Enrico Pucci ★ History
A detailed chronological summary of the life of Enrico Pucci.
Pucci was born on June 5, 1972 to a wealthy family and lived a fairly normal childhood. He was born with a disfigured left foot, though this apparently did not hinder his ability to walk. Having descended from an influential Italian family, he grew up with a wealthy upbringing and was well-liked by everyone.
When Enrico was little, he visited the tomb of "Domenico Pucci" and asked who it was. He learned that Domenico was his twin brother, who died soon after childbirth. Shocked that he lived while his twin brother died, Enrico's mind trod on philosophical questions such as fate and inequality, hence his choice to become a priest. He was already on the path of priesthood at the age of fifteen, an action allowed by his parents due to his family's religious history.
One day while in an ossuary, he stumbled upon DIO's feet underneath a table. Curious, he allowed DIO to stay and conversed with him. Pucci was given an stone arrow and later noticed his foot had been healed.
A year later, when Pucci was cleaning the church, a woman, in tears, came to the confessional booth, pleading to be heard. Listening in the absent priest's place, he heard how this woman had switched her sickly baby with another family's fraternal twin. When he asked what the family name was, he was shocked to discover it was Pucci.
Not long afterward, his sister, Perla, fell in love with a part-time worker named Wes Bluemarine. The man his sister was dating was actually his thought-to-be-dead twin brother. Despite his discovery, Pucci is unable to tell anyone due to his priestly obligation to preserve the privacy of confessions.
In order to protect his sister from knowing of the incest, Pucci secretly hired a P.I. group to force Wes and Perla to break up. However, he was unaware that the P.I. group held the beliefs of the KKK, who discovered that Wes' presumed father was an African American and proceeded to lynch Wes. Wes was shot and hung from a noose over a cliff while Perla was beaten. The morning afterward, Pucci discovered Perla's corpse from her suicide and cradled her body in sadness. He noticed a DISC emerging from her head, due to DIO's influence with the Stand Arrow.
Pucci wanted to follow DIO, enticed by his words, but not before tying up all the loose ends to his past. He approaches the post-traumatic Wes, who was furious at Pucci's interference in his relationship with Perla, the two engage in battle and Pucci tells Wes that they were brothers before removing Wes's memory DISC from him.
Pucci formed a close friendship with DIO. From him, he learned the "ingredients" needed to formulate the "perfect world". DIO grew to trust Pucci entirely, and gave him one of his foot bones as a remaining fragment should he die.
One day Pucci asked DIO what he believed to be the weakest stand and DIO answered that it was Survivor believing that it only makes people angry, which would cause internal fights in a group with no benefit. Pucci then asked if he could have it, believing that it might be useful some day.
The remaining years of Pucci's life were driven by his obsession with this promised land, and he waited for the preparation of the said day. To increase his mobility, he finished his priesthood and became a Father to those in need. He allied with Johngalli A. in a plan to avenge DIO by killing Jotaro and his daughter Jolyne and complete DIO's plans. Determined to fulfill DIO's prophecy, he secured a job at Green Dolphin Street Prison, where he spent the next 8 years as the head priest and had since then become the longest residing employee of the prison.
In Green Dolphin Street, Pucci begins gathering Stand discs. He notably kills Emporio Alnino's mother. He stashes his Stand discs inside a tractor in the farmlands of Green Dolphin Street's island and creates Foo Fighters by tossing a Disc in the water, ordering it to guard the other Discs.
Stone Ocean (2011-2012)
The Way to Heaven
Framing Jolyne Cujoh
To fulfill DIO's secret plan, Pucci needs the hidden instructions contained within DIO's Diary, but Jotaro Kujo has burned it down. However, Pucci knows that Jotaro must have read the diary. To recover the instructions and avenge DIO, Pucci and Johngalli A. devise a plan to lure Jotaro into their prison.
As the one known criminal, Johngalli A. openly acts by ordering thugs to throw a hitchhiker into the car Romeo Jisso and Jolyne Cujoh, Jotaro's daughter, were riding in. Johngalli A. then directly hired a corrupt lawyer to protect Romeo and frame Jolyne for manslaughter with aggravating circumstances which would guarantee her transfer to Green Dolphin Street Prison. That way, Jotaro would investigate the circumstances and try to meet Jolyne in prison.
