Trish Una (トリッシュ・ウナ Torisshu Una) es una aliada de vital importancia en JoJo's Bizarre Adventure, Vento Aureo.
Trish es la hija de el jefe de Passione y Donatella Una. Al ser un objetivo por parte de los enemigos del jefe, ella es protegida por el gang. Ella luego despierta su Stand, Spice Girl y se convierte en un aliado valioso para el equipo.
Trish es una chica de 15 años de estatura media y complexión delgada. Ella usa su cabello claro (a menudo representado de color rosa) en un remolino suelto sobre su cabeza. En su primera aparición en el manga, Trish usaba una camiseta junto con un corsé oscuro exponiendo su vientre. Además, vestía una minifalda que llegaba hasta los muslos, con un patrón recurrente de girasoles y sin ningún tipo de calzado. Su corte de cabello, a pesar de que todavía tenga un remolino sobre su cabeza, era ligeramente diferente al de su giro característico, ya que tenía dos mechones de cabello cayendo en cada lado de su cabeza. Este atuendo es omitido en el anime.
El segundo atuendo de Trish aparece en el capitulo 486. Este consiste en un corpiño oscuro conectado a un collar con un patrón de azulejos de tonos alternos de símbolos matemáticos. Lleva una falda larga con un diseño similar al de su collar, dividida en la parte superior de su muslo izquierdo, y un par de botas de tacón pequeño hasta la rodilla sin ningún tipo de calzado. Las botas inicialmente tenían cremalleras y pequeños cordones, pero fueron removidas más tarde.
Additionally, the cover of Volume 57 depicts her wearing a one-piece white blouse with Spice Girl as a motif on the front side while only exposing her bare legs. The outfit is supposedly inspired by an outfit American model Trish Goff wore for a fashion show. Besides, Trish's hair was again depicted differently and she wore a pair of wedge sandals with ankle bracelets.
Trish es presentada por primera vez como una chica egoísta y consentida, con gustos de clase alta. De hecho, cuando el equipo Bucciarati se tiene que hacer cargo de proteger a Trish, ella pide de inmediato cosméticos de marca y agua con gas, a pesar de la situación actual por la que esta pasando el equipo; más tarde se revela que esto era una forma de ocultar sus inseguridades a los demás, aunque sus dudas sobre sí misma aún son evidentes en casos como expresa su nerviosismo a Bucciarati sobre si ella y su padre se llevarían bien o no.
A medida va pasando el tiempo Trish con el equipo de Bucciarati, ella revela ser una persona mas leal y determinada. Cuando despierta a su Stand Spice Girl, gracias a la ayuda de Giorno Giovanna, ella acepta su nuevo poder para defenderse ella misma y a sus nuevos amigos.
At first cold toward her bodyguards, her relationships with them improve as she becomes one of their companions in the fight against Diavolo.
She is shown caring for Narancia Ghirga's safety during The Grateful Dead's attack. She deliberately refuses to use the ice for her own benefit and instead uses it to reduce the aging effects of the stand on the young man, while Bucciarati urges her to keep it and use it for herself. Furthermore, she opens up herself to Narancia after Green Day's ambush expressing her urge for Bucciarati's attention as well as her ambiguous feelings for him. In the anime adaptation, a scene where she is shown watching over a resting Narancia was added.
She is also seen lightheartedly teasing and joking around with Guido Mista towards the end once she is comfortable around him.
Trish can act mysophobic and can scream if she touches an object with the lingering body heat from another individual. Moreover, she dislikes anything that isn't beautiful, insects as well as smelly foolish men. The anime shows that she inherited these features from her mother.
Trish has been shown once to be adept at self-defense, easily reversing Narancia's knife back onto him when he threatened her, stabbing his cheek.
- Main article: Spice Girl
Trish's humanoid Stand is Spice Girl. It has good melee and defensive capabilities, with the unique ability to soften any object (to the quality of a springy cushion) and making them nigh indestructible.
As Diavolo's daughter, Trish has a spiritual connection to him. She can notably sense whenever he is nearby.
