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|“||Welcome to the True Man's World!||„|
|~ Ringo Roadagain|
Ringo Roadagain is a minor but important antagonist in JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: Steel Ball Run. One of Funny Valentine's assassins, he traps the heroes to take back the Corpse Parts. He wields the stand Mandom.
Born to a family branded as traitors when their father escaped from active war duty, From birth, Ringo had flimsy skin and was often sick. At the age of 10, his life would change forever. One night, he woke up to a man in military attire above his bed. Having slain his mother and siblings, he planned to have his way with and presumably murder Ringo too, but he was shot dead before he could. After this, Ringo both conquered his shortcomings and claimed to overcome the wall to enter "The True Man's World", the only path he could head after.
JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: Steel Ball Run
Ringo Roadagain is first seen standing inside his cabin inside a orchard. Unknowingly to the contestants to the Steel Ball Run, when they walk inside the orchard, Mandom takes effect. His challenge is that the lost souls must kill him before leaving. Thinking Ringo to be playing him, a man named Gaucho challenged him to a duel, which later ends after Ringo manages to trick Gaucho's temper into causing his fatal downfall. On seeing this, Johnny Joestar, Gyro Zeppeli, and Hot Pants think of a plan to end Ringo's life, which fails due to Mandom. As the fight continues, both Gyro and Ringo are injured and Johnny and Hot Pants soon become incapacitated. After revealing his boss to be Funny Valentine, Gyro follows Ringo to his house to continue the fight. Eventually, Gyro wins the duel though a shard of wood stabbing him and one of his steel balls.
Formerly sickly and weak, Ringo grown up to be a gentlemanly man with a love for duels. Knowing any action could be his last in them, Ringo acts with sure finality, analyzes his foes, and keeps calm at the face of danger. Ringo has a strong moral code for his duels, wanting to fight on equal footing (explaining his stand to others), giving his foes tips, and desiring opponents with no issue with murdering others.
Powers and Abilities
Ringo Roadagain wields the stand Mandom, which although has no fighting abilities, it is still extremely useful. Mandom can, by turning the dial on Ringo's watch, rewind time by six seconds. The effects of said ability are instant and undetectable to his enemies. People who are affected remember what happened in those six seconds, and can become confused and easier to beat.