Characters: Jo Jos Bizarre Adventure Part 7
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Johnathan "Johnny" Joestar (Stand: Tusk)
A young horse racing prodigy, Johnny's heyday as a horse jockey came to an abrupt end when a public incident left him paraplegic. He meets Gyro before the Steel Ball Run begins and finds himself captivated by his steel ball ability. After fighting for Gyro's attention, the two team up for the race.
- Abnormal Ammo: He shoots his nails.
- Anti-Hero: Johnny's the most ambiguously heroic of the Joestars for a number of reasons.
- Classical Anti-Hero: The neglect and contempt shown by his father, and the events that led up to him getting paralyzed turned him into a bitter shadow of his former self, with deep seated self esteem issues. In fact, the reason he seeks to acquire the corpse parts is so that a "useless person" like him could have a purpose for living.
- Unscrupulous Hero: On top of that, Johnny is not really heroic. He just wanted the corpse and is not particularly nice. To have the Corpse he'll do everything even if he must kill someone. He even proposed to Gyro to shoot a child with a serious face. He does mellow down over the course of the story, but still.
- Anyone Can Die: Bites it, 10 years after the events of SBR.
- Awesome Mc Cool Name: Joestar.
- Crouching Moron, Hidden Badass: Comes off as whiny, incompetent, and overly reliant on Gyro. In-battle, however, it becomes clear that he can hold his own. This is especially apparent when his "Dark Will" comes out.
- Handicapped Badass: Although he fixes it by the end.
- Took a Level in Badass: His stand, Tusk, keeps evolving as he learns to use the Golden Ratio in battle.
- Break the Haughty: He wound up paralyzed, simply because he thought he was too rich and famous to wait in line.
- Brick Joke: Even in an alternate universe Dio manages to overshadow Jonathan in the eyes of his father...
- Byronic Hero: See Contrasting Reboot Character below for more details.
- Character Development: The whole story of SBR is basically about it. Over the course of the story, Johnny finds that there's more to life beyond the walls he had built around himself.
- Contrasting Reboot Main Character: Other than similarities in their backstories, Johnny neither looks nor acts like Jonathan, in any way.
- To elaborate, Jonathan was a kind, idealistic, unselfish and generous musclebound mountain of a man; Johnny is a cruel, cynical, self-centered and petty scrawny kid (though partly justified by the atrophy caused by his disability). In other words, Jonathan was the Ideal Hero with scarcely any flaws, while Johnny is a very flawed Byronic Hero with few redeeming qualities.
- Deadpan Snarker: Out of all of the Jojos that have appeared, Johnny's definitely the snarkiest of them all. He likes to reply with sarcastic remarks, particularly when it comes to Gyro and his indecipherable jokes and weird songs.
Gyro: ~Pizza Mozzarella... Pizza Mozzarella... Rella Rella Rella~ What do you think?
Johnny: Gyro... That's a damn good song.
Johnny: Yeah, it's sure to be a hit back in Europe.
- Determinator: Getting his shit kicked out of him by a horse and having a piece of wood lodged in his leg will not stop this guy from learning the secret of Gyro's steel balls, and later on, absolutely nothing will get between him and the corpse parts.
- Embarrassing First Name: Jonathan Joestar, but he started calling himself "Johnny" after people started calling him "Jo Jo".
- Everything's Better with Spinning: Once he figures out the Golden Ratio, his nail bullets become incredibly powerful weapons which create movable rifts that seek out the targets vitals and destroy them.
- Expy: He doesn't have much in common with Jonathan at first, but then you find out his full backstory...
- Eyes Never Lie: He sees no problem with killing an opponent if he thinks it's necessary. Gyro can tell just by looking at his eyes—Johnny's killing intent is depicted as smoldering black flames in his pupils.
- Face Death with Dignity: He calmly accepts his fate, after Diego from an alternate universe hits him with his own infinite rotation. Subverted in that he does get better in the end.
