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Part V: Vento Aureo
Volume 63
Japanese Name
黄金の風
Alternate Names
Part 5: Vento Aureo
Giorno Giovana: Golden Heritage
Golden Wind
Years Released
1996 – 1999
Volumes
(JP 17 volumes, Vol. 47 - 63)
Chapters
155 chapters, Ch. 440 - 594
Anime Episodes
N/A
Part Chronology
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Part IV: Diamond Is Unbreakable
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Part VI: Stone Ocean

Vento Aureo (黄金の風 Ōgon no Kaze?) (lit. "Golden Wind") is the fifth part of JoJo's Bizarre Adventure, published in Weekly Shonen Jump between 1996 and 1999.

The story follows Giorno Giovanna in his ambition to rise within the Neapolitan mafia by subverting dominant gang Passione.

Plot SummaryEdit

Gold ExperienceEdit

Koichi Hirose arrives in Naples at Jotaro Kujo's request in order to investigate Haruno Shiobana, also known as Giorno Giovanna; Dio's son.

Giorno expresses his dream of rising within the mafia in order to become a "Gangstar".

Giorno is attacked by Leaky-Eye Luca, a member of Naples' dominant gang Passione, who dies upon having his aggression reflected at him by Giorno's Stand power.

Buccellati's ComingEdit

In response, Giorno is confronted by Bruno Buccellati, Luka's superior; who attacks with his Stand, Sticky Fingers.

Exceeding Buccallati's expectations and defeating him, Giorno establishes a rapport with Buccellati by exposing a mutual distaste for Passione's practices in dealing heroin.

The Gangster Beyond the WallEdit

After this, Buccellati offers Giorno a chance to join Passione by completing a test imposed by Polpo, a high-ranking member operating from prison.

Gang EnrollmentEdit

Giorno protects Polpo's lit lighter as part of his test. Koichi complicates Giorno's task when he enters Giorno's hotel room in search of his passport.

When the flame is extinguished by a passing street cleaner, Black Sabbath appears, producing an Arrow from its mouth and killing him.

Giorno explains his aspiration to Koichi. Based on this and Giorno's reaction to the cleaner's death, Koichi acknowledges him as the spiritual descendant of the Joestar family.

Having recieved Koichi's advice as to the nature of Polpo's Stand, after recieving his membership badge, Giorno kills Polpo.

5 Plus 1Edit

Buccellati explains to Giorno the structure of Passione, and that if they wish to come close to the Boss, they require a higher rank.

Giorno meets Buccellati's comrades (as part of Buccellati's Gang); Narancia, Mista, Abbacchio and Fugo; who despise him at first.

Find Polpo's Fortune!Edit

Two gangsters discuss Polpo's apparent suicide and the rumor of his hidden fortune; as Buccellati takes his group on a yacht to Capri in order to recover this ¥600,000,000; with which he aims to buy a position as an Operative.

Mystery of Soft MachineEdit

Narancia, Mista and Fugo are disappeared by an hidden assailant. Giorno volunteers to be attacked; is stabbed by an arm emerging from the lower deck, and then deflated like a balloon. Abbacchio activates his Stand Moody Blues, replaying Narancia's history, showing the moment he was also deflated.

Moody Blues' RetaliationEdit

Moody Blues shows Narancia as having been secreted in a pipe while deflated. After Abbacchio allows himself to be attacked while tracing him, it is revealed that their boat was layered early by another deflated boat; and Mario Zucchero of the Stand Soft Machine is defeated by Buccellati.

Sex Pistols ArrivesEdit

Zucchero is exposed as a Roman gangster and momentarily tortured, before Moody Blues shows him radioing as to the group's destination, suggesting that his partner has by now overtaken the group to Capri.

Revealing his Stand Sex Pistols, Mista rides with Giorno ahead of the group directly to the Marina Grande port of the island.

Giorno radios the the station at the port in the hope of exposing Zucchero's partner; who emerges from inside. Mista wanders into his view, shooting his leg as he flees to a truck stationed beyond on a cliffside road; pursuing and again shooting him in the forehead. Surviving, Sale reveals his Stand, Kraft Work; capable of freezing objects in place by touch.

Sale is defeated when with Sex Pistols, Mista again strikes the bullet lodged in his skull.