Battle Against Jotaro Kujo & Jolyne CujohJohngalli A. to eliminate him. In the visiting room, Pucci has Whitesnake trap the two inside a delusional combat scenario, from which both of them eventually escape. The family freeing themselves from Whitesnake's spell is unexpected but, at a corridor, Johngalli A. and Whitesnake manage to surround Jotaro and force him to protect his daughter. It is this moment that Whitesnake steals two DISCs from Jotaro. To read DIO's plan to go to Heaven, Pucci takes Jotaro's memory DISC; to avenge his friend, he also steals Jotaro's Stand Star Platinum. Whitesnake then quickly disappears, leaving Johngalli A. alone to be defeated by Jolyne.
Pucci then has Whitesnake finish off the sniper with his own gun so his secret identity won't be found.
With Jolyne Cujoh being thrown into solitary confinement, Pucci has several weeks of free move. During that time, he looks into Jotaro's memories to discover DIO's plan. Moreover, having no use for Jotaro's Star Platinum disc, he stores it in his secret stash in the farm fields. He also gives Thunder McQueen a Stand, Highway to Hell.
Attempts to Eliminate Jolyne Cujoh
After the battle between Jolyne, Ermes Costello and Foo Fighters, Pucci participates in the search for the missing prisoners who were killed during said battle and notes that his whole stash of discs has been taken and there is no sign of Foo Fighters. He concludes that Jolyne is a more dangerous foe than he previously thought and that she's gathered allies.
Later, Pucci meets with a prisoner named Miraschon who expresses contrition for her crimes. Pucci discusses the difference between animals and men and states that the core difference between the two is that people seek "Heaven" and sees it as what is beautiful about humans. Incidentally, he also eats a cherry whole and manages to tie its stem with his tongue. Pucci promises Miraschon to put a good word about her to the parole committee, making her happy, but then suddenly slams her face on the corner of the table as she's stolen a jeweled cross. To assassinate Jolyne and her allies, he decides to use her and implants a Stand that will suit her personality: Marilyn Manson. However, Miraschon is soon defeated, with no casualty on the heroes' side.
Pucci later dispatches Lang Rangler to kill Jolyne and retrieve the Stand DISC. Moreover, Pucci also intercepts Jolyne's phone call to the Speedwagon Foundation and knows that she intends to deliver the Star Platinum disc to the courtyard. He thus begins to head to the factory. As a precaution, he brainwashes a guard into standing post in the courtyard. However, Lang is defeated.
When Pucci arrives at the factory he stumbles upon Jolyne. He rushes for the alarm but Jolyne stops him and tries to persuade him to let her pass, since she is not aware of Pucci's true nature. Suspecting that there is an ally of Jolyne nearby, Pucci holds the masquerade and lets her go, letting the guard take care of her while he watches. Suddenly, a rain of poisonous rainforest frogs happens and covers the courtyard. Pucci loses his pass card because of the frogs and is cornered. He realizes that Weather Report is here. The guard comes to him and Pucci tells him to give him his card, but the guard succumbs before he can reach Pucci and his pass is buried under the frogs as well. He calls for help and a guard arrives, but the guard hesitates and gives himself an excuse to flee. In return, Pucci kicks a frog at the guard's face, making it explode and blinding the guard; this way he forces him to obey his instructions. Pucci escapes the rain and when it finishes, he sends Whitesnake to retrieve Jotaro's DISC.
Jolyne, who was seemingly covered in frogs, reveals herself to be alive thanks to the net she's made to cushion the frog's fall and protect herself. She snatches the DISC and gives it to a special messenger pigeon sent by the Speedwagon Foundation. Whitesnake tries to use a gun but it is empty and Whitesnake can only spitefully go back to its User. Pucci finds a string attached to Whitesnake but cuts it. His plans have not yet been altered since he still has Jotaro's memories.
Birth of the Green Baby
Pucci then carries on to his original plan and meets Sports Maxx at the chapel. He then asks Maxx to revive DIO's Bone with his powers, which results in the bone's disappearance. After a short moment of panic, Pucci understands that the plan is being carried out and resolves to wait for the bone to reappear of its own volition. However, Sports Maxx reveals that he senses the bone's presence in the Ultra Security House Unit.
