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Pannacotta Fugo is a side character and ally featured in Golden Wind.
Pannacotta Fugo is a young man of slim to average build with spiky hair. He has large bangs going down the right side of his face, the quantity of which varies throughout his appearances.
Fugo wears a two-piece suit filled with holes on the sleeves and legs. Originally his jacket had a hole on the chest as well, but past chapter 469 it is portrayed as a one button suit jacket. He also wears a belt to support his pants and a tie with a strawberry pattern. His shoes have the same strawberry pattern on the front of them. In his earliest appearances, he had earrings with wishing lamp symbols on them.
Fugo has a very caring personality, as shown in his past when he brings a young Narancia, who was suffering from hunger and from an eye disease, into a restaurant and asks Bucciarati to give him food. At times, he seems placid, often responding to disrespect and being talked down upon by his peers with nonchalance. However, once upset Fugo can also be hotheaded and aggressive, dropping out of school due to his violent disposition ruining relationships with others, specifically his teachers. His Stand, when shown to be belligerent, was said to reflect this aspect of his personality. However, almost as much as he is angry, Fugo is also very intelligent and careful. Though he did indeed drop out of school in the end, it still stands that his academic ability allowed him to enter university level at the age of only 16. When presented with the choice to stay with Bucciarati's group and betray the Boss or leave and seek safety, Fugo deserted the group, having resigned to the logical reasoning of the group inevitably having to answer to the entirety of Passione as a result.
Fugo’s Stand, Purple Haze releases a deadly flesh eating virus via capsules on his hand because of its deadly ability and its potential for indiscriminate destruction, Purple Haze is rarely used by Fugo as stated by Abbacchio. However, it is undeniably a powerful close-range Stand.
- In addition to being one of the more calculated members on the team, he possesses the particularly deadly Stand, Purple Haze.
- Originally, Fugo was going to be a villain by working for Diavolo as a spy and He was going to betray Bucciarati's group, but it was scrapped because Araki had depression at the time.