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Diavolo from Part 5 of Jojos Bizarre Adventure. He’s only known as The Don of Passione for the majority of the arc, and in all his appearances until near the very end he’s either The Faceless with his face completely shadowed over, or appearing as his Split Personality Doppio (who he physically morphs into, so Doppio doesn’t even look like him.) While Giorno and Buccellati’s ultimate goal from the beginning is to overthrow him and reform Passione, the focus is more on the cast fighting a splinter group of Passione who want revenge for the death of two of their own at Diavolo’s hands, while escorting Diavolo’s daughter to him. It isn’t until they reach him and find out that Diavolo plans to kill Trish that his Big Bad status comes to light. All this is justified in that he wants to be a Hidden Villain, completely hidden, to the point of killing anyone (even his own daughter) who tries to find out anything about him, or has even seen his face.

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