Foo Fighters

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This article is about the Stand. For the character, see Foo Fighters.
Foo Fighters! If you're going to refer to me, call me by that name! (『フー・ファイターズ』!! わたしの事を呼ぶならそう呼べ!)
—Foo Fighters, Stone Ocean Chapter 30: There's Six of Us!, Part 5

Foo Fighters (フー・ファイターズ, Fū Faitāzu) is a Stand featured in the sixth part of the JoJo's Bizarre Adventure series, Stone Ocean. Foo Fighters grants a colony of plankton a shared consciousness and intellect, allowing the colony to both develop its own personality and fully weaponize its unique nature.


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Outside of Atroe's body, the colony of plankton that comprises Foo Fighters takes the form of a tall, dark, robotic humanoid of masculine proportions, with an alien visage meant to resemble something insectoid or reptilian. It has been compared to a chameleon, a mutant, a space alien, and an alternate version of Hierophant Green.[1] Being comprised of actual physical plankton, this form is visible even to non-Stand users.[2]

As F.F.'s identity develops due to her bond with Jolyne, her colony form takes on a more human appearance resembling Atroe's while still retaining some of its distinctive features.

Color Schemes

The series is known for alternating colors between media, the information presented below may or may not be canon.
Body(Black and gray, yellow patterns.)
(Black, gray and teal with golden patterns.)


As a unique fusion of a plankton colony and Stand, Foo Fighters is a proficient and adept fighter. At a physical level, Foo Fighters is more than a match for the power-type Stand Stone Free, being able to deflect its punches and overpower it.[3] Although Foo Fighters is particularly resilient to physical attacks, she is very dependent on a constant water supply to allow the colony to survive; without a supply of water, the plankton that comprise Foo Fighters immediately begin to break down and die.[4]

Colony Form

Foo Fighters multiplying itself in the water

Foo Fighters's peculiar nature as a sentient colony of plankton gives her several abilities.

First and foremost, Foo Fighters's nature means that she has no physical weakness. There is no limb to hurt or vital point to strike to kill her, and thus she is impervious to conventional attacks. However, Foo Fighters can still be threatened by damage to the whole colony. Although fragile individually, the colony can muster enough strength as a collective to pry open an automatic door.[5]

As a colony acting with a unified will, Foo Fighters can produce like-minded sub-bodies by splitting the colony into several parts.[4][6] This ability allows Foo Fighters to effectively fight multiple opponents and act stealthily in the middle of battle. Even if the vast majority of the plankton dies, only one needs to survive for Foo Fighters to be able to fully regenerate, given access to a supply of water.[7] With enough water, Foo Fighters can even cover a whole room and use its mass to attack.[8]

Body Invasion

By infiltrating someone's body, Foo Fighters can take over their consciousness and have access to their memories.[4] This ability allows her to wear their skin as a disguise to infiltrate human society for an indefinite period of time. Notably, Foo Fighters takes over Atroe's corpse after her initial defeat, and impersonates her for a period of several months until sacrificing her body in her fight against Whitesnake. She can also shape her host to her liking[9] and contort itself beyond regular human limitations, to the extent that she can slip through barred fences unharmed.[10]

Parasitism allows Foo Fighters to survive without a constant intake of water, but reduces her ability to multiply and disperse herself. Moreover, she becomes susceptible to the host body losing moisture by bleeding out.[11]


Due to limited sources of hydration, Foo Fighters's regeneration is limited while operating inside a host body. Beyond occasionally seeping out small bundles of her colony as extra limbs[12] or methods of invading tight spaces and nearby liquids,[13] Foo Fighters has devised at least two novel distinct uses for her abilities on land.

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Foo Fighters learns to shoot small parts of her colony as if she was using a gun, later incorporating plankton-composed pistol parts into her hand in the process.[14] The bits of the plankton colony can also invade someone's body and take control or damage it from the inside.[15][16] The shots have enough strength to pierce through skin.[12]
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Foo Fighters's plankton can plug up wounds and reconnect broken tissues. This can prevent someone from bleeding out, potentially saving them from death,[17] and even restore the functioning of organs, such as eyes and fingers. She can also manipulate the plankton's form to match the appearance of the surrounding tissue. The plankton will remain in the wound until it heals through natural means.[18]

The most unorthodox use of her abilities is demonstrated when Foo Fighters disperses the individual planktons through about a third of a cup of water, shaping it into a small mirror floating in mid-air.[13]

Video Games

Monster Strike (Android/iOS)

Foo Fighters appears as a non-playable boss character in the mobile game Monster Strike.

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Foo Fighters
Sling Type: N/A
Element: WaterIcon.png
Rarity: N/A
Boss Only
Strike Shot: N/A
Bump Combo

Puzzle & Dragons (Android/iOS)

Foo Fighters was obtainable for a limited time as an Assist Evolution in the mobile game Puzzle & Dragons.

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Foo Fighters
Attributes: WoodIcon2.png
Rarity: 6★ (Assist Evolution)
No. 9594
2,499 (Lvl.99)
3,167 (Lvl.99)
59 (Lvl.99)
Active Skill: "Intellect"
2x Orb move time for 5 turns; vastly reduces damage for 1 turn
Leader Skill: "N/A"

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