Hol Horse returns to DIO's lair to report his failure. DIO expresses his dissatisfaction and taunts Hol Horse, making him try to shoot him. DIO suddenly reappears behind Hol Horse, impressed by the gunman's composure and leaving. Hol Horse realizes the gap between them. It is revealed that the scene was a dream of the past and Hol Horse is now in the desert.
The group is now in Arabia refueling their truck, it has been a month since their departure. When Enya summons Hol Horse, she drives a pick into his wrist, exclaiming that he left J. Geil to die and as such deserves death. She then uses her Stand, Justice. A deadly fog then takes control of Hol Horse' arm, forcing him to shoot himself with Emperor.
A heavy fog sets in, forcing the group to stop at the next town. The streets are deserted and the only people they can find at a few fresh corpses or people covered in pimples. The first friendly face they meet is a kind old woman inviting them to stay the night at her hotel. In reality, this woman is Enya in disguise.
The group enters her hotel, but Jotaro gets suspicious when she calls Joseph by her name and Polnareff mentions that she's only using her right hand. Nonetheless, Enya deflects their suspicions. Waken up by a nightmare, Polnareff goes to the hotel's bar and meets a beautiful woman, who is Enya is disguise. Meanwhile, the hotel is getting surrounded by a crowd. Hol Horse barges in from the closet, having survived Enya. Enya is forced to reveal herself and sics the clients of the bar, revealed to be zombies, on Polnareff.
|Hol Horse||DIO||Joseph Joestar||Jean Pierre Polnareff||Noriaki Kakyoin|
|Jotaro Kujo||Enya the Hag|
|Emperor||The World||Justice|| Silver Chariot
- The encounter with Enya happens in Arabia and not in Pakistan.
- Enya uses her Stand to change her appearance to a young woman.
- The scene where Enya attacks Hol Horse is moved to before she lures the group to her hotel.
- When she attacks Hol Horse, Enya says that her Stand is also acidic thus explaining the holes Justice can cause. The original manga didn't mention any of this.
- Unlike the original manga, Enya mentions J. Geil's father. She explains that he was a Stand User too and that he could control the spirit of one person.
- When Enya uses Justice to change her appearance, she resembles Nena.