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Let me hear your pleasant secrets! (心地よい秘めよう聞かせてくれよ!, Kokochiyoi hime yō kika sete kure yo!)

Caineghis the One-Eyed Man (独眼のカイネギス, Dokugan no Kainegisu) is a tertiary character featured in the first part of the JoJo's Bizarre Adventure series, Phantom Blood. He is one of the only five knights to survive and win the trial of the 77 Rings. He is omitted in the anime adaptation, but appears as a playable character in the Phantom Blood PlayStation 2 game with an original design.


Caineghis among other knights

In the video game, Caineghis appears as a man with an athletic build and dark pink lipstick. He has long dark hair with a large, wavy bang covering his right eye, which is presumably missing given his epithet. He has a small iris in his left eye and lacks eyebrows. Caineghis is shirtless but wears a chainmail coif around his neck, metal strips on his shoulders, and fishnet sleeves on his upper arms. On the center of his pants is a gold emblem with "DIO" engraved on it.

In the manga, it is unknown which knight is specifically Caineghis. However, it is possible that he is the knight in the back as he is holding a scimitar and the other two knights have certain features resembling the video game designs of Winzaleo and Eijkman.

Color Schemes

The series is known for alternating colors between media, the information presented below may or may not be canon.
Skin(Pale, dark pink lipstick)
(Blue-gray armor, Dark pink pants, gold emblem, light blue strings)


His personality in the manga is unknown, as he was only mentioned. In the video game, Caineghis tends to be in a hunched over posture while fighting. He is described in the game's Profile Mode as a knight who, contrary to his position, prefers to use the most underhanded solutions possible due to his perverse personality. Based on his quotes, he seems to be sadistic.[3]


Superhuman StrengthLink to this section
Being the third knight out of five to complete the 77 Rings challenge, Caineghis is extremely durable and capable of withstanding the weight of more than a hundred kilograms on his body. Despite having a handicap by wearing several weighted rings, Caineghis manages to defeat all of his opponents and cross a 10km mountain range.[1]

The information below derives from the Phantom Blood PS2 game which was not written by Araki. As such, it may not be considered canon.

Poisonous ScimitarLink to this section
Caineghis utilizes a scimitar infused with poison to eliminate his opponents. He is skilled with wielding it, as he can slash multiple people at the same time while he spins. He can also easily toss and catch his blade.
After being revived as a zombie by Dio Brando in the video game, Caineghis's strength is multiplied at the cost of making him weak to sunlight and the Ripple.

Concludes non-canon section.



In 1408, Caineghis is the third knight to survive and successfully complete the challenge of the 77 Rings. He goes down in history as a legendary knight alongside Winzaleo, Eijkman, Bruford, and Tarkus.[1]

The information below derives from the Phantom Blood PS2 game which was not written by Araki. As such, it may not be considered canon.


Fighting Jonathan

Nearly five hundred years later, Caineghis is revived by Dio Brando along with the other winners of the 77 Rings challenge. Following Dio's orders, Winzaleo, Eijkman, Caineghis, and Wang Chan sneak aboard a ship headed to America. After Dio takes over Father Styx's body, he summons the three zombie knights to defeat Jonathan Joestar for him.

In the end, Jonathan defeats him along with the other knights.

Concludes non-canon section.


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Chapters in order of appearance


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Creation and Development

According to Yusuke Sasaki, a producer from Bandai Namco Games, Caineghis was initially designed by their staff. They asked Hirohiko Araki to take a look at him, who then made corrections.[4]

The three knights were added in the final battle of the game because the game producer thought Wang Chan wouldn't be a good final boss if he remained completely accurate to the story. However, he didn't want to completely stray away from JoJo's story, so Araki gave him various ideas.[4]

Video Games

Phantom Blood (PS2)

Caineghis is playable for one Extra Battle in the Phantom Blood PS2 game where he has to defeat Winzaleo, Eijkman, Bruford, and Tarkus at the same time. He also appears as an enemy in the alternate final chapter and 77 Rings Knights Mode.

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Normal Combo
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Spin Cutter
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Bloody Slash
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Rapid Stab
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Sonic Stab
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Body Press
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Mega Crush
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Sonic Cutter

Available Stages: Extra Battle 30



  • Ironically, Caineghis, Eijkman, and Winzaleo are not playable in the PS2 game's 77 Rings Knights Mode, as they appear in the mode as the 33rd, 55th, and 77th enemies respectively.
  • An advertisement for the game in Shonen Jump 2006 Issue #47 misspelled the name of Caineghis (カイネギス, Kainegisu) as Caighines (カイギネス, Kaiginesu) in Japanese.


  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Chapter 28: Tarkus and the Dark Knight Bruford, Part 3
  2. Unconfirmed, but this voice actor is listed in the credits without his role stated and matches Caineghis's voice, as can be heard here
  3. Phantom Blood (PS2 Game)
  4. 4.0 4.1 Phantom Blood PS2 (10/2006)

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