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* JuggleFu: Happens at the beginning of the fight between Secco and Bucciarati. Secco throws his camera in the air, proceeds to pummel Bucciarati for long enough to make him realize his techniques and force him to flee before catching the camera.


* {{Unperson}}: The Boss intentionally pulled this on himself due to having a near pyschopathic obsession with his own anonymity. No one in Passione (and likely the entire world) knows his name or what he looks like due to his systematic erasure of anything that could lead back to him or his identity, and he only gives orders through a complex series of proxies and go-betweens that he is not above killing to preserve said anonymity if it is required.

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* {{Unperson}}: The Boss intentionally pulled this on himself due to having a near pyschopathic psychopathic obsession with his own anonymity. No one in Passione (and likely the entire world) knows his name or what he looks like due to his systematic erasure of anything that could lead back to him or his identity, and he only gives orders through a complex series of proxies and go-betweens that he is not above killing to preserve said anonymity if it is required.


The events of the story were adapted by Creator/{{Capcom}} into a 2002 beat-'em-up for the [=PS2=] titled ''[=GioGio=]'s Bizarre Adventure''[[note]]more literally titled "[=GioGio=]'s Bizarre Adventure: Golden Whirlwind''[[/note]], which was never released outside of Japan, likely due to copyright issues and the obscurity of the series in global markets at the time. In October of 2018, [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-M8ncaolysg a fan-translation patch into English was released for the game]]. Giorno and all members of Bruno's gang (barring Abbacchio) have been consistent fighters in the Cyber Connect fighting games, ''VideoGame/JojosBizarreAdventureAllStarBattle'' and ''VideoGame/JoJosBizarreAdventureEyesOfHeaven''

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The events of the story were adapted by Creator/{{Capcom}} into a 2002 beat-'em-up for the [=PS2=] titled ''[=GioGio=]'s Bizarre Adventure''[[note]]more literally titled "[=GioGio=]'s ''[=GioGio=]'s Bizarre Adventure: Golden Whirlwind''[[/note]], which was never released outside of Japan, likely due to copyright issues and the obscurity of the series in global markets at the time. In October of 2018, [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-M8ncaolysg a fan-translation patch into English was released for the game]]. Giorno and all members of Bruno's gang (barring Abbacchio) have been consistent fighters in the Cyber Connect fighting games, ''VideoGame/JojosBizarreAdventureAllStarBattle'' and ''VideoGame/JoJosBizarreAdventureEyesOfHeaven''

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* NoOneSeesTheBoss: Apart from being full of Stand users, the gang Passione is unique by how secretive its Boss is. The Boss never directly interacts with his subordinates, sending proxies, using computers and leaving messages behind for his subordinates to read and obey, but otherwise no one knows what the Boss looks like. It's a very deliberate attempt from Diavolo's part to make himself be seen more as a concept or an omnipotent being rather than a man who could be killed. It worked rather well, until word of his daughter came out.

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** Early in the anime Fugo mentions that Mista damaged the car. During the "Sleeping Slaves arc" (at the end of Part 5) we see how that happened.


** This comes to a head at the Purple Haze Distortion epilogue, where Mista almost pulls his gun on Giorno for hiding that fact from him; it takes Giorno's explanation that this was what Bruno wanted so as to not harm the team's resolve.

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** This comes to a head at the Purple Haze Distortion epilogue, where Mista almost pulls his gun on Giorno for hiding that fact from him; it takes Giorno's explanation that (that this was what Bruno wanted so as to not harm the team's resolve.resolve) to get him to calm down.

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** This comes to a head at the Purple Haze Distortion epilogue, where Mista almost pulls his gun on Giorno for hiding that fact from him; it takes Giorno's explanation that this was what Bruno wanted so as to not harm the team's resolve.


* CreatorProvincialism: A few characters are seen bowing in gratitude, Mista mentions the RedStringOfFate and is superstitious about the [[FourIsDeath number four being unlucky]] even though the story is set in Italy. Likewise, the attitudes of the main character's towards [[DrugsAreBad drugs]] reflect the point of view of the Yakuza has over them rather than the Italian mafia.

