|Namesake||Una is derived from Italian for "one" (uno)|
|Birthday||June 8, 1985|
|Favorite Food||Perrie (French Water), Sour Salad, Crab|
|Favorite Actor||Marcello Mastroianni, Gwyneth Paltrow|
|Relatives||Diavolo (Father) |
|Manga Debut||Vol. 50 Ch. 468|
The Location of the Six Hundred Million Yen
|Final Appearance||Vol. 63 Ch. 594|
Sleeping Slaves (5)
|Game Debut||GioGio no Kimyō na Bōken: Ōgon no Kaze|
|Seiyuu||Natsuki Rio (PS2 game)|
Trish is a 15-year-old girl of average height and slim build. She wears her light hair (often pink) in a loose whorl atop her head.
She wears a long skirt of a split at the top of her left thigh, patterned in tiles of alternating shade by the mathematical symbols for addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division.
Trish is first introduced as a spoiled, selfish girl; this is later revealed to be a way to hide her insecurities.
When she discovers her Stand, she comes to terms with her own power to defend herself and her new friends.
- Main article: Spice Girl
Trish's humanoid Stand is Spice Girl, of good melee attack and defense, with the unique ability to soften any object (to the quality of a springy cushion).
Trish was living a normal life before she found out who her father was. From then on, she was on the run to meet her father.
Trish is introduced as the boss' daughter that is put under the eye of Polpo's replacement capo, Bruno Buccellati and his gang members Narancia Ghirga, Pannacotta Fugo, Guido Mista, Leone Abbachio, and Giorno Giovanna. Because of the mission, she found herself being pursued by fellow Passione members and assassins. When she finally got to meet her father, she realized that he actually wanted to kill her, so all his ties with the past would be erased, including the people related to him.
She awakens her Stand powers on the plane to Sardinia when she was being attacked by Notorious B.I.G. and makes use of her power to retrieve the ladybug that Giorno transformed into his hand in order to restore his stand's abilities. With her help, the group is able to crash land safely through the plane's cabin and force Notorious B.I.G. to crash into the sea.
Trish makes her game debut on the PS2 Game, as the only female playable character, voiced by Natsuki Rio.
Much like Giorno and Buccellati, Trish's main move it's her "ora ora attack, being Spice Girl's WANAABEE, her other abilities allows Spice Girl to make anything it touches softs (such move only works on Super Story Mode, for other Modes the same move is used for a stronger attack), a dash flying kick that sends the opponent far away and Trish can also use a piece of pipe to make a lower attack (the same pipe she used to attack Notorius BIG).
Trish is playable on chapter 14 and 15 during Story Mode. In both battles, she faces two different sizes of Notorius BIG - a small version and a bigger version. At the beginning of chapter 14, Trish can't use Spice Girl; after reaching the other side of the plane, she is allowed to use the Stand. For the second battle, the player needs to survive 2 minutes agasint a giant version of Notorius BIG.
Trish is briefly mentioned on some texts from PART V Story Mode.
For the western version, her stand Spice Girl was renamed into Spicy Lady.
- She loses her boot, but is never shown getting it replaced after it was eaten by Notorious B.I.G.
- In Part VIII, Yasuho Hirose loses her shoe like Trish when she was kidnapped by Tsurugi Higashikata.
- Trish is the second female ally to have a Stand, the first being Yukako.
- According to Araki, losing her boot and unlocking Spice Girl in the same chapter represented her losing her femininity and gaining strength.
|Part V Characters|
Giorno Giovanna · Bruno Buccellati · Leone Abbachio · Guido Mista · Narancia Ghirga · Pannacotta Fugo · Trish Una · Koichi Hirose · Jotaro Kujo · Jean Pierre Polnareff · Coco Jumbo · Pericolo · Luca · Polpo · Mario Zucchero · Sale · Donatella Una · Formaggio · Illuso · Pesci · Prosciutto · Melone · Ghiaccio · Tiziano · Squalo · Carne · Secco · Cioccolata · Sorbet and Gelato · Rigatoni · Scolippi · Risotto Nero · Doppio · Diavolo