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Undead People (in Japanese 屍生人) are beings created by vampires who have donned Stone Masks. They serve as supporting antagonists in the early arcs of Jojo's Bizarre Adventure.
Undead People are created when Stone Mask Vampires inject their vampiric extracts into the body of the living or dead. Normally Stone Mask Vampires create Undead People while they are draining bloods from their victims. Contrary to other popular medias, vampires in Jojoverse do not automatically create undeads by sucking their bloods. For an instance, when Dio had his blood drained by a vampirized drunkard he did not automatically turn zombie. And women victims who had their blood drained by Dio in Stardust Crusaders arc just died and did not turn into zombies. Vampires' extracts have to be injected into victims' bodies to become zombies. Only trained Ripple users are able to reject this process.
When people turn undead, their injuries they had in life automatically heal. (Vanilla Ice, Bruford and Tarkus had their severed heads reattached). But that is it: they cannot regenerate after that. And even after a revived person turns undead it takes a little while to take an undead effect (Vanilla Ice, immediately after his revival, was still unaffected by the sunlight. It is presumed he became full-fledged undead when Vanilla was stabbed by Polnareff in the mouth during their duel)
All undead people are mentally bound to their vampire creators and are loyal towards their creators. Their former personalities and humanities are lost, becoming a bloodthirsty predators who constantly crave for bloods and flesh of the living. Although undead people do consume flesh, their primary diet consist of blood just like their vampire masters. And like zombies in other popular medias, they possess ability to infect and convert other living beings into one of them. Also like zombies in popular medias they cease their activities permanently when their heads are destroyed. Like their vampire masters they perish when exposed to sunlight.
Stengthwise, unless undead people happen to be extremely strong in life or had their physical attributes altered in life humans who possess above average strength can take them on. (Jonathan Joestar killed a zombified police with a spear, and he was non-Ripple user at the time). However, with their inability to feel pain, inhuman aggression, extraordinary persistence and unlimited stamina makes them more than a match for normal humans. They keep on persisting until their head is obliterated.
Dio Brando was the only Stone Mask vampire to create undead people: Aztec Chief who turned vampire slaughtered his own people but did not create any zombies. Vampire drunkard died while eating Dio's blood. Stone Mask vampires make their appearances in Battle Tendency but never created undead people.
- See Wang Chan.
- See Bruford.
- See Tarkus.
- See Vanilla Ice.
Jack the Ripper
- See Jack the Ripper
Adams is a Zombie with a long sharp tongue created by Dio Brando who lurks around Windknight's Lot. Formerly a human and villager of Windknight, the Zombie meets the Joestar Group and after a brief conversation with Poco, tries to ambush the Group from behind. Jonathan however easily kills him.
Doobie is a minor villain from the first arc of JoJo's Bizarre Adventure, Phantom Blood.
Doobie is one of the many zombie underlings of Dio Brando. Dio calls Doobie to have fun with a girl he had been trying to seduce. As Doobie starts harassing her, an anvil falls on his head, which was dropped by Jonathan, who proceeds to fight Doobie. Doobie then removes the sack on his head, revealing the venomous snakes which reside on his skull and attacking JoJo with them. JoJo removes the venom from his body and grabs the snakes, charging them with Ripple, which makes the vipers turn on against Doobie and bite him, killing him in the process.
Page, Jones, Plant & Bonham
Page, Jones, Plant and Bonham are minor antagonists from the first arc of JoJo's Bizarre Adventure, Phantom Blood.
The four are some of the many zombie underlings of Dio Brando. They attack Jonathan's group after Dio kills Dire, attempting to use their combined Vascular Needle Attack (in which they extend their blood vessels from their bodies to attack) against Straights, who jumps and knocks a chandelier over them, then proceeding to dispose of them by using his Hamon on the chandelier, which melts the four zombies instantly.
These four differ from other zombies due to their alien-like appearance, instead of looking like regular ghouls.
Their names are a reference to Jimmy Page, John Bonham, Robert Plant, John Paul Jones, the original members of the English rock band Led Zeppelin.
She was a mother who resided in Windknight's Lot when it was infiltrated and occupied by Dio Brando. Imprisoned, surrounded by Dio and his undead minions, she desperately begs him to spare her baby. Dio agrees to her plea, promising her not to eat the baby. Instead he turns her into an undead by injecting his vampiric extract into her. No longer a human, she soon after devours her own very baby she tried to protect, while Dio cynically retorts that he did not laid a finger on the baby as he promised. It is unknown what happened to her after Jonathan Joestar's second triumph against Dio Brando, who fled with only his head intact. But she most likely among the 73 undeads who are exterminated (and police declaring them as missing).
