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Looks like Justice wants to dance with you.
—Enya the Hag, Chapter 156

Justice (ジャスティス(正義), Jasutisu) is the Stand of Enya the Hag, featured in the third part of the JoJo's Bizarre Adventure series, Stardust Crusaders. It is a Stand of fog often in the shape of a crowned skull and hands, capable of creating illusions and puppeteering its victims by invading their wounds.


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Justice primarily takes the appearance of a massive cloud of fog, being large enough to envelop a small cemetery. When materialized, it appears as a skeletal phantom wearing a large crown decorated with jeweled arches and a spike on top, with the clouds of fog swirling around its head and hands like a robe. The skull of Justice also lacks some teeth. In the anime, it has two right hands, much like its user, Enya, and her son.

It represents the tarot card Justice. The card normally symbolizes consequences and a need to recognize them, but the symbolism is twisted in Enya's case. The Stand personifies her obsession with revenge against the world and particularly those who slight her and her son.

Color Schemes

The series is known for alternating colors between media, the information presented below may or may not be canon.
Fog(Light gray with purple highlights.)
Fog(Light gray)
Fog(Blue-tinted gray)
Skull(Bone white)
(Golden with a red inside, and a purple jewel.)
Fog(Light gray)
Skull(Bone white)
(Rotten green with navy blue fingernails.)
(Golden with a brown inside, and pink jewels.)


Justice is a terrifyingly powerful Stand because of its very nature and power. Despite the ridiculous way Jotaro defeated it, Justice is one of the most powerful Stands in the series due to its quasi-invulnerability as a fog Stand and ability to control anyone's body through an open wound.

Fog String Puppetry

Any wounded man becomes a puppet for Justice

Justice's foremost power allows it to control the bodies of others through an open wound.[2]

When someone is wounded on any part of their body (to facilitate this, Enya uses a pair of scissors to cut people), the victim's flowing blood will be absorbed into the fog and Justice then creates a perfectly clean, round hole on the victim which can pierce through a sufficiently thin body part like the wrist or the tongue.[2]

Justice then sends a string of fog into the hole like thread tied to a puppet and takes control of the associated body part like a puppeteer. Enya can then make the controlled parts move as she wishes, being able to throw Polnareff to the ceiling[3] or make Hol Horse shoot himself.[2]

Justice's puppetry power is so powerful it can take control of dozens of corpses and manipulate them with precision, which can result in a large band of puppets under the control of Justice.[4] Despite being mere skeletons, the puppets appear as normal humans, though with deformed features and holes all over their body.


A graveyard that was disguised as a town by Justice

Justice can manifest incredibly realistic and detailed illusions anywhere within its range.

Enya was able to generate an entire illusive city over a graveyard, with the impression of actual solid buildings that only vanished when she was defeated,[5] and nearly killed Joseph Joestar by disguising a metal fence as their car and tricking him into jumping onto it.[6] Moreover it can also disguise the skeletons she takes control of as living humans who can converse with others.[6] In the OVA series, Enya also uses her mist to take the appearance of an attractive woman, who is likely a younger version of herself.

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Creation and Development

Hirohiko Araki named the Stand "Justice" because he likes how it makes one ponder about what "justice" really is and how subjective it is. inspiration for why he had the Stand "infect" the town and why he had it in the form of "fog" came from horror films, specifically how there are several that deal with some sort of unknown virus coming down from space and putting humanity in danger. Finally, Araki believes that having the mental strength to control an entire town's worth of corpses would match up closely to how much is needed to stop time, and that Justice's concept had a strong impact on readers overall.[7]

Araki also calls Justice a scary natural phenomenon of the desert, and a great Stand because it simply has a skull with a few holes. He also mentions that there are times when he's made an enemy like Justice too strong.[8]



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