After Ermes's battle against Sports Maxx, Jolyne is thrown into the Ultra Security House Unit. Pucci decides to send in four assassins to kill the isolated Jolyne before she retrieves the bone.
Nonetheless, three of the assassins are dispatched and only D an G is left. When Pucci arrives at the Ultra Security House Unit, the whole population has been transformed into a giant tree, with only D an G and Guccio still alive, but injured. Meanwhile, Jolyne and Narciso Anasui have escaped into the swamp. Seeing that he is getting closer to Heaven, Pucci finds Guccio's corpse and celebrates the coming of heaven by listening to Handel's Messiah by using Guccio as a loudspeaker. Pucci plans on interrogating D an G about the bone, but his plans are thrown into disarray.
Pucci sees a disguised F.F. approaching D an G to assassinate him. Worried, Pucci throws a DISC at a guard to control him to prevent F.F. from shooting D an G in the head. Pucci confronts F.F. openly and gives it a choice between killing him or D an G first. F.F. hesitates, allowing Whitesnake to infiltrate the ambulance and protect D an G. Whitesnake then chops F.F.'s head, aiming to take the Stand DISC. F.F. shoots itself in the head, dispersing the plankton on D an G and decapitating from the inside. It recomposes itself in the driver's cabin and seeks another faucet. However, Whitesnake enters the cabin and takes the advantage in the close quarters fight. Desperate, F.F. shoots the door and flees. Pucci tries to interrogate F.F. about the life form that was created but realizes that the Stand DISC is in F.F.'s legs which are running towards the faucet. Whitesnake inserts a water boiling Stand in F.F.'s secondary part, causing the primary part to expose itself to scalding water, killing most of the colony. However, bits of Foo Fighters reach a radio and call Weather Report, who makes it rain and fog. F.F. regenerates.
Battle Against Jolyne Cujoh
Nonetheless, Pucci disguises Whitesnake as Weather Report and fools Foo Fighters, who brings him to Jolyne and The Green Baby. Whitesnake impales Anasui and Foo Fighters, but Jolyne cuffs herself to Pucci. Pucci has an advantage in that he merely needs to extract Jolyne's Stand or memory DISC to win, but he is overwhelmed and must use Jotaro's memory DISC. He throws the DISC into Anasui's dying corpse, forcing her to try to save him while Pucci finally rejoins the Green Baby. Pucci tells the baby The 14 Phrases which results in their fusion. Pucci has now entered DIO's world. Having no more need for the prison, Pucci leaves for Cape Canaveral where the next stage of his plan will be set in motion.
The Children of DIO
Pucci must now reach Cape Canaveral and await the new moon, which will enable Pucci to fulfill the next part of DIO's plan. On the way to Cape Canaveral, Pucci fatefully meets three young men: Ungalo, Rikiel and Donatello Versus. All three were brought to a hospital, near which Pucci is taken hostage by Ungalo. However, Pucci ultimately sways Ungalo to his side and then makes all three men realize that they are the sons of DIO, and helps them awaken and master their respective Stands. Pucci spends the next three days waiting with the bedridden Donatello while Ungalo and Rikiel go confront the Joestar Group.
Three days before the new moon, Jolyne and Ermes manage to reach the hospital. Donatello then awakens Under World and lures the two into a cavern where a fight ensues. During the battle, Pucci stays passive and counsels Donatello, who grows increasingly frustrated at Pucci's perceived scorn. Donatello uses Under World to find Weather Report's memory disc on Pucci and reads it. When he is defeated, he gives it to Weather who was near the hospital, angering Pucci.
Heavy Weather Unleashed
Heavy Weather's power begins to wreak havoc in Orlando as Weather's Memory DISC was returned to him by Donatello Versus' Under World. Pucci thus leaves the hospital and begins chasing Weather. Knowing about the subliminal power of Heavy Weather, Pucci hides in ambush under a mass of snails. He manages to cut off Weather's right leg during a surprise attack. When Anasui tries to rush toward Pucci to attack him, several snails lunge toward him, infecting him as well. Pucci declares himself victorious and turns his back to the duo, but Weather suddenly jumps to him, his right leg replaced with that of Diver Down. A close quarter fight ensues, but Weather Report is more powerful and its ability to manipulate gusts of winds violently propel Pucci toward a car. Weather closes in and uses a karate chop on Pucci, but the priest decides to reflect the sun's rays with a wing mirror. Anasui's transformation is drastically accelerated and Diver Down is disabled, crippling Weather again.