Trish is the daughter of Diavolo and Donatella Una, conceived without Diavolo's knowledge. Initially she's stated to be born in April 19, 1986, in Ischia, Campania, but it was then changed to June 8, 1985. She lived a normal life with her mother Donatella until Donatella fell ill and began looking for a certain "Solido Naso", which caught the attention of the gang Passione. After Donatella's passing, Passione found out about her parentage, and she became the center of attention of two factions: firstly her father's loyal underlings who tried to secure her, and then La Squadra Esecuzioni who wanted to kidnap Trish to get to the Boss. Agents loyal to the Boss quickly took her but the traitor assassins continued trailing her. Despite her high-class tastes, Trish seems to have lived in humble living conditions.
Trish was eventually passed in the care of Pericolo, who brought her to Capri to meet her future bodyguards.
Trish under protection
First seen disguised as a janitor, Trish is introduced as the boss' daughter that is put under the eye of Polpo's replacement capo, Bruno Bucciarati along with his gang members Narancia Ghirga, Pannacotta Fugo, Guido Mista, Leone Abbacchio, and Giorno Giovanna. The first time she meets the bodyguards, an unaware Narancia mistakes her for a mere janitor and tells her to go away but she antagonizes him and manhandles him. However, the dispute is defused when Pericolo intervenes. Pericolo eventually reveals her true nature to Team Bucciarati and she puts on her normal clothes in private while Pericolo explains to the team their mission. As she exits the toilets, Fugo tries to greet her but she tells him to take out his jacket and swipes her hands on it, immediately demanding extravagant care under the circumstances such as wanting new clothes, make-up, a magazine and French mineral water.
Team Bucciarati subsequently brings her to a house in a vineyard that serves as a hideout for a time. However, when Narancia is sent on a supply run, the items she has asked for are seen by Formaggio, confirming her presence. Formaggio persists in trying to discover Narancia's hideout and the ensuing fight destroys a whole street, which is bound to attract the attention of the rest of the hitmen. The Boss quickly issues new orders and tells the team to retrieve a key in the ruins of Pompeii, which tells them to go to Venice. On the way there, Pannacotta Fugo accidentally falls on her as the team's car brakes and Guido Mista begs for mercy, giving the impression that Fugo fell on her to grope her. Nothing comes out of it however.
The team retrieve the turtle Coco Jumbo which serves as a handy mobile hideout and board the first train to Florence. However, the team is followed by La Squadra members Prosciutto and Pesci. Prosciutto's The Grateful Dead ages everyone in the train but she is relatively unscathed because she is a girl and thanks to her fresh drink. Mista is sent out to take out the enemy, holding an ice cube to resist the aging. Trish tries to preserve Narancia by using the remaining ice cube on him but Bucciarati tells her to keep it for herself since she is under their protection. At the end of the battle, Pesci takes the turtle and makes Trish come out of it while he attempts to kill the other members. Though Bucciarati defeats him, Trish is left confused as to the strange abilities and beings coming from the fight. Bucciarati takes this as a sign of her Stand slowly manifesting, beginning with a large claw mark left in the ground.
Trish spends some time brooding by herself because Bucciarati doesn't answer her questions. At one point, the Stand Baby Face manages to infiltrate the turtle and attack her. She is turned into a cabinet while Baby Face also incapacitates Bucciarati and then fights Giorno Giovanna, who fortunately manages to defeat Baby Face and also assassinate the User, Melone. The gang then successfully brings her to Venice without further danger to herself.
The Boss's treachery
When the gang finally arrives at San Giorgio Maggiore church and must part with Trish, she is ultimately left unnerved by the whole experience. Escorted by Bucciarati, Trish's growing anxiety causes her to shy away from the elevator leading to the bell tower, scared at what kind of person her father might be. Bucciarati, having only known his own loving parents, is confident that the Boss would love his daughter, and reassures Trish that she'll simply be given a new identity to live out the rest of her life in peace. Though Trish initially denies her nervousness, she eventually holds Bucciarati's hand for comfort during the elevator ride. However, before anyone could notice, she is knocked unconscious and has her hand severed by her own father, and then abducted.
As Bucciarati realizes, the Boss of Passione only wanted Trish brought to him so he could kill her himself and erase all of his ties with the past. Bucciarati nearly dies from fatal injuries sustained trying to keep Trish safe, but the guidance and assistance of Giorno give him the resolve to escape the Boss with her unconscious body. Upon regaining consciousness and having her hand reattached, Trish quickly learns that her father would go to any length to preserve his own secrecy, including murdering the people related to him. Bucciarati and his gang (with the exception of Fugo) would betray Passione in order to protect Trish and defeat their former boss.
