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JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: 10 Things You Didn't Know About Jolyne Cujoh
Hirohiko Araki’s JoJo’s Bizarre Adventureis a wildly creative series that’s persevered and evolved in remarkable ways since its debut all the way back in 1987. It’s incredible how Araki and JoJo’s style have evolved and become more confident as they’ve embraced different staples of storytelling and not been afraid to change ideas or even completely reset the slate radically.
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The sixth major JoJo saga is Stone Ocean, and it’s an important change of pace since it marks the series’ first female protagonist with Jolyne Cujoh. Jolyne certainly has a lot in common with the other Joestars that have become before her, but she’s an exciting addition to the canon that’s led quite the full life.
10 She’s Jotaro Kujo’s 19-Year-Old Daughter
One factor that’s helped keep JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure so fresh after all of these years is how the series shifts through different protagonists as it tells a gigantic story that spans multiple generations.
Jolyne Cujoh is an important lead to the series that’s the teenage daughter ofJotaro Kujo, the lead from Stardust Crusaders. JoJo has previously explored teenage delinquent protagonists, but Jolyne feels like a breath of fresh air. She embodies Jotaro’s more stubborn traits but has grown into a uniquely rebellious individual that’s in the middle of figuring herself out.
9 Her Stand Is Stone Free
JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure has featured dozens of strange Stands throughout its different series. Usually, there’s an extra level of attention that goes into the Stands of central characters, especially members of the Joestar family.
Jolyne’s Stand is Stone Free, which can unravel parts of its body into a string, which becomes incredibly useful for evasion or escape purposes. However, this unraveling string quality also allows for communication abilities where Jolyne can listen in on others. It’s a Stand with many impressive functions, and Jolyne is a beginner in the area, but she quickly gets the hang of Stone Free.
8 She Was Initially Requested To Be A Male Character
JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure predominantly features male protagonists and villains, but there are still powerful girls in the past, like Lisa Lisa or Golden Wind’s Trish. Stone Ocean tries to subvert expectations by makingits protagonist, Jolyne Cujoh, a girl.
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Hirohiko Araki actually faced difficulties in this area, and Hideto Azuma claims that Araki’s editor requested that he make Jolyne a male since Weekly Shonen Jump’s audience is boys. Araki held firm and said the fears that boys wouldn't accept a female protagonist is exactly the reason why Jolyne had to exist to help break this trend.
7 She's Been Arrested On Multiple Occasions
Jolyne Cujoh is a good person, but she ends up on the wrong side of the law on multiple occasions. Jolyne initially commits crimes as a way to act out and get her absent father’s attention, but her toxic relationship with Romeo also leads to an extensive jail sentence.
Stone Ocean begins with Jolyne’s incarceration in Florida’s Green Dolphin St. Prison for 15 years for vehicular manslaughter, but her gang affiliation also previously got her in trouble. It’s bittersweet that Jolyne’s prison time is largely an extension of her relationship with Jotaro, who also begins his story in a prison cell.
6 Her Stand Gets Activated By A Disguised Stand Arrow
Stands are one of the more fascinating aspects of JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure, and there’s still a lot of mysteries surrounding them even though the series has given many answers on the subject. Some characters are naturally endowed with Stand abilities, while others need it activated by a Stand Arrow.
Jolyne’s Stone Free Stand gets triggered when she pricks her finger on an amulet, which happens to contain a Stand Arrowhead. This transformation is somewhat atypical for a Joestar, considering that they usually have innate Stand abilities that don’t require an outside trigger.
5 She's The Star Of Her Own Prequel One-Shot
JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure has created such a rich universe that there are tons of side stories and supporting characters to explore, which occasionally happens through one-shot spin-offs or non-canon stories. These one-shots are typically reserved for more tangential individuals like Rohan Kishibe or Yoshikage Kira, but Jolyne is the one protagonist to receive this treatment.
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Jolyne, Fly High With GUCCI is a sentimental prequel story that looks at Jolyne in the airport while she reminisces over her mother. Fly High With GUCCI also curiously features alternate versions of Golden Wind’s Bucciarati and Abbacchio, suspicious of Jolyne.
4 Her Butterfly Knife Tattoo Is Proof Of Gang Admission
The characters in JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure are covered in flair, and it often feels like they tack on as much as possible to have the most outrageous image possible. Jolyne’s clothing and hair exhibit tons of creativity, but she’s also a character with a distinct tattoo near her left elbow.
The tattoo is a combination of a butterfly and a knife, which seems emblematic of Jolyne’s warring sensibilities. However, the tattoo is actually Jolyne’s proof of membership into her old car-stealing gang from her darker days. She’s been able to reappropriate the ink into something more empowering.
3 It's Uncertain If Her Mother Is Still Alive
Parents and guardianship are actually an essential component of JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure, both in terms of the idea of a legacy and how much descendants can rise above their ancestors. Jolyne Cujoh’s father is Jotaro, but her mother’s identity has largely left a mystery other than how she was a warmer presence to Jolyne than Jotaro.
She’s alive, yet out of the picture, in Stone Ocean, but it’s interesting that in the one-shot, Jolyne, Fly High With GUCCI, Jolyne’s mother recently passed away, and the grief is still fresh with Jolyne.
2 Her Hair Style Is Inspired By Britney Spears
Every character in JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure has a particular and iconic style, whether reflected in their clothing, body language, or hair. Jolyne Cujoh is no exception, and she has an incredibly striking look that’s a bit of a departure for JoJo.
Jolyne’s “mouse-like” hair gets a lot of attention, and the inspiration behind this one aspect of Jolyne’s character is Britney Spears’ look and hairstyle in the “...Baby One More Time” music video. It certainly works for her character and is also another fun way for Araki to respect the music video in some way.
1 Her Alternate Universe Counterpart Lives A Free Life
All of the different sagas in JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure end in very extravagant ways, but it’s hard to top the big finish that concludes Stone Ocean.The dangerous Stand, Made in Heaven, speeds up time and causes reality to reset and start over.
This new world offers a glimpse of its Jolyne counterpart and what her existence looks like. Irene is not a prisoner and seems to actively be happy and in a healthy relationship with Anakiss, this reality’s new version of Anasui. This at least shows that Jolyne is not always destined to a tragic fate.
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Jolyne Kujo ( Kujo Jolyne?) è un personaggio del manga Le bizzarre avventure di JoJo ed è la protagonista della sesta serie, Stone Ocean, ambientata nel 2011.
Personaggio[modifica | modifica wikitesto]
Figlia di Jotaro Kujo e di una donna statunitense, oltre ad essere la prima protagonista femminile del manga, è l'unico membro della famiglia Joestar a non essere portatore naturale di Stand, escludendo coloro che sono vissuti prima della scoperta di questo potere.
