Golden Wind - Episode 34

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The Requiem Quietly Plays, Part 1 (鎮魂歌(レクイエム)は静かに奏でられる その①, Rekuiemu wa Shizuka ni Kanaderareru Sono 1)[1] is the thirty-fourth episode of Golden Wind and the one-hundred-forty-seventh episode of JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: The Animation. The episode covers from the end of Chapter 571 to Chapter 574 of the original manga.

Struck by the Arrow, Silver Chariot has transformed into Chariot Requiem, which takes the Arrow and protects it. Moreover, Chariot Requiem has manipulated eveyone's souls and caused the heroes to switch bodies.


Diavolo falls asleep as the figure takes the arrow

Diavolo has taken the Arrow for himself but suddenly, a new person entirely clad in black appears in front of him, walking away. Although Diavolo orders them to stop and say who they are, he inadvertently drops the Arrow and begins to fall asleep against his will. Likewise, Giorno, Mista, Trish, Coco Jumbo and the entirety of Rome including all animals are put to sleep. Meanwhile, the new being proceeds to descend the stairs of the Coliseum to the ground level.

Time passes and the sky lights up for dawn. Giorno and Trish slowly awake and realize that it is nearly dawn, meaning they've just slept through the night. Giorno then realizes that his hands are bleeding, prompting Trish to run to cover and grab both Coco Jumbo and Mista's gun while calling Giorno out to her. Confusion ensues as Giorno calls himself, and Trish then is suprised by her body. As Mista and Narancia wake up, the group understands that their souls have swapped between bodies.

Trish and Mista realize they have swapped bodies

Mista has switched with Trish while Giorno has switched with Narancia. Giorno tries to analyze the situation as the body swap doesn't look like an attack. For her part, Trish takes the situation particularly badly, being disgusted by Mista's body and being embarrassed that Mista is in hers. Narancia worries about Bucciarati lying on the ground but is told to stay away as Bucciarati must have been swapped and the whereabouts of the Boss and their contacts are unknown. Surprisingly, the group then discovers that their Stands have been empowered to some degree which puzzles Giorno even more. Discovering the state of Rome, the group then ponder who is inside of Bucciarati as Trish notices that she cannot sense her father anymore.

Polnareff has swapped bodies with the turtle

Suddenly, Coco Jumbo itself starts to speak. Indeed, Jean Pierre Polnareff's soul has been put inside the turtle. Explaining the circumstances of his demise, Polnareff then declares that this body swap was caused by the new Silver Chariot, Chariot Requiem. The turtle then narrates an incident during which he accidentally pricked Silver Chariot with the Arrow, causing a similar switching of souls then stopping it by taking the Arrow from his Stand's hands; as such, the group may unlock a formidable ability on par with Chariot Requiem's soul manipulation although it requires them to bypass Chariot Requiem. Finally, Polnareff warns the team that Diavolo has somehow been working alongside a mysterious boy in spite of his mistrust.

Bucciarati in Diavolo's body

Narancia suddenly notices someone coming from an entrance and sees that it is Diavolo himself. Positioning themselves into an ambush position, the group see "Diavolo" confronting Chariot Requiem. To their surprise, "Diavolo" summons Sticky Fingers to attack Chariot, cutting off the hand that was holding the Arrow. Bucciarati has swapped with Diavolo and is now in his body.


The Arrows' Creator
(Mentioned only)
Vinegar Doppio
(Mentioned only)


