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During each advertisment break, they display a graph for a stand-user. Unfortunately, some sub-groups don't translate it, and I can't understand what is written there except for the "speed" that is written with Katakana.

Can you please translate it?

And, what do the big capital letters (D, E, D, A, D and C) stand for?

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As my original comment suggested it is indeed a chart of power levels in certain points. The red marking stands for the power division, and it is graded accordingly with a A = Best E= lowest and anything in between.

After a short search I managed to find this image which includes the same stats system on the jojo wiki page, including the translation which is as following (The power levels included are for this card and not for the one you shown in your picture)

Stats are listed clockwise starting from the top

Stats

  • Destructive Power A
  • Speed E
  • Range A
  • Durability A
  • Precision E
  • Developmental Potential E

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  • In what order did you list them? Can you please match them one-by-one? – hkBattousai Jul 5 '14 at 0:53
  • From the top, then clockwise. So destruction is the top stat then the one to the right of it is speed and so on – Dimitri mx Jul 5 '14 at 0:54
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According to Dimitri's answer, the translations go as I added them to the image below.

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  • Durability? I was always sure the bottom one was to do with out of combat utility, because stands such as Mondatta's Thoth, D'arby's Osiris, and Joseph's Hermit Purple always scored very hightly in the bottom segment. I would say that this is a translation error because: 1) durability has never really been an attribute of stands since any damage done to the stand damages the user, and 2) non-combat trick stands score very high in this segment. – user28625 Oct 8 '16 at 14:32
  • @CameronPowell The bottom one is 持続力 jizokuryoku, which you can stick into a translation service or something if you care to check for yourself. I don't watch JoJo, but "durability" seems like a plausible translation. Perhaps alternatively something like "ability to remain active" or "persistence", depending on how stands work. – senshin Oct 9 '16 at 3:15
  • Durability is most definitely a stat. Bound Stands have A rank durability because the stand itself is functionally indestructible since they can't be damaged directly. – ZanathKariashi Dec 15 '16 at 21:24

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