Pucci cuts off Weather's remaining leg, shocking Anasui who attacks the priest. Angry, Pucci punches Anasui with Whitesnake and almost finishes him off. However, Pucci suddenly impales his foot on an ice spike, and finds himself unable to move without risking impalement. Weather used his Stand to freeze his blood which has splattered all over the place and trap Pucci in a maze of spikes, cornering him. Weather crawls toward Pucci to attack him while he's immobilized, but Pucci plunges Whitesnake's hand into Anasui's head to brainwash him, forcing him to reveal the positions of the spikes and escape. However, Anasui notices too late that a spike has formed on Pucci's chest, menacing to impale the latter's head. Moreover, Weather uses the air pressure to disequilibrate him, but Pucci is determined to avoid the attack; he breaks several spikes, throwing them at Weather in the hopes that Weather tries to protect himself and weakens his attack. However, Weather calmly suffers being impaled by the spikes thanks to his death wish, only freezing the blood further to tie Pucci. Now in range, Weather Report punches Pucci and immobilizes him to the ground. Pucci tries to beg Weather, but he shuts him up, declaring that Pucci is an evil oblivious of his evilness, and goes for a finishing punch.
Suddenly, a car crashes next to them, causing chaos and separating the twin brothers. It was Versus, who rode alongside Jolyne, Ermes and Emporio but crashed, unable to control the car after Weather unwittingly created a cloud of dust. Jolyne feels that Pucci is nearby, but the priest has already punched through Weather's chest, supposedly aided by Fate. Pucci then departs for the Kennedy Space Center.
Countdown to Heaven
In Cape Canaveral, the Kennedy Space Center, Pucci begins to feel his Stand turning into something else entirely. He eventually awakens C-MOON, which manipulates the surrounding gravity, and Pucci becomes the center of a gravitational anomaly. When the Joestar Group and Ermes arrive at Cape Canaveral, Pucci hides and sends C-MOON to battle them. Although C-MOON proves to be dangerous, Jolyne's experience allows her to take advantage. Pucci is forced to reveal himself and personally pilot it. Using himself, he puts Jolyne at a disadvantage and has C-MOON strike Jolyne at the heart. Jolyne "falls" away from him, and Pucci is sure of his victory.
However, Jolyne survived thanks to Stone Free and continues to battle him. Pucci grabs a gun, but Jotaro Kujo freezes time and uses his stand to punch Pucci. Jotaro and Ermes have rejoined with the group and Pucci finds himself cornered.
Made in Heaven Awakened
At this moment, he realizes that his condition allows him to recreate the exact environmental conditions needed to awaken the ultimate power. Pucci gravitates to a space shuttle, even avoiding a spear thrown by Jotaro, thanks to a lingering ability to move in the time-stop, and subsequently evolves his Stand further. The priest now commands Made in Heaven and begins the next step of his plan. Pucci accelerates time, causing chaos across the earth as all living beings are left lagging behind.
Pucci's time acceleration gives him a great edge in battle, but Star Platinum's time stop still represents a danger, despite Pucci's time acceleration being able to cancel Jotaro's time stop early. Pucci carefully corners the group on a roof but his attempt to slit Jotaro's throat is thwarted by Anasui's Diver Down which takes the brunt of the damage. The group then goes into the sea, where Pucci would be easily seen. However, time starts to accelerate even more, throwing a wrench in their plan. Pucci grabs Stone Free's hand and uses it to attack Anasui. He also brings down knives upon the group, forcing Jotaro into another dilemma and then kills him by splitting his face in two, bisecting his head. A knife falling down hits Jolyne and then Pucci chops Ermes's left arm off. Believing Emporio to be the only left alive, Pucci offers him a chance to shoot him and die as a martyr. Pucci dodges the bullets, but then he's surprised by Emporio seemingly hovering over the water and moving away, Pucci then notices that Jolyne isn't dead and gets attacked by her as she ties Emporio onto a dolphin and sacrifices herself for him to escape. Time proceeds to accelerate even more leading to a new universe to be created.
