Gold Experience - A golden stand capable of changing inorganic objects into living organisms. In the beginning of Part 5, Giorno frequently produces small life forms (frogs, snakes, flies) and plants which he apparently has control over. If one of these animals is attacked, the attacker will suffer the damage, rather than the animal. Soon after, it was discovered that Gold Experience's ability can be applied to live individuals, causing their thought process to greatly accelerate. This was employed in battles to cause enemies to lose temporal coordination of their bodies (the body cannot catch up with the thought process). Later on, Giorno developed (or discovered) Gold Experience's ability to produce organic components of the body (e.g. transforming bullets stuck in someone's body into the very blood vessels and organs they destroyed) - evidently, these transformations are permanent. Giorno discovers this new ability while fighting after having his throat and foot "cubed" off by Baby Face's ability. Giorno subsequently took up the healer role of the party. Unlike Josuke, Giorno can also heal himself.
Gold Experience Requiem - A new Stand that is created by piercing Gold Experience's body with the Stand Arrow. Gold Experience Requiem's ability is to turn anything, including his opponent's attack and willpower, back to the state of "zero". Hence, it is near invincible, as all "supposed" actions created by an opponent would have been reset (back to point zero). If the opponent is killed by the Stand's attack, then they will also continuously experience death, as they will die but repeatedly return to point "zero". It is mentioned by Giorno himself that he is unsure of the exact workings and limits of Requiem's powers. Requiem also appears to have a consciousness of its own that is unknown to Giorno. This makes Gold Experience Requiem the most powerful defensive stand in the series as any action to harm Giorno would have the effect removed.
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