Mysteries of the Past: A Bizarre Adventure is a 26-episodic movie based on Criminal Case: Mysteries of the Past. It was released on March 14th, 2019 and each episode has a run time of 30 to 45 minutes. Three years after the events of Mysteries of the Past, 1900 Concordia has now become a steampunk futuristic city thanks to the technology made from 7 mysterious minds. It also follows the adventures of the Concordian Flying Squad, who journey all across America to initially participate in race. However, they later focus on going after the Galileo Corpse Parts, the remains of an alien corpse that gives out supernatural powers, during the Great Concordian Race to prevent a new enemy from obtaining them while facing other opponents along the way. Hence the title, it is a parody of Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure, taking parts of Phantom Blood, Battle Tendency, and Steel Ball Run.
The Concordian Flying Squad
Secret Agent Rook - The Homicide Detective of the Concordian Flying Squad and the main protagonist of Criminal Case: Mysteries of the Past before his descendant. He has a lot experience in these murder investigations and manages to impress his acquaintances during his tenure. Always getting to the point, he find clues and solves problems that may help the Squad during their journey across America. Unlike almost half of his friends, Rook doesn’t have any supernatural abilities but uses his natural ability to solve anything difficult, which he refers to as his own “power”.
Maddie O'Malley - The 28-year-old Detective of the Concordian Flying Squad and the main protagonist of Mysteries of the Past: A Bizarre Adventure. Being smart, witty, and bold as she was, Madeline was determined to accomplish her goals no matter the cost after the death of her husband, Charles Dupont. She also suffers from depression, occasionally drinking and crying due to Charlie’s death and being forced to take care of her son alone, but has seemingly grown out of these traits for a few years. Although widowed, Maddie has no plans to marry anyone due to her fond memories of Charlie and the last time she was forced to engage to someone. Things would change when Maddie suddenly obtains Heritage for the Future (未来への遺産), a Stand that has the ability to combine both the abilities of Spin and Ripple from Maddie’s body. While being taught by Issac and Diego, she and the rest of the Flying Squad go across America to go after the Galileo Corpse Parts. Later on, it was revealed that Heritage for the Future has 5 Acts, developing each time Maddie completes the requirements for it to evolve.
Heritage for the Future Act 1’s Stats: (Destructive Power: E, Speed: E, Range: D, Durability: B, Precision: E, Developmental Potential: A)
Heritage for the Future Act 2’s Stats: (Destructive Power: D, Speed: D, Range: B, Durability: C, Precision: C, Developmental Potential: A)
Heritage for the Future Act 3’s Stats: (Destructuve Power: D, Speed: D, Range: B, Durability: D, Precision: C, Developmental Potential: A)
Heritage for the Future Act 4’s Stats: (Destructive Power: C, Speed: B, Range: B, Durability: A, Precision: C, Developmental Potential: C)
Heritage for the Future Act 5’s Stats: (Destructive Power: A/∞, Speed: B, Range: A, Durability: A, Precision: B, Developmental Potential: E)
Isaac Bontemps - The 49-year-old Senior Investigator of the Concordian Flying Squad. Bontemps is also the fiancé of Marla de Paradis, the 31-year-old cabaret owner, and the father figure to Colette Pontmercy and Paris Baldwin and the deuteragonist of Mysteries of the Past: A Bizarre Adventure. While keeping his sarcastic wit and observant personality, Issac acts as the voice of reason, trying to convince Maddie to move on from her past and reassuring Diego that no one will hate him for what he did. Additionally, Issac has learned a technique called Spin and can unlock a Stand called Steel Ball Run (スティール・ボール・ラン) via the Super Spin, who enhances his Spin abilities and harnesses the power to break through space at absolute speeds, but with a great cost of stamina. He also uses a Steel Ball as his main use for the Spin. He along with Diego train Maddie for her to use the powers of both Spin and the Ripple.
Steel Ball Run’s Stats: (Destructive Power: A, Speed: A, Range: D, Durability: B, Precision: C, Developmental Potential: B)
Diego Del Lobo - The 32-year-old Consultant of the Concordian Flying Squad, formerly a gentlemen thief and government clerk working under the late Mayor Justin Lawson and the tritagonist of Mysteries of the Past: A Bizarre Adventure. After killing Charlie three years ago, Diego feels guilty about it and feels that he is unready of joining the Squad again. When he recently received the Ripple from a old man physically in his prime, Diego has his confidence boosted and feels ready to make up his time for the Squad. He along with Isaac train Maddie to use both Spin and Ripple while he learns new abilities on his own.
Stats: (Destructive Power: B, Speed: B, Range: C, Durability: B, Precison: B, Developmental Potential: A)
Fighting Rank: A
Giulietta Capecchi - The 23-year-old Junior Offficer of the Concordian Flying Squad. Being the daughter of a infamous mobster and the killer of the Leader of the Justice Corps, Giulietta wants to move on from her past life and adjust with her new colleagues. After regaining all of her family’s possessions and getting encouraged by her grandmother, Giulietta is determined to prove herself that she not a bad guy Lawson pictured her as, even bringing her horse with her and gaining a Stand named Underground Resistance (アンダーグラウンド・レジスタンス), who has the ability to control the emotions of others and reality using a generated drawing in the place she is in and alter it.
Underground Resistance’s Stats: (Destructive Power: C, Speed: B, Range: B, Durability: A, Precision: C, Developmental Potential: B)
Rose Zhao - The 38-year-old Weapons Expert of the Concordian Flying Squad. Rose is tough but calm member who gets along with others but show violence to opponents who dare harm them and other people. Despite her violence, she is also smart and less reckless than herself three years ago, building up plans to solve problems. Unlike Maddie, Issac, Diego, Giulietta, and Katherine, who have Stands, the Ripple, or Spin, Rose has gained an alien cybernetic arm able to replicate human skin and upgrade any technology she touches into a more advanced one like her guns.
