team (why is anything never easy). Anyways, beat him
to watch one more cutscene (they would at least have removed the goal, jeez).
After the "devised" cutscene, you have to go to the west building aka 1st
Year Building. You have also unlocked a route on the Connection Map. But before
going there, head out from the exit at the right to go to the sweet shop. There
is a chest at the parking lot in the right corner. You can also enter the shop
for buying some moves and other things. When you're done here, head back to the
gang hideout. Exit through the lower most part of the area and go to the left
to find a chest containing a Stamina Bar. Now go to the pitch area and head to
the left most part to find the 1st Year Building (remember the lover boy?). Go
into the building.

|==============================|
|Area- Raimon 1st Year Building|
|==============================|
Task- Go to the lab!
Chests- 2

Walkthrough- Open the chest at the left of the doorway to obtain a Sports
Drink. Then go one level up and go to the lower end of the corridor to obtain
a Life Bracelet from a chest there. Now head back down and go to the lab at the
lower end. Talk to the teacher there to trigger a cutscene. After that, you
have to go to the Shopping Area (man I hate teachers). Go out and leave
through the main gate to go to the Shopping Area.

|===================|
|Area- Shopping Area|
|===================|
Task- Go to the model shop!
Chests- 2

Walkthrough- Upon arriving at the area, an old lady comes near you. Talk to her
to get info on the area. This area has a sports shop which sells boots, gloves
and kits, model shop (your current destination), an under construction
convenient store and a mysterious shop. It has also got two locked areas, first
an arcade and second the back alleyway. Go to the shop marked as "Raijin
Models" and don't forget to take the chest on your way which contains Sports
Drink. Talk to the man behind the counter for a little chit chat. After that,
you have to go to the statue at the lower right corner of the school pitch
area. Silly Nelly. You've also unlocked a route on the Connection Map. Anyways,
head out from the shop and continue to the right. Go to the pink brick way to
open a chest containing Spirit Boots. Then get out of there and head to Raimon.

|==================|
|Area- School Pitch|
|==================|
Task- Go to the statue!
Chests- 0

Walkthrough- Just go to the lower right corner of the area and talk to Nelly,
who is standing over there to trigger a cutscene. After that, you have got a
new facility to train, which is called the Flash Training Facility. You can
work out on specific skills of the whole team like kick power, guard, control,
speed, guts and even on the increasing of Technique Points and Fitness Points.
Choose one of the courses by talking to the guy at the counter and reach to the
end of the area, all the while playing soccer battles in each room, to play a
soccer match with a composite team of your previous rivals. Win the match to
complete the course. At the end of each course, your chosen ability will
increase bit by bit.

As for some tips for the survival of this insane training ground, there are
some handful tips for you, which include-
1. Don't hesitate to use your special moves. Better lose TP than match.
2. Some rooms have chests in them which contain edible items. They are handy
for restoring TP and FP. Use them if you need.
3. Before talking to the guy in the last room, i.e. a big soccer field, make
sure your team members are fully charged and match ready by using consumables
from the inventory.
And before I forget, you have also unlocked a route on the Connection Map by
unlocking this facility.

After you complete any course here, you can go out to continue with the story.
You can also continue training if you like, but I'd rather go out to at least
charge up. Anyways, whatever your decision maybe, once you go out, you are
treated with a cutscene. After that, you get a manual for Inazuma-1. Now you
have to start the match by talking to Silvia in the club room. You can also
train if you like. Whatever you do, speak to Silvia to advance further.

|================|
|Area- Club Rooms|
|================|
Task- Go to the station!
Chests- 2

Walkthrough- You start at the soccer club room. Go out and go to the Tennis
club room, which is at the left of your club room. Get in and open the chests
there to receive Gentleman's Kit and Super Armadillo move manual. Now go out
and directly head to the station.

Note- There may also be a recruitable player standing near the door there. I
saw him when I was at Chapter 6, so I'm not 100% sure about the time he's
there, so if someone can confirm this, please let me know.

|=============|
|Area- Station|
|=============|
Task- Go to the station!
Chests- 0

Walkthrough- Just board the train, like you did last time. The match will start
as soon as you select yes from the choices given.

 ___                                                                       ___
|   /---------------------------------------------------------------------\   |
|  /_                   Match- Raimon VS. Brainwashing                    _\  |
|/| /                                                                     \ |\|
  |/                                                                       \|
  \/-----------------------------------------------------------------------\/
Opponent's Level- 18
Their Weaknesses- Err, no love for soccer? Alright, exactly nothing.
Recommended Team Level- 26

The team here is pretty weak, but the real challenge comes from their Goalie
(I'm not talking about his haircut) and their striker Turner, both of them are
at level 30. This makes the scoring part a little bit difficult. But with the
Inazuma-1, you can score pretty easily. Teach it to Axel and take the shot.
Their formation is also a bit awkward to break, especially with the Basic
formation, which results in a whole lot of clutter at the opponent's area.
Better use the Midfield Block or Butterfly formation to get the better results.
Alternatively, if you didn't taught Axel the Inazuma-1, you'll be facing a team
who never tires out, no matter how many times they use their special moves.
This means only one thing: trouble. So, unless you are up for some real big
challenge, you may want to go with the Inazuma-1.

After the match ends, you obtain a Brainwashing Kit, a F-442 Grid match forma-
tion card and a Hyper Bar.

 ___                                                                       ___
|   /=====================================================================\   |
|  /__                 Chapter 5- Beware The Maid Cafe?!                 __\  |
|    /                                                                   \    |
|/| /                                                                (CH5)\ |\|
  |/=======================================================================\|
  \/                                                                       \/
Task- Go to the soccer club room!
Chests- 0

Walkthrough- Wierd name for a chapter. Anyways, you start at the 2nd Year
Building, at Mark's classroom. Since there's nothing of interest here, you may
like to drop by at the Newspaper Club room for one more recruit.

|===================|
|Area- Swimming Pool|
|===================|
Task- Go to the soccer club room!
Chests- 0

Walkthrough- Walk up to the Newspaper club and talk to the guy in pinkish
colour hair to recruit him as well to the team. Now head straight to the club
room.

|================|
|Area- Club Rooms|
|================|
Task- Go to the soccer club room!
Chests- 1

Walkthrough- Go to the left part of the map, where the other club rooms reside.
Check the lowest wall of those club rooms to locate a chest containing Sports
Drink. Now go to the soccer club room to initiate a cutscene. After that, your
have to visit the maid cafe in the shopping area. But first, go to the baseball
field.

|====================|
|Area- Baseball Field|
|====================|
Task- Go to the cafe in the shopping area!
Chests- 2

Walkthrough- Check at the right of the athletics track to discover a chest
containing Strength Bracelet. Now go to the lower part of the baseball field
for a chest which contains a Stamina Bar. Now let's head off to the shopping
area.

|===================|
|Area- Shopping Area|
|===================|
Task- Go to the cafe in the shopping area!
Chests- 

Walkthrough- Just walk up to the flag icon to trigger a scene. Say yes to the
man's question (he won't let go of you if you don't) and you'll get a new task,
to go to the Golden Temple. Head to your left and enter the alley which is at
the left of Raijin Models to initiate a scene.

Now your objective changes. Head to the path going towards right and walk up to
the flag icon. Talk to Samantha and she'll challenge you for a match of soccer.

 ___                                                                       ___
|   /---------------------------------------------------------------------\   |
|  /_                    Match- Raimon VS. Street Sally's                 _\  |
|/| /                                                                     \ |\|
  |/                                                                       \|
  \/-----------------------------------------------------------------------\/
Opponent's Level- 25
Their Weaknesses- Lack of defence and dribbling moves in most of the players.
Recommended Team Level- 30

Street Sally's are made up of members of town committee, and apparently that's
why they are quite weak. Their entire forward line up lacks any dribbling or
defending moves, save for Jones. Their defence line also has no special moves
for defending, except for the two on the extreme sides of the defence line up.
This makes taking the ball to the goal almost insanely easy. The goalkeeper
also is weak, having only one weak goalkeeping move, thus scoring goals is also
easy. Just try to use a powerful co-op move, like Inazuma Drop or Inazuma-1 and
you will be fine. As for formation, Basic is enough.

