Being a Lieutenant, he is second in command of the Task Force 141 and is seen wearing dark red sunglasses and a skull patterned balaclava. He is in various missions on Call Of Duty Modern Warfare 2, and during the mission "Loose Ends" he along with Gary "Roach" Sanderson get betrayed by Sheperd who after shooting them, orders other soldiers to throw their bodies in a ditch and covered in gasoline, then Sherperd lights a Cigar and throws it on them leaving you to assume they both die.
Simon "Ghost" Riley's quotes-
"Roach, hang in there!"
"Bloody hell those trucks are bulletproofed!"
"It's gonna get bloody."
Gamer1: Ghost wast the shit!
Gamer2: Sucks he had to die!
Gamer1: Time to get revenge on Sheperd!!!
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Call of Duty: Modern Warfare has confirmed the return of a fan-favorite character. A brief teaser hints at the return of Lt. Simon "Ghost" Riley, scheduled to drop on February 11, when Season 2 is likely to begin.
The teaser on Twitter shows someone logging into view encrypted files from Captain Price, ending with a brief view of Ghost's reflection in the laptop screen. The files themselves may hint at what to expect on the release date, as it teases "updated weapons system/ordinance" and "new team operators" for support. All of this is said to be happening at the location "Grid X-Ray Delta Yankee 4."
Aside from those clues, the teaser doesn't give any more details. We can probably expect Ghost to join as a multiplayer character, or a new Spec Ops mission featuring the character.
The inclusion of Ghost doesn't come as much surprise. He's been one of the most popular Call of Duty characters since his debut in 2009's Modern Warfare 2, and Infinity Ward has been hinting at a return. Modern Warfare 2019 was something of a soft reboot, reintroducing characters like Captain Price in a new, updated context. We will have to see how Infinity Ward updates the enigmatic Ghost, if at all.
This Modern Warfare is also being treated as a live game, with regular updates adding new battle pass rewards, maps, playlists, and other features. The latest update added Shipment as the 24/7 map, and tweaked several weapons.
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Modern Warfare 2: Ghost
Modern Warfare 2: Ghost is a six-part comic bookmini-series. The series ties-in with the 2009 video gameCall of Duty: Modern Warfare 2. The first issue of the series debuted on November 11, 2009, and the second issue followed in December.
Modern Warfare 2: Ghost was announced by Community Manager Robert Bowling via Twitter on August 17, 2009. The comic was published by Storm Productions and written by David Lapham, with art by Kevin West and Federico Dallocchio, who drew the covers of each issue.
Modern Warfare 2: Ghost relates to the history of Ghost, an important character in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2. The comic series is set before Ghost became a member of Task Force 141, with events from both before and leading into the game, focusing on the origins of the character, his skull-like mask, and why he calls himself Ghost.
Episode 1: Dead for a Day
The first installment begins to tell the story of how Ghost came to use his skull-branded balaclava. The narrative begins in a school in Lysychansk, Ukraine, and shows Ghost being held captive by a group of masked men. He then begins to tell about an old friend of his, Lieutenant Simon Riley. Riley is recruited from his unit, the legendary 22nd Regiment of the Special Air Service, to join a task force made up of DEVGRU and Delta Force operators. The task force is assigned to eliminate Roba, a Mexican drug lord working with anti-Western terrorists. However, things start to unravel during the mission when a team member is killed after his parachute fails to open during a jump. Riley suspects that there's a traitor among them. His hunch turns out to be correct when one of his comrades turns his gun on the team and reveals that Roba is aware of their presence. Riley manages to fight his way out of trouble only to be shot by Roba himself, leaving the action at a cliffhanger.
Episode 2: Dead Life
Lt. Riley and the surviving members of his team are captured by Roba's cartel. During their captivity, they endure continuous torture and advanced brainwashing techniques as Roba intends to use them for his own interests. Throughout this ordeal, the reader sees flashbacks of Riley's early life, from his childhood and how he had to endure an abusive fiend of a father, to his early years in the SAS and how he — after coming back from his first tour of duty in Afghanistan in January 2003 — takes care of his abused mother and helps clean up his drug-addicted younger brother, Tommy. In March 2004, he finally puts an end to his father's abuse and kicks him out of the house. By June 2006, Riley is seen as the best man at Tommy's wedding. During these flashbacks, many of Riley's adversaries are seen wearing "ghostly" makeup (presumably a hallucination of Riley's) of similar style to that worn by participants celebrating the Day of the Dead. Eventually, two USSOCOM operators, Sparks and Washington, manage to escape after learning that the cartel plans to kill them for resisting the brainwashing. Riley is left behind, and Roba punishes him for the escape by having him dragged outside, thrown into a coffin that has been dug up, and then buried alive with the decaying corpse of a deceased soldier, Major Vernon.
