Josuke Higashikata

東方仗助, JoJo
Height: 185 cm Blood Type: B Nationality: Japanese Josuke Higashikata Higashikata Jsuke is the main hero of JoJos Bizarre Adventure Part 4. He begins his story as a new freshman in the town of Morioh. Part 4 begins with Jotaro seeking him out as Josuke is the illegitimate son of Jotaros grandfather Joseph Joestar. Josuke makes his entrance into the JoJo universe as a caring popular and slightly naive teenager. Inspired by his police officer grandfathers on his mothers side sense of justice he isnt afraid to fight for those in need. He is confronted by Jotaro with the need to eradicate evil Stand users from his hometown Morioh. He refuses at first believing that it is not any of his business. However he quickly changes his mind when his policeman grandfather is killed by a criminal Stand user. With a vow paralleling that of Peter Parker Josuke decides to deliver justice to evil Stand users in his grandfathers place. Josuke is nice to people and says Mister and Miss like a normal polite young man... until someone pisses him off which isnt very hard to do. The easiest way to do that is to mock his hair which makes Josuke angry and explosively violent. Josuke grew up with his single mother never knowing his father Joseph Joestar. Josuke is crafty and has a sneaky streak for money which is shown multiple times in the story. Nevertheless he is a dependable and friendly person who is always willing to protect people who need it. Josukes Stand power Crazy Diamond is a melee Stand with short range 3m. Crazy Diamond has the ability of restoration. It can repair damage by returning an object to a previous state and by extension heal injuries apart from Josukes own injuries. It is limited in that it cannot revive the dead. It can however restore an item to its raw materials e.g. a table can be restored to timbers. This ability allows Crazy Diamond to perform a range of interesting feats including trapping the enemy by restoring pieces of a broken crate around the target and tracking e.g. restoring a torn piece of clothing so that it will seek out what it came from and reattach. Its restoration ability often malfunctions when Josuke is angry causing the object to be improperly put back together. The Stands name is a reference to Pink Floyds song Shine On You Crazy Diamond.