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Species Human
Size Normal
Accuracy 6
Agility TS2:4
Stamina TS2:6
Fire Proof 5
Shock Proof 5
Default AI 3
Native TimeZone 2019
First Appearance TS2 Story Mode
Relations None
Games TS2, TSFP
TS1 Gesture N/A TSFP Gesture Goes into ninja stance and says "Ablawasaninja!"
TS2 Gallery The coolest CyberJock in the Tek Quarter, Ghost can hack an AI CORE in milliseconds. When he declined Sadako's offer to join her gang she planned a bitter revenge. Now he is framed for a crime he did not commit and the Neo Tokyo police are on his trail. TSFP Gallery Still a cyberjock, still hacking the matrix, still unsure exactly of what that means.
Ghost fights Krayola on a moving train.


After Ghost rejected an offer to join their gang, Sadako and her group of hackers framed Ghost for a crime he did not commit. Now the NeoTokyo police and Riot Officers are on his tail. Ghost attempts to capture Krayola on a moving train, and manages to defeat her and Milkbaby but is then knocked out by Sadako. Ghost then attempts to follow Krayola to their hideout and gather evidence to clear his name.


  • TS2 was released in October of 2002. In May of 2003 a hacker named Ghost appeared in the video game Enter the Matrix, as well as the movies The Matrix: Reloaded and The Matrix: Revolutions.
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