This is a list of unnamed characters found in the third part of the JoJo's Bizarre Adventure series, Stardust Crusaders. These characters played minor but varying roles throughout the storyline. Most of the titles from earlier parts were translated from the encyclopedia found in JoJo6251.
Throughout the entirety of the series, a disembodied narrator comments on the events of the series, providing extra information about the characters, their past and state of mind, as well as giving context for the plot, for instance describing the era or the place the characters find themselves in.
A trio of treasure hunters who operated near the Canary Islands in 1983. They found DIO's coffin in the water. Thinking it was an unusual treasure chest, the trio opened the casket just as the sun was setting. They disappeared afterwards but it can be inferred that they were DIO's first victims in a century.
These two police officers arrest Jotaro Kujo for brutally beating up four thugs, including a boxing champion and ones wielding nunchaku and knives. They call his mother Holy to get Jotaro out of his cell, as he refuses to leave it. To prove that he is possessed by an evil spirit, Jotaro makes many objects appear in his cell and grabs the gun of one of the officers. He shoots himself in the head, but the bullet stops in mid-air thanks to his Stand, Star Platinum. One of them fears he would be fired if his bosses found out about Jotaro's "evil spirit". The cop warns Joseph that he wouldn't be responsible if something happens to him when getting closer to Jotaro. They then witness Jotaro's fight with Avdol, but couldn't see their Stands.
A group of Jotaro's female admirers, who follow him when he goes to school and flirt with him. While Jotaro mostly ignores them, their constant and loud bickering annoys him greatly. He then violently tells them to shut up, but the groupies find that charming instead. When Jotaro trips and falls down a huge set of stairs, they all rush to his help. One of the groupies finds Kakyoin quite attractive as well, only for the others to rebuke her.
The nurse at Jotaro Kujo's school. She's used to attending to people who had fought with him in the past, so when Jotaro enters her office injured, she asks if he had gotten into another fight. She then realizes that Jotaro has never been injured in a fight before, and decides to believe him when he says he fell off some stairs. She tries to take the temperature of two other students to prove they are faking their fever to skip class, but picks up a pen instead of a thermometer. Claiming that the pen is a thermometer, she stabs one of the students in the eye, and it is revealed that she is possessed by Kakyoin's Stand, Hierophant Green. Jotaro, unable to attack the Stand without damaging her, forcefully kisses her and makes Star Platinum bite Hierophant Green, pulling the Stand out of her through her mouth.
Her internal organs are damaged when Hierophant Green is forcefully removed, causing Jotaro to become angry and defeat Kakyoin shortly after. He notes that despite her injuries, she will be fine with some medical attention. She is a boss in the game JoJo's Bizarre Adventure (SFC Game).
Two students from the same school as Jotaro Kujo. They pretend to play sick and visit the nurse at the same time as Jotaro and are embroiled in Noriaki Kakyoin's assassination attempt against Jotaro. When Hierophant Green possesses the nurse, she stabs one of the students in the eye, pretending that her pen was a thermometer. Horrified, both punks flee the scene.
Two flight attendants working on the plane where the Joestar Group is attacked by Tower of Gray. When the group senses that something is wrong with the plane, they go to the cockpit. These two attendants tries to prevent them from interfering with the pilots but Joseph shoves them away. They then meet with Jotaro Kujo who rudely tells them to go out of his way and Noriaki Kakyoin who reassures them. Both of them charm the attendants.
As a child, Noriaki Kakyoin was disinterested in making friends as he felt no one could understand him due to having Hierophant Green. His homeroom elementary school teacher was concerned and talked to the boy's mother, Mrs. Kakyoin, about the dilemma. Mrs. Kakyoin was embarrassed to admit that even she doesn't understand her son. Noriaki's parents planned a family trip to Egypt while Noriaki was a high school student, and he ended up meeting DIO while on the vacation.
They are very shocked when Noriaki abruptly decides to travel to Egypt again, thinking he was running away from home. After Kakyoin's fatal injury, he thinks of his parents and wonders what they're doing. He assumes they're asleep and feels sorry for making them worry.
A pair of tourist visiting Hong Kong. Charmed by Jotaro Kujo, they try to approach him by asking him to take a photo for them. However, Jotaro is angered by their pushiness and it is Polnareff who happily takes the photo.