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* CreatorProvincialism: A few characters are seen bowing in gratitude, Mista mentions the RedStringOfFate and is superstitious about the [[FourIsDeath number four being unlucky]] even though unlucky]]. These are all drawn from Japanese culture despite the story is set in Italy. story's Italian setting. Likewise, the attitudes of the main character's characters towards [[DrugsAreBad drugs]] reflect the point are more characteristic of view of the Yakuza has over them rather yakuza than the of Italian mafia.mafiosi.

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** Mista has a deep fear of the number four, associating it with misfortune. [[spoiler: Bruno dying at the hands of The Boss and then rebelling against him]] takes place on the fourth day Giorno joins the team.


* CreatorProvincialism: A few characters are seen bowing in gratitude, Mista mentions the RedStringOfFate and is superstitious about the [[FourIsDeath number four being unlucky]] even though the story is set in Italy. Likewise, the attitudes of the main character's attitude towards [[DrugsAreBad drugs]] reflect the point of view of the Yakuza has over them rather than the Italian mafia.

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* CreatorProvincialism: A few characters are seen bowing in gratitude, Mista mentions the RedStringOfFate and is superstitious about the [[FourIsDeath number four being unlucky]] even though the story is set in Italy. Likewise, the attitudes of the main character's attitude towards [[DrugsAreBad drugs]] reflect the point of view of the Yakuza has over them rather than the Italian mafia.


* CreatorProvincialism: A few characters are seen bowing in gratitude, Mista mentions the RedStringOfFate and is superstitious about the [[FourIsDeath number four being unlucky]] even though the story is set in Italy.

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* CreatorProvincialism: A few characters are seen bowing in gratitude, Mista mentions the RedStringOfFate and is superstitious about the [[FourIsDeath number four being unlucky]] even though the story is set in Italy. Likewise, the attitudes of the main character's attitude towards [[DrugsAreBad drugs]] reflect the point of view of the Yakuza has over them rather than the Italian mafia.


On June 21st, 2018, an anime adaptation by Creator/DavidProduction was announced, about 2 years after the same studio finished airing ''Diamond is Unbreakable''. The first episode premiered in Japan on July 5th, 2018. Following that, the entire 39-episode anime started airing in Japan on October 5 2018 until July 28th 2019, with a simulcast on Crunchyroll.

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On June 21st, 2018, an anime adaptation by Creator/DavidProduction was announced, about 2 years after the same studio finished airing ''Diamond is Unbreakable''. The first episode premiered in Japan on July 5th, 2018. Following that, the entire 39-episode anime started airing aired in Japan on from October 5 5, 2018 until til July 28th 28, 2019, with a simulcast on Crunchyroll.


* ExtremelyShortTimespan: While most ''JoJo'' parts take place over the span of months, ''Vento Aureo'' takes place over the course of a scant ''8 days'', from the moment Giorno steals Koichi's luggage to the very end. Yes, this is the amount of time Giorno goes from being a complete newbie to Passione to [[spoiler:becoming the boss]].

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* ExtremelyShortTimespan: While most ''JoJo'' ''[=JoJo=]'' parts take place over the span of months, ''Vento Aureo'' takes place over the course of a scant ''8 days'', from the moment Giorno steals Koichi's luggage to the very end. Yes, this is the amount of time Giorno goes from being a complete newbie to Passione to [[spoiler:becoming the boss]].


* ExtremelyShortTimespan: The entire plot, from the moment Giorno steals Koichi's luggage to the very end, takes place over the course of 5 to 6 days. Yes, this is the amount of time Giorno goes from being a complete newbie to Passione to [[spoiler:becoming the boss]].

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* ExtremelyShortTimespan: The entire plot, While most ''JoJo'' parts take place over the span of months, ''Vento Aureo'' takes place over the course of a scant ''8 days'', from the moment Giorno steals Koichi's luggage to the very end, takes place over the course of 5 to 6 days.end. Yes, this is the amount of time Giorno goes from being a complete newbie to Passione to [[spoiler:becoming the boss]].

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*** In addition, a silhouette of [[spoiler: Bruno carved out of Rolling Stones]] can be seen in the background of the opening shot.

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