Stardust Crusaders - Chapter 34 [147]

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Empress, Part 2 (女帝(エンプレス) その②, Enpuresu Sono 2), originally The Face of the "Empress" (女帝(エンプレス)」の顔, 'Enpuresu' no Kao) in the WSJ release, is the thirty-fourth chapter of Stardust Crusaders and the one hundred forty-seventh chapter of the JoJo's Bizarre Adventure manga.


Enya is seen crying over her son's death, which she sensed because they are connected by a special link similar to Joseph and Jotaro's. The numerous stabs J. Geil received from Silver Chariot also appear in her, making the woman cry even more, realizing he must have suffered before dying. Swearing revenge, she orders the representative of the Empress Tarot Card to kill the Joestar group, as Empress' specialty is killing its foes slowly.

Meanwhile, Nena takes the same bus as the Joestar group to the city of Varanasi. Polnareff tries to make her see that Hol Horse is a bad person who was just using her, though he admits it's hard to understand when you are in love. Kakyoin sees many men enduring harsh training, managing to stay immobile in unthinkable situations. He is even more surprised when he sees a man being cremated right beside them.

Joseph worries that the infected area on his arm is becoming worse, even growing to resemble a face. In Varanasi, he goes to see a doctor, who tells him he will need to cut it out because it is infected. However, the wart reveals itself to be a Stand named Empress and kills the doctor. Joseph tries to cut it out himself with the doctor's scalpel, but the Stand grabs it with its teeth and manages to cut one of Joseph's prosthetic fingers.


J. Geil
(Mentioned only)
Dio Brando
(Mentioned only)
Hol Horse
(Mentioned only)
Varanasi Doctor and Nurse
(1st appearance) (Death)

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