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|“||There are times when a gentleman has to be courageous and fight, even when his opponent is bigger than he is and he knows he's going to lose!||„|
|~ Jonathan Joestar.|
|~ Jonathan Joestar to Dio Brando.|
Jonathan Joestar, also known as JoJo, is the main protagonist of JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: Phantom Blood. He is the son of English nobleman George Joestar I, Jonathan is an honest, kind, and positive man whose life is fraught with tragedy after meeting the antagonist Dio Brando.
According to the norms of the Victorian era, Jonathan's childhood attire consisted of a jacket, white dress shirt, breeches and a pair of long socks with black shoes. As a nobleman, he wears a ribbon tie and a vest like his father's.
Jonathan wears longer dress pants and tends to roll up his coat sleeves. He also wears a striped team uniform during University rugby games. When he sets out to Ogre Street to find a cure for his father's illness, he dons a deerstalker cap and long coat. During the journey to Windknight's Lot, his outfit is a mixture of his formal and detective-like outfit. In the latter half of the arc he wears a close-fitted tank top with capped sleeves. In the anime, these sleeves are converted into shoulder pads.
Jonathan had lived a rough past as the son of an aristocrat, and was known in his childhood to have been at least a competent boxer. In his college life, he is shown to have played Rugby alongside Dio Brando, and was revered as one of the two stars of Hugh Hudson Academy. Even prior to learning the ripple, Jonathan was shown to have been able to hold his own against three thugs, Speedwagon among them with his sheer might and willpower.
He was also shown to have been able to wield various weapons held by the suits of armor in the Joestar mansion, as well as perform incredible feats of strength, such as jumping from the hilt of a sword and hoisting himself up to the second floor with an arm inhibited by a spear pierced into his pectorals, even doing a flip over the guardrails as he did so.
Also, Jonathan has an arsenal of ancient martial art techniques, most inherited from Will A. Zeppeli and involving Hamon, at his disposal. Some are his original creation, each ending with "Overdrive".