- Fetish: He has formicophilia.
- Finger Gun: A more serious example than usual. He sometimes poses like this to aim Tusk.
- Foreshadowing: Very early on in the arc, Gyro mentions to Johnny that mosquito bites are the number one causes of death. As we approach the climax, we find out about his little fetish...
- Friendship Moment: A lot with Gyro but the most touching scene is the one where he gave the corpse to the enemy in order to save him.
- Good Scars, Evil Scars: He gets a scar, after he got shot.
- Green Lantern Ring: The Golden Ratio also allowed him to use the rifts created by his nails to transport parts or all of him to other places.
- Heart Is an Awesome Power: How dangerous are his spinning fingernail bullets? Very.
- Heroic Sacrifice: Johnny sacrifices himself to save his son, when using the corpse's power to save his wife backfires horribly.
- Heroic Self-Deprecation: He literally thinks of himself as "less than zero".
- Hot-Blooded: He is a JoJo. Tons of screaming and aggressive forcefulness is to be expected from him.
- Improbable Weapon User: He shoots his fingernails like bullets. Even for JoJo that's pretty over the top.
- In Series Nick Name: JoJo.
- Karmic Death: In Jojolion he stole the corpse that was supposed to have been sealed at the end of Part 7 in order to cure his wife from the unknown disease. Since the "curing" works on the equivalent exchange basis, and not wanting to get the disease himself, Johnny really begs that some stranger will get it instead. That "stranger" turns out be his son George. In grief, Johnny repeats the procedure now getting the disease himself, with fatal results. Jojolion calls this "Johnny Joestar's Sin".
- Mundane Utility: After Johnny first masters the Golden Ratio, and learns to create rotational force around his finger, he quickly finds innocuous functions, like grating cheese, wrapping spaghetti, and brushing his teeth. It even makes Gyro jealous.
- Nice Hat: His odd horseshoe-bandanna combo. Jojolion implies that at some point he traded it for a tasseled sailor's cap resembling Josuke's.
- Parental Neglect: His father focused most, if not all, of his attention on Johnny's brother, Nicholas, who was even more skilled in horse racing.
- Pet the Dog: When his father finally apologizes to him for all those years of neglect.
- Phenotype Stereotype: To show how American he is, he wears a horseshoe hat, and star patterned blue pants, and arm-warmers with the American Flag design on them. He replaces the hat for a Pork-pie hat with a star-patterned hem and gets rid of the original arm-warmers for some white ones.
- The Protagonist
- Reality Ensues: He regains his ability to walk in the end, but it's a slow and gradual recovery; not a single, climactic, miraculous, and perfectly timed moment.
- Red Oni, Blue Oni: The Red Oni to Gyro's blue, at the beginning. Interestingly, the roles are reversed as the story goes on.
- Say My Name: GYROOOOOOOOOOO!!
- Spell My Name with an S: In Japanese, even! In the first chapter his name is spelled ジョニー, but afterward it's ジョニィ.
- Sudden Sequel Death Syndrome: A flashback in Jojolion reveals that Johnny was killed in Japan ten years after the events of Steel Ball Run.
- Tranquil Fury: When his "Dark Determination" kicks in, he barely speaks; this means that he really wants to kill you.
- The Unfavorite: To his father.
- Victorious Loser: Not only did he NOT win Steel Ball Run, he was disqualified in the last 1000 meters. Yet, the sight of his father cheering him on with pride as he thundered past Broadway, not to the memories of his epic trek with Gyro was more than enough. Johnny may have lost the race, but he won something far more precious; a true friend and his father's love.
- "Well Done, Son!" Guy
Iulius Caesar "Gyro" Zeppeli (Stand: Scan / Ball Breaker)
A mysterious racer who suddenly shows up in the U.S. for the Steel Ball Run. He ends up catching the eye of many people, good and bad, due to his unique ability to manipulate steel balls. He eventually acts as a sort of partner and mentor to Johnny after the race begins. Gyro hails from Naples and comes from a family line of executioners. After questioning the morality of the job when an innocent boy, Marco, is convicted of treason for failing to report his employers' conspiracy against the king, he sets out to enter the Steel Ball Run and land first place to curry the king's favor and earn amnesty for Marco, who is awaiting execution.