Jolyne ha trascorso gran parte della sua infanzia e prima adolescenza lontana dal padre, che spesso si assentava dalla famiglia per motivi di lavoro; all'eta di 14 anni rubò una motocicletta e venne mandata in un riformatorio poi, a 19 anni, si unì a una banda di motociclisti.
Storia[modifica | modifica wikitesto]
Trascorre tutta la prima parte della serie rinchiusa nel carcere di Green Dolphin Street, in Florida, accusata ingiustamente dell'omicidio di una persona, in realtà investita dal suo fidanzato Romeo; durante la detenzione, ottiene il potere Stand grazie a una ferita provocata da un ciondolo, dono di sua madre, che conteneva la Freccia, regalo di Jotaro. Questo accorre poi per aiutarla a evadere ma, mentre discutono su come fare, si ritrovano sotto l'attacco dello stand di Enrico Pucci, Whitesnake, che riesce a rubare lo stand di Jotaro, Star Platinum, e a farlo cadere in coma. Jolyne allora rinuncia alla via di fuga per poter trovare chi ha attentato alla vita di suo padre e perché lo ha fatto, finendo per scontrarsi con numerosi portatori di Stand presenti nella prigione, tutti mandati contro di lei da Pucci.
Dopo essere evasi dalla prigione, Jolyne e i suoi compagni rimarranno invischiati in un intrigo che raggiungerà il suo culmine a Cape Canaveral, dove affronteranno nuovamente Pucci e il suo nuovo stand C-Moon. Seppur in un primo momento riescano a metterlo alle strette, l'ulteriore evoluzione dello stand del nemico, Made in Heaven, pone fine all'universo per poi crearne uno nuovo, lasciando in grado di combattere solamente il giovane Emporio, un portatore di stand con cui la ragazza aveva fatto amicizia in prigione il quale, armato dello stand di Weather Report grazie ai poteri di Whitesnake, sconfiggerà il nemico. Alla fine del manga farà la sua comparsa un personaggio di nome Irene, probabilmente l'equivalente alternativo di Jolyne.
Personalità[modifica | modifica wikitesto]
Jolyne inizialmente appare come una ragazza ribelle, con poco rispetto nei confronti delle autorità e del padre Jotaro Kujo (da cui si sente abbandonata) e dagli atteggiamenti provocatori; in seguito ai quattro mesi di prigionia, però, inizia a sviluppare un carattere più simile a quello del padre, dimostrando in più occasioni grande intelligenza e sangue freddo in battaglia.
Stand[modifica | modifica wikitesto]
Stone Free è un mix tra uno stand a corto raggio e uno a lungo raggio: fino a due metri di distanza da Jolyne può mantenere la sua forma umanoide, dopodiché inizia a sbrogliarsi sotto forma di filo. Grazie ad esso, Jolyne può fare innumerevoli cose, come origliare le conversazioni captando le vibrazioni (come si potrebbe fare con un telefono fatto con due bicchieri di plastica collegati al fondo da uno spago), passare attraverso spazi stretti e così via. Come per tutti gli stand a lungo raggio, la forza di Stone Free, quando è sotto forma di filo, è inversamente proporzionale alla distanza dal portatore.
Collegamenti esterni[modifica | modifica wikitesto]
Murder, corpse abandonment, car theft (innocent)
Dark Blue & Yellow Green
(Digital Color, ASB)
Black & Blond (EoH)
Green & Blonde (Anime)
Cause of Death
Fatal wounds caused by Stand's destruction via Enrico Pucci
For a similar character, see Part 6 SpoilersIrene
SPOILER WARNING: Part 6 spoiler details may follow.
Jolyne Cujoh (空条 徐倫, Kūjō Jorīn) is the main protagonist of the sixth part of the JoJo's Bizarre Adventure series, Stone Ocean, and the sixth JoJo of the series. She is the daughter of an American woman and Jotaro Kujo, the protagonist of Stardust Crusaders.
Framed for a DUI murder, Jolyne is sent to Green Dolphin Street Prison, where she investigates and battles DIO's most trusted disciple, Father Enrico Pucci. Initially an ordinary girl, Jolyne quickly awakens her string-based Stand, Stone Free, during her time in jail.
Jolyne is a young woman of above-average height and a slim to athletic build.
Bold-eyed, she wears her hair in two "layers": A dark base including two large buns atop her head and a short length going down her neck; above which, lightly dyed or bleached, she keeps a plait or braid that winds around both buns, joining in a short length at back, and bangs that frame her face.
Like all other members of the Joestar family, Jolyne has a small, star-shaped birthmark on the rear of her left shoulder, close to her neck. She also has an image of butterfly wings tattooed on the top of her left forearm, superimposed with a downward-pointing dagger, which also appears on the chest of her outfits.
Jolyne's depiction in Part 6 transitions from a slim and smooth build to a somewhat more dynamic and athletic one. Simultaneously, she works through several primarily dark outfits, characterized by a spiderweb-like print.
- Look 1: A short skirt, shin-high boots, and a halter top that exposes her midriff, with 2 lengths of cloth on each side attaching it to her skirt-like suspenders. She wears a small piece on her chest, repeating the design of her tattoo.
- Look 2: Similar to Look 1, except it has pants with boots attached and a prison jacket. The jacket is short, covering her lower back to the hip area. Worn during her first week in prison.
- Look 3: Look 2 with a longer, slightly darker jacket (matching Jotaro's coat's length). After the events in Whitesnake - The Pursuer, she adopts a star-shaped navel piercing.
- Look 4: After escaping prison, she wears a shredded muscle shirt that resembles her former halter top. On her chest, she now wears a large, heart-shaped piece superimposed with the image of her tattoo. She wears two mini-belts over the rib area (one belt by the end). A cloth armlet adorns one forearm, and she retains her navel ring. She wears a different belt around her waist with a long cape attached to the back.
The series is known for alternating colors between media, the information presented below may or may not be canon.
Skin(Fair, chartreuse lipstick)
(Black with blue highlights and chartreuse braid and bangs)
(Blue suit with white spiderweb pattern, chartreuse accessories, and pink butterfly crest.)
Skin(Fair, olive lipstick and eyeshadow)
Hair(Green with blonde braid and bangs)
(Dark blue suit with off-white spiderweb pattern, bright green accessories.)
(Blue and cyan butterfly, yellow details, pink and magenta outlines)
Skin(Fair, lime lipstick)
(Black with sky blue highlights and lime braid and bangs)
(Sky Blue suit with white spiderweb pattern, lime accessories, and magenta butterfly crest.)
Skin(Fair, bronze lipstick)
Hair(Black with blonde braid and bangs)
(Black suit with pink spiderweb pattern, bronze accessories, and purple butterfly crest.)
