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[[Characters/JoJosBizarreAdventurePart2 Battle Tendency]]|
[[Characters/JoJosBizarreAdventurePart4 Diamond Is Unbreakable]]|
[[Characters/JoJosBizarreAdventurePart5 Vento Aureo a.k.a. "Golden Wind"]]|
[[Characters/JoJosBizarreAdventurePart6 Stone Ocean]]|
[[Characters/JoJosBizarreAdventurePart7 Steel Ball Run]]|
[[Characters/JoJosBizarreAdventurePart8 JoJolion]]|
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[[folder:Heroes]]

! Jotaro Kujo (Stand: Star Platinum[[spoiler:: The World]])
[[quoteleft:319:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/jotaro_kujo_manga.png]]
[[caption-width:319:Click [[labelnote:here]]http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/part_four_jotaro_kujo.png[[/labelnote]] to see Jotaro in ''Diamond is Unbreakable''.]]
[[caption-width:319:Click [[labelnote:here]]http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/jotaro_kujo_anime.png[[/labelnote]] to see Jotaro in the anime of Part 3 of ''[=JoJo's=] Bizarre Adventure''.]]
[[caption-width:319:Click [[labelnote:here]]http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/part_four_jotaro_kujo_anime.png[[/labelnote]] to see Jotaro in the anime of Part 4 of ''[=JoJo's=] Bizarre Adventure''.]]
->Child Voice: Creator/NatsumiTakamori (TV anime)
->Teenage/Adult Voice: Creator/DaisukeOno (TV anime, ''All-Star Battle'', ''Eyes of Heaven''), Creator/KiyoyukiYanada (CD drama and ''Heritage for the Future'' video game), Creator/JurotaKosugi (OVA), Creator/TetsuInada (''Vento Aureo'' video game) (Japanese), Abie Hadjitarkhani (OVA), Creator/MatthewMercer (TV anime) (English)
->Played by: Yusuke Iseya (live-action movie)

Grandson of Joseph Joestar. A perpetually angry youth, Jotaro's first appearance has him sitting in a jail cell which he willingly put himself in to keep the people around him from getting hurt by his Stand, Star Platinum, which he had no clue about and had minimal control over. After Joseph assures him he's not cursed and the Stand is under his control, he is recruited by his grandfather and Muhammad Avdol to search out and kill Dio Brando before the vampire takes over the world. And in case you were wondering, [[BreakoutCharacter he and the entire Part 3 arc is what people normally think of when it comes to this series]].

He next appeared in ''Diamond Is Unbreakable'', where he sought out his grandfather's son, Josuke. He made a few appearances after that, but was regulated to a supportive role for most of that adventure.

He sent Koichi Hirose to find Giorno Giovanna in ''Vento Aureo'', but aside from that had nothing to do with the plot.

His final appearance was in ''Stone Ocean'', wherein he spent most of the arc in an almost vegetative state brought on by Enrico Pucci's Whitesnake Stand.

His stand, Star Platinum, is incredibly fast and accurate, to the point of being able to catch a bullet fired 3 inches away from Jotaro's head between his index and thumb. He also has diamond-hard fists, capable of punching through walls, and bending steel bars. [[spoiler: Later on in the story, it's revealed that Jotaro has the same type of ability as Dio; the ability to stop time. Though unlike Dio, who can maintain it for 10 seconds at his peak, Jotaro can only last 4-5 seconds.]]
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* AbsurdlyYouthfulFather: After twenty-three years and a teenage daughter, Jotaro has apparently managed to age several years in reverse.
* TheAce: Post-part 3. Jotaro is good at anything and everyone views him highly.
** BrokenAce: ...And then we learn his marriage and family life crashed and burned because of his social inadequacies and [[TripleShifter two full-time jobs]].
* AdaptationalWimp: [[DownplayedTrope Downplayed]] in the 2000s Adventure OVA's third episode, [[ContrivedCoincidence he's sealed inside an improvised steel cage which lets]] [[ButtMonkey Polnareff's]] Silver Chariot kill Forever.
* AllGirlsWantBadBoys: Something he is not happy with.
-->'''Jotaro:''' ''Shut up!'' You are getting ''so'' annoying!\\
'''Girl:''' [[ComicallyMissingThePoint He totally talked to me!]]
* AnyoneCanDie: [[spoiler: In ''Stone Ocean''.]]
* ArsonMurderAndJaywalking: Jotaro has fessed up to putting people in hospitals when he gets into fights, attacking teachers who abuse their power and scaring them into never coming back, and skipping out on restaurant bills when he doesn't like the food.
* BackForTheDead: [[spoiler:Gets killed off by Pucci shortly after snapping out of his coma]].
* BadassAdorable: Alessi de-aged him into a seven-year-old, but despite being a child facing an axe-wielding maniac, Jotaro still kicked his ass.
** BadassNormal: And he did all of the above without a Stand!
* BadassBaritone: In the OVA especially.
* BadassBiker: A few chapters of part three.
* BadassBoast: Dio gets amused when he sees Jotaro coming up, commenting that after witnessing his power, Jotaro in his right mind should be running away in fear. Jotaro's response? "I won't be able to beat the shit out of you if I don't get close enough."
--> (after defeating Dio) "You lost for a reason, Dio. One single, simple reason. You pissed me off."
* BadassBookworm: Can be seen in his jail cell in the beginning trying to study the mystery of his stand with books subconsciously retrieved by Star Platinum. By the time Part 4 comes in, he is a marine biologist.[[note]]An interest he shares, coincidentally or not, with the late Emperor Hirohito.[[/note]].
* BadassFamily: It's rather prominent with him, since he's with his grandfather in Part 3, his grandfather and uncle in Part 4, and his daughter in Part 6.
* BadassLongcoat: In part 3, it's technically a school outfit, but still looks cool. Revised to a Badass LabcoatOfScienceAndMedicine to go along with his new identity as a renowned marine biologist for part 4.
* BarbarianLongHair: Star Platinum has it, more noticeably in the OVA's
* BattleCry: "ORA!"
* BerserkButton: Is a bit temperamental about [[ChickMagnet the female attention he attracts]]. There's only so many times you can get hit on before it becomes incredibly annoying... that said, ''abusing women in front of him'' is a one-way ticket to the emergency ward, as Kakyoin found out.
* BigBrotherMentor: To Josuke (his ''uncle'') and Koichi.
* BigGood: Post-Part 3, after he's mellowed out, Jotaro takes the leadership role and serves as a connection to the Speedwagon Foundation on any kind of supernatural or stand-related incidents, as well as serving as a mentor and behind the scenes force for the heroes of Parts 4, 5, and 6.
* TheBigGuy: Of all the Stand users in his group, Star Platinum is the strongest.
* BirthmarkOfDestiny: The idea that everyone born into the Joestar family has a star-shaped birthmark on the back of their left shoulder was first introduced with Jotaro.
* BoringButPractical[=/=]WhenAllYouHaveIsAHammer: Star Platinum is very durable, can be channeled within and around Jotaro for protection, and is otherwise just a LightningBruiser with limited range and no other abilities [[spoiler:until he learns to stop time]]. Applying RapidFireFisticuffs tactically is the key to his success in his final battle of volume 3 against [[spoiler:Dio]].
* BloodKnight: Star Platinum seems to be this, keeping an emotionless face, but when he's punching the daylights out of something, his expression shows he is having an absolute blast.
* BreakingTheFourthWall: When ZZ supposedly burned Jotaro to death, the surviving Jotaro comes out of a hole he safely hid in, then comments that if he got killed at that point, who would be the main character of the current series?
* ButNotTooForeign: The best example in the series, which is saying something considering how weird the Joestar family tree gets. He's one quarter British and one quarter Italian from his mother's side (all the Joestars up to that point, including Lisa Lisa, were British, and Suzy Q is Italian) and half Japanese from his father's.
* CallingYourAttacks:
--> '''"STAR FINGER!"'''
** Jotaro also has an odd, recursive version of this thanks to video game appearances. Normally, when using Star Platinum's RapidFireFisticuffs, he simply shouts "ORA ORA ORA!. However, games like ''All-Star Battle'' have actually dubbed this move "Ora Ora Ora".
* CannotSpitItOut: Jotaro is convinced that everyone can read his motives like a book, so he never bothers to display much emotion or explain himself. [[IdiotBall So no one has any idea what he's thinking.]]
* CaptainObvious: Has some moments. From part 4:
--> ''(stopping in front of a shoe store) "This appears to be a shoe store."''
* CatchPhrase: "Yare yare daze." Means either "Well, well, well," "Good grief," or "Give me a break", depending on the context.
* ChainedByFashion: Part of his outfit in Part 3.
* ChekhovsSkill: Star Platinum was mainly used to beat the crap out of anything and anyone with his diamond-hard fists of fury and later to [[spoiler: freeze time]]. In the beginning of the series, Star Platinum had the ability to make things appear out of nowhere, and soon Jotaro's once empty jail cell was filled with random items ranging from small furniture, electronics, books, and other things, even a freakin' ''exercise bike''. Many chapters later during his poker game duel against Daniel D'arby, Jotaro used this skill again in order to throw D'arby off, first making a lit cigarette appear in his mouth then a glass of juice on the table, tricking him into thinking he was cheating with his Stand.
* ChickMagnet: Throughout his travels in Part 3, he has women throwing themselves at him left and right. After the party grows a bit, they're usually distracted afterward by [[{{Bishounen}} Kakyoin]] or [[EveryoneLooksSexierIfFrench Polnareff.]]
* ClosetGeek: Hardass delinquent he may be, Jotaro's officially listed hobbies skew very nerdy. Not only did he acquire his deductive abilities by obsessively watching ''Series/{{Columbo}}'', but he reads technical books about boats and planes for fun, and his favorite movie is a [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Never_Cry_Wolf_(film) nature film about wolves and caribou]]. He even goes on to become a marine biologist.
* TheComicallySerious: Many of the funniest moments in the series are based on Jotaro's deadpan reactions to the bizarre things happening around him.
* ContrastingSequelMainCharacter: Continuing the tradition from Part 2. Both Joseph and Jotaro are muscular heroes who, despite this, [[GuileHero use every trick in the book]]. However, Joseph is more HotBlooded and is essentially a NiceGuy while Jotaro is TheStoic [[GoodIsNotSoft who doesn't even bother]] [[GoodIsNotNice with niceties]].
* CustomUniform: Jotaro's school uniform is less a uniform than it is a BadassLongcoat and NiceHat ensemble that vaguely resembles one.
* DaddyHadAGoodReasonForAbandoningYou: Jotaro didn't want Jolyne getting mixed up in the supernatural troubles that he's frequently a part of. That and his people skills led to Jolyne resenting him.
* DeadpanSnarker: A subtler case, but you can detect some sarcasm in a few of his lines, particularly when he's one-upped a villain.
* DeathByIrony: [[spoiler:Oingo and Boingo's fortune-telling book said that Jotaro would get [[HalfTheManHeUsedToBe his face split in half]]. In spite of their incompetence, that's exactly how he's killed in ''Stone Ocean'']].
** [[spoiler:The hero who uses a time-stopping Stand is defeated when Pucci gains TimeMaster abilities, effectively inflicting a constant time stop on the heroes.]]
* DeathGlare: Jotoro is generally good at hiding his rage, but if you manage to break his stoic demenor, '''[[http://i.imgur.com/iauVrl0.jpg this]]''' is what you'll find staring back at you while Star Platinum mercilessly beats you into the dirt.
* DefeatMeansFriendship: Noriaki Kakyoin. [[JustifiedTrope Justified]] in that he risked his life to remove the mind control bud from Kakyoin's brain after putting him down.
* DemotedToExtra: In ''Vento Aureo'', he only has a brief cameo near the beginning of the arc. He becomes more important to the story once more in ''Stone Ocean''.
* TheDreaded: He was already dreaded enough in SC. And later everybody fears Jotaro due to his fearsome intellect and mastery of one of the most powerful Stands in the setting.
* EleventhHourRanger: In Part 6.
* EstablishingCharacterMoment: The moment he discovers his Stand, he decides to stay in jail so he can safely research it in case his power turns out to be too dangerous. This establishes that he's a BadassBookworm and that he's a [[JerkWithAHeartOfGold good person despite being a delinquent]].
* EvenBadMenLoveTheirMamas: Despite being callous and generally kind of a jerk, he's willing to go to the depths of Cairo to stop Dio from controlling his mom.
* [[EvenEvilHasStandards Even Delinquency Has Standards]][=/=]WifeBasherBasher: Jotaro casually admits without angst that he's a bad person, but even ''he'' has lines he won't cross in his first battle with Kakyoin:
--> ''"Look. No one ever said Jotaro Kujo was a nice guy. I beat the crap out of people, more than I have to; some of them are still in the hospital. I've had idiot teachers who liked to talk big, so I taught them a lesson... and they never came back to class. If I go to a restaurant and the food's bad, I make it a policy to stiff 'em with the bill. But... even a bastard like me can spot true evil when he sees it! True evil are those who use the weak for their own gain, then crush them with their foot when they're through! Especially an innocent woman! And that is exactly what you've done, isn't it?! And your Stand gets to hide from the victim, the law and the consequences! That's why... '''I will judge you myself'''!"''
* {{Expy}}: [[http://i55.tinypic.com/2rc0hzb.jpg Jotaro's]] [[http://i53.tinypic.com/14xyy5u.jpg capless]] [[http://i52.tinypic.com/261g8ro.jpg scenes]] from the OVA are reminiscent of [[Manga/FistOfTheNorthStar Kenshiro]]. May be intentional or not, but if it's any help, Araki himself has stated in interviews that he's a ''North Star'' fan.
** WordOfGod: Jotaro's personality is based off of Creator/ClintEastwood and the many Western movie characters he plays. This is slightly referenced in the final battle against Dio at the very end.
* {{Foreshadowing}}: Jotaro's hat has an emblem with a "halt" or "stop" handsign. [[spoiler: His stand shows the ability to stop time at the end of Stardust Crusaders.]]
* GlassCannon: Star Platinum's [[spoiler: Time Stop Ability actually takes a toll on Jotaro's heart. But, because he used it rather frequently, that by ''Stone Ocean'' he is much weaker, which by extension, according to the rules of Stands, affects Star Platinum: The World's durability from A, the highest possible rank, to ''E'', the lowest rank a Stand could achieve.]]
* GeniusBruiser: He eventually earns a Ph.D. in marine biology, but even in his later years is capable of dishing out a beating.
** Hell, the guy wrote his dissertation while he was hunting down a Stand using serial killer. He became a doctor ''on his down time.''
* GuileHero: Big time. Jotaro doesn't defeat the bad guys by beating the shit out of them, he does it by outsmarting them. He beats the shit out of them ''[[KickThemWhileTheyAreDown after]]'' [[ThereIsNoKillLikeOverkill they're defeated]].
* TheHero: The most active hero in the canon - he plays a significant role in three of the stories.
* HeroicBuild: Star Platinum is ''ripped'' and built much like Jonathan or Joseph in part 2, but Jotaro himself downplays by being more lean compared to his grandfather and great-great grandfather despite all 3 having the same height.
* HiddenDepths: Contrary to [[DumbMuscle what one would expect]], he is quite learned for a violent delinquent, though he admits some of his detective skills come from watching a lot of ''[[{{Series/Columbo}} Columbo]]''. When the group meets her, Enya is hesitant to confront him directly because she knows he might be intelligent enough to see through her deceptions.
** His favorite film is 'Never Cry Wolf', which speaks volumes about him.
** David Production is fond of adding little moments like having Jotaro read a Marine Life magazine while waiting for Polnareff's haircut to finish. At least as far the anime is concerned, Jotaro's always been interested in Marine sea life and the sea.
* INeverToldYouMyName: Jotaro does this to expose Enya Geil as a servant of Dio. He had already gotten suspicious of her when she addressed Joseph by name (she quickly claimed she heard Polnareff address Joseph), then was confirmed at how she knew his own name as it was never uttered by any of the rest of the group nor did he tell her. Enya quickly claims she knew Jotaro's name because she saw him sign his name in the guest book. Jotaro would've slightly believed it, if he didn't sign himself in as "Qtaro", thus exposing her lie.
* IconicOutfit: Jotaro's chain collared uniform and hat combo. He also retained this style of hat and trench in the next parts.
* IdenticalGrandson: To Joseph apparently; so much so that Josuke's mother leapt onto Jotaro with a flying embrace, telling him how much she has missed him.
--> ''"[[DullSurprise My apologies, Miss Higashikata. I am Mister Joestar's Grandson.]]"''
** Made odd by the fact that while Jotaro does resemble Joseph when he was 20 years old, Old Joseph in ''Stardust Crusaders'' (a mere 5 years after he slept with Miss Higashikata) looks '''nothing''' like his younger self.
* InSeriesNickName: Again, [=JoJo=].
* InternalHomage: Star Platinum looks like an amalgamation of Bruford and the Pillar Men.
* ItsAllAboutMe: Jotaro starts out like this, being completely self absorbed and uncaring of anyone but himself. Fortunately, thanks to his mother and the Crusaders he grows out of this trope learning to care about others.
* JapaneseDelinquents: Interestingly enough, the only time that he apparently went to prison was when he ''voluntarily'' walked into a cell.
* JerkWithAHeartOfGold: Yes, he's a street punk who disproportionately beats up people, and he's quick to get annoyed by people who fawn over him, but he's ultimately a good guy at heart, and he absolutely WouldNotHitAGirl. His mother alludes to this before she falls into a coma.
** Goes into GentleGiant territory when he runs into Josuke's mother when looking for him, despite Tomoko confusing him for Joseph and squeals with tears in his arms, the kind of thing that sends him into a angry shout. He instead calmly breaks that he is not Joseph but is here in place of him, and upon leaving, sincerely offers condolences for the trauma she has recently been through.
* {{Kiai}}: "'''ORA ORA ORA ORA!'''"
* {{Leitmotif}}: During the anime, you just know a [[NoHoldsBarredBeatdown beatdown]] is to come when you hear the song "Stardust Crusaders" playing as Steely Dan found out the hard way. He even retains this in Part 4.
* LightningBruiser[=/=]SwissArmySuperpower: Through the BoringButPractical application of being a spirit/ghost/thing with SuperStrength and precision, Star Platinum is essentially Franchise/{{Superman}} minus the eye beams:
** AwesomenessByAnalysis: Star Platinum can make a perfect photocopy of a microscopically sized fly in a photograph, that no other Stand or technology could find. That plus the fact that it was able to find said fly in the first place.
** ImprobableAimingSkills: Seems to have really good eyesight, with which Jotaro makes some really good long distance throws.
** InASingleBound: Star Platinum himself can more or less fly, but like other Stand-users Jotaro can only channel his strength in bursts that allow him to leap.
** IntangibleMan: Star Platinum is usually a ghostly presence, but can be become rock solid whenever Jotaro feels like it. It's not really useful for anything other than making him portable, until Jotaro is able to channel Star Platinum within his body. At which point, Jotaro can use it to manipulate his insides or to defend from internal damage.
** SuperSpeed: Can move almost instantaneously; for instance, he can retrieve items fast enough to make it seem like they teleported into Jotaro's hand. [[spoiler:This or the momentum caused by this may be what allows him to continue moving when time is stopped.]]
** SuperStrength: Star Platinum can lift and throw a small building, after ripping it off the tower it was standing on.
** SuperToughness: Jotaro is eventually able to activate Star Platinum ''inside'' of him, which gives him a generous buffer against damage. The same effect is otherwise achieved by reflexively summoning the Stand right between him and whatever is about to hit him.
*** [[spoiler:He somehow loses this by ''Part 6''. It's implied that using his TimeStop too often weakened his heart, and by extension his Stand.]]
** VacuumMouth[=/=]SuperBreath: This is what he used in order to finish Enya Geil and her Stand Justice.
* LudicrousMeleeAccuracy: Star Platinum is not only strong and fast, it has the SuperSenses and motor precision to do things like surgically remove a brain-infesting parasite with no medical training, master the timing in a baseball video game in minutes, and stop and start a human heart ''by hand''.
* MeaningfulName: Besides being called [=JoJo=], Jotaro's name is a reference to the tarot cards in part 3.
* MissionControl: To Koichi in Part 5.
* NervesOfSteel: Able to ''bluff'' Daniel J. D'Arby into '''folding''' a game of poker for the souls of himself and everyone he loves through his ''sheer confidence'', when Daniel had the entire adventuring-party '''dead to all rights''' holding ''Four Kings'' while [=JoJo=] didn't even have a hand ''period.''
* NiceHat: Although just a school boy's cap, Jotaro's fashioned a few charms to it. However, the main reason why it's cool is because of how it's missing the back. Then again, over the course of the series, the exact place the hat ends and hair begins becomes so blurred, it eventually becomes a part of his head.
** Exaggerated in the recent adaptation, where it almost seems to be literally that. Not only Jotaro not lose his hat while he was ''drowning in a '''whirlpool''''', he later congratulates N'Doul for managing to knock it off with ''a claw made of water'', even Lampshading the previous run-in with water.
*** When he recovers his hat after his battle with N'Doul, we can see that only the rearmost part of the hat is actually ripped off, making this property all the stranger.
*** Araki himself said in an interview that Jotaro's hat is a part of himself, which is why he never intentionally takes it off. It also makes him easy to recognize even when viewed from behind.
* NinetiesAntiHero: Mostly [[SubvertedTrope subverted]]. He has the appearance and mood of one, but acts like more of a PragmaticHero than anything else really.
* NoGoodDeedGoesUnpunished: He killed Dio to rescue his mother from dying, but this would lead to [[spoiler: his own death at the hands of Pucci, Dio's best friend.]]
* NominalHero: Has shades of it early on, where he's given something of a foul-mouthed, misogynistic streak. It's pretty much forgotten after the first few episodes, but was an unusual aspect of his character nonetheless.
* NonIndicativeName: There's Magician [[RedIsHeroic Red]], [[SilverHasMysticPowers Silver Chariot]], Hierophant [[EmeraldPower Green]], Hermit [[PurpleIsPowerful Purple]], in EVERY media, Star Platinum has been coloured green, blue and even purple! Not a single trace of being colored [[LightIsGood silver or white]].
* NotGoodWithPeople: A bit more patient with animals than he is with people. This kind of attitude, unfortunately, cost the love of his daughter.
-->'''Jotaro:''' (to Koichi) ''Eh, he [Josuke] deserved it. If you don't wanna get unnecessary attention, you [must] stop dressing like that... and that hair... I'm rather pissed at the kid as well. The turtle got killed and he didn't do a thing about it.''
* NoSocialSkills: Even after he stops swearing at people he has trouble picking up social cues and understanding what he's supposed to do in social interaction. Koichi comments that attempting small talk with Jotaro is even more uncomfortable than hanging out with ''[[MadArtist Rohan]].''
* NotThatKindOfDoctor: Jotaro has a Ph.D in Marine Biology and wrote his thesis about Starfish while in Morioh during Part 4.
* OlderAndWiser: When he returns in ''Diamond Is Unbreakable'', he's more level-headed and less explosive than during his younger days.
* OlderThanTheyLook: He appears to get younger later in the series, in spite of having a teenage daughter. Having the power of a Stand slows aging and apparently makes you younger in Jotaro's case.
* OneLiner: One of the few cracks in his extremely stoic personality is his love of delivering hammy and downright cheesy one-liners to people he's intent on beating up. Because of this, some fans have guessed that the reason he's so silent is due to thinking up new one-liners all the time.
* PapaWolf: one of the few times his stoicism breaks and he shows any emotion is when his daughter is attacked. He also tried to keep her away from the insanity that is the Joestar lifestyle [[DaddyHadAGoodReasonForAbandoningYou at the cost of their relationship]]
* PerpetualFrowner: He has two settings: impassive and angry.
* PowerUpLetDown: [[spoiler:Star Platinum: The World's time stoppage]] isn't as good as it sounds. It was a gamebreaker in Dio's hands because his Vampire stamina allowed him to [[spoiler:hold the time-stop]] for a consistent 5-10 seconds and actually accomplish something in that time with his super-speed and super-strength. Jotaro doesn't have the constitution to use it for longer than a few seconds on average (though he can push himself if desperate), nor can he spam it like Dio could, and can only get in a couple of free attacks. He has to be a lot more strategic about using it.
** It is also worth noting that [[spoiler:his Stand's durability took a ''severe'' nosedive, going from [[MadeOfIron A]] to ''[[GlassCannon E]]''.]]
** Somewhat subverted in that, given Star Platinum's insane speed, precision and diamond-shattering strength, there's untold devastation he could wreak [[spoiler: in those few frozen seconds.]]
* RageBreakingPoint: DIO, we know you were desperate, but you really shouldn't have drained Joseph.
* RapidFireFisticuffs: '''ORAORAORAORAORAORAORAORAORAORAORAORAORAORAORAORAORAORAORAORAAAAAAAAAA!!!!'''
* RatedMForManly: The manliest [[YoungerThanTheyLook 17 year-old]] you'll ever see.
* RealMenHateAffection: [[DeconstructedTrope Deconstructed]] in Part 6. ''Stone Ocean'' shows that if you ''persist'' on being an emotionally-lacking fencepost who doesn't smile, cry, hug your children, and tell them that you love them, they will grow up to HATE you. In other words, emotionless and cynical [[NinetiesAntiHero Nineties Anti Heroes]] grow up to be loser-fathers if they remain emotionless and cynical [[NinetiesAntiHero Nineties Anti Heroes]] into adulthood.
* RealMenWearPink: Wears a purple tanktop under his jacket in Part 3. Averted in the anime, where it's more into the dull-green territory.
** Played Straight in Diamond Is Unbreakable's Anime Adaption, where his second outfit has a dark pink shirt, along with the trench coat being a slightly lighter shade of dark pink on the inside.
* RefusalOfTheCall: In the first episode of the anime, Joseph tries to recruit Jotaro to fight against Dio. [[StraightMan Jotaro's reaction to the story]] pretty much sells it.
--> ''What do you want me to say? "Okay gramps, let's go find this Dio!" [[OnlySaneMan Who would believe such an absurd story]]?!''
* SchoolUniformsAreTheNewBlack
** [[LampshadeHanging Lampshaded]] when asked why he and Kakyoin are still wearing theirs on a road trip to Egypt:
--> ''"We're students, so we should look like students."''
** It comes up again shortly after the heroes defeat ZZ. Jotaro had sacrificed his jacket to make ZZ think an attack had succeeded. As they're headed through Pakistan, Joseph expresses amazement that Jotaro was able to ''get a Japanese student jacket there''. Jotaro simply replies, " 100% Sheep wool" - he had one woven.
* SeriesMascot: Out of all the [=JoJos=], he has the most appearances, having appeared in every part since his introduction [[spoiler:up to the CosmicRetcon]] usually in a major supporting role. America-wise, he's the first character that is brought up when people think of the series and is recognized by most fans as the absolute most badass protagonist of the series.
* SirSwearsALot: Does not exactly have the cleanest mouth in his teen years -- not even his own mother is safe.
-->'''Joseph:''' Jotaro, don't you ''dare'' call your mom a bitch! And, Holly, stop smiling when he calls you that!"
* SlasherSmile: Star Platinum displays an [[http://i.imgur.com/8mcuVkY.jpg impressive example]] before he beats up Alessi.
* SmokingIsCool: Cool enough to drive an opponent into insanity, even.
* SpotlightStealingSquad: The first [=JoJo=] people think about in this series is Jotaro. Especially so in America, as Part 3 and [[VideoGame/JoJosBizarreAdventureHeritageForTheFuture the Capcom game based on it]] are the only things from the series officially translated into English. Hilarously, Jotaro himself is upstaged in Part 3 by Polnareff.
* StaticCharacter: When all things are considered, Jotaro in part 3 is hardly developed in comparison to his Grandfather Joseph, and his Uncle Josuke. [[TropesAreNotBad However, much like Jonathan, this is not considered a bad thing]], as Jotaro's awesomeness is why he's well loved.
* TheStoic: He doesn't think showing emotions is necessary because he assumes people can tell what he feels by looking at him. Understandably, this causes misunderstandings with people, including with his own daughter, who assumed he didn't care about her.
** When playing an incredibly high stakes poker game with his opponent, a skilled gambler and cheater, is completely unable to get a bead on Jotaro's poker face, which just so happens to be his default expression that he wears all day
** NotSoStoic: He freaks out when his mother tries to get out of bed after she's affected by Dio's curse and laughs with Kakyoin and Polnareff when they find out Arabia Fats's weakness. [[spoiler: Later he gets furious when he sees Joseph killed in front of him, and when Dio drains his blood]].
** The face he pulls when Jolyne is wounded before his eyes in the fight against Jongalli A could best be described as ''pure homicidal rage''. Yes, even Jotaro can be a PapaWolf.
* TranquilFury: During his battle with Dio, Jotaro often monologued about how pissed off he was and even credits his victory to that, yet the entire time he looked fairly cold and calculated as usual, to the point he lets the battle end in a honourable MexicanStandoff.
** His Voice Actor, Daisuke Ono, says remembering this was a key component to voicing the character properly. He said that Jotaro was someone who was cool on the outside, but internally was "white hot".
* TripleShifter: Not only is Jotaro a research professor, he's also heavily involved with the Speedwagon Foundation's work and investigations. His personal life has suffered for it.
* UnstoppableRage: After DIO drank Joseph's blood, he essentially was unbeatable. Or rather he would have been, [[RageBreakingPoint if this hadn't been Jotaro's final straw.]]
* UsedToBeASweetKid: Or so Holly would like to think. However, when Alessi de-aged him to about seven years old, Jotaro was ''still'' capable of seriously pounding him, and ''still'' had his not-accepting-any-nonsense mentality. Which, given the way Set works, he must have had when he ''was'' a little kid. It's possible that he was always a mix of sweet and uncompromising, and the "uncompromising" part just worked its way to prominence without Holly taking account of it. Either that or Holly is simply in denial or a big case of being an OpenMindedParent.
** We do see pictures of a younger Jotaro smiling next to his mother, which lends support to the former theory.
*** Set's power affected its victims' bodies instantly, but their minds gradually (as seen with Polnareff's memory "resetting" back to childhood over time). So another possibility might be that Jotaro still possessed his normal mental faculties and beat the snot out of Alessi before his mind regressed.
* VocalEvolution: Daisuke's original voice for Star Platinum in All-Star Battle had a slightly deeper and more subdued pitch than his Anime version, where it's more like he's yelling in his lowest pitch and sounds more like Jotaro.
* WackyParentSeriousChild: Compare him with his mom and especially his grandfather.
* WeirdnessMagnet: On top of being subject to the "stand users attract other stand users" rule, Jotaro also painted a bullseye on himself when he killed a highly charismatic vampire with many devoted followers. This eventually became enough of an issue that he [[ItsNotYouItsMyEnemies divorced his wife.]]
* WhenYouComingHomeDad: His own father wasn't around often, due to being a jazz musician that was frequently on tour. Not that he seems to resent him for this, but he clearly didn't understand most people need a dad while growing up. This affects his and Jolyne's relationship in ''Stone Ocean'', as he just sort of assumed that his daughter would inherently know that his almost constant absence was to keep her and her mother out of the Stand-related trouble he regularly dealt with.
* WolverinePublicity: Oh, ''hell'' yes. Given his BreakoutCharacter infamy, in ''any'' material that covers multiple stories of the series, he is given top billing as ''the'' [=JoJo=].
* WorldsStrongestMan: Post-Part 3, but in [=JoJo's=] world, you rarely win with strength alone.
** "Post"-Part 3, ''nothing.'' One must remember: [[spoiler: all it took for Jotaro to turn the fight around annihilate a Stand-wielding, time-stopping vampire powered by ''two'' of the strongest Ripple warriors who ever lived, each of which whom could rip through a group grown man like tissue paper, was getting ''good and pissed''. Somewhat sadly, it would seem he lost his ability to lose his shit on opponents sometime between Parts 3 and 4.]]
* YouDontLookLikeYou: In the prequel [=OVA=]s made in 2000. Seriously, if it weren't for his outfit, Jotaro would look like [[http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/Jotaro_Kujo_Prequel_OVA_3548.jpg a completely different character]]!
* YouWontLikeMeWhenImAngry: ''Holy shit.''
* YoungerThanTheyLook: He doesn't look 17 in Part 3. This makes his appearance in Part 6 ironic, as he does actually look like as old as he should have been in Part 3.

! Joseph Joestar (Stand: Hermit Purple)

See [[Characters/JoJosBizarreAdventurePart2 part 2]]

! Muhammad Avdol (Stand: Magician's Red)
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->Voiced by: Creator/KentaMiyake (TV anime), Creator/MasashiEbara (''All-Star Battle''), Creator/AkioOhtsuka (CD drama), Creator/KiyoshiKobayashi (OVA), Creator/HisaoEgawa (''Heritage for the Future'' video game) (Japanese), Chris Tergliafera (TV anime) (English)

An Egyptian fortuneteller befriended by Joseph. He is named after Music/PaulaAbdul.

Wields the Stand Magician's Red, named after the Magician tarot card, capable of generating fire-based attacks. These attacks are often used at a distance, and are still decently effective at short range. Avdol eventually learns to turn his fire into different shapes and launch them at high speeds.
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* BadassBaritone: In most, if not ''all'', adaptations.
* BadassLongcoat[=/=]BadassLongrobe: His red coat falls in the middle of these two tropes.
* BlackDudeDiesFirst: [[spoiler:''Twice!'' First, against Hol Horse and J. Geil's Hanged Man; later by Vanilla Ice]].
* CallingYourAttacks:
--> '''"CROSSFIRE HURRICANE!"'''
--> '''[[LimitBreak "CROSSFIRE HURRICANE! SPECIAL!"]]'''
* ColorCharacter: Magician's '''Red'''. Avdol is also associated with the color himself given all the red he wears.
* CoolOldGuy: Though we aren't sure of how old he is.
* DroppedABridgeOnHim: [[spoiler:Yeah, he was SavedByTheFans, but eventually he got killed so fast, he barely had time to react and save Polnareff]].
* EthnicMagician: Black and egyptian.
* FingerWag: Accompanied by a "tsk tsk tsk"
* FortuneTeller: Averted; he is an avid fortune-teller, but he avoids all the personality traits associated with the trope.
* HeroicSacrifice: [[spoiler:He could have theoretically saved himself, but decided to save Polnareff instead, at the cost of his own life]].
--> ''Muhammad Avdol!!''
--> '''''YES! I AM!'''''
* IAmNotLeftHanded: During his fight with [[spoiler: Judgment]] he reveals he's been holding back [[spoiler:as he was guarding his injured shoulder]]. While the enemy stand was initially beating him and Polnareff, Magician's Red crushes its shoulder and arm in one hit after this revelation.
* ItsPersonal: Averted, Unlike Jotaro and Joseph who seek to save Holly, Polnareff who wants to avenge his mind control and Iggy who [[spoiler:lost a foot to DIO's pet bird]], Avdol has no personal reason for fighting DIO, just a desire to stop such an evil being from thriving.
* LargeHam: Strangely, he's at his hammiest when he's explaining something.
* MrExposition:Knows a lot about stand and the places that the Crusaders go to.
* NotQuiteDead: [[spoiler:That headshot that caused his first death actually only scratched him]].
* OutOfFocus: Where to begin? Oh yeah. He [[spoiler: gets seemingly killed off]] in the first half of Part 3 and stays that way until the last few episodes of it. Then in the other half, he gets involved in three fights (with the other crusaders as the focus of said fights) after that, the second of which he gets taken out along with Kakyoin and has to stay in the hospital for another episode. [[spoiler: Then he gets killed ''again!'', [[KilledOffForReal for real this time!]] And in one hit, before the fight even started.]]
* PlayingWithFire: Magician's Red's power is fire-based.
* ScrewThisImOutOfHere: When DIO is recruiting Stand users he approached Avdol. As soon as Avdol sees DIO's hair tentacles, he jumps through a window and high tails it rather than join or fight him.
* TheSmartGuy: Well, at least to a bigger extent than the rest of the guys ([[DumbMuscle except Polnareff]]). He's the resident [[MrExposition exposition guy]] and also the team's main guide in the different countries they visit.
** For some reason, Avdol seems to know a lot of Dio's assassins by reputation, and has at least heard a bit about their powers.
* SpellMyNameWithAnS: Any possible iteration of M(o/u)ha(m/mm)(a/e)d A(b/v)d(o/u)l. According to the way his name is written in the original Japanese (モハメド・アヴドゥル), it's supposed to be Mohamed Avdul.
* TheStoic: Downplayed, Avdol keeps a stone faced calmness, but he's able to emote well with his companions and ham it up when necessary.
** TheComicallySerious: He's easily the (second) most serious of the crusaders and likes it that way. In their fight against Mariah he constantly remarks how unhappy he is to find himself as the temporary ButtMonkey and remarks that "that is Polnareff's department".
* TarotMotifs: The Magician. Avdol actually shows many of the positive aspects of the Magician -- initiative, confidence, [[GuileHero manipulation]], and realizing one's potential. He also represents the Magician's being Tarot I, Avdol is the first person to properly use his Stand, the first person to start a fight in ''Stardust Crusaders'', the first to meet DIO, and [[spoiler:the first of the Crusaders to die.]]
* TeamDad: you would think Joseph would fit this, but him being a TricksterMentor at best means that Avdol fits this trope better than Joseph ever would. This is especially notorious in his relationship with Polnareff, who he constantly tries to school into better judgement.
** TheReliableOne: also one of the most stable and clear-headed characters (not as stoic as Jotaro, but more sensible in general than Joseph or Polnareff.
* YoungerThanTheyLook: According to WordOfGod, Avdol is supposed to be in his late 20s, but his experiences with Stands (along with Araki's art-style back then) made his face harden, making him look much older than he is.

! Noriaki Kakyoin (Stand: Hierophant Green)
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->Voiced by: Creator/DaisukeHirakawa (TV anime and ''Eyes of Heaven''), Creator/KojiYusa (''All-Star Battle''), Creator/ShowHayami (CD drama), Creator/HirotakaSuzuoki (OVA), Creator/MitsuakiMadono (''Heritage for the Future'' video game) (Japanese), Creator/KyleHebert (TV anime) (English)

A high school student who is temporarily mind-controlled by one of Dio's flesh buds. Once freed, he joins the [=JoJo=] team in their quest to defeat Dio and save Holly Joestar.