Lucy Steel (née Pendelton) (Stand: Ticket to Ride)
The much younger wife of Stephen Steel, unwittingly dragged into the world of the Steel Ball Run, and the Holy Corpse.
Though living in constant danger of the wrath of the president, and overwhelmed by the gravity of the situation she is in, for the sake of her husband's safety, she opposes Valentine, behind the scenes.
- Artistic Age: She's pretty tall and...well-developed for a 14 year-old.
- Brick Joke: How she defeats Alternate Universe Diego Brando. She brings the original Diego's head close to him, which, because of how the same people from alternate universes die by being forcibly fused together, causes his head to explode into a bloody mess.
- Deus ex Machina: She's the one that kills Alternate Universe Diego Brando.
- Fan Nickname: Her temporary stand is known as "Love Train"; however it appears in chapters called "Ticket to Ride" and was later confirmed to be named as such in JOJOVELLER
- Guile Hero: She has no supernatural abilities whatsoever, so she has to rely on her wits to survive.
- The Heart
- Intergenerational Friendship: With Stephen Steel. It's far stronger than any normal friendship, though it doesn't necessarily qualify as "love".
- The Messiah: (Or at least, Valentine makes her play host to the Messiah...)
- Ms. Fanservice: So much that the President's wife wanted to fuck her.
- Selective Gravity: Subconsciously, during the second stage of being the host.
- Silk Hiding Steel: Pun aside, the fact that this young lady is willing and able to stand to the occasion in spite of being terrified out of her wits makes her as brave as any hero.
- Tears of Fear: Sheds these, during her closer encounters with Valentine and his subordinates.
- Ugly Guy, Hot Wife: Stephen's not ugly per se; just not nearly as hot as his wife.
- Younger Than They Look: She's actually 14, but she looks about four, five or maybe even six years older than that. She's rather tall, pretty curvy, and is fetishized a lot more than many other 14-year-olds are. It certainly doesn't help that Valentine spent a few chapters trying to catch her and rape her.
Mountain Tim (Stand: Oh! Lonesome Me)
- Back for the Dead
- Expy: His scar, long hair and hat makes him look a bit like Speedwagon. He's also firmly good-aligned and has a one-sided crush on Lucy.
- His Nice Hat and cowboy trappings also call Hol Horse's design to mind, though thankfully not his personality.
- I Want My Beloved to Be Happy: (Towards Lucy Steel.)
- Made of Plasticine: His Stand allows him to break his body up into pieces without harm as long as they stay connected to his rope.
- Nice Hat: A zebra-patterned cowboy hat.
- Scars Are Forever
Hot Pants (Stand: Cream Starter)
- Church Militant
- Cynicism Catalyst: The death of her brother, of which she's partially responsible.
- Dropped A Bridge On Her: During the fight against Valentine, she becomes a victim of his new ability thanks to Love Tunnel. However, because of how fast it happens and how nobody really pays attention to it much after, lots of fans tend to forget this fact, likening it to a similar incident earlier on in which she was in danger, yet somehow escaped off screen.
- Enemy Mine: She double teams Valentine with the help of Diego Brando. Yes, really.
- Good Thing You Can Heal: Cream Starter really comes in handy when she or the main duo gets lacerated, mutilated, shot...
- Sweet Polly Oliver
Voiced by: Mitsuru Ogata (radio drama and All-Star Battle)
- Cool Old Guy
- Expy: Of the older Speedwagon from part 2.
- Gonk: It's the hair, which is cartoonishly simple compared to his otherwise realistic face, that makes him look so out of place.