The crew of sailors who operate the Joestar group's boat bound for Singapore. Their Captain Tennille is killed and replaced with an impostor who sabotages the boat and is defeated by Jotaro later. They and the Joestar group encounter the freighter "Big Daddy" and board it. However, the crew is then methodically decimated in the ship through multiple "accidents" before it is revealed that the freighter is a Stand and the orangutan Forever slaughters the rest of the seamen.
After Polnareff is injured by the doll possessed by Ebony Devil, he calls the reception of the hotel for bandages and medical supplies. Unfortunately, the bellhop who brings the supplies enters the room just as Polnareff is fighting with the doll. Polnareff yells at the man to get away, but the doll ambushes and cuts off the valet's face with a razor, which results in his death.
A Singaporean pickpocket who steals the fake Kakyoin's wallet and then attempts to flee, but Hierophant Green catches him. "Kakyoin" knees the man's face and violently beats him up while insulting him, which makes Jotaro suspicious and yells at him to stop. Just as Kakyoin is about to break the man's back, Jotaro pushes Kakyoin away. The fake Kakyoin says the thief deserved to be punished.
A father and son taking a skylift in Singapore who get involved with Jotaro's fight against Rubber Soul. Jotaro takes the child's ice cream to try to freeze Yellow Temperance while the father's dog is devoured. They miraculously come out unscathed despite the restrained space when Jotaro opts to destroy the floor of the cable car and jump into the ocean with Rubber Soul.
A waiter in a restaurant of Calcutta who hands a stick to Polnareff as the Frenchman heads into the restroom. When Polnareff complains to the waiter about a pig sticking its head out of the toilet bowl, the waiter explains that their toilet leads to a pig pen and shows how to hit the pig with the stick in order to make it go away. The waiter then jokingly suggests that Polnareff lets the pig lick his behind clean, disgusting Polnareff forever.
A little boy who Polnareff and Kakyoin encounter as they flee from Hanged Man. The boy asks if the two are okay after noticing their injuries and broken car. Hanged Man then hides inside the eye of the boy who gazes with curiosity at the two men telling him to look away. Hanged Man grabs onto Polnareff's throat and J. Geil threatens him saying he has no choice but to stab the kid's eye if he wants to live. Polnareff apologizes to the boy, saying he'll buy caramel for him later before he kicks sand into the boy's eyes to force Hanged Man out and strikes the Stand with Silver Chariot's sword.
A drifter who comes to Calcutta during the fight between Polnareff, Kakyoin, and J. Geil. Polnareff finds him by a column panting and heavily bleeding. He gives a speech to the man about how he knows the secret of Hanged Man and its weakness. However, Kakyoin then points out that the man doesn't have two right hands. Suddenly, Polnareff is stabbed in the back with a dagger thrown by the real J. Geil. In order to deceive Polnareff and Kakyoin, he cut the drifter up to give him the same wounds that his own body had.
A group of beggars that Polnareff and Kakyoin encounter as they fight Hanged Man. J. Geil shouts to the beggars that the duo wants to give them money, causing the beggars to surround Polnareff and Kakyoin. This allows J. Geil to use the reflective eyes of the beggars to hide Hanged Man. Kakyoin turns the tables by revealing a shiny coin which every beggar focuses their gaze on and throws it into the air. Since they know the path Hanged Man would take, Polnareff then kicks sand into the eyes of a beggar to force Hanged Man out again and finally slices the Stand in two, killing J. Geil.
A doctor operating in Varanasi in a small clinic. Joseph visits him, and the doctor decides to amputate what he thinks is an infected boil, claiming that he's studied in England. However, Empress takes his scalpel from him and lacerates his face which kills him.
A nurse enters the room when she hears the commotion and is manipulated by Empress into thinking Joseph was the murderer.
The Joestar Group stops by the drive-in Cafe Marhaba near the border of Pakistan after getting away from Wheel of Fortune. However, they notice the same car that attacked them is parked by a tree behind the cafe. They question the bartender who the driver is but he says he didn't notice the car parking there. Thus, they resort to beating up three suspicious looking muscled individuals resting at the cafe to uncover their stalker. However, the real driver of the vehicle then shows his arm at them and drives away. The Joestar group pursues him, leaving the frightened and confused men behind.
