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This article lists every Stand to appear so far in JoJo's Bizarre Adventure and related media. Descriptions for Stands with names that have not been revealed are found in the List of Unnamed Stands.

There are 165 unique Stands in total so far across Parts 3-8 in JoJo's Bizarre Adventure.

The Part 3 stands based on Tarot cards appear in the order of the cards they were based on; the other stands appear according to the order of appearance in the storyline of the manga. The other part tables, however, do not list stands in order of exact appearance. Instead, they first list the Stands of the protagonists, followed by the Stand of the main antagonist, followed by all other Stands in order of appearance.


  • A running theme in main antagonists' Stand powers have the power to manipulate time and/or space at some point (The World, stopping time; Killer Queen Bites The Dust, looping time; King Crimson, erasing time; Made in Heaven, accelerating the flow of time; D4C and Love Train, making dimensions exist and Redirecting Misfortune; Wonder of U manipulating fate via "The Calamity"). This pattern stems from Araki's belief that the main antagonist should be overpowered and that if one were able to control space and time they would be unstoppable.
  • The Stands of each protagonist from the original universe follow a naming convention of special materials: platinum, diamond, gold, and stone (Star Platinum, Crazy Diamond, Gold Experience, and Stone Free respectively). The arguable exception to this is Joseph Joestar's Hermit Purple, although by the time he obtains it in Stardust Crusaders he is no longer the primary protagonist. Johnny Joestar's Tusk could be seen to continue this tradition into the Steel Ball Run universe by representing ivory, but it is seemingly then broken in the following Part by Josuke Higashikata (JoJolion)'s Soft & Wet, which does not reference a specific material.
  • In Stardust Crusaders, most of the first Stands introduced are named after the Major ArcanaW of the Tarot (early on, also modified by a color or metal name). Rider-Waite-Smith numbering is also used (the Justice card visual manifestation features the number eleven). Later on, the remaining Stands excluding Cream and Tenore Sax are named after Egyptian deities.
  • In Diamond is Unbreakable, certain Stands are revealed to have emerged from contact with the Bow and Arrow, such as Koichi's Echoes.
  • In Stone Ocean, DISCs are introduced via Whitesnake, bringing powers to anybody compatible with a Stand, and, as with one case, making it possible to obtain a second Stand.
  • In Steel Ball Run, Stands are only developed when somebody is affected by the Devil's Palm or makes contact with the Saint's Corpse. Most of the Stands in this story do not overtly fight in battles but provide their users with powers instead.
  • In Purple Haze Feedback, all Stands original to the light novel were named after Jimi Hendrix songs.

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