- I Was Quite a Looker: An early chapter reveals he was more handsome in his youth.
- Lolicon: How his marriage to Lucy makes him look.
- Ugly Guy, Hot Wife: Due to his age it looks like this. It's not.
Sandman/Soundman (Stand: In a Silent Way)
Pocoloco (Stand: Hey Ya!)
Voiced by: Yasuhiko Kawazu
), Fumihiro Okabayashi (radio drama)
- Boring Invincible Hero: Arguably a Shadow Archetype for Gyro and Johnny. While all three seek to win the race, Pocoloco's absurd luck means the race has no personal meaning to him, and never grows as a person because of his complacent dependence on his power. So while he may have won the race and the money, it pales in comparison to Gyro and Johnny's struggles and personal growth, represented by their greater cause to stop Funny Valentine from obtaining the whole Corpse.
- Born Lucky: The effect of his Stand.
- Fan Nickname: His stand is sometimes called Buckethead due to the shape of its head.
- The Fool: The man's a dimwit, and yet he is blessed with crazy luck.
- Meaningful Name: The (non-canon) Jorge Joestar novel gives his full name as Pocoloco Tripleseven, emphasizing his ridiculous luck.
- Mistaken for Badass: Despite being a complete dolt, thanks to his amazing luck, he is commonly mistaken as a racing genius, who only looks like a moron, at first glance.
- Rags to Riches
Sugar Mountain (Stand: Name unknown)
- Elegant Gothic Lolita: She even quotes Lolita at one point.
- Honest Axe: Anytime something gets dropped into the spring, she is compelled to offer the actual object or something more extravagant. If you're honest, she'll give you both. Gyro figures out her game and drops rabbit ears into the spring, earning him and Johnny the corpse ears. The catch is that if you don't use all of the items you earned by sundown, your soul will be trapped in the tree by the spring.
- Older Than They Look: She's around 66, although she was trapped by the Tree for about 50 years.
- Bald of Awesome
- Cool Old Guy: Anyone who survives, let alone wins even a single stage in the Steel Ball Run at the age of 68 more than qualifies. It also helps that he has two navels.
- Foreshadowing: His two navels foreshadow the next arc.
- Red Herring: During the confrontation with the stand "In A Silent Way", Johnny(And by extension, the reader) presumed that he was the user. No less than three pages later, we find out it's actually Soundman.
- Depraved Bisexual: When she wakes up and finds that Lucy didn't come to have sex with her, she goes completely off her nut, pulls a gun out of nowhere and attacks her.
- They Really Do Love Each Other: Even though she's more than willing to cheat on her husband with another woman, she genuinely loves Valentine, and sees him as a kind and compassionate soul.
Funny Valentine (Stand: Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheapnote )
The President of the United States (of Valentine
...). The mastermind behind the Steel Ball Run; the race actually stops along the locations of the corpse pieces, which he intends to take for himself.
His Stand is Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap, which allows him to interact with alternate universes
- Animal Motif: Rabbit, as the Up the Real Rabbit Hole, white color scheme, ability to multiply himself to large numbers and upward pointed horns of his Stand implies,
- Anime Hair: How does his hair manage to stay that curly?
- Anti-Villain: Arguably the most sympathetic Big Bad so far, being driving by his Freudian Excuse to protect his country at all costs.
- Achey Scars: During his time as a soldier, he was tortured and left with scars resembling the Stars and Stripes on his back. He claims they usually ache, but stop doing so during the race, which he takes as a sign.
- Alternate Universe: Manages to actually weaponize dimensional hopping.
- Back from the Dead: One of D4C's abilities. He uses it a lot more often than one would expect.
- Badass: Valentine's clever use of his stand, and sheer determination that rivals even the main duo's make him a deadly adversary.
- Big Bad: Of Part 7, although at first, he's more sympathetic than most of the previous Big Bads.
- Big Beautiful Man: Even before he became a well-toned hunk, Valentine looked quite attractive, thanks to the nature of Araki's artstyle.
