fixed your joseph, now he can be the main character again
Young joseph get a time machine.
I always assumed that he intentionally gave up Hamon as to not outlive Suzie Q and his daughter.
Was ripple something anyone could learn? Or did you need to have a natural talent for it/get it given to you like stands?
Seems like otherwise basically anyone could go and at least learn the basics of it.
Zeppeli was a pretty normal individual and had to train decades in Tibet along with many other people to learn it. Just because Jonathan and Joseph were naturals doesn't mean it you can't learn it if you're willing to put yourself through training.
Then you just need to train not decades. Learning the basis of breathing took Jonathan a day, so non-naturals probably need a bit more time + constant practice to not lose it like Joseph.
>>if he didn't give up on the ripple
It's really a matter of quality of life. You could work hard to live longer, but if you spend all of that extra lifespan training then you are not really doing what you enjoy with the extra time you gain.
It's why sometimes old people rather keep smoking and dying than to quit and deal with the withdrawals for the short time they had left.
I'm sure it'd take a fair bit longer than Joseph and Jonathan, certainly, its just a little odd that ripple's mostly only known to weird monk dudes in tibet if it can make a fifty year old look like, twenty seven.
Speedwagon didn't have the aptitude of using Hamon breathing 24/7 like Jonathan does. Zeppeli just says Speed won't be able to learn it because he wouldn't be able to stay focused enough for training.
>then why don't you jog you fat piece of shit
He might be rude, but he basically is right.
Most people want to live longer, but NOT willing to actually spend any time to make it happen. Instead, people pay money buying whatever elixir or pills that could allegedly make them healthier, because it takes no time. To spend time now, to get more time later, is something most humans struggle with.
>when you like a character more than its own author does
>when the character means so much to you but he'll never, ever get even one more single moment to shine
Breathing is healthier than jogging
>implying that it wasn't a guise he put up to fool his wife and have his own globe trotting adventures
>implying he hasn't still got it
r-right guys, he'll come back in next part of the manga, r-right?
>Oldseph suddenly becomes his younger, witty self again
>decides to act like a proper dad to Josuke
What does he do, /a/?