|The Emperor and the Hanged Man (2)|
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Jean Pierre Polnareff decides to separate from the group in order to find his sister's killer. Mohammed Avdol tries to stop him, sure that separating Polnareff from them is part of a trap. Polnareff accuses him of being a coward for running away from Dio, and a fight almost starts between them before Joseph Joestar stops Avdol's punch, telling him that Polnareff has made his own decision.
Meanwhile, a cowboy named Hol Horse and his lover Nena are seen riding a elephant. Nena begs him to marry her, but Hol Horse tells her she shouldn't think about this since she is only 16 and is from a good family. He denies her request, saying he's a traveler destined to die on the streets, and he won't marry her because he loves her too much to make her suffer. He asks her to get off the elephant because he's going to see a friend., who is revealed to be J. Geil, the man with two right hands and the user of the Hanged Man. Hol Horse tells him that he's just using Nena because she's a woman who would do anything for her love. Before they are able to discuss their plans, a snake attacks J. Geil. Combining their stands Emperor and Hanged Man, the duo completely mutilate the snake.
Later, as Polnareff searches for a lead, he sees the two Stand users slowly approaching him.