After you win, you will get Super Water and Street Sally's kit. After a bit of
chit chat, you will finally get permission for what you came for. Now go up to
the playground and open the chest there for a Youth Kit. Now head back to the
shopping area by going back to the road and heading right. You will be at the
area selection screen. Choose Shopping Area and voila! you are back to the same
area. Oh, I almost forgot, you also unlocked a route on the Connection Map.

At this point, I recommend you to level up your team as much as you want, you
won't be getting a second chance until after the match against Otaku. You can
also play against Street Sally's now by talking to the old man by the side of
the goal in the Shopping area's soccer field.

|===================|
|Area- Shopping Area|
|===================|
Task- Tell Manny Artic the news!
Chests- 0

Walkthrough- Just go to the cafe for a scene, which unlocks a route on the
Connection Map. After the scene you will start at the soccer club room. Your
objective now is to go to the nurse's room, which is located in the First Year
Building. Head there.

|==============================|
|Area- Raimon 1st Year Building|
|==============================|
Task- Go to the nurse's room!
Chests- 0

Walkthrough- Enter the building to trigger a cutscene, after which all of your
team members' stats will drop to 1, except Mark and Axel. This means that all
of your stats will be on 1. You can train the players to raise the stats back,
but only God knows from where you'll manage that much Prestige Points. So,
forget about training and head directly to the station and board the train.

 ___                                                                       ___
|   /---------------------------------------------------------------------\   |
|  /_                       Match- Raimon VS. Otaku                       _\  |
|/| /                                                                     \ |\|
  |/                                                                       \|
  \/-----------------------------------------------------------------------\/
Opponent's Level- 21
Their Weaknesses- No defence moves for forwards, no dribbling moves for the
defenders.
Recommended Team Level- 30

The team here is weaker than Street Sally's, so if you won against them easily,
then they should be easy too. The only catch is that all of your stats are low,
so you'll be relying on special moves for every duel, even though that too
wouldn't be helping you much, as many times your move will just fail. Their
formation is the thing you'll be getting most headaches from. Their formation
is so tight, you can barely move, and there's a high (and I do mean HIGH)
possibility that you'll be getting loads of offside due to movement of
opponent players. Try to take the shot with Axel; he's way stronger than all of
them, so he'll score. Another way is to use weak shots against the goalie to
drain him out of its TP, then take a shot at him to score.

After you win the match, you'll get a Hyper Bar, an Otaku Kit and a F-Super
Star 5 match formation card. After the match you'll start at soccer club room
and your objective will be to go to Mark's house for dinner (why wasn't I
invited, after all, I was the one... never mind). Just head directly for Mark's
house.

|==================|
|Area- Mark's House|
|==================|
Task- Go to Mark's house!
Chests- 1

Walkthrough- Go to the lower part of the playground for a chest containing 125
Prestige Points. Now head inside Mark's house for a cutscene. Now you have to
go to the maid cafe. You start at the club rooms (again). Head out. Also, you
have unlocked another route in the connection map.

|==================|
|Area- School Pitch|
|==================|
Task- Go to the maid cafe!
Chests- 0

Walkthrough- Walk up to the gate to initiate a scene. After the scene you'll
have two things, one a Computer Room Key and second, Willy in your party. Now
head out to the maid cafe. Before going into the maid cafe though, put a good
striker in your party, you'll shortly be needing him.

|===================|
|Area- Shopping Area|
|===================|
Task- Go to the maid cafe!
Chests- 0

Walkthrough- Walk to the maid cafe and enter it. Now go to the stage at the
upper part of the area and open the door there. After you enter, you'll receive
Hacking Records. You'll also be challenged by Otaku Geeks for a four man
battle. Just win this one by using any specials you see fit and that's it.
You'll obtain Sports Drink and Quick Draw move manual for winning. Also, a
route on the.. oh you know what I'm gonna say, don't ya? Anyways, head back to
the soccer club room to finish the chapter.

 ___                                                                       ___
|   /=====================================================================\   |
|  /__             Chapter 6- Toe-to-Toe With Royal Acadamy              __\  |
|    /                                                                   \    |
|/| /                                                                (CH6)\ |\|
  |/=======================================================================\|
  \/                                                                       \/
Task- Go to the car park to see the bus!
Chests- 1

Walkthrough- You have to go to the car park which is at the club room area. But
first head to the roof of the 2nd Year Building. Open the chest there for a
B-Pressure battle card. Now head out of the building.

|==================|
|Area- School Pitch|
|==================|
Task- Go to the car park to see the bus!
Chests- 1

Walkthrough- Go to (not in) the 1st Year Building and then to the lower part of
it to find a chest containing Stamina Bar. Now head to the club room area.

|================|
|Area- Club Rooms|
|================|
Task- Go to the car park to see the bus!
Chests- 0

Walkthrough- Head directly for the bus. After the scene, you'll be heading
towards the soccer club room. Go there for one more scene, after which you have
to head back to the bus. Go there and talk to Mr Wintersea for yet another
scene. After this, you have to chase Wintersea down. Go to the pitch area. And,
if you think you can just take the shortcut from the hospital, then it'd not
work. So, just head to the pitch.

|==================|
|Area- School Pitch|
|==================|
Task- Chase Wintersea! To the front gate!
Chests- 0

Walkthrough- Head to the front gate. After the scene, you have to go to the
club room. Head back there (this stinks). You've also unlocked a route on the
Connection Map.

|================|
|Area- Club Rooms|
|================|
Task- Go to the club room!
Chests- 0

Walkthrough- Go inside the soccer club room and talk to Celia. After this, head
to the 2nd Year Building (looks like coaches are on a sale or something).

|==============================|
|Area- Raimon 2nd Year Building|
|==============================|
Task- Go to the headmaster's office!
Chests- 0

Walkthrough- Head to the headmaster's office on the 2nd floor and talk to Sonny
or Nelly. Now you have to go to the Arcade area of the Shopping area, which is
unlocked right now. So, head there.

|===================|
|Area- Shopping Area|
|===================|
Task- Go to Rai Rai in the arcade!
Chests- 4

Walkthrough- You have to go to the far right part of the area. But first, go to
the soccer ground where you played against Street Sally's. At the lower right
corner of the field, there's a chest containing B-Train battle card. Now head
back to the main area.

Head directly into the arcade and go to the flag icon. Before you enter though,
take a look in the alley at the left of the shop for a chest containing Dojo
Key. Now head to the right and check the chest at the right of the game shop
for a Sports Drink. Now head down and open the chest at the left of the path
which leads down for Stamina Bar. Now go back to the noodle shop and head in
there. After the scene, head to the river bank. You've also unlocked yet
another route on the Connection Map.

|================|
|Area- River Bank|
|================|
Task- Meet Mr Sweet by the river bank!
Chests- 2

Walkthrough- Open the chest near you for Gym Key. Now head into the next area
for a cutscene.

At the lower right corner of the area is a chest containing Meadow Kit. Now go
and talk to Mr Sweet, who's in the middle of the soccer pitch. Now you have to
go to Tower. Head there. Also, put a good striker in your party, it'll come in
handy, and recharge your team before you go there.

|===========|
|Area- Tower|
|===========|
Task- Go to the tower!
Chests- 1

Walkthrough- After the scene. put Bobby in your party and win the match against
the Black Suit Mystery. After you win, you'll get Fervour Bracelet and Sports
Drink. After a couple of scenes, your objective now becomes to go to the pitch.
But first, we've some chests here to open. Go to the lightning bolt and follow
the path there to find a chest for 480 Prestige Points. Now head to Raimon.

|==================|
|Area- School Pitch|
|==================|
Task- Get ready and go to the pitch!
Chests- 0

Walkthrough- Just talk to Hillman who is standing in the middle of the pitch.
After the scene, head to the station.

|=============|
|Area- Station|
|=============|
Task- Match day! Head to the station!
Chests- 2

Walkthrough- Go up to find a chest containing an F-Phalanx formation card. Now
board the train, and don't forget to recharge your team. As soon as you reach
the area, a route on the Connection Map will be unlocked. Follow the path to
reach the next area.

