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Jolyne Strings Up Opponents in JJBA: Last Survivor

Jolyne Cujoh will join the roster of JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: Last Survivor on March 9, 2022. That is the same date that the Stone Ocean challenge event will start. Fairouz Ai will reprise her role as the sixth Jojo for the game iteration. [Thanks, Famitsu!]

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In JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: Last Survivor, Jolyne will be a close-quarters combatant. Her Stand, Stone Free, will attack from a distance, as well as use its strings like a grappling hook. Jolyne can use her Stone Hook ability to attach her string to a building or object and jump towards them. This will help her to cover long distances very quickly, which is helpful for either escaping or going on the offensive.

String Jail creates a web of strings in front of her. Enemies who touch the strings will become temporarily immobile. Additionally, it stuns enemies so you can use String Jail to cancel any activated skills. Due to these powerful effects, Jolyne can only deploy String Jail twice per match. You can see Jolyne’s skills in action below.

During the Stone Ocean challenge event, you can obtain exclusive event items, as well as early access items. The event will run from March 9 until April 26, 2022. More information on these items will appear closer to the event date, but one of the prizes seems to be the Ocean Blue palette for Jolyne.

JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: Last Survivor is available to play in Japanese arcades. Jolyne Cujoh will appear in the game starting March 9, 2022. JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: Stone Ocean is out now on Netflix.

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