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The chronology of JoJo adaptations goes like this: 1987-1989: Hirohiko Araki publishes the first two parts of JoJo's Bizarre Adventure, Phantom Blood and Battle Tendency. These parts both focus on the power of Hamon. 1989-1992: Araki publishes Part 3, Stardust Crusaders. While writing this part, Araki introduces the concept of Stands, and these go on to ...


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For legal questions such as these, it is always good to contact a copyright lawyer in your country. Laws regarding fair use, copyrights and the likes differ per country, and a copyright lawyer should be more than capable of answering your questions. And this answer should not be seen as legal advice. What you are describing is fan fiction/derivative work, ...


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The purpose of the torture dance was a weird thing revolving around something special. If you look at the art that comes in the dance, it indicates Narancia's, Mista's, and Fugo's stands tormenting Mario Zucchero. Narancia Ghirga-Aerosmith The art in the cut-scene indicates Aerosmith's bullets shooting towards him Mista Guido-Sex Pistols The art ...


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/TLDR So basically Jotaro out clevered a very arrogant Dio who actually had the power to (even before the JoeStar blood power up) wipe the floor with Jotaro. Then there was the stoptime: though Star Platinum had better precision and growth potential, Dio had way more exp using the World so he could use stoptime more and to a better degree of diversity and ...


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(spoilers for DIO's Diary, Vento Aureo, Phantom Blood, and StarDust Crusaders) Joseph never said that the stands were created or summoned directly through DIO's awakening, however he did say that ONLY the Joestar bloodline's stands stemmed from him, as he is indirectly a part of it by stealing Jonathan's body, in DIO's Diary: OverHeaven, he explains that ...


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My Explanation So, I think that due to someone using Hamon creates a Hamon current( ,similar to electricity,), and stands conduct Hamon, and I think that's how Old Joseph can send Hamon through his stand. I have also collected a paragraph from a Fandom page showing Ripple Transmission through Hermit Purple. Ripple Transmission Joseph has shown the ability to ...


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Approximately 50,000 years ago, a meteorite crash-landed on Earth around an underpopulated region of Cape YorkW, GreenlandW. In 1978, a mineral excavation team uncovered an unknown virus within the rocks of the surrounding area and determined that it had been lying dormant inside the meteorite that hit Earth long ago. Despite extensive research, government ...


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Could have? Maybe. But did he do it? Probably not at that time. The reason why Star Platinum was able to catch that bullet wasn't because Star Platinum stopped time, but just because of it's immense speed and precision. There's also some speculation that Jotaro isn't really able to stop time in the same way that The World can but rather that he is just so ...


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(Physics calculations ahead) Background info: Josuke says in episode 29 of DIU that from a certain distance, Crazy Diamond punches at about 60 kilometers/hour but if he got closer Crazy Diamond could punch at 300km/hour In one of the first episodes of Stardust Crusaders, Jotaro takes a revolver pistol to his head about 4.5 inches away and catches it about 1....


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Dio just wants what is rightfully his. And damn those that happen to stand in his way. At first, he wants a warm meals, and damn those idiots for thinking they're better than him at chess. They don't deserve their coins if they can be beaten by him. (Oh, and if his father, Giorno, could die so he would't have to look after him anymore, that would be swell.) ...


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Because he never had such an ability. The painting was just a prop. As soon as Kakyoin stroke the canvas, he had Hierophant cut Jotaro. While this is not stated, it's heavily implied because as soon as he painted Jotaro, he threw the painting into a tree, signifying its unimportance, instead of using it again when he confronted Jotaro.


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It was primarily the arrow actually. Some years after possessing Jonathans body, Dio met an old witch called Enyaba who was in possession of 5 of the stand arrows and using a Stand arrow she helped him awaken his Stand and taught him how to use it [StarDust Crusaders, Jojo part 3]. Consequently this has a large ripple effect on the entire Joestar bloodline ...


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You could but in a fight it may feel extra painful to do so or if a stand has hold of their stand I do not believe it can be taken back example 1 kakyoins heirophant green got stuck in strength in stardust crusaders


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If you felt like you were being punched in the stomach would you be able to run. The answer is no because you would be in pain it is kinda like that for stands as stands are a physical manifestation of the soul. Also removing your stand in the middle of a fight would be suicide for example hanged man and emperor did damage to people's actual bodies without ...


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DIO was too afraid that Jotaro was going to be another "Jonathan" in which he'd win. The magnets that Jotaro put on himself and he made DIO think that Jotaro was just another "weak" Joestar, in which he got cocky, and decided to go for the fatal blow with the stop sign. (For dramatic purposes.) DIO misses, Jotaro beats the shit out of DIO,...


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We don't know. He was never mentioned again in any media (at least in the 'main' universe, and not in the SBR universe, as I have not read part 7-8.)


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First of all, the Crusaders are in the desert, in Cairo Egypt, and as we know, Egypt is a desert. A hot desert. The temperature must've been high, causing at least Heat Edema to occur. Just a few minutes before, all of the Crusaders (except for Joseph, who wasn't going insane, and Iggy, who wasn't even there at that time) were going insane, and they were ...


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It is because when Pucci claimed Jotaro's disc, he already had a stand, and by taking his stand along with his memories, there is no way for him to recover said memories, as his stand is also taken away from him, this is also linked with the fact stands are basically the representation on a person's soul, getting your stand revoked is essentially as if ...


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The Stand that you're referring to is Golden Experience, not Golden Wind, that's the English name. GER (, also known as Golden Experience Requiem), has a few abilities - life-giving from regular GE, strength, speed, etc. - but its main one is called Return to Zero. Basically, it nullifies any form of attack at Giorno and resets everything to before the ...


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Bucciarati seperated Mario Zucchero's head earlier in the manga with seemingly no effect on his body ¹ Bucciarati also seperated his own body into parts earlier in the same arc which stopped his blood circulation ² He chose the second option when he ripped Pesci apart. He also beat him to death (which would explain all the blood). After throwing the parts to ...


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Pesci could've died due to his injuries, making the zippers useless in putting his body together in this case. Also, the zippers faded away, so that just proves my point further. It's the only sensible reason I have for this issue.


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Dio pissed him off. Jotaro saw almost all his friends die. You could see his hand crunching when Joseph died that means he was pissed off. He also said that at the end. If dio didn't kill all his friends, he would of been on the winning side for a few reasons. The first reason is due to DIO having vampiric strength. The second is that DIO had the road roller,...


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When DIO stole Jonathan's body, his left side was weaker due to Jonathan's body not being a vampire. When we see that Jotaro punches DIO in the shin, DIO uses his left leg. His left side wasn't healed yet, and when he kicks him, Jotaro sees the opening and pulls all his power into his fist. See, the more Jotaro gets mad, the more calculated he is. In part 1, ...


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DIO's head was destroyed so the thing that was making Jonathan's body Vampirish effect was gone except for the weakness to the sun part. The blood will disappear when in contact with the sun. So if a jojo got some of the blood, some of their blood with evaporate in the sun.


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Counterattack and time stop are the same thing. Jotaro had barely enough time. The second between 7-8 is the ora barrage [1.5 seconds] (it seems like 7-9.5 in the anime because the animators had to fit all the text said in the manga in even though realistically it finishes their time stop just talking.) At this exact moment, at 8 seconds, Jotaro resumes his ...


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