In this area, go to the intersection and take the right path for a chest which
contains Zigzag Spark move manual. Now resume your journey to the above to
start the match.

 ___                                                                       ___
|   /---------------------------------------------------------------------\   |
|  /_                   Match- Raimon VS. Royal Academy                   _\  |
|/| /                                                                     \ |\|
  |/                                                                       \|
  \/-----------------------------------------------------------------------\/
Opponent's Level- 25
Their Weaknesses- Nothing in particular.
Recommended Team Level- 32

The opponents here are well balanced, so it won't be an easy task beating them.
You'll be relying mostly on your moves here to win. The goalie, King, often
starts with a Power Shield, so use a medium power shot, like Dragon Tornado or
Inazuma Drop. At the second shot, he'll probably use Full Power Shield, so use
Inazuma-1. As for their shots, it's mostly Hatch's Wrath Shot and sometimes
Death Zone and David's Emperor Penguin No. 2, which are counterable with God
Hand. Also, they usually dribble with Breakthrough, which means you have a high
chance to get free kick, so use it well and wisely.

After your victory, you'll obtain Hyper Bar, Royal Academy Kit and F-Death Zone
formation card. After a couple of scenes, the chapter ends.

 ___                                                                       ___
|   /=====================================================================\   |
|  /__                Chapter 7- The Return Of The Legends               __\  |
|    /                                                                   \    |
|/| /                                                                (CH7)\ |\|
  |/=======================================================================\|
  \/                                                                       \/
Task- Go to the soccer club room!
Chests- 0

Walkthrough- You'll start as usual at Mark's classroom. Head to the ground
floor and head out to the Tennis Courts.

|===================|
|Area- Tennis Courts|
|===================|
Task- Go to the soccer club room!
Chests- 0

Walkthrough- Upon reaching there, you may notice that the 3rd Year Building,
which was blocked by a bully is now open. So, let's head in there.

|==============================|
|Area- Raimon 3rd Year Building|
|==============================|
Task- Go to the soccer club room!
Chests- 3

Walkthrough- In this building, there are three floors. On the ground floor,
there are two rooms. Go into the room on the right and open the chest near the
piano for Super Water. Now head left and open the chest at the end of the
corridor for Falcon Shoes. Now head directly to the second floor.

Head into the left classroom for a chest containing Hyper Bar. Now head back to
the Tennis Court and then to the baseball field.

|====================|
|Area- Baseball Field|
|====================|
Task- Go to the soccer club room!
Chests- 4

Walkthrough- Go into the Martial Arts Club which is at the lower left part of
the area. Open the chest at the left of the stairs for B-Breakthrough battle
card. On the second floor, open the two chests there for Flurry Kit and Fake
Ball move manual. Also, talk to the guy standing at the left of the door
leading to the club to recruit him in the team. On the third floor, open the
chest at the lower right corner of the club area for 412 Prestige Points. Now
get out and go to the club room area.

|================|
|Area- Club Rooms|
|================|
Task- Go to the soccer club room!
Chests- 1

Walkthrough- Go into the club room for a scene, after which Nathan joins you.
Head out and take the chest on the right of the path which leads to the pitch
for Stamina Bar.

|==================|
|Area- School Pitch|
|==================|
Task- Go to the school pitch to practice!
Chests- 0

Walkthrough- Just go to the pitch and talk to the guy there. Now you have to go
to the river bank. So, let's go.

|================|
|Area- River Bank|
|================|
Task- Find Mr Sweet by the river bank!
Chests- 1

Walkthrough- Just follow the road into the next area to trigger a scene. After
this you will receive Manager Notes, which contain hints about the persons you
are looking for. You've also unlocked a route on the Connection Map by this.
Now head to the lower left corner of the area to find a chest which contains
Hyper Bar (why am I listing all this stuff). Now head out from this area to the
Tower/Station. It's your choice actually, it doesn't matter.

|===========|
|Area- Tower|
|===========|
Task- Find the Veterans!
Chests- 0

Walkthrough- Go to the tower through the stairs to initiate a scene. After the
scene, head out to the Station area.

|=============|
|Area- Station|
|=============|
Task- Find the Veterans!
Chests- 0

Walkthrough- It's the same story, over and over again. Just enter, and then
exit the area to the Shopping Area.

|===================|
|Area- Shopping Area|
|===================|
Task- Find the Veterans!
Chests- 2

Walkthrough- Aah, finally, the shop's open. Go in if you want. If not, then
head to the Golden Temple area and follow the alley to the right for Fine
Veggies. Now head back to the main area and follow the path to right. At the
lower pink path, there is a Bronze Shield Pendant. Now head into the arcade.

After the scene, enter the shop. After yet one more scene, head to the river
bank.

|================|
|Area- River Bank|
|================|
Task- Go and talk to Mr Sweet again!
Chests- 0

Walkthrough- Just head to the pitch there and talk to Mr Sweet for yet (grrr)
another scene. Now go to Mark's house.

|==================|
|Area- Mark's House|
|==================|
Task- Get the gloves from Mark's house!
Chests- 2

Walkthrough- Go to the left of the playground for a chest in the front of a
house. Open it for Fine Veggies. Now go to Mark's house, but don't enter it.
Instead, follow the path to the right to find Stamina Bar. Now enter Mark's
house. After the scene, you'll receive Souvenir Gloves and have also unlocked a
route on the Connection Map. Now head out to Mr Builder.

|===================|
|Area- Shopping Area|
|===================|
Task- Go to the sports shop!
Chests- 1

Walkthrough- Go to the sports shop and talk to Mr Builder to finally complete
the task, erm, I wrote too early. Now head to the warehouse and enter it for a
match with the legendary Inazuma Veterans. But first, open the chest at the
right of the warehouse door for Hyper Bar. Now, head in.

Erm, what the..., bah I do write too soon. Anyways, now that I've proven myself
a total dork, you have to go up against the Shuriken four man squad. It's just
like Otaku Geeks actually, just use the specials to win. After a couple of
scenes, you'll end up at Raimon. Your task now is to head to the warehouse.

|===================|
|Area- Shopping Area|
|===================|
Task- Go to the secret warehouse!
Chests- 0

Walkthrough- Upon entering the warehouse, you are challenged for a friendly
against Inazuma Veterans (why didn't it happened sooner).

 ___                                                                       ___
|   /---------------------------------------------------------------------\   |
|  /_                      Match- Raimon VS. Veterans                     _\  |
|/| /                                                                     \ |\|
  |/                                                                       \|
  \/-----------------------------------------------------------------------\/
Opponent's Level- 34
Their Weaknesses- A little low on defence moves.
Recommended Team Level- 38

WHAT? We are facing a team of old men, and that too a team of STRONG old men.
You gotta be kidding me. Meh. Anyway, the opponent here has no general weakness
of theirs, except for a trifle deficiency of defence moves on the left and
middle. Their shots are quite powerful though, you have to watch out for them.
Fortunately enough, Mark now has Majin The Hand, which is able to block most,
if not all of the shots they take. Talking about goalies, the opponent's
goalie, Hillman is also quite a bit of a powerhouse. Try not to go soft on him,
you'll regret it. Kevin's pretty useless here, so you'll be probably relying on
Axel. Don't hold back and hesitate in using special moves and you'll be fine. I
almost forgot one thing, you can simply lose this match if you want, although
you may miss your best and sure shot chance of obtaining the Classic Kit.