- Blond Guys Are Knight Templars
- Catchphrase: Dojya~~~n!
- Cloudcuckoolander: He demonstrates the best way to drink out of a can by piercing its bottom and drinking from there. He can also play the mandolin with his feet.
- Contrasting Sequel Big Bad: Takes Pucci's Knight Templar tendencies fueled with a Freudian Excuse to the extremes, to the point where he skews towards Anti-Villain territory. Also compared to most JoJo villains, Funny Valentine may be the most dignified and honorable of the lot, being a man of his word, always calm under pressure and wanting to do what's best for America, even if it has to be over the corpses of others. He is still no less ruthless and amoral than the other villains.
- Dangerously Genre Savvy: Knowing he's screwed since he has no way to counter Jonny's new Stand power, he calls forth someone who can deal with it while in the midst of universe traveling
- Family Theme Naming: The (non-canon) Jorge Joestar novel introduces two brothers of his named Funnier and The Funniest.
- Fat Bastard: At first, but at some point he gets a Fanservice Pack involving a rugged jaw and a chiseled body. He may have switched himself with a sexier version from an alternate universe.
- Freudian Excuse: His father died in battle for America's stability, leading him to do them.
- Four Is Death: the name of his stand is shortened to D4C.
- I Gave My Word: He promises Lucy Steel that he'll save the life of her husband, Stephen, and holds to it even after Stephen interferes with his plan. But even if he ensures Stephen doesn't die, he'll punish him with pain.
- Karma Houdini: Weaponized. When Valentine stands in the dimensional gap created by the Corpse, any attack against him will be reflected on somebody else in the world in the form of Karmic Death.
- Light Is Not Good: Not only is he a blonde and wearing white clothes, but his stand is also white in color.
- Man in White
- Me's a Crowd: At one point, Valentine along with two other alternate dimension copies attack Diego Brando. They lost.
- Mr. Fanservice
- Never the Selves Shall Meet: If more than one iteration of a person or object exist in the same universe, their presence will end up annihilating both. D4C's power protects Valentine himself from this effect, but he weaponizes it against others.
- Overly-Long Name: "Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap" is tied with "Killer Queen Bites the Dust" for the series' longest Stand name so far, which is likely the main reason it's generally called D4C.
- President Evil: Albeit, a more sympathetic one, especially since he's a Jojo Big Bad
- Quick Draw: How Valentine is finally defeated.
- The Rashomon: A side-effect of D4C's abilities.
- Superpower Lottery: Keeping with Jojo villain tradition, Valentine hit the jackpot.
- The Unfettered: No act is too amoral for Valentine, if it means certain glory for America.
- Took a Level in Jerkass: Becomes a lot more arrogant once he utilizes Lucy's Love Train effect and becomes virtually invincible, believing that he has been marked for greatness by the Holy Corpse.
- Up the Real Rabbit Hole: He constantly refers to his original world as the root world. Justified, since the root world is the only world where the Holy Corpse exists.
- Villainous Breakdown: Averted which is unusual for Jojo villain, especially a Big Bad who all go down screaming at their fate; in fact after being overwhelmed by Johnny's new power, he quickly re-composes himself by playing to his soft side in order to get a shot at him. And even when that failed, he made sure he'd had an ace by bringing alternate universe Diego Brando in order to get the Corpse
- Villain with Good Publicity: The public adores Funny Valentine. Our heroes, and their companions? Not so much.
- Well-Intentioned Extremist: Valentine's main motivation for obtaining the Corpse is patriotism, as he wants to use the Corpse's ultimate power for the sake of the United States. His main fear, as he explains to Johnny and Dio, is that the corpse falls into the hands of another country's leader.
- Jesus approved of him. Do we need to say more?.