Jolyne, Fly High with GUCCI
In the one-shot, Jolyne makes an appearance in many different outfits. She mainly wears a white linen peacoat with an elaborate flower motif with a matching scarf. Underneath the jacket, Jolyne wears a dress that also changes for no reason, the first version being black with the same flower motif, the second being a white gown.
Jolyne also wears in order: a three-piece pink suit with spiked platform sandals and an elaborate necklace, a simple yellow dress with intricate flower and fruit decorations on the shoulder area, and a brown dress with a matching leather belt.
In the one-shot, Jolyne's hair is consistently portrayed as green with blonde strands of hair.
Flighty, abrupt, and snappy with her elders, Jolyne in adolescence would undoubtedly be considered a delinquent and a lost cause. Bitter at Jotaro for being absent from her life, she tried multiple times to catch her father's attention by committing various minor crimes and went to jail several times for them. Because of her father's absence, Jolyne was said to be dependent on the affection and approval of those around her, and she was ready to cover Romeo's accident, resulting in her being sentenced to 15 years in prison for it.
After acquiring her Stand and being told by Jotaro of his love for her, Jolyne noticeably matures, becoming more courageous and confident. "Reviving" Jotaro, who fell into a coma due to Whitesnake stealing his Stand and memory, turns into her first priority.
Jolyne retains her confrontational attitude throughout the story. A former delinquent living in a maximum-security prison, Jolyne had to toughen up and can be especially rude. She frequently taunts enemies. She also advocates aggressively asserting herself, especially in prison, and once told F.F. to violently confront an inmate who cut in the queue for buying their lunch. Jolyne is particularly violent in her fights; she's used the cutting ability of her string to gruesomely wound her opponents, severing ears and nails, for instance. Jolyne usually doesn't seek to kill and even said that she didn't want Ermes to become a murderer. However, she readily uses lethal force against her archenemy Enrico Pucci, and he was the one enemy she explicitly said she would kill.
Jolyne also has a vindictive side and repays tenfold any wrong committed against her, notably indirectly cutting Romeo's tongue for betraying her, or had her crooked attorney have a crash in his car. Moreover, Jolyne still holds a little grudge against Gwess, her first enemy, and wants nothing to do with her despite the latter's effort to behave in front of Jolyne. More humorously, Jolyne kept a grudge against alligators in general after Limp Bizkit revived one that attacked her, and she had fun tossing something at another alligator's head as a form of revenge.
Jolyne possesses a fierce determination, carrying her through several battles and inspiring her companions. After learning of DIO's plan, Jolyne took pride in her lineage and opted to continue Jotaro's effort to seal the menace DIO left behind him. Jolyne stoically endures the hardships she faces and carries on her goal, disregarding the suffering and possible risks. For instance, when she was brought to the maximum-security ward, Jolyne was only momentarily disturbed by the horrible living conditions of the cell (the food tray was covered in insects) along with the harassment of the other inmates in the ward and quickly soldiered on through the ordeal. Her determination is so great that she was willing to lose a limb or even her life to defeat her enemy and save her comrades, an inclination especially prevalent in her that culminated in her sacrifice to get Emporio away from Pucci. One good example of her usual determination is when she set herself on fire to buy herself the time to attack Rikiel, ignoring the risk taken to herself since her body was made of strings. Even still, Jolyne once expressed her doubts about her desire to stop Pucci after Weather Report's death and the priest's second escape.
Common in her lineage, Jolyne has righteous morals and treasures her family and friends. She would selflessly do everything in her power to help her companions and random victimized people, once helping a mistreated prisoner to take back stolen money from her tormentors. Jolyne is willing to believe in the good in people, which resulted in a share of betrayals, but also earned her F.F.'s friendship. Jolyne is especially sweet to Emporio, her real first ally in Green Dolphin Street, and despite its status as an enemy, she didn't want to kill the Green Baby. Jolyne's primary motivation for investigating Whitesnake was her love for her father. However, Pucci exploited that affection to escape her when he tossed Jotaro's memory disc inside of a dying Anasui, putting her through a difficult choice and forcing her to try to save her father's memory.
Outside of combat, Jolyne behaves like an average young woman, if not a teenage girl, hanging out with her friends and occupying herself the best she can in prison, as she is also fun-loving. Jolyne notably played ball with F.F. and Ermes, additionally making herself a navel ring while in isolation. Unlike her father, Jolyne is fairly extroverted and easily expresses her feelings to others. She is an inherently social woman and can converse with her fellow prisoners easily, asking for explanations about the ins and outs of Green Dolphin Street.
Jolyne is notable for being somewhat libertine, being the first and only JoJo to admit to masturbating, and offhandedly commenting that snails' ability to copulate with anything makes her slightly jealous. Jolyne also mentions her need to urinate in the middle of a fight with another person, a man at that. However, she is horribly embarrassed to talk about masturbation in public and being caught in the act by a guard flustered and mortified her deeply.
Araki created Jolyne with the hopes of "making up" for his previous (and in his eyes, failed) attempt at a female protagonist. Aside from offering an interesting contrast to most shonen comics, he thinks she is a "real woman" sorely lacking in the medium. The role reversal between her and her father was devised for her character to go beyond the typical archetypes found in Japanese fiction.
- Main article: Stone Free
Stone Free grants Jolyne the ability to unravel parts of her body into a string. This makes it a very versatile Stand, enabling her to listen in on communications as well as escape and hide by unraveling parts of herself into string.
When she assembles the string, Jolyne can properly materialize Stone Free, partially or entirely. Stone Free is a humanoid Stand which has comparable physical prowess to the strongest Stands, with rankings of A in Destructive Power, Stamina, and Developmental Potential.
Unlike the rest of her family, Jolyne has awakened her Stand from being cut by an amulet (later revealed to be a Stand-creating stone arrowhead in disguise) given to her by her father.
- Intelligence: Jolyne's greatest asset is her imagination. The versatile power of her Stand allows her a wide range of moves which she extensively uses. For example, when Pucci used C-Moon to invert Jolyne's body, she used Stone Free to create a "Möbius Strip" rendering her effectively invulnerable to its power.
True to any other Joestar, Jolyne is particularly adept at using whatever presents itself to her advantage, among others the environment and the enemy's power. Jolyne's quick thinking has allowed her to prevail against enemies.
Jolyne combines her tactics with a high level of recklessness, often endangering herself to surprise enemies with an unanticipated move. The particular nature of her power nonetheless assures that she can shrug off some of the damage ordinary Stand users cannot risk in a fight.
Jolyne's intelligence is intuitive to a degree, as she often shrugs off some of her moves as dumb luck, although it is a valid interpretation of her actions.
- Hand to Hand Combat: She has also shown to be capable of defending herself, seen in full detail against Officer Westwood. She has extensive knowledge of self-defense, which she demonstrates throughout the series, notably against Pucci.
