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"Earlier, I saw nobility and resolve that was hardened like a diamond, shining in your eyes. But you've fallen. Now you're just a piece of shit."

— Bruno Bucciarati

Sticky Fingers (スティッキィ・フィンガーズ Sutikkyi Fingāzu) is the Stand of Bruno Bucciarati, featured in Vento Aureo.

Sticky Fingers is a humanoid Stand of a height and build similar to Bucciarati's.

Its face is hidden apart from the mouth by a helmet-like covering adorned with a mohawk-like row of short spikes. Its body is covered in a dark body suit, with the chest and stomach exposed, and has pieces of padded armor over the shoulders, arms and wrists, knees and feet.

Zippers varying in size hang from the base of its neck and abdomen, the back of its hands, and the top of its feet.

It has an arrow that can appear, but its arrow cannot be traded.

Abilities:

[Click] Basic Attack

Above average damage punches at an above average rate.

[Q] Ari Ari (Level 1, 14.5 second recharge, Cost 15 Stamina)

Sticky Fingers attacks his enemies with his signature Ari Ari Rush, stunning them for its duration and dealing high damage with every punch.

[E] Zipper Punch (Level 10, 10.5 second recharge, Cost 20 Stamina)

Sticky Fingers launches its arm using a zipper that hits a single enemy at a moderate distance.

[R] Arm Detachment (Level 25, 14 second recharge, Cost 30 Stamina)

Sticky Fingers launches a ranged attack that will remove the arms of an enemy. The arm removal is only cosmetic. This move acts no differently from Zipper Punch, and does the same damage. This move can reveal a D4C user in their dimension and makes their arms permanently visible.

[F] Zipper Glide (Level 50, 13.5 second recharge, Cost 40 Stamina)

Sticky Fingers allows the user to glide infinitely on a zipper until the F key is no longer pressed down. Is faster than constantly dashing, but slower than flying with other stands like Made in Heaven. It is controlled with the cursor, unlike MIH and Weather Report flying which is controlled with the camera.

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