Finding her father's past
Team Bucciarati have lunch at a restaurant. Trish comes out to tell her allies that her father met her mother Donatella in Sardinia, which may help them find his identity. Moreover, she affirms her determination to find out about her past and not stand on the sidelines. Narancia is attacked by the shark Stand Clash, then by Talking Head which forces him to lie. Trish stays safe in the turtle during the battle and the team eventually leaves Venice for its airport.
Notorious B.I.G & Spice Girl
On a plane bound for Sardinia the group is attacked by the invulnerable Stand Notorious B.I.G. Mista and Narancia are severely injured and incapacitated, while Giorno sacrifices both of his hands in an attempt to get rid of the Stand, leaving him unable to use Gold Experience's abilities. When all the gang but Trish retreats into the cabin, she is attacked by Notorious B.I.G once more. Though she tries to escape, she notices that one of the ladybug brooches from Giorno's outfit is on the floor and slowly turning into a hand. Trish realizes that if Giorno is to ever use his Stand power again, she has to protect the hand from the enemy. Though anxious and scared, she tries to reach the hand by using the reclining seats of the plane to distract the motion-detecting Stand. Notorious B.I.G ends up grabbing her by the boot, causing her to panic.
However, the boot almost unnaturally slides off of Trish's foot without letting the Stand touch her. Slightly confused, she leaves a claw mark on an armrest where she sets her hand down and begins to hear a feminine voice speak to her, telling her that she's chosen to protect Giorno and the others. A new Stand appears before Trish, introducing itself as her own: Spice Girl. Thanks to Spice Girl's ability to soften things, Trish manages to temporarily stun and wound Notorious B.I.G. Grabbing the brooch and retreating into the plane's back closet against Spice Girl's advice, Trish stops Notorious B.I.G by softening the door but the it still breaks through. Fortunately, Spice Girl softens a clock when the Stand breaches the door and the moving hands act as a distraction for Notorious B.I.G, who attacks the clock but cannot break it. Spice Girl attacks the enemy Stand by stabbing it with a pipe while it's distracted. It seems that the enemy Stand has been killed for good.
From Sardinia to Rome
Trish remains safe in the turtle for the entirety of the team's presence on La Costa Smeralda. Although Abbacchio is killed without warning, he leaves a mold of the Boss's face and fingerprints behind for his teammates. This attracts the attention of an unknown ally. Thanks to that ally, she eventually learns of her father's name: Diavolo. The team and the mysterious hacker agree to meet in Rome in the Colosseum. During Green Day's first attack, Trish is slightly wounded by the mold created by the stand, while Narancia was the most affected by the stand's ambush. Trish expresses her discontent at the fact that Bucciarati acted cold towards Narancia who was badly injured, resulting in a moment of wisdom and discernment of the latter who considers that the leader had the adequate reaction and even allowed his life to be saved. A concerned Trish replies that Bucciarati is acting cold towards the group as a whole, implicitly expressing her urge for Bucciarati's attention. Narancia understands it and construes her emotions as a mark of her growing feelings for Bucciarati but advises her to differ the exploration of her feelings for another time, as their situation is not suited for such considerations. Somehow, the team manages to defeat Cioccolata and Secco although Bucciarati gets separated from the group.
The Battle against Diavolo
Arriving at the Colosseum, Trish senses Diavolo's presence and becomes paranoid, warning the gang of him. Suddenly, Chariot Requiem, Jean Pierre Polnareff's empowered Stand gone wild, manipulates the souls in Rome and puts everyone to sleep. When Trish wakes up, she realizes that she's in Mista's body and is appalled at his hygiene. Polnareff himself appears to explain them everything and their goal shifts to pursuing Chariot Requiem and take the Arrow. They also reunite with Bucciarati in Diavolo's body but Chariot Requiem shows that it can manipulate Stands to protect itself. Mista is almost shot in the head by his own Sex Pistols and Trish has to soften the bullet to save him. Worse, Diavolo is still present and manages to kill Narancia without being noticed. The team spend a short time mourning for their fallen comrade, then continues to pursue Chariot.