- Jotaro Kujo: Her distant and near-fatherless childhood bore a tinge of loneliness in her, at times resenting him but also wanting his affection. Her relationship with Jotaro is challenging at first, not really fitting the typical father-daughter mold. When Jolyne was fourteen, she was wrongfully accused of pickpocketing. Panicked, she stole a car, sloppily tried to make an escape from the authorities, and was arrested soon afterward. Jolyne anticipated that Jotaro would pay her bail, but was sorely disappointed when she overheard her mother's frantic and unsuccessful pleas with him on the phone. Her father's absence following this led to her teenage years of delinquency (she later reflects that these events were a desperate call for attention). During Jolyne's imprisonment, Jotaro visited her in an effort to break her out. Angered that he would come out of the blue to see her after years of absence, Jolyne blew up at him, citing his inattentive behavior and his divorce. However, after risking life and limb to get Jolyne out as well as losing his Stand in the process, Jolyne broke down and got Jotaro to safety, sacrificing her own freedom and vowing to get his Stand back. As time passed, Jolyne came to respect her father more and idolized him somewhat, adapting his trademark "Yare yare daze" into a more feminine "Yare yare dawa". When Jotaro returns later, both father and daughter show considerable care to one another, each in their own way.
- Mother: Jolyne's mother rarely appears and is hardly talked about. It's assumed that she loves Jolyne very much and dotes on her in Jotaro's absence, as she was the only known person to be allowed to call Jolyne "JoJo".
- Ermes Costello: Ermes is possibly the first true friend that Jolyne encounters in her life when they meet and bond in jail. Her relationship with Ermes resembles that of Jotaro's relationship with Jean Pierre Polnareff. Jolyne and Ermes see each other as worthy allies and friends, and because of their similar temper, get along well and kill time together. She has fought alongside Jolyne against many powerful enemies like Sports Maxx, Rikiel, & Donatello Versus.
- Emporio Alnino: Emporio's relationship with Jolyne is somewhat similar to her ancestor Jonathan Joestar to Poco, as Jolyne treats Emporio like a little brother and trustworthy ally, while Emporio is inspired by her courage and determination. Jolyne saves him from many dangerous situations and eventually sacrifices herself so than he may live, trusting that Emporio will defeat Pucci. Emporio's relationship with Jolyne extends to Irene as well.
- Foo Fighters: Foo Fighters initially met Jolyne as enemies. However, Jolyne spares Foo Fighters; grateful to Jolyne, they become an ally. Jolyne treats Foo Fighters with respect and is very friendly with them, and noting their naïveté, is protective toward them. Foo Fighters, nicknamed F.F. by Jolyne, is inspired by her determination, and cherishes the memories they have of her. They are ultimately willing to put themself in danger and even sacrifice themself to save Jolyne's life.
- Romeo Jisso: Before Jolyne's growth as a person, she and Romeo were in a relationship; with Jolyne being particularly affectionate and meek and Romeo trying to keep some distance, as he was suspicious of her past as a possible gang member. Their relationship ended when Romeo framed her for his manslaughter with aggravating circumstance, landing her in prison for a crime she didn't commit. After she escapes from prison, Jolyne pays him a visit and he weeps for forgiveness. Romeo shows genuine repentance and actually helps her, but while Jolyne doesn't show any lingering anger, she takes the occasion to damage his tongue to silence him.
- Weather Report: When they first met, Jolyne was flabbergasted by Weather's eccentric behavior. However, during the fight against Lang Rangler, both eventually see each other as allies, and trust each other. Anasui even suspects him to be a rival for Jolyne's love and is jealous when Jolyne is with him. Regardless, there are hints of Jolyne caring for Weather in a more-than-fraternal way notably when upon meeting again, Jolyne hugs Weather. Jolyne was also particularly distraught at Weather's death.
- Narciso Anasui: Though Anasui fell in love with Jolyne at first sight, the feeling wasn't mutual; Jolyne was not really sure what to think of him and isn’t really interested in him, either. Often times she would be oblivious to his advances. He would sometimes try to seduce her in underhanded ways, such as asking F.F. to trip her down the stairs so he could romantically catch her or prompting a French kiss from a temporary-mute Jolyne, resulting in him getting punched in the jaw. Even so, he's truly devoted to her and will do everything in his power to keep her from being distressed. He has risked his life for her on more than one occasion and turns murderous when Jolyne is severely hurt. Eventually, during the final confrontation at Cape Canaveral, Jolyne motivates Anasui by telling him that he can ask for her hand in marriage after they survive. At the end of Stone Ocean, Jolyne and Anasui's counterparts Irene and Anakiss want to marry each other.
- Enrico Pucci: Pucci only saw Jolyne as bait at first in order to get to Jotaro but as she proved to be a persistent thorn on his side threat while finding her father's Stand and memory disks, Pucci threaded carefully around her. Unaware of his involvement at first, Jolyne treated the priest with respect. They became enemies right away once she was informed that Whitesnake was Pucci's Stand and was eager to take his life. Jolyne became more than determined in stopping him and putting an end to his plans but her efforts would soon be fatal while she almost fell to Pucci's newly evolved C-Moon and would finally fall to his Made In Heaven while protecting Emporio, but has managed to cut the right side of his eye before dying.
- Donatello Versus: Due to his alliance with Pucci, Donatello and Jolyne were enemies. An additional reason for their antagonism would be that Jolyne's father destroyed Donatello's father. Unbeknownst to either of them since Donatello was conceived when Dio possessed Jonathan's body Donatello is actually Jolyne's distant uncle.
- Johngalli A.: As the man who got her framed for murder, Jolyne and Johngalli A. were enemies. Johngalli A. attempted to murder Jolyne and Jotaro to avenge DIO but failed. As payback, Jolyne pummeled Johngalli A. as the sniper realized that Jolyne was more resourceful than she looked and inherited Jotaro's blood.
- Gwess: Jolyne's cellmate during her time at Green Dolphin. Jolyne inadvertently awakened Gwess's Stand power with her pendant. Gwess originally used her powers to bully Jolyne by shrinking her, but after Jolyne beat her she acted like her subordinate, advising Jolyne during her early days in prison and being somewhat afraid of her. Jolyne still had an arm-length relationship with Gwess but nonetheless tolerated her afterward.
- Miuccia Miuller: Miu is an assassin sent by Pucci to make sure Jolyne doesn't interfere with his plans. Miu manipulated Jolyne into forgetting her goals and friends. After Jolyne remembered them, she beat up Miu and used her to escape the prison.