Diego "Dio" Brando (Stand: Scary Monster/The World)
A genius racer from England. After his mother died due to terrible treatment while working in hellish Victorian England, he bitterly vowed to achieve the top place in society. After grabbing a hold of one of the Corpse's eyes
, he eventually gains Scary Monster as a Stand, which allows him to turn himself and others into dinosaurs. Funny Valentine eventually uses his Stand to summon another Diego from an alternate universe who has The World as a stand to fight his enemies
- The Ace: Everybody recognize him as a genius jockey.
- Alternate Universe: An alternate Diego is brought into play by Valentine as a backup if he died. This Diego doesn't have Scary Monster as a Stand, but he does have The World.
- Animorphism: After he fuses with one of the Turbo Eyes shortly before Dr. Ferdinand's death he gains the ability to change into a dinosaur at will, thus gaining his own stand. The Ability itself comes from Dr. Ferdinand's Stand "Scary Monsters", thus the derived name.
- Anti-Villain: Unlike the main universe one, Diego was portrayed as a sinister yet still tragic figure wanting to have his existence acknowledged. Alternate Diego, on the other hand, is closer to the original in personality.
- Badass: The second even more-so, because his tactics and use of the World leads to Johnny's defeat, something even Valentine couldn't accomplish.
- Blond Guys Are Evil: The image shown here is inaccurate. The trope is subverted in the end; it may be hard to call him a good guy, but his goals and actions eventually line up with the heroic side. However, it's played very straight with alternate Dio.
- The Bluebeard: Diego is rumored to have murdered his 83 year-old wife for the money.
- Brick Joke: How AU Diego is defeated by Lucy Steel.
- Brought to You by the Letter "S": AU!Diego's version of the World is pretty much the same (in appearance) as the original Dio's, but it has "D"s where the original The World had hearts, and seems to be slimmer (the original The World was as muscular as Star Platinum, maybe even more).
- Chick Magnet: Girls love him so much they jumped on him when he was still racing.
- Dangerously Genre Savvy: The AU Diego is even more careful than the original Dio in his tactics when dealing with Johnny. These involve not only his knives, but Razor Floss, setting him on fire with gasoline and finally using his own leg filled with Tusk Act 4 on Johnny to inflict his own infinite spinning on him. This is significant because unlike the original, he actually beats Johnny.
- Dragon Ascendant: The original was not Valentine's dragon, and in fact eventually opposed him, but the Alternate Universe Diego is this to Valentine.
- He's also this to Dr. Ferdinand, taking the latter's power for his own after his demise and using in far more inventive ways than the original user.
- Enemy Mine: He reluctantly teams up with Hot Pants to take down Valentine.
- Everything's Better with Dinosaurs: Has the power to invoke this by turning himself and others into dinosaurs.
- Evil Brit: While he is very unfettered in getting his way and implied to have done nasty things to get to where he is, he is far more humane and sympathetic than the original Dio.
- Expy: Of Dio Brando, albeit slightly less evil, and much more sympathetic. AU!Diego, however, is a much straighter example.. He also looked much like Giorno as a child.
- Grievous Harm with a Body: AU Diego whacks Johnny with his own leg. He also gets killed by Lucy Steel when he uses the head of the original Diego against him.
- Half the Man He Used to Be: How the original Diego dies, as he's cut off in half by a train.
- Heel-Face Turn: Was originally opposed to Gyro and Johnny, and had even team up with Valentine, then decides to go against Valentine
- It's All About Me: Even when he (technically) sides with the heroes, it's mostly so that he could have the Holy Corpse all to himself.
- Killed Off for Real: This is where his Alternate Universe counterpart comes into play.
- Let Them Die Happy: The original dies believing he defeated Valentine
- Nice Hat: Sports a stunningly fabulous one, with his name literally on it.
- Out-of-Character Moment: Long time Jojo fans might get a bit unnerved, when they see Dio Brando playfully joke around with a Joestar and a Zeppeli.
- Power Incontinence: At first, he doesn't have the greatest control over his dino shapeshifting.