Giorno eventually works out that Diavolo's soul is cohabiting with one of his teammates; indeed Diavolo reveals himself in Mista's body and thus shares it with Trish's soul. King Crimson wrestles Spice Girl and takes control of Mista's body. Diavolo thus pursues Chariot Requiem, evading the team's attacks and almost seizing the Arrow. However, at a most crucial moment, when he tries to grab the arrow after having deflected some of Mista's bullets, Trish reveals herself conscious. Using her power, she reveals that she softened the bullets to make it look like they were blocked, and by undoing her ability, the bullets alongside their momentum are restored, shooting Diavolo through the hand and knocking the Arrow far away from him. Trish then tells her father that she'll overcome the fate she inherited, and will no longer cower or flee.
In a moment of complete hatred for his daughter, Diavolo has King Crimson punch Spice Girl through the abdomen, which sends Mista's body flying through the air in the direction of the Arrow. Trish's soul begins to ascend due to the fatal blow, and Diavolo has put himself on the path for capturing the Arrow. In the nick of time, Bucciarati sacrifices himself to destroy Chariot Requiem, allowing her soul to return her body and save her life while forcing Diavolo's soul away. Regaining consciousness, Trish warns Giorno that Diavolo is trying to escape, which inadvertently leads him to attack Giorno to save his own pride after hearing the comment. However, Giorno has already pierced Gold Experience with the Arrow. Trish then bears witness to the awakening of Giorno's newfound Stand, known as Gold Experience Requiem, and watches as her father and his seemingly invincible Stand ability face defeat.
Skeptical that Diavolo might still be alive after being sent into the nearby river, Trish urges Giorno to look for him. However, he diffuses her worries with confidence that Diavolo's fate is final. She accepts the response then decides to go with Mista back in order to see the Colosseum and look for Bucciarati unknowing of his death. Giorno and Polnareff know of Bucciarati's fate but the reactions of Trish and Mista at this discovery remain unknown.
Purple Haze Feedback
(The information below derives from a Light Novel not written by Araki. As such, it may or may not be considered canon.)
In the light novel Purple Haze Feedback, it is revealed that after the events of Vento Aureo, Trish pursued a career as a successful pop star. She mentions in a radio interview that she had been on stage for most of her life, accompanied by her late mother and manager. She gives thanks to "an amazing group of people" that helped her through her hiatus, referencing her time with Team Bucciarati.
A bonus chapter features Trish visiting Bucciarati's grave and incidentally meeting Bucciarati's mother. She recalls the moment the heroes discovered that Bucciarati was dead all along but Giorno persuades Mista to let him live. Giorno tells her that this is now as far as she'll go with the gang. Trish and Bucciarati's mother discuss about Bucciarati's demise and Trish at the least tells the Bruno died without regrets and what she thought of Bruno. The both of them cry together over Bucciarati's grave.
- Donatella Una: Trish's mother, who had taken care of her for fifteen years despite her lover's disappearance. After falling ill, she advises her daughter to look for a certain "Solido Naso," whom she said to be her father. Trish thinks fondly of her mother after her death. In the anime, it is shown that Trish inherits Donatella's personality of disliking anything that is not beautiful, insects, and smelly men.
- Diavolo: Trish's father, who was the boss of Passione, was initially unaware of her existence until her mother's death. He then issues Team Bucciarati to guard her from traitors until he meets up with her. However, his intentions were revealed as it turns out that he finds Trish as a threat to his identity, and could jeopardize his anonymity in Passione. He then disowns his own daughter and brands Team Bucciarati alongside her as traitors for trying to uncover his true identity. During the final battle, Trish attempts to stop him from getting the Arrow, to which he responds by bloodily punching her as an attempt to kill her for good. After Giorno defeats Diavolo, she shows relief, knowing he cannot cause terror anymore.
- Bruno Bucciarati: Bucciarati initially saw Trish as a way to get closer to the Boss. When he assists her in the elevator at the San Giorgio Maggiore church, he reassures her nervousness and thus Trish begins to trust him more. Throughout their journey to discovering the Boss's true identity, he sees her grow out of her shell and admires her determination to fight against her father. When Doppio feigns to be Trish, subsequently fooling Bucciarati, the latter offers Trish a small estate in the suburbs of Neapolis and utters that she has a right to peace and happiness.
