N’Doul: The Art of Foreshadowing


Stardust Crusaders is one of the few parts
that gets a good amount of flak for the minor villains you see. Which I can see in some cases. While I’m not as interested with those villains,
I like what they were used for and what energy was given for the fights they were in. That goes with fights like Wheel of Fortune
and The Sun. While Part 3 had its fair share of serious
moments, it also had a lot of comical moments with them. Which was fine, but this was before Dio’s
elite. While we had a moment or two where it seemed
like we lost a member, we got that member back. Once the 9 Glory Gods of Egypt were introduced,
it was a game changer. Or well, in my opinion you only have about
of the four posing a ridiculous threat in my opinion. You can try to figure who I’m not taking
as seriously. But, I think that having N’Doul as the first
Glory God was probably Araki’s best foot forward. With how much power, and effect he’s had,
he’s one of the best Glory Gods. The portrayal of the 9 Glory Gods is shown
off as if every stand user they will encounter in the volumes or episodes after are going
to be on the same calibre of N’Doul. Some of them are made for impactful mental
fights, and some are there to define specific characters. N’Doul has all the important aspects we
get from the other Gods, and he does this as natural as possible. He’s not only the one God to have all these
notable traits, but he’s also the one God to fight the whole Stardust Crusaders. Jotaro, Kakyoin, Polnareff, Joseph, Abdul,
and Iggy were all present and he could’ve taken four of the 6 mentioned. The two he couldn’t take out were the two
that defeated him. N’Doul and Geb are shown to be this powerful
force during the fight, but we were able to get that even before the Crusaders known exactly
what’s going on. This one small scene where you see N’Doul
against a fly. He almost catches it on his own, which by
itself seems crazy since he’s blind. The fly gets away, and he talks about how
he needs more practice maybe. But, instead of trying to catch it again,
he bounces a rock off the ground to exactly strike where the Fly would be. How he’s able to be so vigilant and precise
without requiring vision foreshadows that he’s not like any of the other stand users
they’ve encountered. He’s also one of the very few villains to
have damaged and impact on the Stardust Crusaders. Along the lines of Stand users like Vanilla
Ice, Midler, the Darby’s, and a very few others. Now, getting down into the fight itself. This battle while being an engaged physical
fight, is an intense taxing mind battle. Even before seeing Geb attack anyone, you
can see Jotaro and Joseph being overwhelmingly confused on how a member of the Speedwagon
foundation could drown in the desert. I still don’t understand how the fish got
involved, but I think it was probably done to make the scene even more bizarre. With what happens once Geb attacks, it immediately
puts everyone into defense mode where they’re all trying to figure what should they do. It’s a fast stand that’s strong enough
to rip someone’s head off and put it into a canteen, so you know why they’d be on
such high alert. There’s not much they can do while being
cautious because they don’t know if that Stand would be able to combat their stand. They’re also extremely weary since they
know that this stand user doesn’t care about who they’re going for, and confused because
by process of elimination there should’ve only been one enemy left. There wasn’t a single clue about the 9 Gods
since they had no reason to think there would be more than the tarot card stand users. So, while staying on high alert they try to
think of ways to approach or find the user, and that was the probably one of the most
logical things to do with all the information they’ve compiled over the time of the journey. Yet, this is something that went completely
past what they know. In the midst of talking about Kakyoin being
hypocritical, Geb forming right under their noses. Taking Kakyoin out of the picture was a huge
power move for the plot, but also a huge move from N’Doul to show what they’re against. Polnareff running instead of trying to defend
Kakyoin had shows a feeling that we’ve seen from Polnareff a couple of times, and that’s
him being afraid of the unknown. Since he doesn’t understand how the stand
works or where it’s coming from, the only thing he could do is run. He almost loses his foot, but everyone gets
into the buggy. For what happens after, it’s N’Doul showing
the gap of intelligence and power between him and the Crusaders, but it also shows how
N’Doul can lose focus at times if he’s making light of a situation or he’s too
focused on one thing. Once everyone else is incapacitated and Joseph
is being as useful as he can, it’s a fight between Jotaro and N’Doul. Iggy is also there, but not willingly. One thing that I will continuously think of
in this fight is the range. N’Doul was 4kilometers away from the Crusaders,
rounding it down that’s 13 thousand feet. He was destroying the Crusaders and he was
nowhere near them. If N’Doul was on kill mode the whole time,
it would’ve been game over for everyone. Now, on Jotaro and N’Doul. There were three things that majorly defined
