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  1. Black Sabbath (ブラック・サバス, Burakku Sabasu) is the Stand of Polpo, featured in Vento Aureo. Black Sabbath appears as a large humanoid with a Venetian carnival mask-styledW head, bound in a dark laced cloak and Venetian hat. Its body is riddled with small cables giving the impression of stitches.

  2. 27 de jan. de 2024 · Black Sabbath is an automated Stand that follows simple and direct preset commands. As such, it is characterized by its long-range strength, lack of damage transfer (to an extent that Polpo was unaware that Giorno Giovanna beat Black Sabbath), and straightforward way of attacking.

  3. Black Sabbath (ブラック・サバス, Burakku Sabasu) é o Stand de Polpo, apresentado na quinta parte de JoJo's Bizarre Adventure, Vento Aureo. Capaz apenas de existir nas sombras, ele tem a habilidade de puxar a alma de um indivíduo de seu corpo e perfurá-lo com a Flecha de Stand contida em sua boca.

  4. Black Sabbath (ブラック・サバス Burakku Sabasu) é o Stand de Polpo, apresentado em Vento Aureo. O Black Sabbath aparece como um grande humanoide com uma cabeça em estilo de máscara de carnaval Veneziana, envolto em uma capa escura e chapéu Veneziano.

  5. 15 de fev. de 2024 · Main article: Black Sabbath. Polpo's Black Sabbath is a long-range automated Stand that can travel in an object's shadows and forcibly drag out people's souls or their Stand by grabbing their shadow.

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  6. Polpo's Black Sabbath is a long-range automated Stand that can travel in an object's shadows. Polpo mainly uses his Stand in testing new recruits who are worthy of joining Passione as Stand Users by injecting them with an Arrow .

  7. Black Sabbath were an English rock band formed in Birmingham in 1968 by guitarist Tony Iommi, drummer Bill Ward, bassist Geezer Butler and vocalist Ozzy Osbourne. They are often cited as pioneers of heavy metal music. The band helped define the genre with their first three albums Black Sabbath, Paranoid (both 1970) and Master of Reality (1971).