The Six Hundred Million YenEdit

The Location of the Six Hundred Million Yen
Buccellati's gang gathers in a public restroom on Capri. Summoned earlier, an Operative named Pericolo collects the ¥600,000,000 (stored with Sticky Fingers behind a urinal), before in turn bestowing Buccellati the status of an Operative; along with Polpo's last order from the Boss: Protect his daughter; who is present along with Pericolo disguised as a cleaner.

The Boss' First AssignmentEdit

Operative Buccellati; The Boss' First Assignment

Trish Una is introduced by Pericolo.

Pericolo explains that two months prior, Trish's mother Donatella died two days after commissioning an independent search for Soldo Naso; the Boss' false identity. Members of Passione learned of these events, and the Boss ordered Pericolo to find and hide Trish; revealing that he is her father. Soon, traitors within the gang began an attempt to kidnap her, aiming to overthrow the Boss.

Pericolo gives the length of Buccellati's assignment as one week, explaining that the Boss is trying to identify his pursuers, and that like Polpo, the traitors are Stand users.

Elsewhere, another member learns via instant messaging of Polpo's death; concluding that his assignment must have passed onto another Operative and Stand user.

Narancia's AerosmithEdit

Narancia brings groceries and items of Trish's request back to the group's hideout. In the car prepared for him by Fugo, Formaggio appears, striking Narancia with his Stand Little Feet. Narancia retaliates with Aerosmith, as Formaggio deduces that Buccellati's group is hiding Trish, and Narancia finds himself shrinking.

Narancia's unfortunate history and the circumstances of his joining Passione are detailed.

A desperate fight ensues between a shrunken Formaggio and a shrinking Narancia. Narancia is overcome; and the history of Formaggio's traitorous group of assassins is given, including the account of the deaths of Sorbet and Gelato. Formaggio suggests that Trish's Stand represents a clue as to the Boss' identity.

Trapped, Narancia destroys his car, hurting Formaggio and removing Little Feet's effect on him. Having generated too much carbon dioxide with the fire, harming the sensitivity of his radar, Narancia destroys more cars to trap Formaggio; finally defeating him at close range.

The Boss's Second AssignmentEdit

The Boss's Second Assignment; Retrieve the Key!
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Man in the Mirror and Purple HazeEdit

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The Express Train Towards FlorenceEdit

The Express Train Heading Towards Florence
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The Grateful DeadEdit

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Baby FaceEdit

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Towards VeniceEdit

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Get the Disk!Edit

Venice's Santa Lucia Station - Get the "OA-Disc"!
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White AlbumEdit

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The Boss' Last OrdersEdit

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Bruno Buccellati's YouthEdit

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The Mystery of King CrimsonEdit

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The G in GutsEdit

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Clash and Talking HeadEdit

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Headed for Sardinia!Edit

No Flightcode! Headed for Sardinia!
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Notorious B.I.G.Edit

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Spice GirlEdit

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Storm WarningEdit

Storm Warning In Sardina Island!
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My Name Is DoppioEdit

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King Crimson vs. MetallicaEdit

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Like The Falling Sky!Edit

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Pronto! On the LineEdit

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Rome! The ColiseumEdit

Destination: Rome! The Coliseum
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Green Day and OasisEdit

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They Called Him Diavolo (1)Edit

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A Brief FlashbackEdit

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They Called Him Diavolo (2)Edit

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Before The ArrowEdit

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The Requiem Plays QuietlyEdit

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Diavolo RisingEdit

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King of KingsEdit

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Gold Experience RequiemEdit

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Sleeping Slaves (Epilogue)Edit

Set before the events of Buccellati's Coming, the epilouge focuses on Buccellati and the others helping the owner of a flower store uncover the truth behind his daughter's death.

