San Giorgio Maggiore

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San Giorgio Maggiore (サン・ジョルジョ・マッジョーレ島, San Jorujo Majjōre-tō)[a] is a church and island in Italy featured in the fifth part of the JoJo's Bizarre Adventure series, Vento Aureo.

It is the location where Team Bucciarati first confronts the Boss of Passione.


The Bell Tower of the Chruch

San Giorgio Maggiore is a 16th-century Benedictine church located on an island of the same name in Venice, Italy. The island is only accessible by boat.

After retrieving the disk at Santa Lucia, Bucciarati and his team are ordered by the Boss to travel to the island to meet him. Upon reaching it, Bucciarati is tasked with accompanying the Boss's daughter, Trish Una to the top of bell tower by lift. However, before the pair could reach the top of the tower, Trish is attacked by the Boss's Stand, King Crimson, and is carried further down into the elevator shaft. Bucciarati pursues him to a confrontation in the church's basement.[1]


A staircase leads to the dark crypt in the basement of the church. The place is distinctive for the great numbers of columns and arches, allowing one to easily hide. It is there that Bucciarati tries to confront the Boss, although the latter remains unseen because his King Crimson appears in front of him. Bucciarati is mortally wounded but manages to bring Trish to the chapel by zipping through the ceiling.[2]

Video Games

San Giorgio Maggiore appears as a stage in GioGio's Bizarre Adventure in chapter 7-1 and 7-2 of Super Story Mode following Boss' attempted murder on his daughter and Bucciarati's "death".
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Final Order From The Boss
(ボスよりの最終指令 Bosu yori no Saishū Shirei)
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The team inserts the OA-DISC into their computer and learns that their final destination is the church at San Giorgio Maggiore. Only Trish and one other person may set foot on the island, per the boss's conditions, and so Bucciarati alone accompanies Trish. However, Trish disappears once the two enter the church, and Bucciarati realizes that the boss intends to kill his own daughter. He finds Trish unconscious in the church's basement, but the boss appears and a battle ensues. The player controls Bucciarati and must survive the boss and his King Crimson for one minute. The boss frequently teleports toward or away from Bucciarati, and King Crimson can knock debris at him. After a minute passes, the level ends.

  • There are two Secret Factors in this level.
  • 1. Protect Trish. (トリッシュを保護する)
    The player must Stand Shoot Trish's body. Once this is done, the player will earn +4.
  • 2. Shoot King Crimson. (キング・クリムゾンをシュート)
    Stand Shooting King Crimson will reward the player with +6.
  • None of these need to be done in a specific order. When all are achieved, Health will be MAX.
The Mystery of King Crimson
(キング・クリムゾンの謎 Kingu Kurimuzon no Nazo)
King Crimson fight 2.jpg

Bucciarati attacks the boss from behind a pillar, only to find himself standing at the other side of it. The boss introduces King Crimson and its ability to erase a period of time, then punches Bucciarati through the heart. Despite the lethal wound, Bucciarati refuses to die until Trish is safe. The player controls Bucciarati again and must attack the boss, whose teleportation is now marked by a flash of inverted colors. When enough of the boss's health is depleted, the level ends.

  • 1. Clear the stage. (ステージをクリア)
    There is only one Secret Factor in this level. It activates immediately at the start of the level and rewards the player with +10, making their Health MAX.
Bucciarati and Trish escape the basement, and Bucciarati is healed by Giorno. Bucciarati then informs his team that he has decided to betray the boss. When given the choice to remain loyal to the gang, the squad, with the exception of Fugo, choose to follow Bucciarati. Giorno realizes Bucciarati's hands are cold as the team ponders their next move. Trish tells the group that her father met her mother at Sardinia, and the team decides to take a plane to the island in hopes of uncovering his identity.



  1. "Saint George Major" in Italian


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