Episode 3: Dead Will Follow
Back at the school, Ghost continues to tell Lt. Riley's story until he interrupts himself when he eyes one of the terrorists taking a good look at one of the young female victims also being held hostage and how upset and uncomfortable she's becoming. He shouts at him and catches him off-guard, making a comment that he basically knows what he's thinking of doing to her ("Prom's not for month's yet!" etc.), before continuing his story.
After being buried alive in the previous issue, Lt. Riley is now in a coffin with Major Vernon's corpse and wondering what he's going to do. It is only by using the major's lower jaw bone as a trowel that Riley is able to dig himself up from the grave, which takes him thirteen hours. After a quick rest, he makes for the border, and within days, is struck down by dehydration and delirium. He has vague memories of people helping him, but by the time he makes it across the border, about a month later, he has badly infected cuts, sores and wounds, is badly dehydrated, and has become delirious. He collapses in the sand and just lays there to die. He is later found by a Texassheriff who takes him to a hospital. The story then jumps to December 18, 2010 (four months and a few weeks later); Riley is being debriefed about his experience to his superiors. Physically, Riley is fine, but his superiors fear that his mental state is still in question. Riley starts being plagued by nightmares of Roba taunting him. After one of his nightmares, he and his mother have a small talk, and he learns a few things about his father that are both disturbing but meaningful to the plot as well.
While spending Christmas with his family, Riley gets a surprise visit from Sparks. The two men have a beer together at a local pub, where they rehash old times and their experience during their time in Mexico. Sparks tells Riley that he and Washington will soon deploy to Afghanistan. He then notices woman with a nice body that he likes – and wants - as the conversation goes on. While walking back home, Sparks approaches the young woman and tries to sweet talk her into bed, but the young woman is not impressed. Sparks angrily knocks the woman unconscious and orders Riley to help him get her inside her house so that they can rape her. Riley secretly calls the police and they arrive just before any harm can be done to the woman, forcing Riley and Sparks to flee. Once they both arrive at Sparks' hotel room, Sparks starts having a panic attack and collapses on the bed and asks Riley to get his pills for him. Riley suspects that Sparks is up to something and when he finally pieces together the clues, Sparks points a gun at Riley's head. Riley immediately disarms Sparks and interrogates him. At first, Spark just says he "Wants to go back", but then finally reveals that he and Washington were allowed to "escape"; in truth, they've been brainwashed by Roba for months. Before Riley can get any more information, Washington arrives from an undisclosed task, exclaiming "Sparks! You won'tbelievewhat I---" and gets cut off when he sees Riley, panics, and attempts to gun him down. Riley escapes by jumping through a window, slightly injuring his leg, and steals a cab to drive away. Remembering what Roba said about his family, and what would happen if he screwed up: ("You were told what would happen..." "This is your Mother's Skull..." "This is your Brother's Skull...") Riley speeds home and witnesses a shocking display. His mother, Tommy, sister-in-law Beth, and his nephew Joseph, have all been brutally murdered by Washington. Riley vows that he will kill them all: Sparks, Washington, Roba, and his entire clan.
Episode 4: Dead Won't Leave
Haunted by the murder of his loved ones, Riley swears to hunt down the man responsible.
Episode 5: Dead Won't Rise
As Ghost begins to finish his story, the leader of the terrorists suddenly barges in fully armed and says the soldiers outside are taking positions and to get ready for a fight. Ghost looks at him and continues his story as though nothing is wrong. Riley is shown sneaking into a military base, where he kills Washington in his sleep and kidnaps Sparks, taking him back to his house and showing him his family's remains. Sparks begs for mercy, but Riley isn't listening. He binds, gags, and beats Sparks, then murders him and burns the house down to destroy the body. He makes sure to leave his dog tags behind so it seems he was the one who died. The base goes on alert the next morning when Washington's body is found, and the base commander checks the previous night's surveillance tapes. In Mexico, two retired military men are enjoying themselves on vacation when they are both ambushed and killed. Riley learns about the ambush and decides to hunt down the killers. He finds one of them, and takes him to a remote location to be tortured for information. He learns that Roba is trying to cover up any evidence of his crimes, giving him the perfect opportunity for revenge.
