History Characters / FridayThe13th

13th Oct '17 8:06:43 PM SilverSupernova
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** Ted White, his actor in ''The Final Chapter'', was reluctant in the role, only picking it for the extra scratch. He didn't want to get friendly with the other actors and actresses because that might affect their performances, but during the filming of one scene, specifically when Samantha is in the nude on the raft about to die, the actress was so cold she got hypothermia. Ted White is the one who got them to stop filming for a second in order to get her out of the cold, and threatened to quit over it. When they finally relented, rumor has it the guy personally wrapped a blanket around her. This coming from the actor who was supposed to stab her from the water.

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** Ted White, his actor in ''The Final Chapter'', was reluctant in the role, only picking it for the extra scratch. He didn't want to get friendly with the other actors and actresses because that might affect their performances, but during the filming of one scene, specifically when Samantha is in the nude on the raft about to die, the actress was so cold she got hypothermia. Ted White is the one who got them to stop filming for a second in order to get her out of the cold, and threatened to quit over it. When they finally relented, rumor has it the guy personally wrapped a blanket around her. This coming from the actor who was supposed to stab her from the water. Though he allegedly hated Corey Feldman (and used this as motivation for some of his more intimidating scenes).
13th Oct '17 8:01:52 PM SilverSupernova
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** Jason has never laid a finger on any of the animals around the camp. In fact, killing them is one of his {{BerserkButton}}s.

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** Jason has never laid a finger on any of the animals around the camp.camp (except for food or survival). In fact, killing them is one of his {{BerserkButton}}s.
13th Oct '17 8:00:25 PM SilverSupernova
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** Anything that brings out memories of his childhood, such as someone impersonating his mother, a young Tommy Jarvis shaving his head to match Jason's younger appearance, or Freddy Kreuger forcing him to relive his childhood drowning memories, will at the very least stun him or cause him to pause, leaving him vulnerable briefly. Of course, in many cases, if others don't make this opportunity count it turns into a pretty nasty BerserkButton instead.
3rd Oct '17 1:13:48 PM Njein
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** Also ''fear'' of water, which Freddy exploits to nearly kill him. Granted this is buried ''extremely'' deep in his psyche and Freddy could only weaponize it because the fight was in Jason's mind. Outside of that his main thoughts about water involve "Good place to hide" and "Great for drowning people."
** His [[EvenBadMenLoveTheirMamas devotion to his mother]]. Ginny used this to her advantage to distract and wound him with a machete in ''Part 2'', and Freddy did the same to trick him into going to Springwood in ''vs. Jason''.

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** Also ''fear'' of water, which Freddy exploits [[FlawExploitation exploits]] to nearly kill him. Granted this is buried ''extremely'' deep in his psyche and Freddy could only weaponize it because the fight was in Jason's mind. Outside of that that, his main thoughts about water involve "Good place to hide" and "Great for drowning people."
** His [[EvenBadMenLoveTheirMamas extreme devotion to his mother]]. Ginny used this to her advantage to distract and wound him with a machete in ''Part 2'', and Freddy did the same to trick him into going to Springwood in ''vs. Jason''.



* SignificantBirthDate: It was the June 13th ,1946. Which was a Friday the 13th.

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* SignificantBirthDate: It was the June 13th ,1946.13th, 1946. Which was a Friday the 13th.
23rd Sep '17 4:02:39 AM cernex
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* {{Retcon}}: ''Part V'' ended with him completely losing his mind and seemingly becoming another Jason [[JackTheRipoff ripoff]]. ''Part VI'' ignores this completely.

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* {{Retcon}}: ''Part V'' ended with him completely losing his mind and seemingly becoming another Jason [[JackTheRipoff ripoff]]. ''Part VI'' ignores this completely.somewhat, ditching the Jason angle but making his SanitySlippage a plot point.
23rd Sep '17 3:59:12 AM cernex
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** It's never officially revealed how he survived his childhood drowning, though ''Jason Lives'' and ''Jason Takes Manhattan'' go with the idea that he did indeed drown as a child and came BackFromTheDead.

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** It's never officially revealed how he survived his childhood drowning, though ''Jason Lives'' and ''Jason Takes Manhattan'' go with the idea that he did indeed drown as a child and came BackFromTheDead. ''Friday the 13th The Game'' instead says he didn't drown, just that Pamela thought he did and the police could never find his body.
3rd Sep '17 1:09:30 AM TBNY
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* ContinuitySnarl: ''Freddy vs. Jason'' reveals that he's terrified of water, a fear that Freddy exploits to nearly kill him, seemingly forgetting that Jason has been shown freely wading into and emerging from water in the previous films, and has even used water to his advantage in order to drown his victims.

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* ContinuitySnarl: ''Freddy vs. Jason'' reveals that he's terrified of water, a fear that Freddy exploits to nearly kill him, seemingly forgetting that Jason has been shown freely wading into and emerging from water in the previous films, and has even used water to his advantage in order to drown his victims. Likewise with ''Part III'', the flashback that shows Jason attacking Chris has him looking more along the lines of Savini's interpretation of the character from the first movie rather than what he had looked like in the previous movie. This is most likely chalked up as another instance of EarlyInstallmentWeirdness as they were still figuring out Jason's character.
29th Aug '17 9:41:04 PM Nintendoman01
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* VictoryByEndurance: In ''Jason Takes Manhattan'', he faces off against Julius, a boxer, in GoodOldFisticuffs. He never even throws a punch, and stands there [[StoneWall soaking up hits]] until Julius wears himself out, after which Jason [[OffWithHisHead punches his head clean off]].
17th Aug '17 5:44:50 PM DarkGidora
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* DramaticUnmask: Always to reveal a deformed or rotting face, which is never consistent movie to movie.



* ScarsAreForever: Had his other eye missing for a long time after his resurrection, as originally he died when Tommy Jarvis lodged a machete into his skull, destroying it in the process. This also applies to the axe-wound in his head from ''Part III''.

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* ScarsAreForever: Had his other eye missing for a long time after his resurrection, as originally he died when Tommy Jarvis lodged a machete into his skull, destroying it in the process. This also applies to the axe-wound in his head from ''Part III''.III'' (He's often shown retaining the axe gouge in the Hockey Mask as well, even when he's gone through multiple ones).



* TwoFaced: He sports this look in ''Part VII''. It was the result of getting mauled by a boat motor in ''Part VI'' and spending time rotting underwater.
11th Jun '17 6:46:51 AM Morgenthaler
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* YouCantKillWhatsAlreadyDead: While already pretty tough as a human, he becomes almost unstoppable after he's resurrected as a zombie.
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