the fight, and two those were out of the box tactics. N’Doul had made Geb kick up sand high enough
so it would fall on Iggy and Jotaro. By doing that, he was able to hear the sand
raining down on them, and could sense them through the sound. That’s one of the smartest tactics I’ve
seen in Part 3, and I am happy that it happened. For a good amount of the fight, I was on N’Doul
said because of how intelligent he’s being presented to be. With being able to combat the entire team,
and taking out 3 of the members, you have to give him credit. Now, what combats N’Doul is how unorthodox
Jotaro can be. In the next fights against the other Glory
Gods, Jotaro has shining moments. These shining moments happen because of Jotaro
doing things that no other person would do. Most of these things can either put himself
in danger or others, but if there’s a chance of Jotaro and others prospering for it, then
he’s down to take that chance. Since Jotaro was being given up by Iggy, and
N’Doul was coming after him, he solved two issues with one tactic. And that tactic? HE THREW IGGY. With how hard he threw Iggy, he’s forcing
N’Doul to recall Geb to defend himself, and Iggy must try to get a grip and use his
stand against N’Doul to stay alive. It’s genius, and something that not everyone
would think of to do since it’s so unconventional. To be honest, I stopped everything once he
threw Iggy had to sit down for a bit because it seemed comical, but it was a smart decision
the whole time. Once N’Doul and Iggy defend themselves from
each other, N’Doul notices that Jotaro is gone. He gets overwhelmed trying to search from
him, but then we all see where he is. This is the third and final thing that defined
the fight, was the silent stand off between Jotaro and N’Doul. Looking at the manga, you can see the tension
purely off of the sound symbols alone, adding on to that you have Iggy who’s on the edge
look at the stand off happen. This is what we finally built up to, and now
we’re ending it off with not only a signature stand off, but a battle of the mind too. Jotaro goes without saying anything for 13
pages, and N’Doul is the only one talking because he realized that Jotaro got the drop
on him. Now, it’s a western draw, and the walking
stick is the counter. This is something that I credit the anime
for, but still believe that the manga had done this better due to the tone that Araki
set being formulated and executed better. When there’s major moments in the manga,
you know it’s important due to how space is taken up. The attack almost took up two whole pages,
but the draw itself took up four pages. The ease in tone after the draw is an extreme
calm tone. In a fight like this, you would think that
the fighters would have a sort of Joseph and Wamuu tone going with how good the fight was,
but it’s completely shifted once N’Doul attacks himself. Once that happens, N’Doul sheds light on
everything that’s been going on and what led up to him coming for the Crusaders. N’Doul was a man who had never feared death. There was never anyone that wasn’t a stand
user that could combat him. He was even above the law since he could do
everything under their nose. But the one time he had he wished to not meet
his fate, was when he was under Dio. Dio was the first person to acknowledge the
value of N’Doul, and he praises Dio for being the God of the forsaken ones. He says that evil needs a saviour as well. Jotaro sees it as Dio making people into fanatics,
but N’Doul isn’t technically wrong. While Dio is using the stand users for his
own personal gain, he’s only using them because he sees potential in what they do. He comforts them for what they are, and needs
them because of who they are. He wants to them to embrace their evil and
build upon it. While he is manipulating them, it wouldn’t
be a surprise to them. They’re evil, and he’s evil, so it only
makes sense that it would happen. Though, that’s something that I’ve never
thought of really. You don’t associate a term like God for
someone like Dio, you think of the other guy. But to think of an evil counter part that’s
exactly equal in the eyes of his followers, it’s new and interesting. The arc is finished up with Iggy showing his
companionship with Jotaro, and doing Iggy things with it. It’s possible that he now respects Jotaro
for defeating someone that made him cower in fear, but he’s still Iggy so he’s still
going to do what he does. This arc was one of the most eventful ones
you’ll see in Part 3, and what it did held weight. He set a tone that made the reader or watcher
think that there was going to be enemies like N’Doul that would possibly have the same
amount of impact. While that isn’t the case, it did a great
job for what it was going for. I appreciate N’Doul and everything he did. Well, except for what he did to Kakyoin, but
at the same time he gave him some cool scars so we’re good. Thank you N’Doul. Thank you all for watching, I hope you enjoyed. If you like character or arc analysis, I have
a playlist with few of my others. Follow my media in the description to stay
updated, and join my discord to met others with the same interests. Hope I
see you all in the next one. Until then, peace out and God speed.