Chapters in order of appearance
- SO Chapter 1: Stone Ocean, Part 1
- SO Chapter 2: Stone Ocean, Part 2
- SO Chapter 3: Stone Ocean, Part 3
- SO Chapter 4: Prisoner FE40536: Jolyne Cujoh, Part 1
- SO Chapter 5: Prisoner FE40536: Jolyne Cujoh, Part 2
- SO Chapter 6: Prisoner FE40536: Jolyne Cujoh, Part 3
- SO Chapter 7: Goo Goo Dolls
- SO Chapter 8: Stone Free, Part 1
- SO Chapter 9: Stone Free, Part 2
- SO Chapter 10: Green Dolphin Street Prison
- SO Chapter 11: The Visitor, Part 1
- SO Chapter 12: The Visitor, Part 2
- SO Chapter 13: The Visitor, Part 3
- SO Chapter 14: The Visitor, Part 4
- SO Chapter 15: The Visitor, Part 5
- SO Chapter 16: The Visitor, Part 6
- SO Chapter 17: The Visitor, Part 7
- SO Chapter 18: The Visitor, Part 8
- SO Chapter 19: The Visitor, Part 9
- SO Chapter 20: Prisoner of Love
- SO Chapter 21: Ermes' Sticker, Part 1 (Mentioned only)
- SO Chapter 22: Ermes' Sticker, Part 2 (Cover only)
- SO Chapter 26: There's Six of Them!, Part 1
- SO Chapter 27: There's Six of Them!, Part 2
- SO Chapter 28: There's Six of Them!, Part 3
- SO Chapter 29: There's Six of Them!, Part 4
- SO Chapter 30: There's Six of Them!, Part 5
- SO Chapter 31: Foo Fighters, Part 1
- SO Chapter 32: Foo Fighters, Part 2
- SO Chapter 33: Foo Fighters, Part 3
- SO Chapter 34: Marilyn Manson, the Debt Collector, Part 1
- SO Chapter 35: Marilyn Manson, the Debt Collector, Part 2
- SO Chapter 36: Marilyn Manson, the Debt Collector, Part 3
- SO Chapter 37: Marilyn Manson, the Debt Collector, Part 4
- SO Chapter 38: Marilyn Manson, the Debt Collector, Part 5
- SO Chapter 39: Marilyn Manson, the Debt Collector, Part 6
- SO Chapter 40: Savage Garden Strategy (Head for the Courtyard!), Part 1
- SO Chapter 41: Savage Garden Strategy, Part 2
- SO Chapter 42: Savage Garden Strategy, Part 3
- SO Chapter 43: Savage Garden Strategy, Part 4
- SO Chapter 44: Savage Garden Strategy, Part 5
- SO Chapter 45: Savage Garden Strategy, Part 6
- SO Chapter 46: Savage Garden Strategy, Part 7
- SO Chapter 47: Savage Garden Strategy, Part 8
- SO Chapter 48: Flash Flood Warning, Part 1
- SO Chapter 49: Flash Flood Warning, Part 2
- SO Chapter 50: Flash Flood Warning, Part 3
- SO Chapter 51: Kiss of Love and Revenge, Part 1
- SO Chapter 52: Kiss of Love and Revenge, Part 2
- SO Chapter 53: Kiss of Love and Revenge, Part 3
- SO Chapter 54: Kiss of Love and Revenge, Part 4
- SO Chapter 55: Kiss of Love and Revenge, Part 5
- SO Chapter 56: Kiss of Love and Revenge, Part 6
- SO Chapter 57: Kiss of Love and Revenge, Part 7
- SO Chapter 58: Ultra Security House Unit
- SO Chapter 59: His Name Is Anasui
- SO Chapter 60: The Secret of Guard Westwood, Part 1
- SO Chapter 61: The Secret of Guard Westwood, Part 2
- SO Chapter 62: The Secret of Guard Westwood, Part 3
- SO Chapter 63: The Secret of Guard Westwood, Part 4
- SO Chapter 64: The Secret of Guard Westwood, Part 5
- SO Chapter 65: The Secret of Guard Westwood, Part 6
- SO Chapter 66: The Secret of Guard Westwood, Part 7
- SO Chapter 67: Enter the Dragon's Dream, Part 1
- SO Chapter 68: Enter the Dragon's Dream, Part 2
- SO Chapter 69: Enter the Dragon's Dream, Part 3
- SO Chapter 70: Enter the Dragon's Dream, Part 4
- SO Chapter 71: Enter the Dragon's Dream, Part 5
- SO Chapter 72: Enter the Foo Fighters
- SO Chapter 73: Enter the Dragon's Dream, Part 6
- SO Chapter 74: Enter the Dragon's Dream, Part 7
- SO Chapter 75: Father: Jotaro Kujo, Daughter: Jolyne Cujoh
- SO Chapter 76: Birth of the "Green", Part 1
- SO Chapter 77: Birth of the "Green", Part 2
- SO Chapter 78: Yo-Yo Ma Is Coming!, Part 1
- SO Chapter 79: Yo-Yo Ma Is Coming!, Part 2
- SO Chapter 80: Yo-Yo Ma Is Coming!, Part 3
- SO Chapter 81: Yo-Yo Ma Is Coming!, Part 4
- SO Chapter 82: Yo-Yo Ma Is Coming!, Part 5
- SO Chapter 83: F.F. - The Witness, Part 1
- SO Chapter 84: F.F. - The Witness, Part 2 (Mentioned only)
- SO Chapter 85: Awaken, Part 1
- SO Chapter 86: Awaken, Part 2
- SO Chapter 87: Awaken, Part 3
- SO Chapter 88: Awaken, Part 4
- SO Chapter 89: Whitesnake - The Pursuer, Part 1
- SO Chapter 91: Whitesnake - The Pursuer, Part 3 (Mentioned only)
- SO Chapter 92: Whitesnake - The Pursuer, Part 4
- SO Chapter 93: Whitesnake - The Pursuer, Part 5
- SO Chapter 94: Time for Heaven
- SO Chapter 95: New Moon! New Priest
- SO Chapter 96: Jail House Lock!, Part 1
- SO Chapter 97: Jail House Lock!, Part 2
- SO Chapter 98: Jail House Lock!, Part 3
- SO Chapter 99: Jail House Lock!, Part 4
- SO Chapter 100: Jail House Lock!, Part 5
- SO Chapter 101: Jail House Lock!, Part 6
- SO Chapter 102: Escape...