After the win, you'll receive Classic Kit and Fine Veggies. A route on the
Connection Map is unlocked as well. Talk to Mr Builder to arrive to the match
day. Head to the station and board the train to start the match.

 ___                                                                       ___
|   /---------------------------------------------------------------------\   |
|  /_                      Match- Raimon VS. Shuriken                     _\  |
|/| /                                                                     \ |\|
  |/                                                                       \|
  \/-----------------------------------------------------------------------\/
Opponent's Level- 28
Their Weaknesses- Left flank devoid of defence moves, susceptible to TP drain
due to possession of high TP draining moves.
Recommended Team Level- 35

If you beat the Veterans or at least managed to score one goal, you'll be
pretty fine in this match. Put Nathan up front if you want, he'll score a goal
for sure with his Fire Rooster. If you're having problems with the match, try
to drain the key players of their TP, as they usually have the moves which use
up a lot of TP.

After the match, you'll receive Fine Veggies, Shuriken Kit and F-Crane Wings
formation card. Save and continue on to the next chapter.

 ___                                                                       ___
|   /=====================================================================\   |
|  /__                 Chapter 8- Break The Infinite Wall                __\  |
|    /                                                                   \    |
|/| /                                                                (CH8)\ |\|
  |/=======================================================================\|
  \/                                                                       \/
As usual, you'll start at Mark's classroom. And yet again, a route on the
Connection Map is unlocked (why am I listing THIS anyway). Now you have to
(again as usual) to the club room. But first, some chests awaits you.

|==============================|
|Area- Raimon 2nd Year Building|
|==============================|
Task- Go to the club room!
Chests- 1

Walkthrough- Go to the 2nd floor and then to the Principal's office for Super
Water. Then head out through the door which leads to the Tennis Courts.

|===================|
|Area- Tennis Courts|
|===================|
Task- Go to the club room!
Chests- 1

Walkthrough- At the upper right corner of the area, there's a teacher standing.
At the left of the guy is the chest containing Fine Veggies. Now head left to
the baseball field.

|====================|
|Area- Baseball Field|
|====================|
Task- Go to the club room!
Chests- 2

Walkthrough- At the field, go to the left most part of the field to obtain
Utter Gutsiness Bat move manual. Now head into the Martial Arts Club Room.

In there, go to the 2nd floor and into the club to find a chest containing
Prestige Gloves at the upper left corner. Now head to the club room.

|================|
|Area- Club Rooms|
|================|
Task- Go to the club room!
Chests- 0

Walkthrough- Just go into the club room to initiate a cutscene. After that, you
have to go to the pitch to practice. Go there.

|==================|
|Area- Soccer Pitch|
|==================|
Task- Go and practice at the pitch!
Chests- 1

Walkthrough- Enter the area for a scene (so much for practice). Anyways, at the
upper right corner of the area is a chest containing Super Water. Take it and
head into the 2nd year building.

|==============================|
|Area- Raimon 2nd Year Building|
|==============================|
Task- Go to Nelly's office!
Chests- 0

Walkthrough- Just head into Nelly's office for a scene, after which you've to
go to the tower. Head out there.

|===========|
|Area- Tower|
|===========|
Task- Go to the tower!
Chests- 1

Walkthrough- Go to the guy with the cycle and open the chest at the left of him
for Fine Veggies. Now head upstairs. After the scene, you have to go back to
Nelly's office, so head there.

One more important thing, you may now be challenged for defend-the-ball soccer
battles.

|==============================|
|Area- Raimon 2nd Year Building|
|==============================|
Task- Go to Nelly's office!
Chests- 0

Walkthrough- Go to the office for a scene, after which a chase sequence starts.
Don't get your hopes up though, if you've played any RPG title like this, you
perhaps know what is to come. Anyways, head out from the Raimon, following the
thief.

|=========|
|Area- Gym|
|=========|
Task- Catch the thief!
Chests- 6

Walkthrough- After you enter this area, head to the small blue roofed room (not
the gym building) at the lower area and open the chest there for Ocean Kit. Now
go to the gym building and open the chest at the left of the door for F-Dot
Prison formation card. Now head into the gym.

Near the upper left corner, there's a chest which has Blue Sky Boots. Now head
up through the stairs on the right of the door. Go to the stands and talk to
the guy there to get him in your team. Now continue on to the upper right part
of the area for a chest which has 375 Prestige Points. Now head out into the
gang hideout.

When in the hideout, go to the lower part of it and take the Afterimage manual.
After that, continue to the sweet shop.

After the ensuing scene, take the chest for F-Bow and Arrow formation card at
the footpath, then follow the road (up, down or right) to arrive at the soccer
pitch via the map selection screen. After that, head to the club room. You've
also unlocked a route on the Connection Map.

|================|
|Area- Club Rooms|
|================|
Task- Go to the secret warehouse!
Chests- 3

Walkthrough- Just head to the hospital, and then to the grassy part at the
right for a Clone Faker move manual. Now, head inside the hospital and take the
Super Water at the left corner of the area. Now go to the 2nd floor and take
the Hyper Bar at the end of the corridor. Now head to the Shopping Area.

|===================|
|Area- Shopping Area|
|===================|
Task- Go to the secret warehouse!
Chests- 5

Walkthrough- Go to the Golden Temple and take the B-Lance battle card which is
at the right of Samantha. Now get back to the main area.

Go into the maid cafe and take the Pretty Gloves there. Now head out and take
the Shot Pocket manual which is at the right of the entrance of arcade. Now
head into the arcade.

Once in the arcade, head into the game shop. You'll find it just behind the
arguing mother and son. Take the 750 Prestige Points there (woo hoo! stealing
from a shop!). Now, head directly into the warehouse for a scene. Now go to the
lower right part of the area and take the B-Triangle battle card. Now head to
Mark's house.

|==================|
|Area- Mark's House|
|==================|
Task- Return to Mark's House!
Chests- 1

Walkthrough- Take the Dirt Ball move manual from the park and then head into
Mark's home. After the scene, you'll obtain Mysterious Key. Head to the soccer
club room to find out the door for this key (boy, and I was the only fool who
sought the right key for the lock/door).

|================|
|Area- Club Rooms|
|================|
Task- Find the right door for the key!
Chests- 0 (errr...)

Walkthrough- After the scene, you'll have Jude Sharp in your party. You've also
unlocked a route on the Connection Map. You've also obtained the manual for
Inazuma Break (don't use it yet though). Now head to the soccer pitch.

|================|
|Area- Club Rooms|
|================|
Task- Go to the hospital!
Chests- 0

Walkthrough- After the (rather long) scene, go to the hospital.

After you enter the 1st floor, a scene starts, after which you'll end up at the
warehouse. Talk to Coach Hillman to finally arrive at the match day. Now go to
the station.

|=============|
|Area- Station|
|=============|
Task- Go to the station!
Chests- 1

Walkthrough- Take the chest in front of the store. Heal up your team and board
the train to Farm. Put Axel, Jude and Mark in your starting line up if you
haven't done it already.

 ___                                                                       ___
|   /---------------------------------------------------------------------\   |
|  /_                        Match- Raimon VS. Farm                       _\  |
|/| /                                                                     \ |\|
  |/                                                                       \|
  \/-----------------------------------------------------------------------\/
Opponent's Level- 31
Their Weaknesses- Weak offence, high TP draining moves, low TP, no defence
moves for the strikers.
Recommended Team Level- 38

The team, as hinted loads of times, is a master of defence. Therefore, there
defence is quite solid, with fancy strong moves and high level defenders and
goalkeeper (at least in comparison to their strikers and midfielders). Since
you've learnt a move specifically to counter their defence, therefore it's a
granted that you'll score with this move. and that move is... you guessed it,
the Inazuma Break, done by Jude. So, try to get him to the goal and take the
shot with the Inazuma Break. The rest is just defending (if you want to play
safe). Or, if you want, you can score some more. Just don't let them near your
goal as much as possible and you'll be fine. On the other hand, they have quite
a set of moves, which are VERY strong. They include Whirlwind Cut and Harvest,
which almost always wins out. The good news is that these moves take up a lot
of TP, so they won't be able to use them for more than two times.