- The Rival: Johnny's and Gyro's.
- Used to Be a Sweet Kid: While the Original Dio was an asshole since his birth Diego turned evil only because of his father.
- Walking Spoiler: Diego is brought back as a Dragon Ascendant for Funny Valentine, for the final battle in the series
- Your Head A Splode: How AU Diego meets his demise.
Don't let the name fool you. This character is actually a he
, and is always referred to as such.
Andre Boomboom (Stand: Tomb of the Boom 1)
- Bloody Murder: The point of his initial contact with Gyro and Johnny wasn't just to get fire to treat his lizard bite. It was also to get some of his blood on them for his Stand to start work with. His Stand, by the way, manipulates magnetism. Now, consider that blood contains iron...
L.A. Boomboom (Stand: Tomb of the Boom 2)
Benjamin Boomboom (Stand: Tomb of the Boom 3)
- Abusive Parents: You really have to feel bad for his sons. What with all the upbraiding he sends their way, especially to L.A....And then there's intentionally shooting through Andre's own wound to get more blood on the heroes, and not really paying attention when it's clear Andre's starting to succumb to the lizard venom...
Oyecomova (Stand: Listen to my Rhythm)
- Spam Attack: Have fun trying to disarm all those bombs before they go off...
- Sticky Bomb: Can create grenade pins with clock heads that can attach to anything and explode when pulled or let loose. And we mean anything.
- Western Terrorists: Oyecomova is one, trying to murder the king of Naples.
Fritz von Stroheim
Pork Pie Hat Kid (Stand: Wired)
Pork Pie Hat actually seems to be his first name, being referred as such a number of times.
- Expy: Of Pesci
- Extreme Omnivore: He likes the taste of ink, he wonders if his own teeth taste good...No wonder Wired's bound to his tongue.
- Funetik Aksent: He has a problem pronouncing Johnny's name.
- Gonk: Once he loses the pipes on his head...ugh...
- Western Terrorists: By now, it becomes clear to Gyro and Johnny that the terrorists are after one thing, the components of the Saint. Even if they have to kill to do it.
Dr. Ferdinand (Stand: Scary Monsters)
- The Beastmaster: Well, first he has to transform other beings into at least partial utahraptors, but once that's done...
- He can also turn them into other dinosaurs, such a a bear into a T-rex and mice into some Compsognathus.
- Berserk Button: More calm than most other instances, but doing anything that looks even a little disrespectful to the ground is one very fast way to get on his bad side.
- Bishōnen: To insane levels.
- Hoist by His Own Petard: Once Scary Monsters is disengaged, it turns out it was at the worst possible time for Ferdinand, because the two utahraptors nearest to him had originally been mountain lions. Unhappy mountain lions, at that. Cue one savage mauling.
- Insane Troll Logic: He seems to think that the dinosaurs died out because they disrespected the environment.
- Involuntary Shapeshifting: If Scary Monsters affects you, and you're not holding a piece of the Saint's corpse, you get to look forward to becoming part utahraptor.
- Western Terrorists
Ringo Roadagain (Stand: Mandom)
- Affably Evil: He's very polite, willing to let Gyro without any hidden agendas, and a very honest and honorable warrior.
- Badass Beard: His goatee is shaped like a skull. He's just that awesome.
- Blood Knight: Pretty obliquely, though. He intentionally gets those in his orchard bound into Mandom's effect so they grow desperate enough to kill him. He believes that if he engages in duels only with those who seek only his death, with no spite or the like involved, his spirit will be purified of uncertainty, and he'll grow ever more useful to humanity.
- Death Seeker: Seeks death to be purified of uncertainty to be useful to humanity.
- Go Out with a Smile
- "Groundhog Day" Loop: Only six seconds worth, and they have to be spaced out by at least a minute. But everyone gets to react to what they know will happen in those six seconds.
