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  • When the new episode of Golden Wind was released, A great character died, His name was Abbacchio. When Bucciarati was killed by King Crimson, Giorno used Golden Experiance to bring him back. When Abbacchio died how come he did not do the same thing. It could be argued that Bucciarati still had some life in him or that it wasn't really him, but mearly a clone with his same memories. Let me know you guy's opinion.

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    • Bucciarati fought while Abbacchio had no way to defend himself.

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    • @Son19, but that doesnt really explain how? You are just stating a fact.

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    • With Bruno he did it really quickly. His soul had basically just left his body and Giorno was able to give him the life energy to return before he could pass on

      With Abbacchio he was just too late and Abbacchio had fully passed on to and embraced the afterlife

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    • Bruno was too determined to die. Abbacchio just wanted to get away from Giorno

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    • Bruno's soul didnt fully leave his body thats why Giorno was able to bring him back to life.



      For Abbacchio it was too late and his spirit had already moved onward thats why Giorno wasnt able to bring him back.



      At least thats what I think.

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    • WaffleBeam wrote:
      Bruno's soul didnt fully leave his body thats why Giorno was able to bring him back to life.


      For Abbacchio it was too late and his spirit had already moved onward thats why Giorno wasnt able to bring him back.



      At least thats what I think.

      I thought Brunos body did fully leave his body. Didn't you see him leave his body fully than go back to it after he left it. 
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    • Joseph.0.Joestar wrote:
      WaffleBeam wrote:
      Bruno's soul didnt fully leave his body thats why Giorno was able to bring him back to life.


      For Abbacchio it was too late and his spirit had already moved onward thats why Giorno wasnt able to bring him back.



      At least thats what I think.

      I thought Brunos body did fully leave his body. Didn't you see him leave his body fully than go back to it after he left it. 
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      Well maybe because he went back giorno was able to heal him?

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    • His soul left his body but before he could pass on to the afterlife Giorno used Gold Experience which gave Bruno’s spirit the necessary life-force to return to his body

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    • So in other words. “Plot”.

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    • Same thing sorta happened to Hayato if you think about it

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    • Yeah, but who cares about Hayato? Lol

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    • I also don’t get how Bruno gets donutted and still moves around only before getting chopped halfway down his torso. HOW DID HE SURVIVE, ARAKI? Then there’s abbacchio who dies instantly from being donutted.

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    • CrimsonDiavolo wrote:
      I also don’t get how Bruno gets donutted and still moves around only before getting chopped halfway down his torso. HOW DID HE SURVIVE, ARAKI? Then there’s abbacchio who dies instantly from being donutted.

      Bruh, you right. He gets donutted dies instantly, but Bruno and Kakyoin get donutted and live, AND KAKYOIN WENT FLYING INTO A FUCKING WATER TOWER AND LIVED AFTER IT, then died of injuries.

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    • I know right? And not to mention how much blood Bruno lost too.

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    • Yeah. Its fucking Re*arded

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    • Ya know. You can say retarded

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    • I know it ultimately doesn't hold up, but it's not "retarded" either. It's all about timing and resolve. Bruno has mortal wounds but he has also the resolve to fulfill his mission to protect Trish, so he pushes his body beyond its normal limits. Giorno then heals him as he dies, living his ghost a healthy vessel to occupy, even though it's not the same as being alive.

      Meanwhile, Abbacchio dies instantly because the donut is in the chest area. A case could be made for stomach wounds not being instantly fatal as was the case for Bruno and Kakyoin.

      But if you want to mock this or that for making no sense, then why are you into fantasy at all?

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    • Why do you always have to be so nit picky? We know it’s a fantasy...that doesn’t mean we can’t question certain things. Bruno is a human being...of a human got a huge hole punched through his stomach and got most of his body chopped, anyone would want to question why he was still alive.

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    • 'Cause you are mocking, not questioning.