Stats: (Destructive Power: B, Speed: E, Range: E, Durability: A, Precision: A, Developmental Potential: D)
Katherine Woolf - The 39-year-old journalist of the Concordian Gazette. Katherine is also the girlfriend of Evie Holloway, the Archivist of the Flying Squad. Initially mysterious and secretive to them, Katherine eventually warms up with them and is willing to help them at any time she wants. Her Stand, Bizarre Mystery (ビザール・ミステリー), makes her invisible to others, obtain information by seeing the past conditions of a place and/or by grabbing someone, and briefly predict the future by 5 seconds. She is also proficient in using ropes and other tricks under her sleeves. Katherine joins in with the Squad to ensure Evie’s safety and make them aware of incoming dangers.
Bizarre Mystery’s Stats: (Destructive Power: E, Speed: C, Range: A, Durability: C, Precision: C, Developmental Potential: C)
Mildred Takakura - The 25-year-old Inventor of the Concordian Flying Squad, who is the late Judge Takakura’s niece and former engineering student. Being the replacement inventor after Charlie’s death, Mildred is more mellow and feels guilty of hurting Maddie’s feelings and tries to avoid contact with her. Mildred doesn’t interact with her colleagues much, believing that they might fear her. She is also less reckless, deciding to stay in the ship during the CFS’ journey across America to avoid being involved in danger.
Arthur Wright - The 45-year-old Chief of the Concordian Flying Squad. He is also the husband of Bernadine Rochester, the aristocrat of the Rochesters and the former senator’s sister. After learning about the Galileo Corpse Parts, Arthur takes no interest in it, seeing that it may be pointless for people to go after it. However, when he was pressured by an unknown individual threatening Bernadine and the Squad‘s life, Arthur reluctantly tells the Squad to participate in the Great Concordian Race. Being humiliated for falling to the hands of the enemy, Arthur also decides to turn the tables on them while tracking the Squad’s movements to make sure they’re safe.
Lady Highmore - The 69-year-old aristocrat and former interim mayor who has helped the Concordian Flying Squad multiple times. Although she took no part in the Flying Squad’s journey across America, she shows worry to them and trusts them they are making the right choice participating in the Great Concordian Race considering there was something fishy going on. She later participates in the race, wanting to keep an eye on the other racers and showing concern for the Squad.
Evie Holloway - The 26-year-old Archivist of the Concordian Flying Squad and Katherine’s girlfriend. Having been received some combat training from Rose and learning several of Diego’s tricks, Evie temporarily took over the role of the Consultant after Diego’s arrest. Although happy to see Diego back, she shows resentment to the gangs, corrupt police force, Rochesters, and Lawson for making Concordia go to chaos. After learning of Diego’s Ripple during the Squad’s adventure, Evie shows interest in the technique although she is unable to use it because she wasn’t pressured enough, resorting her to use her gun and some combat training from Rose to defend herself.
Viola Pemberton - The 46-year-old Lab Chief of the Concordian Flying Squad. Always cheerful and having a tendency to use references to actors, plays, and literature, Viola shows love to her friends and family other than the Rochesters (but Bernadine, Rockley, and Leopold), whom she resented for making her help them. She is also the only one to be aware of Arthur’s reason for send the Flying Squad to the race, trying to convince him to tell the Squad so they may understand the truth.
Richard Wells - The 49-year-old Coroner of the Concordian Flying Squad. Although his personality stayed the same, Dick has been away from his experiments for some time and was interested of going across America to find more things to experiment on. He is also suspicious of Arthur and Viola, occasionally eavesdropping on them talking about the Great Concordian Race.
Constable Jameson Ramirez - The 45-year-old constable of the Concordian Police Department. Being bored and tired of the chaos of Concordian going on three years ago, Ramirez decides to join in with the Squad in the race. He constantly gives out information to the Squad during the journey, warning them about something and pointing out places that he found.
Officer George Blanton - The 28-year-old beat cop of the Concordian Police Department and former prison guard of the Justice Corps. Idolizing Issac and still holding a grudge against Diego despite his reformation, Blanton sometimes causes problems for the Squad as he tries to tag along. Wanting the alleged reward of 50 million dollars in the race, Blanton joins the Squad in their journey across America.
Wally T. Baller - The 29-year-old airship operator of the Concordian Flying Squad who used to work for 4 previous jobs: a tobacco seller, car cleaner, bellboy, and bakery employee. Being the newest member of the force, he is an introvert, unsure of himself, and doesn’t get along with his other colleagues as he has been fired recently from his fourth job and subsequently sent to jail for accidentally burning a bakery he worked in. He also complains about things that are off topic and little to understand and stays distant from others, being tired of their babbling.
Charles Dupont - The late 28-year-old Inventor of the Concordian Flying Squad and husband of Maddie O’Malley. His death has been the driving point of Maddie’s depression and frequent hallucinating, making her wish that he was here with her son, George Dupont. Anyone who mentions or mocks his murder or anyone involved with Charlie would make Maddie pissed off, even going as far to beat up the offender with her Stand.
Dora Umbright - The 57-year-old former judge loyal to the Justice Corps and leader of the group of cronies she hired known as Umbright's League. She is also one of the primary antagonists of Mysteries of the Past: A Bizarre Adventure. Being spiteful to the Concordian Flying Squad for killing Lawson and ruining his legacy, Unbright decided to take more drastic measures by hiding herself upon escaping prison and had some people to announce the Great Concordian Race. She also discovered the Galileo Corpse Parts and is determined to get them. Upon obtaining a mysterious gem, Umbright decides to use it to power herself up and the cronies she has hired, gaining a Stand named Filthy Acts At A Reasonable Price (alternatively FA3RP or D4C; フィルシー・アクトーズ・アット・ア・リーズナブル・プライス), who has the ability to go through multiple dimensions that requires being between two objects. She can also have alternate versions of herself and other things, which can be destroyed if they go too close to each other (besides Umbright). She later evolves her Stand into D4C -Love Train-, which is a wall of light that blocks any type of misfortune into another place and cause wounds to become fatal, both which are from the full exploitation of Abigail Baines’ Stand, which came from the Galileo Corpse.