Wields the Stand Hierophant Green, named after the Hierophant card, which can generate emerald-based attacks and stretch itself. Most notably, it can leak a strange fluid from his hands, which can then be solidified and be shot out at high-speeds, ripping anyone who crosses its path to shreds.
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* AbsoluteCleavage: A male example when he's wearing his pajamas.
* AdaptationDyeJob: Goes from having bright pink hair in the manga to brown hair in the OVA and red hair in the TV anime.
* AlternateCharacterReading: His first name can be read as Tenmei.
* AntiVillain: The Villain in Name Only variant when he was introduced. Kakyoin was never evil, just brainwashed by DIO's flesh buds.
* BadassBaritone: The new TV anime gives him a [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rtevnaBLE_g rather deep voice]], in contrast to his voices in the OVA, ''Heritage for the Future'' and ''All Star Battle''.
* {{Bishonen}}: Though only in comparison to the other main characters. The art style of Part 3 doesn't make him look particularly "pretty", but he's less "built like a tractor" than every other guy in this series and he has quite a few female admirers InUniverse. Fanartists like to portray him as a completely straight example.
** This is, however, played quite straight when Araki [[http://vignette2.wikia.nocookie.net/jjba/images/9/92/List12l.jpg/revision/latest?cb=20140904013459 draws him]] in his new art style.
* BlobMonster: Hierophant Green.
* BrainwashedAndCrazy: The first of DIO's mind slaves that was introduced.
* CassandraTruth: During the Death 13 arc no one will believe him that the baby that's with them is the Stand user.
* TheCharmer: Kakyoin is handsome, calm, polite, and friendly, which comes in handy, because he usually is the one who has to clean up Jotaro's messes.
* ChickMagnet
* CrazyEnoughToWork: His plan to defeat Steely Dan's The Lover's is to have Hierophant Green and Silver Chariot to shrink to a microscopic level and enter Joseph's blood stream to perform ''brain surgery''...Yes, seriously.
* CombatTentacles: Hierophant Green can disassemble itself into tendrils to attack and block.
* ContrastingSequelMainCharacter: Where's Caesar was proud and prone to acting on emotion, but preferred to look as a suave lady charmer, Kakyoin is a smart, strategic fighter who doesn't hide behind a fake persona. Also while Caesar was antagonistic towards Joseph due to their bloodlines and clashing personalities, Kakyoin is antagonistic only because he's being brainwashed by Dio. [[spoiler: Both die in similar ways but different reasons. Caesar goes out boldly, refusing to abandon his pride as he passes the torch onto Joseph, while Kakyoin figures out Dio's abilities and dies exposing it. Interestingly Joesph arrives after Caesar dies where's he sees first hand Kakyoin die.]]
* ColorCharacter: Hierophant '''Green''', and Kakyoin always wears his custom green school uniform.
* CoolShades: Gets a pair after [[spoiler:he gets scars across his eyes from N'Doul]].
* DeathByFlashback: [[spoiler:A downplayed version, as is only an narration in both third and first-person, but give us his FriendlessBackground. In the exact same chapter, Dio gives Kakyoin the fatal blow.]]
* DefeatMeansFriendship; Justified. Kakyoin was never evil, only brainwashed.
* DyingClue: [[spoiler:Provides the heroes with vital information on the nature of Dio's powers.]]
* EightiesHair: He has a mullet aside from his [[PeekABangs bang]].
* FriendlessBackground: Notes that he doesn't feel like he can relate to people without Stands, and thus never really had the desire to make friends most of his life.
* {{Foil}}: To Jotaro, in both fighting style and appearance, With [=JoJonium=] going into detail that Kakyoin is the honor role type student to [[JapaneseDelinquents Jotaro's Delinquent]] and having a long range stand in contrast to Jotaro's short range.
* HeelFaceTurn: Mainly because he was never evil in the first place.
* {{Irony}}: When he was evil, Kakyoin used his Stand to turn people into his puppets, while at the same time, Kakyoin himself was just a mere puppet of DIO.
* TheGreatestStoryNeverTold: Thanks to Death 13's amnesia powers only him and Mannish Boy remember their fight.
* GemstoneAssault: "Emerald Splash!"
* TheHeart: He's the most sensible and calm of the group and constantly tries to prevent the others from taking rash decisions (see him trying to stop the others from kicking villagers during the ZZ Top fight).
* KickTheDog: To prove himself a part of DIO's Junior League of Evil, Brainwashed-Kakyoin's first action was to force a nurse to rip out a few students' eyes.
* KilledOffForReal: [[spoiler:Which carries over into the fighting game; apparently, Kakyoin is destined to die no matter the circumstances.]]
* LaserGuidedKarma: Sort of. While evil, Kakyoin forced a nurse to rip out some helpless student's eyes; fast forward to Egypt, and N'Doul almost fatally blinds him.
* LastBreathBullet: [[spoiler:And wasn't even aimed at Dio Brando, but still proved pivotal in defeating him]].
* TheLancer: Becomes this to Jotaro after Jotaro saves him from Dio's flesh bud.
* LikesOlderWomen: Briefly mentioned that Jotaro's mother was beautiful. This became a bit of a [[MemeticMutation meme]] among [=JoJo=] fans.
* MightMakesRight: While under DIO's influence, Kakyoin responds to Jotaro's statement that even a JerkAss like himself knows what evil is like by stating that history is written by the winners, and thus it is the defeated who are truly evil. Jotaro then throws that statement back in Kakyouin's face ([[NoHoldsBarredBeatdown via a flurry of punches]]).
* MrFanservice: Aside from having {{Bishounen}} looks, he has a borderline hourglass figure, and his pajamas [[AbsoluteCleavage exposes his cleavage]]. Even lampshaded InUniverse, where a man in India finds him handsome and offers to sell him a tattoo since he believes he'll look good in one.
* MyFistForgivesYou: Does this after Polnaraff acknowledges that he let his desire for revenge overwhelm him during the Hanged Man fight, currently the page image.
* NervesOfSteel: Kakyoin always stays calm and reliable no matter how pear-shaped the situation is. He's even able to keep his cool [[spoiler: while dying, and deduce the power of DIO's Stand at the same time.]]
* NewTransferStudent: How he's first introduced and to make it obvious that he was evil.
* NiceGuy: Probably the most outwardly nice member of Team [=JoJo=].
* ObviouslyEvil: When he was brainwashed.
* PeoplePuppets: Hierophant Green's most amoral power is that it can force itself into someone, turning them into Kakyoin's meat puppets.
* PutOnABus: Is in the hospital for the majority of the Egypt arc due to N'Doul.
** TheBusCameBack: He returns by the time Iggy leads the group to Dio's mansion.
* RedheadInGreen: In quite a few artworks and in the anime.
* SchoolUniformsAreTheNewBlack: Kakyoin is unusually attached to his school uniform - he even ''sunbathes'' in it.
* SpiritualSuccessor: To the [[spoiler:Zeppeli bloodline]]. He fits all of the criteria from [[spoiler:sacrificing his life to give the hero the clue needed to defeat the BigBad]] from having his good ending being [[spoiler:dying, even in non-canon works and adaptations.]]
* StrangeMindsThinkAlike: When Old Joseph is teaching hand signals for scuba diving, Polnareff shows off a bizarre hand signal of his own. Kakyoin immediately recognizes it as something vulgar, and the two high-five.
-->'''Kakyoin:''' ''(after watching the hand signal)'' "I... can see... your... underpants?"
-->'''Polnareff:''' "YEAH!"
-->'''Old Joseph:''' "We're under attack and could die at any moment! Quit messing around and let's go!"
* {{Stripperific}}: Not him, but his stand, Hierophant Green, exposes a lot of what would be "skin", and wears a thong and ZettaiRyouiki.
* TrademarkFavoriteFood: Cherries. For some reason, he has this repulsive habit of sticking out his tongue and rolling the fruit around on it ("[[MemeticMutation rerorerorerorero]]") before eating it. He's also got a pair of cherry themed earrings.
* TorsoWithAView: [[spoiler:How he dies by being punched by ''The World'' and bleeds out.]]
* WeakButSkilled: His stand is not fit for physical combat at all, and it's abilities are much more basic then someone like Avdol or Iggy. However, his intelligence combined with his surprisingly cunning nature, allow him to fight and win by using tricks and strategies like Joseph of part 2 would have used.
* WouldntHurtAChild: He won't hurt Mannish Boy because he's a baby, but that doesn't mean that Kakyoin will let him be a KarmaHoudini.
* WrittenByTheWinners: When he's brainwashed, he justifies his evil saying that since he's going to win, history will make him into a hero. Jotaro shuts him up.
* [[YouGottaHaveBlueHair You Gotta Have Pink Hair]]: Shows up as brown in the [=OVAs=] and red in All-Star Battle but is properly pink in the anime.

! Jean-Pierre Polnareff (Stand: Silver Chariot[[spoiler:/Requiem, Mr. President]])
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->Child Voice: Creator/AyumiFujimura (TV anime)
->Adult Voice: Fuminori Komatsu (TV anime and ''Eyes of Heaven''), Creator/HiroakiHirata (''All-Star Battle''), Ken Yamaguchi (CD drama), Creator/KatsujiMori (OVA), Tsutomu Tareki (''Heritage for the Future'' video game), Akira Negishi (''Vento Aureo'' video game), Creator/DougErholtz (TV anime) (English)

Another victim to Dio's mind-control buds. Once he is freed by Jotaro and company, he tags along, in the hopes of finding the man who raped and murdered his sister in cold blood. Hot-headed, impulsive, and a bit dim, Polnareff is more often than not the receiving end of the [[MonsterOfTheWeek current enemy's stand]] and [[ButtMonkey foreign toilets.]] Nevertheless, his sheer determination and effectiveness in battle make him a valuable addition to Team Joestar, whether the rest of his teammates admit it or not. He is named after [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Michel_Polnareff Michel Polnareff]].

His stand, Silver Chariot, named after the Chariot card, has the ability to move at incredibly high speeds and is exceedingly skilled with its rapier, to the point of generating completely solid after-images, and catching 5 flying coins on its rapier. When it removes its armor, it sacrifices its decent durability for even ''higher'' speeds and can move at the speed of light. However, unlike most close-range humanoid Stands, Polnareff can't see through its eyes and has to be able to watch the combat himself to direct it effectively.
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* AdaptationalVillainy: In the OVA's, Polnareff joined DIO of his own free will instead of being brainwashed. He still makes a HeelFaceTurn though.
* {{Adorkable}}: He's goofy enough to rival Joseph.
* AgonyOfTheFeet: When Fighting Vanilla Ice, cream manifests under his foot, and shaves off part of it. He's left bleeding and limping for the rest of the fight.
* AnimeHair: A column of it. Also the inspiration for Benimaru from ''VideoGame/TheKingOfFighters''.
* AntiVillain: The Villain in Name Only variant just like Kakyoin, though also of the Noble Villain variety when brainwashed due to his chivalry and nobility.
* {{Archenemy}}: Becomes this to Enya after he kills her son. But [[SmugSnake given]] [[SerialKiller what]] [[{{Jerkass}} he]] [[RapeIsASpecialKindOfEvil was]], it's hard to feel that Polnareff was in the wrong.
* ArmorOfInvincibility: One of Silver Chariot's powers is its armor, which blocks attacks and stops Polnaraff from taking damage along with his Stand.
* TheBigGuy: A very weird example of the trope. He's the team's biggest guy physically, and his stand is the most physical one in terms of fighting ability, but Silver Chariot's actually a FragileSpeedster. Still, he fulfills this spot on the team.
* BittersweetEnding[=/=]EarnYourHappyEnding: [[spoiler:Poor Polnareff's got it tough. All indications in the final stages of Vento Aureo were that he was a DoomedProtagonist who would be DeaderThanDead after the day was saved: after getting his body killed by Diavolo, Requiem's soul-switching shenanigans popped him into the Stand-using turtle right before his soul could pass on, the effect being strictly temporary. However, after defeating Diavolo, it was revealed that the turle's Stand (Mr. President) was so powerful that it latched onto Polnareff's soul and refuses to let him die, so he gets to live on as a turtle. Could be better, could be worse; at least the stand, Mr. President, lets him hang out as his normal human self in a well-furbished trans-dimensional hotel room that anyone can visit whenever he wants.]]
* BrainwashedAndCrazy: DIO's second mind slave, though he did a much better job fighting back than Kakyoin, given that he resisted the DIO compulsion to KickTheDog.
* BorrowedCatchphrase: When the submarine attacked by High Priestess crashes into the seafloor he screams Joseph's famous [[BigOMG "OH MY GOD!!!"]]. Considering Joseph was knocked out somebody had to scream it. Also, during the time he's turned to a kid, he also yelled in English, [[BigNo "OH NO!!!"]], another of Joseph's phrase.
* ButtMonkey: The first comedic example in the series, often being the butt of many jokes and being the first to get victimized by an enemy's Stand.
* CasanovaWannabe: It's only shown occasionally though.
* TheChewToy: If any member of the team ends up in a horrible situation, it's usually Polnareff.
* ChivalrousPervert: While he (in Joseph's words) "thinks with his dick," he's rarely disrespectful towards women. This character trait also tends to be [[DownplayedTrope downplayed]] since Part 3 focuses more on fighting than the rest.
* CrouchingMoronHiddenBadass: Polnareff isn't exactly the brightest member of Team Joestar, but whenever danger is present, he can be quite a formidable fighter.
** He was the first to figure out the trick to Diavolo's stand, and developed a very clever way to counter it. However, [[spoiler:it ended up being for naught because King Crimson was simply [[InstantDeathRadius too strong]] for it to matter.]]
* DeathSeeker: He admits that he didn't care if he died killing J. Geil, but thanks to Avdol and Kakyoin Polnareff learns to fight to live.
* DefeatMeansFriendship: In the OVA, he wasn't even possessed by one of Dio's buds.
* DubNameChange: The English version of [[VideoGame/JoJosBizarreAdventureAllStarBattle All Star Battle]] renames him "Jean-Pierre Eiffel", a strange case as previous English-licensed [=JoJo=] works used "Polnareff" just fine.
** It's even more confusing when [[VideoGame/JoJosBizarreAdventureEyesOfHeaven Eyes of Heaven]] has "Polnareff" removed from his name altogether, making him ''just'' Jean Pierre.
** Fortunately averted in the Crunchyroll subs and the upcoming dub of Part 3.
* EldritchAbomination: [[spoiler:What starts coming out of people when they are under Requiem's effects for too long. It's supposed to be because Requiem is quickening evolution to breakneck speed, though there are also indications that it has something to do with his soul-switching agenda and that Requiem is summoning them from somewhere (i.e., cutting corners on the whole "evolution" thing).]]
* EmotionalBruiser: Quite much.
* EyepatchOfPower: [[spoiler:After Diavolo takes his eye. It actually looks like a tattoo over his eye.]]
* {{Expy}}: Silver Chariot resembles Jagi from ''Manga/FistOfTheNorthStar''.
** As for Polnareff himself, let's see. A [[ImplausibleFencingPowers skilled fencer]], on a [[YouKilledMyFather quest for revenge for a murdered family member]], with the murderer responsible having [[RedRightHand a deformed left hand]]. [[ThePrincessBride Where have I heard this story before?]]
* FaceDeathWithDignity: [[spoiler:After failing to escape from Vanilla Ice's spiral attack, Polnareff accepts that [[ThisIsReality "reality isn't that nice"]], bids farewell to Iggy, and tells him to flee. [[HeroicSacrifice But then Iggy uses his remaining strength to save Polnareff.]]]]
* FateWorseThanDeath: [[spoiler:Doomed to spend the rest of this life as a ''turtle'' by the end of Vento Aureo, not that he seems to mind. Though see BittersweetEnding[=/=]EarnYourHappyEnding above.]]
* {{Fingore}}: [[spoiler:When fighting Vanilla Ice, Cream disintegrates two of Silver Chariot's fingers causing two of Polnareff's to be sliced off. Weirdly, they're right back on after the fight.]]
* FreakyFridayFlip: [[spoiler:This is what Requiem does upon awakening to the ''entire population of Rome''.]]
* FrenchJerk [[JerkWithaHeartOfGold With A Heart Of Gold]]
* GratuitousFrench: He ''is'' French.
* GoodIsDumb: After joining the Crusaders, Polnareff suddenly forgot the ability to generate shadow clones of Silver Chariot. Said stand also lost its high defense, even with the armor intact.
* HeroicAlbino: [[JerkWithAHeartOfGold Kind of]].
* HeroicBuild: He is very buff, even more so than his team mates.
* HandicappedBadass: [[spoiler:Courtesy of Diavolo, in part 5 Polnareff uses a wheelchair. This doesn't actually make him any weaker, in large part because his Stand doesn't need legs. (And if someone knocks the chair over, his Stand helps him right it.)]]
* HotBlooded: In a series stuffed to the gills with hot-blooded characters, Polnareff is a constant fountain of ManlyTears, CrazyAwesome ploys, IdiotHero saves, and WhatAnIdiot goofy moments. It's very hard not to like a guy who's so incredibly motivated.
* IdiotHero: PlayedWith. Polnareff suffers from GenreBlindness thus is prone to be fooled by women, and also [[HotBlooded tends to act before thinking]]. However Polnareff is a perceptive and formidable combatant against male opponents, has outsmarted his enemies more than once, and is a skilled hacker.
* ImplacableMan: [[spoiler:Requiem]]
* ImplausibleFencingPowers: Silver Chariot.
* {{Irony}}: His favorite color is gold.
* LockedOutOfTheLoop: [[spoiler:He's the only member of the team kept in the dark about Avdol being NotQuiteDead (because the others feared he might accidentally blab about it to the enemy.)]]
* MasterSwordsman: Silver Chariot. Not much Polnareff himself.
* MesACrowd: They're actualy just afterimages, because his Stand is that fast.
* KnightInShiningArmor: How he sees himself, and it's the form Silver Chariot takes.
* OlderAndWiser: [[spoiler:When he reappears in Vento Aureo. He came a long way from the goofball he was in ''Stardust Crusaders''.]]
* OOCIsSeriousBusiness: After defeating Alessi, [[CasanovaWannabe Polnareff]] actually has a chance to pursuit the romance he always wanted with the woman who took care of him when he was de-aged (named Malena in the anime). Knowing that sticking with his group without a Stand means danger (and the group last time just deported the little girl who were just tagging along for the same reason), [[ItsNotYouItsMyEnemies Polnareff turns her down, pretending not to know her]], and for once, he's very serious about not pursuing romance.
* OverlyLongTongue: He's fully capable of using his tongue to try to signal to his friends that [[spoiler: Hol Horse had him at gunpoint.]]
* NoBrows: That was never explained.
* RealityWarper: [[spoiler:Requiem.]]
* RevengeBeforeReason: Falls into this trope during his fight with J. Geil.
* RoyalRapier: Silver Chariot's WeaponOfChoice.
* ScrewTheRulesIHaveConnections: In the anime, he's briefly arrested for being the prime suspect in Devo the Cursed's sudden murder (which he did indeed commit, but Devo was an AxCrazy SerialKiller that was trying to kill him, so it evens out), but luckily manages to avoid jail time thanks to lawyers from the Speedwagon Foundation.
* ShedArmorGainSpeed: Silver Chariot can eject its armor, revealing its true form, which comes with a massive speed boost.
* SpannerInTheWorks: His going off to try confront Dio on his own after the remaining group escape from the mansion ends up throwing a wrench into Dio's endgame as if the group had tried to attack Dio en masse, ''all'' of them would've been killed by Dio's power right then and there. Thanks to him, the group end up splitting up and slowly managed to find out how Dio's power worked. By the time Jotaro finally confronts Dio head on, he's able to start getting around Dio's power. What's more, [[spoiler: his saving Jotaro when Dio was about to kill him]] allowed Jotaro to get a fatal blow in on Dio.
* SuperSpeed: Silver Chariot's main power is its speed, which can reach FTL speeds.
* UndyingLoyalty: Ever since the moment he joins the team, Polnareff is THE most dedicated member to taking care of his buddies. Seeing one of them hurt sends him into full-on RoaringRampageOfRevenge mode.
* WalkingSpoiler: [[spoiler:His presence in Part 5, and his stand's evolution, Requiem.]]
* WorthyOpponent: He is willing to explain his abilities to Avdol during their fight, and while he is burning alive, he honors Avdol's skill, leading to him being spared and befriended.
* YouthfulFreckles: When de-aged by Alessi, he is shown to have freckles as a kid.

! Iggy (Stand: The Fool)
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-> Voiced by: Creator/MisatoFukuen (TV anime and ''Eyes of Heaven''), Creator/ShigeruChiba (''All-Star Battle'')

A Boston terrier granted sapience following the acquisition of his stand. He is named after [[Music/TheStooges Iggy Pop]]. He is a haughty and rude dog, and sees humans as monsters for how badly they treated him. Over the course of the story, he begins to make friends with the crew, and after the [[spoiler:loss of his front right leg]], resolves to take down Dio with the gang.

His stand, the Fool, has the ability to shape-shift sand into a variety of objects, such as a hang glider. In the desert, Iggy always has a tactical advantage.
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* AccidentalHero: Twice. He accidentally saves the heroes' group from Oingo and Boingo and later Jotaro and Polnareff from Anubis.
** Although, in the anime at least, his reactions afterwards imply that he is [[ObfuscatingStupidity saving them on purpose]].
* ActionPet: A dog that can manipulate sand.
* AdaptationExpansion: The anime adds many filler scene with him as protagonist.
* ADeathInTheLimelight: Subverted in the anime. Iggy looks like he's going to die from his wounds after his first fight alone, but the kid he rescued from Pet Shop and a Speedwagon Foundation doctor save him.
* AllDogsArePurebred: He's by all appearances a purebreed Boston terrier, despite coming from the streets.
* BadassAdorable: Once ArtEvolution kicks in during the Pet Shop fight.
* BizarreTasteInFood: Iggy's favorite things to chew on are coffee-flavored gum and ''human hair''.
* CruelAndUnusualDeath: [[spoiler:Depending on the version, either cut in half or ''kicked'' to death.]]
* DishingOutDirt: Of the sand-manipulating variety.
* TheDragAlong: He couldn't care less about the Joestars' mission or Dio's business. The only reason he ended up with the team was because they lured him in with his TrademarkFavoriteFood.
* FunnyAnimalAnatomy: Post [[ArtEvolution Art Evolution,]] Iggy's face looks remarkably human-like for a dog. Also, interestingly, throughout his entire appearance, Iggy's nose [[ArtisticLicenseBiology looks more akin to a cat's nose than a dog's.]]
* GassHole: He likes clinging to people's faces and farting on them.
* {{Gonk}}: When he was first introduced, he looked rather ugly for a dog. [[ArtEvolution As the series progressed, however, he developed more human-like facial features.]]
* HalfTheManHeUsedToBe: [[spoiler:Vannila Ice's courtesy in the OVA.]]
* HeroicDog: Despite his anti-social behavior.
* HeroicNeutral: All he wants is to live a peaceful life, and get a cute doggy girlfriend.
* HeroicSacrifice: [[spoiler:Dies battling against Vanilla Ice in order to save Polnareff.]]
* IntellectualAnimal: A recurring trait of the animals with Stand powers. This is demonstrated by the intricate sand constructions he is capable of creating, [[spoiler:including an almost perfect Dio duplicate, despite having never seen Dio.]]
* IronicNickname: His Stand's name is The Fool, but going by the [[TarotMotifs meaning of that card in the Tarot deck,]] it represents unpredictability, among other things. Polnareff, being... [[DumbMuscle Polnareff]], thought someone with the Fool for a Stand [[TemptingFate must be a "similar" dunce]].
** That actually sort of applies anyway; according to Jotaro and Avdol, the Fool stand is more powerful when wielded by a weak user.
* {{Jerkass}}: The meanest and most anti-social Boston Terrier you will ever meet.
** HiddenHeartOfGold: He'll act like an ass, but he isn't cold enough to abandon a friend or dog-lover. [[spoiler:He also sacrifices himself to save Polnareff, which is a far cry from his initial attitude when he was first introduced.]]
* LifeOrLimbDecision: [[spoiler:Forced to bite his own forefoot off in the fight with Pet Shop.]]
* MadeOfIron: Averted. Every time Iggy is injured, it has lasting consequences. [[spoiler:In the anime, his death is caused by getting beaten up by normal human strength.]]
* MisterMuffykins: He's a Boston Terrier, after all.
* PokemonSpeak: Some of the sounds he makes during the anime sound suspiciously like his name.
* ProgressivelyPrettier: Iggy's face when first introduced was rather far into the UncannyValley, basically being a realistic dog's face with creepy, proportionally-oversized human eyes. He also tended to drool with his tongue sticking out and casting a ThousandYardStare. When fighting Pet Shop, his face and range of expressions become [[AnthropomorphicShift more uniformally human]], but also more stylized. Perhaps it was so Araki would have an easier time conveying what Iggy was feeling during that battle. The blatant difference has become a staple of his character: In the ''Heritage for the Future'' fighting game, his "child" form while in Sethan's thrall is simply himself pre-ArtEvolution. "Ugly" Iggy is his only alternate costume in ''All-Star Battle''. In the anime, he starts out pre-ArtEvolution and subtly changes design every episode until he matches his post-Pet Shop fight one.
* SpannerInTheWorks: Often plays this role, appropriately enough for a character representing the Fool card.
* SquishyWizard: Despite having the power of a Stand, he is still just a dog physically. [[spoiler:Once incapacitated, Vanilla Ice kills him with a few hard kicks to chest, something the other Crusaders could have survived.]]
* SuddenlyVoiced: For the most part, Iggy acts like a dog would: He just barks. But when there's no humans around, he's suddenly talking like a talking dog, moving his jaws and all. There's a reason he has voice actors early on this entry.
* TeamPet & SixthRanger: A particularly jerkish version of both archetypes.
* TrademarkFavoriteFood: Coffee-flavored bubble gum.
* UpliftedAnimal: He has human intelligence thanks to gaining a Stand, though he's still unable to speak.

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Allies]]
! Holly Kujo, ''née'' Joestar
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-> Voiced by: Creator/ReikoTakagi (TV anime), Creator/RikaFukami (CD drama), Creator/ReiSakuma (OVA episodes 1-3), Arisa Ando (OVA episode 11 onward) (Japanese), Creator/JulieAnnTaylor (TV anime) (English)

The daughter of Joseph and Suzi Q and mother of Jotaro. She develops a stand along with the other Joestars, but due to her low power, it is both too weak to fully manifest but strong enough to sap her life force and act as a debilitating illness.
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* TheCameo: She has a non-spoken cameo as a little girl during the first TV anime's epilogue.
* DaddysGirl: Such so, that can came of as a WomanChild.
* DotingParent: Bordering on MyBelovedSmother, at least in Jotaro's opinion.
* GenkiGirl: She's pretty energetic for her age.
* GreenThumb: Considering her Stand had vines growing out of her, its presumed this is what it could've been if she had more fighting power to control it. [[ItRunsInTheFamily Makes sense considering Joseph's own Stand power.]]
* IllGirl: Her Stand-related illness is what drives the plot in Part 3.
* MumLooksLikeASister: She doesn't look (or act) ''at all'' like a woman in her 40s.
* [[NiceGuy Nice Girl]]: Indeed and a plot point toward Kakyoin's HeelFaceTurn.
* OpenMindedParent: Doesn't seem to mind her son's behavor much at all, referring to him as a sweet kid and being amused at being called a bitch.
* ThePollyanna: Keeps a cheerful disposition even though her husband is frequently away and her son is cold towards her.
* PowerIncontinence: Lacks the fighting power necessary to maintain a Stand and as such it's slowly sapping away her life force.
* SmallRoleBigImpact: Only seen at the beginning of the story, but her illness puts more urgency into finding Dio before her Stand kills her.
* SpellMyNameWithAnS: Her name is spelled variously as Holly or [[WhoNamesTheirKidDude Holy]] depending on the translation. Most fan translations and the OVA dub use Holly, which is supported by the plant-like nature of her Stand and the fact that Holly benefits from being an actual name. The official manga translation and various side merchandise use Holy, which is supported by her choice of Japanese name since the Japanese words for "holly" and "holy" are very different. The 2014 anime's official subs compromise by naming her Holly and explaining that it's derived from "holy" versus the plant.
%%* SpoiledSweet
* StacysMom: Kakyoin is a bit sweet on her, leading to many [[MemeticMutation MILF-chaser Kakyoin jokes by the fanbase.]]
* StepfordSmiler: Puts on a brave face because she doesn't want her family to worry about her.

! Roses
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-> Voiced: Creator/MotomuKiyokawa (TV anime)

The Joestar family's butler for the past 30 years.
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* BattleButler: He is the driver and butler of the Joestar Family. Beats down several yakuza men when they attack Suzi Q.
* CoolOldGuy: He is a skilled fighter on his own, managing to defeat a Yakuza member with ease.
* UndyingLoyalty: Due to his time as a butler, he grows close to the family, even suffering greatly when Holy Kujo becomes sick.

! Anne (Runaway Girl)
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-> Voiced: Creator/RieKugimiya (TV anime), Creator/KonamiYoshida (CD drama), Creator/JunkoTakeuchi (''Heritage for the Future'' video game)

A runaway girl with no name given that tags along with the heroes, while being a minor annoyance in their travels.
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* AdaptationExpansion: When she is sent back to Hong Kong after the fight with ZZ, all that consists of that moment is a brief mention in a single panel in the manga which some may easily miss and [[WhatHappenedtothemouse wonder what happened to her]] as she completely disappears afterwards. In the tv anime, a proper farewell of her boarding and flying on a plane was added, along with a notably mature lecture given by Joseph on their mission and why she can't come along with them.
* BoisterousWeakling: While she's certainly feisty, as a little girl without a Stand, there's not a lot she can actually do in a fight.
* TheLoad: Except while the heroes are in Singapore, she ''always'' gets attacked, and the situation with ZZ makes it abundantly clear that she's only hampering Jotaro's quest. In fact, they ''knew'' this back in Singapore, and thought they could safely leave her there without her following. Nope. However, after defeating ZZ, they get her on a plane back to Hong Kong, so she definitely can't chase them.
* NoNameGiven: In the manga, she's just known as the "runaway girl". In fact, her name is not even given in the character catalogues that usually give names to characters and Stands left nameless in the series.
** NamedByTheAdaptation: The anime adaptation gives her the name of Anne.
* TheRunaway: Anne wanted to travel the world, believing that posing as a boy would make it easier. She then runs away, claiming that the age she is now is the best to travel.
* ShowerScene: She takes a shower in Forever's Stand-bound ship, Strength. Forever, acting like a human being, lusts for Anne and corners her in the middle of her shower soon after brutally killing all the sailors. She is saved by Jotaro.
* PutOnABus: She's put on a plane after she proves to be too much of a [[TheLoad load]].
* PrecociousCrush: She eventually develops a crush on Jotaro, appreciating his looks and attitude. The anime expands that crush by showing her happy to see Jotaro greeting her one last time.
* SuspiciouslySimilarSubstitute: She basically fills the role that Poco from Part 1 and Smokey from Part 2 had.
* TagalongKid: A {{Deconstruction}}. A kid might be nice for morale, but she's going to be utterly useless if there's a fight to be had. Worse, she's usually used as the bait.

! Suzi Q

See [[Characters/JoJosBizarreAdventurePart2 part 2]]

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Villains]]

* IneffectualSympatheticVillain: Some of them; Oingo, Boingo, [[VillainDecay Hol Horse]], and Nukesaku in particular are extremely incompetent.
* MonsterMash: Most of the enemy stands are based on classic and slasher horror movie monsters/antagonists.
* MonsterOfTheWeek: Many of the enemy Stands Users in the manga are just speed bumps that are minor annoyances to the plot, especially Boingo and Oingo, who aren't even noticed by the protagonists. So many of them are completely expendable to the plot that the OriginalVideoAnimation [[AdaptationDistillation cut them down from twenty-seven to seven]]: Forever, Hol Horse, J.Geil, Enya Geil, N'Doul, Daniel D'arby, and Vanilla Ice.
* OnlyInItForTheMoney: Some such as Hol Horse, ZZ, Rubber Soul, Steely Dan, and Alessi outright admit their reason for accepting DIO's offer is to make money. Especially apparent in the case of Steely Dan who wasn't even paid to kill the protagonists [[spoiler: but instead Enya]] and even admits he didn't need to fight them but only did so for his own personal amusement.
* PsychoForHire: Some of the enemy Stand Users like Alessi, J. Geil, and Mannish Boy only accepted DIO's offer to take out the protagonists in order to fulfill their sadistic bloodthirst.
* SortingAlgorithmOfEvil: In terms of power and competency, Dio's Stand users, despite their metaphysical abilities, are far lower than the Pillar Men in overall competency. The majority are either annoyances or somewhat difficult adversaries. The exceptions are Pet Shop and Vanilla Ice, who prove to be extremely, ''lethally'' competent in their work while being followed up by N'Doul and D'arby who come very close to winning their fights.
* SlidingScaleOfVillainEffectiveness: Most of the enemies range from somewhat effective for a while to completely useless, which makes [[BlindWeaponmaster N'Doul]], the [[NoFairCheating D'arby's]], and Pet Shop's fights and [[spoiler:[[HeroKiller Vanilla Ice's killings]] the more jarring.]]
* SmugSnake: Though many of them defer to or outright worship Dio, most of them are incredibly conceited in regards to the abilities to their Stands, believing that their powers make them invincible.
* UndyingLoyalty: While some of the enemy Stand Users are PunchClockVillains who are OnlyInItForTheMoney (Hol Horse, Oingo Boingo Brothers, and Steely Dan) and some just want cheap thrills (Alessi, J. Geil, and Daniel D'Arby) a lot of them either outright worship or even love DIO. In particular Gray Fly, Enya, Midler [[spoiler: (as revealed in her Capcom game ending)]], N'Dhoul, Mariah, Pet Shop, and Vanilla Ice are DIO's most devout followers and will go to any extreme to make sure that they satisfy their master or the protagonists learn nothing about his Stand.

! Dio Brando/DIO (Stand: The World + Unnamed Precognitive Stand [[labelnote:*]]Generally nicknamed Hermit Purple #2.[[/labelnote]])

See [[Characters/JoJosBizarreAdventurePart1 part 1]]

! Gray Fly (Stand: Tower of Gray)
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-> Voiced by: Katsumi Cho (TV anime), Creator/MitsuakiMadono (''Heritage for the Future'' video game)

An assassin of Dio, who poses as one of the passengers on the plane that the Joestars attempt to fly to Africa with. He is named after [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Glenn_Frey Glenn Frey]].

His stand, Tower of Grey, takes the shape of a small, but extremely fast and sharp tongued beetle, effectively making it a flying dagger.
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* BaldOfEvil: Very bald, very evil.
* BigCreepyCrawlies: His Stand, Tower Of Gray, takes the form of a large Stag Beetle.
* CrazyPrepared: Just in case he lost, Gray Fly killed all of the plane's pilots and sabotaged the controls to either kill or slow down Team Joestar.
* EvilOldFolks: Old and evil.
* ForTheEvulz: Flat out admits that he does what he does because he wants to create the misfortune the Tower Arcana represents.
* FragileSpeedster: His Stand is fast to the point where it can dodge Star Platinum's attacks, but since it's a beetle that zooms in a straight path, Kakyoin is able to defeat it easily.
* HiddenInPlainSight: He disguises himself as a normal passenger that all of Team Joestar pass off as an innocent old man.
* KarmicDeath: His favorite method of murder was ripping out peoples' tongues. Kakyoin kills him by ripping out his tongue.
* KickTheDog: As a part of DIO's Legion of Doom, he's contractually obligated to do this. He kills a whole row of passengers just because he could.
* LargeHam: His FamousLastWords were nothing but pure ham.
* MakeItLookLikeAnAccident: His M.O. He goes onto some form of public transportation like a plane, train, or bus, then makes it crash while making it look like it was caused by bad driving and so on.
* NestedMouths: Tower of Grey attacks with an ''{{Franchise/Alien}}''-like one.
* TheNondescript: An oddity for this fabulous series, Gray Fly looks completely normal, helping his disguise.
* PsychoForHire: The first, but not the last.
* SmallRoleBigImpact: The StarterVillain for the series, it's Gray Fly that turned a simple flight to Cairo into a journey spanning several countries.
* StarterVillain: The first truly antagonistic Stand User to block the Joestars.
* SuperSpeed: Tower of Gray is faster than Star Platinum.
* TongueTrauma: Prefers killing people by ripping out their tongues.
* VillainousValor: Even after he begins dying from having his tongue ripped out, he gets back up and attempts to stall the heroes so they would all die in the plane crash.
* UndyingLoyalty: The first of many to show complete devotion to DIO.

! "Captain Tennille" (Stand: Dark Blue Moon)
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-> Voiced by: Creator/TesshoGenda (TV anime), Creator/YujiKishi (''Heritage for the Future'' video game)

One of Dio's assassins. His own name is never revealed; he has killed and assumed the identity of Captain Tennille, who sails a ship the Joestar party rides on. He is named after [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Captain_and_Tennille Captain and Tennille]].

His stand, Dark Blue Moon, allows him to control water currents.
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* BeardOfEvil: A very minor one.
* DubNameChange: To Captain Dragon. It's still a reference to Captain and Tennille; "Captain"'s real name is Daryl ''Dragon''.
* EvilSoundsDeep: Tessho Genda is deep as a Japanese voice can be.
* HazardousWater: Don't go into the water at the same time as Dark Blue Moon. Just...don't.
* HomeFieldAdvantage: Captain Tennille and Dark Blue Moon are pretty much unstoppable underwater; the only reason why he lost was because he fell for Jotaro's WoundedGazelleGambit.
* KillAndReplace: He says he threw off the captain in the sea in Hong Kong.
* MasterActor: Unlike Rubber Soul, Tennille did have a good disguise going; good thing he fell for Jotaro's BatmanGambit.
* NiceHat: His Captain's hat.
* NoNameGiven: He's not the ''real'' Captain Teneille. He just killed the real one to take his place and eventually attack the heroes. His true identity isn't even revealed in supplementary material.
* SeaMonster: The form Dark Blue Moon takes.
* SuperNotDrowningSkills: He can hold his breath for over six minutes.
* ThisLooksLikeAJobForAquaman: Everyone -- Captain Tennille included -- admits that he wouldn't have been such an enormous threat if he wasn't fought in the ocean.

! Forever (Stand: Strength)
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-> Voiced by: Creator/KappeiYamaguchi (TV anime), Creator/MitsuakiMadono (''Heritage for the Future'' video game)

A sapient orangutan. His stand is a freighter ship; he can control every single part of it. He is named after the Music/WuTangClan album ''Wu-Tang Forever''.
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* AdaptationalBadass: Downplayed in the OVA. Forever presents himself as more threatening, and the more out there aspects of his personality (his lusting after humans and being angry at his intelligence being insulted) are cut. Jotaro overpowers him and jabs his forehead like in the Manga, but here, instead of being defeated, he redoubles his efforts at containing Jotaro and is only stopped by a sneak attack from Polnareff.
* BerserkButton: His intelligence being insulted.
* BadassLongcoat: After revealing himself, Forever begins wearing a captain's coat.
* EvilCostumeSwitch: After he reveals himself as Strength's user, he puts on a nice admiral outfit complete with a pipe to create an InsaneAdmiral motif.
* GeniusLoci: Strength takes the form of a freighter which Forever can control in any way he pleases, from controlling some hooks to making the Stand absorb people into itself, to allowing Forever to fuse into the Stand itself.
* GoodSmokingEvilSmoking: Smokes a captain's pipe after TheReveal.
* HiddenInPlainSight: Forever started off his attempt to kill Team Joestar by pretending to be a normal orangutan, which worked back in the eighties because no one knew animals could have Stands back then or that getting a Stand gave an animal sapience.
* IntellectualAnimal: He shows off to Jotaro by solving a Rubik's Cube in what is presumably ''less than two minutes''.
* KickTheDog: In the Manga and TV anime he brutally kills a group of sailors that accompanied the main characters. In the OVA's he killed a pair of Speedwagon Foundation pilots who'd ended up with the Crusaders.
* ManiacMonkeys: Or a maniac ape, in this case.
* MarsNeedsWomen: An orangutan who likes human pornography, ''and'' has molestation intentions towards the runaway girl? [[BigDamnHeroes You came just in time, Jotaro.]] [[TruthInTelevision The creepiest thing is]] that this actually isn't too unusual for wild orangutans in real life.
* NiceHat: His Admiral's hat, which he wears after TheReveal.
* UpliftedAnimal: He has human intelligence thanks to gaining a Stand.
* VillainsWantMercy: After Jotaro overpowers Strength, Forever begs for mercy. He doesn't get it.