Episode 6: Dead and Gone
Riley locates the manor where Roba is hiding after a long trek through the jungle. Roba is captured after a firefight and tells Riley that, when his parents died in a crossfire, the terrorist within him saw that "a few people are nothing among a billion". Riley then finishes him off, escaping Roba's burning mansion while killing the rest of his guards. Back at the elementary school, the terrorists holding Ghost and the students hostage decide to act, but Ghost, having freed himself while using the story as a distraction, pins them down while backup arrives. A girl then asks if Ghost and Riley are the same man and if the story he told is true. Ghost then answers that his story is "true enough to that lot". The series ends with a flashback to Riley walking away from Roba's burning mansion. He is suddenly approached by a high-ranking military officer with a "Task Force 141" badge, leaving the impression that this is the moment when Ghost is born.
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English (by Kevin Sparks)
Mate (by John "Soap" MacTavish)
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2
Second in Command of Task Force 141
Hotel Six Team Member
Grocery Store Apprentice Butcher (formerly)
Shadow Company Member (in Call of Duty: Online only)
United Anti-Terrorism Coalition Member (in Call of Duty: Mobile only)
Horseback riding (Mobile comics)
Complete his objectives under General Shepherd.
Take down Vladimir Makarov (failed, succeeded posthumously by his allies).
Mrs. Riley (mother, deceased)
Tommy Riley (older brother, deceased)
Beth Riley (sister-in-law, deceased)
Joseph Riley (nephew, deceased)
Type of Hero
Tragic Military Soldier
|“||Let's do this!||„|
|~ Simon "Ghost" Riley.|
|“||Another keeper: Ghost. Can't get over the name though. What the hell kind of name is Ghost?||„|
|~ Soap on Ghost, referencing Captain Price's line from Call of Duty 4.|
Lieutenant Simon "Ghost" Riley was a British special forces operator in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 and the Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 graphic novel comic series Modern Warfare 2: Ghost. He is the second-in-command of Task Force 141, and is seen wearing dark red sunglasses and a skull-patterned balaclava along with headphones with a mic.
He was voiced by Craig Fairbrass, who also voiced Gaz in Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare, Wallcroft in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3, and Tee in Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare. In Find Makarov, he was portrayed by Cameron Rufelds, and in Find Makarov: Operation Kingfish, he was portrayed by Kegan Wilson. In Call of Duty: Mobile, he is voiced by Jeff Leach, who voiced the character's 2019 reboot iteration.
Simon Riley was born in Manchester, England to unnamed parents and a older brother named Tommy, who would often scare him when he slept. While working as an apprentice butcher, Simon saw the 9/11 attacks and joined the British military, and later became a member of the Special Air Service. He returned home in 2003, and refused to return to the military until he fixed his family, as his father was cheating on his mother, and Tommy began a drug addict. Simon managed to help Tommy break from his drug addiction, and made him marry a woman named Beth, as he kicked his father out of their home.
Modern Warfare 2: Ghost #1
The first mission depicted in the series has a captured Special Ops soldier wearing a skull-patterned balaclava in a classroom filled with children of a Ukrainian school that has been taken over by terrorists (who threaten to kill one child each hour if their demands are not met). The soldier passes the time by telling a story of his friend, Simon "Ghost" Riley on a mission in Mexico. The SAS loaned "Ghost" to USSOCOM to bust a heroin cartel that has recently begun smuggling terrorists into the U.S. This mission takes place on the Mexican holiday, "Day of the Dead", when Riley and the others wear skull face-paint and skeleton costumes to blend in with the celebrating crowd at the party that the leader of the Heroin Cartel is throwing.
Modern Warfare 2: Ghost #2
During Modern Warfare 2: Ghost #2 it is revealed that Ghost and his team are captured by the Mexican cartel, and during their captivity they endure continuous torture and brainwashing techniques in order to be used as hired guns for various criminal and terrorist groups. Throughout this ordeal the reader sees flashbacks of Riley's early life, from his childhood and how he had to endure an abusive fiend of a father.