After you win, you'll gain Fine Veggies, Farm Kit and F-Infinite Wall formation
card. Watch the scene (long time since a voiced cinematic showed up) and then
save the game.

 ___                                                                       ___
|   /=====================================================================\   |
|  /__                   Chapter 9- No Man Is An Island                  __\  |
|    /                                                                   \    |
|/| /                                                                (CH9)\ |\|
  |/=======================================================================\|
  \/                                                                       \/
As usual, a route on the Connection Map is unlocked. Now you have to go to the
soccer pitch. But first, head into the library for a chest which contains Hyper
Bar. Now head out to the pitch.

|==================|
|Area- Soccer Pitch|
|==================|
Task- Practice on the school pitch!
Chests- 

Walkthrough- Just go down the stairs for a scene. After the scene finishes,
you'll be only controlling Mark. This means no soccer battles, which further
means it's chest hunting time! Leave the area and go to Mark's House.

Note- I know that some of the chests which I'm gonna list here now were
unlocked before. I'm listing them now because now is the best time to collect
the chests as there'll be no interference from the side of opponents. You may,
however tell me the exact chapter at which a chest was unlocked, I'd really
appreciate it.

|==================|
|Area- Mark's House|
|==================|
Task- Go to the Flash Training Facility!
Chests- 0

Walkthrough- Talk to the little girl in the park to obtain Cycling Club Key.
Now head to the Shopping Area.

|===================|
|Area- Shopping Area|
|===================|
Task- Go to the Flash Training Facility!
Chests- 1

Walkthrough- Go inside Raijin Models and take the Rodeo Clown move manual. Now
head to the river bank.

|================|
|Area- River Bank|
|================|
Task- Go to the Flash Training Facility!
Chests- 2

Walkthrough- Go down the first set of stairs and take the 1050 Prestige Points
which are on the right of the stairs. Now go back up and follow the road for
Lucky Bracelet. Now head to the tower.

|===========|
|Area- Tower|
|===========|
Task- Go to the Flash Training Facility!
Chests- 1

Walkthrough- Go to the lover boy at the upper right corner for a chest which
contains Freeze Shot move manual. Now go back to Raimon and head to the club
room area.

|================|
|Area- Club Rooms|
|================|
Task- Go to the Flash Training Facility!
Chests- 2

Walkthrough- When you reach here, head straight to the Cycling club. Open the
two chests there for Fine Veggies and 500 Prestige Points. Now head to the
baseball field.

|====================|
|Area- Baseball Field|
|====================|
Task- Go to the Flash Training Facility!
Chests- 2

Walkthrough- Head into the Martial Arts club room and take the Super Water at
the ground floor. Now go to the 2nd floor and take the Wild Claw manual there.
Now head to the Tennis Courts.

|===================|
|Area- Tennis Courts|
|===================|
Task- Go to the Flash Training Facility!
Chests- 2

Walkthrough- Go to the courts and take the Master Shoes from the chest in the
upper left corner of the court. Now go into the 3rd year building and then to
the 1st floor. Take the corridor to the right and open the chest there for Mole
Fake move manual. Now head out to the swimming pool.

|===================|
|Area- Swimming Pool|
|===================|
Task- Go to the Flash Training Facility!
Chests- 3

Walkthrough- Go to the swimming pool and open the chest at the upper left
corner of the pool for Mineral Water. Now head into the changing room and open
the chest in front of boy's room for Swimming Club Key. Now go to the comic
club and take the Sacred Bracelet from the left of the club's wall. Now head
to the gym.

|=========|
|Area- Gym|
|=========|
Task- Go to the Flash Training Facility!
Chests- 2

Walkthrough- Go to the small white thing at the lower part of the area and open
the chest there for a Defence Scan move manual. Now head into the gym.

At the lower left part, there are stairs leading up. At the right of those
stairs is a chest containing Fine Veggies.

Now that our chest hunt is over, we can finally move on to the story. Head to
the Flash Training Facility for a scene, after which you've to go to the tower.

|===========|
|Area- Tower|
|===========|
Task- Go to the tower!
Chests- 0

Walkthrough- Just head up the tower for a scene, after which you've to head
back to the club room. Do so. Oh, and don't forget to put the camera back to
its original position with L/R buttons. After the ensuing scene, go to the
newspaper club. After talking to Nathan, you've to go to library to talk to
Tod. Do so and he'll tell you your next destination; the river bank. Go there
and talk to Jack, who's at the pitch. Go there and after the scene, head back
to Raimon. After the ensuing scene, you'll learn a new move and have unlocked
a route on the Connection Map. Go to club room and talk to Silvia to start a
scene. Go to the station after that and board the train to start the long
awaited match.

As a side note, you can recruit a player now from the hospital. Be sure to have
Bobby Shearer in your party and visit the hospital for a scene, after which he
joins your team. This also unlocks a route on the Connection Map.

 ___                                                                       ___
|   /---------------------------------------------------------------------\   |
|  /_                      Match- Raimon VS. Kirkwood                     _\  |
|/| /                                                                     \ |\|
  |/                                                                       \|
  \/-----------------------------------------------------------------------\/
Opponent's Level- 31
Their Weaknesses- High TP consuming moves, right offence flank devoid of
dribbling moves.
Recommended Team Level- 40

Kirkwood has no particular weaknesses, so expect it to be a tough match. They
do have some very high level moves, like Hurricane Arrows and Boost Glider,
which are sure to give you a headache. But these two moves take up a lot of TP,
so expect them to be out soon. Also, Tyler and Moore do not have a dribbling
move, so they can be easily dealt with in terms of ball stealing. Their goalie
too, is a nuisance. His Counter Strike can stop even the Inazuma Break,
sometimes. Luckily enough, he uses it very rarely and it also drains him of his
TP real quick, so try to use weak shots against him if he starts using Counter
Strike.

After you win, you'll obtain Fine Veggies (looks like this is the best they've
got), Kirkwood Kit and F-Free March formation card. Save the game and continue
on to the final chapter.

 ___                                                                       ___
|   /=====================================================================\   |
|  /__                   Chapter 9- The Last Battle Awaits               __\  |
|    /                                                                   \    |
|/| /                                                                (CH0)\ |\|
  |/=======================================================================\|
  \/                                                                       \/
The chapter starts as usual with a scene, after which a route on the Connection
Map is unlocked. Now you have to go to the hospital, which, right now, is the
best thing to do. So, go there.

|================|
|Area- Club Rooms|
|================|
Task- Go to the hospital!
Chests- 2

Walkthrough- Go to the back gate and open the chest at the right of the gate
for Whirlwind move manual. Now head to the hospital.

Take the Fine Veggies in front of the ambulance and then try to enter the
hospital. After the ensuing scene, head up to Julia's room. After this, go out
to help the two girls. Also, you've unlocked yet another route on the
Connection Map (and I thought it was finally over). After one more scene, you
have to go to tower for one more scene. So, let's go.

|===========|
|Area- Tower|
|===========|
Task- Find the governor at the tower!
Chests- 0

Walkthrough- Just head up to the tower and talk to Sonny. After the talk, you
will.... arrgh, just another route. Now that everything's settled, you've to go
to the club room to get this match started. Just as Mark said, train finely,
you're gonna need it. After you've trained to your satisfaction, head to the
club room and talk to Silvia. After the funny scene (poor Silvia), head to the
station.

|=============|
|Area- Station|
|=============|
Task- Head to the station!
Chests- 0

Walkthrough- Just board the train to Zeus.