! Devo the Cursed (Stand: Ebony Devil)
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->Voiced by: Shouto Kashii (TV anime), Creator/UnshoIshizuka (''All-Star Battle''), Creator/YujiKishi (''Heritage for the Future'' video game)
->Ebony Devil: Shouto Kashii (TV anime), Eiji Miyashita (''All-Star Battle'')

A shaman and assassin working for Dio. He is named after Music/{{Devo}} (or in the Viz translation, for the Music/{{Santana}} song "Soul Sacrifice").

His stand, Ebony Devil, allows him to grow stronger with grudges.
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* AxCrazy: Especially as a CreepyDoll.
* BadassLongcoat
* BatmanGambit: His plan to kill Polnaraff; he made it easy to find himself so Polnaraff would focus on him and Ebony Devil and overlook his CreepyDoll.
* BladeOnAStick
* CombatSadomasochist: The source of his power. The more pain and injury he's suffered at someone's hands, the more powerful his Stand is when fighting them. He intentionally goads people into hurting him in order to fuel his counterattack.
* CreepyDoll: His Stand uses this as its weapon.
* CruelAndUnusualDeath: Polanraff cut him into so many pieces that his corpse looks like it was thrown into a woodchipper. We get to see the corpse, too. No wonder Polnareff was arrested.
* DeathByIrony: [[spoiler:Remember all the scars he has? Well, as a result of {{Synchronization}} and Polnareff dispatching Ebony Devil by slicing the living daylights out of it, Devo is killed by suffering a few ''hundred'' new slashes... as though he'd received all his old, scar-giving wounds at once.]]
* DubNameChange: Twice: he was called "Soul Sacrifice" in the Viz manga and Crunchyroll subs, and "D'bo" in the Capcom game.
* EyeScream: Polnaraff cuts out his eye... JustAsPlanned.
* GoodScarsEvilScars: Many, ''many'' scars. All of them the result of him goading his targets into attacking him.
* HoistByHisOwnPetard: [[spoiler:See {{Synchronization}} below.]]
* KickTheDog: [[TearOffYourFace He cuts a bellboy's face off.]] Granted, he is an assassin [[LeaveNoWitnesses who needs to keep his identity a secret]], but he enjoyed it ''way'' too much.
* MagicalNativeAmerican: Looks the part.
* PsychoForHire: It even mentions that he has been hired by the government, Mafia, and other organizations prior to Dio.
* PowerOfHate: His stand is powered by anger at those who have wounded him.
* RefrigeratorAmbush: Attempts one on Polnareff, who quickly notices the ''odd cans and bottles left in plain sight'' and asks Devo to reveal himself.
* RoaringRampageOfRevenge: How his power essentially works.
* {{Sadist}}:It helps when your power involves being hit.
* SpellMyNameWithAnS: The English release of the arcade fighter changed the spelling to D'bo to [[WritingAroundTrademarks write around trademarks]].
* {{Synchronization}}: [[spoiler:His CreepyDoll is manipulated by his stand, but it also means that he feels any pain of his Stand more so than regular Stands.]]

! Rubber Soul (Stand: Yellow Temperance)
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->Voiced by: Creator/ShinjiKawada (TV anime), Creator/MitsuakiMadono (''Heritage for the Future'' video game)

A mercenary of Dio's who uses his Stand to pose as Kakyoin during the party's stay in Singapore. He is named after Music/TheBeatles album ''Rubber Soul''.

His stand, Yellow Temperance, takes the form of a blob-like substance that can change its consistency and appearance to anything he chooses. It allows him to perfectly mimic anyone he sees physically, though he still needs to act like him. His odd behaviors and antagonistic attitude eventually give him away.
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* BadPowersBadPeople: Rubber Soul is a narcissistic, greedy, and petty coward, and his power relies on eating things to keep it active.
* {{Bishonen}}: A big part of his [[{{Narcissist}} narcissism]] is that he looks handsome. He tends to disguise himself as vulgar parodies of people he's copied.
* BlobMonster: Yellow Temperance itself.
* DirtyCoward: Tries to surprise Jotaro with a sneak attack after getting caught in the water.
* DubNameChange: ''Heritage for the Future'' changed it to R'''o'''bber Soul.
* ExtremeOmnivore: Well, his Stand is.
* GratuitousEnglish: DO YOU UNDERSTAND?
* KickTheDog: Or rather, ''eat'' the dog.
* LaserGuidedKarma: His narcissism makes RapidFireFisticuffs to the face rather fitting.
* MostDefinitelyNotAVillain: When disguised as Kakyoin, he doesn't even try to act [[TheSmartGuy intelligent]] and reasonable like he normally should, but very barbaric and vulgar.
* {{Narcissist}}: He sees himself as beautiful, and acts vulgar when posing as other people due to his low opinion of them.
* NighInvulnerable: Yellow Temperance can change its consistency to anything Rubber Soul wants. Texture, resilience, conductivity -- infinite control over all of them, so there's no way to harm it. Why the "nigh"? Because Rubber Soul himself ISN'T invincible.
* NoHoldsBarredBeatdown: Jotaro thought his broken nose or jaw weren't enough.
* SmugSnake: When he's punched, he spills the info on the other Stand users to save his skin. He also expects Jotaro to go light on him with the excuse of joking around.
* VillainsWantMercy: Twice. The moment he thinks his stand can't protect him, he tries to beg Jotaro for mercy, with the excuse of his nose and jaw being broken. [[NoHoldsBarredBeatdown Jotaro didn't agree on either.]]

! Hol Horse (Stand: Emperor)
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-> Voiced by: Creator/HidenobuKiuchi (TV anime and ''Eyes of Heaven''), Creator/HochuOtsuka (''All-Star Battle''), Creator/KeiichiNanba (CD drama), Creator/NorioWakamoto (OVA), Creator/YoshitoYasuhara (''Heritage for the Future'' video game)

An ambitious gunslinger mercenary of Dio's. He's initially partnered with J. Geil, but later teams up with Boingo. He is named after [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Full_Force Full Force]].

His stand, the Emperor, manifests itself as a gun. [[CaptainObvious It can shoot bullets]]. Bullets which [[ImprobableAimingSkills he can actually direct in flight]].
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* AteHisGun: Enya forces him to do this.
* BadassBiker: In the OVA's he trades in all the animals he rode for a kickass motorcycle.
* BreakoutVillain: Three major appearances in the manga, two playable versions in [[VideoGame/JoJosBizarreAdventureHeritageForTheFuture the Capcom fighting game]], ''and'' the earliest Part 3 minor villain to make it into [[VideoGame/JojosBizarreAdventureAllStarBattle the CyberConnect2 game]]? He definitely qualifies for this.
** Until Vanilla Ice was announced for DLC, but he still got in before the most successful HeroKiller in Part 3. That's got to count for something.
** To put it in perspective, he's in ''All-Star Battle'' from the start (although like all villains, you have to defeat him in Story Mode to use him). Old Joseph Joestar and Iggy are DLC. He got into the game ''before two '''heroes''' from the same part''.
** He also got a special end credits sequence and song in the second half of the David Production ''Stardust Crusaders'' adaptation, alongside Boingo in Thoth's art style.
* TheCasanova: He extols the virtues of charming people to J. Geil, pointing out things could be gotten in return. It ends up saving his life once, even. [[spoiler:Though unknown to Hol Horse himself, that particular girl happened to be an agent of Dio.]]
* CombatPragmatist: Hol Horse knows exactly how underpowered his ability is compared to a lot of other Stand Users. He still does what he can and uses his environment, along with his partners, to the best of his ability. He starts out intimidating, [[spoiler:almost]] killing [[spoiler:Avdol]], but runs away in the end. Next time he shows up, he's at the mercy of Enya and forms a brief EnemyMine situation with Jotaro and company. Then in his final appearance with Boingo, he ends up defeating himself quite spectacularly with the Crusaders none the wiser he was even there.
* {{Cowboy}}: A extremely corny one. That's quite....normal in this manga.
* DirtyCoward: Somewhat justified since his stand isn't very powerful on its own.
* EagleLand: Type 2. He's the first major American character to be portrayed negatively in the series.
* EnemyMine: With the Crusaders when Enya shows up for revenge.
* GratuitousEnglish: His English ''sucks'' in the 2014 Anime.
* GoldfishPoopGang: After his first appearance.
* TheGunslinger: Unfortunately, he can't hit a damn thing.
* HeroKiller: [[spoiler:''Almost''. He manages to shoot Avdol, and he's believed dead, but, he actually survives [[FakingTheDead and takes the opportunity to fake his death]] so as to assist the rest of the team from afar without the bad guys' suspicion]].
* HoistByHisOwnPetard: [[spoiler:Which, when you consider he can actually ''control his bullets' trajectory'', [[WhatAnIdiot is saying something]]]].
* ImperialStormtrooperMarksmanshipAcademy: Hol Horse, you've got to suck pretty badly when you miss everyone you fire at '''WHEN YOU CAN CONTROL THE DIRECTION OF THE BULLETS!'''
** [[spoiler: Made even better by the fact that he's been hit by his own bullets on two separate occasions. The first time he was being subjected to PeoplePuppets, but the second time was him forgetting his own stand's bullets were still flying around]].
* ImprobableAimingSkills: Hol Horse's Stand can control the bullets from his gun.
* IneffectualSympatheticVillain: Is one of the most incompetent stand users hired by Dio, along with Oingo and Boingo.
* InverseLawOfUtilityAndLethality: Hol Horse gets hit with it ''bad''. His Emperor Stand is a gun with controllable bullets; by all rights, he should just be able to get the drop on the heroes and [[WhyDontYouJustShootHim shoot them all dead in their sleep]]. In spite of that, he manages to kill precisely [[spoiler:none]] of them. He is considered one of the weakest Stand users in the series, even to himself.
* {{Jerkass}}
* KickTheSonOfABitch: One of the few times he's actually threatening is when he unceremoniously blows off the ear of a rude {{Jerkass}} who took his cab and went out of his way to mock Hol Horse about taking his cab.
* KnowWhenToFoldEm: A big part of it is that he understands how weak Emperor is in comparison to most other Stands, at least if he doesn't have another Stand User at his side to help compensate for Emperor's flaws. He also isn't as fanatically loyal to Dio as most of Jotaro's other enemies are. Plus, the fact that he bails every time he's at a disadvantage means [[GenreSavvy he lives for WAY longer than any other of Dio's henchmen]].
* LaserGuidedKarma: [[spoiler:He's ultimately disposed of when one of his bullets ends up hitting him in the head in a way that hospitalizes him but doesn't kill him, similar to what happens with Avdol.]]
* MageMarksman: Hol Horse's Stand consists of a gun and the bullets within, [[ImprobableAimingSkills allowing him to control the trajectory of his shots.]] [[ImperialStormtrooperMarksmanshipAcademy Too bad he couldn't hit the broad side of a barn.]]
* NumberTwo: Explicitly calls himself this kind of person, preferring to let his partner take charge while he backs them up [[spoiler:and then abandon them the moment things go bad.]]
* OnlyInItForTheMoney: He's a hired mercenary who lacks the fanatical loyalty to DIO that most of the other villains have. He even tries to kill DIO near the end, who proceeds to terrify him into submission, at which point he sees no other choice than to do as he says or die.
* RevolversAreJustBetter: The form of his Stand. [[ImperialStormtrooperMarksmanshipAcademy Too bad he can't get a shot even if his life depended on it.]]
* SpannerInTheWorks: Proves to be this for Enya.
* StabTheScorpion: In a hilarious variation, he kicks a woman in the neck because one of Boingo's previsions not only showed him doing so but also receiving some jewerly as a result. Turns out that there was a deadly scorpion hiding in her scarf.
* UngratefulBastard: The Crusaders saved Hol Horse from Enya's wrath and he repays them by stealing their car and returning to DIO's side, the asshole.
* VillainDecay: '''BIG TIME'''. Initially shown to be an effective HeroKiller, in his next appearance he's humiliated by the next villain and forced into an EnemyMine situation with Polnareff, and finally he's reduced to an even bigger ButtMonkey than Polnareff when partnered with Boingo of all people.
* WouldntHitAGirl: Although he [[StabTheScorpion makes an exception once]].

! J. Geil (Stand: Hanged Man)
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-> Voiced by: Creator/TakuyaKirimoto (TV anime), Creator/FumihikoTachiki (''All-Star Battle''), Creator/ShigeruChiba (CD drama), Creator/{{Mugihito}} (OVA), Creator/YoshitoYasuhara (''Heritage for the Future'' video game)

A mercenary of Dio as well as Enya's son. He is the one who killed Polnareff's sister and is later partnered with Hol Horse. He is named after [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_J._Geils_Band the J. Geils Band]].

His stand, Hanged Man, can travel between the reflections in objects, and will stab you from them. Its true form is [[spoiler:a small spark of light that had to physically jump from reflection to reflection]].
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* AssistCharacter: Hanged Man is one to Hol Horse in multiple video game adaptations.
* BaldOfEvil: 100% bald, 100% evil.
* BatmanGambit: His plan to kill Polareff hinges on manipulating off his desire for revenge and tricking him into making mistakes.
* DirtyCoward: Immediately begs for his life after spending the fight mocking Polnareff for the death of his sister and friend.
* DubNameChange: Called Centerfold in All Star Battle and the Crunchyroll subs, a reference to the song of the same name by The J. Geil's Band
* EvilMakesYouUgly: Definitely ugly with no kindness whatsoever.
* EvilGloating: Fond of this, including telling how he murdered Polnareff's sister.
* ExplainingYourPowersToTheEnemy: Subverted. J. Geil ''lies'' about how his powers work. He claims his stand inhabits a "mirror world", but it actually just stays on a single reflective surface at a time.
* {{Gonk}}: And unlike most other examples, in a genuinely unnerving fashion.
* HumanPincushion: Turned into one and said word for word by Polnareff, who didn't trust the [[SeeYouInHell denizens of hell]] to do it for him..
* HumanShield: Is pretty fond of manifesting his stand inside people's eyes, forcing the heroes to either let themselves get killed or put out an innocent bystander's eyes. Fortunately, the heroes are able to TakeAThirdOption each time, always involving [[LesserOfTwoEvils kicking sand into people's eyes instead.]]
* InTheBack: His favored assassination method.
* {{Jerkass}}: The most sadistic of Dio's men.
* KarmicDeath: In either the OVA or manga, he's either [[NoHoldsBarredBeatdown stabbed multiple times]] or [[MegatonPunch punched so hard]] that he lands on spikes that impale him, both times by Polnareff. In the TV Anime, ''[[ThereIsNoKillLikeOverkill It's both.]]'' The last time we see him, his corpse is hanging upside down. In Tarot, the Hanged Man is usually upside down as well.
* KnightOfCerebus: J. Geil's is a horrible shitbag of a human being and everything about him is played seriously on top of him being rather GenreSavvy for a SmugSnake.
* KnifeNut: The Hanged Man is armed with a wrist dagger while J. Geil himself keeps a dagger on his person.
* LaserGuidedKarma: Is killed by the brother of a woman he raped and murdered.
* LightIsNotGood: Hanged Man behaves like light, able to bounce instantly from one reflective surface to another. J. Geil, on the other hand, is probably the most monstrous of Dio's henchman.
* LovesTheSoundOfScreaming: And he's raped and murdered quite a few women in order to experience it, including Polnareff's sister, which he gloats about.
* ManipulativeBastard: Likes to hide his stand in people's orbits, knowing that the heroes don't would kill or injure an innocent.
* MonochromaticEyes: He has very tiny pupils, which normally aren't seen giving him the unnerving appearance of plain white eyes.
* NoCelebritiesWereHarmed: Bears a striking resemblance to horror movie actor Michael Berryman.
* PureIsNotGood: His mother describes him as pure. She's either completely oblivious or J. Geil embodies a particularly extreme variant of this trope.
* PsychoForHire: Even in comparison to Dio's other underlings.
* RapeIsASpecialKindOfEvil: He raped Polnareff's sister before killing her.
* RedRightHand: In this case, a left hand shaped like a right hand, likely a birth defect.
* ReflectiveEyes: Takes advantage of this - the human cornea reflects light, which allows him to hide in it. At several points, Polnareff and Kakyoin look into someone's eyes and see the Hanged Man in there.
* {{Sadist}}: Makes it very clear that he enjoys women screaming and inflicting guilt onto their loved ones.
* SerialKiller: Noted to be one, just made worse after meeting Dio.
* SmugSnake: A rather monstrous one.
* WritingAroundTrademarks: In the English version of ''All-Star Battle'', he's called Centerfold. Actually pretty clever, since that's the [[OneHitWonder only popular song]] of the J. Geils Band.
* YouKilledMyFather: Polnareff's main beef with him, not helped by [[RapeIsASpecialKindOfEvil what he did before that]]

! Nena (Stand: Empress)
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-> Voiced by: Creator/SatsukiYukino (TV anime), Creator/MegumiToyoguchi (OVA), Creator/JunkoTakeuchi (''Heritage for the Future'' video game)

An assassin of Dio that poses as a woman attempting to flirt with the Joestar company. She is named after [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nena Nena]].

Her stand, Empress, manifests itself as a living growth on a person's body, manipulating and controlling their every move and growing stronger over time.
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* BitchInSheepsClothing: Seduces Polnareff (that isn't that [[CasanovaWannabe hard]]), preventing him from helping Joseph.
* BloodyMurder: In order for Empress to work she has to infect her target with her blood.
* BodyHorror: Empress essentially subsumes whomever it parasitizes. It starts off looking like a scab, but as it eats, it gets more and more humanoid, and more resolute to eat its host. Ultimately, it's revealed that [[spoiler:the real Nena isn't the Indian woman the heroes met, but a short fat white woman who was ''wearing that Indian woman's skin as a disguise''.]] It gets worse when you consider that this is probably the ultimate fate of Empress's victims.
* CruelAndUnusualDeath: Empress eats its victims from the inside out.
* DemotedToExtra: In the OVA, she's just a SatelliteLoveInterest for Hol Horse to take advantage of and not a Stand User.
* {{Gonk}}: [[spoiler:Her real form is an ugly, big-headed, short woman hiding in whatever body she is in at the time.]]
* ManipulativeBitch: It helps that the heroes see her as nothing more than a normal woman seduced by Hol Horse.
* ShoutOut: Her ability is very similar to the "Face Sore" story in the early ''Manga/BlackJack'' manga.
* UnderestimatingBadassery: [[spoiler:Wrongly assumed Joseph was nothing more than a senile old man with a weak stand. She meets her demise when he outsmarts her.]]

! ZZ (Stand: Wheel of Fortune)
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-> Voiced by: Creator/MasamiIwasaki (TV anime)
An assassin of Dio who ambushes the Joestars while they are driving in a car. He is named after Music/ZZTop.

His stand, Wheel of Fortune, takes the shape of a car that he can control.
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* AllThereInTheManual: His name comes from supplementary materials; his name isn't revealed in the manga proper.
* BadassDriver
* BreakingTheFourthWall: [[spoiler:When he thinks he's slain Jotaro, he points his finger at ''the reader'' and declares "I win! This is the end of Part 3 of [=JoJo=]!" Of course, it's followed by a not-so-dead Jotaro replying "Oh yeah? Then who's gonna be the new main character? You better not say '''you'''."]]
* CarFu: His Stand lets him perform unusual feats with his car, such as driving on walls, shapeshifting, and shooting bullets of gasoline.
* CoolAndUnusualPunishment: After being defeated, he is tied up to a rock and gagged, and the heroes put a sign which reads: [[SugarWiki/FunnyMoments I am training,]][[LockedUpAndLeftBehind please do not disturb me.]] It's a BrickJoke to the eccentric people training with in painful positions and with painful objects that the Crusaders see around the road just before he attacks.
* CoolCar: Played straight then subverted. Wheel of Fortune starts at as a badass car then after ZZ's defeat his car is revealed to be a piece of crap.
* FeetOfClay: The second type: the heroes just see his muscular arms at first, but it turns out the whole rest of him is scrawny, and he's a total coward once his Stand is defeated.
* {{Gonk}}: With his unusual hairstyle, scrawny body, and disproportionately beefy arms, he's quite an odd-looking fellow.
* TheLastOfTheseIsNotLikeTheOthers: His beefy arms stand in stark contrast to the rest of his body; in the design book ''JOJOVELLER'', Araki admitted that he was designed explicitly to make that single joke.
* OneWingedAngel: He is able to transform his stand in a more...menacing form.
* OnlyInItForTheMoney: Admits this after he is defeated.
* ShoutOut:
** The whole fight is basically an extended reference to "Killer Car" movies, with two in particular. The shape of Wheel of Fortune's normal sedan form is reminiscent of ''{{Film/The Car}}'', and several moments in the arc are lifted wholesale from ''{{Film/Duel}}'' [[labelnote:*]] A vehicle that harasses the protagonists by constantly tailgating, or driving in front extremely slowly, the driver initially being identified only by his arm, trying to identify him at a rest stop, signalling them to pass while a vehicle is in the oncoming lane, etc.[[/labelnote]]
** Wheel of Fortune resembles the car on the cover of the ZZ Top album [[https://i.ytimg.com/vi/Pn2-b_opVTo/hqdefault.jpg "Eliminator"]] further alluding to his namesake.
* ThisWasHisTrueForm: After ZZ's defeat Wheel of Fortune leaves his car, revealing it to be an old clunker.

! Enya Geil (Stand: Justice)
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-> Voiced by: Creator/ReikoSuzuki (TV anime), Creator/KatsueMiwa (''All-Star Battle''), Creator/RikaFukami (OVA), Sanae Takagi (''Heritage for the Future'' video game)

Mother of J. Geil and one of Dio's more loyal followers. She is named after Music/{{Enya}}.

Her stand, Justice, can control dead bodies by inhabiting them with a strange mist-like substance.
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* AffablyEvil: Only with her son and DIO though.
* AvengingTheVillain: Tries to take vengeance for her son J.Geil's death.
* BadassBoast: "Justice will triumph!"
* CallBack: Her zombie town is eerily similar to Dio Brando's shenanigans in Windknights Lot back from ''Phantom Blood''.
* CompositeCharacter: In the OVA, she's blended with Nena.
* DotingParent: To J.Geil, though [[HorribleJudgeOfCharacter she tends to forget how monstrous a person he truly is]]
* TheDragon: DIO's original one. [[spoiler: Then he decides to upsize to {{Hero Killer}}s.]]
* DubNameChange: An odd version. In the original Japanese, characters refer to her as "Enya-Ba", with "ba" being a Japanese suffix that refers to an older woman; thus, they're essentially calling her "Granny Enya". Both Viz and Crunchyroll integrated the "ba" into her name, making it "Enyaba". Additionally, Viz gave her her son's surname Geil, while Crunchyroll didn't because they had to change his name too.
* EtTuBrute: Her reaction [[spoiler:to Dio having her disposed of]].
* EvilOldFolks: Can you believe that it's possible to see a resemblance between her and her son because of this?
* GypsyCurse: She fits the character type associated with this trope suspiciously well; she's a fierce, [[AmbiguouslyBrown dark-skinned]] old lady with a penchance for witchcraft, murder and [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking scamming people]]. Also worth noting is that she makes a cameo early in Part 7 as a ''fortune teller''.
* HeKnowsTooMuch: [[spoiler:This is why Dio has Steely Dan execute her. Despite her loyalty, they don't trust even ''her'' to not reveal the nature of The World.]]
* HorribleJudgeOfCharacter: [[SarcasmMode Why yes, Enya, your son is definitely]] [[EvilGloating someone]] [[SerialKiller worth]] [[RapeIsASpecialKindOfEvil avenging]]!
* InTheBlood: Probably one explanation to why she would avenge her son when he was a twisted murderer. She herself worships someone like ''Dio'', after all.
* IWasQuiteALooker: A younger version of her shows up in the OVA prequel and indeed she was much easier on the eyes. [[http://i.imgur.com/6SRMVe1.jpg See for yourself]].
* KickTheDog: Actually, Enya mixes things up: she pointlessly tortures a ''cat'' instead! A welcome departure from all the dog murder, wouldn't you say?
* LargeHam: She likes to talk about the power of her Stand, that's for sure.
* MiniatureSeniorCitizens: A photograph of her in Part 4 shows her carrying the Bow and Stand Arrow. The Bow is a normal-sized recurve bow. ''It's as tall as she is.''
* MoralMyopia: [[spoiler: Hates that Polnareff killed her son...who killed and raped his sister AND was a psychotic, evil serial killer.]]
* TheNecromancer: Enya can have Justce infect corpses with its fog allowing her to raise them as zombies.
* NighInvulnerability: Justice is made of fog so its impossible to hurt even with other Stands. Jotaro gets around this usually broken ability by having Star Platinum inhale Justice causing Enya to suffocate.
* NeverMessWithGranny: Keeps up with Silver Chariot armed with only a pair of scissors, and surprises Jotaro with how fast she can run, despite her advanced age.
* PeoplePuppets: Justice can possess people through their wounds.
* ThePhilosopher: She can keep up with DIO's philosophizing.
* PsychoSupporter: To Dio[[spoiler:, [[HeKnowsTooMuch but the feeling's not shared]].]]
* RedRightHand: Same as her son.
* RoaringRampageOfRevenge: After Nena and ZZ fail to bring down Polnareff & Co., she decides she has to avenge her son herself.
* ShearMenace: She's a pretty good fencer with those scissors.
* SkullForAHead: Part of Justice's appearance.
* UnderestimatingBadassery: She wrote off the Crusaders as "trash". To say that this was a mistake is a major understatement.
* UndyingLoyalty: Completely loyal to Dio, to the point where [[spoiler:she refuses to disclose any info about Dio's Stand to Jotaro and the gang even when she finds out that she's just as expendable to Dio as any of the other Stand users and he has her killed to protect his secret.]]
* WickedWitch: Has several elements of this.
* ZombieApocalypse: She controls a localized one through Justice.

! Steely Dan (Stand: Lovers)
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-> Voiced by: Creator/DaisukeKishio (TV anime), Creator/MitsuakiMadono (''Heritage for the Future'' video game)

A mercenary hired by Dio [[spoiler:to kill Enya in case she told anything about his secrets]] and holds Joseph hostage. He is named after Music/SteelyDan. He also [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking sells overpriced kebab to foreigners]].

His stand, Lovers, allows him to enter a person's body and stimulate their pain receptors until they die, forcing Jotaro to bend to his will.
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* {{Bishonen}}: It fits his arcana.
* TheBully: He's basically a high school bully all grown up.
* CouldHaveAvoidedThisPlot: DIO only sent him to [[spoiler: kill Enya]] even paying him for that job before hand. He even admits that he had no reason to fight the protagonists since he was already paid. He only attacked the protagonists just to get some cheap thrills. Had he just [[spoiler: killed Enya]] and left his fight would have been skipped.
* DirtyCoward: Since his Stand allows him to have the other person suffer more than him, he abuses the fact that he's invincible, only to beg once that's no longer an option.
* DubNameChange: To Rubber Soul. A DubInducedPlothole and a nonsense aversion of OneSteveLimit is avoided only by the fact that the name of Yellow Temperance's User is never actually uttered or printed in either version of the manga. It's only in [[AllThereInTheManual supplementary material]] and the video games. Averted in Crunchyroll's subs for the anime adaptation, where he is instead named "Dan of Steel".
* EvilIsPetty: He puts Jotaro in a position where he can't harm him without hurting his own grandfather. How he takes advantage of it? By making Jotaro complete ridiculous and small requests, like scratching his back or shining his shoes.
* FantasticVoyagePlot: Lovers enters Joseph's body to hold him hostage, and in order to defeat him, Kakyoin and Polnareff have to shrink their Stands down and fight him inside Joseph's head.
* HateSink: Nothing redeeming about him except the sight what was coming to him.
* HeartIsAnAwesomePower: His stand is literally the weakest stand ever, being able to be crushed between two fingers. His stand's ''ability'', however, is frighteningly effective.
* {{Jerkass}}: Goes out of his way to abuse Jotaro while keeping Joseph hostage with Lovers.
* MesACrowd: The Lovers can used dead tissue to make copies of itself.
* NoHoldsBarredBeatdown: A very satisfying one to boot given all the crap he put Jotaro through once his stand is beaten. So much so that ''three pages'' are dedicated to him getting the stuffing beaten out of him by Star Platinum before he's sent flying into a wall.
* OnlyInItForTheMoney: Like Hol Horse, he claims to be simply a hired assassin. When Jotaro finally gets the upper hand on him, he even states that since Dio paid him up front there's no real reason for him to try and kill them.
* {{Synchronization}}: Lovers attaches itself to its victim and transfers and multiplies any damage done to Steely Dan to the other person, making it impossible to hurt him while it's in effect.
* VillainsWantMercy: After physically and abusing Jotaro while holding Joseph hostage with his Stand, then later attempted to take a little girl hostage, Steely Dan begs for mercy from Jotaro once his Stand had been immobilized by Hierophant Green. He even tried to bribe Jotaro to let him go. Jotaro doesn't, as his debt owed to him can't be paid back with money and proceeds to pummel him savagely with Star Platinum.
* WeakButSkilled: Dan claims that his Stand is the weakest one, but even if other Stand users manage to directly fight it, Lovers is still very tricky and can put up a good fight.

! Arabia Fats (Stand: The Sun)
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-> Voiced by: Manabu Sakamaki (TV anime), Creator/WataruTakagi (''Heritage for the Future'' video game)

An assassin of Dio who attacks the Joestars while in the desert. He is named after [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fats_Domino Fats Domino]].

His stand, the Sun, is a replica of the sun that exposes victims to intense desert heat 24/7.
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* CurbStompBattle: In spite of the sheer power exhibited by The Sun, Jotaro takes him down with a solitary rock. Admittedly, it was thrown by Star Platinum, but still...
* ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin: The Sun plays the part of a second sun, the whole idea being to warm Arabia Fats's victims unto death by hyperthermia. Of course, the actual sun can't shoot [[FrickinLaserBeams lasers]]...
* FrickinLaserBeams: If the extremely high heat wasn't enough, it has the ability to fire lasers, making it one of the strongest offensive Stands in Part 3.
* HiddenInPlainSight: The Sun Stand disguises itself by pretending to be the real Sun floating above the Crusaders. He himself was hidden behind a vehicle with a mirror on it to keep himself camouflaged. This wound up backfiring however when the heroes noticed part of the scenery looked off and eventually pieced together where he was.
* GlassCannon: The Sun is ridiculously powerful, with its intense heat and its [[FrickinLaserBeams laser attack]]. Arabia, on the other hand, isn't.
* NoNameGiven: His name [[AllThereInTheManual comes from supplementary materials]] and isn't revealed in the manga proper.
* PowerOfTheSun: His stand generates a second sun hot enough to melt scorpions.

! Mannish Boy (Stand: Death 13)
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->Death 13 voiced by: Creator/IkueOtani (TV Anime), Creator/MikiNagasawa (''Heritage for the Future'' video game)

An intelligent infant who attacks the Joestars in their dreams with his dream-invading Stand. He is named after the [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Muddy_Waters Muddy Waters]] song "Mannish Boy".

His stand, Death 13, can invade and control dreams.
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* BitchInSheepsClothing: Pretends to be a cute baby when he's really a murderous sadist.
* BonusBoss: Death 13 in the Capcom fighting game.
* BrainyBaby: Due to his Stand, he has the mind of an evil genius, although he pretends to be an ordinary baby when others are around.
* DreamWeaver: Basically the Stand version of [[Franchise/ANightmareOnElmStreet Freddy Krueger]].
* EnfantTerrible: An 11-month-old baby who smokes and has fangs.
* FangsAreEvil: He has vampiric fangs, despite apparently not being a vampire. Don't think they are CuteLittleFangs.
* LaserGuidedAmnesia: People who suffer Death 13's dream world lose almost all memory of it when they wake up. This makes it a lot more dangerous, because even if someone survives Death 13 attacking them in their dreams, they'll probably go back to sleep without figuring out it's endangering their life. Kakyoin gets around this by [[HumanNotepad carving a message into his arm]] in the dream, [[YourMindMakesItReal which puts it on his body in the real world]]. Falling asleep with your Stand active also somehow causes one to retain their memories.
* MeaningfulName: "Mannish Boy" isn't a bad name for an infant with adult intelligence.
* MonsterClown: Death 13, a GrimReaper with a clown mask.
* NoNameGiven: His name [[AllThereInTheManual comes from supplementary materials]] and isn't revealed in the manga proper.
* PowerNullifier: Death 13 can disturb the spiritual energy of its victims enough that they'll be unable to summon their Stand when inside its dream world. However, if their Stand is summoned ''before'' they fall asleep, it'll be in their dreams as well.
* PsychoForHire: Seriously, where does DIO find these people?
* RevengeIsADishBestServed: Since he's a baby, he isn't physically punished like other villains. Instead, Kakyoin spikes his baby food with his own stool.
* {{Sadist}}: Again, where did DIO find this guy?
* SinisterScythe: Death 13 uses one to kill his opponents. Or the occasional [[KickTheDog dog]].
* TroublingUnchildlikeBehaviour: Despite being a 11-month-old baby, he smokes ([[{{Bowdlerise}} though not in the anime]]), swears, and has an AxCrazy attitude when dealing with his victims.
* VerbalTic: "Lali-ho!"
* YourMindMakesItReal: Mannish Boy is just an eleven month-old infant (with fangs), so instead of fighting directly, he ''kills people in their dreams.''

! Cameo (Stand: Judgment)
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-> Voiced by: Creator/KinryuArimoto (TV anime), Creator/RyuzaburoOtomo (''All-Star Battle''), Creator/WataruTakagi (''Heritage for the Future'' video game)

An assassin of Dio who attempts to lead Polnareff away from the group in order to kill him alone. He is named after [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cameo_(band) Cameo]].

Judgement has the ability to grant wishes, but with one troubling (and often times fatal) flaw.
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* BeCarefulWhatYouWishFor: Judgment's power is to animate the earth to apparently fulfill a victim's wishes.
* DishingOutDirt: Of the dirt variety, using it to build his golems.
* EyeScream: [[spoiler:Magicians Red wraps a chain of fire around Judgement's neck and feeds the flames into his head]] blowing out his eyes from the inside.
* GratuitousEnglish: '''HAIL 2 U!'''
** IronicEcho: HELL 2 U!
* JackassGenie: Aside from the whole "granting wishes by just making things out of dirt" thing, which makes the treasure Polnareff wishes for worthless, when he wishes for his sister and [[spoiler:Avdol]] to come back to life, they appear as hostile zombies.
* ShapeshifterGuiltTrip: Of the clones variety; his Cherie and Avdol "zombies" accuse Polnareff of letting him die while attacking them.
* RedRightHand: The clay people he creates to appear as zombies all share a deformity on their face surrounding a purely red eye.
* ReedSnorkel: How he manages to breathe while hiding underground.
* {{Synchronization}}: Averted, and notable for it's absence. Unlike most stands, especially those in Stardust Crusaders, the damage inflicted onto Judgement doesn't affect Cameo at all.


! Midler (Stand: High Priestess)
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-> Voiced by: Creator/AyaHisakawa (TV anime), Creator/MikiNagasawa (''Heritage for the Future'' video game)

An assassin who attempts to kill the Joestars while they're in a submarine. She is named after [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bette_Midler Bette Midler]].

Her stand, High Priestess, has the ability to form metals, like zinc or iron, into inorganic objects.
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* AscendedExtra: Between the manga and the Capcom fighting game.
* DubNameChange: The Crunchyroll subs call her Rose, referencing Bette Midler's hit song "The Rose".
* ExtraOreDinary
* TheGhost[=/=]TheFaceless: The entire battle against her is just against her Stand; the heroes only find her after defeating her, and all the reader gets to see is her legs poking out from under her clothes and her hair. Which could be a good thing considering Abdul says that all her teeth were broken from the battle. Araki ultimately designs an appearance for her in a side video game, showing that she is, in fact, [[http://img2.wikia.nocookie.net/__cb20140803003527/jjba/images/4/42/Midler_character_card.png quite the looker]].
* {{Gainaxing}}: Has this in her animations in the Capcom fighting game.
* MsFanservice: Not apparent [[TheFaceless in the manga]], but the video game shows that she's a beautiful woman in BellyDancer clothing.
* OhCrap: Not herself, but she starts out as a small Stand; the revelation that she's turned into a large face is a mass OhCrap moment.
* OrificeInvasion: [[ButtMonkey Polnareff]] didn't see that coming when he put that breather....
* UndyingLoyalty: Her ending in the Capcom game has her [[spoiler: voluntarily giving DIO her blood as a result of selling her soul to DIO.]]
* UnexpectedCharacter: She's a playable character in the Capcom-produced fighting game. In light of the above, Araki had to develop her appearance from elsewhere -- namely from [[Characters/JoJosBizarreAdventurePart4 Yukako]] and the willing victims that Hol Horse found in Dio's mansion.
* VillainousCrush: A minor one, lamenting having to kill Jotaro. The group tries to exploit it...and fail spectacularly.
* VoluntaryShapeshifter: The High Priestess has the power to manipulate anything mineral-based.

! N'Doul (Stand: Geb)
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-> Voiced by: [[Creator/KentaroIto Kentaro Ito]] (TV anime and ''Eyes of Heaven''), Koji Tanaka (OVA), Creator/YujiKishi (''Heritage for the Future'' video game)

A blind stand user. He is named after [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Youssou_N%27Dour Youssou N'Dour]].

His stand, Geb, has the ability to control water and shoot it at high speeds, capable of severing flesh and bone.
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* BetterToDieThanBeKilled: He takes his own life knowing Dio would probably kill him anyway.
* CurbStompBattle: He manages to take Avdol and Kakyoin out of commission easily, with only a small, if severe, burn to show for it.
* GlassCannon: Geb is extremely dangerous and with the desert it makes it hard to track and watch. However N'Doul himself is defeated with a single hit from Star Platinum.
* HandicappedBadass: He's blind, but he is easily one of the most dangerous stand users the group encounters, and easily the deadliest encountered up to that point. He knocks out Kakyoin and Avdol and has the others at his mercy until Jotaro forced Iggy to get involved. Even then Jotaro got very lucky.
* KickTheDog: He violently kills two Speedwagon Foundation Helicopter pilots after they'd supplied the heroes, and were flying away.
* MakingASplash: Geb can manipulate water, turning it into a pretty nasty weapon.
* MoreThanMindControl: He sees Dio as a [[DarkMessiah savior for the bad guys]].
* NobleDemon: Jotaro notes him to be this.
* SpellMyNameWithAnS: It's either N'Dou''l'' or N'Dou''r'', though the former is more common.
* WolverineClaws: When Geb manifests as a hand with weaponized FemmeFatalons, it can do quite a bit of damage.
* WorthyOpponent: Jotaro is impressed that N'Doul is able to knock his hat off of his head - which he mentions has stayed put ''even while underwater''. He's probably the only of Dio's assassins that he respects, as he buries N'Doul after he kills himself.