It was meant to display apparent pure evil nature of Dio Brando.
He was one of four policemen summoned by Jonathan Joestar to arrest Dio for his conspiracy to kill George Joestar, Jonathan's father. After Dio turned into a vampire he had his blood drained by Dio, died and revived as an undead. He attempted to suck the blood of Robert Edward O. Speedwagon, only to be killed by Jonathan Joestar, who severed his head with a spear.
A hybrid undead animal. It has body of a dog and a head of a human male. Upon seeing Poco's sister, it encouraged Dio to suck her virgin blood. Dio took offense to his rudeness and killed it.
A hybrid undead animal. It has a body of a bird and a head of a cat.
Royal Air Force commander
This undead was one of Dio Brando's zombie that survived even after Dio's centuries of underwater imprisonment after his duel with Jonathan Joestar. He managed to somehow obtain a high position in UK military and hide from others' suspicion: when it ate its victims it carefully devoured its victims down to the hairs, feigning injuries by riding on a wheelchair and almost never going outside. However, he raises suspicion of George Joestar II, who discovered his undead identity and tried to expose it, only to be counterattacked by his undead superior and be eaten. Furious at her husband's demise, Lisa Lisa avenges George II by killing the undead commander with her Ripple ability.
Unfortunately, Lisa Lisa was witnessed by British soldiers who know nothing about Ripple or Dio's undeads. Lisa Lisa was accused of murdering a war hero, condemned to treason and becomes a wanted felon. Only with Speedwagon Foundation's support she was granted a new identity and forced to live a separate life from her son and mother-in-law.
Kenny G., Billie Jean in the English dub, is a minor villain from the third arc of JoJo's Bizarre Adventure. One of Dio's right-hands alongside Terence T. D'Arbyand Vanilla Ice, Kenny G. acts mostly as a support to the other two, using his Stand to generate illusions. He initially uses it to make the basement look like a beach, where the heroes face Terence.
When Avdol, Polnareff and Iggy enter the mansion, he uses his power to make the place look like a huge labyrinthine maze. Avdol creates a flame tracker to locate any enemy nearby, which points out to Kenny G.'s location, so Iggy smells his scent and attacks him from inside a pillar. With his defeat the illusion vanishes, but his distraction gives Vanilla Ice the opportunity to attack them, which Avdol only notices due to a inscription in the wall (probably made by Kenny G. himself) telling they would die when they turned their backs. Avdol only had enough time to shove the others out of the way before being disintegrated himself.
NukesakuNukesaku is an undead henchman of Dio Brando who tried to attack the Joestar Group when they infiltrated deep into Dio's manion and defeated Dio's other Stand minions. Having no Stand, he is used as an easy punching bag and unwilling guide in the mansion.
When Jotaro, Joseph and Kakyoin are rushing after Dio on his mansion, a woman appears begging for help. While the heroes calm her down saying they're friends, Jotaro punches her, revealing that it was actually Nukesaku, who grew a woman's face on his back. When Nukesaku asks how they found out, Kakyoin points that he didn't twist his hands accordingly to keep the facade. After being mocked by the heroes, he attempts to bite Jotaro, only to be punched out again and forced to take the heroes to Dio's room. Once there, they demand him to open Dio's coffin, but as he removes the lid, he suddenly appears inside the coffin, with his body sliced to pieces, as a result of Dio using his stand The World.
Sports Maxx/Limp Bizkit
In Stone Ocean arc, the Stand named Limp Bizkit permits the creation of undead people-like creatures, manifesting as tangible spirits that climb out of their corporeal bodies and are thus rendered invisible. Sports Maxx, Limp Bizkit's Stand user, also becomes an 'undead' through the use of his powers and displays strength, speed and hunger similar to vampirically-made undead. This allowed Maxx to dismember his body without pain or injury while also giving him immense strength. After a vicious fight against Ermes, she defeats Sports Maxx. Maxx's body is pummeled to the point that his Stand is lost. Without Limp Bizkit to preserve his zombified state, Maxx crumbles into mush and ceases to exist.
Limp Bizkit does not have a physical appearance. Victims of its ability will appear invisible, though they can be seen when coated in a material.
- Dio Brando has created a variety of hybrid undeads through his various experimentation.