- Giorno Giovanna: Trish is introduced to Giorno during their escort mission, which he saw as an opportunity to finally get closer to Passione's Boss. Later on, Giorno starts demonstrating a degree of care for Trish, willing to sacrifice his chance to confront the Boss in order to ensure her well-being. During the battle with Notorious B.I.G, her Stand openly admits that Giorno's actions have allowed her spirit to mature. Trish assists Giorno in taking the Arrow as well as in defeating Diavolo.
- Guido Mista: During their escort mission, Mista saw Trish as nothing more than the Boss's daughter, even jokingly pleading for her to spare Fugo from her father for accidentally bumping into her in the car to the train station. Later on, under Chariot Requiem's effects, the two's souls exchange bodies. Trish spares no time to criticize Mista's body, particularly his hygiene, while he carelessly acts barbaric in her body. After Diavolo's defeat, the two return to each other's bodies while having grown more accustomed with each other, with Trish even calling Mista's scent "nostalgic."
- Narancia Ghirga: They are seen to show some care towards each other. When first disguised as a worker, Trish was quite gruff towards Narancia and even insulted him. Though, when The Grateful Dead affects the Bucciarati's Gang, especially Narancia, she demonstrates some empathy towards him uses an ice brick on him instead of herself. During Bucciarati's betrayal of Boss, Narancia sees the wound that Trish suffered, and also realizes that their fates have a lot of similarities, so he decides to go with Bucciarati. After Narancia was badly injured by Green Day's attack, she criticizes Bucciarati's cold attitude towards him.
- Pannacotta Fugo: After Trish is put under the protection of Team Bucciarati, Fugo tried to warmly greet her, but she only asked him to take off his jacket just to swipe her hands on it. The two remain neutral toward each other, even after Fugo was tempted by Mista to look at her breasts.
- Leone Abbacchio: While Trish and Abbacchio did not interact much, he nonetheless becomes a crucial ally to her and the rest of the team in discovering the Boss's true identity.
- La Squadra Esecuzioni: When it was discovered that The Boss of Passione had a child, Trish's existence was brought to the attention of the former assassination squad of Passione, under the leadership of Risotto Nero, which in turn endangered her life. Throughout Team Bucciarati's journey to deliver Trish to the Boss safely, the squad attempts to kidnap her in order to take revenge for the death their former members.
- Pericolo: After her mother's death, Trish's existence was brought to attention of Passione. She was subsequently passed on to Pericolo's care, under the instructions of The Boss, who brought her to Capri to meet Team Bucciarati.
Chapters / Episodes
- Chapter 468: The Hidden Six-Hundred Million Yen Stash
- Chapter 469: Capo Bucciarati; The First Order from the Boss
- Chapter 470: Narancia's Aerosmith, Part 1 (Cover only)
- Chapter 471: Narancia's Aerosmith, Part 2 (Mentioned only)
- Chapter 475: Narancia's Aerosmith, Part 6 (Mentioned only)
- Chapter 476: Narancia's Aerosmith, Part 7 (Mentioned only)
- Chapter 478: The Second Order from the Boss: "Retrieve the Key!"
- Chapter 479: Man in the Mirror and Purple Haze, Part 1 (Mentioned only)
- Chapter 486: Express Train to Florence, Part 1
- Chapter 487: Express Train to Florence, Part 2
- Chapter 488: The Grateful Dead, Part 1
- Chapter 489: The Grateful Dead, Part 2
- Chapter 492: The Grateful Dead, Part 5
- Chapter 496: The Grateful Dead, Part 9
- Chapter 498: The Grateful Dead, Part 11
- Chapter 499: The Grateful Dead, Part 12
- Chapter 500: Baby Face, Part 1
- Chapter 501: Baby Face, Part 2 (Photo only)
- Chapter 502: Baby Face, Part 3
- Chapter 503: Baby Face, Part 4 (Mentioned only)
- Chapter 507: Head to Venice!
- Chapter 508: Venice's Santa Lucia Station - Get the "OA-Disc"!