100 comments

  • Willhem

    0:21 I didn´t realized that they are the Egypcian gods and probably Vanilla Ice

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  • Bellatrix Black / Emma Frost

    Jotaro used The World before he punched N'Doul

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  • No Regrets

    Ndoul was the enemy to get a grave

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  • Understrike Betancourt

    Golden Experience 🅱️equiem

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  • Megapichu Gaming

    How to win a battle: yeet a Boston Terrier with a flatulence and attitude problem that loves coffee flavored gum at a blind man with the power to control a water punch ghost…

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  • Lord Psi

    Am I the only one who has no memory of this guy? I watched everything!

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  • Roxas258

    Your video titles always make it sound like you're going to dissect the writing or subtle storytelling of the series, but in the end all you do is read the synopsis and play by play the fights. Fucking boring dude. How do i stop someone's videos being recommended to me lol this shit is weak.

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  • gmac Wizard

    there is also some clever foreshadowing here where jotaro kinda wraps time for a second to dodge the attack in the show down. a subtle hint he has that ability

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  • Alfred Drewes

    Jotaro: I need to distract a guy that's blind and uses sound to track me.
    Jotaro's solution: Throw a dog at him at fastball level speeds.
    Unconventional fight strategies are a staple of Jojo's and is what keeps the fight fresh and interesting to watch.

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  • KONO DIO DA

    Have I told you about the time where my great grandpa's grandson threw a dog at a blind guy in a desert?

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  • doflamingo_420

    This video was made by the hamon gang

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  • Martin Combes

    Who are the exceptions to the glory gods that Kaleb mentions?

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  • sakura

    iggy, be best dog

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  • Yoshikage Kira

    lies, you do think of dio as god because that's literally his name

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  • lets-call-me that-one-guy

    jotaro just punched a guy with a handicap

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  • Mahdi Mohammad

    Whats the background music ? Thanks

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  • Calvinwitha K

    The two people N'doul damaged in this fight ended up dying later lmao, there really was some great foreshadowing here

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  • bdhjz bcdhz

    👏👏✌️👌🙇‍♂️

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  • Anis BEng

    I wonder if N'doul has very good hearing because of his stand ,like Highway star and Yuya Fungami (Yuya was able to smell things way better after getting his stand)

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  • IChaseFish

    "You don't associate a term like God for someone like Dio"
    Dio means God in Italian ._.

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  • Surp Nurp

    Kakyoin! It got his eyes! Kakyoin! Kakyoin!

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  • Sans

    When a Blind man is So Powerfull that he Kicks someone out of The Anime for 20 Episodes to make him comeback and let him die 2 episodes later

    🍩

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  • Skinny Platnuim

    Can you do the art of being an asshole next?

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  • Eric Lecarde

    Without minor villains, you cannot have a great villain. Without a single dull moment, you won't know what's exciting. I see nothing wrong with the "filler" in Stardust Crusaders

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  • Romero XVII

    Jotaro definitely used Za Warudo subconsciously.

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  • Parker Jensen

    All you do in this video is explain very obvious points and rehash what happens in the episode.

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  • Will Titmus

    When it revealed jotaro was then behind him after he threw Iggy I had to pause the show and just wig out for a second it was so cool

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  • Something Somewhat original

    Jotaro's attack on N'doul was a foreshadow of Jotaro's time skip ability. he shouldn't of been able to dodge that stand attack

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  • I personally believe that the earth is a cone.

    Why does N'Doul remind me of Rolf from ed, edd and Eddy?

    I mean look at it closely.

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  • Twisted

    you had to pause and sit down a bit…

    you also watch jojo standing up?

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  • Jonathan Hall

    Too bad he didn't know he could fly or stop time

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  • Greshman17 -

    (3:49)”Him being afraid of the unknown.”