! Boingo (Stand: Thoth)
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->Voiced by: Creator/MotokoKumai (TV anime), Takahiro Fujimoto (''All-Star Battle''), Sanae Takagi (''Heritage for the Future'' video game)

The younger of two brothers that attempt to attack the Joestars, he later partners up with Hol Horse. He and Oingo are named after Music/OingoBoingo (or, in the Viz translation, after Music/ThePolice album ''Zenyattà Mondatta'').

His Stand manifests itself as a comic book that can predict the future with 100% accuracy. Whether or not he can follow through with said predictions is another thing.
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* ArtShift: His Stand is a comic book, and the illustrations are rather surreal.
* DubNameChange: To Mondatta.
* EvenEvilHasLovedOnes: Fiercely loyal to his brother, which leads to his team-up with Hol Horse in hopes of getting revenge for the injuries Oingo sustained in their last encounter with the heroes.
* GoneHorriblyRight: While his stand may have correctly predicted [[spoiler:Jotaro's death in Part 6 as well as how he died]], it didn't save Oingo from suffering the same fate while disguised as him.
* IneffectualSympatheticVillain: He's one of the weakest Stand Users in Dio's group, but he's pretty much TheChewToy for the other more ineffective minions to take advantage of.
* ProphecyTwist: His Stand predicts the future without fail, and while each prediction implies a clear course of action, it turns out there's enough wiggle room that the result isn't always what Boingo and his allies expect.
** PropheticFallacy: Since Thoth can only see the immediate future, sometimes the twist comes from leaving out the consequences of what comes next. Especially true if the prediction appears abundantly straightforward.
* PunchClockVillain: Pretty much ForcedIntoEvil by his brother Oingo and Hol Horse, then tries to avenge the former and...
** HeelFaceDoorSlam: ..even tries to change his ways before Iggy mauls him and makes him even more insecure than before.
** An artwork shown later in Part 6 shows that he's at least become an illustrator later on.
* SpecialEditionTitle: Ending in this case, Oingo and he have a their own ending song in the anime. He gets another with Hol Horse as well.
* VerbalTic: "Yes!"
* WeirdnessMagnet: [[FightingSpirit Thoth]] aside, he tends to attract unwanted attention from people who wanted to use him (Hol Horse) or happen on the wrong person ([[spoiler:Iggy]]).
* YouCantFightFate: Thoth's predictions are 100% accurate! Realizing how they'll come about or what happens next, however -- that's the rub.

! Oingo (Stand: Khnum)
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-> Voiced by: Creator/MakotoYasumura (TV anime), Creator/HisayoshiSuganuma (''All-Star Battle''), Creator/YujiKishi (''Heritage for the Future'' video game)

The elder of two brothers that attempts to attack the Joestars. He and Boingo are named after Music/OingoBoingo (or, in the Viz translation, after Music/ThePolice album ''Zenyattà Mondatta'').

His stand, Khnum, allows him to disguise himself as anyone in the world, altering his face, size, and even smell to fool his opponents.
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* DressingAsTheEnemy: Not by choice though, he disguised as Jotaro to avoid being attacked by Joseph and Polnareff. This leads to his defeat, as he becomes the "Jotaro" that was described in Thoth's prophecy.
* DubNameChange: To Zenyatta.
* EvenEvilHasLovedOnes: Immensely protective of Boingo and tears up at the thought of his brother growing more confident.
* GenreSavvy: He's well aware that while Thoth's prophecies always come true, they don't always come true in the way that he would like them to. When Thoth reveals that Jotaro will be blown up by a bomb hidden in an orange, Oingo becomes ''very'' nervous when he uses his Stand to disguise himself as Jotaro.
* IneffectualSympatheticVillain
* KnightTemplarBigBrother: Is very overprotective over his brother Boingo.
* ProphecyTwist: While he immediately realizes that one is coming beforehand, and does everything he can to get out of it, the twist still blindsides him.
* SpecialEditionTitle: Ending in this case, Boingo and he get their own little ending song in the anime.
* TheUnfought: The heroes never realize they're being attacked by him!
* VoluntaryShapeshifting: His Stand lets him do this as long as the end result is still humanoid. He can't alter or generate clothes, but he ''can'' resculpt his hair to resemble a hat.

! Anubis (Users: Caravan Serai, Chaka, Khan, [[spoiler:Jean-Pierre Polnareff]], an unnamed child)
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->Anubus voiced by: Creator/YasunoriMatsumoto (TV anime), Creator/TakashiNagasako (''Heritage for the Future'' video game)
->Chaka voiced by: Creator/AnriKatsu (TV anime), Creator/TakashiNagasako (''Heritage for the Future'' video game)
->Khan voiced by: Creator/HidenariUgaki (TV anime), Creator/TakashiNagasako (''Heritage for the Future'' video game)

Anubis is a malevolent Stand inhabiting an Ancient Egyptian sword that possesses whoever holds it. His previous wielders, Caravan Serai, Chaka, and Khan were named after Music/{{Santana}} album ''Caravanserai'' and [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chaka_Khan Chaka Khan]], respectively.
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* AintTooProudToBeg: Once he falls into the river, he tries to beg the surrounding wildlife to help him, but to no avail.
* AllThereInTheManual: The names Caraven Serai and Khan come from supplementary materials; their names aren't revealed in the manga proper.
* AndIMustScream: Ends up at the bottom of a river, unable to do anything until it rusts away.
* AwesomenessByAnalysis: Anubis claims to never lose to the same opponent twice, since it analyzes its opponents' strengths and weaknesses from the first fight and memorizes their techniques.
* BloodKnight: It really loves fighting.
* CoolSword: Anubis is bound to an ''Egyptian'' ''[[KatanasAreJustBetter katana]]''. Its wielders repeatedly state that it's a very beautiful blade, too.
* DeathByIrony: [[spoiler:Anubis is named for the Egyptian god of embalming. It dies by rusting away.]]
* DualWielding: Does this when possessing [[spoiler:Polnareff, using Silver Chariot's rapier as well]].
* EvilWeapon: Can possess the wielder if the user draws the sword from its sheath.
* FourIsDeath: "No matter what, no matter what, no matter what, ''no matter what [[BadassBoast I won't lose]]''!"
* {{Intangibility}}: The blade can pass through solid objects, cutting only what it wants to.
* InstantExpert: Part of Anubis's mind control includes talking to its users and claiming they're master swordsmen. But it's averted as Polnareff, an expert swordsman in his own right, notices that they're complete amateurs.
* LetsFightLikeGentlemen: Seems to do this against Polnareff, but this is subverted when he ambushes Polnareff and attempts to throw himself at Jotaro's back.
* LightningBruiser: According to his already fast opponents, he's actually getting stronger and faster each time he fights. Though it's possible that he just ''seems'' stronger and faster due to reacting faster to moves that he's seen before.
* TalkingWeapon

! Mariah (Stand: Bast)
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-> Voiced by: Creator/AyahiTakagaki (TV anime and ''Eyes of Heaven''), Creator/MikiNagasawa (''Heritage for the Future'' video game)

A dark-skinned woman who attacks Joseph and Avdul with her magnetic Stand. She is named after Music/MariahCarey.

Her stand, Bast, has the ability to give people a magnetic center, causing metal to be pulled toward them.
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* AdaptationalAttractiveness: A more downplayed example; she's been beautiful since the beginning, but the 2015 anime made her admittedly flat chest bigger.
* BareYourMidriff: She has her midriff bare, to help the heat and looking sexier.
* DarkSkinnedBlonde: Either white or blonde; the effect is the same.
* GagBoobs: Averted. It's actually a bunch of nails, nuts, and bolts stuffed in her shirt, which get attracted to the magnetized Joseph and Avdol.
* {{Gonk}}: Normally she's very attractive, but her facial expressions when she's angry are quite hideous.
* HoistByHisOwnPetard: [[spoiler:Joseph and Avdol use her magnetic powers to their advantage by getting on opposite sides of her while a good aggregate of steel and iron is stuck to them. When they let go of the ground...]]
* HollywoodMagnetism: Her power of magnetism is actually reasonably realistic--the pull is stronger the closer two objects are, not all metals are affected, the magnetic field pulls everything instead of just [[SelectiveMagnetism arbitrary objects]]--with two exceptions:
** A car is pulled down the street and onto Abdul, even though Abdul wasn't being pulled toward the car.
** She cuts some powerlines so they'll fly toward Joseph and electrocute him. Powerlines are made of copper and alumimum, neither of which is magnetic.
* KnifeNut: She throws knives to cut some powerlines. It's her weapon in the arcade fighter.
* LikesOlderMen: She mentions that Joseph is very sexy and that she would have been his lover if it were not for Dio Brando being more attractive.
* MagnetismManipulation: Her power is the ability to magnetize anyone.
* MaleGaze: Her first appearance in the anime is a close butt shot. Not to mention the legs.
%%* MsFanservice
* ShesGotLegs: A very long-legged woman in a miniskirt. She gets many comments from the heroes on her legs.
* SpellMyNameWithAnS: The arcade fighter spells it "Mahrahia".
* TorpedoTits: A variation: She keeps nuts, bolts and other small metal objects in her chest to fire off as shrapnel towards anyone she's magnetized.
* VillainousBreakdown: When she gets angry, she contorts her face into ugly expressions.
* WorthyOpponent: She expresses to Joseph that she views him as such as [[FoeYay she flirts with him for being amazing, charming and good looking]].

! Alessi (Stand: Sethan)
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-> Voiced by: Creator/MasayaOnosaka (TV anime), Tsutomu Tareki (''Heritage for the Future'' video game)

An assassin of Dio that attacks Jotaro and Polnareff, who will only fight people who are weaker than him. He is named after the [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alessi_Brothers Alessi Brothers]].

His stand, Sethan, has the ability to turn adults into children.
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* AxCrazy: [[AnAxeToGrind Literally.]]
* CastingAShadow: Sethan takes the form of Alessi's shadow, which de-ages anyone who touches it. It's also used as a standard weapon in the Capcom FightingGame.
* CatchPhrase: "Such a good boy!" Whether referring to himself (anything ''but'' good) or his victims.
* DirtyCoward: He'll gleefully attack (anyone he's turned into) a child, but runs away in panic at the prospect of facing any adult nearby (including a Standless woman who couldn't possibly do him any harm).
* EstablishingCharacterMoment: When he first appears, Alessi establishes his WouldHurtAChild character when he smacks a four year old kid who had simply ran and spilled food all over his clothes by accident.
* FountainOfYouth: Sethan does this to Alessi's victims, all the way to toddlerhood... or fetus-hood, if they stay ''really'' long. It doesn't help that Alessi just ''loves'' to ravage the weak.
* InsaneTrollLogic: He uses this to rationalize his... [[{{Understatement}} habits]], by claiming that people who say they are "weird" and call themselves that can't possibly be "weird" if they are self-aware about their [[PsychoForHire "weird]][[WouldHurtAChild ness"]].
* OnlyInItForTheMoney: As he's about to kill Jotaro and Polnareff he mentions that he's only allied with DIO just so he could claim a money reward. [[spoiler: Made even more apparent in the Capcom game where he betrays and kills DIO after defeating the protagonists because he has no reason to ally himself with DIO anymore. He even turns everyone in the world into kids just so he can take their money.]]
* PsychoForHire: He and J.Geil are easily the most kill-happy of Dio's servants.
* ShoutOut: He does a variation of Jack Nicholson's "Heeeeeeeeeere's Johnny!" bit from ''Film/TheShining'' at one point.
* TheStarscream: In the Capcom game [[spoiler: after defeating the protagonists he begins to believe he is better than DIO to the point where he betrays and kills DIO and then turns everyone in the world into children.]]
* WouldHitAGirl: An unrelated woman was turned into a fetus by his power, which would kill her a few minutes later if he wasn't knocked out.
* WouldHurtAChild: Using his Stand offensively pretty much requires him to attack people he's turned into children, but he very specifically ''[[BadPowersBadPeople enjoys]]'' beating and killing them that way. He also beats a real child for accidentally getting his pants wet.

! Daniel J. D'Arby (Stand: Osiris)
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-> Voiced by: Creator/BanjoGinga (TV anime), Creator/KoujiIshii (''All-Star Battle''), Creator/KenjiUtsumi (OVA), Creator/YujiKishi (''Heritage for the Future'' video game)

A gambler that the Joestars fight in order to know the location of Dio's mansion. He is the older brother of Telence. He is named after [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Terence_Trent_D%27Arby Terence Trent D'Arby]].

His stand, Osiris, has the ability to steal one's soul when they admit defeat in their heart. He facilitates this through gambling, stealing the victim's soul when he wins.
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* AffablyEvil: While he is [[CardCarryingVillain an outright cheater who collects souls]], he is willing to let the group go if they decline to continue and is only interested in a cheap thrill in gambling when not fighting for Dio. He openly tells Jotaro that he can back away if he chooses too and has no interest in starting a fight.
** He also keeps the souls he collects dormant, while his brother has them completely aware of their situations. Souls to him are only trophies and potential collateral, as he enjoys gambling over childish obsessions.
* BadassInANiceSuit: He doesn't fight in the conventional sense, but that's still a pretty classy suit he's rocking.
* BadassMustache: Manages to defeat several characters before being defeated, and his mustache is rather refined.
* BerserkButton: Mispronouncing his name. He nearly lost to Joseph because Joseph kept calling him different names just to piss him off.
* BreakThemByTalking: As is befitting of a pro gambler, half his battle with his foes includes him psyching them out. [[spoiler: Too bad Jotaro's poker face is even better.]]
* BreakTheHaughty: One of the best remembered examples in the series, Jotaro shatters his sheer confidence and sanity utterly [[spoiler:through a bluff.]]
* TheCollector: He collects souls, but he keeps them dormant, preferring the thrill of gambling to the obsession of collecting people, unlike his [[PsychopathicManchild brother]].
* DiseaseBleach: [[spoiler: In the 2014 anime, the stress induced by Jotaro's bluff causes his black hair to turn light grey.]]
* DrivenToMadness: [[spoiler: By the end of his confrontation with Jotaro, he's left giggling madly on the floor while babbling about daring others to gamble with him.]]
* EvenEvilHasStandards: What separates himself from Telence is that he keeps his collection dormant, preferring gambling over an obsession of collection.
** He also uses cunning when cheating, especially against Joseph, who excels at underhanded tactics. In contrast, Telence uses his MindReading power as a crutch, while claiming to not cheat.
* EvilSoundsDeep: In all adaptations. [[spoiler: After losing his mind in the animated adaptations, his voice shifts up an octave as he starts giggling and babbling madly.]]
* TheGambler: It's implied he managed to make a quite a comfortable living thanks to this trope, even before acquiring his Stand power. Of course, he may have had Osiris from birth. A comment Telence makes about an event that happened about a decade earlier suggests that they had Stands even back then, before Enya ever met Dio or acquired an Arrow from Diavolo.
* GigglingVillain: In both animated adaptations, [[spoiler: during his VillainousBreakdown.]]
* GratuitousEnglish: "Good!"
** Also, "Go ahead, Mr. Joestar" when he has Joseph on the ropes during their gamble. Falls into [[JapaneseRanguage Gatuitous]] {{Engrish}} in the anime due to his actor's odd pronunciation.
-->'''2014 Anime!D'arby:''' Gou ahedd, misster Josster!
* ItsAWonderfulFailure: In the Capcom Fighting game, his only role is to appear in the Continue screen while the dizzy character stands on a spotlight. If you continue, he'll give you a thumbs up. If you let the timer run out, he turns your character into a poker chip.
* LostHimInACardGame: Betting with him isn't exactly recommended.
** [[spoiler:He loses in one of the most epic ways possible.]]
* MadnessMantra: An unusual case, in that [[spoiler: he [[CannotSpitItOut can't quite say it out loud]] due to being so stressed out during his VillainousBreakdown.]]
--> D'arby: ''Call, call, call, call, call, call, call, call, call, call...''
* MaliciousMisnaming: Daniel J. D'Arby's pretty picky about people pronouncing his name correctly, something Joseph tries to capitalize on during their water tension match.
* MostCommonCardGame: He plays Jotaro in a game of poker, [[spoiler:and loses in the most spectacular fashion possible.]]
* NearVillainVictory: He was just '''''one''''' call away from taking out all the heroes.
* NotCheatingUnlessYouGetCaught: He ''lives'' by this rule, and outright ''admits'' that he cheats, seeing it as simply another part of the game. He even compliments Jotaro for being able to catch him. Unfortunately for his opponents who may try to cheat, Osiris will take effect whether somebody else notices the cheat or not.
** However, this rule applies to him too, which causes him to panic when it looks like Jotaro might have gotten away with cheating.
* RightHandCat: [[spoiler:Which he uses to score an easy victory against Polnareff.]]
* SuperSenses: His eyesight is good enough to keep Star Platinum from switching the playing cards out. His sense of touch also allows him to identify cards without looking at them, making it a bad idea to let him shuffle.
* VillainousBreakdown: A truly ''epic'' one. [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WP1arj7AYuI Bear witness.]]
* YourSoulIsMine: The results of someone losing in a gamble is their soul taken by his Stand into a gambling chip.
** Though in contrast to his brother, he lets them remain unconscious until they're released.
* WeakButSkilled: He himself admits he isn't a fighter but regardless he is dangerous because of his cheating skills and his talent for gambling. Additionally, unlike his brother, Daniel's stand offers no other abilities beyond taking a defeated opponent's soul, which means he's competing with nothing but pure gambling and cheating experience like a normal human.
* WorthyOpponent: He declares Jotaro to be this after the latter sees through his first attempt to cheat and breaks his finger, taking said injury in stride and continuing the game as if nothing had happened. Jotaro, in turn, acknowledges that, while not violent, he still almost took them all out single-handedly and later notes that he would have easily seen through the cheat Jotaro used to beat Telence D'Arby.

! Pet Shop (Stand: Horus)
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A sapient hawk working for Dio. Brutal, cold, and merciless, he fights Iggy after he [[spoiler:stumbles across the location of Dio's castle.]] He is named after the Music/PetShopBoys.

His stand, Horus, can control and manipulate ice.
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* [[AngryGuardDog Angry Guard Hawk]]
* AnIcePerson: Horus's ability is ice related.
* CoolPet: Let's say this again: a hawk with an Ice Stand.
* DemBones: Horus is a half-frozen, skeletal bird of prey.
* {{Determinator}}: He does not stop chasing Iggy until he dies.
* DubNameChange: In ''Eyes of Heaven'' he's called Animal Shop. An odd example as previous localized works (Capcom fighting game & Crunchyroll subs) don't change his name.
* [[EarlyBirdCameo Early]] [[JustForPun Bird]] [[EarlyBirdCameo Cameo]]: Makes a small appearance in Episode 5 of the anime, replacing the generic parrot perched on Dio's shoulder in the manga, as Araki was yet to plan out the character of Pet Shop at that point.
* EvilCounterpart: Can be considered this to Iggy: An IntellectualAnimal Stand-user that fills a sort of TeamPet role. The difference? [[PsychoForHire Pet Shop is evil.]]
* EvilVirtues: Determination. Pet Shop is dedicated to keeping his master's location a secret, and doesn't only target trespassers, but also people deliberately scouting the mansion.
* FeatheredFiend: A super-fast hawk and a {{Sadist}} to boot.
* HoistByHisOwnPetard: [[spoiler: Iggy bites his beak closed before he can fire his ice bolt, which causes it to burst inside his own head.]]
* IntellectualAnimal: Even though we never know what it's thinking, it's clear that he is much smarter than an average bird.
* KickTheDog: Kills and eats ''two'' dogs in front of their owner.
* KnightOfCerebus: Especially after the comical duo of Boingo and Hol Horse. Pet Shop has quite the kill count for a bird, killing two dogs as well as a man who helps out the Joestars, and gives Iggy the bloodiest fight up to that point in Part 3. Once he appears, the last two stand users the group faces give the group the hardest fight they would have.
* PsychoForHire: While he can't speak, nor can we see his thoughts like Iggy's, it's quite plain that not only is he intelligent, he's ''evil''. [[EyeScream That dog, man,]] [[NightmareFuel geez...]]
* SecretKeeper: Pet Shop not only serves as a gatekeeper, he also prevents knowledge of Dio's location from getting out.
* SelfSurgery: Closed an wound that Iggy inflicted on him using the powers of Horus.
* ShownTheirWork: The explanation of why Pet Shop has an advantage over Iggy underwater.
* StealthPun: Put his name and his Stand's together. Pet Shop and Horus. [[spoiler:Pet Shop of Horrors. Get it?]]
* SuperPersistentPredator: If you enter the grounds of Dio's mansion, you're a target. Pet Shop chases Iggy all over Cairo.
* TeamPet: Pet Shop is what you get when the TeamPet turns evil.
* UpliftedAnimal: Like any animal who gains a Stand.
* WouldHurtAChild: After the poor kid crawls into Dio's estate looking for his dogs, Pet Shop's about to tear him apart like his dogs. [[BigDamnHeroes Then Iggy jumps in.]]
* YourHeadASplode: [[spoiler:It's implied that Iggy trapping a forming ice bolt inside Pet Shop's beak leads to this. We don't actually see his head's fragments, though, just his cracking beak, then an explosive cloud while looking at Pet Shop from behind.]]

! Telence T. D'Arby (Stand: Atum)
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-> Voiced by: Creator/JunichiSuwabe (TV anime, ''All-Star Battle''), Creator/MitsuakiMadono (''Heritage for the Future'' video game)

The younger brother of Daniel D'Arby, he is the butler of Dio's mansion that fights the Joestars. He is named after [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Terence_Trent_D%27Arby Terence Trent D'Arby]].

His stand, Atum, is similar to his brother's, having the ability to steal one's soul when they admit defeat in their heart. Unlike Daniel, however, his stand ''also'' has the ability to read another person's soul, effectively reading their mind by asking questions with yes/no answers.
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* AndIMustScream: Unlike his brother, Telence doesn't leave the souls he collects dormant. Instead, he traps them in dolls that are aware of everything going on, but unable to do anything.
* AnimalMotifs: [[http://i1.kym-cdn.com/photos/images/original/000/953/872/482.gif Atum's upper facial structure]] bears quite a few similarities [[http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/1/19/Barn_Owl_-_Abingdon_2013_%288731175397%29.jpg to that of a barn owl.]]
* BattleButler: Describes himself as this, but doesn't have nearly the tenacity and loyalty of Vanilla Ice.
* BeehiveHairdo: Started out with a short hair in his first appearance, only to become this out of nowhere a few pages later. It apparently mimics a pharaoh's crown, fitting his Stand's namesake.
* TheCollector: A [[PsychopathicManchild more psychotic and childish]] one compared to his brother.
* FateWorseThanDeath: His Stand makes his victims fully aware of their situation.
* FauxAffablyEvil: In comparison, as Kakyoin puts it after seeing his real personality as a LivingDollCollector.
-->"You give the impression of a gentleman... but you are the worst kind of madman."
* {{Geek}}: He keeps a lot of video games, giving him a PsychopathicManchild vibe.
* {{Hypocrite}}: He condemns others for cheating, so what does his Stand do? Read his opponent's mind in order to have an advantage.
* IronicEcho: [[spoiler:While explaining what Kakyoin and Jotaro are in for, Telence admits that he doesn't have much use for his brother's cheating, since he thinks that only the old and the slow-witted can be taken in that way. Thing is, Jotaro and Joseph defeat him ''by cheating'' -- and Telence is neither old nor stupid. Jotaro pretty much rubs it in when he points out that Daniel would have figured out the trick immediately.]]
* KickTheSonOfABitch: According to him, one of his victims was a serial killing Doctor. He loves listening to the man's cruel stories of the people he's killed.
* LivingDollCollector: His victims are still self-aware, unlike his brother's.
* LoopholeAbuse: Technically, both parties are allowed to use their stands to assist them as long as they don't tamper with the game's mechanics or have allies interfere in the match. This means Terence is free to mind read his opponents while still following the rules of the game.
* [[LostHimInACardGame Lost Him In A Video Game]]: Same situation as his brother.
* MindReading: His Stand's main power, which allows him to figure out the choice that the enemy would do.
* NoHoldsBarredBeatdown: He inflicted one on his brother for trying to steal his girlfriend. Keep in mind that at the time, Daniel was 25, and Telence was ''15''. Not only that, Daniel didn't even bother to defend himself, because he knew that with Atum, Telence would get around it anyway.
** [[SugarWiki/FunnyMoments Only to be on the receiving end of one at the end of their fight]].
* PsychopathicManchild: Unlike his brother, who was more businessman-like in his [[TheCollector idea of collecting]], he keeps them alive to seem like talking dolls, not to mention his video game obsession.
* RoleReprisal: Creator/JunichiSuwabe is the only voice actor from ''All-Star Battle'' other than Jotaro and Dio, specifically from Part 3, on reprising his role.
* SeriousBusiness: Considering what Atum can do to your soul, video games become ''extremely'' serious when he's around.
* {{Telepathy}}: The root of his ability. If he asks a yes or no question, the subject's response can be checked like a lie detector. By wording his questions in certain ways, he can even "predict" an opponent's attacks and counter them.
* VillainousBreakdown: Not quite as bad as his brother, but still impressive.

! Kenny G (Stand: Tenor Sax)
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-> Voiced by: Junichi Yanagita (TV anime), Creator/WataruTakagi (''Heritage for the Future'' video game)

A mercenary of Dio with illusionary Stand powers. He is named after [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kenny_G Kenny G]].

His stand, Tenor Sax, allows him to create elaborate mazes. [[spoiler:Unfortunately for him, Iggy has a very keen sense of smell.]]
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* AllThereInTheManual: His Stand's name comes from supplementary materials; its name isn't revealed in the manga proper.
* {{Bizarchitecture}}: Tenor Sax made Dio's palace into this.
* CurbStompBattle: To quote the manga; "This man is Kenny G. His Stand is a Stand of illusions. He was beaten without a fight."
* DubNameChange: To Billie Jean
* GlassCannon: His illusion abilities are extensive, but goes down in one blow without any effort.
* OddNameOut: One of only two Stands in ''Stardust Crusaders'' that isn't named for a tarot major arcana or Egyptian god.
** It's an OddNameOut for all the rest of the stands in the series too, being the only stand to be named after a musical instrument instead of a band, musician, or song.

! Vanilla Ice (Stand: Cream)
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-> Voiced by: Creator/ShowHayami (TV anime and ''Heritage for the Future'' video game (Console)), Creator/HiroyukiYoshino (''All-Star Battle''), Creator/TakeshiAono (OVA), Creator/YujiKishi (''Heritage for the Future'' video game (Arcade))

Dio's right-hand man. He is named after Music/VanillaIce.

His stand, Cream, eats itself, forming a moving ball of nothingness that can cut through anything, even solid concrete. It is named after the band [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cream_%28band%29 Cream]].
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* AmbiguouslyBrown: He's an special case, no one knows where he comes from, or what his true hair and skin color is.
* BadassBaritone: In the TV anime.
* BadassLongcoat: His vest has a cape, somewhat making this trope.
* BarbarianLonghair: One of the few villains who doesn't has a mullet.
* BattleButler: Although Telence is the one who describes himself as such, it's Vanilla Ice who's the most effective and loyal fighter among Dio's servants.
* BerserkButton: Disrespecting Dio in any way. The reason he delivers such a vicious NoHoldsBarredBeatdown to Iggy is because the latter tried attacking him with a fake Dio made from sand, which he had to destroy to defend himself.
* BlindObedience: Unlike many of Dio's minions who share the UndyingLoyalty trait, he takes this UpToEleven, cutting off his head because Dio asked him to donate SOME of his blood and being angry when [[spoiler: Iggy makes him hit a sand copy of Dio.]]
* {{Determinator}}: Averted. Vanilla Ice ''thinks'' he's this [[spoiler:after surviving Silver Chariot stabbing him ''through the mouth and severing the brain stem''. In reality, he survived because when Dio resurrected him, he was turned into a vampire in the process.]]
* TheDragon: Well, technically speaking, he shares this post with Telence and Kenny G in terms of being a deadly blockade, but he's the only one we see showing absolute loyalty, to the point of [[spoiler:''beheading himself'' in order to supply Dio with the blood he needs]].
* DubNameChange: He is called Iced in the video game adaptation and in the OVA. ''All-Star Battle'' and the Crunchyroll subs call him Cool Ice. Depending on your point of view, it could be a reference to ''Flim/CoolAsIce'' (a film starring the actual Vanilla Ice), or the song ''Cold As Ice'' by Music/{{Foreigner}}.
* EstablishingCharacterMoment: When he calmly [[spoiler:cuts off his own head to provide Dio with blood.]]
* EvilSoundsDeep: Especially in the [=OVAs=], when [[Creator/TakeshiAono his voice actor never bothered to sound like a young man]]. On the other hand, in the ''Heritage of Future'' and ''All-Star Battle'' games, both Creator/ShowHayami and Creator/HiroyukiYoshino respectively did a better job sounding like one, albeit a very creepy one. The TV Anime plays it straight once more, in a more serious way.
* FluffyTheTerrible: Would you believe that the single most effective HeroKiller in Part 3 would be named after a much-loathed white rapper and super sweet cold treat, or for the source of his powers to be [[PunnyName named Cream]]?
* HairTriggerTemper: He's very short tempered, Polnareff and Iggy find it the hard way.
* HellIsThatNoise: The anime interprets the sound of him going through things with Cream as a harsh buzzing noise, which naturally puts Polnareff and Iggy on edge whenever they hear it coming.
* HeroKiller: [[spoiler:Of Avdol and Iggy. He even gets more kills than his master, though Dio comes ''extremely'' close to killing Joseph.]]
* HoistByHisOwnPetard: [[spoiler:Polnareff exploits the classic vampire weakness of sunlight by thrusting Vanilla Ice out of the mansion through a hole filled-wall created during Cream's rampage.]]
* {{Invisibility}}: Sort of a side effect of Cream's void state. Made more terrifying by the fact that he could instantly destroy anything by mere contact with his cloaked state. The downside of it is that he couldn't see anything while being invisible, either.
* KarmicDeath: [[spoiler:Vanilla Ice murders the sand-manipulating Iggy and completely destroys Avdol's body. He dies by disintegrating into dust and leaves no corpse behind.]]
* KickTheDog: [[spoiler:Literally delivers a fatal one to Iggy.]]
* KnightOfCerebus: In serious contrast to the ineffective and sometimes comical enemies up to that point. He single-handedly [[spoiler:kills off two of the main party and nearly takes out Polnareff as well]].
* LeotardOfPower: He wears one, making it one of the rare male examples of this trope.
* NoHoldsBarredBeatdown: He delivers one to Iggy [[spoiler:fueled by his outrage at having to attack the ''semblance'' of Dio]].
* OddNameOut: One of only two Stands in ''Stardust Crusaders'' that isn't named for a tarot major arcana or Egyptian god.
* PortalCut: What can happen to the target of his stand.[[spoiler:The only thing left of Avdol are his arms, and Iggy is cruelly cut in half in the OVA.]]
* PowerOfTheVoid: His Stand is able to devour itself and its user to become a void that consumes everything it comes in contact with.
* PsychoSupporter: His very devotion to Dio is what also makes him unreliable, and causes Dio to entrust his master plan to Pucci instead.
* PunnyName: Though the name of his Stand could also be an unintentional double reference to the band Cream.
* TheRenfield: To Dio.
* RoleReprisal: Creator/ShowHayami became the only voice actor from ''Heritage of Future'' on reprising his role as Ice, something really surprising taking into account that game was developed by [[Creator/{{Capcom}} a rival company]] (being the anime sponsored by Bandai Namco) and each and every adaptation of the manga so far has changed voice actors, barring Telence Trent D'Arby, Jotaro and Dio from ''All-Star Battle''.[[note]]It also cause the side-effect of having Enrico Pucci from ''Stone Ocean'' in the game ''Eyes of Heaven'' being voiced by Creator/JojiNakata, rather than Hayami like the previous game due of each and every character of the story having a specific voice actor.[[/note]]
* SphereOfDestruction: His Stand could project an invisible one capable of instantly erasing anything [[InstantDeathRadius that came into contact with it]].
* {{Stripperiffic}}: [[{{WildMassGuessing}} Was he a stripper? ]]
* TheStoic: An emotionless being [[NotSoStoic unless you make him hurt Dio in any way]].
* ThereWasADoor: In his zeal to dispatch Jotaro and his allies after [[spoiler:being resurrected by Dio]], Vanilla Ice immediately sets Cream into void mode, and charges after them, in the process obliterating part of the wall. A probably mildly annoyed Dio asks, "Couldn't you use the door?"
* UndyingLoyalty: To the point that he'd decapitate himself on the spot to provide his master with blood.
* UnrealisticBlackHole: His stand's power, able to erase whatever is contact with it, made worse in that it is invisible; the strikes are sudden and unavoidable unless you manage to find a method to trace its path. Thankfully, the only other downside is that he can't see either.
* VillainousValor: He's got a hell of a lot of devotion to DIO, and takes a ridiculous amount of punishment in his fight with Polnareff and Iggy. [[spoiler: Downplayed in the second case once it's revealed that it's his newfound vampirism that's mostly been keeping him alive, ''not'' sheer determination.]]
* WhiteHairBlackHeart: In the {{Capcom}} game.

! Nukesaku
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-> Voiced by: TooruNara (TV anime), Kouta Nemoto (''All-Star Battle'')

One of Dio's minions and a vampire. Commonly assumed to be a Stand user, as he is able to disguise himself as a woman using a face on the back of his head, but Araki has clarified that this is not a Stand ability.
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* AscendedExtra: Since Vanilla Ice was made to be a DLC character in ''All-Star Battle'', DIO's Mansion's stage hazard is instead good ol' Nukesaku.
* ButtMonkey: Treated like crap by the heroes and his own allies alike.
** IronButtMonkey: And there's nothing he can do about it.
* {{Expy}}: Like Doobie and Wired Beck before him, Nukesaku is an undead character introduced near the end of his part only to get more or less instantly defeated for the reader's amusement.
* {{Gonk}}: He's comically short and big headed.
* {{Guyliner}}
* MeaningfulName: Japanese for "idiot"; the Viz translation uses "loser", which encapsulates his efficacy rather well.
* OddNameOut: Twice: Excluding the two [=JoJos=], he is the only named character in part 3 whose name isn't some kind of ShoutOut.
* OurVampiresAreDifferent
* SacrificialLamb: The heroes force him to open Dio's coffin. It goes about as well for him as you would expect.
* {{Shapeshifter}}: A really, really bad one. HE FORGETS TO PUT HIS BODY THE RIGHT WAY AROUND.
* SortingAlgorithmOfEvil: In direct comparison to [[HeroKiller Vanilla Ice]], seems to be one of, if not the weakest minion in Dio's service. Notably, he's the only known minion who doesn't have a Stand. At one point, we see ''Kenny G'' making fun of him.
* TooDumbToLive: There's a reason why his name means idiot.
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[[folder:Other]]

! Cherie Polnareff
-> Voiced: Creator/YukaKomatsu (TV Anime), Creator/SayuriKubo (OVA), Creator/NaokoIshii (''Heritage for the Future''), Creator/MichikoNeya (Drama CD)

Polnareff's little sister who was raped and murdered by J. Geil before the events of Part 3.

* PosthumousCharacter
* SpellMyNameWithAnS: Sometimes known as Sherry.

! Wilson Philips
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-> Voiced: Creator/YuichiNagashima (TV anime), Creator/MasaharuSato (''All Star Battle''), Creator/JunpeiTakiguchi (OVA), Creator/CharlesMartinet (OVA, English)

A senator from the United States who happens to be in Cairo during the night of DIO's rampage. Named after the band Music/WilsonPhilips.
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* BadassBoast: He makes a surprisingly powerful one in his head about how he got to his position. When he actually says it, DIO breaks his nose before he can finish the first sentence.
* FatBastard: Averted. Despite him being a wealthy politician thinking he's above DIO, Philips isn't all that mean. When DIO walks into his car and sits next to him, Philips just shrugs the intrusion off and chats with him. In the OVA he even apologizes for hitting him with his car (which was DIO's fault because he walked into traffic), and offers a generous amount of money for him to go catch a cab. He's also proud of paying an excess of taxes due to his wealth.
* NiceHat
* PinchMe / ThisCannotBe: When he asks DIO to spare him because he did as he was told and the latter replies with a simple no, he starts to think it's AllJustADream he's having.
* SacrificialLamb
* SanitySlippage: Pretty much loses it completely before he's even killed.
* SmallNameBigEgo // WrongGenreSavvy: A normal person in a world full of CrazyAwesome superpowers who pretty much sees himself as immortal because of his position in society.
* TheToothHurts: DIO tears out his top incisors when he nonchalantly greets him.[[/folder]]

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[[Characters/JoJosBizarreAdventurePart1 Phantom Blood]]|
[[Characters/JoJosBizarreAdventurePart2 Battle Tendency]]|
[[Characters/JoJosBizarreAdventurePart4 Diamond Is Unbreakable]]|
[[Characters/JoJosBizarreAdventurePart5 Vento Aureo a.k.a. "Golden Wind"]]|
[[Characters/JoJosBizarreAdventurePart6 Stone Ocean]]|
[[Characters/JoJosBizarreAdventurePart7 Steel Ball Run]]|
[[Characters/JoJosBizarreAdventurePart8 JoJolion]]|
[[Characters/JoJosBizarreAdventureOneShots One-shot characters]]

[[Characters/JoJosBizarreAdventure Main characters index]]

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[[folder:Heroes]]

! Jotaro Kujo (Stand: Star Platinum[[spoiler:: The World]])
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[[caption-width:319:Click [[labelnote:here]]http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/part_four_jotaro_kujo.png[[/labelnote]] to see Jotaro in ''Diamond is Unbreakable''.]]
[[caption-width:319:Click [[labelnote:here]]http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/jotaro_kujo_anime.png[[/labelnote]] to see Jotaro in the anime of Part 3 of ''[=JoJo's=] Bizarre Adventure''.]]
[[caption-width:319:Click [[labelnote:here]]http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/part_four_jotaro_kujo_anime.png[[/labelnote]] to see Jotaro in the anime of Part 4 of ''[=JoJo's=] Bizarre Adventure''.]]
->Child Voice: Creator/NatsumiTakamori (TV anime)
->Teenage/Adult Voice: Creator/DaisukeOno (TV anime, ''All-Star Battle'', ''Eyes of Heaven''), Creator/KiyoyukiYanada (CD drama and ''Heritage for the Future'' video game), Creator/JurotaKosugi (OVA), Creator/TetsuInada (''Vento Aureo'' video game) (Japanese), Abie Hadjitarkhani (OVA), Creator/MatthewMercer (TV anime) (English)
->Played by: Yusuke Iseya (live-action movie)

Grandson of Joseph Joestar. A perpetually angry youth, Jotaro's first appearance has him sitting in a jail cell which he willingly put himself in to keep the people around him from getting hurt by his Stand, Star Platinum, which he had no clue about and had minimal control over. After Joseph assures him he's not cursed and the Stand is under his control, he is recruited by his grandfather and Muhammad Avdol to search out and kill Dio Brando before the vampire takes over the world. And in case you were wondering, [[BreakoutCharacter he and the entire Part 3 arc is what people normally think of when it comes to this series]].

He next appeared in ''Diamond Is Unbreakable'', where he sought out his grandfather's son, Josuke. He made a few appearances after that, but was regulated to a supportive role for most of that adventure.

He sent Koichi Hirose to find Giorno Giovanna in ''Vento Aureo'', but aside from that had nothing to do with the plot.

