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Johnny "Soap" MacTavish
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Sergeant John "Soap" MacTavish , sometimes referred to as Johnny is a mentioned character in the 2019 video game Call of Duty: Modern Warfare , a reboot of the Modern Warfare sub-series, and a playable operator in the 2020 battle royale Call of Duty: Warzone . He and returns in the 2022 sequel Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II as one of the main protagonists and a playable character and a playable operator in Call of Duty: Warzone 2.0 and Call of Duty: Warzone Mobile .
An SAS sergeant known as the youngest candidate to pass their selection at sixteen years old, Soap is recruited into Task Force 141 by Captain Price to stop terroristic threats. Soap is mentioned at the end of the Modern Warfare campaign and later heard within a Call of Duty: Warzone season six outro cinematic.
In 2022, Soap continues his service in 141 under the commands of Lt. Simon "Ghost" Riley to stop Quds Force officer Hassan Zyani to stop him from releasing American ballistic missiles against the west. However, Soap, Ghost and Los Vaqueros were betrayed by Shadow Company and General Shepherd. Due to Shepherd and the Shadow Company's betrayal, Soap, his teammates and Vaqueros also fought against Shadow Company for their betrayal. Later on, Soap and the Task Force 141 manages to stop Hassan and destroyed the last missile.
In 2023, 141 learns of Vladimir Makarov 's escape, and go across the globe to stop his plan on causing worldwide destruction. During an mission in England to eliminate the Ultranationalist leader, Soap was killed by Makarov, and his death was mourned by his teammates when they vowed to find Makarov and kill him to avenge his death.
He is voiced by Neil Ellice.
- 1.1 Background
- 1.2 Military Career
- 1.3 Encountering Makarov
- 1.4 Call of Duty: Modern Warfare
- 1.5 Verdansk
- 1.6 Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II
- 1.7 Call of Duty: Modern Warfare III
- 5 Navigation
Biography [ ]
Background [ ].
Johnny MacTavish was born in Scotland, but his place of birth and birth date is currently unknown. Not much is known about his youth, but he was an avid football fan, and was a goalkeeper for his own team. When he was around sixteen years old, Johnny's cousin invited him to see what the Special Air Service was like since they were in the army's 23rd reserve regiment. MacTavish became inspired to join the SAS upon his first visit, and started to visit every weekend.
Military Career [ ]
Despite being too young to join the military, Johnny attempted to lie about his age to enroll into the Special Air Service, but was stopped every time until he reached the age of eighteen. As a result, he became the SAS's youngest candidate to pass their selection, and was given the nickname "Soap" for his his speed in room clearance and tactics in urban warfare. During his service, MacTavish became skilled in demolitions, and was recognized as a highly decorated officer.
Encountering Makarov [ ]
In April of 2019, Soap joined Captain Price and Ghost in dealing with a terrorist attack in Verdansk's national arena, which was started by the Inner Circle's leader Vladimir Makarov. The team succeeded in apprehending the terrorist leader and brought him to the Russian authorities, resulting in his imprisonment at the Zordaya prison complex.
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Following General Roman Barkov's death in Eastern Europe, Captain Price decided to form a task force under his command to deal with terrorist threats. Meeting CIA officer Kate Laswell, Price revealed the candidates that he had General Shepherd get for him - Soap, Kyle "Gaz" Garrick and Simon "Ghost" Riley. Presumably after being recruited in 141, Price decided to take Soap under his tutelage.
Verdansk [ ]
When Victor Zakhaev planned on launching an ICBM towards the west, Task Force 141 stopped him with the assistance of Demon Dogs and its leader Marcus Griggs. Soap then contacted Price after Zakhaev's death, asking for support as things were going awry outside the city.
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Following General Ghorbrani's assassination during an arms deal, Quds Force Major Hassan Zyani decides enact revenge against the United States by allying with the terrorist organization Al-Qatala. Gaining intel that Hassan could be possibly hiding in Al Mazrah, Soap and Ghost are assigned to lead the MARSOC marines to capture or eliminate the target. The team fight against the Al-Qatala and are unable to find Zyani, seeing that he left the area around the time they arrived. Reaching a warehouse, they discover that Hassan has obtained an American ballistic missiles, and Captain Price, Gaz and Laswell are able to get information that Zyani is being smuggled into America by the Las Almas Cartel.