F4DC’s Stats: (Destructive Power: A, Speed: A, Range: C, Durability: A, Precision: A, Developmental Potential: A)
D4C -Love Train-'s Stats: (Destructive Power: A, Speed: A, Range: C, Durability: A, Precision: A, Developmental Potential: C)
Eleanor Halsted - The 47-year-old former chief inspector of the Concordian Police Department responsible for killing both an inventor and mayor and one of the primary antagonists of Mysteries of the Past: A Bizarre Adventure. Still believing that the gangs are more suitable of serving justice, she joins the mysterious figure who she is devoted to, even transforming into a vampire via an ancient Stone Mask. She also has Goodbye, Jojo!, (グッドバイ・ ジョジョ！) a Stand that manipulates projectiles like arrows, knifes, and bullets and uses the metals she finds in the blood or ground to create them. It’s not the only power Eleanor has, as thanks to her vampiric abilities, she also can freeze people, shoot lasers out of her eyes, regenerate, convert people into vampires and zombies, and suck the blood of anyone using her teeth and fingers alongside with using the physical enhancements she has. Unlike other vampires, Eleanor is entirely immune to sunlight and other vampire weaknesses, but she is still vulnerable to the Ripple and other supernatural powers that can fatally injure her.
Goodbye, Jojo!’s Stats: (Destructive Power: B, Speed: A, Range: D, Durability: C, Precision: E, Developmental Potential: B)
Franca Capecchi - The 45-year-old wife of the late Vittorio Cappechi and former leader of the Italian Gang Vittorio used to rule and one of the primary antagonists of Mysteries of the Past: A Bizarre Adventure. Having been bloodthirsty and vengeful to everyone who disrespected her “famiglia” including her own daughter, she joined with the mysterious figure and has gained “Explosion Mode”, the ability to make everything explode via body temperatures and absorb the explosion to transform it into a deadly projectile, going through nearly everything. She can also make invisible bombs out of explosions, which she uses them as traps.
Stats: (Destructive Power: B, Speed: C, Range: C, Durability: B, Precision: E, Developmental Potential: C)
Horatio Rochester - The 75-year-old patriarch of the Rochesters and disowned biological father of Viola Pemberton who is one of primary antagonists of Mysteries of the Past: A Bizarre Adventure. Horario was resentful to the Concordian Flying Squad for locking him up and destroying the family name, making him join the mysterious figure in prison to finally get his revenge. He also has “Light Mode”, the ability that adds powerful blades to his forearms that project light along with increasing his physical strength and agility. Wanting to know about the Accursed Gem his employer is holding, Horacio sought to use it for more power.
Stats: (Destructive Power: A, Speed: A, Range: E, Durability: C, Precision: C, Developmental Potential: A)
Larry Rochester - The 38-year-old gentlemen of leisure of the Rochesters and the loyal nephew to Horatio Rochester and one of the primary antagonists in Mysteries of the Past: A Bizarre Adventure. Like his uncle and cousins, Larry is resentful to the Flying Squad for ruining the family name by making them a forgotten past, prompting him to join the mysterious figure. Larry had matured a bit but still keeps his smugness and taunting behavior, using his “Heat Mode”, the ability to make his blood vessels project fiery blood to burn his enemies, to plan out attacks to hinder and delay the Flying Squad’s mission.
Stats: (Destructive Power: B, Speed: C, Range: D, Durability: B, Precision: D, Developmental Potential: C)
Malcolm Rochester - The 47-year-old former senator and father of the late Archie Rochester who is also the nephew of Horatio Rochester and one of the main antagonists of Mysteries of the Past: A Bizarre Adventure. Malcolm shows anger to the Flying Squad for humiliating him and then letting Lawson take over Concordia, joining with the mysterious figure to kill them. He also gains “Wind Mode”, the ability to create destructive winds from his body that are enough to shred a human to pieces.
Stats: (Destructive Power: A, Speed: A, Range: C, Durability: B, Precision: E, Developmental Potential: B)
Veronica Rochester - The 41-year-old business woman and mother of the late Archie Rochester. Despite not being incriminated for the Rochester’s crimes, Veronica is infuriated to the Concordian Flying Squad for ruining her family and taking away her son’s life (although it was the education lobbyist who wanted to make an example). After being recruited by the mysterious figure, she gains “Poison Mode”, the ability to secrete poison out of her bodily fluids and use it to kill people in seconds after touching it, with Veronica using it to try to assassinate the Squad by putting the poison in drinks, objects, or traps to avoid being seen.
Stats: (Destructive Power: E, Speed: C, Range: A, Durability: C, Precision: E, Developmental Potential: C)
Thaddeus Mulroney - The 59-year-old former commissioner of the Concordian Police Department who worked with the Rochesters before. Despite being more of a coward and egoist, he was hired by a mysterious figure, who promised him money if he takes care of the Concordian Flying Squad. Despite having no powers like much of the figure’s cronies, Thaddeus uses the opponents of the Great Concordian Race as an advantage to assassinate the Squad.
Edward Whimple - The 58-year-old former evidence clerk of the Concordian Police Department who was responsible for trafficking Irish immigrants and for masterminding the fire in New Haven. Still mad at the player and the Flying Squad for stopping his schemes, he had a deal with the mysterious figure who promised him money if he manages to kill them. He eventually gains “Smoke Mode”, the ability to use smoke from his breath to blind and suffocate victims, even going faster when he is set on fire or covered by smoke.
