Jojo: What Happened to Giorno After Part 5?
Giorno Giovanna, the protagonist of Part 5, is one of the most popular and iconic characters in the series Stone Ocean. Many fans were left wondering what happened to Giorno after that point.
Do we ever see Giorno after part 5?
Although it is not yet confirmed whether or not we will see Giorno in part 6 or beyond, there are still a few fun theories that you can read about.
One theory is that Giorno went to the present day and has already made his way up in the mafia. Another theory is that he got sucked into another timeline and create his own timeline where he’s already a high-level mob boss. It follows the story of Giorno Giovanna and takes place after the events of Diamond is Unbreakable. Giorno Giovanna aspired to be a “Gang-Star,” but achieving such a lofty goal would be difficult.
This article discusses one of these theories and gives you more information about it so you can decide what the truth really is.
Does Giorno return in Part 6?
In Part 5, Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure: Diamond is Unbreakable, Part 6, and the final episode of part 6 of the anime series, Giorno Giovanna was saved by a Stand. The stand’s power allowed Giorno to escape into another dimension.
Some people are already speculating if Giorno will return in the final episode of part 6. They speculate that he will return to help Jojo defeat his father. However, there has not been any confirmation yet on whether or not this will happen.
Golden Wind is the fifth part of the series
Giorno is looking for a way to beat Diavolo, but he doesn’t know what that way is. He believes that he can find the answer from the perspective of a bystander, who has seen everything and knows everything.
Golden Wind was born as a result of Giorno’s wish to understand his own power in order to defeat Diavolo. His power is so great that it can create miracles with just one touch and heal everyone, even if they are dead. However, he doesn’t know what to do with it because his mind keeps changing every time he tries to use it.
Giorno believed that Golden Wind could provide him with the answer when he saw him in action. Giorno spent the entirety of Golden Wind trying to find a means to defeat Diavolo and ascend to the top of Passione. He finally got his hands on the Stand arrow, which was key to his success, after a lot of effort Giorno was able to take his Stand to the next level as a result of it.
With the evolution of Gold Experience into Gold Experience Requiem, Giorno was able to easily defeat Diavolo and claim the title of Passione’s boss.
What Giorno Did During Part 6
Giorno is one of the main characters in JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure. He is a young man who has a strong sense of justice and fights for what he believes in. He also happens to be an Italian guy with a lot of confidence and swagger, which makes him really popular among the ladies.
Giorno is almost never mentioned at any point in Stone Ocean, despite being one of the main characters. This shows how much Giorno has been overshadowed by other characters such as Dio and Jonathan Joestar.
Enrico Pucci, the villain of Stone Ocean, comes into contact with a trio of young men. He refers to them as the “Children of DIO,” which turns out to be more literal than expected when it is revealed that each of the three also bears the Joestar birthmark. These boys, like Giorno, were the result of brief, damaging affairs that DIO had over the years. Pucci tells them that they’ve been drawn here by fate, even beyond what normally draws Stand users together, and convinces them to live up to their heritage by assisting him in carrying out his plan. They set out to stop Jolyne and her friends, giving Pucci the time he needs to complete his plan.
Prior to Jojolion, these three men were the only antagonists with the Joestar birthmark. They are all half-brothers not only with each other but also with Giorno, as DIO’s children. Why wasn’t Giorno summoned to Florida at the same time as these three were “drawn” to Pucci? And, while all three chose to support Pucci, they did so willingly; even if Giorno was drawn there, that didn’t mean he had to play the antagonist to Jolyne. Indeed, it would have been an excellent reason for Jolyne and Giorno to collaborate, especially since Giorno would recognize her father’s name.
As cool as it would have been to see Giorno and Jolyne fighting alongside each other to save Jotaro, there’s one obvious meta-fictional reason why this didn’t happen. Simply put, Giorno’s Stand, Golden Wind Requiem is overpowering. If Giorno had been introduced into the story, he could easily have defeated Pucci and brought the plot to a halt. Jotaro’s Star Platinum, on the other hand, is insanely powerful, but that didn’t stop him from being included in the story. Jotaro’s Stand is out of practice, bringing him down to a more reasonable power level, and there’s no reason Giorno couldn’t be the same – especially since Stone Ocean is set 10 years after Golden Sun.