A New Universe
Battle against Emporio
A new universe is born in which every person has received precognitive abilities for the purpose of accepting their fate. However, the only obstacle that remained in his way is Emporio Alnino. Thus, Pucci stops the acceleration at the time of Jotaro's visit to the prison in order to prevent Emporio from interfering and eventually grow into yet another threat. Chasing the child throughout the Green Dolphin Street Prison of his alternate universe, Pucci explains his beliefs and eventually corners him in his ghost room. However, when Emporio flees through the crack leading to the ghost room, Pucci inadvertently pushes the Weather Report DISC into Emporio who exploited the blind angle created when Jolyne cut his eye.
Now with Weather Report, Emporio has the power to fight Pucci. The priest accelerates time, but collapses to the ground; Weather Report has increased the oxygen level of the atmosphere and turned Pucci's power against him by accelerating his oxygen poisoning. Pucci angrily demands that Emporio stop Weather Report from killing him, saying that his ideal world for humanity's happiness would be ruined, only to be told by Emporio that he lost to "fate" and that it's the true path of justice before finally being beaten to death by Weather Report. His universe then resets into an alternate timeline, in which Jolyne and company meet up coincidentally and the Joestar bloodline survives.
It is unknown what happened to Pucci afterward. It may either imply that he has been completely erased from history, or replaced by an alternate counterpart of his own.
In the light novel JORGE JOESTAR, an incarnation of Enrico Pucci lives in the 37th universe. He is a secondary antagonist in the novel. Like his original universe counterpart, he wields Whitesnake, which later evolves into C-MOON and Made in Heaven throughout the story.
When Pucci was seventeen, he had a habit of sleepwalking out of the house. His family moved to Cape Canaveral since it was easier to keep an eye on him there with the air force base, but Pucci still slipped out one night in July, 1997, and awoke at the church his father worked at. When he rushed back home, he found he no longer had a home, as it was crushed by a falling meteor. It wasn't a rock which killed his family, but rather a metal plate from the Giotto probe. Besides the ID, fourteen phrases written in Italian and English were scratched onto the metal plate along with an excerpt of how to reach heaven.
Pucci was in a seminary school at the time. He then served as the priest at a prison before suddenly becoming an astronaut. Trying to find the way to heaven, he joins Captain Funnier Valentine, Goyathlay Soundman, and Pocoloco Tripleseven on a trip to Mars.
Aboard the H.G. Wells Spaceship in 2012, two boys named Jorge Joestar and Narancia Ghirga suddenly arrive from thin air. They are caught and tied up by Funnier and his group of astronauts. Pucci introduces himself and asks for their names. Since Narancia couldn't speak English, Jorge answers for him. Pucci sees the mark of Passione on Narancia's knife and moves onto other questions. The crew is surprised to learn that they somehow appeared there from Morioh and Nero Nero Island. Jorge also recalls that he read about Pucci in the news, due to his sudden change in occupation. Narancia attempts to attack the astronauts but Pucci eventually puts him into an illusion with Whitesnake's "Melt Your Heart" ability. He then uses Whitesnake to pull out two DISCs from Narancia's head and one DISC from Jorge's head. Pucci reads their memories before putting Jorge's DISC back in, and then informs Jorge that the boy still doesn't properly understand what Tsukumojuku Kato told him yet.
Pocoloco notices that someone from outside is approaching them, about to destroy the spaceship. He tells Pucci to wake Narancia up to see if he could move his submarine Stand. Pucci inserts Narancia's DISCs back in and tells him that God has forgiven his sins already. Narancia is extremely confused when he wakes up, as he had been seeing an illusion that he killed all of the astronauts already. Pucci manipulates him by saying Narancia has no reason to kill them as they are his friends. Narancia doesn't argue back and Jorge is terrified of Pucci's manipulative capabilities, certain that Pucci must be evil. Narancia explains that he can't move his submarine because it can only move inside living things or other Stands, but Soundman's Dune had gone too far and became ordinary sand again. Narancia enthusiastically suggests blowing up the third moon, causing Pucci to slap him. His DISC ejects but Pucci pushes it back in after saying he hates boys who don't have manners.