CharactersEdit

 
Character Name Stand Name Relationship
Giorno Giovanna Gold Experience - Gold Experience Requiem Protagonist (Previously in Neutral side)
Bruno Buccellati Sticky Fingers Ally (Previously Villain)
Narancia Ghirga Aerosmith Ally
Guido Mista Sex Pistols Ally
Leone Abbacchio Moody Blues Ally
Trish Una Spice Girl Ally
Pannacotta Fugo Purple Haze Neutral (Previously Ally)
Koichi Hirose Echoes Ally
Jotaro Kujo Star Platinum (not seen) Ally (to Koichi)
Luca N/A Villain
Sorbet and Gelato N/A Neutral
Polpo Black Sabbath Villain
Mario Zucchero Soft Machine Villain
Sale Kraft Work Villain
Formaggio Little Feet Villain
Illuso Man in the Mirror Villain
Coco Jumbo Mr.President Ally
Pesci Beach Boy Villain
Prosciutto The Grateful Dead Villain
Melone Baby Face Villain
Ghiaccio White Album Villain
Squalo Clash Villain
Tiziano Talking Head Villain
Carne Notorious B.I.G. Villain
Risotto Nero Metallica Neutral
Cioccolata Green Day Villain
Secco Oasis Villain
Scolippi Rolling Stones Neutral
Jean Pierre Polnareff Silver Chariot -Silver Chariot Requiem Ally
Diavolo/Vinegar Doppio King Crimson (Diavolo) Main Antagonist

Major BattlesEdit

ChaptersEdit

Title
Chapters Release Date ISBN Cover
Volume 47: Goodbye, Morioh - The Golden Heart
(さよなら杜王町ー黄金の心 Sayonara Moriō-chō - Ōgon no Kokoro)
(JP) May 10, 1996[1] (JP) ISBN 978-4-08-851897-8 Volume 47
Volume 48: Gang Star Is My Dream
(ぼくの夢はギャング·スター Boku no Yume wa Gyangu Sutā)
(JP) July 4, 1996[2] (JP) ISBN 978-4-08-851898-5 Volume 48
Volume 49: Find Polpo's Fortune!
(ポルポの遺産を狙え! Porupo no Isan o Nerae!)
(JP) September 4, 1996[3] (JP) ISBN 978-4-08-851899-2 Volume 49
Volume 50: Operative Buccellati; The Boss' First Assignment
(ブチャラティ幹部;ボスからの第一指令 Bucharati Kanbu; Bosu kara no Daichi Shirei)
(JP) November 1, 1996[4] (JP) ISBN 978-4-08-851119-1 Volume 50
Volume 51: The Boss' Second Assignment; 'Retrieve the Key!'
(ボスからの第二指令;「鍵をゲットせよ!」 Bosu kara no Daini Shirei; 'Kagi o Getto Se Yo!')
(JP) February 4, 1997[5] (JP) ISBN 978-4-08-851120-7 Volume 51
Volume 52: The Express Train Heading Towards Florence
(フィレンツェ行き超特急 Firentse Iki Chōtokkyū)
(JP) April 4, 1997[6] (JP) ISBN 978-4-08-872039-5 Volume 52
Volume 53: The Grateful Dead
(ザ·グレイトフル·デッド Za Gureitofuru Deddo)
(JP) June 4, 1997[7] (JP) ISBN 978-4-08-872040-1 Volume 53
Volume 54: Gold Experience Retaliates
(ゴールド·エクスペリエンスの逆襲 Gōrudo Ekusuperiensu no Gyakushū)
  • 500. Baby Face (1) (ベイビィ·フェイス その① Beibii Feisu Sono 1?)
  • 501. Baby Face (2) (ベイビィ·フェイス その② Beibii Feisu Sono 2?)
  • 502. Baby Face (3) (ベイビィ·フェイス その③ Beibii Feisu Sono 3?)
  • 503. Baby Face (4) (ベイビィ·フェイス その④ Beibii Feisu Sono 4?)
  • 504. Baby Face (5) (ベイビィ·フェイス その⑤ Beibii Feisu Sono 5?)
  • 505. Baby Face (6) (ベイビィ·フェイス その⑥ Beibii Feisu Sono 6?)
  • 506. Baby Face (7) (ベイビィ·フェイス その⑦ Beibii Feisu Sono 7?)
  • 507. Towards Venice! (ヴェネツィアに向かえ! Venetsia ni Mukae!?)
  • 508. Venice's Santa Lucia Station - Get the "OA-Disc"! (ヴェネツィア·サンタ·ルチア駅『OA-DISC』をゲットせよ! Venetsia Santa Ruchia Eki "ŌĀ Disuku" o Getto Se yo!?)
(JP) September 4, 1997[8] (JP) ISBN 978-4-08-872174-3 Volume 54
