Le bizzarre avventure di GioGio: Vento Aureo Anime (JoJo P5) |OT| Sono cazzate, ma ci credo!

Calvarok

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that "think about who's truly worthy" moment was great, it really showed how highly diavolo thinks of himself, he truly sees himself as the center of the universe and believes everyone else is just refusing to admit it
 

Mariip

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that "think about who's truly worthy" moment was great, it really showed how highly diavolo thinks of himself, he truly sees himself as the center of the universe and believes everyone else is just refusing to admit it
Anime made him feel much smaller and pathetic, whoever is animating kc deserves a raise
 

Mariip

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Now, now, let’s see the real ending before looking for alternatives, we’all could name better parts to get alt ends :T
 

JadedWriter

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Dio ending is fun but who needs that shitty dad when you had world’s best mom?
Dio parody ending is logic breaking since the dude's been dead since like 1988 and he's a vampire in broad daylight. Even Togashi wouldn't be able to logically explain it.
"Dio how are you here?"
"Um...uh...oh my rubber nen."
 

Rutger

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Dio parody ending is logic breaking since the dude's been dead since like 1988 and he's a vampire in broad daylight. Even Togashi wouldn't be able to logically explain it.
"Dio how are you here?"
"Um...uh...oh my rubber nen."
Dio would also probably screw everything up if he did show up.

He doesn't make sure to see things through right away like his son does.
 

Rutger

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"Motherfucker is erasing time? Is this what stand users are doing now? Wait Enya bought the arrows from him?"
Dio's quite smug and would probably try to troll Diavolo.
That would be pretty bad for Dio. Diavolo would take advantage of those opening.

Dio would probably at some point gloat about how he can't be killed because he is a vampire, and then Diavolo just keeps skipping time until it's day.
 

JadedWriter

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That would be pretty bad for Dio. Diavolo would take advantage of those opening.

Dio would probably at some point gloat about how he can't be killed because he is a vampire, and then Diavolo just keeps skipping time until it's day.
I'm still not sure how Diavolo kills Dio. Only thing I can think of is King Crimson erasing time and immediately punching Dio and shattering his skull leaving him dazed long enough to decapitate him.
 

Rutger

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I'm still not sure how Diavolo kills Dio. Only thing I can think of is King Crimson erasing time and immediately punching Dio and shattering his skull leaving him dazed long enough to decapitate him.
I think it comes down to Diavolo being much less likely to play around, and having a better skillset.
Being able to see into the future is a major advantage, he would figure out Dio's ability pretty fast without even making a move, he might even find out about the vampire stuff with it. Diavolo will have an knowledge advantage long before Dio figures him out.

I feel the only way to stand a chance against Diavolo is to already know what he can do.
 

JadedWriter

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I think it comes down to Diavolo being much less likely to play around, and having a better skillset.
Being able to see into the future is a major advantage, he would figure out Dio's ability pretty fast without even making a move, he might even find out about the vampire stuff with it. Diavolo will have an knowledge advantage long before Dio figures him out.

I feel the only way to stand a chance against Diavolo is to already know what he can do.
I guess. Diavolo and KC is one of the more busted villain sets in the franchise.
 

Bard

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I think it comes down to Diavolo being much less likely to play around, and having a better skillset.
Being able to see into the future is a major advantage, he would figure out Dio's ability pretty fast without even making a move, he might even find out about the vampire stuff with it. Diavolo will have an knowledge advantage long before Dio figures him out.

I feel the only way to stand a chance against Diavolo is to already know what he can do.
Not this shit again.
 

Gold Arsene

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Oct 27, 2017
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It pisses me off that the games give almost no interactions between Giorno and Jonathan compared to DIO.


He's half his dad too he deserves something.
 

Gold Arsene

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Mariip

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How is Jotaro/Kakyoin the most popular ship when we got stuff like this?
Jotaro and Kakyoin got a doujinshi by CLAMP, the real OTP in all Jojo did not.

Narancia has the highest kill count for the Bruno gang right ?
I think giorno is the lead on that, but bruno got 3 dudes i think, narancia only got a 4th because he was forced to

... DAMMIT MISTA

Narancia is probably the lead on solo kills though.
 

Bard

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Well if you count the times Mista would have killed himself he clearly has the edge there against everybody else.
 

Zocano

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While obviously not the same, I feel like Part 5 is a much more refined Part 3 as far as a “chase” monster of the week formula. I’m not a huge fan of it and always preferred smaller scope, cast, and stronger serializing, but I’ve enjoyed Part 5 in ways I enjoyed Part 3 without having its failings. The stand fights are more creative and while I still feel the cast is larger than it needs to be/should be, I like the interactions more here than Part 3. I just see a lot of parallels between the two parts and realized Part 5 was just a better Part 3 to me.

As fun as DIO is, I’ll never really untie my disappointment of how he was handled in Part 3 from the rest of that part either.