When The Funniest Valentine transmits photographs of The Eyed Balloon's interior, Pucci notices the multiple Giotto probes and wonders if it has something to do with the fourteen words. The Funniest then gives them an ultimatum to escape The Eyed Balloon's tentacles in ten minutes or they will detonate the H.G. Wells spaceship remotely to prevent Kars from returning to Earth. Soundman and Pucci go with Narancia on a giant U-Boat submarine toward Kars. A couple of minutes later, Funnier suddenly betrays his crew. He kills Pocoloco, then shoots Narancia as well. He insults Pucci for being a self-absorbed sinner and reveals that he has been negotiating with Kars for eleven years ever since he read the message on the metal plate that fell on Pucci's house. He shoots Pucci and Soundman attempts to fight Funnier, but is killed. As Funnier escapes, Narancia reveals that U-Boat caught the bullet in his forehead so he didn't actually die. He fires a cruise missile which collides with the escape pod, killing Funnier.
Before the H.G. Wells ship explodes, Jorge jumps into the hole of the submarine and Narancia immediately pilots it away. However, Kars also enters the submarine. Kars declares that he can finally go back home but with the three of them there, the oxygen in the submarine would only last four hours. The Eyed Balloon is revealed to be 36 different versions of Kars, who sacrifice themselves to make a new spaceship as well as fuel. Kars then carries the submarine into his spaceship after ordering Narancia to shrink it. Jorge wonders why Kars said there were three of them since Kars doesn't need to breathe, and then notices Pucci lying on the ground. Pucci had been saved by Soundman's sand, so Funnier's bullet did not reach his head.
Narancia tries sneakily putting U-Boat inside Kars, but Kars feels it inside him and pulls it out. After dismantling it and learning how it works, Kars creates his own version. Experimenting with his new Stand, Kars generates an extremely loud sonar sound from within Jorge and Pucci's bodies. Kars discovers that Pucci has a Stand as well and drags Whitesnake out of Pucci's back. Pucci has Whitesnake punch Kars, but rather than one or two DISCs emerging, a whole flood of DISCs spill out of Kars's head. Understanding how Whitesnake works, Kars develops his own version, Whitesnake Ultimate. Whitesnake Ultimate pulls out Pucci's Stand and memory DISCs. He then watches Pucci's memories and sees that the priest got his Stand from the Devil's Palm, a holy spot in America that moves itself from place to place and those that wander into it would either unleash their Stand or die. Kars is disappointed at how dull human memories are and slams the DISC back into Pucci's head. However, he reveals that thanks to Pucci's memories, their six month trip back to Earth will only take four hours. Kars projects an image from Pucci's memories showing a vampire in the sky at the time Pucci's house was destroyed. Kars wasn't the one who threw the metal plate that killed Pucci's family, but instead this vampire did.
At Earth's orbit, Pucci informs the deaths of Funnier, Sandman, and Pocoloco to the communications officer over the radio. As Pucci stares at the islands and Arrow Cross House out the window, he points out the "Rhinoceros Beetles" and the "Via Dolorosa", which are part of the fourteen words carved on the Giotto plate.
The spaceship of Kars smashes into the Arrow Cross House as Jorge assumes that they all are about to die. However, Kars saves them by transforming his body into a sphere. Kars returns to his humanoid form, albeit in a damaged state. The extra Kars that were covering the spaceship burned up just above the surface of Earth. Kars thinks that they were short of one extra version of him for a proper landing but Pucci states that 36 should have been enough, believing the number to have holy significance. As they step outside, Jorge realizes that they are actually in England from the original universe rather than the 37th universe's Morioh.
Jorge tells Narancia that they should check out the other Jorge's home but Pucci says that they should go to the capital, London, as something waits for them in 'Desolation Row'. However, Narancia then sees three zombie men fighting to eat a little girl. Narancia kills the three men but the girl becomes a zombie herself. Jorge, Narancia, and Pucci fight off the zombies with their Stands. Riding a large U-Boat, they decide to flee to the Joestar mansion and take Kars with them.
After Jorge talks with Penelope de la Rosa, she decides to join their group and heads back with him to U-Boat. Penelope introduces herself to Kars and Pucci and then explains everything that happened so far in England, as well as her abilities. After talking with Jorge, Pucci is happy to learn that all they need now is one more 'Rhinoceros Beetle', a 'Spiral Staircase', two 'Singularities', and the 'Secret Emperor'. He reveals that the 'Fig Tart' was the sweet scent made from Kars's body burning during their reentry to Earth.