- SO Chapter 103: Three Men in the Hospital (Mentioned only)
- SO Chapter 104: Bohemian Rhapsody, Part 1 (Mentioned only)
- SO Chapter 105: Bohemian Rhapsody, Part 2 (Mentioned only)
- SO Chapter 106: Bohemian Rhapsody, Part 3 (Mentioned only)
- SO Chapter 108: Bohemian Rhapsody, Part 5 (Mentioned only)
- SO Chapter 111: Long Time No See, Romeo
- SO Chapter 112: Sky High, Part 1
- SO Chapter 113: Sky High, Part 2
- SO Chapter 114: Sky High, Part 3
- SO Chapter 115: Sky High, Part 4
- SO Chapter 116: Sky High, Part 5
- SO Chapter 117: Sky High, Part 6
- SO Chapter 118: Time for Heaven - Three Days Until the New Moon
- SO Chapter 119: Under World, Part 1
- SO Chapter 120: Under World, Part 2
- SO Chapter 121: Under World, Part 3
- SO Chapter 122: Under World, Part 4
- SO Chapter 123: Under World, Part 5
- SO Chapter 124: Under World, Part 6
- SO Chapter 125: Heavy Weather, Part 1
- SO Chapter 126: Heavy Weather, Part 2
- SO Chapter 127: Heavy Weather, Part 3 (Cover only)
- SO Chapter 130: Heavy Weather, Part 6
- SO Chapter 131: Heavy Weather, Part 7
- SO Chapter 132: Heavy Weather, Part 8
- SO Chapter 134: Heavy Weather, Part 10
- SO Chapter 136: Heavy Weather, Part 12
- SO Chapter 137: Heavy Weather, Part 13
- SO Chapter 138: At Cape Canaveral
- SO Chapter 139: Gravity of the New Moon, Part 1
- SO Chapter 140: Gravity of the New Moon, Part 2
- SO Chapter 141: C-Moon, Part 1
- SO Chapter 142: C-Moon, Part 2
- SO Chapter 143: C-Moon, Part 3
- SO Chapter 144: C-Moon, Part 4
- SO Chapter 145: C-Moon, Part 5
- SO Chapter 146: C-Moon, Part 6
- SO Chapter 147: C-Moon, Part 7
- SO Chapter 148: C-Moon, Part 8
- SO Chapter 149: Made in Heaven, Part 1
- SO Chapter 150: Made in Heaven, Part 2
- SO Chapter 151: Made in Heaven, Part 3
- SO Chapter 152: Made in Heaven, Part 4
- SO Chapter 153: Made in Heaven, Part 5
- SO Chapter 154: Made in Heaven, Part 6
- SO Chapter 155: Made in Heaven, Part 7 (Death)
- SO Chapter 157: Made in Heaven, Part 9 (Mentioned only)
- SO Chapter 158: What a Wonderful World (Mentioned only)
I'm innocent. What do you think about that? Do you believe me? (「無実」よ…って言ったらどうする？あんた信じる？, `Mujitsu' yo tte ittara dō suru? Anta shinjiru?)
Well... It's, uh... um... It starts with an M... Mas... um... mastur... uh... bation... (つまり…だからその…マで始まる言葉で……マ…マス……そのマスタ～～つまり…………ベ～～～ション……………をよ……, Tsumari... dakara sono... ma de hajimaru kotoba de...... ma... masu...... sono masuta tsumari............ be shon............... o yo......)
Sometimes you can come to love things you used to hate. (最初ヤな事って後でケッコーくせになるのよ, Saisho ya na koto tte ato de kekkou kuse ni naru no yo)
Should I get down on all fours? Or should I lie on my back? How about a mix of both? (よつんばいでいいですか？ 仰向けにありますか？ それともブリッジするとか…, Yo tsunbai de ii desu ka? Aomuke ni arimasu ka? Soretomo burijjisuru toka...)
I don't yet have the range or nearly enough strength, but I can't wait 15 whole years for our paths to cross again! (今は手の届く距離ではないし…力もぜんぜんないけれど…１５年なんて待ってられない！必ず会いに行く, Ima wa te no todoku kyori de wa nai shi... chikara mo zenzen nai keredo... Ichi go nen nante matterarenai! Kanarazu ai ni iku)
My energy's clumped up! When lines gather and clump up, they become three-dimensional! (あたしのェネルきーの…『固まり』線か集まって固まれば『立体』になるッ！この概念！！, Atashi no xeneru ki - no `katamarisen ka atsumatte katamareba rittai ni naru! Kono gainen!!')
Gimme a break, Gwess. You said everything has a name, right? Then I'll give my power a name too. Stone Free. I'm going to free myself from this stone ocean... Did you hear me? Stone Free... That's it's name! Ora ora ora ora ora ora ora ora (やれやれだわ…グェスあんた何でも名前はあるって言ったわよねあたしも名前をつけるわ「ストーン・フリー」あたしは…この「石の海」から自由になる 聞こえた？「ストーン・フリー」よ…これが名前オラオラオラオラオラオラオラオラ, Yareyare da wa... Gwesu anta nani demo namae wa aru tte itta wa yo ne atashi mo namae o tsukeru wa `Suto-n furi-' atashi wa kono `ishi no umi' kara jiyū ni naru kikoeta? `Suto-n furi-' yo kore ga namae. Ora ora ora ora ora ora ora ora)
If there's a hierarchy in this prison, then I'll obey it... but I'm the one who'll give out the orders. (この刑務所で上下関係があるというならそれに従うわ……ただし命令するのはあたし, Kono keimusho de jōge kankei ga aru to iu nara soreni shitagau wa...... Tadashi meireisuru no wa atashi.)
You've got some nerve, coming in here and acting like my father! Get the hell ouuuut!! (のこのこ父親面して 来てんじゃあねェ─────ッ！！, Nokonoko chichioya menshitekite n jā nexe!!)
I'm going back inside. I'm going to defeat Johngalli A. before he shoots that kid. (たし中に戻るわあの子をアツが撃つ前に あたしがジョンガリ・Aを倒す, Tashichū ni modoru wa ano ko o atsu ga utsu mae ni atashi ga Jon Gari A o taosu)
I was just looking to see what the best angle for pounding you would be... I think my favorite... was when your chin was aiming a little more to the right. Ora ora ora ora ora ora ora ora!! (捨てろとは一言も言ってないわ……角度を見ていただけだもの一番たたき込みやすいあなたの体の角度を……気に入るのは……もう少しアゴが右向いてくれた時だけオラオラオラオラオラオラオラオラ, Sutero to wa hitokoto mo ittenai wa...... kakudo o miteita dake da mono ichiban tatakikomi yasui anata no karada no kakudo o...... kiniiru no wa...... mōsukoshi ago ga migi muitekureta toki dake. Ora ora ora ora ora ora ora ora)
The killer went back inside the jail on purpose! He won't come out again... because he's someone who belongs inside! That's why I'm going back inside! (「犯人」は牢獄の方向にわぎわざ戻って「犯人」は外へは出ない………刑務所の中にずっといる誰かという事よッ！, `Hannin' wa rōgoku no hōkō ni wa giwaza modotte `hannin' wa soto e wa denai......... keimusho no nakani zutto iru dare ka toiu koto yo!)
