heavy focus on character psychology
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29 Aug 2018
A version of events in which Joseph doesn't inexplicably loiter outside the castle-turned-hotel before breaking and entering, and in which Caesar only gets crushed by the body of one Joseph Joestar, which turns out to not be as fatal as getting crushed by a large slab of stone.
“We don’t know what might be in there,” Lisa Lisa was saying. “We will wait for Kars. That’s an order, Caesar. Protecting the stone is our first objective.”
Caesar tilted his chin down, closing his eyes, and it was like a stone statue had suddenly moved while Jojo had been absently contemplating it. He practically had to fight off shivers, because sheesh! Way to make this bizarre situation even more uncanny!
(The hell was going on in Caesar’s dense head, anyway?)
“Sensei, I’m sorry,” Caesar was saying. “I can’t obey.” But he was saying it like a vengeful god, so the apology didn’t really come through. “You know this is a blood issue. It’s a Zeppeli problem!”
Whoowhee, definitely a vengeful god.
- Part 1 of If I had to describe the color of your eyes, I'd call them a magnificent shade of pain (Jojo's Bizarre Adventure AUs with a heavy focus on character psychology)
04 Oct 2018
A version of events in which, in the final battle of Stardust Crusaders, Joseph is the one who chases after the errant Polnareff, while Jotaro and Kakyoin get to be a team and form the other half of the pincer-attack plan.
As a result of this, Kakyoin Noriaki lives - and as a result of that, a few more things change, as well.
“I’ve got it,” Kakyoin said, and his voice was steely calm. He finally pulled off his sunglasses, turning to look at Jotaro, determination and conviction hard in his byzantium eyes. It was a good look on him.
“I’ve figured out a way to reveal what Dio’s Stand truly is,” Kakyoin said.
The corner of Jotaro’s lip quirked upwards.
That was Kakyoin Noriaki for you.
- Part 2 of If I had to describe the color of your eyes, I'd call them a magnificent shade of pain (Jojo's Bizarre Adventure AUs with a heavy focus on character psychology)
16 Jan 2019
A version of events in which Dio has the brilliant idea that kissing Jojo would be more effective than kissing Erina, Jojo falls head-over-heels in love, William A. Zeppeli accidentally wakes up the Pillar Men half a century early, and some events come to pass that don't really summarize well.
But the end result is that Dio and Jonathan end up together and very, very happy, despite (or perhaps because of) the fact that Dio never falls in love and that Jojo has to make some sacrifices.
(Dio is the most beautiful and high-achieving individual Jojo's ever seen, and Dio finds that Jojo doesn't share the same disgusting weaknesses as other human beings.)
There are no sleepwalkers, here.
- Part 3 of If I had to describe the color of your eyes, I'd call them a magnificent shade of pain (Jojo's Bizarre Adventure AUs with a heavy focus on character psychology)