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** Looking at Diavolo's mental dialogue with Doppio, it seems like he just assumed Risotto's ability was invisibility and didn't look very far into it.


*** Adding to that, perhaps the Stand chooses those that actually ''need'' one. Diavolo didn't need a Stand since he had no reason to other than to "get stronger", while both Giorno and Kira were in dire situations.

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*** Adding to that, perhaps the Stand arrow chooses those that actually ''need'' one. Diavolo didn't need a Stand since he had no reason to other than to "get stronger", while both Giorno and Kira were in dire situations.

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*** Adding to that, perhaps the Stand chooses those that actually ''need'' one. Diavolo didn't need a Stand since he had no reason to other than to "get stronger", while both Giorno and Kira were in dire situations.

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** This is conjecture, but perhaps the arm is Joseph’s? I imagine the Speedwagon Foundation improved on the cyborg tech they got from the Germans back in Part 2. Considering those things had amazing dexterity and fine motor control for a prosthetic (to the point where nobody seems aware that Joseph’s left arm is a prosthetic until he shows it), further development wouldn’t be needed on improving functionality, so much as making them more commercially desirable. One of those upgrades would probably be a type of shell or outer material to allow the prosthetic to pass for a real limb, at least in casual. This would explain how Kakyoin can still see despite having his eyes sliced open by Geb, and Polnareff somehow recovering his fingers, arm, and parts of his leg. The arm may have been a prosthetic that Polnareff got from the SPW before having to go underground to avoid Diavolo, whereas the more crude leg prosthetics were local prosthetics Polnareff had to scavenge on his own

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Peeling a banana is different then say, smacking a frog with a shovel.

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* If damage done to life created by Gold Experience is reflected to the deliverer, shouldn't Polpo have started peeling away his own flesh when he peeled the gun – er – banana?

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** I have a theory; a Requiem Stand can only be formed if the user has changed significantly since obtaining their Stand. At the time, Giorno hadn’t. That also explains why Diavolo couldn’t create King Crimson Requiem when he pierced his own Stand; he didn’t change, he didn’t grow.

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** Cioccolata said that Notorious B.I.G was 'powered by grudges' similar to Ebony Devil from Part 3. Likely, Carne assumed that if he died he would have a massive grudge against Bruno's gang, therefore his Stand might even be able to survive his death. After all, what grudge is bigger than the one you hold against your own murderer?

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** Chariot Requiem also supercharged all Stands used by anyone nearby, so it's possible that the upgraded Gold Experience was able to pull a complete resurrection of the body rather than a partial one. He also immediately healed the body after it was injured, unlike when Bruno had a few minutes to bleed out and 'die', carrying himself solely by his own willpower by the point Giorno healed him. His body was already dead at that point, while Giorno's body had just taken fatal wounds, but had yet to technically 'die' in a medical sense. The wounds made Narancia's soul pass on, but Giorno was able to heal the body just in time.

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*** Diavolo probably would just TeleportSpam his way to Cioccolata, using King Crimson to negate any spores affecting his body. It's a bad case of BondVillainStupidity. But then again Diavolo has been playing that trope since his first appearance in the story.

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* We have already seen with Doppio that, if Silver Chariot Requiem switches your soul into some other body, and that body is dead/dying, you just die instead. Polnareff was able to live, despite having been almost killed, because his soul was switched into the turtle's body before he died completely. In that case, how did the turtle survive in the end? Its soul should have died after entering Polnareff's body, or shortly after. And then, after Requiem is destroyed, there should have been no soul to return to the turtle's body. We see instead that Polnareff's soul clings into the key room, meaning the turtle's stand is still active, meaning the turtle is alive somehow. Maybe the souls of animals linger around for longer?

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* In Part 3, Polnareff lost several body parts to Vanilla Ice (fingers, and parts of his leg). But in the flashback where he fights Diavolo, he's shown to have them intact. Diavolo then mutilates him by cutting off both his legs and an arm, but somehow he has the arm again, but had to get prosthetic legs?

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** If they decided to attack Doppio, I'm pretty sure Diavolo would come out and put a stop to them because he knows what powers they have.

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