- Chapter 511: White Album, Part 3
- Chapter 516: The Boss's Last Orders
- Chapter 517: Bruno Bucciarati's Childhood
- Chapter 518: The Mystery of King Crimson, Part 1
- Chapter 519: The Mystery of King Crimson, Part 2
- Chapter 520: The Mystery of King Crimson, Part 3
- Chapter 521: The Mystery of King Crimson, Part 4
- Chapter 522: The Mystery of King Crimson, Part 5
- Chapter 523: The Mystery of King Crimson, Part 6
- Chapter 524: The "G" in Guts
- Chapter 525: Clash and Talking Head, Part 1
- Chapter 532: No Flightcode! Headed for Sardinia
- Chapter 533: Notorious B.I.G, Part 1
- Chapter 534: Notorious B.I.G, Part 2
- Chapter 535: Notorious B.I.G, Part 3
- Chapter 536: Notorious B.I.G, Part 4
- Chapter 537: Notorious B.I.G, Part 5
- Chapter 538: Notorious B.I.G, Part 6
- Chapter 539: Spice Girl, Part 1
- Chapter 540: Spice Girl, Part 2
- Chapter 541: Storm Warning in Sardinia Island! (Mentioned only)
- Chapter 544: King Crimson vs. Metallica, Part 1 (Cover only)
- Chapter 548: King Crimson vs. Metallica, Part 5
- Chapter 551: Pronto! On the Phone, Part 1
- Chapter 552: Pronto! On the Phone, Part 2
- Chapter 553: Destination: Rome! The Colosseum
- Chapter 554: "Green Day" and "Oasis", Part 1
- Chapter 555: "Green Day" and "Oasis", Part 2 (Cover only)
- Chapter 568: His Name Is Diavolo, Part 1
- Chapter 569: A Little Story From the Past (Mentioned only)
- Chapter 570: His Name Is Diavolo, Part 2
- Chapter 571: What Lies Beyond the Arrow
- Chapter 572: The Requiem Quietly Plays, Part 1 (In Guido Mista's body)
- Chapter 573: The Requiem Quietly Plays, Part 2 (In Guido Mista's body)
- Chapter 574: The Requiem Quietly Plays, Part 3 (In Guido Mista's body)
- Chapter 575: The Requiem Quietly Plays, Part 4 (In Guido Mista's body)
- Chapter 576: The Requiem Quietly Plays, Part 5 (In Guido Mista's body)
- Chapter 577: The Requiem Quietly Plays, Part 6 (In Guido Mista's body)
- Chapter 578: The Requiem Quietly Plays, Part 7 (In Guido Mista's body)
- Chapter 579: The Requiem Quietly Plays, Part 8 (In Guido Mista's body)
- Chapter 580: Diavolo Surfaces, Part 1 (In Guido Mista's body)
- Chapter 581: Diavolo Surfaces, Part 2 (In Guido Mista's body)
- Chapter 582: Diavolo Surfaces, Part 3 (In Guido Mista's body)
- Chapter 583: Diavolo Surfaces, Part 4 (In Guido Mista's body)
- Chapter 584: Diavolo Surfaces, Part 5 (In Guido Mista's body)
- Chapter 585: King of Kings
- Chapter 586: Gold Experience Requiem, Part 1
- Chapter 587: Gold Experience Requiem, Part 2
- Chapter 588: Gold Experience Requiem, Part 3
- Chapter 589: Gold Experience Requiem, Part 4
- Chapter 594: Sleeping Slaves, Part 5
- GW Episode 9: The First Order from the Boss
- GW Episode 10: The Hitman Team
- GW Episode 11: Narancia's Aerosmith
- GW Episode 12: The Second Order from the Boss (Mentioned only)
- GW Episode 13: Man in the Mirror and Purple Haze (Mentioned only)
- GW Episode 13.5: Inizio del vento aureo
- GW Episode 14: Express Train to Florence
- GW Episode 15: The Grateful Dead, Part 1
- GW Episode 16: The Grateful Dead, Part 2
- GW Episode 17: Baby Face
- GW Episode 18: Head to Venice!
