The Stand resembles a humanoid in a dark, tribal bodysuit with a mask and four eyes. It has two turbine-like constructions mounted on the sides of its head. Long spikes sprout from the top of its head.
Its size is roughly equal to one-third that of the average plastic water bottle.
Green, Green Grass of Home is deep blue with silvery metalic body parts in the colored manga.
Green, Green Grass of Home automatically protects its user, the Green Baby, through its esoteric power. Although it is small by nature, if a perceived enemy approaches the Baby enough, it will eventually tower over them, making any inherent difference irrelevant.
Green, Green Grass of Home is rather cunning and is shown to exploit its power and the environment to its advantage in order to kill its enemies.
Green, Green Grass of Home causes everything around the Green Baby to shrink the closer they are from it.Beginning at an undisclosed distance from the Green Baby, anything, be they objects or people, is reduced in size proportionally to their proximity to the Baby. If someone halves the distance their size is halved as well. As such, it's impossible to actually reach the Baby. If someone moves away from the baby, they will grow back appropriately.
Should a person get close enough to the vanishing point, at a point close to the child, Green, Green Grass of Home will manifest itself and attack them. Although it can force its victim onto the Green Baby, supposedly attempting to wipe the person from existence as they vanish into an infinitely small size, it can eventually resort to killing target through more conventional means, such as using its towering size compared to the shrunken victim to crush them.
- This Stand's abilities are based on Zeno's paradoxes.
- The manga mentions that Green, Green Grass of Home has no known name, but it is later given one in the JOJOVELLER artbook.
- ↑ SO Chapter 86, Awaken (2)
- ↑ 2.0 2.1 SO Chapter 87, Awaken (3)
- ↑ 3.0 3.1 SO Chapter 88, Awaken (4)
- ↑ SO Chapter 89, Awaken (5)
- ↑ JOJOVELLER: STANDS - Comments by Hirohiko Araki