JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure Updates: JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure series has spawned a slew of iconic characters. Characters who are well-known, though, are often overshadowed by those who are almost forgotten.
A handful of characters are seldom (if ever) debated among JoJo fans, whether they have a minor role in the story or simply fail to make an impression.
JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: Let’s have a look at the Characters
Roses would ferry her around the city, allowing her to communicate with Joseph Joestar on his “trip” to Egypt. While he may not have appeared to be significant, the man played a crucial role in the Hamon user’s marriage to his wife.
Straizo, along with the fearless Jonathan Joestar, was one of the Hamon users who faced Dio in Phantom Blood. Brando’s vampiric stone mask fascinated him rather than repulsed him, and he would finally wear it himself.
Straizo tried to proactively kill Joseph in order to prevent him from developing his Hamon and posing a serious threat in his newly adopted condition.
After Part 2, Luca was one of the few villains in the JoJo universe without a Stand. Even if his appearance in the story would be brief, this made him a particularly peculiar and enigmatic threat.
Giorno would unconsciously attract the attention of Bruno Bucciarati by assassinating him, resulting in a showdown on a public transportation system. This would be the start of their collaboration, as well as Giovanna’s first big step in bringing Diavolo down.
Polnareff had been wounded and reduced to a child during his treacherous encounter with Alessi. He was scared and hobbling down the street when he was spotted by Malena, a kind young lady who took him in and attempted to treat his wounds.
Annie was a little child who joined Jotaro’s group for a short time. She would first disguise herself as a child and stow away on a ship, where she would witness Imposter Captain Tennille’s treachery and Kujo’s valiant battle against him.
Annee was quickly placed on a plane bound for safer pastures after realizing she couldn’t stay with them because she would only be a liability. Another example of the Crusaders’ obligation when it came to innocent people caught in the crossfire of their war.
JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure 6. Ryohei Higashikata
Josuke’s grandfather was Ryohei Higashikata. He filled the role of proximity “dad” that the young man lacked due to Joseph Joestar’s abandonment.
Unfortunately, he was killed by Anjuro, one of the first Stand users Josuke had ever seen, early in the series. For the rest of the story, Higashikata would use quick and ruthless justice against his assassin, but he would rarely brood (or even consider) Ryohei’s death. As a result, he remains a plot device to perplex Josuke about the nature of Stands.
7. Wilson Phillips
Wilson Phillips was a powerful senator who had the misfortune of being caught up in DIO’s pursuit of the Crusaders. Phillips was forced to serve as a makeshift chauffeur after DIO ordered him to follow their journey.
While Philips was initially outraged by DIO’s mistreatment and threatened him with dozens of empty threats, he quickly realized that the vampire was impenetrable to anything his connections might throw at him. Phillips would be slain by the Stand user the moment he ceased to be helpful because of his insolence.
JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure 8. Donovan
Donovan was Stroheim’s servant and a Nazi Germany-aligned assassin. He was sent to deal with Joseph Joestar as he approached the facility where Stroheim was being held, in the hopes of dispatching the threat before it became a problem for his masters.
Joestar’s Hamon, on the other hand, utterly outclassed everything in his arsenal, and he was thoroughly humiliated in their fight.
9. Donatella Una
Donatella Una was Trish’s mum and Diavolo’s temporary love interest. She had fallen in love with the guy because of his unassuming and playful attitude, but she had no idea that he was harboring a demon.
As a result, in order to keep his identity hidden, her daughter would be pursued by her own father. Bucciarati and his allies were shocked and appalled by this fact, and they rescinded their offer to return Trish to his clutches. It was also the first time Giovanna’s team had publicly defied their boss’s wishes.
The Pillar Men are almost always thought of as a trio, but this isn’t entirely true. Their fourth member was introduced first, but he was quickly forgotten due to his minor role in the plot.
Santana’s ability to fold himself and enter the bodies of his opponents, despite being the weakest of his brethren, is nothing short of terrifying. With it, he was able to dispatch dozens of experienced Nazi troops, cripple Stroheim, and would have killed Joseph if it weren’t for his ability to adapt to any situation.
Given the ancient being’s unique abilities, it’s unfortunate that he’s rarely mentioned when his relatives are discussed.
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