- GW Episode 19: White Album (Mentioned only)
- GW Episode 20: The Boss's Last Orders
- GW Episode 21: The Mystery of King Crimson
- GW Episode 21.5: determinazione
- GW Episode 22: The "G" in Guts
- GW Episode 24: Notorious B.I.G
- GW Episode 25: Spice Girl
- GW Episode 26: A Little Story From the Past ~My Name Is Doppio~ (Mentioned only)
- GW Episode 27: King Crimson vs. Metallica (Mentioned only)
- GW Episode 28: Beneath a Sky on the Verge of Falling (Mentioned only)
- GW Episode 28.5: destino
- GW Episode 29: Destination: Rome! The Colosseum
- GW Episode 30: Green Day and Oasis, Part 1
- GW Episode 31: Green Day and Oasis, Part 2 (Mentioned only)
- GW Episode 33: His Name Is Diavolo
- GW Episode 34: The Requiem Quietly Plays, Part 1
- GW Episode 35: The Requiem Quietly Plays, Part 2
- GW Episode 36: Diavolo Surfaces
- GW Episode 37: King of Kings
- GW Episode 38: Gold Experience Requiem
- GW Episode 39: Sleeping Slaves
- “Why are people coming after me, all for a father I've never even met!? Answer me!”
- “I want to know my origins, no matter what! I refuse to die before finding out!”
- “Giorno isn't out of the fight just yet! I just have to protect that left hand!”
- “Let's find out the Boss's identity. It's time to trace my father's past.”
- “I have always been here. I have always been here by your side, ever since you were a little girl.”
- “Why!? Why am I Mista now!? There's hair growing on my fingers! My nails are short and they're shaped all wrong and there's gunk under them! I can't live like this!”
- “H..hey you! Where do you think your fingers are going!? Keep your fingers out of my panties! Don't spread your legs any wider or I'll kill you!”
- “I, too can overcome the fate I inherited from you. I will not cower or flee! If you try to stop me, I shall soar beyond you.”
- “The Arrow belongs to Giorno for eternity! Now the Boss will never be able to lay a single finger on that Arrow ever again!”
GioGio's Bizarre Adventure (PS2)
Trish is unique in that her Normal Mode moveset does not involve her Stand at all, referencing her Stand's late development in the original story. Trish is capable of performing a jumping kick, making her the only playable character than can jump freely without the aid of a ledge. She can also step on an enemy to stun them; if the enemy has been knocked down, the attack deals more damage.
While Spice Girl is active, Trish can push back and stun an attacking opponent by pressing when the attack connects. Spice Girl's special attacks are a chop that bounces the enemy off the ground and a pole attack that functions similarly to Trish's stepping attack, though it cannot connect with downed enemies.
- Another Story Mode: Chapters 2-1, 3-1, 4-3, 5-1, 10-1, 10-3, 11-3
All-Star Battle (PS3)
Trish is briefly mentioned in some texts during Part 5 Story Mode.
For the English localization, her Stand, Spice Girl, was renamed Spicy Lady.
Eyes of Heaven (PS3/PS4)
Trish Una was confirmed for Eyes of Heaven alongside her father and Bruno Bucciarati.
As a Stand User, Trish is one of many characters with wildly varied abilities that grant her uniqueness in battle.
A trait exclusive to Trish is that she is immune to being wall-splat; at any time she is knocked into a wall, Spice Girl's ability will instantly activate and cause her to recover immediately, making it more difficult for her opponents to combo her. Spice Girl will also trap larger stage objects, making them repel opponents that touch them. Another unique ability Trish possesses allows objects thrown by her to ricochet off walls up to 3 times; if Trish is locked on, the object will ricochet towards her target, otherwise flying at the nearest opponent.
- Style Action - I made it softer!: Trish summons Spice Girl to punch the ground, creating a softened spot indicated by a pink glow. Opponents that step on these areas take damage and are bounced high into the air or into nearby walls. Trish may have up to 3 traps active at a given time.
- Being this soft means I'm even more unbreakable than diamond!: Spice Girl softens and grabs the ground, pulling it up and creating a temporary shield. Any attacks from Trish's front will be reflected back onto the attacker, sending them flying. Projectiles reflected will be aimed at their source, including moving opponents.
- Spice Girl!: Spice Girl unleashes a barrage of 11 punches, sending opponents caught flying on the final hit.
- With the strength of a thousand fists!: Spice Girl pulls out a metal pipe and swings it down. If it connects, the opponent is knocked into the ground, where the Stand will proceed to stab them using the end of the pipe, before knocking them away. This attack can also hit opponents that are down. If the activating button is rapidly pressed, the attack can be extended to make Spice Girl stab the pipe into the target up to 4 more times. Trish is invincible once the attack connects.
