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GhostWolfGames (aka GhostWolf) is a Let's Player with a modest subscriber base. He typically plays multiplayer video games with his friends, with a good chunk of his videos lasting at least one hour. His friend group mainly consists of EscoNitz, Critical Hat, and SpeshelPandaz.

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  • Action Survivor: Has become a very experienced one in Friday the 13th.
  • Amusing Injuries: In Friday the 13th, regardless of where a counselor is hit, they will always hold their arm when they're seriously injured. Ghost finds this quite funny.
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  • Ascended Fanboy: His fans becomes this when they play with him in Friday the 13th.
  • Audience Participation:
    • His Pokemon White Wedlocke had him requesting Pokemon nicknames from his chat and friends.
    • He plays many Friday the 13th rounds with his fans, who he prefers over randoms.
  • Awesome by Analysis: His Friday the 13th Let's Play frequently shows off his knowledge of the game and his on-point predictions of his opponents' movements.
  • Badass Crew: After spending dozens of hours into Friday the 13th, he and his friends/fans can count as this. They've gotten so much experience in the game that they can consider killing Jason as a viable option to win the round. Keep in mind that killing a Jason that doesn't want to die is actually considered to be extremely tough to normal players. Despite this, GhostWolf and his friends can still kill onJason an occasional basis.
    • Most notable crew members are his main friend group and also the regulars, that being Beryllium Mask, critical j, Crusadeofwar, Dawnstar Eos, DukeGamingRavin, Ghostpilot, iwan100011, loopylaw04, Mitch149, Quinn FTW, ~Skyhawk~, and many others.
  • Bad Impressionists: Whenever he tries mimicking someone, he lampshades how bad he is at it.
  • Bear Trap: Regularly places down bear traps for Jason to step in. Unless he's Jason, in which it's for the counselors. For the record, his traps usually help out when he or others need it.
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  • Berserk Button: In Friday the 13th, he abhors those who don't lock doors, but sometimes he must do so himself.
  • Big Damn Heroes: Pulls off a downplayed version whenever he attacks a Jason who has grabbed a counselor.
  • Bond One-Liner: Tries doing these whenever he's Jason and doesn't always succeed.
  • Boom, Headshot!: Occasionally is giving or receiving these whenever he's a counselor. That is, until the developers stopped allowing that kind of friendly fire.
  • Born Unlucky: Claims to have some shitty luck, especially in Friday the 13th.
  • Casual Danger Dialog: Has plenty of this during Friday the 13th. Helps that Jason has long since stopped being scary.
  • Catchphrase: Variations of "Aw, I feel sorry for _____," come up often in his Let's Plays.
  • Cavalry Betrayal: Sometimes is on the giving or receiving end of this whenever a car runs over another counselor. It's almost never intentional, but usually funny.
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  • Chekhov's Gun: Sometimes he'll place a trap down as a counselor and it'll help out an ally later by trapping Jason. This can happen even when Ghost is already dead.
  • Deadpan Snarker: Especially so when he's frustrated with a game.
    GhostWolf: Okay, so this game is just kinda exploding now...
  • Determinator: He typically sticks to his own moral code, no matter what. He also regularly challenges himself on games.
  • Everyone Has Standards: He hates it when people exploit a game's bugs to win.
  • Fanservice: Hates it whenever video games overly sexualize female characters.
  • Hello, [Insert Name Here]:
    • In video games, he usually calls his character "Ghost".
    • In his Nuzlocke runs, he nicknames his Pokemon by a certain theme. For example, he may name all his pokemon after mythological characters, like in his Pokemon White Wedlocke.
  • Heroic Sacrifice: Sometimes does this for other counselors in Friday the 13th. Its 200th episode shows him as Tommy getting killed by a car he tried to save.
    GhostWolf: Go! Gogogogogogogo! Ow.
  • Jack-of-All-Trades: In Friday the 13th, he eventually starts favoring the counselor named Kenny because of Kenny's perfectly balanced stats.
  • Let's Play: His YouTube channel specializes in theses.
  • Made of Iron: His counselor becomes this trope whenever Ghost equips the Thick Skin perk.
  • Major Injury Underreaction: See Heroic Sacrifice above.
  • No Good Deed Goes Unpunished: Sometimes dies in Friday the 13th because he helped others.
  • Oh, Crap!: He gets this reaction whenever EscoNitz is Jason in Friday the 13th.
  • Self-Imposed Challenge: Sometimes does these, whether its to test his own skills or to make his Let's Play more interesting. Notable examples include his Nuzlocke Let's Plays.
  • Tempting Fate: Sometimes, when he wants to make his videos more interesting he'll start playing things risky. One good example is in Friday the 13th's 200th episode where he teases Jason rather than hiding for the rest of the round. What's worse, he actually dies when there's only 6 seconds left in the round. He could've lived if he kept hiding.
  • Vitriolic Best Buds: He shares this relationship with EscoNitz, mostly because of the latter's innate luckiness and how Ghost envies that. One good example is their Pokemon X and Y SoulLocke, where they were constantly envious of each other's Pokemon.
    EscoNitz: I swear to God if you get the dragon-type from this route I'm stabbing you.


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