Stardust Crusaders - Chapter 70 [183]

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"The Fool" Iggy and "Geb" N'Doul, Part 1 (愚者(ザ・フール)」のイギーと「ゲブ神」のンドゥール その①, 'Za Fūru' no Igī to 'Gebu-shin' no Ndūru Sono 1), originally The Ally "The Fool" (助っ人"愚者(ザ・フール)", Suketto "Za Fūru") in the WSJ release, is the seventieth chapter of Stardust Crusaders and the one hundred eighty-third chapter of the JoJo's Bizarre Adventure manga.


After finally arriving in Egypt, the group travels through the Egyptian desert on their way to Cairo. They then wait for a helicopter from the Speedwagon Foundation whose crew is due to drop off a new Stand user who will accompany them. Joseph states that the Stand user has personality issues, and that that is why it took so long for him to join the others. Avdol warns that the user will be of no help due to his personality issues. It is revealed that the user's Stand is called The Fool. Polnareff mocks the Stand's name, but Avdol jestfully states that The Fool is extremely powerful and that Polnareff wouldn't stand a chance against him. Two Speedwagon employees jump out from the helicopter and greet Joseph. Jotaro asks them which one is the Stand user, but in response, they look towards a crumpled up blanket in the back seat of the helicopter. Polnareff approaches the helicopter and pats the seat, coating his hand in "sticky stuff." Joseph and the Speedwagon employees warn him to get away, but it is too late. The Boston terrier, Iggy, hurls itself onto Polnareff, begins chewing on his hair, and farts in his face. Polnareff tries to attack with Silver Chariot, but the dog jumps back and reveals his Stand. Silver Chariot tries to cut the Stand in half, but The Fool turns into sand, avoiding the attack. Avdol describes the Stand's simple sand powers which concerns Jotaro, as he states that even Star Platinum might be unable to defeat it. To calm Iggy down Avdol pulls out Iggy's favorite treat, coffee-flavored chewing gum. Iggy steals the box from Avdol and begins chewing. As he does this he smells the presence of another in the distance, watching, or rather hearing.


Robert E. O. Speedwagon
(Mentioned only)
Holy Kujo
(Mentioned only)
(1st appearance)
(Mentioned only)
(1st appearance)
The Fool
(1st appearance)

Author's Comment

Link to this sectionAuthor's Note
During summer vacation, I returned to my hometown with the plan to just simply fish, but ended up working anyway!

Magazine & Tankobon Differences

Volume Differences

WSJ TheFoolTarot.png

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Volume 20, Chapter 70 (Page 6)
Changed tarot card design.

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Volume 20, Chapter 70 (Page 19)
Changed (いぬ) to 犬 and "N'Dyoul" (ンドュール, Ndyūru)
to "N'Doul" (ンドゥール, Ndūru).




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