After your arrival to the Zeus stadium, take the Inazuma Gloves from the chest
at your right. Then take a right from the reception and go to the locker room
to take the Plain Bracelet. This is the ultimate thing you'd sought. This
bracelet allows you to roam around without worrying about the battles. This
means, good riddance from those pesky battles. Yes. Take note of the
Rejuvenation Point at the right and recharge your team up if needed. Now get
out of the room and follow the path to the left for Hyper Bar. Now if you want
to continue with the story, then head up the stairs. But if you want to do
anything else, then you can go back to the city. Whatever you do, head up the
stairs to initiate a scene. After seeing the stadium just dropping down from
the sky, enter it. Proceed through the Zeus stadium gates.

Once inside, go straight, left then right. Talk to the man to get inside the
changing room. After the scene, you've to take control of the girls and do
some real important work to help you win the match. So let's go. Head out from
the changing room and go up to find Zeus's changing room at the left side. Too
bad though, it's locked. Go down, then right for a scene. Now go back and then
down. Open the door at the right to enter the guard room. After the scene (why
we don't have cops like him I wonder), go to the door which was previously
guarded by those two black suit guys. After the dialogues, you'll take control
of the team and will play against Zeus.

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|   /---------------------------------------------------------------------\   |
|  /_                  Match- Raimon VS. Zeus: 1st Half                   _\  |
|/| /                                                                     \ |\|
  |/                                                                       \|
  \/-----------------------------------------------------------------------\/
opponent's Level- 35
Their Weaknesses- No defence moves for almost all the strikers and midfielders,
extremely high TP consuming moves (not that it matters in the first half).
Recommended Team Level- 45

Kindly allow me to start with two great words for the opponent goalkeeper
Poseidon: THE JERK. That was the least of what I think of him, so, yeah. He's
sooo powerful, he can stop many of the special moves without using his special
moves. His moves are also insanely powerful, he can even stop Inazuma Break
nine out of ten times. All the other players too, are quite powerful,
especially Aphrodite and Hephaestus. Aphrodite's God Knows can't be stopped
even by Triple Defence sometimes. They also possess dribbling moves like Dash
Storm and Heaven's Time and defence moves like Divine Stamp, which are one of
the most powerful moves in the game. And on top of that, they do not run out of
TP! The bottom line, just try to hold them off for the first half, and unless
you are sure, don't try to score, Poseidon will stop it and you'll lose TP for
nothing. And to be sure, train at least the strikers and the defenders to 40
level, my Kevin scored with a Dragon Tornado when he was at 42 against Tsunami
Wall, although it might've been a fluke. Don't hesitate to use powerful defence
moves against them, they sometimes seem to do the trick, like Steve's Cyclone,
Jude's Spinning Cut or Nathan's Clone Faker.

|Zeus Corridor|

After the 1st half ends, you'll again take control of the girls. Head straight
to the Zeus' changing room and open the door. After the scene, the second half
starts.

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|   /---------------------------------------------------------------------\   |
|  /_                  Match- Raimon VS. Zeus: 2st Half                   _\  |
|/| /                                                                     \ |\|
  |/                                                                       \|
  \/-----------------------------------------------------------------------\/
Now that the Zeus too lose TP while using their moves (all thanks to the
handiwork done by the girls, through you of course), you've much more better
chance of winning the match. Move fast and drain the key players of their TP.
Focus especially on the jerk, errr, Poseidon. Try to use Jude for the scoring,
he has the elemental advantage, besides having Inazuma Break. Win the match
and congrats, you've beaten the game! YAAY! But, there's still so much to do,
so let's get on with it. After the ending credits, save the game and then load
it. You'll start outside the club room. Silvia will come out and tell you about
the new matches, which are available via governor, Sonny Raimon. Go to the
headmaster's office and talk to him to get started. Refer to the New Matches
(Sonny) section for tips.

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|   /=====================================================================\   |
|  /__                       Aftermath And Bonuses                       __\  |
|    /                                                                   \    |
|/| /                                                                (AFT)\ |\|
  |/=======================================================================\|
  \/                                                                       \/
Now that you've beaten the story, the following is unlocked for the taking:

1. As stated above, you can now play new matches via Sonny Raimon, who's at the
headmaster's room. The teams are now a composite of the players from the whole
game and are more tough than they used to be. Also, four of the teams require
you to make a connect team of each of the four elements. So, get scouting if
you haven't already.

2. The final five locks on the Connection Map have been removed, so you can
scout the remaining players if you want.

3. Mr Veteran at the Raimon (the one who stands near the 2nd Year Building)
now sells some of the best move manuals.

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|   /=====================================================================\   |
|  /__                       Other Ways Of Soccer                        __\  |
|    /                                                                   \    |
|/| /                                                                (OTH)\ |\|
  |/=======================================================================\|
  \/                                                                       \/
Throughout the game, you'll unlock many features which will help you in the
game. All of these 'other ways' are covered in this section. And the first up
is (drum beats)-

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|   /---------------------------------------------------------------------\   |
|  /_                      Recruiting System (Celia)                      _\  |
|/| /                                                                     \ |\|
  |/                                                                  (CEL)\|
  \/-----------------------------------------------------------------------\/
After Celia Hills joins the soccer club, which would be at chapter 2, you can
scout players for your team through her. The students will be from various
clubs around the school, so you can scout a player which you fought earlier in
a soccer battle. There are two options from which you can choose to search,
the Connection Map and manual search. The Connection Map is a web-like chart
from where you start with one man whom you know. When you scout him, you get
to know about two/three more. You scout them out too, then your circle of 
friends increases, and so on till you know everyone on the list. However, there
are two catches, first, the locks. These are certain blockades which are opened
only after completing a certain storyline event or by befriending someone
specific. The second is the requirement for some scoutable players. Some of
them require your team to be on a specific level and some others of them are
required to be searched by the search by name function, on which I'm coming to.

The second option available for scouting players is through typing their names
directly in the Search By Name option. This option allows you to scout players
more precisely. You can also search using certain criteria such as element,
field positions, speciality, clubs etc. These options too help out in finding a
particular type of player for your team. For instance, suppose you have to make
a team of Air element players. By using the search criteria, you can scout out
air element players only. How you mix and match'em up is entirely up to you.
After you choose a player, you will be given a location of the player, where
you've to go in order to meet up with that guy.

Although this all sounds fantastically fun and all, but in this greedy world,
nothing's free. Nope, not at all. You have to use Friendship Points (obtained
via matches and battles) to recruit a player. Also, when you talk to the
player you've scouted out, you've to play a battle match against him. If you
win, then only you can add him to the roster. If you lose though, you can again
come back and have a rematch with him. He'll be there, unless you decide and
scout out another player of course.

The bottom line: The Connection Map is faster, but it will net you weak players
at the start, so unless you've been scouting early on, you'll have a hard time
in obtaining strong players through Connection Map. Manual search is slower but
you can search out for strong players with it. What you use is up to you.

I almost forgot to mention it, but you can check the status of the scouting by
going to Menu, then to Info, then Status.

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|   /---------------------------------------------------------------------\   |
|  /_                      Recruiting System (Nelly)                      _\  |
|/| /                                                                     \ |\|
  |/                                                                  (NEL)\|
  \/-----------------------------------------------------------------------\/
After Nelly Raimon joins the soccer club, you'll be able to scout players from
your previous rival teams. In the beginning, there will be only three teams,
but as you progress further in the storyline, more teams will be unlocked. Now
where's the catch? The catch is this: you can't scout certain players, like
Jude Sharp from Royal Academy, Poseidon and Aphrodite from Zeus etc. Other
players, as far as I've tested, are scoutable. Just like Celia, you can also
call Nelly to check on the scouting progress. Also, just like Celia's scouting,
you've to use Friendship Points to recruit a player. After Nelly gives you the
whereabouts of the player, just go there and talk to the guy and he'll join the
team, which is a good deviation from Celia's scouting way.