The group arrives at London, where Pucci is greeted by Funny Valentine. Funny reveals that Manhattan Island is the final 'Rhinoceros Beetle'. With Funny's help, Pucci learns that the two 'Singularities' is his connection with himself. Pucci knows Funny Valentine well in his own universe, but not this version of Funny from another universe, thus creating a 'Spiral Staircase'. Finally, Funny introduces them to the 'Secret Emperor', Dio Brando. Seeing holes in Dio's hands and feet, Pucci weeps for his lord as arrows appear all over Whitesnake's body. Pucci levitates and becomes the center of gravity, unleashing his new Stand C-MOON. However, C-MOON's body then cracks and Made in Heaven emerges from it.
Just before Pucci could activate Made in Heaven, Dio holds up his hand. The giant wall surrounding Great Britain formed the upside-down upper half of a giant version of Antonio Torres. The giant Antonio looks down at them and grabs Pucci, swallowing him to send him outside of the barrier. Pucci then activates Made in Heaven within Antonio's belly, speeding up time outside England. The universe loops 36 times, bringing the island of Great Britain to 2012 in the 37th universe. Jorge wonders if their six month journey from Mars back to Earth only took four hours because of Pucci, but Kars reveals that the priest had a complicated flow of time compressed within him. At the same time he was on the spaceship with them, he was also in another universe killing someone.
Arrow Cross House
In the 37th universe, Pucci lures Yoshikage Kira (actually Kosaku Kawajiri) and Diavolo to Arrow Cross House after setting the two against each other. As time loops from Bites the Dust and King Crimson constantly activating, Pucci speeds up time with Made in Heaven and compresses it until neither of them could move at all, then slits their throats.
At night, the original universe's George Joestar deduces how the two criminals were killed in Arrow Cross House. After learning that Diavolo is actually an alternate personality of Giorno Giovanna, Pucci arrives, stating that Giorno shouldn't blame God for abandoning him. Pucci divulges that Giorno couldn't bear the burden of his sins and created an alternate personality in his mind, so he could play the hero while his alter ego, Diavolo, was punished for his dirty deeds. Giorno smiles, revealing that manipulating Pucci was all part of his father's plan and now the priest no longer has any use to him. Flustered, Pucci tells Giorno to shut up and rapidly speeds up time, threatening to slaughter all of Giorno's men.
Giorno points to a rhinoceros beetle flying in the air, turning it back into an Arrow with his Gold Experience. He had turned Reimi Sugimoto's Arrow into a living being to prevent the flow of time from damaging it. Giorno then explains that there are actually three more Arrows, causing Reimi to violently eject the remaining ones out of her as well. Giorno laughs about these Arrows being the real four rhinoceros beetles. With the Arrow, he evolves his Stand into Gold Experience Requiem. His evolved Stand immediately sends Pucci to a world where he'll wander for eternity with all his desires and actions being in vain.
Fujiko's Bizarre Worldly Wisdom
Enrico Pucci notices Fujiko Fujiyama's drawing skills and deems that she's compatible with the Stand Bad Romance. He thus grants her the Stand in hopes of eliminating Jolyne Cujoh. Pucci closely watches Fujiko approach Jolyne then give her a sketch, which is the trigger for the Stand. He follows Fujiko into the chapel and secretly watches Fujiko from the shadows. However, Pucci realizes that Fujiko is drawing "religious art" of Jolyne. Offended and fearing that Fujiko may grant Jolyne more spiritual strength via Bad Romance, Pucci rapidly takes the Bad Romance DISC from Fujiko, which knocks her out. Pucci realises his mistake and erases Fujiko's memories of Jolyne.