Are you saying that I'm cheating? But I don't see the collector anywhere! It's because I definitely just caught it with my hands. And, that rewinding time is 10 seconds... the clock is now reset! Just enough time for me to beat your ass... (イカサマだとでも？だがおまえの「取り立て人」は現れないようだな！あたしは今まぎれもなく「手」キャッチしたんだからな……そして時間は 残り10秒『リセット』された！！おまえをブちのあす時間がな, Ika sama da to demo? Da ga omae no `toritatejin' wa arawarenai yō da na! Atashi wa ima magire mo naku `shu' kyatchishita n da kara na soshite jikan wa nokori 10 byō `risetto' sareta!! Omae o bu chino asu jikan ga na)
How many throws do you want to bet on, huh? 100 throws, was it? No, it was 1000 throws!!! Ora ora ora ora ora ora ora ora ora ora ora ora!!!!
I... I don't know why this happened so suddenly. But, uh, you could know, it could happen to anyone! Even the pope probably doesn't have control over this! You know, there's that thing "number 1" and "number 2", has to do with bowl movements, the one that starts with a "p"!!! I might do it in my pants!
You should have just released [the zero-gravity zone] when I told you to... You could have gotten away before, using this burst of air when Stone Free and I were farther away from you... This rush of air is blowing you towards me!!!!! Ora ora ora ora ora ora ora ora ora ora ora ora!!!!!
The one thing I can't do here... is wear my mental strength away, build unnecessary stress! It'll also wear me down physically... I, in this ultra security punishment ward! Have a mission that I have to fulfill! I have to see it through... to do that... I can't wear myself down for stupid reasons!
Two men look out through the same bars, one sees the wall and the other, stars... Which one I am? [...] Of course I'll see the stars... until I see my father, I want to keep on looking at the stars.
I never thought that I would find you like this!... There are three things I need to take from you! My father's memory! The disc that you just took from F.F., and your life!
Is this your first time being cuffed? I've been cuffed every day since I came here, just as you fucking planned...
I am Jolyne Cujoh! I have to seal whatever the priest just obtained!
If the world was coming to an end, I've already decided that chocolate would be the last thing I ever eat!
I'm already prepared for anything that could happen. Even more than when I was here...
Something like burning my own body...! Compared to everything else I've gone though...! If this is what I need to do to get to the priest, it's absolutely nothing!!
Emporio! Right now, Ermes is in a plane that's going to crash! The plane is in a big hole in the floor of the hospital! I'm flying a fighter jet or something! It's gonna crash, too! Find a way to get us out!
An organism that can mate with anything it encounters... I'm kinda jealous. I mean... no, NO! It's just gross!
... Is this a dream? Is it real? The unicorn was hiding in the pattern of mom's scarf... Yes... This is a dream, but it's an important dream. I'm sure my mother's clothes made me see it. It's planted new hope in me. This dream is a message. It's also power.
- According to Hideto Azuma, Araki's editor at the time of Stone Ocean, he had requested that Jolyne's character was to be a man as Weekly Shonen Jump was a magazine for young teen boys. However, Araki insisted on Jolyne's gender, saying that the fact that readers wouldn't accept a female lead was exactly the reason Jolyne had to be a woman.
- ↑SO Chapter 51: Kiss of Love and Revenge, Part 1
- ↑ 2.02.12.2SO Chapter 2: Stone Ocean, Part 2
- ↑SO Chapter 4: Prisoner FE40536: Jolyne Cujoh, Part 1
- ↑SO Chapter 21: Ermes' Sticker, Part 1(15 years plus an additional 5 years for prison break)
- ↑ 5.05.1SO Chapter 10: Green Dolphin Street Prison(Originally 174 cm (5 ft 9 in))
- ↑SO Chapter 63: The Secret of Guard Westwood, Part 4
- ↑ 7.07.1SO Chapter 3: Stone Ocean, Part 3
- ↑SO Chapter 154: Made in Heaven, Part 6, p.13
- ↑SO Chapter 6: Prisoner FE40536: Jolyne Cujoh, Part 3
- ↑SO Chapter 75: Father: Jotaro Kujo, Daughter: Jolyne Cujoh, p.16
- ↑SO Chapter 20: Prisoner of Love, p.17
- ↑SO Chapter 51: Kiss of Love and Revenge, Part 1, p,2
- ↑SO Chapter 64: The Secret of Guard Westwood, Part 5, p2,1
- ↑SO Chapter 52: Kiss of Love and Revenge, Part 2, p.6
- ↑SO Chapter 93: Whitesnake - The Pursuer, Part 5, p.9
- ↑SO Chapter 111: Long Time No See, Romeo, p.15
- ↑ 17.017.1SO Chapter 138: At Cape Canaveral
- ↑SO Chapter 58: Ultra Security House Unit, p.8-9
- ↑SO Chapter 155: Made in Heaven, Part 7, p.16-17
- ↑SO Chapter 116: Sky High, Part 5
- ↑SO Chapter 10: Green Dolphin Street Prison
- ↑SO Chapter 33: Foo Fighters, Part 3, p.8
- ↑SO Chapter 95: New Moon! New Priest
- ↑SO Chapter 34: Marilyn Manson, the Debt Collector, Part 1, p.9
- ↑SO Chapter 96: Jail House Lock!, Part 1, p.12
- ↑ 26.026.1SO Chapter 1: Stone Ocean, Part 1, p.6
- ↑SO Chapter 130: Heavy Weather, Part 6, p.15
- ↑2007 Eureka issue
- ↑SO Chapter 146: C-Moon, Part 6, p.17
- ↑SO Chapter 117: Sky High, Part 6, p.13
- ↑JOJOVELLER History (2013)
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JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: Stone Ocean
Unraveling itself and Jolyne into string
Defeat Pucci (succeeded).
Various enemy stand users
Type of Hero
|“||Gimme a break.||„|
|~ Jolyne Cujoh's catchphrase, inherited from her father.|
|“||Two men look out through the same bars, one sees the wall and the other, stars... Which one I am? [...] Of course I'll see the stars... until I see my father, I want to keep on looking at the stars.||„|
|~ Jolyne Cujoh|
Jolyne Cujoh is the main protagonist of JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: Stone Ocean and the deuteragonist of the JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: Eyes of Heaven videogame.
The daughter of Jotaro Kujo, Jolyne is the only female JoJo to date. At the conclusion of JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: Stone Ocean, a character named Irene appears, heavily implied to be an alternate universe counterpart of Jolyne.
She was voiced by Miyuki Sawashiro in JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: All Star Battle, JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: Eyes of Heaven, and various commercials, and is voiced by Ai Fairouz in the anime adaptation, who is the fan of the JoJo series.
Jolyne's childhood was often spent without her father, as Jotaro was mostly at work even when she was in need of attention. When she was fourteen, her life as a teen began to spiral downward upon being mistaken for a suspect in a robbery she didn't commit and then fleeing from an officer by stealing a motorcycle. Upon being arrested and detained in a holding cell, falsely charged with the crime, she and her mother pleaded her innocence and even begged Jotaro to bail her out. However, as he did not believe her, she ended up being sent to juvenile detention.