Stats: (Destructive Power: E, Speed: A, Range: B, Durability: D, Precision: D, Developmental Potential: E)
Kev O’Connell - A deceased 20-year-old (chronologically 23) Irish fighter of a underground fight club and member of Mad Dog’s gang. After being killed in Stonewall Prison, Kev was revived after purple lightning struck his grave, reviving him but becoming a zombie in the process. After being taken in by the mysterious figure, he gains “Metal Mode”, a ability that transforms his body into metal and shapeshifts his body freely.
Stats: (Destructive Power: C, Speed: C, Range: ∅, Durability: A, Precision: C, Developmental Potential: C)
Clay Westwood - A 42-year-old cowboy who killed an incriminated Italian thug who was supposed to speak against the late Vittorio Cappechi in court. Angered at the Concordian Flying Squad for “killing” the man he honored, he joins with the mysterious figure and obtains “Sand Mode”, the ability to create hot sand out of his skin that can turn into glass when thrown and move at far distances. He also uses a revolver to make his attacks more dangerous.
Stats: (Destructive Power: B, Speed: A, Range: B, Durability: E, Precision: E, Developmental Potential: C)
Dorothy McBain - A 50-year-old owner of the Bull Mine who murdered her ex-husband in a act of vigilantism. At first wanting nothing with the mysterious figure, she was forced to with an offer she cannot refuse. Dorothy gains “Ice Mode”, the ability to create ice out of her spit, which can instantly freeze 20 feet of ground and a human being too.
Stats: (Destructive Power: B, Speed: B, Range: D, Durability: D, Precision: E, Developmental Potential: C)
Margherita Morello - A 31-year-old Italian gang member who once dated a taxi driver. After murdering him and hiding it in a butcher shop with a help of a local butcher, she joined the mysterious figure to prove that the gangs are more superior than the Squad. Morello also gains “Blood Mode”, the ability that manipulates the blood around the human body and shapes it into a weapon. Morello can also sense other people too via their blood.
Stats: (Destructive Power: C, Speed: A, Range: B, Durability: D, Precision: E, Developmental Potential: B)
Reggie Bates - A 46-year-old cafe owner infamous for working with the Italians and murdering a police commissioner. Being given a chance by the mysterious figure, Reggie, always bloodthirsty and feared by others, accepts their deal and gains “Stone Mode”, the ability to cause earthquakes and harden his skin and bones into rock, but with the cost of mobility.
Stats: (Destructive Power: C, Speed: E, Range: D, Durability: A, Precision: E, Developmental Potential: D)
Marvin Ferrari - A 42-year-old security guard of the Italian gang who attempted to murder Diego Del Lobo. Wanting revenge at the Flying Squad for ruining the Italian gang, he joins with the mysterious figure and gains “Rain Mode”, the ability to create rainfalls everywhere he goes and use it as a hindrance to enemies or a refreshment to himself. He can also drain people of their bodily water and make destructive projectiles out of theirs or his.
Stats: (Destructive Power: B, Speed: B, Range: A, Durability: C, Precision: C, Developmental Potential: D)
Gianna Verdino - A 26-year-old Italian gang driver who was involved in the gang war. Angered that the Flying Squad dismantled the gang that she knew, she joined with the mysterious figure to get her revenge. She is also given “Lightning Mode”, the ability to move at dangerous speeds and create chain reactions with lightning strikes from her brain, speeding and slicing through material and flesh.
Stats: (Destructive Power: C, Speed: A, Range: C, Durability: D, Precision: D, Developmental Potential: B)
Adrienna Brassiere - A 30-year-old harlot and Irish gang member who murdered her own leader during the gang wars. Tired of being in prison, she was given a deal by the mysterious figure if she worked for them. Adrienna also gains “Vine Mode”, the ability to create vines out of her arms and control people with them. She also uses the chemicals from the vines to hypnotize them.
Stats: (Destructive Power: D, Speed: C, Range: B, Durability: A, Precision: D, Developmental Potential: B)
William Oland - A 57-year-old innkeeper and a murder consultant known as the “Devil” who worked with the Rochesters. Wanting to feel like the man he was before, he joins the mysterious figure’s group of cronies and gains “Dark Mode”, the ability that only works in the dark and make nightmares and past guilts and sins into real life, torturing and suffocating his victims. He is also unable to die if the offender were to kill him first with a bit of guilt.
Stats: (Destructive Power: ∅, Speed: C, Range: C, Durability: B, Precision: C, Developmental Potential: ∅)
Sylvia May - A 50-year-old nurse of Gryphon Sanctuary who secretly worked for Horatio Rochester and the wife of William Oland. Like her husband, she joined with the mysterious figure to make everything feel like the good times she had with him. Sylvia also gains “Drug Mode”, the ability to create a hallucination drug from her fingernails that puts her victims into a drug-infested state, leaving the “Devil” able to torture them.
