Part 5: Vento Aureo
Polnareff later returns during the events of Vento Aureo as an anonymous ally who joins Giorno Giovana's group to help uncover and defeat the mafia boss, Diavolo. He arranges for their meeting at the colliseum in Rome, and with the party's arrival, Giorno and the gang are intercepted by two of Diavolo's henchmen, Cioccolata and Secco. During the onslaught, Polnareff encounters Doppio, not knowing the boy was secretly Diavolo. He is then taken by surprise and tries to keep the Stand arrow away from Diavolo, however, using his Stand power Diavolo mortally injures Polnareff, but not before he uses the arrow on his own Stand. As his body dies, it leaves Silver Chariot Requiem on a rampage through the city until it is stopped by Diavolo. After the mafia boss is finally brought down at the hands of Giorno's Gold Experience Requiem, Polnareff, although his body is no more, lives the remainder of his life as a spirit inside Coco Jumbo. It is claimed that the turtle's Stand is strong enough to safeguard even spirits, allowing them to linger once more.
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