Like other Pillar Men, Esidisi can freely manipulate his body structure. When his body was destroyed, he was able to alter his brain and nervous system to continue thriving as a parasitic organism that can possess a human body. The cells that constitute Esidisi's body release a potent digestive acid that melts anything organic on physical contact while making it appear Esidisi is absorbing his victim into his body. Esidisi displayed this ability through grafting Loggins' hand as a replacement for his severed limb.
Using Flame ModeEsidisi is able to raise his body temperature in order to heat his blood up to degrees Celsius, then hurl it out melting anything the blood touches. After entering his Flame ModeEsidisi extends his blood vessels out of his body and makes them into long, prehensile needles with which he injects his boiling blood into enemies. After creating several holes in his back, Esidisi makes a huge spinning jump, while extending his blood vessels out of the newly created holes, similar to a hedgehog's spines.
He then attacks using his blood vessels to surround his enemies, giving them little room to escape. Manga Appearances. Chapters in order of appearance.
Anime Appearances. Episodes in order of appearance. Episode JoJo vs. If you anger your enemy and get inside of his head, you can create an opening and attack! That is what you are trying to do correct?
I shall not fall for it When they use energy for exercise or to fight illness, their body temperature increases to some extent That's the temperature at which wood and paper will burn! I am "Esidisi of the flame"! My mode controls heat!
I'll stab these veins into your face and send my boiling blood into your body, turning your face into a simmering stew! Eat this! Erratic Blazing King Mode! Your next line is "I'll wipe that smile off your face! I'll light you on fire like candles on a birthday cake!
Let me hear you scream! Let me hear that dry, guttural howl of despair, JoJooo!!! Heat Control Mode. ON GROUND By spending his Heart Heat Gauge, Esidisi can activate Heat Control Mode in order to not only increase the overall damage and hit number of his moves, but exclusive to him, make all attacks involving his veins and blood set the opponent on fire and take gradual damage. This mode lasts until the HHG empties, but can be extended through dealing or taking damage, as well as ended at any time in conservation.
Intro - AC/DC - Let There Be Rock (DVD) Blaze King Mode. This mode is on a set timer, and will end when the stock is used up. Outta the way! All of Esidisi's abilities can be performed instantly following this move.
Special Moves. This move is marked with a star. Comboable through Puttsun Cancel. To hell with you! While Heat Control or Erratic Blaze King Mode is active, the attack is capable of also hitting an opponent standing right in front of him.
The move is marked with a star. Simmer like a stew! Esidisi pumps his opponent full of his boiling-hot blood, causing them to explode. Erratic Blaze King - Wheel of Pain. Intro - AC/DC - Let There Be Rock (DVD) attack's position and direction changes depending on the attack button inputted. If Medium is inputted, it becomes a middle attack that can only be blocked if the opponent is not crouching.
I can read you like a book! If it connects, the opponent is stunned and pulled toward him, leaving them open to attack. Intro - AC/DC - Let There Be Rock (DVD) like lava. Range is increased depending on button input.
I can't take it anymore! How's this?! Think fast! If the kick connects, it will hit the opponent in the abdomen, making them go limp. Using the other leg, Esidisi sends the opponent off in a roudhouse-style jump kick.
The HHA replenishes a small amount of Esidisi's health on success, having drained the opponent's blood during the initial kick. Doing so however, will drop his HHG to zero. Burned to a crisp! While the move was never followed through in the source, the game shows it Intro - AC/DC - Let There Be Rock (DVD) full; Esidisi sends out most of his veins, and if they hit the opponent, the veins will enter their body before he violently pumps them with boiling-hot blood.
The opponent is incinerated from the inside-out as an explosion occurs. He has one 'Fighting Spirit' type 5 star statue. Esidisi's moveset in both game modes is comprised of various attacks inspired by the anime using his heat abilities and body manipulation.
As a pillar man, Esidisi constantly regenerates health, but has a weakness to attacks from ripple users. Playing as him will force any outdoor stages to take place at night. Esidisi's basic attack string is a combination of up to five various attacks comprising of different kicks and hand strikes.
In Tactical Battle, this is cut down to only three hits. Esidisi attacks opponents using a high kick. Esidisi flips into the air and drops down on opponents, landing a strike with his heel. Esidisi strikes the surrounding area using veins shot from his body, hurting anyone caught in it near him. Opponents who are hit by this will burn temporarily, taking constant damage while the effect lasts.
In Tactical Battle, this hits all opponents present on the stage. Esidisi unleashes his horn, using it to strike at his opponent. Esidisi jumps at his opponents using his Erratic Blaze King's Giant Cartwheel Prisonwhich will trap any Intro - AC/DC - Let There Be Rock (DVD) caught by in the attack in his veins. Heat Mode ver. Erases panels in a cross shape. Skill Lv 1 of Erased Groups: 2 Cooldown: Skill Lv 2 of Erased Groups: 3 Cooldown: Skill Lv 3 of Erased Groups: 3 Cooldown: Skill Lv 4 of Erased Groups: 4 Cooldown: Skill Lv 5 of Erased Groups: 4 Cooldown: Resurrected Pillar Man ver.
Trace panels within a square range. After a certain period of time, the traced panels will be replaced with intensified panels. The maximum number of replaced panels depends on skill level. Skill Lv 1 of Replaced Panels: 8 Cooldown: Skill Lv 2 of Replaced Panels: 11 Cooldown: Skill Lv 3 of Replaced Panels: 11 Cooldown: The song combines bagpipes with hard rock instrumentation; in the middle section of the song there is a call and response between the bagpipes and guitar. A slightly shortened version of the song is also the first track on the internationally released High Voltage May This version appears only on the vinyl release and the CD reissue.
The full version of the song is also on the Volts CD of the Bonfire box set, released in This was a signature song for Bon Scott. The song chronicles the hardships endured by a rock band on tour, such as being robbedassaultedstoned and cheated by a greedy agent.
While jamming on new songs in the studio, co-producer George Young the older brother of Angus and Malcolm recalled that Bon Scott had once been in a pipe band and encouraged the band to experiment with incorporating bagpipes into the song.
Playing the song live, however, was made difficult by the fact that the whole band would have to tune to the drone pipe. Thus the song, though iconic of the band's early repertoire, was probably played live no more than 30 times  The last occasion was infollowing an incident where Scott set down the pipe-set at the corner of a stage during a concert at St Albans High School in St Albans, VictoriaAustralia and they were destroyed by fans.
It featured the band and the members of the Rats of Tobruk Pipe band on the back of a flatbed truck travelling on Swanston Street in Melbourne. The video was directed by Paul Drane. Two other videos for the song exist. One version, filmed the same day as the truck version, features the group miming the song on a stage in Melbourne's City Square in front of an audience.
This version is available in the Backtracks box set. A third version features the group simply miming the song on a soundstage, making it appear as if it were being played live This version is considered rare and as of has not been officially released on any DVD compilations; it can be found on YouTube.
The song was also used in the comedy movie School of Rock during the ending credits sequence when Jack Black 's character, Dewey Finn, is giving his kids an "after-school lesson" on rock. It was also performed by Black and the kids during the band contest. This song was also featured in the movie Only the Brave during one of the many firefighting scenes. Inthis song was ranked no. The episode details the history of Australian cricket and its rise to dominance. ITV used the song for the closing montage to their coverage of the Tour de France.
A clip of the song's intro is often used by the Golf Channel before commercial breaks. The song was used to accompany the promotional video for the Australian Open Tennis Tournament. Marvel Studios. Hawkeye Ms. Marvel Television. Agents of S. Helstrom " Mother's Little Helpers ".
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