Stats: (Destructive Power: E, Speed: E, Range: E, Durability: A, Precision: E, Developmental Potential: E)
Eleanor Halsted from Another Universe - A 47-year-old alternate counterpart of the original Halsted hailing from one of Filthy Acts At A Reasonable Price’s parallel universes and the final antagonist of Mysteries of the Past: A Bizarre Adventure. After Halsted betrayed the League and was presumably killed, a badly injured Dora Umbright had one last trick on her sleeve before her defeat in the hands of Maddie O'Malley and convinced and sent in another Eleanor who is like the original one, but way more violent and cunning and with a different Stand, THE WORLD: Holy Diver (THE WORLD：ホーリー・ダイバー). This Eleanor is also not a vampire like her base counterpart, but relies on her time manipulating Stand to rival both Maddie and Isaac, who both have Stands unlocked through the Super Spin. Holy Diver has the ability to delay movement and dilute gravity of objects, people, and other events for 5 seconds in a range of 10 meters, which later develops into a time stop that affects everything universe-wide. With that, THE WORLD Eleanor is able to use it as an advantage to put her enemies into inescapable traps such as throwing knives at them, creating a barrier of barbed wire in front of their faces, burning them alive with gasoline, shooting a volley of arrows at them or their horse, and delivering powerful attacks at them. Holy Diver also has telekinesis, a sharp bladed chain that grapples enemies, and intangibility shared through its user, which gives THE WORLD Eleanor an upper hand against enemies. Thanks to Umbright’s advice, THE WORLD Eleanor is able to know much of the Galileo Corpse Parts and Maddie’s Heritage for the Future, devising counterattacks and exploiting weaknesses of the opposing Stand and Maddie herself to throw her off course while ensuring to avoid the Stand herself.
THE WORLD: Holy Diver’s Stats: (Destructive Power: A, Speed: A, Range: C, Durability: A, Precision: B, Developmental Potential: B)
Xelan Gunn - A mysterious man with an unknown past due to amnesia. Despite this, he has very high intelligence of a near impossible level. He is uncertain of the world but has a liking of the technology Concordia and the rest of the world has. It was later revealed that he was one of the Mysterious Minds, The Selector, who selects a place for the Mysterious Minds to occupy for decades to centuries.
Rodriguez Chevra - A 35-year-old racer of the Great Concordian Race. He is Diego Del Lobo’s longtime rival who always gets on his nerves. Arrogant and vain for having a decade of experience, Rodriguez has little to no respect for his opponents and mocks them for their past failures, even taunting Diego for killing Charles Dupont. Unknown to others and himself, he has a Stand named 21st Century Schizoid Man, who gives a living organism he touches enhanced condition, making his horse able to run for several days without stopping and support his weight and others things that he has. After gaining the left eye of the Galileo Corpse Parts, Rodriguez now has the ability to control the amount of redstone, which he was a victim to, inside his bloodstream and infect others with it, increasing their physical condition, but making their vision kinetic, allowing them to avoid and counter fast attacks, but not slow attacks. Although he seems like an enemy to the team and works with other people, Chevra is only loyal to himself.
21st Century Schizoid Man’s Stats: (Destructive Power: E/B, Speed: A, Range: ∅/D, Durability: C/A, Precision: C/E, Developmental Potential: A/B)
Marla de Paradis - The 31-year-old cabaret owner and Issac’s fiancée and adoptive mother of Paris Baldwin and Colette. She is loving and supportive to many people of a positive light. Upon realizing that the Squad is participating in the Great Concordian Race, she shows worry for them including Issac and hopes they were alright.
Mayor Josef Brimsten - The 62-year-old current mayor of Concordia hailing from Germany succeeding the late Cornelius Castletown and Justin Lawson and recently Interim Mayor Highmore. Being strict and serious about his job, Josef trusts the Flying Squad and the police to bring justice to the city. Upon realizing that the Squad is participating the races, he wonders if the crime may rise into the city or not.
Grandma Capecchi - The 70-year-old grandmother of Giulietta Capecchi and mother of the late Vittorio Capecchi. Ashamed by her son’s harmful antics to Concordia, she encourages Giulietta to be not like her father and follow her own dreams.
Adelia Baldwin - The 25-year-old daughter of the late Commissioner Baldwin and single mother of Paris Baldwin. Having 2 years left on her sentence, Adelia hopes that she can see her son again and go to Paris, the City of the Stars.
Commissioner Rike - The 49-year-old current commissioner of the Concordian Police Department succeeding Talmadge Baldwin and Thaddeus Mulroney. Tired of the crimes of Concordia, Rike sets a training course to make his men fit and wary of their surroundings. Upon realizing that the Flying Squad and Ramirez are leaving Concordia, Commissioner Rike tries to ensure the safety of the people by sending out the best of his people.
Desolated Arby - A hermit hostile to others near his land. He angrily warns them that he will count to three if they do not leave. If they persist, he will summon Greatest Hits, a Stand that shoots out Arby’s words to intimidate them into leaving. He also has an interest on the Corpse Parts, seeing that they will give him power.
Greatest Hits’ Stats: (Destructive Power: D, Speed: B, Range: B, Durability: B, Precision: D, Developmental Potential: D)
Brandy - An 80-year-old Ripple Master physically in his late 40s responsible for giving Diego Del Lobo the Ripple. He lives very far and communicates with Diego via his consciousness whenever he sleeps. His name was first identified when he meets the Squad and is revealed to be part of a team of Ripple and Spin users. Brandy has to ability to manipulate any types of liquids such as water, oil, and blood using the Ripple. One of his skills, “Liquefying Pierce”, can transform a type of liquid into a pressurized projectile that goes through enemies, destroying them from the inside with the Ripple.
Fighting Rank: AA
Catastrophe Joan - A 41-year-old bounty hunter who intially despised Rose Zhao, but set away their differences to stop Vittorio Cappechi. Suspicious about the Squad’s participation in the race, Joan signed herself up to keep a good eye on them. She also has a Stand called Good, Bad, and Ugly, which makes her eyesight go through different directions and far distances, making her able to locate anyone or anyplace she finds.
Good, Bad, and Ugly’s Stats: (Destructive Power: ∅, Speed: A, Range: A, Durability: C, Precision: A, Developmental Potential: D)
Eileen O’Malley - Maddie’s 57-year-old mother. Although she unable to fully forgive Madeline for lying to her and deciding to marry on her own terms three years ago, Eileen sympathizes her and suggests she should marry another man. Upon hearing that she along with the Flying Squad is going across America, Eileen shows concern and wishes for her safety.
