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Piercing its hand with the Arrow, King Crimson declares his victory before realizing that the Arrow is phasing through his fist. It is only when he lands on the ground that he sees that the souls altered by Chariot Requiem are returning to their original bodies. As such, Diavolo/King Crimson is temporarily left without a body and is unable to grab the Arrow. Bucciarati explains that he has also guessed Chariot Requiem's weakness, revealing that he's about to completely destroy the ball of light behind him, which will destroy Chariot and fully return the souls to their original bodies. Diavolo angrily pleads for his cause, but Bucciarati destroys the ball anyway, obliterating Chariot and undoing its effects. While Mista realizes with glee that Trish's soul will be saved and Diavolo curses the heroes, Bucciarati has a last discussion with Giorno. Seeing Bucciarati's ghost in front of him, Giorno realizes that his partner is dead for good. For his part, Bucciarati confesses that until Giorno spurred him into action, he had been dying a slow death and entrusts the end of their mission to Giorno, asking him to salute the team on his behalf. Bucciarati thus ascends to Heaven and Giorno seizes the Arrow.
Having returned to his body, Diavolo cannot acknowledge that Fate, which had granted him King Crimson, could work against him. At a disadvantage, he decides to retreat temporarily but Trish warns Giorno of her father's intentions. As Giorno lifts the Arrow high in the air, Diavolo convinces himself to stay and fight Giorno; moreover, he forecasts that Golden Experience won't be changed. Diavolo thus runs toward Giorno as he uses the Arrow. The Arrowhead stabs Golden Experience's chest but it seemingly remains unchanged and drops the Arrowhead. Elated, Diavolo declares Giorno unworthy and sends King Crimson to smash Golden Experience's face in. However, Diavolo then realizes that the Arrow is being absorbed into Golden Experience and that it is undergoing a dramatic metamorphosis. King Crimson attacks again but realizes that he has only struck an empty shell.
Trish declares that Giorno has mastered the Arrow as Diavolo turns to see Giorno floating alongside his new Stand: Golden Experience Requiem. Confused, Diavolo can barely defend himself from Golden Experience Requiem's attack as it flicks a stone at King Crimson, piercing its hand and even destroying a stone column behind, only for the debris to turn into scorpions that leap to sting Diavolo. Giorno finally deigns to speak to Diavolo; he declares that as only reality matters and the reality born of righteous actions will always matter. He questions whether Diavolo's action will amount to anything in the end. However, Diavolo internally realizes that King Crimson could still predict the attack and thus that he still can kill Giorno. His hopes are confirmed when he forecasts himself killing Giorno. He then erases time, in order to get to the result he has predicted. Diavolo evades bullets from Mista and also blinds Giorno with some blood before preparing to finally strike him down.
Suddenly, Diavolo realizes that events during the period of erased time are now going backwards; blood is returning to his hand and the bullets fly back inside of Mista's gun. Furthermore, even the time erasure is being undone. Shocked, Diavolo tries to bash Giorno's head, only to realize that his actions are also reversing, to his dismay. Golden Experience Requiem then speaks out, explaining that Diavolo may see the future reality but that it can deny him this result. Diavolo finds himself in the exact state he was in just before erasing time and realizes that his every action was for naught. Seeing the gulf in power between them, Diavolo is powerless to prevent Golden Experience Requiem from pummeling him.
|Diavolo||Trish Una||Bruno Bucciarati||Guido Mista||Giorno Giovanna|
|Narancia Ghirga||Leone Abbacchio||Jean Pierre Polnareff|
|King Crimson||Spice Girl||Sex Pistols||Chariot Requiem||Sticky Fingers|
|Gold Experience||Gold Experience Requiem|
- The scene where King Crimson tries to grab the Arrow without success is lengthened in the anime adaptation.
- A scene of various civilians returning to their original bodies is added.
- Mista commenting that he is leaving Trish's body has been moved earlier.
- Giorno is shown reaching out to Bucciarati before he destroys his ball of light.
- King Crimson screaming after Bucciarati destroys his ball of light has been added.
- Giorno now receives the arrow after Bucciarati is shown with angels.
- Trish wondering why the arrow fell after it pierces Gold Experience has been cut.
- After Gold Experience Requiem appears, Giorno mentions Narancia, Bucciarati, and Abbacchio by name in the manga, while in the anime he refers to them as his friends.
- Mista is now shown shooting at Diavolo before he activates King Crimson's ability.
- More scenes of Diavolo's actions repeating themselves have been added.
- This episode's eyecatch is the second in the season to not feature the Golden Wind musical cue, following Episode 35.
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