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<div class="quote">Lord Spectrum wrote:<br />Might makes right and Giorno decided a suiting punishment was for Diavolo was to die over and over again. Go ahead and say you're mighter (and therefore more right) than Giorno. </div>
 
<div class="quote">Lord Spectrum wrote:<br />Might makes right and Giorno decided a suiting punishment was for Diavolo was to die over and over again. Go ahead and say you're mighter (and therefore more right) than Giorno. </div>
L<span style="font-size:1.2em;">et's not forget a couple of things here:</span>
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Let's not forget a couple of things here:
   
 
1. Giorno is 15 and wasn't raised properly, you can't expect him to be the most mature person on earth, that's not to say he's bad, he's my second favourite Jojo and a character i like a lot, but he doesn't have to be always right either.
 
1. Giorno is 15 and wasn't raised properly, you can't expect him to be the most mature person on earth, that's not to say he's bad, he's my second favourite Jojo and a character i like a lot, but he doesn't have to be always right either.

Latest revision as of 16:24, March 23, 2019

Lord Spectrum wrote:
Might makes right and Giorno decided a suiting punishment was for Diavolo was to die over and over again. Go ahead and say you're mighter (and therefore more right) than Giorno. 

Let's not forget a couple of things here:

1. Giorno is 15 and wasn't raised properly, you can't expect him to be the most mature person on earth, that's not to say he's bad, he's my second favourite Jojo and a character i like a lot, but he doesn't have to be always right either.

2. I may have misunderstood this part in the manga, but i'm positive that Giorno did not know the effect of GER when punching Diavolo, if Diavolo was just knocked unconcious and arrested, according to Italian law, he would have to spend the rest of his life in prison, from which he could easily escape, meaning that Giorno killing him there was a necessity, so, as far as we know, he might have wanted to simply "do what needed to be done", obviously that's very unlikely (99.9999% not the case), but you can't just assume that he wanted to give him infinite death either.

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