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Is Joseph immortal?
no. This is because his body breathes in hamon by muscle memory.
Why isn’t Joseph Joestar a vampire?
Because he ran away from vampire. 1- Vanilla ice died so when he received Dio blood he became a vampyre. 2- The blood on the transfusion was Joseph’s blood, so he didn’t really take Dio’s, he just received his blood back.
Why does Joseph have a weak stand?
It was to prevent him from stealing the show too much. He would be broken if he had a good fighting stand AND Hamon powers.
Does Joseph have the weakest stand?
Joseph’s stand is combat weak but extremely powerful for support purposes. It can remote view, it can generate maps of his current surroundings with position markers that update in real time, and he can generally Spider-Man with it. You may like this How do you write a surprise ending?
Why is Dio’s left weak?
The leg Star Platinum punched was on his left side too. That’s why his body crumbled from the left side upwards. When DIO stole Jonathan’s body, his left side was weaker due to Jonathan’s body not being a vampire.
Why didn’t Dio use his vampire powers?
Why didn’t Dio use his other vampire abilities during the final fight of Part 3? DIO believes Stands are a power far greater than what the Vampirism can give him, essentially judging them useless… He doesn’t uses them out of sheer arrogance and overconfidence.
Did Dio lose his vampire powers?
In the 25th anniversary project “VS JOJO”, Nisioisin (of monogatari fame)’s novel, which is a series of excerpts from Dio’s diary, mentions that Dio is not capable of using his vampiric powers fully because his body is still largely Jonathan’s and not strong enough, thus the need to complete the transformation.
Can a stand kill its user?
Since a Stand is the form of its User’s psyche, they share an intimate psychic bond. In both cases, a Stand can accidentally work against its user’s interests through their unsupervised power. However, specifically in the second case, a Stand can go out of control and slowly kill its User like a disease.