His final appearance was in ''Stone Ocean'', wherein he spent most of the arc in an almost vegetative state brought on by Enrico Pucci's Whitesnake Stand.

His stand, Star Platinum, is incredibly fast and accurate, to the point of being able to catch a bullet fired 3 inches away from Jotaro's head between his index and thumb. He also has diamond-hard fists, capable of punching through walls, and bending steel bars. [[spoiler: Later on in the story, it's revealed that Jotaro has the same type of ability as Dio; the ability to stop time. Though unlike Dio, who can maintain it for 10 seconds at his peak, Jotaro can only last 4-5 seconds.]]
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* AbsurdlyYouthfulFather: After twenty-three years and a teenage daughter, Jotaro has apparently managed to age several years in reverse.
* TheAce: Post-part 3. Jotaro is good at anything and everyone views him highly.
** BrokenAce: ...And then we learn his marriage and family life crashed and burned because of his social inadequacies and [[TripleShifter two full-time jobs]].
* AdaptationalWimp: [[DownplayedTrope Downplayed]] in the 2000s Adventure OVA's third episode, [[ContrivedCoincidence he's sealed inside an improvised steel cage which lets]] [[ButtMonkey Polnareff's]] Silver Chariot kill Forever.
* AllGirlsWantBadBoys: Something he is not happy with.
-->'''Jotaro:''' ''Shut up!'' You are getting ''so'' annoying!\\
'''Girl:''' [[ComicallyMissingThePoint He totally talked to me!]]
* AnyoneCanDie: [[spoiler: In ''Stone Ocean''.]]
* ArsonMurderAndJaywalking: Jotaro has fessed up to putting people in hospitals when he gets into fights, attacking teachers who abuse their power and scaring them into never coming back, and skipping out on restaurant bills when he doesn't like the food.
* BackForTheDead: [[spoiler:Gets killed off by Pucci shortly after snapping out of his coma]].
* BadassAdorable: Alessi de-aged him into a seven-year-old, but despite being a child facing an axe-wielding maniac, Jotaro still kicked his ass.
** BadassNormal: And he did all of the above without a Stand!
* BadassBaritone: In the OVA especially.
* BadassBiker: A few chapters of part three.
* BadassBoast: Dio gets amused when he sees Jotaro coming up, commenting that after witnessing his power, Jotaro in his right mind should be running away in fear. Jotaro's response? "I won't be able to beat the shit out of you if I don't get close enough."
--> (after defeating Dio) "You lost for a reason, Dio. One single, simple reason. You pissed me off."
* BadassBookworm: Can be seen in his jail cell in the beginning trying to study the mystery of his stand with books subconsciously retrieved by Star Platinum. By the time Part 4 comes in, he is a marine biologist.[[note]]An interest he shares, coincidentally or not, with the late Emperor Hirohito.[[/note]].
* BadassFamily: It's rather prominent with him, since he's with his grandfather in Part 3, his grandfather and uncle in Part 4, and his daughter in Part 6.
* BadassLongcoat: In part 3, it's technically a school outfit, but still looks cool. Revised to a Badass LabcoatOfScienceAndMedicine to go along with his new identity as a renowned marine biologist for part 4.
* BarbarianLongHair: Star Platinum has it, more noticeably in the OVA's
* BattleCry: "ORA!"
* BerserkButton: Is a bit temperamental about [[ChickMagnet the female attention he attracts]]. There's only so many times you can get hit on before it becomes incredibly annoying... that said, ''abusing women in front of him'' is a one-way ticket to the emergency ward, as Kakyoin found out.
* BigBrotherMentor: To Josuke (his ''uncle'') and Koichi.
* BigGood: Post-Part 3, after he's mellowed out, Jotaro takes the leadership role and serves as a connection to the Speedwagon Foundation on any kind of supernatural or stand-related incidents, as well as serving as a mentor and behind the scenes force for the heroes of Parts 4, 5, and 6.
* TheBigGuy: Of all the Stand users in his group, Star Platinum is the strongest.
* BirthmarkOfDestiny: The idea that everyone born into the Joestar family has a star-shaped birthmark on the back of their left shoulder was first introduced with Jotaro.
* BoringButPractical[=/=]WhenAllYouHaveIsAHammer: Star Platinum is very durable, can be channeled within and around Jotaro for protection, and is otherwise just a LightningBruiser with limited range and no other abilities [[spoiler:until he learns to stop time]]. Applying RapidFireFisticuffs tactically is the key to his success in his final battle of volume 3 against [[spoiler:Dio]].
* BloodKnight: Star Platinum seems to be this, keeping an emotionless face, but when he's punching the daylights out of something, his expression shows he is having an absolute blast.
* BreakingTheFourthWall: When ZZ supposedly burned Jotaro to death, the surviving Jotaro comes out of a hole he safely hid in, then comments that if he got killed at that point, who would be the main character of the current series?
* ButNotTooForeign: The best example in the series, which is saying something considering how weird the Joestar family tree gets. He's one quarter British and one quarter Italian from his mother's side (all the Joestars up to that point, including Lisa Lisa, were British, and Suzy Q is Italian) and half Japanese from his father's.
* CallingYourAttacks:
--> '''"STAR FINGER!"'''
** Jotaro also has an odd, recursive version of this thanks to video game appearances. Normally, when using Star Platinum's RapidFireFisticuffs, he simply shouts "ORA ORA ORA!. However, games like ''All-Star Battle'' have actually dubbed this move "Ora Ora Ora".
* CannotSpitItOut: Jotaro is convinced that everyone can read his motives like a book, so he never bothers to display much emotion or explain himself. [[IdiotBall So no one has any idea what he's thinking.]]
* CaptainObvious: Has some moments. From part 4:
--> ''(stopping in front of a shoe store) "This appears to be a shoe store."''
* CatchPhrase: "Yare yare daze." Means either "Well, well, well," "Good grief," or "Give me a break", depending on the context.
* ChainedByFashion: Part of his outfit in Part 3.
* ChekhovsSkill: Star Platinum was mainly used to beat the crap out of anything and anyone with his diamond-hard fists of fury and later to [[spoiler: freeze time]]. In the beginning of the series, Star Platinum had the ability to make things appear out of nowhere, and soon Jotaro's once empty jail cell was filled with random items ranging from small furniture, electronics, books, and other things, even a freakin' ''exercise bike''. Many chapters later during his poker game duel against Daniel D'arby, Jotaro used this skill again in order to throw D'arby off, first making a lit cigarette appear in his mouth then a glass of juice on the table, tricking him into thinking he was cheating with his Stand.
* ChickMagnet: Throughout his travels in Part 3, he has women throwing themselves at him left and right. After the party grows a bit, they're usually distracted afterward by [[{{Bishounen}} Kakyoin]] or [[EveryoneLooksSexierIfFrench Polnareff.]]
* ClosetGeek: Hardass delinquent he may be, Jotaro's officially listed hobbies skew very nerdy. Not only did he acquire his deductive abilities by obsessively watching ''Series/{{Columbo}}'', but he reads technical books about boats and planes for fun, and his favorite movie is a [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Never_Cry_Wolf_(film) nature film about wolves and caribou]]. He even goes on to become a marine biologist.
* TheComicallySerious: Many of the funniest moments in the series are based on Jotaro's deadpan reactions to the bizarre things happening around him.
* ContrastingSequelMainCharacter: Continuing the tradition from Part 2. Both Joseph and Jotaro are muscular heroes who, despite this, [[GuileHero use every trick in the book]]. However, Joseph is more HotBlooded and is essentially a NiceGuy while Jotaro is TheStoic [[GoodIsNotSoft who doesn't even bother]] [[GoodIsNotNice with niceties]].
* CustomUniform: Jotaro's school uniform is less a uniform than it is a BadassLongcoat and NiceHat ensemble that vaguely resembles one.
* DaddyHadAGoodReasonForAbandoningYou: Jotaro didn't want Jolyne getting mixed up in the supernatural troubles that he's frequently a part of. That and his people skills led to Jolyne resenting him.
* DeadpanSnarker: A subtler case, but you can detect some sarcasm in a few of his lines, particularly when he's one-upped a villain.
* DeathByIrony: [[spoiler:Oingo and Boingo's fortune-telling book said that Jotaro would get [[HalfTheManHeUsedToBe his face split in half]]. In spite of their incompetence, that's exactly how he's killed in ''Stone Ocean'']].
** [[spoiler:The hero who uses a time-stopping Stand is defeated when Pucci gains TimeMaster abilities, effectively inflicting a constant time stop on the heroes.]]
* DeathGlare: Jotoro is generally good at hiding his rage, but if you manage to break his stoic demenor, '''[[http://i.imgur.com/iauVrl0.jpg this]]''' is what you'll find staring back at you while Star Platinum mercilessly beats you into the dirt.
* DefeatMeansFriendship: Noriaki Kakyoin. [[JustifiedTrope Justified]] in that he risked his life to remove the mind control bud from Kakyoin's brain after putting him down.
* DemotedToExtra: In ''Vento Aureo'', he only has a brief cameo near the beginning of the arc. He becomes more important to the story once more in ''Stone Ocean''.
* TheDreaded: He was already dreaded enough in SC. And later everybody fears Jotaro due to his fearsome intellect and mastery of one of the most powerful Stands in the setting.
* EleventhHourRanger: In Part 6.
* EstablishingCharacterMoment: The moment he discovers his Stand, he decides to stay in jail so he can safely research it in case his power turns out to be too dangerous. This establishes that he's a BadassBookworm and that he's a [[JerkWithAHeartOfGold good person despite being a delinquent]].
* EvenBadMenLoveTheirMamas: Despite being callous and generally kind of a jerk, he's willing to go to the depths of Cairo to stop Dio from controlling his mom.
* [[EvenEvilHasStandards Even Delinquency Has Standards]][=/=]WifeBasherBasher: Jotaro casually admits without angst that he's a bad person, but even ''he'' has lines he won't cross in his first battle with Kakyoin:
--> ''"Look. No one ever said Jotaro Kujo was a nice guy. I beat the crap out of people, more than I have to; some of them are still in the hospital. I've had idiot teachers who liked to talk big, so I taught them a lesson... and they never came back to class. If I go to a restaurant and the food's bad, I make it a policy to stiff 'em with the bill. But... even a bastard like me can spot true evil when he sees it! True evil are those who use the weak for their own gain, then crush them with their foot when they're through! Especially an innocent woman! And that is exactly what you've done, isn't it?! And your Stand gets to hide from the victim, the law and the consequences! That's why... '''I will judge you myself'''!"''
* {{Expy}}: [[http://i55.tinypic.com/2rc0hzb.jpg Jotaro's]] [[http://i53.tinypic.com/14xyy5u.jpg capless]] [[http://i52.tinypic.com/261g8ro.jpg scenes]] from the OVA are reminiscent of [[Manga/FistOfTheNorthStar Kenshiro]]. May be intentional or not, but if it's any help, Araki himself has stated in interviews that he's a ''North Star'' fan.
** WordOfGod: Jotaro's personality is based off of Creator/ClintEastwood and the many Western movie characters he plays. This is slightly referenced in the final battle against Dio at the very end.
* {{Foreshadowing}}: Jotaro's hat has an emblem with a "halt" or "stop" handsign. [[spoiler: His stand shows the ability to stop time at the end of Stardust Crusaders.]]
* GlassCannon: Star Platinum's [[spoiler: Time Stop Ability actually takes a toll on Jotaro's heart. But, because he used it rather frequently, that by ''Stone Ocean'' he is much weaker, which by extension, according to the rules of Stands, affects Star Platinum: The World's durability from A, the highest possible rank, to ''E'', the lowest rank a Stand could achieve.]]
* GeniusBruiser: He eventually earns a Ph.D. in marine biology, but even in his later years is capable of dishing out a beating.
** Hell, the guy wrote his dissertation while he was hunting down a Stand using serial killer. He became a doctor ''on his down time.''
* GuileHero: Big time. Jotaro doesn't defeat the bad guys by beating the shit out of them, he does it by outsmarting them. He beats the shit out of them ''[[KickThemWhileTheyAreDown after]]'' [[ThereIsNoKillLikeOverkill they're defeated]].
* TheHero: The most active hero in the canon - he plays a significant role in three of the stories.
* HeroicBuild: Star Platinum is ''ripped'' and built much like Jonathan or Joseph in part 2, but Jotaro himself downplays by being more lean compared to his grandfather and great-great grandfather despite all 3 having the same height.
* HiddenDepths: Contrary to [[DumbMuscle what one would expect]], he is quite learned for a violent delinquent, though he admits some of his detective skills come from watching a lot of ''[[{{Series/Columbo}} Columbo]]''. When the group meets her, Enya is hesitant to confront him directly because she knows he might be intelligent enough to see through her deceptions.
** His favorite film is 'Never Cry Wolf', which speaks volumes about him.
** David Production is fond of adding little moments like having Jotaro read a Marine Life magazine while waiting for Polnareff's haircut to finish. At least as far the anime is concerned, Jotaro's always been interested in Marine sea life and the sea.
* INeverToldYouMyName: Jotaro does this to expose Enya Geil as a servant of Dio. He had already gotten suspicious of her when she addressed Joseph by name (she quickly claimed she heard Polnareff address Joseph), then was confirmed at how she knew his own name as it was never uttered by any of the rest of the group nor did he tell her. Enya quickly claims she knew Jotaro's name because she saw him sign his name in the guest book. Jotaro would've slightly believed it, if he didn't sign himself in as "Qtaro", thus exposing her lie.
* IconicOutfit: Jotaro's chain collared uniform and hat combo. He also retained this style of hat and trench in the next parts.
* IdenticalGrandson: To Joseph apparently; so much so that Josuke's mother leapt onto Jotaro with a flying embrace, telling him how much she has missed him.
--> ''"[[DullSurprise My apologies, Miss Higashikata. I am Mister Joestar's Grandson.]]"''
** Made odd by the fact that while Jotaro does resemble Joseph when he was 20 years old, Old Joseph in ''Stardust Crusaders'' (a mere 5 years after he slept with Miss Higashikata) looks '''nothing''' like his younger self.
* InSeriesNickName: Again, [=JoJo=].
* InternalHomage: Star Platinum looks like an amalgamation of Bruford and the Pillar Men.
* ItsAllAboutMe: Jotaro starts out like this, being completely self absorbed and uncaring of anyone but himself. Fortunately, thanks to his mother and the Crusaders he grows out of this trope learning to care about others.
* JapaneseDelinquents: Interestingly enough, the only time that he apparently went to prison was when he ''voluntarily'' walked into a cell.
* JerkWithAHeartOfGold: Yes, he's a street punk who disproportionately beats up people, and he's quick to get annoyed by people who fawn over him, but he's ultimately a good guy at heart, and he absolutely WouldNotHitAGirl. His mother alludes to this before she falls into a coma.
** Goes into GentleGiant territory when he runs into Josuke's mother when looking for him, despite Tomoko confusing him for Joseph and squeals with tears in his arms, the kind of thing that sends him into a angry shout. He instead calmly breaks that he is not Joseph but is here in place of him, and upon leaving, sincerely offers condolences for the trauma she has recently been through.
* {{Kiai}}: "'''ORA ORA ORA ORA!'''"
* {{Leitmotif}}: During the anime, you just know a [[NoHoldsBarredBeatdown beatdown]] is to come when you hear the song "Stardust Crusaders" playing as Steely Dan found out the hard way. He even retains this in Part 4.
* LightningBruiser[=/=]SwissArmySuperpower: Through the BoringButPractical application of being a spirit/ghost/thing with SuperStrength and precision, Star Platinum is essentially Franchise/{{Superman}} minus the eye beams:
** AwesomenessByAnalysis: Star Platinum can make a perfect photocopy of a microscopically sized fly in a photograph, that no other Stand or technology could find. That plus the fact that it was able to find said fly in the first place.
** ImprobableAimingSkills: Seems to have really good eyesight, with which Jotaro makes some really good long distance throws.
** InASingleBound: Star Platinum himself can more or less fly, but like other Stand-users Jotaro can only channel his strength in bursts that allow him to leap.
** IntangibleMan: Star Platinum is usually a ghostly presence, but can be become rock solid whenever Jotaro feels like it. It's not really useful for anything other than making him portable, until Jotaro is able to channel Star Platinum within his body. At which point, Jotaro can use it to manipulate his insides or to defend from internal damage.
** SuperSpeed: Can move almost instantaneously; for instance, he can retrieve items fast enough to make it seem like they teleported into Jotaro's hand. [[spoiler:This or the momentum caused by this may be what allows him to continue moving when time is stopped.]]
** SuperStrength: Star Platinum can lift and throw a small building, after ripping it off the tower it was standing on.
** SuperToughness: Jotaro is eventually able to activate Star Platinum ''inside'' of him, which gives him a generous buffer against damage. The same effect is otherwise achieved by reflexively summoning the Stand right between him and whatever is about to hit him.
*** [[spoiler:He somehow loses this by ''Part 6''. It's implied that using his TimeStop too often weakened his heart, and by extension his Stand.]]
** VacuumMouth[=/=]SuperBreath: This is what he used in order to finish Enya Geil and her Stand Justice.
* LudicrousMeleeAccuracy: Star Platinum is not only strong and fast, it has the SuperSenses and motor precision to do things like surgically remove a brain-infesting parasite with no medical training, master the timing in a baseball video game in minutes, and stop and start a human heart ''by hand''.
* MeaningfulName: Besides being called [=JoJo=], Jotaro's name is a reference to the tarot cards in part 3.
* MissionControl: To Koichi in Part 5.
* NervesOfSteel: Able to ''bluff'' Daniel J. D'Arby into '''folding''' a game of poker for the souls of himself and everyone he loves through his ''sheer confidence'', when Daniel had the entire adventuring-party '''dead to all rights''' holding ''Four Kings'' while [=JoJo=] didn't even have a hand ''period.''
* NiceHat: Although just a school boy's cap, Jotaro's fashioned a few charms to it. However, the main reason why it's cool is because of how it's missing the back. Then again, over the course of the series, the exact place the hat ends and hair begins becomes so blurred, it eventually becomes a part of his head.
** Exaggerated in the recent adaptation, where it almost seems to be literally that. Not only Jotaro not lose his hat while he was ''drowning in a '''whirlpool''''', he later congratulates N'Doul for managing to knock it off with ''a claw made of water'', even Lampshading the previous run-in with water.
*** When he recovers his hat after his battle with N'Doul, we can see that only the rearmost part of the hat is actually ripped off, making this property all the stranger.
*** Araki himself said in an interview that Jotaro's hat is a part of himself, which is why he never intentionally takes it off. It also makes him easy to recognize even when viewed from behind.
* NinetiesAntiHero: Mostly [[SubvertedTrope subverted]]. He has the appearance and mood of one, but acts like more of a PragmaticHero than anything else really.
* NoGoodDeedGoesUnpunished: He killed Dio to rescue his mother from dying, but this would lead to [[spoiler: his own death at the hands of Pucci, Dio's best friend.]]
* NominalHero: Has shades of it early on, where he's given something of a foul-mouthed, misogynistic streak. It's pretty much forgotten after the first few episodes, but was an unusual aspect of his character nonetheless.
* NonIndicativeName: There's Magician [[RedIsHeroic Red]], [[SilverHasMysticPowers Silver Chariot]], Hierophant [[EmeraldPower Green]], Hermit [[PurpleIsPowerful Purple]], in EVERY media, Star Platinum has been coloured green, blue and even purple! Not a single trace of being colored [[LightIsGood silver or white]].
* NotGoodWithPeople: A bit more patient with animals than he is with people. This kind of attitude, unfortunately, cost the love of his daughter.
-->'''Jotaro:''' (to Koichi) ''Eh, he [Josuke] deserved it. If you don't wanna get unnecessary attention, you [must] stop dressing like that... and that hair... I'm rather pissed at the kid as well. The turtle got killed and he didn't do a thing about it.''
* NoSocialSkills: Even after he stops swearing at people he has trouble picking up social cues and understanding what he's supposed to do in social interaction. Koichi comments that attempting small talk with Jotaro is even more uncomfortable than hanging out with ''[[MadArtist Rohan]].''
* NotThatKindOfDoctor: Jotaro has a Ph.D in Marine Biology and wrote his thesis about Starfish while in Morioh during Part 4.
* OlderAndWiser: When he returns in ''Diamond Is Unbreakable'', he's more level-headed and less explosive than during his younger days.
* OlderThanTheyLook: He appears to get younger later in the series, in spite of having a teenage daughter. Having the power of a Stand slows aging and apparently makes you younger in Jotaro's case.
* OneLiner: One of the few cracks in his extremely stoic personality is his love of delivering hammy and downright cheesy one-liners to people he's intent on beating up. Because of this, some fans have guessed that the reason he's so silent is due to thinking up new one-liners all the time.
* PapaWolf: one of the few times his stoicism breaks and he shows any emotion is when his daughter is attacked. He also tried to keep her away from the insanity that is the Joestar lifestyle [[DaddyHadAGoodReasonForAbandoningYou at the cost of their relationship]]
* PerpetualFrowner: He has two settings: impassive and angry.
* PowerUpLetDown: [[spoiler:Star Platinum: The World's time stoppage]] isn't as good as it sounds. It was a gamebreaker in Dio's hands because his Vampire stamina allowed him to [[spoiler:hold the time-stop]] for a consistent 5-10 seconds and actually accomplish something in that time with his super-speed and super-strength. Jotaro doesn't have the constitution to use it for longer than a few seconds on average (though he can push himself if desperate), nor can he spam it like Dio could, and can only get in a couple of free attacks. He has to be a lot more strategic about using it.
** It is also worth noting that [[spoiler:his Stand's durability took a ''severe'' nosedive, going from [[MadeOfIron A]] to ''[[GlassCannon E]]''.]]
** Somewhat subverted in that, given Star Platinum's insane speed, precision and diamond-shattering strength, there's untold devastation he could wreak [[spoiler: in those few frozen seconds.]]
* RageBreakingPoint: DIO, we know you were desperate, but you really shouldn't have drained Joseph.
* RapidFireFisticuffs: '''ORAORAORAORAORAORAORAORAORAORAORAORAORAORAORAORAORAORAORAORAAAAAAAAAA!!!!'''
* RatedMForManly: The manliest [[YoungerThanTheyLook 17 year-old]] you'll ever see.
* RealMenHateAffection: [[DeconstructedTrope Deconstructed]] in Part 6. ''Stone Ocean'' shows that if you ''persist'' on being an emotionally-lacking fencepost who doesn't smile, cry, hug your children, and tell them that you love them, they will grow up to HATE you. In other words, emotionless and cynical [[NinetiesAntiHero Nineties Anti Heroes]] grow up to be loser-fathers if they remain emotionless and cynical [[NinetiesAntiHero Nineties Anti Heroes]] into adulthood.
* RealMenWearPink: Wears a purple tanktop under his jacket in Part 3. Averted in the anime, where it's more into the dull-green territory.
** Played Straight in Diamond Is Unbreakable's Anime Adaption, where his second outfit has a dark pink shirt, along with the trench coat being a slightly lighter shade of dark pink on the inside.
* RefusalOfTheCall: In the first episode of the anime, Joseph tries to recruit Jotaro to fight against Dio. [[StraightMan Jotaro's reaction to the story]] pretty much sells it.
--> ''What do you want me to say? "Okay gramps, let's go find this Dio!" [[OnlySaneMan Who would believe such an absurd story]]?!''
* SchoolUniformsAreTheNewBlack
** [[LampshadeHanging Lampshaded]] when asked why he and Kakyoin are still wearing theirs on a road trip to Egypt:
--> ''"We're students, so we should look like students."''
** It comes up again shortly after the heroes defeat ZZ. Jotaro had sacrificed his jacket to make ZZ think an attack had succeeded. As they're headed through Pakistan, Joseph expresses amazement that Jotaro was able to ''get a Japanese student jacket there''. Jotaro simply replies, " 100% Sheep wool" - he had one woven.
* SeriesMascot: Out of all the [=JoJos=], he has the most appearances, having appeared in every part since his introduction [[spoiler:up to the CosmicRetcon]] usually in a major supporting role. America-wise, he's the first character that is brought up when people think of the series and is recognized by most fans as the absolute most badass protagonist of the series.
* SirSwearsALot: Does not exactly have the cleanest mouth in his teen years -- not even his own mother is safe.
-->'''Joseph:''' Jotaro, don't you ''dare'' call your mom a bitch! And, Holly, stop smiling when he calls you that!"
* SlasherSmile: Star Platinum displays an [[http://i.imgur.com/8mcuVkY.jpg impressive example]] before he beats up Alessi.
* SmokingIsCool: Cool enough to drive an opponent into insanity, even.
* SpotlightStealingSquad: The first [=JoJo=] people think about in this series is Jotaro. Especially so in America, as Part 3 and [[VideoGame/JoJosBizarreAdventureHeritageForTheFuture the Capcom game based on it]] are the only things from the series officially translated into English. Hilarously, Jotaro himself is upstaged in Part 3 by Polnareff.
* StaticCharacter: When all things are considered, Jotaro in part 3 is hardly developed in comparison to his Grandfather Joseph, and his Uncle Josuke. [[TropesAreNotBad However, much like Jonathan, this is not considered a bad thing]], as Jotaro's awesomeness is why he's well loved.
* TheStoic: He doesn't think showing emotions is necessary because he assumes people can tell what he feels by looking at him. Understandably, this causes misunderstandings with people, including with his own daughter, who assumed he didn't care about her.
** When playing an incredibly high stakes poker game with his opponent, a skilled gambler and cheater, is completely unable to get a bead on Jotaro's poker face, which just so happens to be his default expression that he wears all day
** NotSoStoic: He freaks out when his mother tries to get out of bed after she's affected by Dio's curse and laughs with Kakyoin and Polnareff when they find out Arabia Fats's weakness. [[spoiler: Later he gets furious when he sees Joseph killed in front of him, and when Dio drains his blood]].
** The face he pulls when Jolyne is wounded before his eyes in the fight against Jongalli A could best be described as ''pure homicidal rage''. Yes, even Jotaro can be a PapaWolf.
* TranquilFury: During his battle with Dio, Jotaro often monologued about how pissed off he was and even credits his victory to that, yet the entire time he looked fairly cold and calculated as usual, to the point he lets the battle end in a honourable MexicanStandoff.
** His Voice Actor, Daisuke Ono, says remembering this was a key component to voicing the character properly. He said that Jotaro was someone who was cool on the outside, but internally was "white hot".
* TripleShifter: Not only is Jotaro a research professor, he's also heavily involved with the Speedwagon Foundation's work and investigations. His personal life has suffered for it.
* UnstoppableRage: After DIO drank Joseph's blood, he essentially was unbeatable. Or rather he would have been, [[RageBreakingPoint if this hadn't been Jotaro's final straw.]]
* UsedToBeASweetKid: Or so Holly would like to think. However, when Alessi de-aged him to about seven years old, Jotaro was ''still'' capable of seriously pounding him, and ''still'' had his not-accepting-any-nonsense mentality. Which, given the way Set works, he must have had when he ''was'' a little kid. It's possible that he was always a mix of sweet and uncompromising, and the "uncompromising" part just worked its way to prominence without Holly taking account of it. Either that or Holly is simply in denial or a big case of being an OpenMindedParent.
** We do see pictures of a younger Jotaro smiling next to his mother, which lends support to the former theory.
*** Set's power affected its victims' bodies instantly, but their minds gradually (as seen with Polnareff's memory "resetting" back to childhood over time). So another possibility might be that Jotaro still possessed his normal mental faculties and beat the snot out of Alessi before his mind regressed.
* VocalEvolution: Daisuke's original voice for Star Platinum in All-Star Battle had a slightly deeper and more subdued pitch than his Anime version, where it's more like he's yelling in his lowest pitch and sounds more like Jotaro.
* WackyParentSeriousChild: Compare him with his mom and especially his grandfather.
* WeirdnessMagnet: On top of being subject to the "stand users attract other stand users" rule, Jotaro also painted a bullseye on himself when he killed a highly charismatic vampire with many devoted followers. This eventually became enough of an issue that he [[ItsNotYouItsMyEnemies divorced his wife.]]
* WhenYouComingHomeDad: His own father wasn't around often, due to being a jazz musician that was frequently on tour. Not that he seems to resent him for this, but he clearly didn't understand most people need a dad while growing up. This affects his and Jolyne's relationship in ''Stone Ocean'', as he just sort of assumed that his daughter would inherently know that his almost constant absence was to keep her and her mother out of the Stand-related trouble he regularly dealt with.
* WolverinePublicity: Oh, ''hell'' yes. Given his BreakoutCharacter infamy, in ''any'' material that covers multiple stories of the series, he is given top billing as ''the'' [=JoJo=].
* WorldsStrongestMan: Post-Part 3, but in [=JoJo's=] world, you rarely win with strength alone.
** "Post"-Part 3, ''nothing.'' One must remember: [[spoiler: all it took for Jotaro to turn the fight around annihilate a Stand-wielding, time-stopping vampire powered by ''two'' of the strongest Ripple warriors who ever lived, each of which whom could rip through a group grown man like tissue paper, was getting ''good and pissed''. Somewhat sadly, it would seem he lost his ability to lose his shit on opponents sometime between Parts 3 and 4.]]
* YouDontLookLikeYou: In the prequel [=OVA=]s made in 2000. Seriously, if it weren't for his outfit, Jotaro would look like [[http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/Jotaro_Kujo_Prequel_OVA_3548.jpg a completely different character]]!
* YouWontLikeMeWhenImAngry: ''Holy shit.''
* YoungerThanTheyLook: He doesn't look 17 in Part 3. This makes his appearance in Part 6 ironic, as he does actually look like as old as he should have been in Part 3.

! Joseph Joestar (Stand: Hermit Purple)

See [[Characters/JoJosBizarreAdventurePart2 part 2]]

! Muhammad Avdol (Stand: Magician's Red)
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->Voiced by: Creator/KentaMiyake (TV anime), Creator/MasashiEbara (''All-Star Battle''), Creator/AkioOhtsuka (CD drama), Creator/KiyoshiKobayashi (OVA), Creator/HisaoEgawa (''Heritage for the Future'' video game) (Japanese), Chris Tergliafera (TV anime) (English)

An Egyptian fortuneteller befriended by Joseph. He is named after Music/PaulaAbdul.

Wields the Stand Magician's Red, named after the Magician tarot card, capable of generating fire-based attacks. These attacks are often used at a distance, and are still decently effective at short range. Avdol eventually learns to turn his fire into different shapes and launch them at high speeds.
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* BadassBaritone: In most, if not ''all'', adaptations.
* BadassLongcoat[=/=]BadassLongrobe: His red coat falls in the middle of these two tropes.
* BlackDudeDiesFirst: [[spoiler:''Twice!'' First, against Hol Horse and J. Geil's Hanged Man; later by Vanilla Ice]].
* CallingYourAttacks:
--> '''"CROSSFIRE HURRICANE!"'''
--> '''[[LimitBreak "CROSSFIRE HURRICANE! SPECIAL!"]]'''
* ColorCharacter: Magician's '''Red'''. Avdol is also associated with the color himself given all the red he wears.
* CoolOldGuy: Though we aren't sure of how old he is.
* DroppedABridgeOnHim: [[spoiler:Yeah, he was SavedByTheFans, but eventually he got killed so fast, he barely had time to react and save Polnareff]].
* EthnicMagician: Black and egyptian.
* FingerWag: Accompanied by a "tsk tsk tsk"
* FortuneTeller: Averted; he is an avid fortune-teller, but he avoids all the personality traits associated with the trope.
* HeroicSacrifice: [[spoiler:He could have theoretically saved himself, but decided to save Polnareff instead, at the cost of his own life]].
--> ''Muhammad Avdol!!''
--> '''''YES! I AM!'''''
* IAmNotLeftHanded: During his fight with [[spoiler: Judgment]] he reveals he's been holding back [[spoiler:as he was guarding his injured shoulder]]. While the enemy stand was initially beating him and Polnareff, Magician's Red crushes its shoulder and arm in one hit after this revelation.
* ItsPersonal: Averted, Unlike Jotaro and Joseph who seek to save Holly, Polnareff who wants to avenge his mind control and Iggy who [[spoiler:lost a foot to DIO's pet bird]], Avdol has no personal reason for fighting DIO, just a desire to stop such an evil being from thriving.
* LargeHam: Strangely, he's at his hammiest when he's explaining something.
* MrExposition:Knows a lot about stand and the places that the Crusaders go to.
* NotQuiteDead: [[spoiler:That headshot that caused his first death actually only scratched him]].
* OutOfFocus: Where to begin? Oh yeah. He [[spoiler: gets seemingly killed off]] in the first half of Part 3 and stays that way until the last few episodes of it. Then in the other half, he gets involved in three fights (with the other crusaders as the focus of said fights) after that, the second of which he gets taken out along with Kakyoin and has to stay in the hospital for another episode. [[spoiler: Then he gets killed ''again!'', [[KilledOffForReal for real this time!]] And in one hit, before the fight even started.]]
* PlayingWithFire: Magician's Red's power is fire-based.
* ScrewThisImOutOfHere: When DIO is recruiting Stand users he approached Avdol. As soon as Avdol sees DIO's hair tentacles, he jumps through a window and high tails it rather than join or fight him.
* TheSmartGuy: Well, at least to a bigger extent than the rest of the guys ([[DumbMuscle except Polnareff]]). He's the resident [[MrExposition exposition guy]] and also the team's main guide in the different countries they visit.
** For some reason, Avdol seems to know a lot of Dio's assassins by reputation, and has at least heard a bit about their powers.
* SpellMyNameWithAnS: Any possible iteration of M(o/u)ha(m/mm)(a/e)d A(b/v)d(o/u)l. According to the way his name is written in the original Japanese (モハメド・アヴドゥル), it's supposed to be Mohamed Avdul.
* TheStoic: Downplayed, Avdol keeps a stone faced calmness, but he's able to emote well with his companions and ham it up when necessary.
** TheComicallySerious: He's easily the (second) most serious of the crusaders and likes it that way. In their fight against Mariah he constantly remarks how unhappy he is to find himself as the temporary ButtMonkey and remarks that "that is Polnareff's department".
* TarotMotifs: The Magician. Avdol actually shows many of the positive aspects of the Magician -- initiative, confidence, [[GuileHero manipulation]], and realizing one's potential. He also represents the Magician's being Tarot I, Avdol is the first person to properly use his Stand, the first person to start a fight in ''Stardust Crusaders'', the first to meet DIO, and [[spoiler:the first of the Crusaders to die.]]
* TeamDad: you would think Joseph would fit this, but him being a TricksterMentor at best means that Avdol fits this trope better than Joseph ever would. This is especially notorious in his relationship with Polnareff, who he constantly tries to school into better judgement.
** TheReliableOne: also one of the most stable and clear-headed characters (not as stoic as Jotaro, but more sensible in general than Joseph or Polnareff.
* YoungerThanTheyLook: According to WordOfGod, Avdol is supposed to be in his late 20s, but his experiences with Stands (along with Araki's art-style back then) made his face harden, making him look much older than he is.

! Noriaki Kakyoin (Stand: Hierophant Green)
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->Voiced by: Creator/DaisukeHirakawa (TV anime and ''Eyes of Heaven''), Creator/KojiYusa (''All-Star Battle''), Creator/ShowHayami (CD drama), Creator/HirotakaSuzuoki (OVA), Creator/MitsuakiMadono (''Heritage for the Future'' video game) (Japanese), Creator/KyleHebert (TV anime) (English)

A high school student who is temporarily mind-controlled by one of Dio's flesh buds. Once freed, he joins the [=JoJo=] team in their quest to defeat Dio and save Holly Joestar.