- The Gunslinger: Type D, the Quick Draw. Goes hand in hand with his power. By his being able to turn ambushes into a moot point, the only thing left you can do is go head to head with a man who can quite clearly out shoot you, nor flinch in the slightest, due to his Death Seeker tendencies.
- Honor Before Reason: Good news: He explains everything that could be a factor in a fight. He's purifying chance out of his duels.
- The Obi-Wan: Although he's an enemy, his duel and death trigger Gyro's Character Development arc.
- Rape as Drama: Well, almost raped by a vagrant murderer who'd already killed the rest of his family. "Almost" because of Mandom's power. Basically, the threat of rape was what awakened Mandom.
- Time Master: And, oddly for JoJo, he's not the main antagonist even though he has this sort of power.
Blackmore (Stand: Catch the Rainbow)
- Detachment Combat: He can detach his body parts. He mainly uses his mouth to bite and intimidate via speech.
- Hazardous Water: He can manipulate raindrops into platforms, blades, bandages, etc.
- Holier Than Thou: Once he sees a vision of Jesus in connection with the pieces of the Corpse, he gets really bad when it comes to confronting the heroes.
- White Mask of Doom: Although he creates it using his Stand, meaning it's Invisible to Normals.
The Eleven Riders (Stand: Tattoo You!)
Mike O. (Stand: Tubular Bells)
- The Beastmaster: An interesting sort, in that his breath transforms pieces of metal into balloon animals that act like their real-life counterparts.
- The Dragon: If only because he's the White House's head of security.
- Heart Is an Awesome Power: His stand turns nails into balloon animals. The things he can pull off with this border cringeworthy, at times.
- Monster Clown: Is dressed in a flamboyantly poofy and spikey outfit and wears face paint that make him look more like a court jester than the president's top bodyguard. It certainly fits his ability to create deadly balloon animals.
- Your Head A Splode: What happens when Hot Pants makes it impossible for Mike to properly exhale Tubular Bells.
Wekapipo (Stand: Wrecking Ball)
- Badass Normal: Wrecking Ball is just a variant of the Zeppeli Steel Ball, not a Stand per se.
- Cynicism Catalyst: The death of his sister triggers this. He gets better when it is revealed that Gyro's father is protecting her.
- Expy: He has a connection to Zeppeli/Gyro, knows some Hamon/Spin techniques, joins the heroes and is ultimately offed by Dio/Diego. Kinda like Dire. On the other hand, his backstory and the fact that he pulls a Heel-Face Turn after being misguided by his hatred also makes him comparable to Polnareff.
- Dropped a Bridge on Him
- Heel-Face Turn
Magenta Magenta (Stand: 20th Century Boy)
- And I Must Scream: His final confrontation with Diego and Wekapipo forces him to activate 20th Century Boy underwater. Far underwater. And 20th Century Boy's aegis extends to not letting him drown. Since no one can find him there, and deactivating his Stand will kill him, and it won't let him do that, he's now an underwater edition of Kars/Anubis.
- Eye Scream: Try to remember that what goes up must come down, next time!
- Nigh Invulnerable: If Magenta can get all four of his limbs on the ground and stay perfectly still, 20th Century Boy won't let anything touch him. If.
- No Celebrities Were Harmed: He appears to be based on Marc Bolan of T. Rex fame. His stand name supports this.
- Repetitive Name
Axl R. O. (Stand: Civil War)
- Shapeshifter Guilt Trip: Manifests and brings to life objects the victim feels guilt over. This includes the Stand owner, who can actually bring himself back to life if he's killed by someone who feels any form of guilt over his death
- Survivor Guilt: The basis of Civil War's power. Also Axl's backstory as a Civil War lookout who failed to warn a town of an incoming army.
- Thanatos Gambit: Willingly lets himself be killed to force his own personal guilt onto his foe. Ends up being Hoist by His Own Petard when Johnny uses his own Thanatos Gambit to return Axl's personal guilt back onto himself.
D-I-S-C-O (Stand: Chocolate Disco)