The original scene comes from chapter 64 of the manga, released on March 28th, , which was during the events of Part 2, Battle Tendency . In the scene, the Nazis are guarding the site of sleeping Pillar Men, the Part's antagonists, and are trying to subdue them. One of them, named Wamuu, awakens from his slumber, kills the Nazis, and after uttering the quote, awakens the rest of Pillar Men, his superiors, Esidisi and Kars . For the longest time, the scene has been popular within the JoJo's Bizarre Adventure community, the earliest known archived mentions of it existing on February 21, . On January 11th, , the scene gained even more popularity due to episode 14 of Part 2 anime adaptation  , where it was featured. The theme that was playing during the awakening scene, named "Awake"  , became associated with the Pillar Men and the quote ever since. As of August , the Tumblr post managed to get over 5,60 notes,  with its Youtube upload shown below, left having received over , views. On June 5th, , Youtuber kanashiipanda uploaded an animation to Youtube based on My Little Pony: Equestria Girls combined with the awakening scene shown below, right , which managed to receive nearly 2. View All Videos.
The Pillar Men are from a race of ancient, humanoid, super-human beings. These beings are now nearly extinct, but used to live hundreds of thousand of years ago in the American continent. They are highly intelligent, extremely strong, and able to manipulate their bodies to a very fine degree; however, they are vulnerable to the rays of the Sun and to the Ripple. Their physiology is very different from humans, though outwardly they appear very similar. The only visible feature that can differentiate them from humans is the horns on their forehead. An individual being can possess one or several small horns; for them, displaying their horns is a sign of honor. Moreover, these beings are inherently powerful, have athletic physiques exclusively, and have long life spans. Their near immortality causes them to produce only very few children, as there is little need, and sleep for millennia instead of hours, staying awake for comparable periods.
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