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  • What part do you guys think has the worst ending? I kinda want to say Part 5 just because I feel like it has an, "and they all lived happily ever after. The end." kinda ending, but at the same time it's very fitting for that part. I just want to get your input for this topic.

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    • Stone Ocean by a landslide.

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    • Part III definitely, honestly Jotaro pulling time stop out of his place really annoys me. The only ending that I have a real problem tho, every other's satisfactory, even if flawed. 

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    • Kakorat wrote:
      Stone Ocean by a landslide.

      I know, right?

      at LEAST make jotaros sacrifice COUNT

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    • Dziga wrote: Part III definitely, honestly Jotaro pulling time stop out of his place really annoys me. The only ending that I have a real problem tho, every other's satisfactory, even if flawed. 

      Stone Ocean's ending was so horrible it makes Staedust Crusaders look like Legend of the Galactic Heroes in compsarison.

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    • The worst ending imo is Vento Aureo, bc it's a plain power up finale, protagonist gains new power and one shots the villan without any effort. 

      Atleast Jotaro x DIO was the build up of Jotaro learning the nature of stopped time from Joseph (that learned from Kakyoin's last message) then he learning how to move in stopped time and ending with Jotaro learning how to stop time himself.  

      But in VA, I think Araki could put some twist on it to make more interesting, moreover that epilogue really feels like it's out of place, using space that could be used to explain the new status quo of the Passione with Giorno as the new boss and the fate of the side characters like Polnareff and Trish. 

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    • In reality, none of the endings after Phantom Blood were any good until the latest one in SBR by a narrow margin.

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    • I would have to say Part 2.

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    • Not even a question, Part 5.

      Finale happens, villian is defeated SUDDENLY FLASHBACK.

      It doesn't even transition, it's hard to tell, when I originally got to that arc I was extremely confused, I tought something was wrong with the order of chapters.

      And all the arc actually did was foreshadow things that already happened

      Part 3 also had a shit ending with the ass pulls, but it seems amazing when compared to Part 5's ending.

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    • Yeah, i didnt like part 5's ending at all. I did think the climax up to it was pretty good but the suddeness of Giorno getting the arrow and obtaining an intensely powerful stand felt... unsatisfying. I wish we got more aftermath of it all

      Also I didn't think part 6 had that bad of an ending, it was sorta needed to allow Araki to shake up the story telling. NGL I kinda like the harsh bittersweetness of it too, not everything can end the way you want it to. 

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    • Part 3 was well-paced and Jotaro's timestop wasn't random, not to mention he had to slowly learn how to use it instead of just pulling it out of his ass after being cornered. It's also foreshadowed in the very first volume as well as the D'arby battle...

      Part 5 was just a B.S. anime power-up that barely elaborates on what happens next. Shameful for such an interesting part.

      I really like the idea behind Part 6, but it was rushed as hell. Though I feel too many people hate it just because people die in it...

      But the worst one for me is SBR. Everything in the plot is made pointless. Valentine is cracked up to be he final boss, but after a ridiculously long fight and death of a beloved character, it's trivialized when we find out AU Diego is the real final boss. Then, the corpse parts are locked away, and nobody comes out as the winner. To top it all off, the imprisoned boy is freed but just dies of a cold anyways. What the fuck, Araki?

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    • Part 6. Part 6 was pretty bad overall, and that ending was the cherry to make it the worst. I know Araki was going to end the series at Part 6, and have SBR only be a spin-off, but still. The whole Made in Heaven thing and how it works is confusing, but having Pucci reset the universe not once, but TWICE? And not really having the events of the Part effect the ending, as no one else help Emporio defeat him other than Jolyne, but all she did was give him Wes' Stand Disc. So in reality, Emporio should've been the main character. Technically did more thing than all of the characters in the Part, but it all got soiled from the restart. 

      So, that's why I hate Part 6's ending.

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    • I find Vento Aureo's final battle (GER vs. King Crimson) to be bad, rushed and even unfair, i'd like to see Giorno and GER struggling against their opponent to see more of their potential. Also i didn't liked Giorno taking the boss place from nothing. So, for me is Vento Aureo. Even though, I found the Sleeping Slaves arc to be quite poetic and beautiful.