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|   /---------------------------------------------------------------------\   |
|  /_                         Rematches (Silvia)                          _\  |
|/| /                                                                     \ |\|
  |/                                                                  (SIL)\|
  \/-----------------------------------------------------------------------\/
At the start of chapter 3, you'll unlock the Extra Competition Route, through
which you can play matches against the team which you've beaten earlier. The
teams will be buffed up a little, which means you'll get a bigger and better
challenge than the previous showdown. There are two routes in it, first the
regional tournament route, which will be fully unlocked only after chapter 
and the other after you beat the game. After you clear a route, you'll be given
a reward based on how well you did, which brings me up to the next topic, rank.

There are four ranks total in this route, which are given according to the
difference with which you won the match. These are-
1 goal difference- B
2 goal difference- B
3 goal difference- A
4 goal difference- A
5 goal difference- S
If you gain S ranks in all the matches of the route, you'll gain special move
manuals, which are Winged Boots and Clone Block for normal and S ranks in 1st
route respectively and Inazuma Boots and Inazuma-1 Drop for normal and S ranks
for 2nd routes respectively.

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|   /---------------------------------------------------------------------\   |
|  /_                         New Matches (Sonny)                         _\  |
|/| /                                                                     \ |\|
  |/                                                                  (SON)\|
  \/-----------------------------------------------------------------------\/
After you beat the game, you'll be informed by Silvia that new matches are
available, which can be accessed by talking to Sonny Raimon in the principal's
office. The teams which you'll face are quite strong (Fallen Zeus is at a
whooping 80 level!), so you'll get the best challenge of the game. Also, there
are four teams which will only play you when you've made a team of each of the
elements; air, fire, wood and earth. Therefore, you're required to scout out
the players of these elements. Just like the rematches offered by Silvia, these
routes also have ranks. If you win by S ranks in all the matches, then you'll
be getting a super special item, something which even I haven't got yet. So if
anyone beats any of the route on S rank, please do inform me about the prize.

Here are the list of the teams which you'll be facing. I've taken up the 1st
route, which leads to Fallen Zeus and then the 2nd route. I've also listed the
players I used for the elemental matches.

Strategy coming soon.

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|   /---------------------------------------------------------------------\   |
|  /_                     The Flash Training Facility                     _\  |
|/| /                                                                     \ |\|
  |/                                                                  (TFT)\|
  \/-----------------------------------------------------------------------\/
At the near end of chapter 4, you'll unlock the Flash Training Facility, where
you can work on specific skills. This facility offers 6 courses, which allows
you to work on specific skills. The courses and what they increase are given as
follows:
1. Attack Course     |Raises Kick and Body
2. Defence Course    |Raises Guard
3. Speed Course      |Raises Speed
4. Technique Course  |Raises Body and Control
5. Strength Course   |Raises Guts and Stamina
6. Special Course    |Raises FP and TP

After you select a course, you'll be sent inside a maze like area where a man/
chest is present. You can only proceed when you've defeated the team/taken the
item in that room. At the end of the area (which is always random), you've to
face a team made up of the players from the teams which you've previously
beaten. After you've beaten them, you'll complete the training and will receive
a boost in the stat which you've trained for. Beware though, if you lose a
match at any point, you'll be disqualified from the training and will have to
start over again. Also, the training becomes progressively harder when you
complete a chapter of the story.

As for the tips for surviving this training, these are the tips (something
smells fishy here...):
1. Don't hesitate to use your special moves. Better lose TP than match.
2. Some rooms have chests in them which contain edible items. They are handy
for restoring TP and FP. Use them if you need.
3. Before talking to the guy in the last room, i.e. a big soccer field, make
sure your team members are fully charged and match ready by using consumables
from the inventory.

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|   /=====================================================================\   |
|  /__                             The Lists                             __\  |
|    /                                                                   \    |
|/| /                                                                (LST)\ |\|
  |/=======================================================================\|
  \/                                                                       \/
Here is all the stuff, which probably anyone won't even have a look on, but
still, a RPG guide doesn't look complete without a list section. So, here I am,
carrying the weight of the tradition (sigh).
First up, is the list of all the wares which the Inazuma Town has available in
the shops, what it costs and what it does in short.
In the columns where moves are detailed, I've written G1, G2 etc. in parenthe-
sis. This indicates the power of the move. For example, G1 means grade 1 move,
which is not much powerful. The highest ranking moves are graded G3 and the
rare moves are rated R.

------------------------------------------------------------
     |Location: Raimon 2nd Year Building- Ground Floor|
------------------------------------------------------------
1. Milk                |      10       |Restores 20 FP
2. Rice Ball           |      10       |Restores 20 TP
3. Mineral Water       |      25       |Restores 25 FP
4. Cookie Bar          |      30       |Restores 30 TP
5. Regular Shoes       |      80       |Control +2
6. Impact Shoes        |      80       |Kick +2
7. Graft Boots         |      570      |Kick +4
8. Youth Gloves        |      250      |Guard +2 (Keeper)
9. Dirty Bracelets     |      100      |Guts +1

------------------------------------------------------------
           |Location: Station- Convenience Store|
------------------------------------------------------------
1. Milk                |     10        |Restores 20 FP
2. Rice Ball           |     10        |Restores 20 TP
3. Mineral Water       |     25        |Restores 25 FP
4. Cookie Bar          |     30        |Restores 30 TP
5. Health Bracelet     |     200       |Control +2
6. Popular Bracelet    |     100       |Stamina +2
7. Rain Kit            |     500       |Just a kit
8. Battle Kit          |     500       |Just a kit
9. Flurry Dash         |     150       |Dribble Move (G1)
10. Fireball Knuckle   |     150       |Goalkeep Move (G1)
11. Pressure Punch     |     200       |Goalkeep Move (G1)
12. Spiral Shot        |     200       |Shoot Move (G1)
13. Black Magic        |     200       |Dribble Move (G1)
14. Killer Slide       |     150       |Defence Move (G1)
15. Coil Turn          |     150       |Defence Move (G1)
16. Killer Blade       |     150       |Goalkeep Move (G1)
17. Whirlwind Twister  |     200       |Dribble Move (G1)
18. Teleport Shot      |     250       |Shoot Move (G1)
19. Ghost Pull         |     200       |Defence Move (G1)

------------------------------------------------------------
        |Location: Shopping Area- Convenience Store|
------------------------------------------------------------
1. Milk                |     10        |Restores 20 FP
2. Rice Ball           |     10        |Restores 20 TP
3. Fine Veggies        |     400       |Restores Full TP & FP
4. Sports Drink        |     70        |Restores  FP
5. Super Water         |     140       |Restores Full FP
6. Stamina Bar         |     150       |Restores  TP
7. Hyper Bar           |     300       |Restores Full TP
8. Strength Bracelet   |     300       |Body +4
9. Shield Bracelet     |     500       |Guard +7
10. Safety Bracelet    |     800       |Guard +10
11. Courage Bracelet   |     800       |Body +10
12. Life Bracelet      |     800       |Stamina +10
13. Bewildered         |     650       |Dribble Move (G1)
14. Meteor Attack      |     300       |Shoot Move (G1)
15. Power Shield       |     600       |Goalkeep Move (G1)
16. Wrath Shot         |     400       |Shoot Move (G1)
17. Cross Drive        |     650       |Shoot Move (G1)
18. Kung Fu Header     |     700       |Shoot Move (G1)
19. Attack Scan        |     600       |Dribble Move (G1)
20. Patriot Shot       |     750       |Shoot Move (G1)
21. Breakthrough       |     1200      |Dribble Move (G1)
22. Illusion Ball      |     650       |Dribble Move (G1)
23. Heat Tackle        |     650       |Dribble Move (G1)
24. Twin Boost         |     1400      |Shoot Move (G2)