Script (脚本)
Shogo Yasukawa
ヤスカワ ショウゴ
Storyboard (絵コンテ)
Minoru Ohara
大原 実
Episode Director (演出)
Norihito Takahashi
高橋 謙仁
Chief Animation Director (総作画監督)
石本 峻一
田中 春香
Animation Director (作画監督)
Kazunori Shibata
Akiko Toyoda
Yui Kinoshita
Masaki Takasaka
Yukitoshi Houtani
Kiko Morifuji
Haruka Tanaka
Shunichi Ishimoto
柴田 和紀
豊田 暁子
木下 由衣
高阪 雅基
宝谷 幸稔
森藤 希子
田中 春香
石本 峻一
Firearms Animation Director
宝谷 幸稔
Action Animation Director (アクションディレクター)
鈴木 勘太
岩崎 安利
Key Animation (原画)
Kiyoshi Nochi
Kazuyuki Ikai
Kiichirou​ Ohara​
Takashi Hirabayashi
Kanta Suzuki
Eiichi Morita
Yasunori Yamaguchi
Kazunori Shibata
Kotaro Okazaki
Mika Hironaka
Akio Shimotsukasa
Junichi Yokoyama
Gin Kugumiya
Ayako Ishihara
Koki Sugawara
Manabu Imura
能地 清
飯飼 一幸
小原 木一郎
平林 孝
鈴木 勘太
森田 映一
山口 保則
柴田 和紀
岡崎 耕太朗
廣中 美佳
下司 晃生
横山 じゅんいち
久々宮 ぎん
石原 彩子
菅原 浩喜
井村 学
2nd Key Animation (第二原画)
Takahiro Shikama
Masako Ishino
Tomoyoshi Murayama
Miyuki Kawano
Yuutarou​ Miyagiki​
Eiichi Morita
Mizuki Miyata
Maimi Kondo
Tenya Sato
Natsue Chibayama
Sayaka Anesaki
Rie Takahashi
Tomoko Fukushima
Yoshihiro Itoo
Megumi Itoi
Reki Taki
Yui​ Endo
Tae Inotsume
Yuta Shinohara
Ayai​ Ogami
Yui Tagami
Yuki Sakai
Shun Sato
Kyo Akihide​
Youki Ebisu
Rie Arakawa
Mahora Muraki
Animation Planet
Asahi Production
Triple A
鹿間 貴裕
石野 まさ子
村山 友良
河野 美由紀
宮崎 雄太郎
森田 映一
宮田 瑞生
近藤 まい美
佐藤 天哉
千葉山 夏恵
姉崎 早也花
高橋 梨恵
福島 友子
伊東 佳宏
糸井 恵
滝 れーき
遠藤 柚衣
猪爪 多恵
篠原 佑太
上家 礼衣
田上 ゆい
酒井 悠樹
佐藤 瞬
姜 昭英
胡 陽樹
荒川 理恵
村木 麻保良
Triple A
In-between Animation Inspection (動画チェック)
David Production
Nana Nomiya
野宮 菜那
In-Between Animation Inspection Assistance
Shotaro Imai
今井 翔太郎
In-between Animation (動画)
Digital In-Between Animation
David Production
Sakura Shiba
Kyouka Hachiman
柴 さくら
八幡 匡耶
Powered by CACANi
Asahi Production
Triple A
Seven Seas
Triple A
Design Cooperation (デザイン協力)
Hirohisa Onikubo
Sayaka Anesaki
Nakakatsu Hibi
鬼窪 浩久
姉崎 早也花

火日 仲克
David Production
Mai Nakazono
Natsuki Horimoto
Kanae Aoki
Norika Seki
中園 麻衣
堀本 夏生
青木 香菜絵
関 乃梨佳
Digital Works (デジタルワークス)
David Production
P. Taweeporn
Tomoaki Makitera
牧寺 智昭


Golden Wind Episode 34: The Requiem Quietly Plays, Part 1
Start End Title OST Description

Golden Wind: Finale
Chariot Requiem walks away from Diavolo
Golden Wind: Intermezzo
Everyone falls asleep
Requiem for a Traitor
Requiem for a Traitor
Golden Wind: Overture
Trish and Giorno are acting unusual
Golden Wind: Overture
Trish does not understand Giorno
Golden Wind: Intermezzo
Everyone's bodies have been swapped
Golden Wind: Finale
The team's reaction to their swapped bodies
Golden Wind: Overture
Trish is mad over Mista
Golden Wind: Finale
Narancia wonders who is inside Bruno's body
Golden Wind: Overture
The Stands have powered up
Golden Wind: Intermezzo
Passerby bodies are also swapped
Golden Wind: Finale
Bucciarati's team think where Diavolo is
Golden Wind: Finale
Polnareff (as Coco Jumbo) meets Giorno
il vento d'oro
Golden Wind: Overture
Golden Wind: Finale
Polnareff explains what the Arrow does
Golden Wind: Finale
Polnareff tells Chariot Requiem's ability
Golden Wind: Finale
Bruno's team sees Diavolo running at Chariot Requiem
nella cerniera
Golden Wind: Overture
Bruno's soul is inside Diavolo's body
Modern Crusaders
Modern Crusaders
il vento d'oro
Golden Wind: Overture
Next Episode Title