      I actually liked Stone Ocean's finale, despite being more or less rushed. The What a Wonderful World is incredibly sad and beautiful at the same time. Idk, I like stories where things end bad for the protagonists (like parts 1 and 7). Plus, that scene where Emporio uses Weather Report to crush Pucci's skull was fucking badass.

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    • I don't hate VA's ending because of GER at all, honestly i'm tired of GER hate; it was very well stated that whoever gets the requiem arrow would win, it was clear that the final battle wasn't going to be GER vs KC, it was the battle for the arrow. 

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    • VA defs dis, the part is just so god damn good up until that final fight, the fight is so one sided its boring, i get that the requiem arrow grants stand very situation abilities but come on Araki, it was so boring and the build up to the fight with the whole chasing Chariot requiem through rome was honestly worst than the actual fight... and like i said VA is so god damn good, The characters, the story, the setting and the main groups stands, the buccellati crew has 3 of my 5 fave characters (Narancia, Mista and GioGio)


      Stone oceans ending while rushed was not all that bad, very one sided but not over in like 3 pages, C-Moon vs the gang is the best fight in Stone Ocean and might even be my favourite fight in all of JoJo's, i will admit that Joylnes death was kinda shitty but it just gave me a sense of holy shit this shit aint over yet and the whole bitter sweet ending with Emporio was honestly great.


      but lets be real, no part has that 'good' of an ending, execpt maybe DiU

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    • Micha49 wrote:
      VA defs dis, the part is just so god damn good up until that final fight, the fight is so one sided its boring, i get that the requiem arrow grants stand very situation abilities but come on Araki, it was so boring and the build up to the fight with the whole chasing Chariot requiem through rome was honestly worst than the actual fight... and like i said VA is so god damn good, The characters, the story, the setting and the main groups stands, the buccellati crew has 3 of my 5 fave characters (Narancia, Mista and GioGio)


      Stone oceans ending while rushed was not all that bad, very one sided but not over in like 3 pages, C-Moon vs the gang is the best fight in Stone Ocean and might even be my favourite fight in all of JoJo's, i will admit that Joylnes death was kinda shitty but it just gave me a sense of holy shit this shit aint over yet and the whole bitter sweet ending with Emporio was honestly great.


      but lets be real, no part has that 'good' of an ending, execpt maybe DiU

      PB, DiU, and SO all had good endings.

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    • Thehonestone wrote:

      I know, right?

      at LEAST make jotaros sacrifice COUNT

      I mean, in a way it did.

      Jotaro gave Jolyne some time to distract Pucci enough so that Emporio could escape, which would lead to Weather Report's Stand Disk being shoved into Emporio and causing Pucci's demise.

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    • Stone Ocean. Just, Stone Ocean.

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    • Honestly, I can't completely judge Part 5's ending yet. I read it in shitty quality. I do remember the ending being kind of bad, though I did enjoy reading Diavolo's awful fate. It was just what came after that being an unsatisfying chore to read.

      I think Part 2's ending is great. You can't complain about it being an asspull when the entirety of the Part, from the very beginning, shows this is the kind of stuff Joseph will do. Makes sense that the end is the most extreme thing he's done.

      It doesn't bother me that he acted on instinct with the Stone of Aja. Fate was in his favour.

      Part 3's ending makes sense. Jotaro having the same kind of Stand makes sense. Both he and Dio had issues with their father, would use brute force to get their way, but still cared for certain people, despite his demeanour. He didn't have anyone to tell him/teach him about his power, though.

      Part 6 has one of the best endings, in my opinion. I won't argue about it being rushed, though. I'll hope that like Part 4, the anime turns the ending from great to amazing.

      Part 7's ending is already amazing, and people need to stop complaining about the child's death. Gyro's goal in life wasn't to secure that kid had a happy life, just to make sure he wasn't killed unjustly.

      Also, why is it okay for Jonathan to lose against his rival, but not for Johnny? It's always been fated that Jonathan/Johnny would lose to Dio/Diego, and the blond brit would be killed afterwards.

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      @Micha49

      The final showdown was the race for the Requiem Arrow, not GER vs King Crimson

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