------------------------------------------------------------
              |Location: Station- Sports Shop|
------------------------------------------------------------
1. Youth Boots         |     400       |Speed +3
2. Blue Sky Boots      |     200       |Kick +4
3. Smart Boots         |     900       |Kick +6
4. Prestige Gloves     |     2200      |Guard +8
5. Techno Kit          |     500       |Just a kit
6. Intense Kit         |     500       |Just a kit
7. Abyss Kit           |     500       |Just a kit
8. Fortified Kit       |     500       |Just a kit

------------------------------------------------------------
            |Location: Station- Big Sports Shop|
------------------------------------------------------------
1. Falcon Shoes        |     1700      |Speed +8
2. Spirit Boots        |     300       |Guts +4
3. Prestige Boots      |     1700      |Kick +8
4. Victory Boots       |     1250      |Speed +7
5. Wish Bracelet       |     850       |Control +6
6. Fervour Bracelet    |     2200      |Guts +9
7. Prestige Kit        |     500       |Just a kit
8. Sunset Kit          |     500       |Just a kit
9. Clawed Kit          |     500       |Just a kit
10. Kung Fu Kit        |     500       |Just a kit

------------------------------------------------------------
          |Location: Raimon Outskirts- Sweet Shop|
------------------------------------------------------------
1. Mineral Water       |     25        |Restores 25 FP
2. Sports Drink        |     70        |Restores  FP
3. Cookie Bar          |     30        |Restores 30 TP
4. Stamina Bar         |     150       |Restores  TP
5. Youth Bracelet      |     200       |Guts +2
6. Guard Bracelet      |     200       |Guard +4
7. Sumo Stomp          |     150       |Defence Move (G1)
8. Spinning Shot       |     150       |Shoot Move (G1)
9. Tornado Catch       |     200       |Goalkeep Move (G1)
10. Grenade Shot       |     150       |Shoot Move (G1) 
11. Condor Dive        |     400       |Shoot Move (G1)
12. Monkey Turn        |     200       |Dribble Move (G1)
13. Tarzan Kick        |     300       |Shoot Move (G1)
14. The Wall           |     700       |Defence Move (G1)

------------------------------------------------------------
      |Location: Raimon Soccer Pitch Area- Mr Veteran|
------------------------------------------------------------
1. Wood Chopper        |     200       |Goalkeep Move (G1)
2. Poison Fog          |     250       |Dribble Move (G1)
3. Run Ball Run        |     650       |Shoot Move (G1)
4. About Face          |     600       |Defence Move (G1)
5. Spider Web          |     1200      |Defence Move (G2)
6. Mistral             |     600       |Goalkeep Move (G2)
7. Back Tornado        |     700       |Shoot Move (G1)
8. Shine Drive         |     1200      |Shoot Move (G2)
9. Cyclone             |     1300      |Defence Move (G2)
10. Blazing Knuckle    |     1300      |Goalkeep Move (G2)
11. Shadow Stitch      |     1300      |Defence Move (G2)
12. Full Power Shield  |     1200      |Goalkeep Move (G2)
13. Whirlwind Cut      |     1200      |Dribble Move (G2)
14. Moonsault          |     600       |Dribble Move (G1)
15. Rolling Hell       |     2400      |Dribble Move (G2)
16. Dash Storm         |     2400      |Dribble Move (G2)
17. Boost Glider       |     10000     |Dribble Move (R)
18. Mega Quake         |     2500      |Defence Move (G2) 
19. Divine Arrows      |     7000      |Shoot Move (G3)
20. Reflect Buster     |     3000      |Shoot Move (G2)
-----------------------------------------------------------



Next up is the list of all the Special Training spots:
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
1. Raimon 1st Year Building 1st Floor |  Stair Climbing        | Raises Stamina
2. Raimon Baseball Field Area         |  50 m Dash             | Raises Speed
3. Tower                              |  Bug Catching          | Raises Kick
4. River Bank                         |  Wall Volleys          | Raises Kick
5. Station                            |  Cone Dribbling        | Raises Body
6. Shopping Area                      |  Box Lifting           | Raises Guard
7. Shopping Area Pitch                |  Tire & Roller Pulling | Raises Guts
8. Mark's House                       |  Keepy-ups             | Raises Control
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

F-Phoenix formation card at Station.

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|   /=====================================================================\   |
|  /__                    Frequently Asked Questions                     __\  |
|    /                                                                   \    |
|/| /                                                                (FAQ)\ |\|
  |/=======================================================================\|
  \/                                                                       \/
In this section, I'll try to answer some of the general questions and some of
the user asked questions, if there are any.

Q1. Hey, you didn't replied to my mail, how rude (blows up a whole lot of...
you know...)?
A1. First of all, I believe this isn't a way to ask something. Try to be a
little calm, at least. Now, as for the question, for some unknown reasons, I
feel quite lazy in seeing mails. So, you may not get a reply out of the bat. It
may take a while (two days tops, I promise). Also, any stupid questions won't
be replied.

Q2. I saw a mistake in your guide man!
A2. Really? That's quite nice of you to notify me. However, please do mention
the mistake too, so that it can be corrected in the future version. You'll be
credited for this, too.

Q3. I think you should've done (insert something) like this...
A3. It's a RPG, so they can be different ways to do something. If you think
your startegy worked better than mine, feel free to drop a mail describing
the strategy in as much detail as you can. If your startegy is good, it'll
be included in the future version of this guide.

Q4. I'm stuck! What should I do?
A4. As far as I've seen, this is the most common question which turns up in a
guide writer's inbox. The first thing to do is to check whether your team is
at enough level to face the challenge or not, if you're talking about a match.
Next, please read the part of the guide associated with the part in which you
are stuck. Chances are, you might find the solution, lurking right there. If
you're pretty sure that you can't find the thing which you were looking for,
then mail me, and leave the rest to me.

Q5. Where can I download this game?
A5. Good heavens! Don't ask stuff like that. With FBI tailing every piracy
related stuff possible, talking about stuff like this will only brew trouble,
not coffee.

Q6. Your guide isn't up to the mark.
A6. Well, I tried my best, but since I'm not the best, I may have messed up.
PS- I don't think anyone would use this much of a nice sentence. It would be
more like... meh, I don't feel like writing stuff which will be censored out.

Q7. You missed out on a chest! It was there even before you mentioned it in the
guide!
A7. Yeah I know, I've missed some chests in perhaps chapter 7 and 8. It was
intentional actually, since at chapter 9, you get to play with only Mark in
your party, so it would've been easier to take those chests. Please do mail
the locations if you'd like to.

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|   /=====================================================================\   |
|  /__                           Final Whistle!                          __\  |
|    /                                                                   \    |
|/| /                                                                (FIN)\ |\|
  |/=======================================================================\|
  \/                                                                       \/
So, this is it boys and girls, the final whistle. I quite enjoyed writing this
guide, and I hope everybody who's reading this too enjoys it, by beating the
game or by, erm, the language (blushes). As per the tradition, I would now
express my heartiest thanks to the following-

Y'all, of course- For reading this guide.
My brother- For helping me with the game in many points and keeping me from
            losing my temper :P.
My father- Heh, if it wasn't for him, I wouldn't have even played this game,
           let alone writing a guide. So, thanks pops.
Level-5 and Nintendo- For making this game and also releasing a European
                      version of the game. You rule guys!
Jetspikefever and Mykas0- I took references from the guides written by both of
                          them for Japanese and European versions respectively.
                          You'll find their guides at the same page as this one
                          (at least on GameFAQs). Thank you guys for your
                          wonderful guides.
Myself- Hey, I wrote it, I put the pains in typing all this stuff, so might as
        well thank myself. Thanks Colt.45Magnum for the guide, and for the
        ASCII art! Yup, it was made by me, feel free to use it, if you liked it
        that much (which I suppose isn't gonna happen).

So long fellas, we'll meet again (perhaps in a guide for Inazuma Eleven 2).
Till then, believe in the game, and the game will believe in you, er, or was it
the other way round?
Goodbye, happy gaming and perhaps, soccer playing (overflow of tears).
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                                     THE END
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