Wields the Stand Hierophant Green, named after the Hierophant card, which can generate emerald-based attacks and stretch itself. Most notably, it can leak a strange fluid from his hands, which can then be solidified and be shot out at high-speeds, ripping anyone who crosses its path to shreds.
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* AbsoluteCleavage: A male example when he's wearing his pajamas.
* AdaptationDyeJob: Goes from having bright pink hair in the manga to brown hair in the OVA and red hair in the TV anime.
* AlternateCharacterReading: His first name can be read as Tenmei.
* AntiVillain: The Villain in Name Only variant when he was introduced. Kakyoin was never evil, just brainwashed by DIO's flesh buds.
* BadassBaritone: The new TV anime gives him a [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rtevnaBLE_g rather deep voice]], in contrast to his voices in the OVA, ''Heritage for the Future'' and ''All Star Battle''.
* {{Bishonen}}: Though only in comparison to the other main characters. The art style of Part 3 doesn't make him look particularly "pretty", but he's less "built like a tractor" than every other guy in this series and he has quite a few female admirers InUniverse. Fanartists like to portray him as a completely straight example.
** This is, however, played quite straight when Araki [[http://vignette2.wikia.nocookie.net/jjba/images/9/92/List12l.jpg/revision/latest?cb=20140904013459 draws him]] in his new art style.
* BlobMonster: Hierophant Green.
* BrainwashedAndCrazy: The first of DIO's mind slaves that was introduced.
* CassandraTruth: During the Death 13 arc no one will believe him that the baby that's with them is the Stand user.
* TheCharmer: Kakyoin is handsome, calm, polite, and friendly, which comes in handy, because he usually is the one who has to clean up Jotaro's messes.
* ChickMagnet
* CrazyEnoughToWork: His plan to defeat Steely Dan's The Lover's is to have Hierophant Green and Silver Chariot to shrink to a microscopic level and enter Joseph's blood stream to perform ''brain surgery''...Yes, seriously.
* CombatTentacles: Hierophant Green can disassemble itself into tendrils to attack and block.
* ContrastingSequelMainCharacter: Where's Caesar was proud and prone to acting on emotion, but preferred to look as a suave lady charmer, Kakyoin is a smart, strategic fighter who doesn't hide behind a fake persona. Also while Caesar was antagonistic towards Joseph due to their bloodlines and clashing personalities, Kakyoin is antagonistic only because he's being brainwashed by Dio. [[spoiler: Both die in similar ways but different reasons. Caesar goes out boldly, refusing to abandon his pride as he passes the torch onto Joseph, while Kakyoin figures out Dio's abilities and dies exposing it. Interestingly Joesph arrives after Caesar dies where's he sees first hand Kakyoin die.]]
* ColorCharacter: Hierophant '''Green''', and Kakyoin always wears his custom green school uniform.
* CoolShades: Gets a pair after [[spoiler:he gets scars across his eyes from N'Doul]].
* DeathByFlashback: [[spoiler:A downplayed version, as is only an narration in both third and first-person, but give us his FriendlessBackground. In the exact same chapter, Dio gives Kakyoin the fatal blow.]]
* DefeatMeansFriendship; Justified. Kakyoin was never evil, only brainwashed.
* DyingClue: [[spoiler:Provides the heroes with vital information on the nature of Dio's powers.]]
* EightiesHair: He has a mullet aside from his [[PeekABangs bang]].
* FriendlessBackground: Notes that he doesn't feel like he can relate to people without Stands, and thus never really had the desire to make friends most of his life.
* {{Foil}}: To Jotaro, in both fighting style and appearance, With [=JoJonium=] going into detail that Kakyoin is the honor role type student to [[JapaneseDelinquents Jotaro's Delinquent]] and having a long range stand in contrast to Jotaro's short range.
* HeelFaceTurn: Mainly because he was never evil in the first place.
* {{Irony}}: When he was evil, Kakyoin used his Stand to turn people into his puppets, while at the same time, Kakyoin himself was just a mere puppet of DIO.
* TheGreatestStoryNeverTold: Thanks to Death 13's amnesia powers only him and Mannish Boy remember their fight.
* GemstoneAssault: "Emerald Splash!"
* TheHeart: He's the most sensible and calm of the group and constantly tries to prevent the others from taking rash decisions (see him trying to stop the others from kicking villagers during the ZZ Top fight).
* KickTheDog: To prove himself a part of DIO's Junior League of Evil, Brainwashed-Kakyoin's first action was to force a nurse to rip out a few students' eyes.
* KilledOffForReal: [[spoiler:Which carries over into the fighting game; apparently, Kakyoin is destined to die no matter the circumstances.]]
* LaserGuidedKarma: Sort of. While evil, Kakyoin forced a nurse to rip out some helpless student's eyes; fast forward to Egypt, and N'Doul almost fatally blinds him.
* LastBreathBullet: [[spoiler:And wasn't even aimed at Dio Brando, but still proved pivotal in defeating him]].
* TheLancer: Becomes this to Jotaro after Jotaro saves him from Dio's flesh bud.
* LikesOlderWomen: Briefly mentioned that Jotaro's mother was beautiful. This became a bit of a [[MemeticMutation meme]] among [=JoJo=] fans.
* MightMakesRight: While under DIO's influence, Kakyoin responds to Jotaro's statement that even a JerkAss like himself knows what evil is like by stating that history is written by the winners, and thus it is the defeated who are truly evil. Jotaro then throws that statement back in Kakyouin's face ([[NoHoldsBarredBeatdown via a flurry of punches]]).
* MrFanservice: Aside from having {{Bishounen}} looks, he has a borderline hourglass figure, and his pajamas [[AbsoluteCleavage exposes his cleavage]]. Even lampshaded InUniverse, where a man in India finds him handsome and offers to sell him a tattoo since he believes he'll look good in one.
* MyFistForgivesYou: Does this after Polnaraff acknowledges that he let his desire for revenge overwhelm him during the Hanged Man fight, currently the page image.
* NervesOfSteel: Kakyoin always stays calm and reliable no matter how pear-shaped the situation is. He's even able to keep his cool [[spoiler: while dying, and deduce the power of DIO's Stand at the same time.]]
* NewTransferStudent: How he's first introduced and to make it obvious that he was evil.
* NiceGuy: Probably the most outwardly nice member of Team [=JoJo=].
* ObviouslyEvil: When he was brainwashed.
* PeoplePuppets: Hierophant Green's most amoral power is that it can force itself into someone, turning them into Kakyoin's meat puppets.
* PutOnABus: Is in the hospital for the majority of the Egypt arc due to N'Doul.
** TheBusCameBack: He returns by the time Iggy leads the group to Dio's mansion.
* RedheadInGreen: In quite a few artworks and in the anime.
* SchoolUniformsAreTheNewBlack: Kakyoin is unusually attached to his school uniform - he even ''sunbathes'' in it.
* SpiritualSuccessor: To the [[spoiler:Zeppeli bloodline]]. He fits all of the criteria from [[spoiler:sacrificing his life to give the hero the clue needed to defeat the BigBad]] from having his good ending being [[spoiler:dying, even in non-canon works and adaptations.]]
* StrangeMindsThinkAlike: When Old Joseph is teaching hand signals for scuba diving, Polnareff shows off a bizarre hand signal of his own. Kakyoin immediately recognizes it as something vulgar, and the two high-five.
-->'''Kakyoin:''' ''(after watching the hand signal)'' "I... can see... your... underpants?"
-->'''Polnareff:''' "YEAH!"
-->'''Old Joseph:''' "We're under attack and could die at any moment! Quit messing around and let's go!"
* {{Stripperific}}: Not him, but his stand, Hierophant Green, exposes a lot of what would be "skin", and wears a thong and ZettaiRyouiki.
* TrademarkFavoriteFood: Cherries. For some reason, he has this repulsive habit of sticking out his tongue and rolling the fruit around on it ("[[MemeticMutation rerorerorerorero]]") before eating it. He's also got a pair of cherry themed earrings.
* TorsoWithAView: [[spoiler:How he dies by being punched by ''The World'' and bleeds out.]]
* WeakButSkilled: His stand is not fit for physical combat at all, and it's abilities are much more basic then someone like Avdol or Iggy. However, his intelligence combined with his surprisingly cunning nature, allow him to fight and win by using tricks and strategies like Joseph of part 2 would have used.
* WouldntHurtAChild: He won't hurt Mannish Boy because he's a baby, but that doesn't mean that Kakyoin will let him be a KarmaHoudini.
* WrittenByTheWinners: When he's brainwashed, he justifies his evil saying that since he's going to win, history will make him into a hero. Jotaro shuts him up.
* [[YouGottaHaveBlueHair You Gotta Have Pink Hair]]: Shows up as brown in the [=OVAs=] and red in All-Star Battle but is properly pink in the anime.

! Jean-Pierre Polnareff (Stand: Silver Chariot[[spoiler:/Requiem, Mr. President]])
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->Child Voice: Creator/AyumiFujimura (TV anime)
->Adult Voice: Fuminori Komatsu (TV anime and ''Eyes of Heaven''), Creator/HiroakiHirata (''All-Star Battle''), Ken Yamaguchi (CD drama), Creator/KatsujiMori (OVA), Tsutomu Tareki (''Heritage for the Future'' video game), Akira Negishi (''Vento Aureo'' video game), Creator/DougErholtz (TV anime) (English)

Another victim to Dio's mind-control buds. Once he is freed by Jotaro and company, he tags along, in the hopes of finding the man who raped and murdered his sister in cold blood. Hot-headed, impulsive, and a bit dim, Polnareff is more often than not the receiving end of the [[MonsterOfTheWeek current enemy's stand]] and [[ButtMonkey foreign toilets.]] Nevertheless, his sheer determination and effectiveness in battle make him a valuable addition to Team Joestar, whether the rest of his teammates admit it or not. He is named after [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Michel_Polnareff Michel Polnareff]].

His stand, Silver Chariot, named after the Chariot card, has the ability to move at incredibly high speeds and is exceedingly skilled with its rapier, to the point of generating completely solid after-images, and catching 5 flying coins on its rapier. When it removes its armor, it sacrifices its decent durability for even ''higher'' speeds and can move at the speed of light. However, unlike most close-range humanoid Stands, Polnareff can't see through its eyes and has to be able to watch the combat himself to direct it effectively.
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* AdaptationalVillainy: In the OVA's, Polnareff joined DIO of his own free will instead of being brainwashed. He still makes a HeelFaceTurn though.
* {{Adorkable}}: He's goofy enough to rival Joseph.
* AgonyOfTheFeet: When Fighting Vanilla Ice, cream manifests under his foot, and shaves off part of it. He's left bleeding and limping for the rest of the fight.
* AnimeHair: A column of it. Also the inspiration for Benimaru from ''VideoGame/TheKingOfFighters''.
* AntiVillain: The Villain in Name Only variant just like Kakyoin, though also of the Noble Villain variety when brainwashed due to his chivalry and nobility.
* {{Archenemy}}: Becomes this to Enya after he kills her son. But [[SmugSnake given]] [[SerialKiller what]] [[{{Jerkass}} he]] [[RapeIsASpecialKindOfEvil was]], it's hard to feel that Polnareff was in the wrong.
* ArmorOfInvincibility: One of Silver Chariot's powers is its armor, which blocks attacks and stops Polnaraff from taking damage along with his Stand.
* TheBigGuy: A very weird example of the trope. He's the team's biggest guy physically, and his stand is the most physical one in terms of fighting ability, but Silver Chariot's actually a FragileSpeedster. Still, he fulfills this spot on the team.
* BittersweetEnding[=/=]EarnYourHappyEnding: [[spoiler:Poor Polnareff's got it tough. All indications in the final stages of Vento Aureo were that he was a DoomedProtagonist who would be DeaderThanDead after the day was saved: after getting his body killed by Diavolo, Requiem's soul-switching shenanigans popped him into the Stand-using turtle right before his soul could pass on, the effect being strictly temporary. However, after defeating Diavolo, it was revealed that the turle's Stand (Mr. President) was so powerful that it latched onto Polnareff's soul and refuses to let him die, so he gets to live on as a turtle. Could be better, could be worse; at least the stand, Mr. President, lets him hang out as his normal human self in a well-furbished trans-dimensional hotel room that anyone can visit whenever he wants.]]
* BrainwashedAndCrazy: DIO's second mind slave, though he did a much better job fighting back than Kakyoin, given that he resisted the DIO compulsion to KickTheDog.
* BorrowedCatchphrase: When the submarine attacked by High Priestess crashes into the seafloor he screams Joseph's famous [[BigOMG "OH MY GOD!!!"]]. Considering Joseph was knocked out somebody had to scream it. Also, during the time he's turned to a kid, he also yelled in English, [[BigNo "OH NO!!!"]], another of Joseph's phrase.
* ButtMonkey: The first comedic example in the series, often being the butt of many jokes and being the first to get victimized by an enemy's Stand.
* CasanovaWannabe: It's only shown occasionally though.
* TheChewToy: If any member of the team ends up in a horrible situation, it's usually Polnareff.
* ChivalrousPervert: While he (in Joseph's words) "thinks with his dick," he's rarely disrespectful towards women. This character trait also tends to be [[DownplayedTrope downplayed]] since Part 3 focuses more on fighting than the rest.
* CrouchingMoronHiddenBadass: Polnareff isn't exactly the brightest member of Team Joestar, but whenever danger is present, he can be quite a formidable fighter.
** He was the first to figure out the trick to Diavolo's stand, and developed a very clever way to counter it. However, [[spoiler:it ended up being for naught because King Crimson was simply [[InstantDeathRadius too strong]] for it to matter.]]
* DeathSeeker: He admits that he didn't care if he died killing J. Geil, but thanks to Avdol and Kakyoin Polnareff learns to fight to live.
* DefeatMeansFriendship: In the OVA, he wasn't even possessed by one of Dio's buds.
* DubNameChange: The English version of [[VideoGame/JoJosBizarreAdventureAllStarBattle All Star Battle]] renames him "Jean-Pierre Eiffel", a strange case as previous English-licensed [=JoJo=] works used "Polnareff" just fine.
** It's even more confusing when [[VideoGame/JoJosBizarreAdventureEyesOfHeaven Eyes of Heaven]] has "Polnareff" removed from his name altogether, making him ''just'' Jean Pierre.
** Fortunately averted in the Crunchyroll subs and the upcoming dub of Part 3.
* EldritchAbomination: [[spoiler:What starts coming out of people when they are under Requiem's effects for too long. It's supposed to be because Requiem is quickening evolution to breakneck speed, though there are also indications that it has something to do with his soul-switching agenda and that Requiem is summoning them from somewhere (i.e., cutting corners on the whole "evolution" thing).]]
* EmotionalBruiser: Quite much.
* EyepatchOfPower: [[spoiler:After Diavolo takes his eye. It actually looks like a tattoo over his eye.]]
* {{Expy}}: Silver Chariot resembles Jagi from ''Manga/FistOfTheNorthStar''.
** As for Polnareff himself, let's see. A [[ImplausibleFencingPowers skilled fencer]], on a [[YouKilledMyFather quest for revenge for a murdered family member]], with the murderer responsible having [[RedRightHand a deformed left hand]]. [[ThePrincessBride Where have I heard this story before?]]
* FaceDeathWithDignity: [[spoiler:After failing to escape from Vanilla Ice's spiral attack, Polnareff accepts that [[ThisIsReality "reality isn't that nice"]], bids farewell to Iggy, and tells him to flee. [[HeroicSacrifice But then Iggy uses his remaining strength to save Polnareff.]]]]
* FateWorseThanDeath: [[spoiler:Doomed to spend the rest of this life as a ''turtle'' by the end of Vento Aureo, not that he seems to mind. Though see BittersweetEnding[=/=]EarnYourHappyEnding above.]]
* {{Fingore}}: [[spoiler:When fighting Vanilla Ice, Cream disintegrates two of Silver Chariot's fingers causing two of Polnareff's to be sliced off. Weirdly, they're right back on after the fight.]]
* FreakyFridayFlip: [[spoiler:This is what Requiem does upon awakening to the ''entire population of Rome''.]]
* FrenchJerk [[JerkWithaHeartOfGold With A Heart Of Gold]]
* GratuitousFrench: He ''is'' French.
* GoodIsDumb: After joining the Crusaders, Polnareff suddenly forgot the ability to generate shadow clones of Silver Chariot. Said stand also lost its high defense, even with the armor intact.
* HeroicAlbino: [[JerkWithAHeartOfGold Kind of]].
* HeroicBuild: He is very buff, even more so than his team mates.
* HandicappedBadass: [[spoiler:Courtesy of Diavolo, in part 5 Polnareff uses a wheelchair. This doesn't actually make him any weaker, in large part because his Stand doesn't need legs. (And if someone knocks the chair over, his Stand helps him right it.)]]
* HotBlooded: In a series stuffed to the gills with hot-blooded characters, Polnareff is a constant fountain of ManlyTears, CrazyAwesome ploys, IdiotHero saves, and WhatAnIdiot goofy moments. It's very hard not to like a guy who's so incredibly motivated.
* IdiotHero: PlayedWith. Polnareff suffers from GenreBlindness thus is prone to be fooled by women, and also [[HotBlooded tends to act before thinking]]. However Polnareff is a perceptive and formidable combatant against male opponents, has outsmarted his enemies more than once, and is a skilled hacker.
* ImplacableMan: [[spoiler:Requiem]]
* ImplausibleFencingPowers: Silver Chariot.
* {{Irony}}: His favorite color is gold.
* LockedOutOfTheLoop: [[spoiler:He's the only member of the team kept in the dark about Avdol being NotQuiteDead (because the others feared he might accidentally blab about it to the enemy.)]]
* MasterSwordsman: Silver Chariot. Not much Polnareff himself.
* MesACrowd: They're actualy just afterimages, because his Stand is that fast.
* KnightInShiningArmor: How he sees himself, and it's the form Silver Chariot takes.
* OlderAndWiser: [[spoiler:When he reappears in Vento Aureo. He came a long way from the goofball he was in ''Stardust Crusaders''.]]
* OOCIsSeriousBusiness: After defeating Alessi, [[CasanovaWannabe Polnareff]] actually has a chance to pursuit the romance he always wanted with the woman who took care of him when he was de-aged (named Malena in the anime). Knowing that sticking with his group without a Stand means danger (and the group last time just deported the little girl who were just tagging along for the same reason), [[ItsNotYouItsMyEnemies Polnareff turns her down, pretending not to know her]], and for once, he's very serious about not pursuing romance.
* OverlyLongTongue: He's fully capable of using his tongue to try to signal to his friends that [[spoiler: Hol Horse had him at gunpoint.]]
* NoBrows: That was never explained.
* RealityWarper: [[spoiler:Requiem.]]
* RevengeBeforeReason: Falls into this trope during his fight with J. Geil.
* RoyalRapier: Silver Chariot's WeaponOfChoice.
* ScrewTheRulesIHaveConnections: In the anime, he's briefly arrested for being the prime suspect in Devo the Cursed's sudden murder (which he did indeed commit, but Devo was an AxCrazy SerialKiller that was trying to kill him, so it evens out), but luckily manages to avoid jail time thanks to lawyers from the Speedwagon Foundation.
* ShedArmorGainSpeed: Silver Chariot can eject its armor, revealing its true form, which comes with a massive speed boost.
* SpannerInTheWorks: His going off to try confront Dio on his own after the remaining group escape from the mansion ends up throwing a wrench into Dio's endgame as if the group had tried to attack Dio en masse, ''all'' of them would've been killed by Dio's power right then and there. Thanks to him, the group end up splitting up and slowly managed to find out how Dio's power worked. By the time Jotaro finally confronts Dio head on, he's able to start getting around Dio's power. What's more, [[spoiler: his saving Jotaro when Dio was about to kill him]] allowed Jotaro to get a fatal blow in on Dio.
* SuperSpeed: Silver Chariot's main power is its speed, which can reach FTL speeds.
* UndyingLoyalty: Ever since the moment he joins the team, Polnareff is THE most dedicated member to taking care of his buddies. Seeing one of them hurt sends him into full-on RoaringRampageOfRevenge mode.
* WalkingSpoiler: [[spoiler:His presence in Part 5, and his stand's evolution, Requiem.]]
* WorthyOpponent: He is willing to explain his abilities to Avdol during their fight, and while he is burning alive, he honors Avdol's skill, leading to him being spared and befriended.
* YouthfulFreckles: When de-aged by Alessi, he is shown to have freckles as a kid.

! Iggy (Stand: The Fool)
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-> Voiced by: Creator/MisatoFukuen (TV anime and ''Eyes of Heaven''), Creator/ShigeruChiba (''All-Star Battle'')

A Boston terrier granted sapience following the acquisition of his stand. He is named after [[Music/TheStooges Iggy Pop]]. He is a haughty and rude dog, and sees humans as monsters for how badly they treated him. Over the course of the story, he begins to make friends with the crew, and after the [[spoiler:loss of his front right leg]], resolves to take down Dio with the gang.

His stand, the Fool, has the ability to shape-shift sand into a variety of objects, such as a hang glider. In the desert, Iggy always has a tactical advantage.
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* AccidentalHero: Twice. He accidentally saves the heroes' group from Oingo and Boingo and later Jotaro and Polnareff from Anubis.
** Although, in the anime at least, his reactions afterwards imply that he is [[ObfuscatingStupidity saving them on purpose]].
* ActionPet: A dog that can manipulate sand.
* AdaptationExpansion: The anime adds many filler scene with him as protagonist.
* ADeathInTheLimelight: Subverted in the anime. Iggy looks like he's going to die from his wounds after his first fight alone, but the kid he rescued from Pet Shop and a Speedwagon Foundation doctor save him.
* AllDogsArePurebred: He's by all appearances a purebreed Boston terrier, despite coming from the streets.
* BadassAdorable: Once ArtEvolution kicks in during the Pet Shop fight.
* BizarreTasteInFood: Iggy's favorite things to chew on are coffee-flavored gum and ''human hair''.
* CruelAndUnusualDeath: [[spoiler:Depending on the version, either cut in half or ''kicked'' to death.]]
* DishingOutDirt: Of the sand-manipulating variety.
* TheDragAlong: He couldn't care less about the Joestars' mission or Dio's business. The only reason he ended up with the team was because they lured him in with his TrademarkFavoriteFood.
* FunnyAnimalAnatomy: Post [[ArtEvolution Art Evolution,]] Iggy's face looks remarkably human-like for a dog. Also, interestingly, throughout his entire appearance, Iggy's nose [[ArtisticLicenseBiology looks more akin to a cat's nose than a dog's.]]
* GassHole: He likes clinging to people's faces and farting on them.
* {{Gonk}}: When he was first introduced, he looked rather ugly for a dog. [[ArtEvolution As the series progressed, however, he developed more human-like facial features.]]
* HalfTheManHeUsedToBe: [[spoiler:Vannila Ice's courtesy in the OVA.]]
* HeroicDog: Despite his anti-social behavior.
* HeroicNeutral: All he wants is to live a peaceful life, and get a cute doggy girlfriend.
* HeroicSacrifice: [[spoiler:Dies battling against Vanilla Ice in order to save Polnareff.]]
* IntellectualAnimal: A recurring trait of the animals with Stand powers. This is demonstrated by the intricate sand constructions he is capable of creating, [[spoiler:including an almost perfect Dio duplicate, despite having never seen Dio.]]
* IronicNickname: His Stand's name is The Fool, but going by the [[TarotMotifs meaning of that card in the Tarot deck,]] it represents unpredictability, among other things. Polnareff, being... [[DumbMuscle Polnareff]], thought someone with the Fool for a Stand [[TemptingFate must be a "similar" dunce]].
** That actually sort of applies anyway; according to Jotaro and Avdol, the Fool stand is more powerful when wielded by a weak user.
* {{Jerkass}}: The meanest and most anti-social Boston Terrier you will ever meet.
** HiddenHeartOfGold: He'll act like an ass, but he isn't cold enough to abandon a friend or dog-lover. [[spoiler:He also sacrifices himself to save Polnareff, which is a far cry from his initial attitude when he was first introduced.]]
* LifeOrLimbDecision: [[spoiler:Forced to bite his own forefoot off in the fight with Pet Shop.]]
* MadeOfIron: Averted. Every time Iggy is injured, it has lasting consequences. [[spoiler:In the anime, his death is caused by getting beaten up by normal human strength.]]
* MisterMuffykins: He's a Boston Terrier, after all.
* PokemonSpeak: Some of the sounds he makes during the anime sound suspiciously like his name.
* ProgressivelyPrettier: Iggy's face when first introduced was rather far into the UncannyValley, basically being a realistic dog's face with creepy, proportionally-oversized human eyes. He also tended to drool with his tongue sticking out and casting a ThousandYardStare. When fighting Pet Shop, his face and range of expressions become [[AnthropomorphicShift more uniformally human]], but also more stylized. Perhaps it was so Araki would have an easier time conveying what Iggy was feeling during that battle. The blatant difference has become a staple of his character: In the ''Heritage for the Future'' fighting game, his "child" form while in Sethan's thrall is simply himself pre-ArtEvolution. "Ugly" Iggy is his only alternate costume in ''All-Star Battle''. In the anime, he starts out pre-ArtEvolution and subtly changes design every episode until he matches his post-Pet Shop fight one.
* SpannerInTheWorks: Often plays this role, appropriately enough for a character representing the Fool card.
* SquishyWizard: Despite having the power of a Stand, he is still just a dog physically. [[spoiler:Once incapacitated, Vanilla Ice kills him with a few hard kicks to chest, something the other Crusaders could have survived.]]
* SuddenlyVoiced: For the most part, Iggy acts like a dog would: He just barks. But when there's no humans around, he's suddenly talking like a talking dog, moving his jaws and all. There's a reason he has voice actors early on this entry.
* TeamPet & SixthRanger: A particularly jerkish version of both archetypes.
* TrademarkFavoriteFood: Coffee-flavored bubble gum.
* UpliftedAnimal: He has human intelligence thanks to gaining a Stand, though he's still unable to speak.

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[[folder:Allies]]
! Holly Kujo, ''née'' Joestar
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-> Voiced by: Creator/ReikoTakagi (TV anime), Creator/RikaFukami (CD drama), Creator/ReiSakuma (OVA episodes 1-3), Arisa Ando (OVA episode 11 onward) (Japanese), Creator/JulieAnnTaylor (TV anime) (English)

The daughter of Joseph and Suzi Q and mother of Jotaro. She develops a stand along with the other Joestars, but due to her low power, it is both too weak to fully manifest but strong enough to sap her life force and act as a debilitating illness.
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* TheCameo: She has a non-spoken cameo as a little girl during the first TV anime's epilogue.
* DaddysGirl: Such so, that can came of as a WomanChild.
* DotingParent: Bordering on MyBelovedSmother, at least in Jotaro's opinion.
* GenkiGirl: She's pretty energetic for her age.
* GreenThumb: Considering her Stand had vines growing out of her, its presumed this is what it could've been if she had more fighting power to control it. [[ItRunsInTheFamily Makes sense considering Joseph's own Stand power.]]
* IllGirl: Her Stand-related illness is what drives the plot in Part 3.
* MumLooksLikeASister: She doesn't look (or act) ''at all'' like a woman in her 40s.
* [[NiceGuy Nice Girl]]: Indeed and a plot point toward Kakyoin's HeelFaceTurn.
* OpenMindedParent: Doesn't seem to mind her son's behavor much at all, referring to him as a sweet kid and being amused at being called a bitch.
* ThePollyanna: Keeps a cheerful disposition even though her husband is frequently away and her son is cold towards her.
* PowerIncontinence: Lacks the fighting power necessary to maintain a Stand and as such it's slowly sapping away her life force.
* SmallRoleBigImpact: Only seen at the beginning of the story, but her illness puts more urgency into finding Dio before her Stand kills her.
* SpellMyNameWithAnS: Her name is spelled variously as Holly or [[WhoNamesTheirKidDude Holy]] depending on the translation. Most fan translations and the OVA dub use Holly, which is supported by the plant-like nature of her Stand and the fact that Holly benefits from being an actual name. The official manga translation and various side merchandise use Holy, which is supported by her choice of Japanese name since the Japanese words for "holly" and "holy" are very different. The 2014 anime's official subs compromise by naming her Holly and explaining that it's derived from "holy" versus the plant.
%%* SpoiledSweet
* StacysMom: Kakyoin is a bit sweet on her, leading to many [[MemeticMutation MILF-chaser Kakyoin jokes by the fanbase.]]
* StepfordSmiler: Puts on a brave face because she doesn't want her family to worry about her.

! Roses
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-> Voiced: Creator/MotomuKiyokawa (TV anime)

The Joestar family's butler for the past 30 years.
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* BattleButler: He is the driver and butler of the Joestar Family. Beats down several yakuza men when they attack Suzi Q.
* CoolOldGuy: He is a skilled fighter on his own, managing to defeat a Yakuza member with ease.
* UndyingLoyalty: Due to his time as a butler, he grows close to the family, even suffering greatly when Holy Kujo becomes sick.

! Anne (Runaway Girl)
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-> Voiced: Creator/RieKugimiya (TV anime), Creator/KonamiYoshida (CD drama), Creator/JunkoTakeuchi (''Heritage for the Future'' video game)

A runaway girl with no name given that tags along with the heroes, while being a minor annoyance in their travels.
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* AdaptationExpansion: When she is sent back to Hong Kong after the fight with ZZ, all that consists of that moment is a brief mention in a single panel in the manga which some may easily miss and [[WhatHappenedtothemouse wonder what happened to her]] as she completely disappears afterwards. In the tv anime, a proper farewell of her boarding and flying on a plane was added, along with a notably mature lecture given by Joseph on their mission and why she can't come along with them.
* BoisterousWeakling: While she's certainly feisty, as a little girl without a Stand, there's not a lot she can actually do in a fight.
* TheLoad: Except while the heroes are in Singapore, she ''always'' gets attacked, and the situation with ZZ makes it abundantly clear that she's only hampering Jotaro's quest. In fact, they ''knew'' this back in Singapore, and thought they could safely leave her there without her following. Nope. However, after defeating ZZ, they get her on a plane back to Hong Kong, so she definitely can't chase them.
* NoNameGiven: In the manga, she's just known as the "runaway girl". In fact, her name is not even given in the character catalogues that usually give names to characters and Stands left nameless in the series.
** NamedByTheAdaptation: The anime adaptation gives her the name of Anne.
* TheRunaway: Anne wanted to travel the world, believing that posing as a boy would make it easier. She then runs away, claiming that the age she is now is the best to travel.
* ShowerScene: She takes a shower in Forever's Stand-bound ship, Strength. Forever, acting like a human being, lusts for Anne and corners her in the middle of her shower soon after brutally killing all the sailors. She is saved by Jotaro.
* PutOnABus: She's put on a plane after she proves to be too much of a [[TheLoad load]].
* PrecociousCrush: She eventually develops a crush on Jotaro, appreciating his looks and attitude. The anime expands that crush by showing her happy to see Jotaro greeting her one last time.
* SuspiciouslySimilarSubstitute: She basically fills the role that Poco from Part 1 and Smokey from Part 2 had.
* TagalongKid: A {{Deconstruction}}. A kid might be nice for morale, but she's going to be utterly useless if there's a fight to be had. Worse, she's usually used as the bait.

! Suzi Q

See [[Characters/JoJosBizarreAdventurePart2 part 2]]

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Villains]]

* IneffectualSympatheticVillain: Some of them; Oingo, Boingo, [[VillainDecay Hol Horse]], and Nukesaku in particular are extremely incompetent.
* MonsterMash: Most of the enemy stands are based on classic and slasher horror movie monsters/antagonists.
* MonsterOfTheWeek: Many of the enemy Stands Users in the manga are just speed bumps that are minor annoyances to the plot, especially Boingo and Oingo, who aren't even noticed by the protagonists. So many of them are completely expendable to the plot that the OriginalVideoAnimation [[AdaptationDistillation cut them down from twenty-seven to seven]]: Forever, Hol Horse, J.Geil, Enya Geil, N'Doul, Daniel D'arby, and Vanilla Ice.
* OnlyInItForTheMoney: Some such as Hol Horse, ZZ, Rubber Soul, Steely Dan, and Alessi outright admit their reason for accepting DIO's offer is to make money. Especially apparent in the case of Steely Dan who wasn't even paid to kill the protagonists [[spoiler: but instead Enya]] and even admits he didn't need to fight them but only did so for his own personal amusement.
* PsychoForHire: Some of the enemy Stand Users like Alessi, J. Geil, and Mannish Boy only accepted DIO's offer to take out the protagonists in order to fulfill their sadistic bloodthirst.
* SortingAlgorithmOfEvil: In terms of power and competency, Dio's Stand users, despite their metaphysical abilities, are far lower than the Pillar Men in overall competency. The majority are either annoyances or somewhat difficult adversaries. The exceptions are Pet Shop and Vanilla Ice, who prove to be extremely, ''lethally'' competent in their work while being followed up by N'Doul and D'arby who come very close to winning their fights.
* SlidingScaleOfVillainEffectiveness: Most of the enemies range from somewhat effective for a while to completely useless, which makes [[BlindWeaponmaster N'Doul]], the [[NoFairCheating D'arby's]], and Pet Shop's fights and [[spoiler:[[HeroKiller Vanilla Ice's killings]] the more jarring.]]
* SmugSnake: Though many of them defer to or outright worship Dio, most of them are incredibly conceited in regards to the abilities to their Stands, believing that their powers make them invincible.
* UndyingLoyalty: While some of the enemy Stand Users are PunchClockVillains who are OnlyInItForTheMoney (Hol Horse, Oingo Boingo Brothers, and Steely Dan) and some just want cheap thrills (Alessi, J. Geil, and Daniel D'Arby) a lot of them either outright worship or even love DIO. In particular Gray Fly, Enya, Midler [[spoiler: (as revealed in her Capcom game ending)]], N'Dhoul, Mariah, Pet Shop, and Vanilla Ice are DIO's most devout followers and will go to any extreme to make sure that they satisfy their master or the protagonists learn nothing about his Stand.

! Dio Brando/DIO (Stand: The World + Unnamed Precognitive Stand [[labelnote:*]]Generally nicknamed Hermit Purple #2.[[/labelnote]])

See [[Characters/JoJosBizarreAdventurePart1 part 1]]

! Gray Fly (Stand: Tower of Gray)
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-> Voiced by: Katsumi Cho (TV anime), Creator/MitsuakiMadono (''Heritage for the Future'' video game)

An assassin of Dio, who poses as one of the passengers on the plane that the Joestars attempt to fly to Africa with. He is named after [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Glenn_Frey Glenn Frey]].

His stand, Tower of Grey, takes the shape of a small, but extremely fast and sharp tongued beetle, effectively making it a flying dagger.
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* BaldOfEvil: Very bald, very evil.
* BigCreepyCrawlies: His Stand, Tower Of Gray, takes the form of a large Stag Beetle.
* CrazyPrepared: Just in case he lost, Gray Fly killed all of the plane's pilots and sabotaged the controls to either kill or slow down Team Joestar.
* EvilOldFolks: Old and evil.
* ForTheEvulz: Flat out admits that he does what he does because he wants to create the misfortune the Tower Arcana represents.
* FragileSpeedster: His Stand is fast to the point where it can dodge Star Platinum's attacks, but since it's a beetle that zooms in a straight path, Kakyoin is able to defeat it easily.
* HiddenInPlainSight: He disguises himself as a normal passenger that all of Team Joestar pass off as an innocent old man.
* KarmicDeath: His favorite method of murder was ripping out peoples' tongues. Kakyoin kills him by ripping out his tongue.
* KickTheDog: As a part of DIO's Legion of Doom, he's contractually obligated to do this. He kills a whole row of passengers just because he could.
* LargeHam: His FamousLastWords were nothing but pure ham.
* MakeItLookLikeAnAccident: His M.O. He goes onto some form of public transportation like a plane, train, or bus, then makes it crash while making it look like it was caused by bad driving and so on.
* NestedMouths: Tower of Grey attacks with an ''{{Franchise/Alien}}''-like one.
* TheNondescript: An oddity for this fabulous series, Gray Fly looks completely normal, helping his disguise.
* PsychoForHire: The first, but not the last.
* SmallRoleBigImpact: The StarterVillain for the series, it's Gray Fly that turned a simple flight to Cairo into a journey spanning several countries.
* StarterVillain: The first truly antagonistic Stand User to block the Joestars.
* SuperSpeed: Tower of Gray is faster than Star Platinum.
* TongueTrauma: Prefers killing people by ripping out their tongues.
* VillainousValor: Even after he begins dying from having his tongue ripped out, he gets back up and attempts to stall the heroes so they would all die in the plane crash.
* UndyingLoyalty: The first of many to show complete devotion to DIO.

! "Captain Tennille" (Stand: Dark Blue Moon)
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-> Voiced by: Creator/TesshoGenda (TV anime), Creator/YujiKishi (''Heritage for the Future'' video game)

One of Dio's assassins. His own name is never revealed; he has killed and assumed the identity of Captain Tennille, who sails a ship the Joestar party rides on. He is named after [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Captain_and_Tennille Captain and Tennille]].

His stand, Dark Blue Moon, allows him to control water currents.
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* BeardOfEvil: A very minor one.
* DubNameChange: To Captain Dragon. It's still a reference to Captain and Tennille; "Captain"'s real name is Daryl ''Dragon''.
* EvilSoundsDeep: Tessho Genda is deep as a Japanese voice can be.
* HazardousWater: Don't go into the water at the same time as Dark Blue Moon. Just...don't.
* HomeFieldAdvantage: Captain Tennille and Dark Blue Moon are pretty much unstoppable underwater; the only reason why he lost was because he fell for Jotaro's WoundedGazelleGambit.
* KillAndReplace: He says he threw off the captain in the sea in Hong Kong.
* MasterActor: Unlike Rubber Soul, Tennille did have a good disguise going; good thing he fell for Jotaro's BatmanGambit.
* NiceHat: His Captain's hat.
* NoNameGiven: He's not the ''real'' Captain Teneille. He just killed the real one to take his place and eventually attack the heroes. His true identity isn't even revealed in supplementary material.
* SeaMonster: The form Dark Blue Moon takes.
* SuperNotDrowningSkills: He can hold his breath for over six minutes.
* ThisLooksLikeAJobForAquaman: Everyone -- Captain Tennille included -- admits that he wouldn't have been such an enormous threat if he wasn't fought in the ocean.

! Forever (Stand: Strength)
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-> Voiced by: Creator/KappeiYamaguchi (TV anime), Creator/MitsuakiMadono (''Heritage for the Future'' video game)

A sapient orangutan. His stand is a freighter ship; he can control every single part of it. He is named after the Music/WuTangClan album ''Wu-Tang Forever''.
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* AdaptationalBadass: Downplayed in the OVA. Forever presents himself as more threatening, and the more out there aspects of his personality (his lusting after humans and being angry at his intelligence being insulted) are cut. Jotaro overpowers him and jabs his forehead like in the Manga, but here, instead of being defeated, he redoubles his efforts at containing Jotaro and is only stopped by a sneak attack from Polnareff.
* BerserkButton: His intelligence being insulted.
* BadassLongcoat: After revealing himself, Forever begins wearing a captain's coat.
* EvilCostumeSwitch: After he reveals himself as Strength's user, he puts on a nice admiral outfit complete with a pipe to create an InsaneAdmiral motif.
* GeniusLoci: Strength takes the form of a freighter which Forever can control in any way he pleases, from controlling some hooks to making the Stand absorb people into itself, to allowing Forever to fuse into the Stand itself.
* GoodSmokingEvilSmoking: Smokes a captain's pipe after TheReveal.
* HiddenInPlainSight: Forever started off his attempt to kill Team Joestar by pretending to be a normal orangutan, which worked back in the eighties because no one knew animals could have Stands back then or that getting a Stand gave an animal sapience.
* IntellectualAnimal: He shows off to Jotaro by solving a Rubik's Cube in what is presumably ''less than two minutes''.
* KickTheDog: In the Manga and TV anime he brutally kills a group of sailors that accompanied the main characters. In the OVA's he killed a pair of Speedwagon Foundation pilots who'd ended up with the Crusaders.
* ManiacMonkeys: Or a maniac ape, in this case.
* MarsNeedsWomen: An orangutan who likes human pornography, ''and'' has molestation intentions towards the runaway girl? [[BigDamnHeroes You came just in time, Jotaro.]] [[TruthInTelevision The creepiest thing is]] that this actually isn't too unusual for wild orangutans in real life.
* NiceHat: His Admiral's hat, which he wears after TheReveal.
* UpliftedAnimal: He has human intelligence thanks to gaining a Stand.
* VillainsWantMercy: After Jotaro overpowers Strength, Forever begs for mercy. He doesn't get it.

! Devo the Cursed (Stand: Ebony Devil)
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->Voiced by: Shouto Kashii (TV anime), Creator/UnshoIshizuka (''All-Star Battle''), Creator/YujiKishi (''Heritage for the Future'' video game)
->Ebony Devil: Shouto Kashii (TV anime), Eiji Miyashita (''All-Star Battle'')

A shaman and assassin working for Dio. He is named after Music/{{Devo}} (or in the Viz translation, for the Music/{{Santana}} song "Soul Sacrifice").

His stand, Ebony Devil, allows him to grow stronger with grudges.
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* AxCrazy: Especially as a CreepyDoll.
* BadassLongcoat
* BatmanGambit: His plan to kill Polnaraff; he made it easy to find himself so Polnaraff would focus on him and Ebony Devil and overlook his CreepyDoll.
* BladeOnAStick
* CombatSadomasochist: The source of his power. The more pain and injury he's suffered at someone's hands, the more powerful his Stand is when fighting them. He intentionally goads people into hurting him in order to fuel his counterattack.
* CreepyDoll: His Stand uses this as its weapon.
* CruelAndUnusualDeath: Polanraff cut him into so many pieces that his corpse looks like it was thrown into a woodchipper. We get to see the corpse, too. No wonder Polnareff was arrested.
* DeathByIrony: [[spoiler:Remember all the scars he has? Well, as a result of {{Synchronization}} and Polnareff dispatching Ebony Devil by slicing the living daylights out of it, Devo is killed by suffering a few ''hundred'' new slashes... as though he'd received all his old, scar-giving wounds at once.]]
* DubNameChange: Twice: he was called "Soul Sacrifice" in the Viz manga and Crunchyroll subs, and "D'bo" in the Capcom game.
* EyeScream: Polnaraff cuts out his eye... JustAsPlanned.
* GoodScarsEvilScars: Many, ''many'' scars. All of them the result of him goading his targets into attacking him.
* HoistByHisOwnPetard: [[spoiler:See {{Synchronization}} below.]]
* KickTheDog: [[TearOffYourFace He cuts a bellboy's face off.]] Granted, he is an assassin [[LeaveNoWitnesses who needs to keep his identity a secret]], but he enjoyed it ''way'' too much.
* MagicalNativeAmerican: Looks the part.
* PsychoForHire: It even mentions that he has been hired by the government, Mafia, and other organizations prior to Dio.
* PowerOfHate: His stand is powered by anger at those who have wounded him.
* RefrigeratorAmbush: Attempts one on Polnareff, who quickly notices the ''odd cans and bottles left in plain sight'' and asks Devo to reveal himself.
* RoaringRampageOfRevenge: How his power essentially works.
* {{Sadist}}:It helps when your power involves being hit.
* SpellMyNameWithAnS: The English release of the arcade fighter changed the spelling to D'bo to [[WritingAroundTrademarks write around trademarks]].
* {{Synchronization}}: [[spoiler:His CreepyDoll is manipulated by his stand, but it also means that he feels any pain of his Stand more so than regular Stands.]]