      Besides, you're mocking without understanding that, as a Japanese work, JJBA subconsciously obeys to a set of beliefs and ways of thinking that are typically Japanese. That one man can be so dedicated and strong willed that he can bypass his limits is one of such things. You could check this. https://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Main/JapaneseSpirit

      That and you're also missing out of a whole sets of belief that are fully personal to Araki himself.

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    • So we can’t all have some fun every once and a while? I just commented that it was the plot that kept him alive as a joke

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    • Joseph.0.Joestar wrote:
      Yeah. Its fucking Re*arded

      This is fun? Just dismissing inconsistencies that happen months apart and are in the range of details, it is fun?

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    • I’m on the side of Nabukun

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    • Bruh...I didn’t even say that. Joseph wrote that message. I said I was having fun...ME..all I said was that Bruno survived getting donutted and chopped while Abbacchio died instantly with one donut. You’re the one making such a huge deal out of this for no reason.

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    • I’ve never met anyone who took this as seriously as you. It’s a forum meant for people to state their opinions on matters. Not for people to criticize and call someone out for making one joke about the plot.

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    • I didn't even aim my remark at you, not personally. In turn you don't have to take it as a personal attack. It was for everyone.

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    • O h .

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    • Is somebody f*cking around with my mans Diovolo? On my Thread? Didn't think so.

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    • Come at me "bro".

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    • I think it's because Abbaccio's soul moved on already, even his friend told him that he can't return, he completed his job, his friend who got killed because of him forgives him now and he can finally rest. However, Bucciarati still have a goal, his will is keeping his soul going, when Bucciarati got 'killed' his still want to protect Trish, he's not gonna give up if Trish is going to get killed, that is his job. His soul never when to 'heaven' he went back to his body, Abbaccio went to 'heaven'

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    • I guess that could make “a bit” of sense...it still doesn’t really convince me though

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    • I have a theory that Giorno simply turned Bruno into some sort of zombie with his weakened powers inherited from his dad, DIO, rather than Gold Experience. Think about it: His heart doesn't beat, he doesn't register as a living being from Green Day, and he survives lacerations and cuts to his body that should have killed him. Abbachio may have been somewhat able to survive like Bruno, except for the fact that he had a thicc hole in his body that would have rendered him unable to function, and he had passed on completely to the afterlife, unlike Bruno, who's soul still communicated with Giorno. Another theory, which is a lot more plausible, is that because Bruno is a more pivotal protagonist to the plot, he had that special plot armor Abbachio didn't, and thus he could come back, but not him.

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    • Wouldn’t his body start rotting?

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    • It would, and it is.

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    • Read the Sleeping Slaves chapters in the manga for an explanation of all the deaths and how characters survive deadly attacks. I'll still explain it now for anime only but spoiler alert. In the chapter Mista encounters a stand that shows a person who is fated to die. It takes the form of Bruno, but Mista stops the stand from killing him. This is how Bruno changes his fate the first time KC attacks him. After the stand is "defeated" it takes the form of 3 other characters who die later on, sealing their fate. Bruno survives because of fate, but later on fate catches up with him. I also like to think that Gio does ressurect him Jesus Christ style, which in the Epilouge is heavly hinted at because of how the stand user looks. there are really good youtube videos that explain "rolling stones", the stand in the epilouge and id recommend a search to look into it more.

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    • Foxandro wrote: Read the Sleeping Slaves chapters in the manga for an explanation of all the deaths and how characters survive deadly attacks. I'll still explain it now for anime only but spoiler alert. In the chapter Mista encounters a stand that shows a person who is fated to die. It takes the form of Bruno, but Mista stops the stand from killing him. This is how Bruno changes his fate the first time KC attacks him. After the stand is "defeated" it takes the form of 3 other characters who die later on, sealing their fate. Bruno survives because of fate, but later on fate catches up with him. I also like to think that Gio does ressurect him Jesus Christ style, which in the Epilouge is heavly hinted at because of how the stand user looks. there are really good youtube videos that explain "rolling stones", the stand in the epilouge and id recommend a search to look into it more.

      I can’t argue with that.

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