The denizens of the town in which Enya the Hag tries to trap the heroes. Enya's puppets are diverse and comprise all who "live" in the city. At first, the puppets pretend to be normal people, although they are eerily apathetic and gloomy, with a horrifying appearance for some. Joseph Joestar tries to interact with one of them, a hotel owner who closes shops as soon as he greets him. A second is the corpse of a dead traveller who was riddled with holes. The third the group encounters is a women whose face is covered in gashes. Two other policemen carry the dead travellet away. Later, Enya summons them all to her hotel to swarm Polnareff. Jotaro Kujo fights off the horde but one dead baby pierces his leg.
A boy sweeping the streets of Karachi. Steely Dan pays him to hit him with the broom once, to show the Joestar Group that he and Joseph Joestar are now connected through Lovers. The kid hits Dan in the leg and Joseph feels the impact increased manifold. When the kid hits Steely Dan a second time, the assassin hits him for daring to do so without being told. The boy then flees.
The guards of a jewelry store in Karachi. When Steely Dan forces Jotaro to steal a necklace, Dan immediately denounces him. Since Dan forbids Jotaro from using Star Platinum, Jotaro lets himself get beaten up by the staff armed with sticks, who then throw him out. They say that thieves in their country get their fingers chopped off, but they let Jotaro keep his fingers as long as he leaves their country. In the commotion, they all missed Steely Dan stealing a precious bracelet.
A small bearded pilot who initially agrees to sell his plane to Joseph. However, the next day the pilot says he'll return the money because a baby has a fever and there are no doctors in the village, so he needs to use the plane to get to a hospital. Joseph argues with the pilot but Polnareff convinces him that they should just take the baby with them because they'd be safe up in the sky without any other passengers. The pilot and Joseph accept the deal. Just as the Cessna leaves, the pilot discovers that the baby has no known mother and appeared out of nowhere.
A woman wearing a burqa from a small village who finds Mannish Boy crying beside a well with a high fever. She brings the baby to the pilot, who assumes that she is the baby's mother. She suggests that the Joestar Group should take the baby with them. Once they leave, she wonders who the baby's real mother is. However, she's relieved the baby's gone because he was scary and had fangs. She states that she never wants to hold him again because he gave her goosebumps.
A duo of helicopter pilots who meet the Joestar Group in the Egyptian desert. They drop all sorts of supplies including food, water, and medical supplies for the group and also bring Iggy with them. Finally, they inform Joseph of Holy's state. Later, the helicopter is attacked by Geb, who kills one pilot by making him drown in its water and then tears away the second pilot's head, crushing him so violently that the head enters a flask.
This friendly manga artist traveled around the world in search of unique manga works. He approaches Boingo and asks him about his "comic" Tohth, impressed that such a thing existed in Egypt. Boingo lets him see it, and as the artist reads it he becomes slightly disturbed at the content, but intrigued at the same time. Oingo approaches them and says that it is not for sale, and scares the manga artist after he insisted on buying it. Later, the manga artist takes a bus that is hit by a truck and thrown on its side. He is thrown out of the bus towards a utility pole and killed with his neck impaled on it. Oingo and Boingo, having seen Tohth's prediction of the mangaka's bloody death, wait for the next bus.
An inhabitant of Aswan. He has the misfortune of crossing path with Oingo and Boingo. His face irks Oingo who punches him. Afraid, the man runs away and drops his wallet, which Oingo and Boingo happily take. He later takes his revenge when he has his own muscly friends gang up on Oingo and Boingo and beat them.
He is rude to his son Chaka and insults him for being slow compared to himself and his two friends. While they're walking, they find the Anubis sword on the ground and think it is valuable enough to sell for a profit. He then tries to unsheathe the sword, but the Stand doesn't want to control him, so the sword doesn't budge from the sheath. Chaka asks to try but his father tells him to shut up, thinking that his son wouldn't be able to do it if he couldn't pull the sword out himself. However, Chaka pulls out the sword with ease and the Stand possesses him. Chaka's father immediately tries to grab the sword from him and is accidentally stabbed in the chest while standing behind him, as Anubis was just starting to control the young farmer. His father asks Chaka why he would do that before falling over and dying.
Two friends of Chaka's father who laugh at Chaka for being slow and compare him to his father's cows. While they're walking, they find the Anubis sword on the ground and wonder if it's an artifact. One friend asks if the owner is still nearby, while the other asks if Chaka's father is going to turn it into the police. The father greedily says it could be worth a lot of money, so the friend tells him to pull it out to make sure it isn't blunt or else it would be worthless. When Chaka's father fails to pull the sword out, the two friends try as well but the sword doesn't budge at all. Instead, one of the friends gets his hand sliced open despite only touching the shaft. After Chaka kills his father and is fully possessed by Anubis with the urge to kill, he stabs the bald man in the head and slices the other man in half.