- ↑ 1.0 1.1 SO Chapter 127: Heavy Weather, Part 3
- ↑ 2.0 2.1 SO Chapter 128: Heavy Weather, Part 4
- ↑ SO Chapter 129: Heavy Weather, Part 5
- ↑ 4.0 4.1 SO Chapter 48: Torrential Downpour Warning, Part 1
- ↑ 5.0 5.1 SO Chapter 94: Time for Heaven
- ↑ SO Chapter 61: The Secret of Guard Westwood, Part 2
- ↑ SO Chapter 87: AWAKEN, Part 3
- ↑ 8.0 8.1 SO Chapter 20: Prisoner of Love
- ↑ 9.0 9.1 SO Chapter 26: There's Six of Us!, Part 1
- ↑ SO Chapter 30: There's Six of Us!, Part 5
- ↑ SO Chapter 12: The Visitor, Part 2
- ↑ SO Chapter 18: The Visitor, Part 8
- ↑ SO Chapter 19: The Visitor, Part 9
- ↑ SO Chapter 33: Foo Fighters, Part 3
- ↑ SO Chapter 34: Marilyn Manson, the Debt Collector, Part 1
- ↑ SO Chapter 39: Marilyn Manson, the Debt Collector, Part 6
- ↑ SO Chapter 41: Operation Savage Garden, Part 2
- ↑ SO Chapter 44: Operation Savage Garden, Part 5
- ↑ SO Chapter 46: Operation Savage Garden, Part 7
- ↑ SO Chapter 47: Operation Savage Garden, Part 8
- ↑ SO Chapter 49: Torrential Downpour Warning, Part 2
- ↑ SO Chapter 50: Torrential Downpour Warning, Part 3
- ↑ SO Chapter 58: Ultra Security House Unit
- ↑ SO Chapter 60: The Secret of Guard Westwood, Part 1
- ↑ 25.0 25.1 SO Chapter 84: F.F. - The Witness, Part 2
- ↑ SO Chapter 85: AWAKEN, Part 1
- ↑ SO Chapter 90: Whitesnake - The Pursuer, Part 2
- ↑ SO Chapter 91: Whitesnake - The Pursuer, Part 3
- ↑ SO Chapter 92: Whitesnake - The Pursuer, Part 4
- ↑ SO Chapter 93: Whitesnake - The Pursuer, Part 5
- ↑ SO Chapter 95: New Moon! New Priest
- ↑ SO Chapter 96: Jail House Lock!, Part 1
- ↑ SO Chapter 103: Three Men in the Hospital
- ↑ SO Chapter 112: Sky High, Part 1
- ↑ SO Chapter 118: Time for Heaven: Three Days Until the New Moon
- ↑ SO Chapter 121: Under World, Part 3
- ↑ SO Chapter 122: Under World, Part 4
- ↑ SO Chapter 124: Under World, Part 6
- ↑ SO Chapter 125: Heavy Weather, Part 1
- ↑ SO Chapter 133: Heavy Weather, Part 9
- ↑ SO Chapter 134: Heavy Weather, Part 10
- ↑ SO Chapter 135: Heavy Weather, Part 11
- ↑ 43.0 43.1 SO Chapter 136: Heavy Weather, Part 12
- ↑ SO Chapter 138: At Cape Canaveral
- ↑ SO Chapter 141: C-MOON, Part 1
- ↑ SO Chapter 143: C-MOON, Part 3
- ↑ SO Chapter 144: C-MOON, Part 4
- ↑ SO Chapter 146: C-MOON, Part 6
- ↑ 49.0 49.1 SO Chapter 147: C-MOON, Part 7
- ↑ SO Chapter 148: C-MOON, Part 8
- ↑ SO Chapter 149: Made in Heaven, Part 1
- ↑ SO Chapter 150: Made in Heaven, Part 2
- ↑ SO Chapter 151: Made in Heaven, Part 3
- ↑ SO Chapter 152: Made in Heaven, Part 4
- ↑ SO Chapter 153: Made in Heaven, Part 5
- ↑ SO Chapter 154: Made in Heaven, Part 6
- ↑ SO Chapter 155: Made in Heaven, Part 7
- ↑ 58.0 58.1 SO Chapter 156: Made in Heaven, Part 8
- ↑ SO Chapter 157: Made in Heaven, Part 9
- ↑ SO Chapter 158: What a Wonderful World
- ↑ JORGE JOESTAR Chapter 10: H.G. Wells
- ↑ JORGE JOESTAR Chapter 12: Rhinoceros Beetle
- ↑ JORGE JOESTAR Chapter 14: Desolation Row
- ↑ JORGE JOESTAR Chapter 15: Beyond