! Rubber Soul (Stand: Yellow Temperance)
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->Voiced by: Creator/ShinjiKawada (TV anime), Creator/MitsuakiMadono (''Heritage for the Future'' video game)

A mercenary of Dio's who uses his Stand to pose as Kakyoin during the party's stay in Singapore. He is named after Music/TheBeatles album ''Rubber Soul''.

His stand, Yellow Temperance, takes the form of a blob-like substance that can change its consistency and appearance to anything he chooses. It allows him to perfectly mimic anyone he sees physically, though he still needs to act like him. His odd behaviors and antagonistic attitude eventually give him away.
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* BadPowersBadPeople: Rubber Soul is a narcissistic, greedy, and petty coward, and his power relies on eating things to keep it active.
* {{Bishonen}}: A big part of his [[{{Narcissist}} narcissism]] is that he looks handsome. He tends to disguise himself as vulgar parodies of people he's copied.
* BlobMonster: Yellow Temperance itself.
* DirtyCoward: Tries to surprise Jotaro with a sneak attack after getting caught in the water.
* DubNameChange: ''Heritage for the Future'' changed it to R'''o'''bber Soul.
* ExtremeOmnivore: Well, his Stand is.
* GratuitousEnglish: DO YOU UNDERSTAND?
* KickTheDog: Or rather, ''eat'' the dog.
* LaserGuidedKarma: His narcissism makes RapidFireFisticuffs to the face rather fitting.
* MostDefinitelyNotAVillain: When disguised as Kakyoin, he doesn't even try to act [[TheSmartGuy intelligent]] and reasonable like he normally should, but very barbaric and vulgar.
* {{Narcissist}}: He sees himself as beautiful, and acts vulgar when posing as other people due to his low opinion of them.
* NighInvulnerable: Yellow Temperance can change its consistency to anything Rubber Soul wants. Texture, resilience, conductivity -- infinite control over all of them, so there's no way to harm it. Why the "nigh"? Because Rubber Soul himself ISN'T invincible.
* NoHoldsBarredBeatdown: Jotaro thought his broken nose or jaw weren't enough.
* SmugSnake: When he's punched, he spills the info on the other Stand users to save his skin. He also expects Jotaro to go light on him with the excuse of joking around.
* VillainsWantMercy: Twice. The moment he thinks his stand can't protect him, he tries to beg Jotaro for mercy, with the excuse of his nose and jaw being broken. [[NoHoldsBarredBeatdown Jotaro didn't agree on either.]]

! Hol Horse (Stand: Emperor)
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-> Voiced by: Creator/HidenobuKiuchi (TV anime and ''Eyes of Heaven''), Creator/HochuOtsuka (''All-Star Battle''), Creator/KeiichiNanba (CD drama), Creator/NorioWakamoto (OVA), Creator/YoshitoYasuhara (''Heritage for the Future'' video game)

An ambitious gunslinger mercenary of Dio's. He's initially partnered with J. Geil, but later teams up with Boingo. He is named after [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Full_Force Full Force]].

His stand, the Emperor, manifests itself as a gun. [[CaptainObvious It can shoot bullets]]. Bullets which [[ImprobableAimingSkills he can actually direct in flight]].
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* AteHisGun: Enya forces him to do this.
* BadassBiker: In the OVA's he trades in all the animals he rode for a kickass motorcycle.
* BreakoutVillain: Three major appearances in the manga, two playable versions in [[VideoGame/JoJosBizarreAdventureHeritageForTheFuture the Capcom fighting game]], ''and'' the earliest Part 3 minor villain to make it into [[VideoGame/JojosBizarreAdventureAllStarBattle the CyberConnect2 game]]? He definitely qualifies for this.
** Until Vanilla Ice was announced for DLC, but he still got in before the most successful HeroKiller in Part 3. That's got to count for something.
** To put it in perspective, he's in ''All-Star Battle'' from the start (although like all villains, you have to defeat him in Story Mode to use him). Old Joseph Joestar and Iggy are DLC. He got into the game ''before two '''heroes''' from the same part''.
** He also got a special end credits sequence and song in the second half of the David Production ''Stardust Crusaders'' adaptation, alongside Boingo in Thoth's art style.
* TheCasanova: He extols the virtues of charming people to J. Geil, pointing out things could be gotten in return. It ends up saving his life once, even. [[spoiler:Though unknown to Hol Horse himself, that particular girl happened to be an agent of Dio.]]
* CombatPragmatist: Hol Horse knows exactly how underpowered his ability is compared to a lot of other Stand Users. He still does what he can and uses his environment, along with his partners, to the best of his ability. He starts out intimidating, [[spoiler:almost]] killing [[spoiler:Avdol]], but runs away in the end. Next time he shows up, he's at the mercy of Enya and forms a brief EnemyMine situation with Jotaro and company. Then in his final appearance with Boingo, he ends up defeating himself quite spectacularly with the Crusaders none the wiser he was even there.
* {{Cowboy}}: A extremely corny one. That's quite....normal in this manga.
* DirtyCoward: Somewhat justified since his stand isn't very powerful on its own.
* EagleLand: Type 2. He's the first major American character to be portrayed negatively in the series.
* EnemyMine: With the Crusaders when Enya shows up for revenge.
* GratuitousEnglish: His English ''sucks'' in the 2014 Anime.
* GoldfishPoopGang: After his first appearance.
* TheGunslinger: Unfortunately, he can't hit a damn thing.
* HeroKiller: [[spoiler:''Almost''. He manages to shoot Avdol, and he's believed dead, but, he actually survives [[FakingTheDead and takes the opportunity to fake his death]] so as to assist the rest of the team from afar without the bad guys' suspicion]].
* HoistByHisOwnPetard: [[spoiler:Which, when you consider he can actually ''control his bullets' trajectory'', [[WhatAnIdiot is saying something]]]].
* ImperialStormtrooperMarksmanshipAcademy: Hol Horse, you've got to suck pretty badly when you miss everyone you fire at '''WHEN YOU CAN CONTROL THE DIRECTION OF THE BULLETS!'''
** [[spoiler: Made even better by the fact that he's been hit by his own bullets on two separate occasions. The first time he was being subjected to PeoplePuppets, but the second time was him forgetting his own stand's bullets were still flying around]].
* ImprobableAimingSkills: Hol Horse's Stand can control the bullets from his gun.
* IneffectualSympatheticVillain: Is one of the most incompetent stand users hired by Dio, along with Oingo and Boingo.
* InverseLawOfUtilityAndLethality: Hol Horse gets hit with it ''bad''. His Emperor Stand is a gun with controllable bullets; by all rights, he should just be able to get the drop on the heroes and [[WhyDontYouJustShootHim shoot them all dead in their sleep]]. In spite of that, he manages to kill precisely [[spoiler:none]] of them. He is considered one of the weakest Stand users in the series, even to himself.
* {{Jerkass}}
* KickTheSonOfABitch: One of the few times he's actually threatening is when he unceremoniously blows off the ear of a rude {{Jerkass}} who took his cab and went out of his way to mock Hol Horse about taking his cab.
* KnowWhenToFoldEm: A big part of it is that he understands how weak Emperor is in comparison to most other Stands, at least if he doesn't have another Stand User at his side to help compensate for Emperor's flaws. He also isn't as fanatically loyal to Dio as most of Jotaro's other enemies are. Plus, the fact that he bails every time he's at a disadvantage means [[GenreSavvy he lives for WAY longer than any other of Dio's henchmen]].
* LaserGuidedKarma: [[spoiler:He's ultimately disposed of when one of his bullets ends up hitting him in the head in a way that hospitalizes him but doesn't kill him, similar to what happens with Avdol.]]
* MageMarksman: Hol Horse's Stand consists of a gun and the bullets within, [[ImprobableAimingSkills allowing him to control the trajectory of his shots.]] [[ImperialStormtrooperMarksmanshipAcademy Too bad he couldn't hit the broad side of a barn.]]
* NumberTwo: Explicitly calls himself this kind of person, preferring to let his partner take charge while he backs them up [[spoiler:and then abandon them the moment things go bad.]]
* OnlyInItForTheMoney: He's a hired mercenary who lacks the fanatical loyalty to DIO that most of the other villains have. He even tries to kill DIO near the end, who proceeds to terrify him into submission, at which point he sees no other choice than to do as he says or die.
* RevolversAreJustBetter: The form of his Stand. [[ImperialStormtrooperMarksmanshipAcademy Too bad he can't get a shot even if his life depended on it.]]
* SpannerInTheWorks: Proves to be this for Enya.
* StabTheScorpion: In a hilarious variation, he kicks a woman in the neck because one of Boingo's previsions not only showed him doing so but also receiving some jewerly as a result. Turns out that there was a deadly scorpion hiding in her scarf.
* UngratefulBastard: The Crusaders saved Hol Horse from Enya's wrath and he repays them by stealing their car and returning to DIO's side, the asshole.
* VillainDecay: '''BIG TIME'''. Initially shown to be an effective HeroKiller, in his next appearance he's humiliated by the next villain and forced into an EnemyMine situation with Polnareff, and finally he's reduced to an even bigger ButtMonkey than Polnareff when partnered with Boingo of all people.
* WouldntHitAGirl: Although he [[StabTheScorpion makes an exception once]].

! J. Geil (Stand: Hanged Man)
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-> Voiced by: Creator/TakuyaKirimoto (TV anime), Creator/FumihikoTachiki (''All-Star Battle''), Creator/ShigeruChiba (CD drama), Creator/{{Mugihito}} (OVA), Creator/YoshitoYasuhara (''Heritage for the Future'' video game)

A mercenary of Dio as well as Enya's son. He is the one who killed Polnareff's sister and is later partnered with Hol Horse. He is named after [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_J._Geils_Band the J. Geils Band]].

His stand, Hanged Man, can travel between the reflections in objects, and will stab you from them. Its true form is [[spoiler:a small spark of light that had to physically jump from reflection to reflection]].
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* AssistCharacter: Hanged Man is one to Hol Horse in multiple video game adaptations.
* BaldOfEvil: 100% bald, 100% evil.
* BatmanGambit: His plan to kill Polareff hinges on manipulating off his desire for revenge and tricking him into making mistakes.
* DirtyCoward: Immediately begs for his life after spending the fight mocking Polnareff for the death of his sister and friend.
* DubNameChange: Called Centerfold in All Star Battle and the Crunchyroll subs, a reference to the song of the same name by The J. Geil's Band
* EvilMakesYouUgly: Definitely ugly with no kindness whatsoever.
* EvilGloating: Fond of this, including telling how he murdered Polnareff's sister.
* ExplainingYourPowersToTheEnemy: Subverted. J. Geil ''lies'' about how his powers work. He claims his stand inhabits a "mirror world", but it actually just stays on a single reflective surface at a time.
* {{Gonk}}: And unlike most other examples, in a genuinely unnerving fashion.
* HumanPincushion: Turned into one and said word for word by Polnareff, who didn't trust the [[SeeYouInHell denizens of hell]] to do it for him..
* HumanShield: Is pretty fond of manifesting his stand inside people's eyes, forcing the heroes to either let themselves get killed or put out an innocent bystander's eyes. Fortunately, the heroes are able to TakeAThirdOption each time, always involving [[LesserOfTwoEvils kicking sand into people's eyes instead.]]
* InTheBack: His favored assassination method.
* {{Jerkass}}: The most sadistic of Dio's men.
* KarmicDeath: In either the OVA or manga, he's either [[NoHoldsBarredBeatdown stabbed multiple times]] or [[MegatonPunch punched so hard]] that he lands on spikes that impale him, both times by Polnareff. In the TV Anime, ''[[ThereIsNoKillLikeOverkill It's both.]]'' The last time we see him, his corpse is hanging upside down. In Tarot, the Hanged Man is usually upside down as well.
* KnightOfCerebus: J. Geil's is a horrible shitbag of a human being and everything about him is played seriously on top of him being rather GenreSavvy for a SmugSnake.
* KnifeNut: The Hanged Man is armed with a wrist dagger while J. Geil himself keeps a dagger on his person.
* LaserGuidedKarma: Is killed by the brother of a woman he raped and murdered.
* LightIsNotGood: Hanged Man behaves like light, able to bounce instantly from one reflective surface to another. J. Geil, on the other hand, is probably the most monstrous of Dio's henchman.
* LovesTheSoundOfScreaming: And he's raped and murdered quite a few women in order to experience it, including Polnareff's sister, which he gloats about.
* ManipulativeBastard: Likes to hide his stand in people's orbits, knowing that the heroes don't would kill or injure an innocent.
* MonochromaticEyes: He has very tiny pupils, which normally aren't seen giving him the unnerving appearance of plain white eyes.
* NoCelebritiesWereHarmed: Bears a striking resemblance to horror movie actor Michael Berryman.
* PureIsNotGood: His mother describes him as pure. She's either completely oblivious or J. Geil embodies a particularly extreme variant of this trope.
* PsychoForHire: Even in comparison to Dio's other underlings.
* RapeIsASpecialKindOfEvil: He raped Polnareff's sister before killing her.
* RedRightHand: In this case, a left hand shaped like a right hand, likely a birth defect.
* ReflectiveEyes: Takes advantage of this - the human cornea reflects light, which allows him to hide in it. At several points, Polnareff and Kakyoin look into someone's eyes and see the Hanged Man in there.
* {{Sadist}}: Makes it very clear that he enjoys women screaming and inflicting guilt onto their loved ones.
* SerialKiller: Noted to be one, just made worse after meeting Dio.
* SmugSnake: A rather monstrous one.
* WritingAroundTrademarks: In the English version of ''All-Star Battle'', he's called Centerfold. Actually pretty clever, since that's the [[OneHitWonder only popular song]] of the J. Geils Band.
* YouKilledMyFather: Polnareff's main beef with him, not helped by [[RapeIsASpecialKindOfEvil what he did before that]]

! Nena (Stand: Empress)
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-> Voiced by: Creator/SatsukiYukino (TV anime), Creator/MegumiToyoguchi (OVA), Creator/JunkoTakeuchi (''Heritage for the Future'' video game)

An assassin of Dio that poses as a woman attempting to flirt with the Joestar company. She is named after [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nena Nena]].

Her stand, Empress, manifests itself as a living growth on a person's body, manipulating and controlling their every move and growing stronger over time.
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* BitchInSheepsClothing: Seduces Polnareff (that isn't that [[CasanovaWannabe hard]]), preventing him from helping Joseph.
* BloodyMurder: In order for Empress to work she has to infect her target with her blood.
* BodyHorror: Empress essentially subsumes whomever it parasitizes. It starts off looking like a scab, but as it eats, it gets more and more humanoid, and more resolute to eat its host. Ultimately, it's revealed that [[spoiler:the real Nena isn't the Indian woman the heroes met, but a short fat white woman who was ''wearing that Indian woman's skin as a disguise''.]] It gets worse when you consider that this is probably the ultimate fate of Empress's victims.
* CruelAndUnusualDeath: Empress eats its victims from the inside out.
* DemotedToExtra: In the OVA, she's just a SatelliteLoveInterest for Hol Horse to take advantage of and not a Stand User.
* {{Gonk}}: [[spoiler:Her real form is an ugly, big-headed, short woman hiding in whatever body she is in at the time.]]
* ManipulativeBitch: It helps that the heroes see her as nothing more than a normal woman seduced by Hol Horse.
* ShoutOut: Her ability is very similar to the "Face Sore" story in the early ''Manga/BlackJack'' manga.
* UnderestimatingBadassery: [[spoiler:Wrongly assumed Joseph was nothing more than a senile old man with a weak stand. She meets her demise when he outsmarts her.]]

! ZZ (Stand: Wheel of Fortune)
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-> Voiced by: Creator/MasamiIwasaki (TV anime)
An assassin of Dio who ambushes the Joestars while they are driving in a car. He is named after Music/ZZTop.

His stand, Wheel of Fortune, takes the shape of a car that he can control.
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* AllThereInTheManual: His name comes from supplementary materials; his name isn't revealed in the manga proper.
* BadassDriver
* BreakingTheFourthWall: [[spoiler:When he thinks he's slain Jotaro, he points his finger at ''the reader'' and declares "I win! This is the end of Part 3 of [=JoJo=]!" Of course, it's followed by a not-so-dead Jotaro replying "Oh yeah? Then who's gonna be the new main character? You better not say '''you'''."]]
* CarFu: His Stand lets him perform unusual feats with his car, such as driving on walls, shapeshifting, and shooting bullets of gasoline.
* CoolAndUnusualPunishment: After being defeated, he is tied up to a rock and gagged, and the heroes put a sign which reads: [[SugarWiki/FunnyMoments I am training,]][[LockedUpAndLeftBehind please do not disturb me.]] It's a BrickJoke to the eccentric people training with in painful positions and with painful objects that the Crusaders see around the road just before he attacks.
* CoolCar: Played straight then subverted. Wheel of Fortune starts at as a badass car then after ZZ's defeat his car is revealed to be a piece of crap.
* FeetOfClay: The second type: the heroes just see his muscular arms at first, but it turns out the whole rest of him is scrawny, and he's a total coward once his Stand is defeated.
* {{Gonk}}: With his unusual hairstyle, scrawny body, and disproportionately beefy arms, he's quite an odd-looking fellow.
* TheLastOfTheseIsNotLikeTheOthers: His beefy arms stand in stark contrast to the rest of his body; in the design book ''JOJOVELLER'', Araki admitted that he was designed explicitly to make that single joke.
* OneWingedAngel: He is able to transform his stand in a more...menacing form.
* OnlyInItForTheMoney: Admits this after he is defeated.
* ShoutOut:
** The whole fight is basically an extended reference to "Killer Car" movies, with two in particular. The shape of Wheel of Fortune's normal sedan form is reminiscent of ''{{Film/The Car}}'', and several moments in the arc are lifted wholesale from ''{{Film/Duel}}'' [[labelnote:*]] A vehicle that harasses the protagonists by constantly tailgating, or driving in front extremely slowly, the driver initially being identified only by his arm, trying to identify him at a rest stop, signalling them to pass while a vehicle is in the oncoming lane, etc.[[/labelnote]]
** Wheel of Fortune resembles the car on the cover of the ZZ Top album [[https://i.ytimg.com/vi/Pn2-b_opVTo/hqdefault.jpg "Eliminator"]] further alluding to his namesake.
* ThisWasHisTrueForm: After ZZ's defeat Wheel of Fortune leaves his car, revealing it to be an old clunker.

! Enya Geil (Stand: Justice)
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-> Voiced by: Creator/ReikoSuzuki (TV anime), Creator/KatsueMiwa (''All-Star Battle''), Creator/RikaFukami (OVA), Sanae Takagi (''Heritage for the Future'' video game)

Mother of J. Geil and one of Dio's more loyal followers. She is named after Music/{{Enya}}.

Her stand, Justice, can control dead bodies by inhabiting them with a strange mist-like substance.
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* AffablyEvil: Only with her son and DIO though.
* AvengingTheVillain: Tries to take vengeance for her son J.Geil's death.
* BadassBoast: "Justice will triumph!"
* CallBack: Her zombie town is eerily similar to Dio Brando's shenanigans in Windknights Lot back from ''Phantom Blood''.
* CompositeCharacter: In the OVA, she's blended with Nena.
* DotingParent: To J.Geil, though [[HorribleJudgeOfCharacter she tends to forget how monstrous a person he truly is]]
* TheDragon: DIO's original one. [[spoiler: Then he decides to upsize to {{Hero Killer}}s.]]
* DubNameChange: An odd version. In the original Japanese, characters refer to her as "Enya-Ba", with "ba" being a Japanese suffix that refers to an older woman; thus, they're essentially calling her "Granny Enya". Both Viz and Crunchyroll integrated the "ba" into her name, making it "Enyaba". Additionally, Viz gave her her son's surname Geil, while Crunchyroll didn't because they had to change his name too.
* EtTuBrute: Her reaction [[spoiler:to Dio having her disposed of]].
* EvilOldFolks: Can you believe that it's possible to see a resemblance between her and her son because of this?
* GypsyCurse: She fits the character type associated with this trope suspiciously well; she's a fierce, [[AmbiguouslyBrown dark-skinned]] old lady with a penchance for witchcraft, murder and [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking scamming people]]. Also worth noting is that she makes a cameo early in Part 7 as a ''fortune teller''.
* HeKnowsTooMuch: [[spoiler:This is why Dio has Steely Dan execute her. Despite her loyalty, they don't trust even ''her'' to not reveal the nature of The World.]]
* HorribleJudgeOfCharacter: [[SarcasmMode Why yes, Enya, your son is definitely]] [[EvilGloating someone]] [[SerialKiller worth]] [[RapeIsASpecialKindOfEvil avenging]]!
* InTheBlood: Probably one explanation to why she would avenge her son when he was a twisted murderer. She herself worships someone like ''Dio'', after all.
* IWasQuiteALooker: A younger version of her shows up in the OVA prequel and indeed she was much easier on the eyes. [[http://i.imgur.com/6SRMVe1.jpg See for yourself]].
* KickTheDog: Actually, Enya mixes things up: she pointlessly tortures a ''cat'' instead! A welcome departure from all the dog murder, wouldn't you say?
* LargeHam: She likes to talk about the power of her Stand, that's for sure.
* MiniatureSeniorCitizens: A photograph of her in Part 4 shows her carrying the Bow and Stand Arrow. The Bow is a normal-sized recurve bow. ''It's as tall as she is.''
* MoralMyopia: [[spoiler: Hates that Polnareff killed her son...who killed and raped his sister AND was a psychotic, evil serial killer.]]
* TheNecromancer: Enya can have Justce infect corpses with its fog allowing her to raise them as zombies.
* NighInvulnerability: Justice is made of fog so its impossible to hurt even with other Stands. Jotaro gets around this usually broken ability by having Star Platinum inhale Justice causing Enya to suffocate.
* NeverMessWithGranny: Keeps up with Silver Chariot armed with only a pair of scissors, and surprises Jotaro with how fast she can run, despite her advanced age.
* PeoplePuppets: Justice can possess people through their wounds.
* ThePhilosopher: She can keep up with DIO's philosophizing.
* PsychoSupporter: To Dio[[spoiler:, [[HeKnowsTooMuch but the feeling's not shared]].]]
* RedRightHand: Same as her son.
* RoaringRampageOfRevenge: After Nena and ZZ fail to bring down Polnareff & Co., she decides she has to avenge her son herself.
* ShearMenace: She's a pretty good fencer with those scissors.
* SkullForAHead: Part of Justice's appearance.
* UnderestimatingBadassery: She wrote off the Crusaders as "trash". To say that this was a mistake is a major understatement.
* UndyingLoyalty: Completely loyal to Dio, to the point where [[spoiler:she refuses to disclose any info about Dio's Stand to Jotaro and the gang even when she finds out that she's just as expendable to Dio as any of the other Stand users and he has her killed to protect his secret.]]
* WickedWitch: Has several elements of this.
* ZombieApocalypse: She controls a localized one through Justice.

! Steely Dan (Stand: Lovers)
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-> Voiced by: Creator/DaisukeKishio (TV anime), Creator/MitsuakiMadono (''Heritage for the Future'' video game)

A mercenary hired by Dio [[spoiler:to kill Enya in case she told anything about his secrets]] and holds Joseph hostage. He is named after Music/SteelyDan. He also [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking sells overpriced kebab to foreigners]].

His stand, Lovers, allows him to enter a person's body and stimulate their pain receptors until they die, forcing Jotaro to bend to his will.
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* {{Bishonen}}: It fits his arcana.
* TheBully: He's basically a high school bully all grown up.
* CouldHaveAvoidedThisPlot: DIO only sent him to [[spoiler: kill Enya]] even paying him for that job before hand. He even admits that he had no reason to fight the protagonists since he was already paid. He only attacked the protagonists just to get some cheap thrills. Had he just [[spoiler: killed Enya]] and left his fight would have been skipped.
* DirtyCoward: Since his Stand allows him to have the other person suffer more than him, he abuses the fact that he's invincible, only to beg once that's no longer an option.
* DubNameChange: To Rubber Soul. A DubInducedPlothole and a nonsense aversion of OneSteveLimit is avoided only by the fact that the name of Yellow Temperance's User is never actually uttered or printed in either version of the manga. It's only in [[AllThereInTheManual supplementary material]] and the video games. Averted in Crunchyroll's subs for the anime adaptation, where he is instead named "Dan of Steel".
* EvilIsPetty: He puts Jotaro in a position where he can't harm him without hurting his own grandfather. How he takes advantage of it? By making Jotaro complete ridiculous and small requests, like scratching his back or shining his shoes.
* FantasticVoyagePlot: Lovers enters Joseph's body to hold him hostage, and in order to defeat him, Kakyoin and Polnareff have to shrink their Stands down and fight him inside Joseph's head.
* HateSink: Nothing redeeming about him except the sight what was coming to him.
* HeartIsAnAwesomePower: His stand is literally the weakest stand ever, being able to be crushed between two fingers. His stand's ''ability'', however, is frighteningly effective.
* {{Jerkass}}: Goes out of his way to abuse Jotaro while keeping Joseph hostage with Lovers.
* MesACrowd: The Lovers can used dead tissue to make copies of itself.
* NoHoldsBarredBeatdown: A very satisfying one to boot given all the crap he put Jotaro through once his stand is beaten. So much so that ''three pages'' are dedicated to him getting the stuffing beaten out of him by Star Platinum before he's sent flying into a wall.
* OnlyInItForTheMoney: Like Hol Horse, he claims to be simply a hired assassin. When Jotaro finally gets the upper hand on him, he even states that since Dio paid him up front there's no real reason for him to try and kill them.
* {{Synchronization}}: Lovers attaches itself to its victim and transfers and multiplies any damage done to Steely Dan to the other person, making it impossible to hurt him while it's in effect.
* VillainsWantMercy: After physically and abusing Jotaro while holding Joseph hostage with his Stand, then later attempted to take a little girl hostage, Steely Dan begs for mercy from Jotaro once his Stand had been immobilized by Hierophant Green. He even tried to bribe Jotaro to let him go. Jotaro doesn't, as his debt owed to him can't be paid back with money and proceeds to pummel him savagely with Star Platinum.
* WeakButSkilled: Dan claims that his Stand is the weakest one, but even if other Stand users manage to directly fight it, Lovers is still very tricky and can put up a good fight.

! Arabia Fats (Stand: The Sun)
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-> Voiced by: Manabu Sakamaki (TV anime), Creator/WataruTakagi (''Heritage for the Future'' video game)

An assassin of Dio who attacks the Joestars while in the desert. He is named after [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fats_Domino Fats Domino]].

His stand, the Sun, is a replica of the sun that exposes victims to intense desert heat 24/7.
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* CurbStompBattle: In spite of the sheer power exhibited by The Sun, Jotaro takes him down with a solitary rock. Admittedly, it was thrown by Star Platinum, but still...
* ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin: The Sun plays the part of a second sun, the whole idea being to warm Arabia Fats's victims unto death by hyperthermia. Of course, the actual sun can't shoot [[FrickinLaserBeams lasers]]...
* FrickinLaserBeams: If the extremely high heat wasn't enough, it has the ability to fire lasers, making it one of the strongest offensive Stands in Part 3.
* HiddenInPlainSight: The Sun Stand disguises itself by pretending to be the real Sun floating above the Crusaders. He himself was hidden behind a vehicle with a mirror on it to keep himself camouflaged. This wound up backfiring however when the heroes noticed part of the scenery looked off and eventually pieced together where he was.
* GlassCannon: The Sun is ridiculously powerful, with its intense heat and its [[FrickinLaserBeams laser attack]]. Arabia, on the other hand, isn't.
* NoNameGiven: His name [[AllThereInTheManual comes from supplementary materials]] and isn't revealed in the manga proper.
* PowerOfTheSun: His stand generates a second sun hot enough to melt scorpions.

! Mannish Boy (Stand: Death 13)
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->Death 13 voiced by: Creator/IkueOtani (TV Anime), Creator/MikiNagasawa (''Heritage for the Future'' video game)

An intelligent infant who attacks the Joestars in their dreams with his dream-invading Stand. He is named after the [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Muddy_Waters Muddy Waters]] song "Mannish Boy".

His stand, Death 13, can invade and control dreams.
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* BitchInSheepsClothing: Pretends to be a cute baby when he's really a murderous sadist.
* BonusBoss: Death 13 in the Capcom fighting game.
* BrainyBaby: Due to his Stand, he has the mind of an evil genius, although he pretends to be an ordinary baby when others are around.
* DreamWeaver: Basically the Stand version of [[Franchise/ANightmareOnElmStreet Freddy Krueger]].
* EnfantTerrible: An 11-month-old baby who smokes and has fangs.
* FangsAreEvil: He has vampiric fangs, despite apparently not being a vampire. Don't think they are CuteLittleFangs.
* LaserGuidedAmnesia: People who suffer Death 13's dream world lose almost all memory of it when they wake up. This makes it a lot more dangerous, because even if someone survives Death 13 attacking them in their dreams, they'll probably go back to sleep without figuring out it's endangering their life. Kakyoin gets around this by [[HumanNotepad carving a message into his arm]] in the dream, [[YourMindMakesItReal which puts it on his body in the real world]]. Falling asleep with your Stand active also somehow causes one to retain their memories.
* MeaningfulName: "Mannish Boy" isn't a bad name for an infant with adult intelligence.
* MonsterClown: Death 13, a GrimReaper with a clown mask.
* NoNameGiven: His name [[AllThereInTheManual comes from supplementary materials]] and isn't revealed in the manga proper.
* PowerNullifier: Death 13 can disturb the spiritual energy of its victims enough that they'll be unable to summon their Stand when inside its dream world. However, if their Stand is summoned ''before'' they fall asleep, it'll be in their dreams as well.
* PsychoForHire: Seriously, where does DIO find these people?
* RevengeIsADishBestServed: Since he's a baby, he isn't physically punished like other villains. Instead, Kakyoin spikes his baby food with his own stool.
* {{Sadist}}: Again, where did DIO find this guy?
* SinisterScythe: Death 13 uses one to kill his opponents. Or the occasional [[KickTheDog dog]].
* TroublingUnchildlikeBehaviour: Despite being a 11-month-old baby, he smokes ([[{{Bowdlerise}} though not in the anime]]), swears, and has an AxCrazy attitude when dealing with his victims.
* VerbalTic: "Lali-ho!"
* YourMindMakesItReal: Mannish Boy is just an eleven month-old infant (with fangs), so instead of fighting directly, he ''kills people in their dreams.''

! Cameo (Stand: Judgment)
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-> Voiced by: Creator/KinryuArimoto (TV anime), Creator/RyuzaburoOtomo (''All-Star Battle''), Creator/WataruTakagi (''Heritage for the Future'' video game)

An assassin of Dio who attempts to lead Polnareff away from the group in order to kill him alone. He is named after [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cameo_(band) Cameo]].

Judgement has the ability to grant wishes, but with one troubling (and often times fatal) flaw.
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* BeCarefulWhatYouWishFor: Judgment's power is to animate the earth to apparently fulfill a victim's wishes.
* DishingOutDirt: Of the dirt variety, using it to build his golems.
* EyeScream: [[spoiler:Magicians Red wraps a chain of fire around Judgement's neck and feeds the flames into his head]] blowing out his eyes from the inside.
* GratuitousEnglish: '''HAIL 2 U!'''
** IronicEcho: HELL 2 U!
* JackassGenie: Aside from the whole "granting wishes by just making things out of dirt" thing, which makes the treasure Polnareff wishes for worthless, when he wishes for his sister and [[spoiler:Avdol]] to come back to life, they appear as hostile zombies.
* ShapeshifterGuiltTrip: Of the clones variety; his Cherie and Avdol "zombies" accuse Polnareff of letting him die while attacking them.
* RedRightHand: The clay people he creates to appear as zombies all share a deformity on their face surrounding a purely red eye.
* ReedSnorkel: How he manages to breathe while hiding underground.
* {{Synchronization}}: Averted, and notable for it's absence. Unlike most stands, especially those in Stardust Crusaders, the damage inflicted onto Judgement doesn't affect Cameo at all.


! Midler (Stand: High Priestess)
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-> Voiced by: Creator/AyaHisakawa (TV anime), Creator/MikiNagasawa (''Heritage for the Future'' video game)

An assassin who attempts to kill the Joestars while they're in a submarine. She is named after [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bette_Midler Bette Midler]].

Her stand, High Priestess, has the ability to form metals, like zinc or iron, into inorganic objects.
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* AscendedExtra: Between the manga and the Capcom fighting game.
* DubNameChange: The Crunchyroll subs call her Rose, referencing Bette Midler's hit song "The Rose".
* ExtraOreDinary
* TheGhost[=/=]TheFaceless: The entire battle against her is just against her Stand; the heroes only find her after defeating her, and all the reader gets to see is her legs poking out from under her clothes and her hair. Which could be a good thing considering Abdul says that all her teeth were broken from the battle. Araki ultimately designs an appearance for her in a side video game, showing that she is, in fact, [[http://img2.wikia.nocookie.net/__cb20140803003527/jjba/images/4/42/Midler_character_card.png quite the looker]].
* {{Gainaxing}}: Has this in her animations in the Capcom fighting game.
* MsFanservice: Not apparent [[TheFaceless in the manga]], but the video game shows that she's a beautiful woman in BellyDancer clothing.
* OhCrap: Not herself, but she starts out as a small Stand; the revelation that she's turned into a large face is a mass OhCrap moment.
* OrificeInvasion: [[ButtMonkey Polnareff]] didn't see that coming when he put that breather....
* UndyingLoyalty: Her ending in the Capcom game has her [[spoiler: voluntarily giving DIO her blood as a result of selling her soul to DIO.]]
* UnexpectedCharacter: She's a playable character in the Capcom-produced fighting game. In light of the above, Araki had to develop her appearance from elsewhere -- namely from [[Characters/JoJosBizarreAdventurePart4 Yukako]] and the willing victims that Hol Horse found in Dio's mansion.
* VillainousCrush: A minor one, lamenting having to kill Jotaro. The group tries to exploit it...and fail spectacularly.
* VoluntaryShapeshifter: The High Priestess has the power to manipulate anything mineral-based.

! N'Doul (Stand: Geb)
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-> Voiced by: [[Creator/KentaroIto Kentaro Ito]] (TV anime and ''Eyes of Heaven''), Koji Tanaka (OVA), Creator/YujiKishi (''Heritage for the Future'' video game)

A blind stand user. He is named after [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Youssou_N%27Dour Youssou N'Dour]].

His stand, Geb, has the ability to control water and shoot it at high speeds, capable of severing flesh and bone.
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* BetterToDieThanBeKilled: He takes his own life knowing Dio would probably kill him anyway.
* CurbStompBattle: He manages to take Avdol and Kakyoin out of commission easily, with only a small, if severe, burn to show for it.
* GlassCannon: Geb is extremely dangerous and with the desert it makes it hard to track and watch. However N'Doul himself is defeated with a single hit from Star Platinum.
* HandicappedBadass: He's blind, but he is easily one of the most dangerous stand users the group encounters, and easily the deadliest encountered up to that point. He knocks out Kakyoin and Avdol and has the others at his mercy until Jotaro forced Iggy to get involved. Even then Jotaro got very lucky.
* KickTheDog: He violently kills two Speedwagon Foundation Helicopter pilots after they'd supplied the heroes, and were flying away.
* MakingASplash: Geb can manipulate water, turning it into a pretty nasty weapon.
* MoreThanMindControl: He sees Dio as a [[DarkMessiah savior for the bad guys]].
* NobleDemon: Jotaro notes him to be this.
* SpellMyNameWithAnS: It's either N'Dou''l'' or N'Dou''r'', though the former is more common.
* WolverineClaws: When Geb manifests as a hand with weaponized FemmeFatalons, it can do quite a bit of damage.
* WorthyOpponent: Jotaro is impressed that N'Doul is able to knock his hat off of his head - which he mentions has stayed put ''even while underwater''. He's probably the only of Dio's assassins that he respects, as he buries N'Doul after he kills himself.

! Boingo (Stand: Thoth)
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->Voiced by: Creator/MotokoKumai (TV anime), Takahiro Fujimoto (''All-Star Battle''), Sanae Takagi (''Heritage for the Future'' video game)

The younger of two brothers that attempt to attack the Joestars, he later partners up with Hol Horse. He and Oingo are named after Music/OingoBoingo (or, in the Viz translation, after Music/ThePolice album ''Zenyattà Mondatta'').

His Stand manifests itself as a comic book that can predict the future with 100% accuracy. Whether or not he can follow through with said predictions is another thing.
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* ArtShift: His Stand is a comic book, and the illustrations are rather surreal.
* DubNameChange: To Mondatta.
* EvenEvilHasLovedOnes: Fiercely loyal to his brother, which leads to his team-up with Hol Horse in hopes of getting revenge for the injuries Oingo sustained in their last encounter with the heroes.
* GoneHorriblyRight: While his stand may have correctly predicted [[spoiler:Jotaro's death in Part 6 as well as how he died]], it didn't save Oingo from suffering the same fate while disguised as him.
* IneffectualSympatheticVillain: He's one of the weakest Stand Users in Dio's group, but he's pretty much TheChewToy for the other more ineffective minions to take advantage of.
* ProphecyTwist: His Stand predicts the future without fail, and while each prediction implies a clear course of action, it turns out there's enough wiggle room that the result isn't always what Boingo and his allies expect.
** PropheticFallacy: Since Thoth can only see the immediate future, sometimes the twist comes from leaving out the consequences of what comes next. Especially true if the prediction appears abundantly straightforward.
* PunchClockVillain: Pretty much ForcedIntoEvil by his brother Oingo and Hol Horse, then tries to avenge the former and...
** HeelFaceDoorSlam: ..even tries to change his ways before Iggy mauls him and makes him even more insecure than before.
** An artwork shown later in Part 6 shows that he's at least become an illustrator later on.
* SpecialEditionTitle: Ending in this case, Oingo and he have a their own ending song in the anime. He gets another with Hol Horse as well.
* VerbalTic: "Yes!"
* WeirdnessMagnet: [[FightingSpirit Thoth]] aside, he tends to attract unwanted attention from people who wanted to use him (Hol Horse) or happen on the wrong person ([[spoiler:Iggy]]).
* YouCantFightFate: Thoth's predictions are 100% accurate! Realizing how they'll come about or what happens next, however -- that's the rub.

! Oingo (Stand: Khnum)
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-> Voiced by: Creator/MakotoYasumura (TV anime), Creator/HisayoshiSuganuma (''All-Star Battle''), Creator/YujiKishi (''Heritage for the Future'' video game)

The elder of two brothers that attempts to attack the Joestars. He and Boingo are named after Music/OingoBoingo (or, in the Viz translation, after Music/ThePolice album ''Zenyattà Mondatta'').