- EX - Being this soft means I'm even more unbreakable than diamond!: The skill activates instantly.
- EX - Spice Girl!: The skill activates quicker and Trish can cancel the attack into another skill while Spice Girl is punching, including the normal version of itself.
- Dual Heat Attack - WAAAAAAAANNABEEEEEEEEEE: Spice Girl softens the ground where the opponent is standing, shaking them off-balance. Using this opening, Trish charges at the opponent as her Stand delivers an uppercut, before punching them hard into the softened ground. As the target is bounced into the air, Trish jumps towards them and Spice Girl unleashes an upward barrage of punches while letting out its cry, finishing by punching them away.
- This is your ability!: Trish must connect her Style Action twice. (200 Points)
- Destroy!!: Trish must connect "Spice Girl!" 3 times. (200 Points)
- Well... That's certainly got some flavor to it...: Trish must connect "With the strength of a thousand fists!" 3 times. (300 Points)
- Being this soft means I'm even more unbreakable than diamond!: Trish must use "Being this soft means I'm even more unbreakable than diamond!" 5 times. (500 Points)
- Alright, you piece of trash!: Trish must Retire an opponent with a Dual Heat Attack. (800 Points)
She is paired with Bucciarati in the Eyes of Heaven Tournament, having been placed in the F Block series of battles to be incorporated into the main Tournament. They defeated Diavolo and Joshu Higashikata in the first round, and Part 4 Jotaro Kujo and Diego Brando (Parallel World) in the second, being incorporated into the main branch. In the semifinals, they defeated Giorno and Mista in the first round but were eliminated by Jolyne Cujoh and Gyro Zeppeli in the second.
JoJo's Pitter-Patter Pop! (Android/iOS)
The number of additional replaced panels is:
- Half the number of obstacles on the board (SL1/2)
- The total number of obstacles on the board minus 2 (SL3)
- The total number of obstacles on the board (SL4/5)
The number of additional panels erased:
- Half the number of obstacles on the board (SL1/2)
- The total number of obstacles on the board minus 2 (SL3)
- The total number of obstacles on the board (SL4/5)
In the light novel JORGE JOESTAR, an incarnation of Trish lives in the 37th universe named Trish Cicciolina (トリッシュ・チチョリーナ Torisshu Chichorīna). Trish Cicciolina has a completely different life compared to the original universe Trish, with her surname and careers based on Ilona Staller.
Although she appears similarly to the original Trish, she is middle aged in 2012 whereas the rest of Team Bucciarati37 are still teenagers and young adults. She is not associated with them or Passione and instead becomes an adult entertainer. Later, she becomes a member of the Italian Parliament, and is even famous in Japan.
Kars transforms his mouth into a projector and transmits images from the memories of Narancia Ghirga37 to a wall across from him. The images that first appear are pin-ups of Trish from various magazines. Narancia embarrassingly begs Kars to stop displaying them.
Trish and Mista laughing after teasing each other regarding the soul switching done by Chariot Requiem earlier and their experiences about it
Questioning Bucciarati about the things she's seen, with her Stand leaving an imprint on the grass behind her
Trish and Mista laughing after teasing each other regarding the soul switching done by Chariot Requiem earlier and their experiences about it
- El segundo atuendo de Trish esta basada en el de una mujer que aparece en la portada del album Around the World in a Day del artista Prince.
- ↑ Kazuma Kaneko Interview
- ↑ “Feelin’ JOJO”! ~Part 5 Q & A~" ( "Weekly Shonen Jump" Issue 9, 1998)
- ↑ 3.0 3.1 3.2 3.3 3.4 3.5 3.6 3.7 3.8 3.9 Chapter 591: Sleeping Slaves, Part 2
- ↑ JOJOVELLER: STANDS
- ↑ Chapter 469: Capo Bucciarati; The First Order from the Boss
- ↑ Chapter 516: The Boss's Last Orders
- ↑ 7.0 7.1 Chapter 540: Spice Girl, Part 2
- ↑ 8.0 8.1 Chapter 594: Sleeping Slaves, Part 5
- ↑ Chapter 592: Sleeping Slaves, Part 3
- ↑ Chapter 591: Sleeping Slaves, Part 2
- ↑ JORGE JOESTAR Chapter 12: Rhinoceros Beetle