Jotaro Kujo

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  • Jotaro Kujo Alternate Ending

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    Jotaro was beyond vexed. This kind of thing just didn’t happen to Jotaro Kujo. Never before in his life had he been rejected. Never. Not once. Granted, he had only ever hit on anyone a handful of times in his life. However, seeing the way girls were always falling all over themselves to get his attention, one would think he could have any lover he wanted. As it turned out, this was not exactly the case. The professor’s refusal of Jotaro’s advances disturbed his mentality so greatly that he couldn’t

  • Short Story

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    You brought this up in the library one day. “Jotaro?” you whispered. He grunted, giving you permission to speak. “Do you think maybe we could start studying together for this final. I’m getting pretty nervous about it and–” He sighed, cutting you off. You were afraid you’d angered him. You were always

  • Persuasive Essay About Anime

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    story follows the misadventures of Joseph Joestar (a.k.a. JoJo), grandson of Jonathan, as he masters the Ripple in order to combat hostile, ancient super-beings named the Pillar Men, creators of the Stone Mask. Set in 1987, the series follows Jotaro Kujo and his comrades, who have developed mysterious powers known as Stands, as they travel to Egypt in search of the evil and immortal vampire

  • Argumentative Essay About Blue Exorcist

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    what we love about them. Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure is known for the many “Jojos” in the series. And the best part is that that no Jojo is the same. Whether it be the chivalrous Jonathan Joestar, the rambunctious Joseph Joestar, the punkish badass Jotaro Kujo, or the cool, collected Josuke Higashikata, there is a Jojo that will appeal to the many people that will see this

  • Character Analysis Of Joichiro Nagase

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    The clock ticked on. Ever continuing, never stopping. In a three-dimensional world, three dimensional beings such as Joichiro Nagase were able to traverse through all the three dimensions. Length, width, and height. He was, however, not a four-dimensional being. He couldn 't traverse time as he pleased, and therefore he was locked into the present, ever inching its way towards the future, never revisiting the past. Joichiro Nagase was, as some might assume, an enigmatic character. He was, for all