JoJolion - Chapter 19

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"Shakedown Road", Part 2 (『カツアゲロード』 その②, "Katsuage Rōdo" Sono 2), originally Trouble with the Curve, Part 2 (trouble with the curve②) in the UJ release, is the nineteenth chapter of JoJolion and the eight hundred sixty-sixth chapter of the JoJo's Bizarre Adventure manga.


Joshu continues to determine how stepping on the leaves caused Josuke to move, but when Josuke asks, he quickly deletes the footage on his cellphone. The old man asks for recompense, wanting 330,000 yen for the broken water tank and dead turtle. He suggests calling the police over to handle the situation, but Josuke quickly summons Soft & Wet and grabs the old man's neck. The old man doesn't appear to see the Stand, which makes Josuke assume he isn't the enemy Stand user. Josuke explains he doesn't have 330,000 to pay the old man, but ends up paying him 20,000 anyways, with the promise of paying him another 20,000 every time he passes that way going to school.

The two walk off and discuss what had happened. Josuke asks Joshu to borrow his cell phone and films himself. Suddenly, a group of gangsters walk up and accuse Josuke of some wrongdoing. Josuke watches the footage on his phone and notices that he somehow flew backward and elbowed one of the gangster's causing him to drop his phone into a puddle. Once again, Josuke and Joshu are confused as to how this happened. The gangsters explain that on "Shakedown Road", money is extorted as an unspoken rule. As recompense for breaking their phone, they ask for Josuke and Joshu to pick up a package under a nearby flowerpot and deliver it to a woman at a bridge nearby. Two guys are near the woman, wearing black suits.

Josuke ends up asking Joshu if they are companions or not, to which Joshu replies that they are family.


Norisuke Higashikata IV
(Mentioned only)
Yasuho Hirose
(Mentioned only)
Shakedown Road Carrier Girl
(1st appearance)
Shakedown Road Cops
(1st appearance)

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