Minor Items in Vento Aureo

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

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 5: Vento Aureo

Koichi's Luggage & PassportLink to this section
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Manga Debut: Chapter 440: Gold Experience, Part 1
Anime Debut: Golden Wind Episode 1: Gold Experience

Koichi Hirose's luggage, a large suitcase covered in stickers. It notably contains his passport. Giorno Giovanna steals it by turning it into a frog. He's sold Koichi's items except the passport. Koichi retrieves the passport in Giorno's room.

Ladybug BroochLink to this section
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Manga Debut: Chapter 440: Gold Experience, Part 1
Anime Debut: Golden Wind Episode 1: Gold Experience

A ladybug brooch about the size of a hand that Giorno always has two of on his chest. These brooches have numerous uses during the events of Golden Wind, namely in conjuction with his stand, Gold Experience.

Giorno first uses these broaches in order to recreate his body parts during his battle against [[Baby Face]

When Bucciarati had to accompany Trish alone to meet Diavolo, Giorno gave life to one of his brooches, planting some of Coco Jumbo's cells and gave it to Bucciarati so that he could plant it on the Boss and follow him. However, a fight ensued and the brooch was used to detect Diavolo during the fight and temporarily imprison him when the brooch transformed into a clone of Coco Jumbo.

Giorno would inject life into a brooch, before cutting his hand off due to Notorious B.I.G latching onto it. It would later turn into a new hand for Giorno so he can heal himself and his teammates.

Luca's ShovelLink to this section
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Manga Debut: Chapter 441: Gold Experience, Part 2
Anime Debut: Golden Wind Episode 1: Gold Experience

A metal shovel on which is engraved the initialism SPQR ( Senātus Populus que Rōmānus, meaning "The Senate and People of Rome"). Leaky-Eye Luca uses it as his weapon of choice against Giorno Giovanna, but ends up caving in his own skull when he tries to bash a frog created by Gold Experience and the damage is reflected back at him.

Polpo's GunsLink to this section
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A collection of guns Polpo keeps hidden in his prison cell. Giorno Giovanna turns one of the guns into a banana, which Polpo later tries to eat. The gun reverts into its initial state and he shoots himself in the mouth as a result.

Passione BadgeLink to this section
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Manga Debut: Chapter 455: Joining the Gang, Part 6
Anime Debut: Golden Wind Episode 4: Joining the Gang
A metallic badge with intricate design given to those who pass Polpo's test as proof of their status as Passione gang members.

In the anime adaptation, it becomes the symbol of Passione.

Narancia's SwitchbladesLink to this section
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Manga Debut: Chapter 456: 5 Plus 1
Anime Debut: Golden Wind Episode 5: Find Polpo's Fortune!
A pair of switchblades owned by Narancia Ghirga. Narancia mainly uses these for threatening people, but is never seen stabbing or slicing anyone with them.

Whilst threatening a disguised Trish Una with one, the young woman counters it, causing the blade to dig into Narancia's cheek.

Narancia later on uses one to cut his tongue and Talking Head (who was latched onto it) off.

Guido Mista's GunLink to this section
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Manga Debut: Chapter 462: Sex Pistols Appears, Part 1
Anime Debut: Golden Wind Episode 7: Sex Pistols Appears, Part 1

A handgun owned by Guido Mista that he uses in conjunction with his Stand, Sex Pistols and also serves as shelter for the Stand. It appears to be a Smith & Wesson Bodyguard Model 638 revolver. He keeps extra bullets in the rim of his hat to reload it. The revolver is equipped with a hammer shroud, contains six bullets in the swing-out style cylinder and is used with hollow-point bullets. The revolver is consistently portrayed as being purple across adaptations.

The anime adaptation specifies it as being a Smith & Wesson M10 model.

After being rapidly aged by Prosciutto, the assassin uses Mista's gun to shoot him three times in the head.

The revolver is broken by Diavolo, who breaks the joint holding the cylinder, rendering it unusable. Mista was quick to replace it with a Beretta M9, taken from a policeman. Despite being a useful substitute, the gun doesn't synergise as great with Sex Pistols, due to it taking longer to reload than his revolver.

