Minor Characters

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This is a list of minor characters featured in the JoJo's Bizarre Adventure series and related media.

Most characters in this section have very little information to warrant a character page, usually due to lack of relevance or backstory.
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Phantom Blood

Mark WatkinLink to this section
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Manga Debut: Chapter 2: Dio Brando the Invader, Part 1
Mark Watkin (マーク・ワトキン Māku Watokin) is the champion of the rural boxing club. Jonathan is meant to fight him as a challenger, but Dio Brando volunteers to have a match against Jonathan instead of Mark. The referee and Mark accept, and Dio emerges victorious.
DarnleyLink to this section
Manga Debut: Chapter 27: Tarkus and the Dark Knight Bruford, Part 2 (Mentioned only)
Anime Debut: Episode 5: The Dark Knights (Mentioned only)
Namesake: Lord Darnley (Scottish king consort)
Darnley (ダーンリー Dānrī) was the husband of Mary Stuart. He was found dead after an explosion, though the true cause of his death was unknown to history. His death was used as an excuse for Mary's execution, as Elizabeth blamed her for his death.
HarryLink to this section
Manga Debut: Chapter 21: Jack the Ripper and Zeppeli the Strange, Part 4 (Mentioned only)
Anime Debut: Episode 5: The Dark Knights (Mentioned only)
Mr. Harry (ハリー Harī) was a resident of Windknight's Lot whose daughter ran away shortly before Dio's arrival in town. It is possible that she was one of the women Dio and Jack the Ripper killed to suck blood. The other residents are seen gossiping about how young people would run away without telling anyone, mentioning her as an example.
Jeff BackLink to this section
Manga Debut: Chapter 41: Fire and Ice, Jonathan and Dio, Part 3 (Mentioned only)
Anime Debut: Episode 5: The Dark Knights (Mentioned only)
Namesake: Jeff Beck (English guitarist)
Jeff Back (ジェフ・バック Jefu Bakku) was a farmer who spotted four outsiders (Jonathan Joestar, Robert E. O. Speedwagon, Tonpetty and Straizo) burning Dio Brando's clothes under the cliffs of his empty mansion after his defeat.
Dan HamarLink to this section
Manga Debut: Chapter 41: Fire and Ice, Jonathan and Dio, Part 3 (Mentioned only)
Anime Debut: Episode 5: The Dark Knights (Mentioned only)
Namesake: Jan Hammer (Czech-American musician)
Dan Hamar (ダン・ハマー Dan Hamā) was a fisherman who reported to the police that his boat was stolen by a person of Asian descent. As of the morning of December 15th[1], his boat had not been found, though police were investigating whether the case had any relation to the missing people of Windknight's Lot.
The 77 Rings Challenge WinnersLink to this section
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Winzaleo (獅子王ウィンザレオ Shishiō Winzareo), Eijkman (イナズマの騎士アイクマン Inazuma no Kishi Aikuman), and Caineghis (独眼のカイネギス Dokugan no Kainegisu) are three of the only five knights who survived the 77 Rings challenge, winning the challenge over a century before Tarkus and Bruford in 1563. The Lion King Winzaleo won in 1327, the Knight of Lightning Eijkman won in 1389, and the one-eyed Caineghis won in 1408.

The three are playable in the Phantom Blood PS2 game, and also appear in the alternate final chapter. Winzaleo carries a giant battle-axe, Eijkman utilizes an electrified halberd, and Caineghis wields a poisonous scimitar. Their appearances are changed dramatically from the manga.

Father StyxLink to this section

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Manga Debut: Chapter 42: Fire and Ice, Jonathan and Dio, Part 4
Anime Debut: Episode 9: The Final Ripple!
Namesake: Styx (American rock band)
Voice Actor: Masayuki Katô (Japanese), Chris Hackney (English)

Father Styx (スティクス神父 Sutikusu-shinpu) is an alcoholic priest sent to Mexico via the boat Jonathan and Erina board in order to convert the locals. During the voyage, the unhappy priest drops his cross, which falls through a grate and lands near Dio's coffin. While retrieving the cross, the curious priest triggers a booby trap, causing a metal ball to shoot out and obliterate his face.

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