After Los Vaqueros fail to capture Hassan, Soap and Ghost are tasked with assisting Colonel Alejandro Vargas in capturing Zyani. In Las Almas, the group receive support from Shadow Company and its commander Phillip Graves in capturing Hassan, but are ordered by Shepherd and Laswell to let him go after his interrogation. Due to fighting against the cartel, they gain the attention of its leader "El Sin Nombre", and Soap, Ghost, Alejandro, and Graves decide to capture them to learn the location of the second missile. Soap agrees to infiltrate the cartel's base to find their target, and is interrogated by Valeria Garzia, whom is revealed to be "El Sin Nombre" once the group capture her. Valeria agrees to give them the location in exchange they let her go and never return to Las Almas, and Graves accepts her terms despite Vargas' warning.
Revealing the missile is placed on an oil rig off the Gulf of Mexico, Soap and Ghost work with Los Vaqueros and Shadow Company in to stop the launch. Despite reaching the missile, they learn that the launch codes are on the cargo ship, and managed to change the missiles direction to destroy the rig. Returning to the Vaqueros' base, Graves reveals that he has taken it over and that General Shepherd has given him command of the operation. When he also explains that he has detained Alejandro's men, a firefight breaks out, with Vargas being captured, Ghost escaping, and MacTavish being wounded. He manages to reach the city where Graves has ordered his men to round up civilians and corrupt cops, forcing him to evade and reach Ghost at a local church.
Meeting with Alejandro's right-hand Rodolfo Parra, the trio return to the base to rescue Alejandro and his men, and escape with the help of Price and Gaz. 141 and Vaqueros learn from Laswell that Shepherd and Graves did an illegal operation to give missiles to their Middle-Eastern allies, but Graves' unit were ambushed by the Russians. After losing the missiles, the two decided to bury the operation, and are intending to do so since the task force were getting too close. Needing to find the last missile, Price decides to form Joint Task Force - Ghost Team with Los Vaqueros to eliminate Graves, give them back their base, and interrogate Valeria. During the assault on the base, Soap manages to "kill" Graves by using explosives, and the team learn from Garza that Hassan is in Chicago with the missile. Soap even tells to Valeria that she is going down for what she did.
In Chicago, the task force performs a joint operation with the MARSOC marines to stop the missile, and are given permission to eliminate Zyani. While rescuing hostages and infiltrating the building, they see the missile be launched as Laswell informs them that its heading to the Pentagon. Soap manages to obtain the abort codes and destroy the missile midair, and Ghost eliminates Hassan when the terrorist attempts to kill MacTavish. Following the operation, 141 meets with Laswell and agree to take down Shepherd despite the latter's attempt to escape from the government. Kate also reveals that the Ultranationalists ambushed Graves' convoy, and that their working with a new leader whom Price identifies as Makarov.
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- Soap's blood type is O+.
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Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2’s ‘Alone’ Mission Builds a Great Friendship Between Soap and Ghost
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 brings back some fan-favorite characters, and the campaign's 'Alone' mission highlights Soap and Ghost's friendship.
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 has finally released, and that means everyone can now get their hands on the game's thrilling campaign mode. Set soon after the events of Modern Warfare 2019's campaign, Modern Warfare 2 sees Task Force 141 seek out some missing missiles, but things don't all go to plan. Throughout the campaign, players take control of various members of Task Force 141, with one of the game's best missions putting players in the boots of fan-favorite character John "Soap" MacTavish as he sneaks around a Mexican town, all while chatting with the team's most solemn member, Ghost.
With this version of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 taking place on the reboot timeline, any characters that originated in the 2000s Modern Warfare series are a little different from how fans may remember them. While Ghost was always Task Force 141's most direct member, he's a little more cutting and cruel in this version of Modern Warfare 2 , but during the game's 'Alone' mission, Soap manages to break down a few of those barriers, and a friendship begins to take root.
