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So I was rewatching this episode and had a thought: how would he know that?

So I was rewatching this episode and had a thought: how would he know that?

So I was rewatching this episode and had a thought: how would he know that?

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  1. It’s because since his stand is bound to an object he assumes it’ll still keep going even when he dies which is true. Anubis is bounded to a sword thus it lived on long after the user died

  2. Super Fly is both a bound and automatic Stand, meaning that non-Stand users can also see it because it is tied to a physical object, and has a set action that it does regardless of who comes into contact with it, Stand user or not. Super Fly >!traps a person inside of it until someone else enters!< as its action, which Toyohiro has observed from whatever fights or encounters he’s had off-screen.

    I’m assuming you’ve seen part 3, so it’s similar to >!Anubis but this Stand doesn’t have a sentient personality!<

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    TLDR; there are rules and Stand types and Toyohiro can intuit or observe which ones apply

  3. He probably feels that the Stand isn’t bound to him personally. If you had a Stand that was bound to an object instead of you, wouldn’t you know it? So he can guess that if he dies, nothing will happen.

  4. I assume stand users just already know their abilities or at least a general idea of what their stand is capable of.

  5. It’s like when someone says “my Stand has no weaknesses!” or “nobody can (do something the user thinks is impossible)!”

    They don’t know for sure, they’re just making a statement that is based on their observations and beliefs.