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I call this ability Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap to grant me safe passage into the Digital World and back here in a cinch.
Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap
Expy
Japanese Name ダーティー・ディーズ・ダン・ダート・チープ
English Name D4C

Abhorrent Acts At Absolute Costs

User Edgar Velasquez
Namesake Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap (an album and song by AC/DC)
Stats
Destructive Power A
Speed A
Range D
Durability C
Precision A
Developmental Potential A

Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap (いともたやすく行われるえげつない行為(ダーティー・ディーズ・ダン・ダート・チープ) Dātī Dīzu Dan Dāto Chīpu) is the Stand of CIA Agent and businessman, Edgar Velasquez.

Appearance & Personality Edit

This version of D4C is the same as the one featured in Steel Ball Run, although its shoulders rest fur-matted pauldrons following a stitched-up pattern across the surface.

D4C has no definite personality. It was the result of Edgar's undying motivation to find his long lost sister whom he separate after a devastating typhoon that struck their homeland and as a firm believer of the many-worlds theory, the Stand embodies that belief into reality.

Abilities Edit

  • Dimension Hop:
    • Dimensional Redirection:
    • Historical Manifestation:
  • Supernatural Strength: D4C is an absolute tank when it comes to raw strength, having the fortitude to strike down other Stands excelling in the same manner of raw physical strength as he is with little difficulty through direct confrontation, and smacking weaker Stands with no effort should his master wasn't succumb to any of their abilities. During separate instances, a single clean hand chop of D4C can easily cut off a person's arm or one quick punch is more than enough to burst open a noticeable hole on tough materials such as concrete and titanium.
  • Supernatural Speed:

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