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Death Thirteen (6) (死神(デス)13(サーティーン) その⑥ Desu Sātīn Sono 6), originally The Dream's Blindspot (夢の中の死角 Yume no Naka no Shikaku) in the WSJ release, is the one hundred seventy-third chapter of the JoJo's Bizarre Adventure manga. It is also the sixtieth chapter of Stardust Crusaders.

Summary

Death Thirteen tries to attack Hierophant Green, but is unable to reach. The group apologizes to Kakyoin for not believing him, but Kakyoin thanks Polnareff for knocking him out. Thanks to that, he had his Stand active when he entered the dream. Death Thirteen forms the clouds into a hand to slash at Hierophant Green, cutting Death Thirteen along with him. Death Thirteen is unharmed, since he is only a floating upper body covered by a robe. However, Hierophant Green evaded the attack by unraveling its legs and entering Death Thirteen's ear. Kakyoin threatens to attack Death Thirteen from the inside if he doesn't cure the scars on Kakyoin's arm.

Kakyoin wakes the group up the next morning, but none of them remember their dream. Polnareff expresses confusion at Kakyoin's missing scar. Kakyoin goes to change the baby's diaper, and tells him that he won't kill him. Kakyoin decides to leave the baby at the next town, but to ensure that the baby won't pursue them further, he mixes some of the baby's feces into the baby food. Joseph is delighted that Kakyoin made more baby food, but when he tries to feed him, the baby refuses to eat. Mannish Boy swears in his mind to never come near the group again. Polnareff tickles the baby to get him to open his mouth, and Joseph feeds him the spoonful. Kakyoin smiles and hums to himself, and Jotaro expressing confusion behind him.

Appearances

References

  1. 1990年の週刊少年ジャンプ

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