A short Egyptian man with a moustache operating in Kom Ombo. He approaches Polnareff and offers to sell him a drawing he claims is from a famous Egyptian artist and whose paper is made of papyrus. Polnareff sees through the scam and rips the paper in two to the man's dismay.
A policeman from Edfu. After the commotion caused by the battle between Jotaro Kujo, Jean Pierre Polnareff and Khan, the policeman comes to the scene, sees Polnareff with a sword, and tries to confiscate it. Polnareff refuses to hand the dangerous Anubis to another man and struggles to keep it, but accidentally unsheathes it. Polnareff is possessed and sets his eyes on the policeman, but the latter is saved when Jotaro knees him out of the way. The policeman crashes into a metal curtain.
An Egyptian boy wearing a turban and introduced licking a lollipop. After the fight between Polnareff controlled by Anubis and Jotaro Kujo, the boy notices the blade of the sword which Jotaro broke lying on the ground. Since it was shiny, the boy picks it up out of curiosity and is immediately hypnotized. The boy then tries to throw the blade at Jotaro from behind but trips at the last moment because Iggy steals his candy. The boy misses his target and throws Anubis into the Nile.
Two tourists residing in Luxor in the same hotel as the Joestar Group. Because Joseph Joestar is affected by Bastet's magnetism, the metal studs on one of the girls' dress are attracted to Joseph. She mistakes him for a pervert and punches him before running away.
After Joseph is affected by Bastet, he comes across an old lady who considers herself young, despite not being able to even stand without the aid of a umbrella. The buttons of her clothes lift up due to the magnetism of Bastet, which makes her assume Joseph was in love with her and demonstrated it by lifting her skirt. She doesn't mind the supposed aggressive personality, stating she actually likes men like that. In fear, Joseph ran away from her to pursue Mariah. When chasing Mariah, Muhammad Avdol confused her legs with that of the old lady in the bathroom. Once again she thinks Joseph was stalking her and starts to follow him. Later she witnesses Joseph and Avdol's attempt to separate from an embarrassing position and thinks Joseph was just a pervert playing with her heart. She then starts to beat the two until they ran away once again from her.
A trio of women doing their business in the toilets of a hotel in Luxor. When Joseph Joestar and Muhammad Avdol enter the toilets to pursue Mariah, Joseph accidentally opens the locks of their bathroom stalls. They get understandably angry and drive Joseph and Avdol off the toilets.
A barman working near the pyramids of Gizeh. When the Joestar Group gives him a photograph of DIO's Mansion, he tells the group to buy drinks first. He tells that he doesn't recognizes the mansion anyway.
When the group encounters Daniel J. D'Arby in a cafe, Polnareff is tricked into making a bet with him on whether a nearby cat will go out of its way to pick up a piece of meat. At the last second, the cat swerves to grab the meat, and Polnareff's soul is captured by D'Arby's Stand Osiris. D'Arby then reveals that the cat belongs to him.
After Jotaro catches D'Arby cheating and breaks his finger with Star Platinum, Avdol approaches a nearby boy to deal the cards in their poker game. Unbeknownst to Avdol and Jotaro, the boy is in D'Arby's employ, as are all the customers and employees of the cafe. The boy is confident about his technique being awesome, thinking that D'Arby will definitely win because he made sure to give Jotaro useless cards. During the game, he panics when Jotaro starts bluffing and begins to look to D'Arby for instructions, but ultimately escapes the situation unscathed.
These two punks argue over a taxi with Hol Horse, pushing him out of the way so that they can ride in it. When asked what he would do about it, Hol Horse immediately shoots one of them in the ear with Emperor and takes the taxi first, while they were wondering what happened (as ordinary people can't see Stands). Later they try to run over Hol Horse with a truck, but instead they crush the Joestar group.
A rich woman and her bodyguard. She passes by Hol Horse and Boingo, unaware that she is fated to be kicked by Hol Horse. Hol Horse reluctantly kicks her and inadvertently saves her from a venomous scorpion. Grateful, the woman gives Hol Horse her jewelry as a gift.
An old man from Cairo working as a roof repairer, an activity he's practiced for 40 years. Although he doesn't recognize DIO's Mansion, he identifies its architecture as being 100 years old and points the Joestar Group to the old city of Cairo.
