Question: Did DIO regret killing Jonathan?

If youll recall from the ending of Phantom Blood, Dio professed that he respected Jonathan over all else, and even mourned him briefly after he died. If youll recall from the ending of Phantom Blood, Dio professed that he respected Jonathan over all else, and even mourned him briefly after he died.

Why was Dio shocked when Jonathan died?

Jonathan, having little left to lose, learned the ways of Hamon, faced Dio one more time and defeated him. Jonathan still loved Dio as a brother, and he wouldnt ever let go of that bond that connected them. This shocked and infuriated Dio, and he was still cursing Jonathan as he passed away and the ship fell apart.

Does Jonathan hate Dio?

Despite his heinous acts, Jonathan could never bring himself to hate Dio. During their final fight, Jonathan managed to seriously wound Dio but he didnt kill him, and this decision haunted the Joestar family for generations.

Is Dio really evil?

8 DIO: PURE EVIL Dio is the definition of pure evil. Throughout his life, Dio only harmed people. In part 1, he simply ate humans for the sake of increasing his own powers. He tried to kill his adoptive father, George Joestar, who was always kind to him.

Was DIO really evil?

Hes been evil since he drew his first breath! While Speedwagon claimed that he was born evil, Dios treacherous and insane nature may be partially effected by his abusive upbringing at the hands of an alcoholic father, whom he later killed. He is shown to be an extremely arrogant and ambitious megalomaniac.

Is DIO completely evil?

However, DIO is not entirely evil, at least not at first, as (while coming from a source not confirmed to be canon) he respected his mother (being heartbroken by her death and was furious when his father told him to sell her dress), which caused him to kill his father as revenge for causing her death and would attack ...

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