To his early years in the SAS and how he, after coming back from his first tour of duty in Afghanistan on January 2003, takes care of his abused mother and helps clean up his drug-addicted younger brother named Tommy. In June 2006, Riley is seen as best man at his brother Tommy's wedding, who is now completely free of drugs. During these flashbacks, many of Riley's adversaries are by seen wearing "ghostly" makeup (presumably a hallucination of Riley) of similar style to that worn by participants in the Day of the Dead celebration.
Eventually, the USSOCOM members Sparks and Washington are able to escape, having learned that the Mexican cartel plan to kill them due to the fact they can not break them down, but are forced to leave Riley behind. Moments later, Riley is buried alive with the decaying corpse of Major Vernon.
Modern Warfare 2: Ghost #3
At the start of Modern Warfare 2: Ghost #3, Riley digs himself out of the grave by using Vernon's lower jaw bone, which took him thirteen hours, and later found by a Texas sheriff. The story then jumps to December 18, 2010, Riley is being debriefed about his experience to his superiors. Physically Riley is fine, but his superiors fear that his mental state is still in question. Riley has nightmares every time he sleeps, with Roba haunting and taunting him. While spending Christmas with his family, Riley gets a surprise visit from Sparks.
While having a beer together at a local pub, Sparks and Riley rehash old times and their experience during those hellish months in Mexico. Sparks tells Riley that he and Washington are getting ready to deploy to Afghanistan. As they are walking back home Sparks approaches a young woman he previously saw at the pub and tries to sweet talk her into bed, the young woman is not impressed. Angrily, Sparks knocks the woman out, and orders Riley to help him get her inside her house so that they can rape her.
Riley secretly calls the police, and they arrive just before any harm could be done to the woman, forcing Riley and Sparks to retreat. Once they both arrive at Sparks' hotel room, Riley suspects that Sparks is up to something, and by the time he finally pieces the clues together, Sparks points a gun at Riley's head. Riley immediately disarms Sparks, and interrogates him. Sparks reveals that he and Washington have been working for Roba, showing that they had been successfully brainwashed, but before Riley could get any more information Washington arrives from a task and attempts to gun down Riley.
Riley escapes by jumping through Sparks' hotel window, slightly injuring his leg, and steals a cab to make his getaway. Remembering what Roba said about his family, Riley speeds towards his family's home and witnesses a shocking display. His mother; Tommy, Tommy's wife, Beth; and his nephew Joseph have all been executed, no doubt by Washington himself. In the end, Riley claims that he will kill them all: Sparks, Washington, Roba and his entire organization.
Ghost worked alongside Sandman, John Price, and "Soap" MacTavish on Operation Kingfish in 2013. This would have to mean that Price and Soap had met between the events of "Game Over" and "The Gulag".
Task Force 141
Lt. Simon "Ghost" Riley is first seen in the level Takedown talking to Cpt. John "Soap" MacTavish via radio while they search for Alejandro Rojas's assistant. After John "Soap" MacTavish and Sgt. Gary "Roach" Sanderson begin pursuing the assistant, Ghost meets up with them at the Hotel Rio and joins the chase. Once the assistant is taken down by Roach, he is seen with MacTavish preparing to interrogate him. Ghost is then heard via radio for the rest of the mission as he attempts to pursue Rojas through the Favela. After the capture of Rojas, Ghost is heard requesting extraction from Command but to no avail. Ghost appears in the mission "The Hornet's Nest" with Task Force 141. He manages to escape with Captain MacTavish and Roach aboard Nikolai's helicopter.
Infiltration of the Russian Oil Rig and rescuing Prisoner 627
He then takes part in the infiltration of the Russian oil rig, which is being used as a makeshift SAM (Surface-to-Air-Missile) site in "The Only Easy Day...Was Yesterday" to rescue hostages. After clearing the oil rig, Ghost takes part in the operation to rescue Prisoner 627 from |a Russian gulag. He takes control of the gulag's security systems and guides Soap and Roach to the prisoner.