Bernadine Rochester - Arthur’s 40-year-old wife and aristocrat of the Rochesters. Being saddened of some of her family’s deaths and Horatio’s plan to rule Concordia, she looks at a better light when she has Arthur around, even marrying him after Lawson’s downfall. Upon realizing that Arthur is going across America with the Flying Squad, she shows concern for his well-being but hope that he comes back.
Rockley Rochester - The 43-year-old owner of Rochester Chocolates and founder of the Leopold Rochester foundation. Although he was the eccentric man he was in his younger days, he shows sadness and disappointment about his family being murdered and hated by many despite not being involved in their plans. When Viola and Arthur leave with the Squad to go across America, he along with Bernadine show concern for their safety.
Brenda Madonna - A priest from a church in Aurora, Colorado who helps the Flying Squad say their prayers to the deceased. In actuality, Brenda has a Stand called Ghost Girl’s Alley, who puts the person saying the prayer into a blue starlike purgatory and have them see the deceased person they want to see again. After conserving with the ghost, the praying person is sent back to the Church, having been forgiven the person they saw. However, if the person praying speaks ill to the ghost, several hands will appear and the person grabbed by them will be sent back suffering multiple seizures. If the person suffering this doesn’t forgive the deceased in time, they will expire.
Ghost Girl’s Alley’s Stats: (Destructive Power: ∅, Speed: ∅, Range: ∅, Durability: ∅, Precision: ∅, Developmental Potential: ∅)
Enzo Jonas - A 25-year-old newspaper boy and former resistance member against Justin Lawson three years ago. Having been seeing a new light, Enzo decides to play safe and takes up a job delivering newspapers around Concordia. Upon hearing that Giulietta and Mildred are leaving with the Squad, Enzo was excited to come but he has so much work to do, to his disappointment.
Nicolas Holloway - The 26-year-old twin brother of Evie and known architect of Concordia. Being worried for Evie when she leaves Concordia, he gives her a communication device able to transmit signals faraway to contact her at some times.
Beatrice and James Pemberton - The 77 and 78-year-old parents of Viola Pemberton who work at a pharmacy. They show suspicion about the Great Concordian Race when Viola decides to go across America and even sent her a letter to warn the Squad about the race.
Keira Bianca - A competitor of the Great Concordian Race. Although she has a sweet and polite personality, she actually uses it to take advantage of her opponents and is assumed to be a supernatural being from another world. Her Stand, The Lawson-Rochester-Halsted, has the ability to lobotimize the minds of others and add unnecessary junk into them, making their memories scrambled and for them to violently hallucinate. She can also disguise their true actions into fake ones, making Maddie, Issac, and Diego believe that they are doing training while they are being incapacitated by her. When her victims are sleeping, Keira can easily manipulate the dreamworld to toy with and kill them, but opposing Stand users can be as much trouble to her
The Lawson-Rochester-Halsted’s Stats: (Destructive Power: ∅, Speed: C, Range: C, Durability: B, Precision: D, Developmental Potential: B)
The Stand Giver - One of the seven mysterious minds. They give people Stands using a bow and arrow to test their will to gain a Stand. Some people say that they shoot on the rooftops of Concordia with unnatural accuracy. However, their prolonged presence can give others Stands too without harming them.
Forte - A Croatian competitor of the Great Concordian Race. Being prideful of his home country and willing to win the race, he would harm anyone that gets in his way if necessary. Forte’s Stand, Beat It, has the ability to teleport in positions he selects, using it as an advantage to appear unexpectedly near opponents and to disable other with surprise attacks. He can also teleport projectiles or other people away to places limited to his range.
Beat It’s Stats: (Destructive Power: C, Speed: C, Range: B, Durability: A, Precision: E, Developmental Potential: B)
Chamomile Littlewood - A woman in her 80s who is competing in the Great Concordian Race. Much like her descendant, Margaret Littlewood, she is tired of being downplayed as an old lady and is willing to become the winner of the race. Her Stand, Before You Go-Go, can detect the souls of people who are impure and sinful. Upon absorbing the soul, Chamomile becomes physically stronger and agile. If she absorbs 36 souls, Chamomile regains her youth and can projects beams of energy out of her body.
Before You Go-Go: (Destructive Power: E, Speed: B, Range: D, Durability: E, Precision: D, Developmental Potential: E)
Dr Vega - A wicked scientist responsible for infecting the whole Ohioan village with redstone, a material that is used to make machines function and seemingly increase the physical condition of organisms. After discovering what redstone can really do, Vega placed the whole village under his control, planning to put the entirety of America under his control. Vega is one of the few antagonists to lack a Stand or supernatural abilities, but he relies on redstone to fight and for other utilities.
Victor Frankenstein - An Italian-Swiss friend of Richard Wells who allegedly created a monster out of several human body parts. He is also fascinated about the Ripple and supernatural anomalies, even trying to bring back a random corpse using a lightning rod designed to attract lightning during rainstorms.
The Overseer - The leader of the 7 mysterious minds. Hence their name, they look over the Concordian Flying Squad and take the role as the narrator. They show indifference to the Earth, not wanting to attack it other than see something interesting, making their relationship with the Stand Giver strained as the latter wants to prove people’s worth of becoming a Stand User.
The Planner - One of the 7 mysterious minds. They use a blueprint that can draw out the technology or material that the Planner can use. They are very prideful of their work and are very intolerant of having it criticized by anyone.
The Guide - One of the 7 mysterious minds. They only seek out people who are lost and hopeless and give them advice. They can predict the future too, but can only give out hints to prevent them from changing it.
The Corpse Tracker - One of the 7 mysterious minds. They are responsible for looking out for the Galileo Corpse Parts and making sure that it is safe. They can also teleport to only where the Corpse Parts are located. They show annoyance to their job and often wishes to see the stars.