    Part 5 foreshadowing

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  • sketchyforlife

    A lot of people shit of Stardust Crusaders because of the “villain of the week” troupe, but it basically becomes the dominant way that Araki writes each arc. Throughout the next parts it’s almost the same thing so I don’t see why Stardust Crusaders gets the most shit for it.

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  • Giant Dad

    I feel bad for N,doul

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  • Guido Mista

    can we just wait a sec and note how star platinum stopped time manage to hit n'doul at 7:28?
    otherwise he would get hit

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  • Alberto Joestar

    dude i had always thought that iggy took a shit in jotaros hat i never realised it was only his coffee flavored gum

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  • No U Reviews

    I get the Oingo Boingo brothers arent a threat, but who are the other 2?

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  • Odin Satanas

    I'm surprised you don't mention the anime shows jotaro unconcsiously using The World when he punched ndoul at the end there, watch the clip in their final exchange, there's a distortion around SP to dodge the attack
    Love the anime showing foreshadowing jotaro developing that power

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  • Katie Shady

    Abdul…

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  • Reltpid

    I felt Jotaro did the run away thing like the other JoJo's did

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  • simon April

    Nobody talks about N'Doul in the OVA. It's so much better than the anime. It encapsulate the atmosphere of the manga perfectly <3

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  • Will Anthonio Zeppeli

    The art of kakyoin's ugly art

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  • AmplSi

    it makes me think of the beginning of part 4 when Jotaro and Josuke are fighting Aqua Necklace, during which Jotaro says something along the lines of "to think a stand made of water could be so frightening", and yet he'd already seen a very powerful water stand, so powerful that it was one of the few to take on all the crusaders at the same time.

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  • Serverllegion 618

    n'dull was at point blank he nearly ripped jotaros head but just scrached his hair and knoked over jotaro hat clean off(leaving a hole), imagine if he survived, got his eyes fixed ,(be able to see ) he would be able to see better and were to go next

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  • Steves Crafts

    He tweeted Iggy

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  • im replying to this comment

    Remember when stands could fly? And that baby in part4?

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  • angeray shrek

    N'doul is special compared to other dio's servants because he commited stando-side.

    Non of dio's servants cant do it exept for him

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  • Bunnizamy

    When I was beginning Stardust Crusaders, the links wich i was using to watch the anime was swapped; then i was seing the Egypt Hen first, insted of the season one of Stardust, without knowing it.

    When i realized it, I felt really pissed. But now i think that helped me a LOT

    The first impression i had from the anime was the creme de la creme times from part3: N'Doul fight and the amazing Sono Chino Kioku.
    It helped me to pass through the bad aspects of the anime

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  • ari sen

    fun fact: rohan can beat dio if he caught him unguard but not this guy

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  • Tex

    IT GOT KAKYOIN
    KAKYOIN KAKYOIN
    AH KAKYOIN
    IT GOT HIS EYES

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  • Keng Chang

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  • VPagon

    Never thought about N'Doul this way before. Very very cool.

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  • Lalboi Manlun

    Do we call the D'arby brother. D'arbys or D'arbies?

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  • Courier Of Skyrim

    Wow I forgot iggy looked so stupid back then

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  • M-Arkham -ill

    "Foreshadowing isn't character development"

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  • Trash man

    Okay but the problem with this tactic was that N'doul, should've just moved to the right, allowing him to keep his stand out.

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  • Dr. Own

    What is the song at 7:27 ?

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  • its ya boi

    That outro tho, I need to know it

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  • Uodakira

    GEB?
    my brain:
    G O L D E X P E R I E N C E B U R G E R

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  • i honk

    You forgot it gave us this in ova, CUCKYOIN UH AH OOH AH IT GOT HIM UH AH CUCKYION UH AH IT GOT HIS EYES!

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  • GENERALSEAL

    Jojo could’ve deafened that blind guy with a megaphone blind people try to train their sense of hearing

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  • GENERALSEAL

    Hol horse is a dead ringer for Joseph with a touch of polnareff mixed in

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  • MemeMaster Nate

    this is definitely my face when jojo

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  • Herman Martinez

    This Dog empty! YEET!

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  • Undead Meme

    10:10 – Kakyoin: wanna know how I got these scars?

