JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure has a host of colorful characters and stalls.
The Stands arise from his subconscious after exposure to a Stand Arrow. Some mounts are for combat only, like Star Platinum and Silver Chariot, while others like Shining Diamond and ECHOES are more versatile.
The more versatile attract more interest and have been hotly debated among JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure Fans.
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Ten Versatile Stands in JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure
10) Luxury Love
Yukako Yamagishi’s stand, presented in JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: The Diamond Is Unbreakable, is an incorporeal support that weaponizes her hair. It can shrink to the size of a tongue and grow to the size of a two to three story house. It can also possess people when cast on them.
Considering its use is mostly in battle, with people in possession on the side, and only used when Koichi is being chased by Yukako (and later in the Cinderella Lounge), it comes in at the bottom of the list. because of its lack of usefulness.
The light novel The book: 4th another day expands his role by helping Koichi track down a killer and covers an entire hair class.
9) Purple Hermit
Hermit Purple by Joesph Joestar, first seen in JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: Stardust Crusaders, tends to be underestimated due to its low combat ability. In truth, it’s versatile in other ways.
Her abilities are divination by allowing Joesph to see snapshots of the future, uses Hamon, can hold people, and her vines act as ropes.
It is lower because of the craziness of all the other stalls on the list.
He was able to save a Stand using Baby and burn a Parasite Stand on Joesph’s arm.
8) Killer Queen/Deadly Queen
Yoshikage Kira is a serial killer and the main villain of The diamond is unbreakable. Her stand, Killer Queen, beats The World for deadliest and most vicious of villain stands.
Befitting Kira’s nature as a serial killer, he’s deadly with his arsenal of bomb-related abilities. He can transmute anything he touches into a bomb that silently explodes, killing several women, including Aya Tsuji and Shigechi.
He can detach an R/C bomb that is invincible and only explodes on impact with human flesh, which chases Jotaro and Koichi almost endlessly. He also has the mind-boggling ability to trap someone in a time loop, which Kira tortures Hayato Kawajiri with before being beaten.
It also has a pretty good short range ability, but is outclassed by other mounts like Star Platinum and Crazy/Shining Diamond. When we know that they are in competition with stands like King Crimson or Golden Wind? No wonder they’re here.
7) Aerosmith/Lil’ Bomber
Narancia Airplane Rack JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: Golden Wind is convenient. It can fly and shoot long range and has radar that can find people via carbon dioxide emissions.
It has proven invaluable many times throughout golden windincluding for Narancia’s own defense and to seek out enemies.
It’s a small plane but it packs a huge punch and has better range than most of the other mounts on this list. It’s combat-focused again, which is why it’s even superior to Kira’s.
They managed to kill Squalo and Tiziano (who were torturing Narancia) and accidentally kill Risotto. They also killed Formaggio when they first appeared.
6) Crimson King
One of the most difficult stands due to its advanced divination, King Crimson is the stand of mob boss Diavolo from Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure: Golden Wind. He’s the final boss of this part of the anime and he’s responsible for most of the main cast’s deaths, for good reason.
It’s not only a solid and fast melee stand, seeming able to keep up with The World and Star Platinum, but it also has the ability to erase time for ten seconds. He can also predict the attacks or at least the end result of the visions the epitaph has.
Weakness ? The range and the user. For all Diavolo’s brutality, even he can’t do much beyond the effective range of 2-3 meters, and he only uses it for combat. So long-range mounts and users can theoretically take it out.
No wonder he went after Naracia first.
5) Sticky Fingers/Zipper Man
Sticky Fingers/Zipper Man by Bruno Bucciarati golden wind has a very unusual ability even among JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure stalls. He can create zippers on any surface and remotely open and close them at will.
With it, he can multiple enemies to pieces, sever his own body, create portals, and heal severed hands with it.
It’s a versatile holder with the ability to move anywhere it can open a zipper. It can also hold objects and hide inside zippers. He killed several of Diavolo’s men and blocked King Crimson’s arm when he impaled him through the chest.
4) Brilliant Diamond/Crazy Diamond
Crazy/Shining Diamond by Josuke Higashikata in JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure The diamond is unbreakable is another short-range stand, but with more unique abilities. He’s super strong and fast, with estimates of around 190 mph on strikes, and can catch bullets and fire rifle bullets from his fingertips 50 to 70 yards with precision (that’s 164 to 229 feet).
Its uniqueness comes from the ability to restore and rearrange objects. In other words, it’s a healing booth.
He can repair damage, heal wounds, break things down into raw components, merge objects and people (serial killer Angelo to a rock), and find or restore a severed hand. It cannot heal the user, cure disease, or restore the dead to life.
It also has that same 2 meter range issue, but its user’s intelligence makes up for the short range. He disassembled a motorcycle and reassembled it in the air, fired bullets with precision from long range, and healed or repaired more people than most.
ECHOES is the stand of deuteragonist Koichi Hirose in JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure Diamond is unbreakable. This is a unique stand as it evolves from an egg to a worm to a full humanoid.
It speaks beyond single-word sentences. ACT 1 amplifies words and sounds, making them resonate so loudly they are likely to shatter eardrums. ACT 2 triggers sound effects like wind, elasticity and explosions. ACT 3 multiplies a target’s weight to 50 kg (or 110 pounds) times normal weight.
It is arguably one of the most versatile mediums out there. It is in the top 3 for this reason, only beaten by Stone Free/Stone Ocean and Gold Experience/Golden Wind.
2)Ocean stone/no stone
Anime newcomer and daughter of Jotaro Kujo, Jolyne Kujo from JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: Ocean of Stone is number two with Stone Free. Her primary ability is rope compaction and coiling, allowing Jolyne to untangle her own body into ropes to freely manipulate and deflect bullets. It’s just an ability, though.
She can listen to distant conversations through vibrations and conversations, pickpockets, create nets to capture enemies, tie up people, sew wounds, detect movement, portraits and transports to swing from place to place. the other.
The rope may break, but Jolyne can move and rewind faster. It also has a good range.
If it wasn’t for the latter being such a good and ultimately divine healer, she would be number one.
1) Golden Wind/Experience/Requiem
Giorno Giovana, head of JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: Golden Wind, probably has the best healing stand in the entire franchise. Gold Experience uses life energy to create things.
He can turn luggage into vines, flowers, frogs. It can increase a living target’s thought processes, making the mind faster than the body.
It can also accelerate aging and create inert cubed body parts while replacing already damaged flesh. He can also temporarily reanimate corpses, as the deceased person has no heartbeat or the ability to feel pain.
It can also sense life energy. He checks if anyone is alive or sees how many souls are in a ship and tracks people with pins.
Then there’s Requiem. In the interest of keeping it extremely simple, it can negate King Crimson’s abilities and their effects. It’s Cancel as a stand power. Slain targets die again and again in increasingly gruesome ways, as Diavolo learned the hard way.
It really is the most versatile medium in JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure.
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