The Fate - One of the 7 mysterious minds. They suddenly appear during the race to prove that the competitor is either worthy of gaining fortune or misfortune. Using the Crimson Pathaway, the racer gets and gains either one of them for the rest of the race. They choose to select randomly as they hate making choices.
Abigail Baines - Justin Lawson’s 29-year-old (at death) fiancé who was murdered two days before their wedding over 2 years before the events of Mysteries of the Past. Upon being discovered by the late Fiona Flanagan that she was a former prostitute, she ordered both her goons to kill her out of fear of getting caught. As a ghost, Abigail is cursed to wander around the world filled with grief and anger of her untimely death. Upon encountering Umbright, Abigail is possibly promised with the chance of being restored to life, although it may be likely false. She later obtains a Stand, Ticket to Ride, via the Galileo Corpse Parts. Ticket to Ride gives Abigail a physical body, but it continuously weakens her due to the woman’s recent resurrection and it’s power. However, it is able to protect her from harm and help her give the outcome she wants, which would be later exploited by Umbright into sending misfortune into other parts of the world via Love Train.
Ticket to Ride’s Stats: (Destructive Power: E, Speed: E, Range: E, Durability: C, Precision: E, Developmental Potential: C)
Q’uaric din Balf - A member of the Ottoman Empire and competitor of the Great Concordian Race. Initially a mysterious man focused on winning the race, he is later revealed to be actually killing anyone in the race so he can get the Galileo Corpse Parts for himself. His Stand, chase, cannot attack anyone other than have any Stand attacks to miss din Balf and redirect the attack back to them, but only if he’s standing still.
chase’s Stats: (Destructive Power: ∅, Speed: C, Range: ∅, Durability: A, Precision: D, Developmental Potential: C)
Susie Nottingham - A 24-year-old prisoner and former waitress of the Concordian Compass who is the former lover of the late Charles Dupont and the daughter of a Luddite who she accidentally killed. Blaming the Squad for her misfortune and being willingly mind controlled by Umbright to kill them, Susie competes in the race setting up traps for them and sending the team to other enemies, leading to unnecessary situations. Realizing her wrongdoings and that they won’t bring Charlie or her father back, Susie returns back to Concordia to go back to prison.
50 Cents - A gang of 50 identical people hired by the mysterious figure to take care of the Flying Squad. They all share a Stand named Merrie Melodies, which can make the Cents to instantly disguise themselves, shoot infinite ammo from their revolvers, resurrect multiple times, manipulate their bodies, carry almost anything in their pockets, and fuse into a giant Cent.
Merrie Melodies’ Stats: (Destructive Power: ∅, Speed: E, Range: C, Durability: B, Precision: E, Developmental Potential: E)
Bart McMullen and Tony Fletcher - The 27-year-old and 31-year-old members of Fiona Flanagan’s gang who were infamous for killing Abigail Baines under Fiona’s orders. They were then caught and given 10 years in jail. According to Diego, it was known that during Lawson’s rule, Bart became mentally insane from Tony’s torture, with the latter being in a coma for months and losing much of his memories in the process from the extensive beating of the Justice Corps.
Scotch - An 36-year-old Ripple user who is a part of a group of Ripple and Spin users. He has the ability to make electricity combining deadly Ripple techniques with his chain and roses. One of his most deadly attacks, “Lighting Diamond Splitter”, is said to have destroyed many of his enemies who barely, if not never survived his attack. However, his attacks would become futile when he finally confronts Eleanor, who manages to freeze his body and shatter him into pieces.
Fighting Rank: A
Ale - An 27-year-old Ripple User who is a part of a group of Ripple and Spin users. He has the ability to emit flames out of his Ripple-infused body and control it into a unpredictable degree. One of his abilities, “Wildfire Red Overdrive”, can instantly burn enemies into a crisp and create smoke and light that blocks human senses.
Fighting Rank: B
Cider - An 31-year-old Spin User who is a part of a group of Ripple and Spin users. Using his Bladed Steel Ball, Cider can create tornado-like projectiles that can slice through anything and everything. One of his techniques, “Fleeing Desert”, can blow enemies away from his sight while the Bladed Steel Ball immediately attacks them on sight.
Fighting Rank: C
Gin - An 34-year-old Spin User who is a part of a group of Ripple and Spin users and formerly worked with Q'uaric din Balf. Gin can freeze his enemies and construct objects out of ice using his Negative Steel Ball, which literally does negative things. One of his powers, “Ice, Ice, Baby”, can remove the oxygen and pressure of the environment, leaving only him unharmed. Gin would later die at the hands of Halsted’s tricks when his counterpart from another universe merged with him, destroying the two.
Fighting Rank: A
The Magic Merchant - A neutral merchant who claims to be from a magical dimension where it has technology more advanced than modern day. He sells magical potions, spells, and tools to make enough money to pay for his bimonthly rent. He is usually seen teleporting to random places after being money for his magic.
The “Galileo” Alien - A deceased alien of an unknown species said to have died a millennium prior to the events of Mysteries of the Past. Its corpse was split into pieces from the impact of the fall into Earth after being thrown away into the depths of space by its own kind post-mortem.
The Great Concordian Race
The Great Concordian Race is a race across America, starting from Concordia, Massachusetts to San Diego, California. They each have nine stages that the racers have to travel through. Any harm inflicted on others during the race is not a concern, but committing crimes outside the race such as looting and murder may lead to an instant disqualification from the race.
Nothing is known about who started the race, but it was said that a figure planned the whole thing as an insane and twisted thought that is crazy enough to drive people into madness.
The champion is to receive 50 million dollars. Other prizes: 2nd place 1 million USD; 3rd place 500,000 USD; 4th place 250,000 USD; 5th place 120,000; special prizes up to 10th place such as the checkpoint award are available.