Manga/Anime Differences

  • Bucciarati is now shown falling to the ground.
  • Several minor characters featured in the story arc are shown asleep before their appearance in the manga.
  • Narancia no longer checks his watch to confirm they were asleep for six or seven hours, and instead just estimates they were asleep for a few hours.
  • Narancia's line observing that the ability that caused them all to fall asleep seems completely different from King Crimson's ability has been cut.
  • Mista (in Trish's body) has a line added reacting to Narancia recalling his wounds from the mold.
  • The scene of Trish (in Mista's body) lamenting her predicament is lengthened.
  • Trish also now reprimands Mista after he spits on the ground.
  • Several scenes of the civilians having been affected by the body swap are shown before their original placement in the manga.
  • Narancia is shown jumping up to the top of the stone wall to check the next floor of the colosseum.
  • Mista and Trish have interjections added as Polnareff explains the situation with Chariot Requiem.
  • Polnareff's flashback with Chariot Requiem is more elaborate, showing original shots of him taking the Arrow from Chariot Requiem and the Stand reverting back to Silver Chariot.
  • Polnareff's stiletto-designed right prosthetic was changed to his current day design in the flashback.
  • Polnareff is shown in his house rather than outside in the flashback.
  • Polnareff has a line added before Giorno asks about killing Silver Chariot emphasizing that they must obtain the arrow to defeat Diavolo.
  • Giorno (in Narancia's body) reacting to Polnareff's explanation of The Boss being a duo has been added.
  • Bucciarati (in Diavolo's body) is shown running up to the Colosseum before reaching the entrance.
  • The group recognizes Diavolo's face after moving into position by the entrance rather than before like in the manga.
  • Giorno summons Gold Experience in an attempt to attack "Diavolo" before he reaches Chariot Requiem.

In other languages

Language Title Translation
Japan Japanese 鎮魂歌(レクイエム)は静かに奏でられる その① The Requiem Quietly Plays, Part 1
United States of America English The Requiem Quietly Plays, Part 1
Spain Spanish El réquiem suena en serenidad - Primera Parte The Requiem Quietly Plays - Part 1
Brazil Portuguese O Réquiem Toca Silenciosamente - Parte 1 The Requiem Quietly Plays - Part 1
France French Le requiem résonne en silence, Partie 1 The Requiem Quietly Resonates, Part 1
Germany German Leise erklingt das Requiem, Teil 1 The Requiem Quietly Plays, Part 1
Israel Hebrew הרקוויאם מתנגן בשקט — חלק 1 The Requiem Quietly Plays — Part 1
Flag of the Arab League Arabic موسيقى العزاء تُعزَف بهدوء، الجزء 1 The Requiem Quietly Plays, Part 1
Italy Italian Un requiem sommesso, parte 1 A Quiet Requiem, Part 1
Russia Russian Реквием играют тихо, часть 1 The Requiem Quietly Plays, Part 1
Poland Polish Ciche Requiem: część 1 Silent Requiem: Part 1


Episode thirty-four features Diavolo's version of the opening. The lines in Italian aren't me. I'm so glad they didn't ask me to record those lines! I enjoyed reading about the fans' reactions on social media. It was great seeing everyone so hyped up about the new version of the opening!
Katsuyuki Konishi, Blu-Ray limited edition commentaries
Chariot Requiem is really scary. It's violent, and the fact it doesn't speak is also scary. But being able to see Chariot Requiem animated made me happy as a viewer. The switched consciousness was fun, too. It's a relief to know that the comedy of typical JoJo's dialogue still exists within such tense developments.
Fuminori Komatsu, Blu-Ray limited edition commentaries
1. A Respite During Battle

The story becomes heavier as it nears its end. Director Takahashi aimed to have this episode be a rest stop for viewers before the highs and lows of the following episodes. "We hope this episode prepares viewers for the tragedy ahead. If the interactions amongst the gang in the first half make you laugh, then I'd call it a success."

2. Acting After the Switch, Part 1

Takahashi reveals that most of the recordings were done in one take. "They had all grasped the others' characteristics, so I had no complaints. It was all thanks to the cast members themselves, who had guided each other along on line delivery." Takahashi had nothing but respect watching the cast members aim higher.

3. Acting After the Switch, Part 2

Not wanting to lose to the voice performances, the staff put effort into the characters' movement and poses. Takahashi explains, "We went slapstick for Mista's pose as Trish, while we had Trish walk crudely bowlegged as Mista. Giorno was made to look a bit younger as Narancia. The animators brought out exactly what I was aiming for."

4. Polnareff's Retirement

According to Takahashi, Polnareff had retired to southern France after losing to Diavolo the first time. "We decided he sets himself straight after that battle, and the book on his desk shows him researching the arrow. Of course, he's drinking house red."
—Kenji Takahashi, Blu-Ray limited edition commentaries


  • According to Lizzie Freeman, Trish's English voice actress, while voicing Mista's reaction to being in Trish's body, she was glad that no one had to see her when recording these lines as she was doing so at home.[2]


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