Minor Items in Stardust Crusaders

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This is a list of minor items appearing in JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: Stardust Crusaders.

The items featured in this list do not have enough information to justify an article, mainly due to lack of relevance, but are still notable.
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Part 3: Stardust Crusaders

Spirit PhotographsLink to this section
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Manga Debut: Chapter 117: The Man with the Star Birthmark
Anime Debut: SC Episode 1: A Man Possessed by an Evil Spirit

Photographs taken by Joseph Joestar as a result of smashing a camera with his hand and Hermit Purple. During the events of Stardust Crusaders and Diamond is Unbreakable, they would serve to give clues to the Joestar Group about their enemies. One particular photograph of DIO allowed Star Platinum to spot a Hue Hue Fly in the background, enabling the group to confirm his presence in Egypt. Another photograph would hint the group about DIO's lair, facilitating their journey.

In Diamond is Unbreakable, one spirit photograph warned Jotaro Kujo and Josuke Higashikata about Anjuro Katagiri. The threat of the photographs also lured Akira Otoishi in the open, enabling his defeat.

DIO's Crystal BallLink to this section
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Manga Debut: Chapter 127: Dark Blue Moon, Part 1
Anime Debut: SC Episode 5: Silver Chariot
Playboy MagazineLink to this section
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Manga Debut: Chapter 131: Strength, Part 2
Anime Debut: SC Episode 7: Strength
An adult magazine that Forever reads while inside his cage. The magazine contains a foldout poster of the model Tawnni Cable. The cover of the magazine is based on the August 1989 issue of Playboy Japan, which featured the model Brandi Brandt.
Judgement's Magic LampLink to this section
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Manga Debut: Chapter 174: Judgement, Part 1
Anime Debut: SC Episode 21: Judgement, Part 1
An Arabic oil lamp similar to the legends of Aladdin and the genie. It is covered in barnacles but one can distinguish a face carved onto it. When rubbed, Judgement will come out of it although it is unlikely that it was truly imprisoned inside it.
Coffee-flavored chewing gumLink to this section
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Manga Debut: Chapter 183: "The Fool" Iggy and "Geb" N'Doul, Part 1
Anime Debut: SC Episode 25: "The Fool" Iggy and "Geb" N'Doul, Part 1

Simple coffee-flavored chewing gum, Iggy's favorite treats. The Speedwagon Foundation Pilots who brought Iggy to Egypt used it to lure him inside the helicopter and calm him. The Joestar Group use these chewing-gum to push Iggy into following them.

Commemorative PhotographLink to this section
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Manga Debut: Chapter 443: Bucciarati Is Coming, Part 1
Anime Debut: SC Episode 25: "The Fool" Iggy and "Geb" N'Doul, Part 1

A photograph the third Joestar Group took in Egypt as a commemoration. It features Jotaro Kujo, Joseph Joestar, Muhammad Avdol, Noriaki Kakyoin, Jean Pierre Polnareff, and Iggy. Although surely taken during the event of Stardust Crusaders, it wouldn't appear in the manga until Vento Aureo.

The Part 3 Anime adaptation features a scene explaining the origins of this photo, expanding on the photograph by showing the group actually taking it and shows Jotaro dearly holding onto it on several occasions.

Orange BombLink to this section
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Manga Debut: Chapter 191: "Khnum" Oingo and "Tohth" Boingo, Part 3
Anime Debut: SC Episode 27: "Khnum" Oingo and "Tohth" Boingo
A small bomb hidden inside of an orange. It is made of two pieces of explosives glued to the inside of a hollowed out orange skin plus a detonated with a clock. Oingo had meant to use the bomb to assassinate Jotaro Kujo but due to a series of unfortunate events, he was the one who fell victim to his own bomb.
Daniel J. D'Arby's Soul Chip CollectionLink to this section
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Manga Debut: Chapter 212: D'Arby the Gambler, Part 2
Anime Debut: SC Episode 34: D'Arby the Gambler, Part 1

A collection of poker chips Daniel J. D'Arby keeps in an album. The poker chips are in fact souls of people D'Arby gambled with and won against, which Osiris molded into poker chips. D'Arby then places the poker chips into special cavities in the pages and writes down the soul's name and the date at which it was acquired. During the events of the story arc D'Arby the Gambler, Daniel temporarily added Jean Pierre Polnareff and Joseph Joestar to his collection. When Daniel went mad from playing poker with Jotaro Kujo, he liberated every soul in his collection.

Telence T. D'Arby's Puppet CollectionLink to this section
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Manga Debut: Chapter 229: D'Arby the Player, Part 3
Anime Debut: SC Episode 40: D'Arby the Player, Part 1
A collection of puppets Telence T. D'Arby makes personally and keeps in a cabinet. They are in fact modeled after people D'Arby has played and won against, and whose soul Atum put into. Though not as extensive as his brother's collection, Telence considers his collection more interesting as the puppets are still sentient, being able to move and speak. He periodically changes their clothes and makes accessories for them. During the events of the story arc D'Arby the Player, he temporarily added Noriaki Kakyoin to his collection.
F-MegaLink to this section
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Manga Debut: Chapter 230: D'Arby the Player, Part 4
Anime Debut: SC Episode 40: D'Arby the Player, Part 1

A fictional video game played by Noriaki Kakyoin and Telence T. D'Arby in their match. It is a racing game heavily inspired by F-Zero. In the game, cars must complete laps on racing tracks. Players have an energy bar that determines their car's power, and the players can mash the buttons before the start to get a speed boost. It is more complex to play than at face value, with the physics allowing a player to spin their car, drive on walls, and fly; moreover, segments of the game are played with the cars in complete darkness. Shortcuts are available on the tracks but are difficult to cross.

Oh! That's A Baseball!Link to this section
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Manga Debut: Chapter 233: D'Arby the Player, Part 7
Anime Debut: SC Episode 41: D'Arby the Player, Part 2

A fictional video game played by Jotaro Kujo and Telence T. D'Arby. It simulates a game of baseball, in which two players face off using different baseball teams. One player must select what kind of throw his pitcher perform, while the opponent must react to the throw as the batter. The players' positions will be switched after three outs or when their turn has ended. It is possible to customize the appearance of the teams, as Jotaro and Telence make each of their team members resemble their respective Stands.

The game also makes an appearance in Part 4's Anime adaptation.

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