His stand, Khnum, allows him to disguise himself as anyone in the world, altering his face, size, and even smell to fool his opponents.
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* DressingAsTheEnemy: Not by choice though, he disguised as Jotaro to avoid being attacked by Joseph and Polnareff. This leads to his defeat, as he becomes the "Jotaro" that was described in Thoth's prophecy.
* DubNameChange: To Zenyatta.
* EvenEvilHasLovedOnes: Immensely protective of Boingo and tears up at the thought of his brother growing more confident.
* GenreSavvy: He's well aware that while Thoth's prophecies always come true, they don't always come true in the way that he would like them to. When Thoth reveals that Jotaro will be blown up by a bomb hidden in an orange, Oingo becomes ''very'' nervous when he uses his Stand to disguise himself as Jotaro.
* IneffectualSympatheticVillain
* KnightTemplarBigBrother: Is very overprotective over his brother Boingo.
* ProphecyTwist: While he immediately realizes that one is coming beforehand, and does everything he can to get out of it, the twist still blindsides him.
* SpecialEditionTitle: Ending in this case, Boingo and he get their own little ending song in the anime.
* TheUnfought: The heroes never realize they're being attacked by him!
* VoluntaryShapeshifting: His Stand lets him do this as long as the end result is still humanoid. He can't alter or generate clothes, but he ''can'' resculpt his hair to resemble a hat.

! Anubis (Users: Caravan Serai, Chaka, Khan, [[spoiler:Jean-Pierre Polnareff]], an unnamed child)
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->Anubus voiced by: Creator/YasunoriMatsumoto (TV anime), Creator/TakashiNagasako (''Heritage for the Future'' video game)
->Chaka voiced by: Creator/AnriKatsu (TV anime), Creator/TakashiNagasako (''Heritage for the Future'' video game)
->Khan voiced by: Creator/HidenariUgaki (TV anime), Creator/TakashiNagasako (''Heritage for the Future'' video game)

Anubis is a malevolent Stand inhabiting an Ancient Egyptian sword that possesses whoever holds it. His previous wielders, Caravan Serai, Chaka, and Khan were named after Music/{{Santana}} album ''Caravanserai'' and [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chaka_Khan Chaka Khan]], respectively.
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* AintTooProudToBeg: Once he falls into the river, he tries to beg the surrounding wildlife to help him, but to no avail.
* AllThereInTheManual: The names Caraven Serai and Khan come from supplementary materials; their names aren't revealed in the manga proper.
* AndIMustScream: Ends up at the bottom of a river, unable to do anything until it rusts away.
* AwesomenessByAnalysis: Anubis claims to never lose to the same opponent twice, since it analyzes its opponents' strengths and weaknesses from the first fight and memorizes their techniques.
* BloodKnight: It really loves fighting.
* CoolSword: Anubis is bound to an ''Egyptian'' ''[[KatanasAreJustBetter katana]]''. Its wielders repeatedly state that it's a very beautiful blade, too.
* DeathByIrony: [[spoiler:Anubis is named for the Egyptian god of embalming. It dies by rusting away.]]
* DualWielding: Does this when possessing [[spoiler:Polnareff, using Silver Chariot's rapier as well]].
* EvilWeapon: Can possess the wielder if the user draws the sword from its sheath.
* FourIsDeath: "No matter what, no matter what, no matter what, ''no matter what [[BadassBoast I won't lose]]''!"
* {{Intangibility}}: The blade can pass through solid objects, cutting only what it wants to.
* InstantExpert: Part of Anubis's mind control includes talking to its users and claiming they're master swordsmen. But it's averted as Polnareff, an expert swordsman in his own right, notices that they're complete amateurs.
* LetsFightLikeGentlemen: Seems to do this against Polnareff, but this is subverted when he ambushes Polnareff and attempts to throw himself at Jotaro's back.
* LightningBruiser: According to his already fast opponents, he's actually getting stronger and faster each time he fights. Though it's possible that he just ''seems'' stronger and faster due to reacting faster to moves that he's seen before.
* TalkingWeapon

! Mariah (Stand: Bast)
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-> Voiced by: Creator/AyahiTakagaki (TV anime and ''Eyes of Heaven''), Creator/MikiNagasawa (''Heritage for the Future'' video game)

A dark-skinned woman who attacks Joseph and Avdul with her magnetic Stand. She is named after Music/MariahCarey.

Her stand, Bast, has the ability to give people a magnetic center, causing metal to be pulled toward them.
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* AdaptationalAttractiveness: A more downplayed example; she's been beautiful since the beginning, but the 2015 anime made her admittedly flat chest bigger.
* BareYourMidriff: She has her midriff bare, to help the heat and looking sexier.
* DarkSkinnedBlonde: Either white or blonde; the effect is the same.
* GagBoobs: Averted. It's actually a bunch of nails, nuts, and bolts stuffed in her shirt, which get attracted to the magnetized Joseph and Avdol.
* {{Gonk}}: Normally she's very attractive, but her facial expressions when she's angry are quite hideous.
* HoistByHisOwnPetard: [[spoiler:Joseph and Avdol use her magnetic powers to their advantage by getting on opposite sides of her while a good aggregate of steel and iron is stuck to them. When they let go of the ground...]]
* HollywoodMagnetism: Her power of magnetism is actually reasonably realistic--the pull is stronger the closer two objects are, not all metals are affected, the magnetic field pulls everything instead of just [[SelectiveMagnetism arbitrary objects]]--with two exceptions:
** A car is pulled down the street and onto Abdul, even though Abdul wasn't being pulled toward the car.
** She cuts some powerlines so they'll fly toward Joseph and electrocute him. Powerlines are made of copper and alumimum, neither of which is magnetic.
* KnifeNut: She throws knives to cut some powerlines. It's her weapon in the arcade fighter.
* LikesOlderMen: She mentions that Joseph is very sexy and that she would have been his lover if it were not for Dio Brando being more attractive.
* MagnetismManipulation: Her power is the ability to magnetize anyone.
* MaleGaze: Her first appearance in the anime is a close butt shot. Not to mention the legs.
%%* MsFanservice
* ShesGotLegs: A very long-legged woman in a miniskirt. She gets many comments from the heroes on her legs.
* SpellMyNameWithAnS: The arcade fighter spells it "Mahrahia".
* TorpedoTits: A variation: She keeps nuts, bolts and other small metal objects in her chest to fire off as shrapnel towards anyone she's magnetized.
* VillainousBreakdown: When she gets angry, she contorts her face into ugly expressions.
* WorthyOpponent: She expresses to Joseph that she views him as such as [[FoeYay she flirts with him for being amazing, charming and good looking]].

! Alessi (Stand: Sethan)
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-> Voiced by: Creator/MasayaOnosaka (TV anime), Tsutomu Tareki (''Heritage for the Future'' video game)

An assassin of Dio that attacks Jotaro and Polnareff, who will only fight people who are weaker than him. He is named after the [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alessi_Brothers Alessi Brothers]].

His stand, Sethan, has the ability to turn adults into children.
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* AxCrazy: [[AnAxeToGrind Literally.]]
* CastingAShadow: Sethan takes the form of Alessi's shadow, which de-ages anyone who touches it. It's also used as a standard weapon in the Capcom FightingGame.
* CatchPhrase: "Such a good boy!" Whether referring to himself (anything ''but'' good) or his victims.
* DirtyCoward: He'll gleefully attack (anyone he's turned into) a child, but runs away in panic at the prospect of facing any adult nearby (including a Standless woman who couldn't possibly do him any harm).
* EstablishingCharacterMoment: When he first appears, Alessi establishes his WouldHurtAChild character when he smacks a four year old kid who had simply ran and spilled food all over his clothes by accident.
* FountainOfYouth: Sethan does this to Alessi's victims, all the way to toddlerhood... or fetus-hood, if they stay ''really'' long. It doesn't help that Alessi just ''loves'' to ravage the weak.
* InsaneTrollLogic: He uses this to rationalize his... [[{{Understatement}} habits]], by claiming that people who say they are "weird" and call themselves that can't possibly be "weird" if they are self-aware about their [[PsychoForHire "weird]][[WouldHurtAChild ness"]].
* OnlyInItForTheMoney: As he's about to kill Jotaro and Polnareff he mentions that he's only allied with DIO just so he could claim a money reward. [[spoiler: Made even more apparent in the Capcom game where he betrays and kills DIO after defeating the protagonists because he has no reason to ally himself with DIO anymore. He even turns everyone in the world into kids just so he can take their money.]]
* PsychoForHire: He and J.Geil are easily the most kill-happy of Dio's servants.
* ShoutOut: He does a variation of Jack Nicholson's "Heeeeeeeeeere's Johnny!" bit from ''Film/TheShining'' at one point.
* TheStarscream: In the Capcom game [[spoiler: after defeating the protagonists he begins to believe he is better than DIO to the point where he betrays and kills DIO and then turns everyone in the world into children.]]
* WouldHitAGirl: An unrelated woman was turned into a fetus by his power, which would kill her a few minutes later if he wasn't knocked out.
* WouldHurtAChild: Using his Stand offensively pretty much requires him to attack people he's turned into children, but he very specifically ''[[BadPowersBadPeople enjoys]]'' beating and killing them that way. He also beats a real child for accidentally getting his pants wet.

! Daniel J. D'Arby (Stand: Osiris)
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-> Voiced by: Creator/BanjoGinga (TV anime), Creator/KoujiIshii (''All-Star Battle''), Creator/KenjiUtsumi (OVA), Creator/YujiKishi (''Heritage for the Future'' video game)

A gambler that the Joestars fight in order to know the location of Dio's mansion. He is the older brother of Telence. He is named after [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Terence_Trent_D%27Arby Terence Trent D'Arby]].

His stand, Osiris, has the ability to steal one's soul when they admit defeat in their heart. He facilitates this through gambling, stealing the victim's soul when he wins.
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* AffablyEvil: While he is [[CardCarryingVillain an outright cheater who collects souls]], he is willing to let the group go if they decline to continue and is only interested in a cheap thrill in gambling when not fighting for Dio. He openly tells Jotaro that he can back away if he chooses too and has no interest in starting a fight.
** He also keeps the souls he collects dormant, while his brother has them completely aware of their situations. Souls to him are only trophies and potential collateral, as he enjoys gambling over childish obsessions.
* BadassInANiceSuit: He doesn't fight in the conventional sense, but that's still a pretty classy suit he's rocking.
* BadassMustache: Manages to defeat several characters before being defeated, and his mustache is rather refined.
* BerserkButton: Mispronouncing his name. He nearly lost to Joseph because Joseph kept calling him different names just to piss him off.
* BreakThemByTalking: As is befitting of a pro gambler, half his battle with his foes includes him psyching them out. [[spoiler: Too bad Jotaro's poker face is even better.]]
* BreakTheHaughty: One of the best remembered examples in the series, Jotaro shatters his sheer confidence and sanity utterly [[spoiler:through a bluff.]]
* TheCollector: He collects souls, but he keeps them dormant, preferring the thrill of gambling to the obsession of collecting people, unlike his [[PsychopathicManchild brother]].
* DiseaseBleach: [[spoiler: In the 2014 anime, the stress induced by Jotaro's bluff causes his black hair to turn light grey.]]
* DrivenToMadness: [[spoiler: By the end of his confrontation with Jotaro, he's left giggling madly on the floor while babbling about daring others to gamble with him.]]
* EvenEvilHasStandards: What separates himself from Telence is that he keeps his collection dormant, preferring gambling over an obsession of collection.
** He also uses cunning when cheating, especially against Joseph, who excels at underhanded tactics. In contrast, Telence uses his MindReading power as a crutch, while claiming to not cheat.
* EvilSoundsDeep: In all adaptations. [[spoiler: After losing his mind in the animated adaptations, his voice shifts up an octave as he starts giggling and babbling madly.]]
* TheGambler: It's implied he managed to make a quite a comfortable living thanks to this trope, even before acquiring his Stand power. Of course, he may have had Osiris from birth. A comment Telence makes about an event that happened about a decade earlier suggests that they had Stands even back then, before Enya ever met Dio or acquired an Arrow from Diavolo.
* GigglingVillain: In both animated adaptations, [[spoiler: during his VillainousBreakdown.]]
* GratuitousEnglish: "Good!"
** Also, "Go ahead, Mr. Joestar" when he has Joseph on the ropes during their gamble. Falls into [[JapaneseRanguage Gatuitous]] {{Engrish}} in the anime due to his actor's odd pronunciation.
-->'''2014 Anime!D'arby:''' Gou ahedd, misster Josster!
* ItsAWonderfulFailure: In the Capcom Fighting game, his only role is to appear in the Continue screen while the dizzy character stands on a spotlight. If you continue, he'll give you a thumbs up. If you let the timer run out, he turns your character into a poker chip.
* LostHimInACardGame: Betting with him isn't exactly recommended.
** [[spoiler:He loses in one of the most epic ways possible.]]
* MadnessMantra: An unusual case, in that [[spoiler: he [[CannotSpitItOut can't quite say it out loud]] due to being so stressed out during his VillainousBreakdown.]]
--> D'arby: ''Call, call, call, call, call, call, call, call, call, call...''
* MaliciousMisnaming: Daniel J. D'Arby's pretty picky about people pronouncing his name correctly, something Joseph tries to capitalize on during their water tension match.
* MostCommonCardGame: He plays Jotaro in a game of poker, [[spoiler:and loses in the most spectacular fashion possible.]]
* NearVillainVictory: He was just '''''one''''' call away from taking out all the heroes.
* NotCheatingUnlessYouGetCaught: He ''lives'' by this rule, and outright ''admits'' that he cheats, seeing it as simply another part of the game. He even compliments Jotaro for being able to catch him. Unfortunately for his opponents who may try to cheat, Osiris will take effect whether somebody else notices the cheat or not.
** However, this rule applies to him too, which causes him to panic when it looks like Jotaro might have gotten away with cheating.
* RightHandCat: [[spoiler:Which he uses to score an easy victory against Polnareff.]]
* SuperSenses: His eyesight is good enough to keep Star Platinum from switching the playing cards out. His sense of touch also allows him to identify cards without looking at them, making it a bad idea to let him shuffle.
* VillainousBreakdown: A truly ''epic'' one. [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WP1arj7AYuI Bear witness.]]
* YourSoulIsMine: The results of someone losing in a gamble is their soul taken by his Stand into a gambling chip.
** Though in contrast to his brother, he lets them remain unconscious until they're released.
* WeakButSkilled: He himself admits he isn't a fighter but regardless he is dangerous because of his cheating skills and his talent for gambling. Additionally, unlike his brother, Daniel's stand offers no other abilities beyond taking a defeated opponent's soul, which means he's competing with nothing but pure gambling and cheating experience like a normal human.
* WorthyOpponent: He declares Jotaro to be this after the latter sees through his first attempt to cheat and breaks his finger, taking said injury in stride and continuing the game as if nothing had happened. Jotaro, in turn, acknowledges that, while not violent, he still almost took them all out single-handedly and later notes that he would have easily seen through the cheat Jotaro used to beat Telence D'Arby.

! Pet Shop (Stand: Horus)
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A sapient hawk working for Dio. Brutal, cold, and merciless, he fights Iggy after he [[spoiler:stumbles across the location of Dio's castle.]] He is named after the Music/PetShopBoys.

His stand, Horus, can control and manipulate ice.
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* [[AngryGuardDog Angry Guard Hawk]]
* AnIcePerson: Horus's ability is ice related.
* CoolPet: Let's say this again: a hawk with an Ice Stand.
* DemBones: Horus is a half-frozen, skeletal bird of prey.
* {{Determinator}}: He does not stop chasing Iggy until he dies.
* DubNameChange: In ''Eyes of Heaven'' he's called Animal Shop. An odd example as previous localized works (Capcom fighting game & Crunchyroll subs) don't change his name.
* [[EarlyBirdCameo Early]] [[JustForPun Bird]] [[EarlyBirdCameo Cameo]]: Makes a small appearance in Episode 5 of the anime, replacing the generic parrot perched on Dio's shoulder in the manga, as Araki was yet to plan out the character of Pet Shop at that point.
* EvilCounterpart: Can be considered this to Iggy: An IntellectualAnimal Stand-user that fills a sort of TeamPet role. The difference? [[PsychoForHire Pet Shop is evil.]]
* EvilVirtues: Determination. Pet Shop is dedicated to keeping his master's location a secret, and doesn't only target trespassers, but also people deliberately scouting the mansion.
* FeatheredFiend: A super-fast hawk and a {{Sadist}} to boot.
* HoistByHisOwnPetard: [[spoiler: Iggy bites his beak closed before he can fire his ice bolt, which causes it to burst inside his own head.]]
* IntellectualAnimal: Even though we never know what it's thinking, it's clear that he is much smarter than an average bird.
* KickTheDog: Kills and eats ''two'' dogs in front of their owner.
* KnightOfCerebus: Especially after the comical duo of Boingo and Hol Horse. Pet Shop has quite the kill count for a bird, killing two dogs as well as a man who helps out the Joestars, and gives Iggy the bloodiest fight up to that point in Part 3. Once he appears, the last two stand users the group faces give the group the hardest fight they would have.
* PsychoForHire: While he can't speak, nor can we see his thoughts like Iggy's, it's quite plain that not only is he intelligent, he's ''evil''. [[EyeScream That dog, man,]] [[NightmareFuel geez...]]
* SecretKeeper: Pet Shop not only serves as a gatekeeper, he also prevents knowledge of Dio's location from getting out.
* SelfSurgery: Closed an wound that Iggy inflicted on him using the powers of Horus.
* ShownTheirWork: The explanation of why Pet Shop has an advantage over Iggy underwater.
* StealthPun: Put his name and his Stand's together. Pet Shop and Horus. [[spoiler:Pet Shop of Horrors. Get it?]]
* SuperPersistentPredator: If you enter the grounds of Dio's mansion, you're a target. Pet Shop chases Iggy all over Cairo.
* TeamPet: Pet Shop is what you get when the TeamPet turns evil.
* UpliftedAnimal: Like any animal who gains a Stand.
* WouldHurtAChild: After the poor kid crawls into Dio's estate looking for his dogs, Pet Shop's about to tear him apart like his dogs. [[BigDamnHeroes Then Iggy jumps in.]]
* YourHeadASplode: [[spoiler:It's implied that Iggy trapping a forming ice bolt inside Pet Shop's beak leads to this. We don't actually see his head's fragments, though, just his cracking beak, then an explosive cloud while looking at Pet Shop from behind.]]

! Telence T. D'Arby (Stand: Atum)
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-> Voiced by: Creator/JunichiSuwabe (TV anime, ''All-Star Battle''), Creator/MitsuakiMadono (''Heritage for the Future'' video game)

The younger brother of Daniel D'Arby, he is the butler of Dio's mansion that fights the Joestars. He is named after [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Terence_Trent_D%27Arby Terence Trent D'Arby]].

His stand, Atum, is similar to his brother's, having the ability to steal one's soul when they admit defeat in their heart. Unlike Daniel, however, his stand ''also'' has the ability to read another person's soul, effectively reading their mind by asking questions with yes/no answers.
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* AndIMustScream: Unlike his brother, Telence doesn't leave the souls he collects dormant. Instead, he traps them in dolls that are aware of everything going on, but unable to do anything.
* AnimalMotifs: [[http://i1.kym-cdn.com/photos/images/original/000/953/872/482.gif Atum's upper facial structure]] bears quite a few similarities [[http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/1/19/Barn_Owl_-_Abingdon_2013_%288731175397%29.jpg to that of a barn owl.]]
* BattleButler: Describes himself as this, but doesn't have nearly the tenacity and loyalty of Vanilla Ice.
* BeehiveHairdo: Started out with a short hair in his first appearance, only to become this out of nowhere a few pages later. It apparently mimics a pharaoh's crown, fitting his Stand's namesake.
* TheCollector: A [[PsychopathicManchild more psychotic and childish]] one compared to his brother.
* FateWorseThanDeath: His Stand makes his victims fully aware of their situation.
* FauxAffablyEvil: In comparison, as Kakyoin puts it after seeing his real personality as a LivingDollCollector.
-->"You give the impression of a gentleman... but you are the worst kind of madman."
* {{Geek}}: He keeps a lot of video games, giving him a PsychopathicManchild vibe.
* {{Hypocrite}}: He condemns others for cheating, so what does his Stand do? Read his opponent's mind in order to have an advantage.
* IronicEcho: [[spoiler:While explaining what Kakyoin and Jotaro are in for, Telence admits that he doesn't have much use for his brother's cheating, since he thinks that only the old and the slow-witted can be taken in that way. Thing is, Jotaro and Joseph defeat him ''by cheating'' -- and Telence is neither old nor stupid. Jotaro pretty much rubs it in when he points out that Daniel would have figured out the trick immediately.]]
* KickTheSonOfABitch: According to him, one of his victims was a serial killing Doctor. He loves listening to the man's cruel stories of the people he's killed.
* LivingDollCollector: His victims are still self-aware, unlike his brother's.
* LoopholeAbuse: Technically, both parties are allowed to use their stands to assist them as long as they don't tamper with the game's mechanics or have allies interfere in the match. This means Terence is free to mind read his opponents while still following the rules of the game.
* [[LostHimInACardGame Lost Him In A Video Game]]: Same situation as his brother.
* MindReading: His Stand's main power, which allows him to figure out the choice that the enemy would do.
* NoHoldsBarredBeatdown: He inflicted one on his brother for trying to steal his girlfriend. Keep in mind that at the time, Daniel was 25, and Telence was ''15''. Not only that, Daniel didn't even bother to defend himself, because he knew that with Atum, Telence would get around it anyway.
** [[SugarWiki/FunnyMoments Only to be on the receiving end of one at the end of their fight]].
* PsychopathicManchild: Unlike his brother, who was more businessman-like in his [[TheCollector idea of collecting]], he keeps them alive to seem like talking dolls, not to mention his video game obsession.
* RoleReprisal: Creator/JunichiSuwabe is the only voice actor from ''All-Star Battle'' other than Jotaro and Dio, specifically from Part 3, on reprising his role.
* SeriousBusiness: Considering what Atum can do to your soul, video games become ''extremely'' serious when he's around.
* {{Telepathy}}: The root of his ability. If he asks a yes or no question, the subject's response can be checked like a lie detector. By wording his questions in certain ways, he can even "predict" an opponent's attacks and counter them.
* VillainousBreakdown: Not quite as bad as his brother, but still impressive.

! Kenny G (Stand: Tenor Sax)
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-> Voiced by: Junichi Yanagita (TV anime), Creator/WataruTakagi (''Heritage for the Future'' video game)

A mercenary of Dio with illusionary Stand powers. He is named after [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kenny_G Kenny G]].

His stand, Tenor Sax, allows him to create elaborate mazes. [[spoiler:Unfortunately for him, Iggy has a very keen sense of smell.]]
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* AllThereInTheManual: His Stand's name comes from supplementary materials; its name isn't revealed in the manga proper.
* {{Bizarchitecture}}: Tenor Sax made Dio's palace into this.
* CurbStompBattle: To quote the manga; "This man is Kenny G. His Stand is a Stand of illusions. He was beaten without a fight."
* DubNameChange: To Billie Jean
* GlassCannon: His illusion abilities are extensive, but goes down in one blow without any effort.
* OddNameOut: One of only two Stands in ''Stardust Crusaders'' that isn't named for a tarot major arcana or Egyptian god.
** It's an OddNameOut for all the rest of the stands in the series too, being the only stand to be named after a musical instrument instead of a band, musician, or song.

! Vanilla Ice (Stand: Cream)
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-> Voiced by: Creator/ShowHayami (TV anime and ''Heritage for the Future'' video game (Console)), Creator/HiroyukiYoshino (''All-Star Battle''), Creator/TakeshiAono (OVA), Creator/YujiKishi (''Heritage for the Future'' video game (Arcade))

Dio's right-hand man. He is named after Music/VanillaIce.

His stand, Cream, eats itself, forming a moving ball of nothingness that can cut through anything, even solid concrete. It is named after the band [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cream_%28band%29 Cream]].
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* AmbiguouslyBrown: He's an special case, no one knows where he comes from, or what his true hair and skin color is.
* BadassBaritone: In the TV anime.
* BadassLongcoat: His vest has a cape, somewhat making this trope.
* BarbarianLonghair: One of the few villains who doesn't has a mullet.
* BattleButler: Although Telence is the one who describes himself as such, it's Vanilla Ice who's the most effective and loyal fighter among Dio's servants.
* BerserkButton: Disrespecting Dio in any way. The reason he delivers such a vicious NoHoldsBarredBeatdown to Iggy is because the latter tried attacking him with a fake Dio made from sand, which he had to destroy to defend himself.
* BlindObedience: Unlike many of Dio's minions who share the UndyingLoyalty trait, he takes this UpToEleven, cutting off his head because Dio asked him to donate SOME of his blood and being angry when [[spoiler: Iggy makes him hit a sand copy of Dio.]]
* {{Determinator}}: Averted. Vanilla Ice ''thinks'' he's this [[spoiler:after surviving Silver Chariot stabbing him ''through the mouth and severing the brain stem''. In reality, he survived because when Dio resurrected him, he was turned into a vampire in the process.]]
* TheDragon: Well, technically speaking, he shares this post with Telence and Kenny G in terms of being a deadly blockade, but he's the only one we see showing absolute loyalty, to the point of [[spoiler:''beheading himself'' in order to supply Dio with the blood he needs]].
* DubNameChange: He is called Iced in the video game adaptation and in the OVA. ''All-Star Battle'' and the Crunchyroll subs call him Cool Ice. Depending on your point of view, it could be a reference to ''Flim/CoolAsIce'' (a film starring the actual Vanilla Ice), or the song ''Cold As Ice'' by Music/{{Foreigner}}.
* EstablishingCharacterMoment: When he calmly [[spoiler:cuts off his own head to provide Dio with blood.]]
* EvilSoundsDeep: Especially in the [=OVAs=], when [[Creator/TakeshiAono his voice actor never bothered to sound like a young man]]. On the other hand, in the ''Heritage of Future'' and ''All-Star Battle'' games, both Creator/ShowHayami and Creator/HiroyukiYoshino respectively did a better job sounding like one, albeit a very creepy one. The TV Anime plays it straight once more, in a more serious way.
* FluffyTheTerrible: Would you believe that the single most effective HeroKiller in Part 3 would be named after a much-loathed white rapper and super sweet cold treat, or for the source of his powers to be [[PunnyName named Cream]]?
* HairTriggerTemper: He's very short tempered, Polnareff and Iggy find it the hard way.
* HellIsThatNoise: The anime interprets the sound of him going through things with Cream as a harsh buzzing noise, which naturally puts Polnareff and Iggy on edge whenever they hear it coming.
* HeroKiller: [[spoiler:Of Avdol and Iggy. He even gets more kills than his master, though Dio comes ''extremely'' close to killing Joseph.]]
* HoistByHisOwnPetard: [[spoiler:Polnareff exploits the classic vampire weakness of sunlight by thrusting Vanilla Ice out of the mansion through a hole filled-wall created during Cream's rampage.]]
* {{Invisibility}}: Sort of a side effect of Cream's void state. Made more terrifying by the fact that he could instantly destroy anything by mere contact with his cloaked state. The downside of it is that he couldn't see anything while being invisible, either.
* KarmicDeath: [[spoiler:Vanilla Ice murders the sand-manipulating Iggy and completely destroys Avdol's body. He dies by disintegrating into dust and leaves no corpse behind.]]
* KickTheDog: [[spoiler:Literally delivers a fatal one to Iggy.]]
* KnightOfCerebus: In serious contrast to the ineffective and sometimes comical enemies up to that point. He single-handedly [[spoiler:kills off two of the main party and nearly takes out Polnareff as well]].
* LeotardOfPower: He wears one, making it one of the rare male examples of this trope.
* NoHoldsBarredBeatdown: He delivers one to Iggy [[spoiler:fueled by his outrage at having to attack the ''semblance'' of Dio]].
* OddNameOut: One of only two Stands in ''Stardust Crusaders'' that isn't named for a tarot major arcana or Egyptian god.
* PortalCut: What can happen to the target of his stand.[[spoiler:The only thing left of Avdol are his arms, and Iggy is cruelly cut in half in the OVA.]]
* PowerOfTheVoid: His Stand is able to devour itself and its user to become a void that consumes everything it comes in contact with.
* PsychoSupporter: His very devotion to Dio is what also makes him unreliable, and causes Dio to entrust his master plan to Pucci instead.
* PunnyName: Though the name of his Stand could also be an unintentional double reference to the band Cream.
* TheRenfield: To Dio.
* RoleReprisal: Creator/ShowHayami became the only voice actor from ''Heritage of Future'' on reprising his role as Ice, something really surprising taking into account that game was developed by [[Creator/{{Capcom}} a rival company]] (being the anime sponsored by Bandai Namco) and each and every adaptation of the manga so far has changed voice actors, barring Telence Trent D'Arby, Jotaro and Dio from ''All-Star Battle''.[[note]]It also cause the side-effect of having Enrico Pucci from ''Stone Ocean'' in the game ''Eyes of Heaven'' being voiced by Creator/JojiNakata, rather than Hayami like the previous game due of each and every character of the story having a specific voice actor.[[/note]]
* SphereOfDestruction: His Stand could project an invisible one capable of instantly erasing anything [[InstantDeathRadius that came into contact with it]].
* {{Stripperiffic}}: [[{{WildMassGuessing}} Was he a stripper? ]]
* TheStoic: An emotionless being [[NotSoStoic unless you make him hurt Dio in any way]].
* ThereWasADoor: In his zeal to dispatch Jotaro and his allies after [[spoiler:being resurrected by Dio]], Vanilla Ice immediately sets Cream into void mode, and charges after them, in the process obliterating part of the wall. A probably mildly annoyed Dio asks, "Couldn't you use the door?"
* UndyingLoyalty: To the point that he'd decapitate himself on the spot to provide his master with blood.
* UnrealisticBlackHole: His stand's power, able to erase whatever is contact with it, made worse in that it is invisible; the strikes are sudden and unavoidable unless you manage to find a method to trace its path. Thankfully, the only other downside is that he can't see either.
* VillainousValor: He's got a hell of a lot of devotion to DIO, and takes a ridiculous amount of punishment in his fight with Polnareff and Iggy. [[spoiler: Downplayed in the second case once it's revealed that it's his newfound vampirism that's mostly been keeping him alive, ''not'' sheer determination.]]
* WhiteHairBlackHeart: In the {{Capcom}} game.

! Nukesaku
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-> Voiced by: TooruNara (TV anime), Kouta Nemoto (''All-Star Battle'')

One of Dio's minions and a vampire. Commonly assumed to be a Stand user, as he is able to disguise himself as a woman using a face on the back of his head, but Araki has clarified that this is not a Stand ability.
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* AscendedExtra: Since Vanilla Ice was made to be a DLC character in ''All-Star Battle'', DIO's Mansion's stage hazard is instead good ol' Nukesaku.
* ButtMonkey: Treated like crap by the heroes and his own allies alike.
** IronButtMonkey: And there's nothing he can do about it.
* {{Expy}}: Like Doobie and Wired Beck before him, Nukesaku is an undead character introduced near the end of his part only to get more or less instantly defeated for the reader's amusement.
* {{Gonk}}: He's comically short and big headed.
* {{Guyliner}}
* MeaningfulName: Japanese for "idiot"; the Viz translation uses "loser", which encapsulates his efficacy rather well.
* OddNameOut: Twice: Excluding the two [=JoJos=], he is the only named character in part 3 whose name isn't some kind of ShoutOut.
* OurVampiresAreDifferent
* SacrificialLamb: The heroes force him to open Dio's coffin. It goes about as well for him as you would expect.
* {{Shapeshifter}}: A really, really bad one. HE FORGETS TO PUT HIS BODY THE RIGHT WAY AROUND.
* SortingAlgorithmOfEvil: In direct comparison to [[HeroKiller Vanilla Ice]], seems to be one of, if not the weakest minion in Dio's service. Notably, he's the only known minion who doesn't have a Stand. At one point, we see ''Kenny G'' making fun of him.
* TooDumbToLive: There's a reason why his name means idiot.
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[[folder:Other]]

! Cherie Polnareff
-> Voiced: Creator/YukaKomatsu (TV Anime), Creator/SayuriKubo (OVA), Creator/NaokoIshii (''Heritage for the Future''), Creator/MichikoNeya (Drama CD)

Polnareff's little sister who was raped and murdered by J. Geil before the events of Part 3.

* PosthumousCharacter
* SpellMyNameWithAnS: Sometimes known as Sherry.

! Wilson Philips
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-> Voiced: Creator/YuichiNagashima (TV anime), Creator/MasaharuSato (''All Star Battle''), Creator/JunpeiTakiguchi (OVA), Creator/CharlesMartinet (OVA, English)

A senator from the United States who happens to be in Cairo during the night of DIO's rampage. Named after the band Music/WilsonPhilips.
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* BadassBoast: He makes a surprisingly powerful one in his head about how he got to his position. When he actually says it, DIO breaks his nose before he can finish the first sentence.
* FatBastard: Averted. Despite him being a wealthy politician thinking he's above DIO, Philips isn't all that mean. When DIO walks into his car and sits next to him, Philips just shrugs the intrusion off and chats with him. In the OVA he even apologizes for hitting him with his car (which was DIO's fault because he walked into traffic), and offers a generous amount of money for him to go catch a cab. He's also proud of paying an excess of taxes due to his wealth.
* NiceHat
* PinchMe / ThisCannotBe: When he asks DIO to spare him because he did as he was told and the latter replies with a simple no, he starts to think it's AllJustADream he's having.
* SacrificialLamb
* SanitySlippage: Pretty much loses it completely before he's even killed.
* SmallNameBigEgo // WrongGenreSavvy: A normal person in a world full of CrazyAwesome superpowers who pretty much sees himself as immortal because of his position in society.
* TheToothHurts: DIO tears out his top incisors when he nonchalantly greets him.[[/folder]]
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16th Oct '16 6:09:20 PM Vulcan422
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** Fortunately averted in the Crunchyroll subs and the upcoming dub of Part 3.
16th Oct '16 6:04:49 PM Vulcan422
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->Adult Voice: Fuminori Komatsu (TV anime and ''Eyes of Heaven''), Creator/HiroakiHirata (''All-Star Battle''), Ken Yamaguchi (CD drama), Creator/KatsujiMori (OVA), Tsutomu Tareki (''Heritage for the Future'' video game), Akira Negishi (''Vento Aureo'' video game)

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->Adult Voice: Fuminori Komatsu (TV anime and ''Eyes of Heaven''), Creator/HiroakiHirata (''All-Star Battle''), Ken Yamaguchi (CD drama), Creator/KatsujiMori (OVA), Tsutomu Tareki (''Heritage for the Future'' video game), Akira Negishi (''Vento Aureo'' video game)
game), Creator/DougErholtz (TV anime) (English)
13th Oct '16 11:57:25 PM MeiwakunaBoku
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* MrFanservice: Aside from having {{Bishounen}} looks, he has a borderline hourglass figure, and his pajamas [[AbsoluteCleavage exposes his cleavage]]. Even lampshaded InUniverse, where a man in India finds him handsome and offers to sell him a tattoo since he blieves he'll look good in one.

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* MrFanservice: Aside from having {{Bishounen}} looks, he has a borderline hourglass figure, and his pajamas [[AbsoluteCleavage exposes his cleavage]]. Even lampshaded InUniverse, where a man in India finds him handsome and offers to sell him a tattoo since he blieves believes he'll look good in one.


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* {{Stripperific}}: Not him, but his stand, Hierophant Green, exposes a lot of what would be "skin", and wears a thong and ZettaiRyouiki.
13th Oct '16 1:03:44 PM rafi
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** Jotaro is generally disrespectful toward his mother and grandfather, and is distant towards his daughter ([[DaddyHadAGoodReasonForAbandoningYou for good reasons]]). With that said: '''DO NOT assume the [[NoHoldsBarredBeatdown conse]][[ThereIsNoKillLikeOverkill quen]][[UnstoppableRage ces]] for harming them won't be as bad as you think.'''
13th Oct '16 12:47:39 PM Bugfragged
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* WeakButSkilled: He himself admits he isn't a fighter but regardless he is dangerous because of his cheating skills and his talent for gambling.

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* WeakButSkilled: He himself admits he isn't a fighter but regardless he is dangerous because of his cheating skills and his talent for gambling. Additionally, unlike his brother, Daniel's stand offers no other abilities beyond taking a defeated opponent's soul, which means he's competing with nothing but pure gambling and cheating experience like a normal human.


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* LoopholeAbuse: Technically, both parties are allowed to use their stands to assist them as long as they don't tamper with the game's mechanics or have allies interfere in the match. This means Terence is free to mind read his opponents while still following the rules of the game.
10th Oct '16 8:39:33 AM rafi
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* FightingSpirit: Star Platinum, who has super-strength, speed, and precision.



* FightingSpirit[=/=]WeirdnessMagnet



* ChickMagnet:

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* ChickMagnet:ChickMagnet



* FightingSpirit: Hierophant Green, a humanoid Stand with the same coloration as a watermelon. Capable of crawling inside people and [[PeoplePuppets controlling them.]] For a more direct approach, blasts opponents with Chunks of Glowing Crystals Forged from Pure Will. Call it a BeamSpam variant.



* WeirdnessMagnet



* FightingSpirit[=/=]WeirdnessMagnet



* WeirdnessMagnet



* FightingSpirit



* WeirdnessMagnet: Wheel of Fortune

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* WeirdnessMagnet: Wheel of Fortune



* WeirdnessMagnet

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* WeirdnessMagnet



* WeirdnessMagnet: Geb.



* FightingSpirit[=/=]WeirdnessMagnet



* FightingSpirit[=/=]WeirdnessMagnet: Osiris, which attracted a lot of gambling attention.



* WeirdnessMagnet: He has a Stand, and unfortunately for his SecretKeeper position, it means it'll draw in other Stand users,



* FightingSpirit[=/=]WeirdnessMagnet: Atum, which attracted a lot of competition, [[AndIMustScream though unlike his brother, it's far more disturbing]].



* FightingSpirit[=/=]WeirdnessMagnet



* FightingSpirit[=/=]WeirdnessMagnet: Cream.



* WeirdnessMagnet: Has no Stand, but he is very unlucky to attract the Joestars' attention.
7th Oct '16 1:37:40 PM PurpleEmperor
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* CaptainObvious: Has some moments. From part 4:
--> ''(stopping in front of a shoe store) "This appears to be a shoe store."''



* CaptainObvious: Has some moments. From part 4:
--> ''(stopping in front of a shoe store) "This appears to be a shoe store."''

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* CaptainObvious: Has some moments. From part 4:
--> ''(stopping in front of a shoe store) "This appears to be a shoe store."''
5th Oct '16 12:31:53 PM ThatRandomGuy42
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* DeathGlare: Jotoro is generally good at hiding his rage, but if you manage to break his stoic demenor, '''[[http://i.imgur.com/iauVrl0.jpg this]]''' is what you'll find staring back at you while Star Platinum mercilessly beats you into the dirt.
5th Oct '16 2:37:25 AM Shadeblade11
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* OlderThanTheyLook: According to WordOfGod, Avdol is supposed to be in his late 20s, but his experiences with Stands (along with Araki's art-style back then) made his face harden.




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* YoungerThanTheyLook: According to WordOfGod, Avdol is supposed to be in his late 20s, but his experiences with Stands (along with Araki's art-style back then) made his face harden, making him look much older than he is.
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