|Japanese Name||レッド・ガーランド (Reddo Gaarando)|
|Namesake||William "Red" Garland (jazz musician)|
|User (Default Name)||赤塚 (Akatsuka)|
"Clothed in red armor, this warrior Stand uses its fists as a weapon. Its punches can knock people silly, incapacitating them temporarily. Its incredible offensive power is offset by disappointingly low accuracy… However, in terms of sheer strength, few Stands can match it." (In-Game Description)
"Taciturn, intimidating, and unshakeable. You take a methodical approach to problems, never rush things, and seldom show cracks in your calm veneer. You appreciate the simple things in life and have a lot of self-control, but you're a loner by nature as you feel most at peace when on your own." (Personality Evaluation)
In addition to these base stats, the Stand itself gives a bonus of Power +2, Durability +1, and Speed +1.
With a base Power stat of 245 at level 50, this Stand is the strongest out of any party member's, surpassing even Star Platinum's 232. To balance this, Red Garland has comparatively low accuracy, speed, and defense, as well as much fewer (M) and (L) attacks to balance out its moveset. This makes its usefulness very situational.
The recommended Tactics for Red Garland is "Fight Normally". Red Garland's low Durability means that the boost to Attack isn't worth the debuffs.
Red Garland's normal attack is physical, short-range, has a low hit rate, and has a 15% chance of inflicting Berserk, Confuse, or Fear.
|Name||SP cost||Level learned||Effect|
|Cardiac Massage||5||1||Revives an ally from K.O.|
|Stone Toss||1||1||Inflicts physical damage on one enemy.|
|Bombardment||6||1||Attacks 1 enemy with a barrage of punches / (S) +BlowBack|
|Red Garland||10||3||Damages one enemy with a spirit-shattering punch (S) / +Berserk, Fear|
|Mach Rush||12||6||Inflicts severe damage on one enemy with a barrage of punches (S) / + BlowBack|
|Red Garland 2||15||8||Inflicts severe damage on one enemy with a spirit-shattering punch (S) / +Berserk, Confuse|
|Desperation Attack||3||9||Strong attack on all enemies that has a low success rate (S)|
|Red Garland 3||26||15||Inflict super-severe damage on one enemy with spirit-shattering punches (S) / +Berserk, Fear, Sleep, CantFind|
|Crusher Volley||22||19||Tosses stones to inflict severe physical damage + Dizzy one one enemy|
|Berserk Rush||24||20||Cripplingly damages one enemy with punches (S) / + BlowBack|
|Rush Attack||10||30||Damages one enemy by surprise (M) / + Fear|
|Push It To The Limit||100||45||Buffs all stats, restores HP, and cures status effects|
|Red Garland Requiem||150||50||Damages one enemy + SP & stats down / chance to inflict all possible status effects|
|Double Lariat||30||*||Severe damage on all enemies (S) / + Dizzy, BlowBack|
(Double Lariat is learned in Singapore if you join Jotaro in the battle against Rubber Soul and succeed in defeating him in the cable car.)
|Ready, Set, Overkill||Polnareff|
- During Joseph and Polnareff's endings, which take place 10 years after the events of the game, if the Playable Character has Red Garland as a stand, they will become a freelance reporter. During the after credits scene in Joseph's ending, the Playable Character, Jotaro and Joseph will be discussing how to find the serial killer plaguing Morioh, while in Polnareff's post credit scene, Polnareff and the Playable Character witness a young policeman being bought out by a criminal (it is implied the policeman is Leone Abbachio). In addition, the Playable Character will mention having moved to Morioh years ago in Joseph's ending while in Polnareff's they are merely on vacation..