|“||My name is Miraschon, prisoner number FE26789. You're at 87 throws, right? Your little game of catch, I'm willing to bet that it won't last 100 throws...||”|
—Miraschon, to Jolyne, Ermes and Foo Fighters
Miraschon (ミラション Mirashon) is a minor antagonist featured in Stone Ocean.
Miraschon is an inmate in Green Dolphin Street Jail whom Enrico Pucci sends to assassinate Jolyne Cujoh. She then gambles with Jolyne, Ermes Costello and Foo Fighters in order to harvest her organ and take Jotaro Kujo's Stand DISC.
Miraschon is a woman of average height, wearing a light-colored blouse and camo-patterned pants. The front of her hair is styled like a mask or cage covering her face.
Even after confessing to have turned a new leaf to Pucci, she is shown later to have stolen a gilded cross, though she is quickly stopped by him.
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Miraschon's Stand activates when she makes a bet with someone. Upon winning, the loser must pay her back lest they have something taken from them, such as internal organs, as compensation.
Miraschon appears after Jolyne Cujoh and Ermes Costello encounter Foo Fighters and makes a bet on a game of catch that F.F. and Jolyne are having. The bet is to catch the ball one hundred times. Despite Jolyne's reluctance, Ermes persuades her to take part in the bet.
After Jolyne wins the bet, Miraschon makes a higher bet which entices Ermes, who takes part in the higher bet. Ermes' guilt from cheating awakens Miraschon's Stand, who attacks her by taking her money from her breasts, a gold tooth, and her liver.
Jolyne makes another bet with Miraschon for Ermes' well-being and to return everything back to her. Miraschon reveals that she's been cheating since the beginning and that she was promised her probation if she could get her father's Stand Disc from Jolyne.
Despite going as far as to cheat to win, Miraschon was still able to come close to getting the disk from Jolyne before she has the conditions of the bet repeated to her, and then suffers several strikes from Jolyne's baseball with Stone Free's quick strikes.
- Her and Ken Oyanagi's Stands both make a reference to a past minor antagonist, Daniel J. D'Arby, using his catch phrase "Good!"
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