Stone Ocean - Chapter 94

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Time for Heaven (天国の時, Tengoku no Toki), originally Token of Apology (謝罪の印, Shazai no Shirushi) in the WSJ release, is the ninety-fourth chapter of Stone Ocean and the six hundred eighty-eighth chapter of the JoJo's Bizarre Adventure manga.


DIO and Pucci lounge on a bed together in a flashback. DIO comments on the fact that sculptures and paintings, such as the Mona Lisa, are like Stands. He grabs Pucci's wrist tightly and asks if Pucci will betray him one day, pointing out that Pucci could take The World any time he wanted. Pucci explains that he loves DIO as he loves God, and that he has never even thought of such a thing. DIO apologizes for insulting him, handing him a bone that he ripped out of his own body as a token.

In the present, Jolyne and Pucci face off. Pucci explains why a certain species of swallow dies quickly, then compares the species to Jotaro. He then goes to attack Jolyne, using a small cross located under his fingernail to push Jolyne's Stand DISC into a position where it covers Jolyne's eyes and blinds her. Pucci moves to grab the DISC, but is suddenly punched by Stone Free. The priest attempts to defend himself from Stone Free's barrage, but his enemy proves too powerful. Suddenly, Pucci takes out Jotaro's memory DISC and throws it directly into Anasui's throat. As Pucci explains, DISCs can exist in perpetuity outside a human being, but otherwise depend on their host's survival to continue existing. Jolyne now has to choose between retrieving her father's memory DISC or continuing to fight Pucci.


Dio Brando
Romeo Jisso
(Mentioned only)
Jotaro Kujo
(DISC only)



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