|“||I must crush my fear! Now is the time... I must overcome it right now! That is what it means to live!||„|
|“||It is only the results that remain in this world! All the actions you take in a world where time is erased are meaningless!||„|
|~ Diavolo to Bruno Burcciarati.|
|“||No one can escape the fate that was chosen for them. All that remains is the end, where you will all perish. Eternal greatness only exists only within myself. Sing a song of sorrow in a world where time has vanished.||„|
|~ Diavolo speaking in Italian in the second opening of JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: Golden Wind, Traitor's Requiem.|
Diavolo is one of the two overarching antagonists of Jojo's Bizarre Adentures Franchise (the other being Kars), serving as the main antagonist of JoJo's Bizarre Adventures: Golden Wind.
Diavolo is the founder of Passione, a drug-dealing organization. He is responsible for the proliferation of Stand users around the world after he discovers Arrows. He is also the alternate personality of Vinegar Doppio and the wielder of his powerful stand King Crimson.
He was voiced by Mitsuru Miyamoto in the PS2 game adaption of JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: Golden Wind, Toshiyuki Morikawa in JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: All-Star Battle and JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: Eyes of Heaven, and Katsuyuki Konishi in the anime adaptation. In the English dub of the anime, he is voiced by Kellen Goff, who also voices Funtime Freddy, Freddy Fazbear, Fredbear, Fiddlesticks, Kai Chisaki, and Techno Pirate.
What Makes Him Pure Evil?
- Killed his mother and other people who raised him by burning down the church and faked his death.
- Although Diavolo showed his compassion to his dissociative mind, Vinegar Doppio, his treatment of him was only an accessory to stay undercover.
- Despite apparantly loving his ex-girlfriend Donatella Una, keeping a photo of her after all this time, he shown to have lied about everything about him, including his name, and whatever love he had for her was more than likely gone when he became a mafia member.
- He discovered 6 stand arrows that he sold five of them to Enya Geil and used one to himself, thus being responsible for many people in the world who got their own stand, including Dio Brando and responsible for Enya Geil giving the arrow to Yoshihiro Kira, who activated a stand on his son Yoshikage Kira. Thus being indirectly responsible for all of Yoshikage Kira's actions in Diamond is Unbreakable.
- He is most likely responsible for every bad thing that every stand user caused.
- Diavolo encouraged the supply of drugs to Italy's youth for the sole purpose of profit.
- Diavolo injured Jean Pierre Polnareff by throwing him off a cliff onto a boulder below.
- Diavolo ordered Cioccolata to brutally torture Sorbet and Gelato after the Hitman Team tried to look into his past.
- Murdered Leaky-Eye Luca due to getting beaten by Giorno.
- After realizing that he had a daughter, Trish Una, Diavolo wanted to kill her personally to clear his trace.
- Ordered Pericolo's suicide after the completion of his mission so that he couldn't be traced through Pericolo.
- Greatly wounded Bruno Bucciarati for protecting his daughter.
- Diavolo killed anyone who tried to uncover his real persona, as he did that to a fortune teller for doing so.
- Though he showed respect towards Risotto Nero upon defeating him, this was merely a means of persuading him into restoring his depleted nutrients.
- Manipulates Narancia into killing Risotto Nero after the latter let his guard down.
- Devoured a frog and drank the blood from the child he kidnapped after the battle with Risotto Nero.
- Kills Leone Abbacchio, who tried to recreate the scene of him taking a picture of his wife.
- Diavolo then murdered Jean Pierre Polnareff before he could hand the arrow to Giorno and his crew.
- Later, he breaks a nearby fence and impales Narancia on it, killing him instantly.
- Diavolo tried to kill his daughter again when pursuing the Requiem Arrow.
- Diavolo does not care much about the lives of others, as he wanted Requiem powers for his Stand, King Crimson.
- His care of his alter-ego, Vinegar Doppio might be considered a mitigating factor, but it could only because as Doppio and Diavolo exist in the same body, harming Doppio might risk Diavolo's life as well as anonymity. He still corrupted Doppio into being a loyal follower of Passione.
- His disgust at sending Cioccolata and Secco to Rome might be taken as remorse, but Diavolo is only disgusted because their actions may lead into an investigation, leading the authorities onto Passione and then Diavolo himself.
Diamond Is Unbreakable