Infiltration of a Russian submarine base
Ghost also appears in the level Contingency, where he helps Captain Price infiltrate a Russian submarine base along with other Task Force 141 members. However, he is shocked when Price launches an ICBM at Washington D.C. where the Russian-American war rages on. Ghost contacted command of Code Black, the statement that a threat of a nuclear weapon has been launched and must be disposed of immediately. It is possible that he retracted this though after he learned of Price's intention.
The Search for Vladimir Makarov and Death
|~ Ghost to Shepherd before his death.|
Ghost's final appearance is in the level "Loose Ends" where he leads a strike-team to search for Vladimir Makarov at his safehouse on the Georgian-Russian border. However, Makarov is nowhere to be found but the safehouse is loaded ("a bloody gold mine" as Ghost said) with intel. Ghost along with Roach, Ozone and Scarecrow with sniper support from Archer and Toad, protect the DSM while it downloads information regarding Makarov's operations. As the team head to the LZ set up by Shepherd, Ozone and Scarecrow are killed by enemy mortars and Roach is injured. Ghost manages to get Roach to the LZ but Roach and Ghost is betrayed by Shepherd who fatally shoots Roach and Ghost in the head/chest at point-blank range with a .44 Magnum before he could use his ACR. Ghost's body is then thrown into a ditch and set on fire along with Roach's.
Call of Duty: Heroes
In Call of Duty: Heroes, Ghost became a playable character in an update where he can purchased with a thousand Celerium.
Call of Duty: Mobile
Ghost appears as a playable operative in Call of Duty: Mobile, and as a supporting character in the Mobile comics. He is a a member of the United Ant-Terrorism Coalition, a group was founded by Captain Price, and they act as a countermeasure to the Five Knights.
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare (2019)
|“||There he is... Simon Riley.|
There is no picture.
|~ John Price and Kate Laswell discussing Ghost's file.|
|“||Price, there's something wrong in Verdansk. They are targeting their own. We need to find out why. Send fighters I can trust.||„|
|~ Ghost to Price in the Season Two DLC intro.|
- Main article: Simon "Ghost" Riley (2019)
In the 2019 reboot of the Modern Warfare series, Ghost is mentioned at the end of the campaign by Captain Price. Price tells Kate Laswell that he's creating of team called Task Force 141, and Simon Riley is part of his recruitment, alongside Kyle "Gaz" Garrick and Johan "Soap" MacTavish. In addition, Laswell notes there's no picture for him, and Price simply replies "never."
He appears as a playable character for the Armistice and the Coalition for Modern Warfare's season two DLC. It's also assumed the character will appear in the sequel, and will be aiding Captain Price on missions.
He is voiced by Jeff Leach.
Ghost in the Modern Warfare: Ghost comics.
Ghost in the comics, without his mask.
Ghost in the comics, having eliminated Manuel Roba.
Ghost with Price, Soap and Sandman in the photo of them on Operation Kingfish.
Ghost in the live-action fan-made "Find Makarov: Operation Kingfish".
Ghost seeing Shepherd kill Roach.
Ghost's death by the hands of Shepherd.
Ghost wielding an ACR in the museum.
Ghost in Call of Duty: Online.
Ghost in the Call of Duty: Ghosts multiplayer.
Ghost in Call of Duty: Heroes.
Ghost in Call of Duty: Mobile.
Classic Ghost skin in the 2019 videogame, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare.
Ghost in Modern Warfare 2 Campaign Remastered.
Ghost in the Modern Warfare 2 Campaign Remastered menu.
Ghost and Soap preparing to interrogate Rojas' Assistant (remastered).
Ghost telling Shepherd that they got the DSM, moments before the general kills Roach (remastered).
"No!" Ghost enraged at Roach's death, moments before being killed by Shepherd (remastered).
Ghosts' death by Shepherd (remastered).
Ghost with Soap, Price and U.S. Army Rangers in the game's ending photo (remastered).
Ghost in the Call of Duty: Mobile comics.
- He is the announcer of multiplayer (for TF 141), and most of the Spec Ops missions.
- According to two Army Rangers in "S.S.D.D.", Ghost has the second highest score in the pit.
- In Call of Duty: Ghosts, the Walker family's dog Riley, is a reference to Ghost.
- Possibly, the title of Ghosts is a reference to the character due to his popularity.
- Another reference is the use of Ghost mask, as they have skull patterns on them as well.
- Additionally, Ghost's model can be used as a multiplayer skin, and will cause the player's character to become mute.
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