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* In the anime adaption, the infamous "7 Page Muda" consists of seven shots.



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*How fitting it is that Polnareff who not only will run into the BigBad at stairs, but at the same he meets God aka Dio in Italian who is standing at the top while meeting the Devil aka Diavolo in Italian standing at the bottom of the stairs.


*** And of course, the wind the blows in front of him is supposed to be the [[TitleDrop Golden Wind]] that carries him to the afterlife.

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*** And of course, the wind the that blows in front of him is supposed to be the [[TitleDrop Golden Wind]] that carries him to the afterlife.

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*** And of course, the wind the blows in front of him is supposed to be the [[TitleDrop Golden Wind]] that carries him to the afterlife.



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* Mista's bullets tend to hit him because he's sure that they'll hit ''someone''. In other words, when Mista misses his target, he pays for it.

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* The abilities and powers of King Crimson are based off two songs from Music/{{King Crimson}}, namely, In The Court Of The Crimson King, and Epitaph. The first two lines of of Epitaph are "The wall on which the prophets wrote, is cracking at the seams". Guess how King Crimson's ability starts? By ''cracking open all the walls, floors and ceilings around it.''


* How did Carne ever develop his stand? He can only summon it if he is killed off, so how did anyone ever discover his power? Why, is possible The Boss himself discovered it. He was possibly going to kill him but Epitaph warned him of Notorious B.I.G, so he changed his mind and turned him into a member of his elite squad.


** As the [[SmallRoleBigImpact one that unknowing started]] this chain of events and predicted the protagonist deaths, Rolling Stone is revealed to be the ball at the very bottom.

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** As the [[SmallRoleBigImpact one that unknowing started]] this chain of events and predicted the protagonist deaths, Rolling Stone is revealed to be the ball at the very bottom. It is also the rock behind the statue in the opening seconds of Fighting Gold.

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** Also in the verse previous when the characters change from detailed drawings to colored shapes, the bodies of the surviving characters turn dark colors, while the bodies of the characters who die turn black.

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** As the [[SmallRoleBigImpact one that unknowing started]] this chain of events and predicted the protagonist deaths, Rolling Stone is revealed to be the ball at the very bottom.

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* Considering the themes of fate in this part, how King Crimson can "lock" someone's action in erased time and thus sealing their fate, it's rather appropriate that in the second opening, the lyric that says "hell no!" is accompanied by a shot of the requiem arrow (and later, Golden Experience Requiem). Both of them are key to countering King Crimson's ability, and thus undoing fate.

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** The song has some lyrics that have some pretty fitting words for this part:
---> They have no mission, they have no ''passion''
---> But they dare to tell us what's bad and what's good
---> ''Stand'' up, join us, modern crusaders alive


* Narancia's backstory involves his mother Mela dying from an eye disease and his father abandoning him. The anime shows that his relationship with his father was already tenuous, he was greatly distant even when his wife was on her death bed, and he refused to answer Narancia's questions about her eye disease before leaving him. When Narancia is later hit in the eye by his interrogators and thrown into juvenile hall without treatment, his eye is similarly infected and he begins to believe he inherited the disease. It's heavily implied that Mela didn't have an "eye disease", and instead died from an infection [[DomesticAbuse after being abused by her husband]].

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* Narancia's backstory involves his mother Mela dying from an eye disease and his father abandoning him. The anime shows that his relationship with his father was already tenuous, he was greatly distant even when his wife was on her death bed, and he refused to answer Narancia's questions about her eye disease before leaving him. When Narancia is later hit in the eye by his interrogators and thrown into juvenile hall without treatment, his eye is similarly infected and he begins to believe he inherited the disease. It's heavily implied that Mela didn't have an "eye disease", and instead died from an infection [[DomesticAbuse after being abused by her husband]].husband]].
* Fugo had mentioned that he would opt to investigate on Leaky Eyed Luca's disappearance instead of Bruno. Even though Bruno ultimately did the deed that led to the events of Vento Aureo, imagine how screwed Giorno would be if he got attacked by a virus stand when he did. Giorno wouldn't have survived, and it's likely the gang would still be still operating obediently under Diavolo.


* King Crimson's abilities at a glance seem like a massive screw you to the usual theme of the unchangeability of fate that is recurrent in the series. But Gold Experience Requiem's little speech shows how things actually are: King Crimson doesn't see fate, it just sees the actions those around him will perform, and then "locks them" in place when he erases time. Which is why GER works, by reverting those actions to zero, thereby making them not happen. Perhaps, if Giorno's fate were to die at Diavolo's hands (for example: if a Rolling Stone had predicted his death), presumably not even GER could have saved him. The only person who managed to screw fate was Buccellati, by virtue of still going on for a while after his fated death happened. Although perhaps that leads to another fridge brilliance moment in itself, since Pucci in Part 6 states that even someone changing one's fate might be predetermined.

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* King Crimson's abilities at a glance seem like a massive screw you to the usual theme of the unchangeability of fate that is recurrent in the series. But Gold Experience Requiem's little speech shows how things actually are: King Crimson doesn't see fate, it just sees the actions those around him will perform, and then "locks them" in place when he erases time. Which is why GER works, by reverting those actions to zero, thereby making them not happen. Perhaps, if Giorno's fate were to die at Diavolo's hands (for example: if a Rolling Stone had predicted his death), presumably not even GER could have saved him. The only person who managed to screw fate was Buccellati, by virtue of still going on for a while after his fated death happened. Although perhaps that leads to another fridge brilliance moment in itself, since Scolippi thinks that Buccellati might have been chosen by destiny to fulfill a greater purpose, and Pucci in Part 6 states that even someone one changing one's fate might be predetermined.predestined.


* King Crimson's abilities at a glance seem like a massive screw you to the usual theme of the unchangeability of fate that is recurrent in the series. But Gold Experience Requiem's little speech shows how things actually are: King Crimson doesn't see fate, it just sees the actions those around him will perform, and then "locks them" in place when he erases time. Which is why GER works, by reverting those actions to zero, thereby making them not happen. Perhaps, if Giorno's fate were to die at Diavolo's hands (for example: if a Rolling Stone had predicted his death), presumably not even GER could have saved him. The only person who managed to screw fate was Buccellati, by virtue of still going on for a while after his fated death happened.

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* King Crimson's abilities at a glance seem like a massive screw you to the usual theme of the unchangeability of fate that is recurrent in the series. But Gold Experience Requiem's little speech shows how things actually are: King Crimson doesn't see fate, it just sees the actions those around him will perform, and then "locks them" in place when he erases time. Which is why GER works, by reverting those actions to zero, thereby making them not happen. Perhaps, if Giorno's fate were to die at Diavolo's hands (for example: if a Rolling Stone had predicted his death), presumably not even GER could have saved him. The only person who managed to screw fate was Buccellati, by virtue of still going on for a while after his fated death happened. Although perhaps that leads to another fridge brilliance moment in itself, since Pucci in Part 6 states that even someone changing one's fate might be predetermined.

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