Polpo's TreasureLink to this section
A set of precious jewels Polpo bought with money swindled from Passione. It is worth 600 million yen. Polpo ordered Bruno Bucciarati to hide it, and Bucciarati put the jewels into the walls of a public toilet in Capri. Upon Polpo's death, his treasure was coveted by both Team Bucciarati and Mario Zucchero & Sale. Bucciarati got a hold of the treasure and gave it to Pericolo, earning himself Polpo's former rank of capo.
Mr.President's KeyLink to this section

An ornate key in which is embedded a transparent marble. On the marble is engraved instructions for finding Coco Jumbo in Naples's train station, in which it fits a cavity on the turtle's shell. The key is heavily linked to Mr.President, as it activates the Stand and taking it out of the shell forcibly ejects any living being from the room inside Coco Jumbo. It was placed in Pompeii near the dog mosaic, and Giorno, Fugo and Abbacchio were sent to retrieve it. The assassin Illuso fought them over it, but the trio managed to seize it.

Venezia Santa Lucia photographLink to this section
Manga Debut: Chapter 507: Head to Venice!
Anime Debut: Golden Wind Episode 18: Head to Venice!
A photgraph of Venezia Santa Lucia that Moody Blues's imitation of Pericolo presents to Team Buccirati to direct them to their next destination. The photograph specifically depicts part of the front of the building and a winged lion statue, which hides the OA-Disc inside.

Pericolo burnt the photo before committing suicide as a way to ensure no one else can find it. Moody Blues pauses the memory before the photo is destroyed, allowing the team to determine their next location. However, Pericolo's actions prove futile, as La Squadra Esecuzioni were able to recreate the photo from ashes found by his corpse. Ghiaccio is shown to have a remade copy of it.

The Anime expands on the original photo. With Risotto Nero finding a piece of the photo, then having a computer engineer from Passione perform analysis on the ashes, leading to the photo being remade.

OA-DISCLink to this section
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Manga Debut: Chapter 514: White Album, Part 6
Anime Debut: Golden Wind Episode 18: Head to Venice!
A floppy disk which was put by Diavolo in the lion statue of Venice's Santa Lucia train station. Team Bucciarati was ordered to retrieve the disk, and Giorno and Mista managed to take it from Ghiaccio's hands. The disk contains the following instructions:
  1. One person will accompany Trish and enter an elevator leading to the top of the only basilisk of the San Giorgio Maggiore island.
  2. That person won't carry any bladed weapon or gun, nor any communication device such as mobile phone.
  3. When the disk is extracted from the statue in which it was hidden, a transmitter will let The Boss know it and the group will have 15 minutes to bring Trish to the island.
  4. Every other remaining squad member will stay on the boat and not set foot on the island.
Donatella Una's PhotographLink to this section
Manga Debut: Chapter 540: Spice Girl, Part 2
Anime Debut: Golden Wind Episode 25: Spice Girl
A photograph of Donatella taken in 1985 by a young Diavolo, then named Solid Naso, near a stele in La Costa Smeralda on the island of Sardinia. When he checked the results of Squadra Esecuzioni's investigations of Donatella's room, Diavolo spotted the photograph, which made Diavolo go to Sardinia as he sensed Trish was heading toward the island, thus guiding Team Bucciarati toward a place Moody Blues could investigate. Diavolo subsequently managed to kill Risotto Nero and Leone Abbacchio.
Doppio's "Phones"Link to this section
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Diavolo can communicate with Doppio through any kind of object while not in control, granting his subordinate the belief that his alter ego is another person altogether. Although we haven't heard the quality of these "calls" yet and whether or not the objects alter the quality of Diavolo's voice, Doppio can always hear his alter ego's voice through the object. Doppio also, on occasion, forgets that he's been able to communicate with Diavolo, but he consistently has never realized he's been using a broken or non-phone object. These "phones" have ranged from ice cream to frogs, to cigarettes to toys, and of course, Doppio always carries on him a broken or dismantled phone headset.
Negative and Bust of DiavoloLink to this section
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After Leone Abbacchio managed to rewind time near the stela in Donatella Una's photograph, Team Bucciarati retrieved a negative of "Solid Naso"'s face and fingerprints, which they made into a bust and then used to research the Boss's past. Their effort didn't bear any result but caught the attention of Jean Pierre Polnareff who contacted the gang to ally themselves against Diavolo. Strangely, the face on Diavolo's bust resembles Doppio instead.
Couture IssueLink to this section
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Manga Debut: Chapter 567: "Green Day" and "Oasis", Part 14
Anime Debut: Golden Wind Episode 32: Green Day and Oasis, Part 3

A fashion magazine poster featuring a woman with short hair and a hat. It appears on the ticket booth near the Colosseum. After getting disoriented by the sound of a car tire bursting, Secco mistakes the poster for Bruno Bucciarati and attacks it.


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