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  • Rainmaker519

    Goddamn make your audio level higher I can't hear you at max volume on my laptop. Like your vids btw,, esp the Stone Ocean theories.

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  • Haroon Khan

    laughs in doppio

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  • o k

    n’doul was hot

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  • tribopower

    9:18 Giorno ?

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  • Fernando Ramos

    Another thing to add to the fly scene…. not only did he hit the fly with that rock using amazing precision and skill, that rock undoubtedly weighed much heavier than that fly. The rock smacked that fly and just dropped to the ground. That means homie actually even gauges the EXACT amount of force needed to kill that fly. Crazy.

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  • Jackarunda Jiralhasari

    lose some weight, THEN we'll talk about JoJo analyses 🙂

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  • why

    JelloApocalypse seeing this video:
    triggered

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  • Alex Korinth

    Yeet dog.

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  • Gino

    I thought you were going to shed some light into something, but this video is just you describing what we all saw/read, and telling us when were were supposed to feel what we felt as watching/reading.

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  • DeeperHavoc

    I know this is probably really late to add to the discussion, but I remember another form of foreshadowing for the encounter with N'Doul done with Iggy's introduction to the Crusaders. After Polnareff tangled with Iggy and was losing, Jotaro made a comment about how the most simplistic of Stands can be very dangerous. This was reinforced by the simplicity of Geb being made out of water, another simplistic but versatile substance like Iggy's The Fool.

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  • Sam Boyd

    "you gave him some cool scars" yeah, for like two days, then he got fucking bodied

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  • Moncef Nice

    Geb = Jeb_
    they both died..
    damn.

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  • Leone Abbacchio

    Fun fact, the first snippet of JJBA I ever saw was from this episode. My parents and I were flickin between channels, and landed on Adult Swim. As we did, we watched a bit of this, coming in on a scene where some dude drinks water and fucking explodes. Pretty bizarre .

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  • Sean Parrish

    Fuck N,Doul how does he dodge my dual heat attack 3 times when he was right in front of me.

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  • Vod Vladislav

    I still can't believe that Iggy is dead…

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  • N BR

    >tfw when you yeet your dog to beat up a blind dude

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  • Jotaro Kujo

    Oingo boingo gang

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  • 666666 666666

    Jotaro be like IGGY YEET

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  • *not a real spy*

    Is no one going to mention how N'douls stand is like a graboid from the tremors franchise… No? Ok

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  • the orangebear

    joseph cheated on susie q thats not cool joseph

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  • joshinken

    Btw id like to point out that since ndoul is 4km for the stardust crusaders there should actually be a 12 second delay between the crusaders doing a thing and ndoul hearing that thing, so in reality that fight would have been won by running in zig-zag

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  • Turai12

    I kinda wish they didn't introduce the glory gods. The tarots were more than enough, made part 3 drag on forever. Easily my least fave part so far.

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  • Guy Who Knows Everything

    OINGO
    B O I N G O
    B R O T H A S

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  • Jeat

    It’s noodle

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  • Ryan Wirth

    I’d like some video with my ads, pretty please.

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  • May-Tine

    Favorite minor villain and arc so far tbh. Both for how intense the mood was, and the fact that I believe it was a reference to my favorite movie, Tremors, as how N'doul fights is extremely similar to the monsters in that movie.

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  • Drake Kennedy

    Dio also gave Kakyoin a cool scar

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  • Commenter Of Truth

    Its probably an enemy stand or something.

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  • CBFan5000

    I think this fight foreshadowed Jotaro being able to stop time. There was definitely something weird going on with that animation of the punch.

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  • Comrade Pingu

    WHY ARE YOU BLACK

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  • Badoat Lyf

    "The Other Guy" is God. The real one.

    Yes, this is the one thing I deign to comment on.

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  • beeswax

    2:59 Did somebody say WRRRRYYYY?

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  • Guy Who Knows Everything

    People sometimes forget how smart Jotaro is. For as much as you gave N’doul credit for being smart, Jotaro figured out his moves while they were being played.

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  • Cool#Star# B.

    Ngl, l cried when N'Doul died ;–;

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  • Mihael Keehl

    The art of Kaleb IA's analyzes…

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