A pair of plumbers working on pipes near Hol Horse and Boingo. They are essential to Boingo's prediction as they must open a pipe in which Hol Horse must shoot at noon. Hol Horse asks them to open said pipe but they refuse and he's forced to pay them. At the last moment, Hol Horse threatens them with a brick and them oblige him.
Two policemen who oversee Hol Horse being transported into an ambulance after his failed attempt to assassinate Jotaro Kujo. They reveal that Hol Horse is alive and that his bullets merely grazed him, ironically commenting that he was lucky.
This beggar initially approaches a dirty Polnareff as a way to tell him to get out of "his turf", as he assumed Polnareff himself was a beggar. Avdol tells Polnareff later that in Cairo there are bands of beggars, each with their own territories and salaries. After seeing Polnareff was given money for being a "foreign beggar", this man wonders if he could earn more if he himself acts like a foreigner, even though this hurt his pride. As he already knew Avdol, he is asked to look for DIO's mansion because he has good sources. The man immediately reveals himself to be quite wealthy, as he has a car and a business suit. He eventually finds DIO's mansion, but is killed by Pet Shop before he could tell Avdol its location. He appears as a Campaign Support Character in All Star Battle where he can randomly appear to find a boss for the player.
This boy was the owner of Chibi and Buchi, two big and violent dogs. As a dog lover, he worries when his dogs disappear. He eventually finds his dogs' remains being eaten by Pet Shop, and is attacked by the bird. Iggy, who initially didn't want to engage in battle, decides to save him from Pet Shop and later kills the bird. However, he is heavily wounded from the fight. In return, the kid helps Iggy heal his injuries.
A Cairo resident whom Joseph Joestar and Noriaki Kakyoin come across. They propose to buy his truck but the man refuses, stating that this truck is his livelihood. Joseph hands him a large amount of money and acquires the truck without difficulty.
A woman working at a marble store in Cairo, Egypt, which sells plates, pots, and other decor. After being punched by Jotaro, DIO crashes through the store's window. The woman screams but DIO simply asks her to fetch his severed leg for him. She screams again but DIO tells her to hurry up, as if she's a flight attendant serving wine and caviar to a first-class passenger. The woman finally does what he says but DIO then kills her and drinks her blood to heal himself, letting her dry corpse fall to the ground of the empty store.
These policemen come to the site of the battle between Jotaro Kujo and DIO. They see DIO and hold him at gunpoint as he appears suspicious. Using The World, DIO goes behind them. He kills a policeman and plunges his fingers in the second, controlling his body and having him shoot Jotaro to check whether the student is still alive.
Two doctors working for the Speedwagon Foundation who, in the aftermath of the clash between DIO and Jotaro, take Jotaro, Joseph and DIO's corpse with them in their ambulance. Jotaro asks the doctors to transfer the blood that DIO absorbed back to Joseph. When the doctors argue that Joseph was dead, his heart having already stopped, Jotaro tells them that he was sick of being told that something was impossible and has Star Platinum perform cardiac massage on Joseph, allowing the doctors to transfer the blood and revive Joseph.
A policeman from Singapore. After Polnareff's fight against the doll, the police finds the corpses of the valet and Devo the Cursed. This policeman is charged with interrogating Polnareff about the corpses, suspecting with reason that he's involved in this affair although he remains unaware of Stands. To his frustration, Polnareff remains silent and even dismissive.
An attorney from the Speedwagon Foundation sent to defend Jean Pierre Polnareff's case two bodies are found in Polnareff's room and in the toilets of the hotel he was in. His work is done off-screen, but as Polnareff is freed soon after, it can be inferred that he succeeded in his mission.
A group of women, nurses or otherwise, who see Iggy and are endearing by the small dog. Jean Pierre Polnareff tries to warn them that Iggy is a bad dog and Iggy jumps on his face, only to fart on him. This greatly amuses the women.
A man from Edfu. When Khan is thrown out of the window, this man, presumably a friend of his, asks him if he's well. However, he's warned by Jean Pierre Polnareff and realizes quickly that Khan is not himself. He thus quickly flees the scene.
A doctor operating in Aswan. He initially takes care of Noriaki Kakyoin after they have been slashed by Geb. He initally recommend Kakyoin to wait until his eyes recover but when doctors from the Speedwagon Foundation come to take care of him, he is amazed that Kakyoin could have such connections.