Volume 55: The Venice Landing Operation
(ヴェネツィア上陸作戦 Venetsia Jōriku Sakusen)
  • 509. White Album (1) (ホワイト·アルバム その① Howaito Arubamu Sono 1?)
  • 510. White Album (2) (ホワイト·アルバム その② Howaito Arubamu Sono 2?)
  • 511. White Album (3) (ホワイト·アルバム その③ Howaito Arubamu Sono 3?)
  • 512. White Album (4) (ホワイト·アルバム その④ Howaito Arubamu Sono 4?)
  • 513. White Album (5) (ホワイト·アルバム その⑤ Howaito Arubamu Sono 5?)
  • 514. White Album (6) (ホワイト·アルバム その⑥ Howaito Arubamu Sono 6?)
  • 515. White Album (7) (ホワイト·アルバム その⑦ Howaito Arubamu Sono 7?)
  • 516. The Boss' Last Orders (ボスよりの最終指令 Bosu yori no Saishū Shirei?)
  • 517. Bruno Buccellati's Youth (ブローノ·ブチャラティ その少年時代 Burōno Bucharati Sono Shōnen Jidai?)
(JP) November 4, 1997[9] (JP) ISBN 978-4-08-872175-0 Volume 55
Volume 56: The 'G' in Guts
(ガッツの「G」 Gattsu no 'G')
(JP) January 9, 1998[10] (JP) ISBN 978-4-08-872501-7 Volume 56
Volume 57: No Flightcode! Unearth the Boss' Past
(フライト·コードなし!ボスの過去をあばけ Furaito Kōdo Nashi! Bosu no Kako o Abake)
(JP) March 4, 1998[11] (JP) ISBN 978-4-08-872526-0 Volume 57
Volume 58: My Name Is Doppio
(ぼくの名はドッピオ Boku no Na wa Doppio)
(JP) June 4, 1998[12] (JP) ISBN 978-4-08-872562-8 Volume 58
Volume 59: Like the Falling Sky
(今にも落ちて来そうな空の下で Ima ni mo Ochite Kisō na Sora no Shita de)
(JP) August 4, 1998[13] (JP) ISBN 978-4-08-872588-8 Volume 59
Volume 60: Meet the Man in the Coliseum!
(コロッセオの男に会え! Korosseo no Otoko ni Ae!)
(JP) October 2, 1998[14] (JP) ISBN 978-4-08-872613-7 Volume 60
Volume 61: They Called Him Diavolo
(そいつの名はディアボロ Soitsu no Na wa Diaboro)
(JP) January 8, 1999[15] (JP) ISBN 978-4-08-872652-6 Volume 61
Volume 62: The Requiem Plays Quietly
(鎮魂歌は静かに奏でられる Rekuiemu wa Shizuka ni Kanaderareru)
(JP) March 4, 1999[16] (JP) ISBN 978-4-08-872680-9 Volume 62
Volume 63: Sleeping Slaves
(眠れる奴隷 Nemureru Dorei)
(JP) April 30, 1999[17] (JP) ISBN 978-4-08-872709-7 Volume 63

AdaptationsEdit

Main article: GioGio's Bizarre Adventure: Golden Whirlwind

Vento Aureo has a Japan-only action-adventure video game adaptation for the PlayStation 2, GioGio's Bizarre Adventure: Golden Whirlwind.

GalleryEdit

TriviaEdit

  • This arc was initially referred to as Dai Go-bun Giorno Giovana: Ōgon naru Isan (第5部 ジョルノ・ジョバァーナ ―黄金なる遺産― Dai Go Bu Joruno Jobāana Ōgon naru Isan?), lit. "Part 5 Giorno Giovana: Golden Heritage".
  • Since the arc takes place in Italy, the series title is written in Italian as Le Bizzarre Avventure di GioGio.
  • Araki said that he used male idol groups and Italian fashion as the visual inspirations for this part. He wanted to design the main cast in a "pretty boy image" to deliberately contrast the taller, muscular protagonists from previous arcs. Araki remarked that the gay undertones found within certain scenes were included as a homage to the eroticism generally found within the fashion industry. He didn't think that events or character relationships had any deeper meanings behind them until fans brought it to his attention.[1]

ReferencesEdit

  1. 2007 Eureka issue

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