Emperor and Hanged Man (6) (
Kakyoin and Polnareff find a man who they assume to be J. Geil, but Kakyoin notes that he has a right and left hand. Polnareff is hit by a knife thrown by the real J. Geil, who reveals that the man was just a beggar he gave a similar injury to in order to trick the heroes.
J. Geil draws a crowd around them by claiming that Polnareff and Kakyoin want to give money to everyone. With so many people's eyes to travel between, Hanged Man's path becomes too unpredictable for them to hit the Stand. Kakyoin throws a coin into the air, making everyone look at it and leaving only one reflective surface for Hanged Man to travel to.
Polnareff kicks sand into the eye Hanged Man is in currently, forcing the Stand to move to the coin, and slashes its path. J. Geil is incapacitated, and Polnareff attacks him personally with Silver Chariot, leaving holes all over his body. The body is thrown into the air and lands on a fence, hanging upside down. Kakyoin notes that this is a fitting end for J. Geil, getting hanged just like the Tarot Card he represents: The Hanged Man.