Competitors are willing to use their horses, camels, chariots, automobiles, and sometimes their legs to traverse through the race, whether it is dangerous for them or not.
What is bizarre about the Great Concordian Race is the inclusion of Stands, Ripple, and Spin. People with natural powers are very rare and it is possible that anything like a supernatural corpse and gem could give these people powers.
Stands have existed even before humanity had them, but they mostly appeared as powers for their users to use for good or evil. The Stand Giver was one of the causes for the increase of Stand Users across the globe as its Bow and Arrow is known to awaken Stands if the destined user has enough spirtual energy. Its prolonged appearance around its preferred area can create an invisible mist that can lead to the person gaining a Stand.
Sometimes, Stands wouldn’t be properly awakened and require a catalyst to speed its process. The Galileo Corpse Parts and Crimson Pathaway are one of these examples as they create a Stand based on the user’s personality and/or give them a new ability if the user is lucky to survive the rough conditions.
Ripple and Spin has coexisted with Stands, but as natural powers with the purpose of ridding opposing and inhumane forces like zombies and vampires all over the Earth. Ripple is based on the sunlight itself and is known for being both positive and negative for and against others the users inflict. To use the Ripple, the user must slowly breathe and has the blood circulating around their body. If one were to stop any movement of the blood and cut off any attempts of breathing, the user may be powerless against their attacks. The Ripple can also conduct objects and organisms and potentially unlock elemental abilities if the user were trained well enough. Only one in a thousand can use the Ripple and best suited for ones who had faced hardships in their lives.
Spin is rotational energy that is commonly found in Naples, Italy, where special people like noble families use it commonly for surgery and executions. It can be used for both offense and defense and it never stops for an infinite amount of time. Different types of Steel Balls can be used to channel the power of the spin and give it more destructive properties. To enhance the Spin, one must approach the Golden Rectangle, a rectangle with a proportion equal to the golden ratio (approximately 16:9) that when recursively divided into a square and another golden rectangle, traces the path of the Golden Spiral; a self-similar and thus endless spiral. Used as a scale, the Golden Rectangle allows the creation of a perfect rotation and thus an infinite amount of energy. The Super Spin surpasses all types of Spin energy as it can generate infinite amounts of energy and break through the passages of time and space, but for it to be achieved, one must use something like a horse for it to run with the Golden Rectangle, which can result in miraculous properties that no one can describe.
Elemental Modes are always awakened by the Accursed Gem, which holds unimaginable power and is said if one were to use it again, they would be transformed into the “Ultimate Being”. However, this requires the Accursed Gem being placed on a special Stone Mask (one with a depression for the stone) and exposure to UV rays with it on. Users of Elemental Modes use their powers from their human body such as the lungs, stomach, liver, and even their genitalia. However, this makes these users vulnerable to the Ripple itself. The Accursed Gem also can’t give Stand, Spin, and/or Ripple Users a Elemental Mode as they already had powers.
Vampires are created from the Stone Mask, which requires blood for the user to transform. With the blood, the Stone Mask can extend tendrils inside the mask to stab points of the brain, transforming the user into a vampire. Vampires are rid of the limitations of humans and are stronger, faster, can jump higher, have enhanced senses, and heal from any injury inflicted on them, although heavy amounts of damage may cripple and kill them. Vampires can also manipulate their bodies in some way and transform into dark animals such as bats. Their eyes can be useful in two ways: hypnotizing people into doing their bidding and emitting two beams of high pressure fluid powerful enough to cut through stone. To replenish their health, vampires either use their fingers or fangs to drain the blood of human beings. They can also create zombies and more vampires (if they’ve developed enough) with their own blood. As they emit a negative aura around their bodies, vampires are weak to natural sunlight and the Ripple itself, which acts as the Sun’s energy, but some of them may develop the ability to become immune to it, although still harmed by Ripple users. Vampires may develop their own abilities such as freezing people and wielding Stands, adapting to their weaknesses.
Zombies are lesser forms of vampires as they are mindless and brutally attack people indiscriminately. They are immune to sunlight, but they can be killed by the Ripple or if their brains are destroyed. While their attacks and powers are not as creative or tactical as to other enhanced people, zombies exhibit enhanced strength and speed and movements unpredictable enough to be dangerous. In terms of behavior, some zombies have corrupted versions of their personality and/or rely on consuming the human body to satisfy their hunger.
Episode 1 - Let the Races Begin!
Episode 2 - Jumping the Gunn
Episode 3 - The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly
Episode 5 - A Truth to Show
Episode 6 - “Ice Mode” Dorothy McBain and “Smoke Mode” Edward Whimple
Episode 7 - The Warriors of Three!
Episode 8 - A Call Faraway
Episode 9 - “Sand Mode” Westwood and “Rain Mode” Ferrari
Episode 10 - Full Sight on Umbright
Episode 11 - Draw Out Your Guns
Episode 12 - An Unsurprising Reveal
Episode 13 - “Blood Mode” Margherita Morello
Episode 14 - “Vine Mode” Adrienna Brassiere and “Metal Mode” Kev O’Connell
Episode 15 - Phantoms of the Night
Episode 16 - Quadruple Threat
Episode 17 - Soul Meeting
Episode 18 - The Devil and the Nurse
Episode 19 - Fire and Ice: Maddie O'Malley vs Eleanor Halsted
Episode 20 - A Rochester’s Comeback
Episode 21 - The Race Continues!
Episode 22 - There Once Was A Terrorist From Italy
Episode 23 - Horatio Rochester: The Ultimate Being
Episode 24 - Filthy Acts At A Reasonable Price
Episode 25 - Eleanor's WORLD
Episode 26 - Welcome and Goodbye to Concordia
- Mysteries of the Past: A Bizarre Adventure contains multiple references to Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure, a manga franchise.
- This is the first ever Criminal Case movie to be released.