Sandman's tribe. They live in the Arizona desert. Because they are being driven out of their ancestors' land, the tribe is highly xenophobic and hate the white men. To the tribe, possession of a white man's book (e.g. the Bible) is considered treachery and is punishable by death.
Unnamed Characters in Steel Ball Run
This is a list of unnamed characters found in the seventh part of the JoJo's Bizarre Adventure series, Steel Ball Run. These characters played minor but varying roles throughout the storyline.
Steel Ball Run
Voice Actor: Takashi Ōhara (Newspaper Reporter A)
Daisuke Endou (Newspaper Reporter C)
In the VOMIC, only a couple of the reporters are shown, and the ones that speak are credited as Newspaper Reporter A (新聞記者Ａ Shinbun kisha A) and Newspaper Reporter C (新聞記者C Shinbun kisha C).
SBR Chapter 6: The Dried-Up River; Diego Brando (Flashback)
Voice Actor: Shinichiro Ohta
Passengers of the "Steel Ball Run Limited" train. Other then Steven Steel and Lucy Steel, they consist of reporters, judges, and VIPs who were invited to follow and observe the racers during the first stage of the race. Some of them were handed out monoculars and binoculars to better see the racers.
A group of four riders that strayed off course during the first stage of the Steel Ball Run due to following Sandman. Pocoloco stumbles upon the group when they are blaming Sandman for leading them to a cliff. They all then see Sandman jump and scale the ravine, one of the riders questioning if he purposefully tricked them into thinking the course was this way. The rider with a handlebar mustache, who lead the group, clarifies he started following him just because he was running fast. The riders consult their maps whether to take the shortcut or go back. As they do so, they witness Pocoloco attempt the jump himself.
He and another man are men close to president Funny Valentine acting as counselors. One of them makes an agreement with Diego Brando to recruit him for the president. They are later issued to keep watch over Lucy Steel after she had merged the skull of the Corpse Parts into her womb. Lucy overhears them discussing her condition, and when they notice her conscious, they try to hold her down and inject a drug to put her back to sleep. She makes a run for it, and throughout several pages, one of the men is constantly shouting out lines referring to making her "docile like a winter catfish" (A total of 5 times). The catfish guy is constantly getting injured on his left eye due to Lucy's Stand ability, and eventually a guard walks in with a shotgun and accidentally gets stabbed by the injection needle. He ends up pulling the trigger, and the catfish guy is shot straight in the left eye and killed. The other guy tries to catch Lucy, but eventually falls and impales his eye on the door handle.
When Wekapipo was exiled, he thought she died in 1889. She fell down some stairs when she was working which broke her left shoulder and bruised her head. It was considered taboo for anyone to take care of her, but the Zeppeli family took her in as a patient. Gyro went against the advice of his mother and attempted to perform surgery, but "fortunately" failed. Had he succeeded, she would have suffered from a more tragic future. She was being kept alive only because she was blind and her former father-in-law assumed she would die on her own anyway. Gregorio Zeppeli keeps her safe and hidden away in the countryside.
Later, during the struggle with Civil War, Hot Pants' brother materializes on her body due to Civil War's ability. The materialization tries to attack Hot Pants, but disappears upon Axl RO's death.
When Johnny tries to shoot Valentine a first time with his nails, the harm is redirected to a nearby farmer working on a field, who dies.
Johnny shoots three nails at the wall, causing the death of three construction workers in Paris when a scaffolding collapses on them, even decapitating one of them.
Gyro throws a Steel Ball at the wall, causing the death of a young boy from Saigon who is shot in the head.
Johnny shoots again at the wall, the harm is redirected at a rioter somewhere who gets hit by a baseball bat; the impact crushes his skull and he dies.
Gyro throws a near perfect Golden Spin Steel Ball at Valentine, causing a cart to roll over a man and a woman in the Middle East.
In his rage because of Gyro's death, Johnny shoots a nail at the wall without the Golden Spin, causing the death of an African tribesman accidentally shot in the throat by a brethren.
Five additional shots cause some people to fall on train tracks just as the train arrives, and they are presumably run over.
Another shot is redirected, and a lock is broken, causing a lion and lioness to devour a zoo worker.
A group of women who interfere during the final stage of the Steel Ball Run race when the alternate Diego Brando stops in the middle of a street. They don't hesitate to swarm him and hug him, unaware that Diego is using them as shields. When Tusk ACT 4 strikes from below the ground, it kills two women by mistake.