When her mother divorced Jotaro, Jolyne became even more frustrated when he left the family. Soon, she joined the Hell Riders gang and spent more time getting into trouble. At 19, having cleaned up her act and left the gang, she went on a date with a preppy rich boy named Romeo. Upon driving home, Romeo and Jolyne were in a car accident, Romeo having fatally hit a pedestrian. Worried that he would be charged with reckless driving and dropped from a university's waiting list, Romeo decided to take the corpse and dump it somewhere, persuading Jolyne to help him and forget about the entire incident. A few days later, however, Jolyne was found at home and arrested.
JoJo's Bizarre Adventure : Stone Ocean
During her first transfer, Jolyne befriended a fellow inmate named Ermes Costello who explains the basics of surviving prison. The former soon leaves to receive a gift from her mother, a pendant which she pricked her finger on some time later. She then woke up finding herself suddenly able to unravel herself into strings. However due to a lack of friends and resources, Jolyne decided to stay around. She was later placed in a cell with a fellow inmate named Gwess who owned a stand capable of shrinking people. Gwess herself had a habit of forcing her victims to wear dead animal skins in their shrunken forms. Jolyne however was able to fight back and defeat her, resulting in Gwess being the one who's scared of her cellmate.
Some time later, she was visited by Jotaro Kujo and despite Emporio's warning she went to the visitor room. She left her father in response despite his warnings that she had been framed and an enemy stand user was hunting her down. The two were soon attacked by a pair of stand users, one of which is Enrico Pucci who was able to steal Jotaro's stand disc and memory disc. Jotaro's last words, confessing that he cherished his daughter, shook Jolyne to the point that she decided to stay behind in order to find the discs. After Ermes succesfully defeats an opponent, she and Jolyne discover where a stash of stand discs are located.
Unfortunately, said stash was guarded by a humanoid colony of plankton named Foo Fighters. After a lengthy and difficult fight, the two were able to defeat the colony. Despite Ermes’ protests, Jolyne still decides to spare F.F. who in return gives them the stand disc they were looking for. The colony later uses a dead body as a disguise in order to be in the prison and assist Jolyne. During free time in the courtyard, Jolyne decided to teach F.F. how to play catch with friends. They were soon challenged by another prisoner to perform one thousand throws and catches for two hundred dollars. After succeeding, that same prisoner gave the same challenge for one thousand dollars, intriguing Ermes who took the challenge with F.F. Due to interference from a guard, Ermes loses the challenge and the prisoner who gave the challenge reveals that she is a stand user. Ermes ends up losing money, a gold tooth, and her liver, forcing Jolyne and F.F. to take another challenge while chasing the enemy stand user until she was defeated and had returned what was taken.
Some time later, the Speedwagon Foundation agrees to take the stand disc with Jolyne ending up having to travel through the male ward of the prison. During her time there, she was assisted by Weather Report, a friend of Emporio. The three were quickly attacked by Lang Wrangler, forcing them to hide for a while. Unfortunately, the enemy stand's ability was to remove gravity and this resulted in the stand disc floating away. Weather however was able to take on the enemy stand user himself, forcing his opponent to bring back gravity. Jolyne and Weather proceeded to chase down Lang who had used his stand to cause air to float up. Once again, the amnesiac proved to be useful as he was able to use his own stand to conjure up oxygen suits for himself and his companion. The fight continued until Jolyne was able to yank the enemy stand user into the airless place the she was in. Lang finally deactivates his stand, pulling Jolyne towards him who proceeds to beat him up. She was later able to give the disc to the Speedwagon Foundation.
While Jolyne was looking for Ermes, F.F decides to share the latter’s backstory through information she received. After Ermes’ fight against Sports Maxx, F. F heals her and Jolyne due to the injuries the two suffered. Some time later, a large fight broke out in the male ward which F. F and Jolyne was visiting while looking for DIO's bone. Jolyne in particular was attacked by a guard which turned out to be a stand user. The guard's stand was able to bring meteors down to the prison which Jolyne was able to dodge repeatedly until she was able to headbutt her opponent. While looking for DIO's bone, Jolyne met Anasui for the first time and the two along with F. F arrive at the swamp where the group encountered The Green Baby. Said baby was protected by a stand capable of slowly shrinking anyone who approaches. However due to the stand user's interest with Jolyne's birthmark, the fight was averted. Unfortunately, said baby was swallowed by an indestructible stand, forcing F. F to go hunt down its user. Meanwhile, Jolyne and Anasui were forced to stay with the enemy stand which turned out to be hostile and melted their tongues. The male prisoner was able to defeat said stand by implanting a frog brain in it which stopped its attack. Unfortunately, F. F accidentally led the group to an ambush. Jolyne arrived just in time for F. F to speak to her before dying.
Some time later, Jolyne was placed in a maximum security ward along with Emporio by a warden. The warden's stand was capable of limiting the amount of information the two can remember. Jolyne was able to outsmart her opponent by writing things she needed to remember on her arm before finally being able hunt down her opponent and defeat her. Jolyne's group soon escaped the prison and was offered a helicopter. On the helipad however, they were attacked by an enemy stand capable of utilizing unseen creatures known as rods. Jolyne was able to distract her opponent by lighting herself on fire which had the additional effect of convincing the enemy stand user to light himself on fire. After interrogating her opponent, Jolyne and her team continued on their journey. Upon arriving in their destination, they were attacked by another enemy stand, this one capable of digging up past events and trapping targets in them. Jolyne and Ermes were soon trapped in a crashing plane before finding an oddity and escaping, allowing them to defeat the enemy stand user. The two were soon affected by Weather's powered stand, Heavy Weather which was turning creatures into snails. Despite almost losing, Pucci was able to defeat Weather thanks to a distraction and Heavy Weather's effect on the group ceased. They soon arrive at Cape Canaveral where Pucci had already evolved his stand which gained the ability to redirect gravity. This ability allowed him to turn people inside out, something Jolyne avoided by knotting her body into a mobius strip.
As the group grew closer to defeating Pucci, his stand gains its final evolution. The priest quickly regains the upper hand, going everywhere at high speeds as the group watches in dismay. At some point, Pucci drops a large number of knives on Jolyne just as Jotaro was stopping time. He wound up sacrificing himself to save her. Ermes and Anasui died shortly after and Jolyne decided to tie Emporio onto a dolphin before sending him away. She engaged in one final battle against Pucci, dying in the process off-screen.
- Jolyne is often symbolized by a butterfly. The butterfly design on her shirt, combined with the spider-web design of her outfit, symbolizes her entrapment and innocence in life.
- Jolyne is the only JoJo who hates being called "JoJo", unless it's her mother.
- She is, to date, the only main JoJo who failed to defeat the main antagonist of their respective part.
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