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Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2's 'Alone' Mission Builds Soap and Ghost's Relationship
At the beginning of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 , Soap is a little more green than some fans may have expected. Soap is clearly pretty new to Task Force 141 , and he hasn't really gained the respect or confidence of Ghost, his commanding officer, yet. Soap is also a lot more optimistic than the grizzled Ghost, trying his best to keep casualties to a minimum, and even going out of his way to ensure it.
During the second mission of the game, "Kill or Capture ," players control Soap as he clears out an estate in search of a terrorist leader named Hassan. When the team's helicopter goes down, and its pilot gets stuck in some crossfire, Soap redirects the team to aid him, despite Ghost's wishes to remain on the objective. While they save the pilot, Hassan makes his escape, and Ghost remarks that there are consequences to their actions. It's clear from the get-go that Ghost doesn't trust Soap, and that their methods don't align.
Quite a way through Modern Warfare 2 's campaign, Ghost and Soap are betrayed and forced to make their way through the treacherous Las Almas alone. The player takes control of Soap once more, completely isolated from the rest of the team, injured, and with no weapons. As Soap begins to make his way through the town, flooded with enemy soldiers, Ghost comes on the radio, telling him to meet him at a nearby church. While Soap crafts makeshift weapons and tools and starts to sneak his way through the town, the two outnumbered allies engage in some surprisingly lighthearted dialogue.
Before this point, Ghost has barely spoken. This mission is the first time players really get an insight into Ghost's character , and his defensive exterior begins to get broken down by Soap's mischievous jabs. Throughout the mission, Soap and Ghost make light of their dire situation, teasing each other about various things. While Ghost remains a little cold and standoffish in tone, it's clear that he's warming to Soap, even making dark jokes about dead dogs. The two even take jabs at the other's nationality, with Soap mocking Ghost's desire for tea, and Ghost telling Soap to "speak English." By the end of the mission, Ghost is calling Soap "Johnny," cementing the fact that the two have become brothers in arms and true friends.
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 is currently available on PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X/S.
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- Ghost and Soap even wonder if they could identify what would be left of Hassan had he been killed there.
- Price and Gaz don wetsuits to stealthily infiltrate the docks. Price, despite providing no tactical advantage whatsoever, still wears his Boonie hat even when in the water.
- After Price and Gaz enter the barge, they proceed towards the lower deck, the entrance to which is basically a tight, small corridor, with Price already occupying the only place that provides cover. The fact that he opens the door without warning has made at least some players scream, "What the hell, Price?" ; especially in the higher difficulties.
- Gaz knocks out one cartel member by inconspicuously jabbing him with a syringe and putting him on a bench, pretending that the poor bastard is too drunk and needs assistance.
- When you encounter civilians, you’re given a button prompt to deescalate conflict with them. That button prompt? The same as aiming down your sights.
- Crosses over Black Comedy and Video Game Cruelty Potential : In the previous AC-130 mission, you are strictly instructed to not fire upon buildings unless explicitly told to do so. In this mission, as soon as you wipe out the initial ambush and the ground team has taken refuge in the restaurant, you can level nearly every structure in this mission without any repercussions . That includes the marketplace, the gas station, an entire village up the hill, a school, and even the cemetery at the top of the hill. The only exceptions are the restaurant (duh) and the church.
- Hassan will not shut up with his spiel, much to the annoyance of everyone: Graves: Bravo 7-1, you are cleared hot to shut Hassan the hell up.
- How Laswell likes to tell how the Op went down would make Big Boss proud. Apparently, Price placed a cardboard cow in the middle of the road, the enemy vehicle stopped to check, and the Captain just up and pulled the target out. Price calls out how oversimplified that version of the story is. This implies that it all still happened (cardboard cow and all) and there are still things left out from the story.
- Crosses with Heartwarming , but just the general chemistry between Price, Laswell, and Gaz emits pure family energy with the lighthearted banter. The above dialogue is akin to a kid asking his mother how she met his father. Bonus points for the culture clash jabs between the British Price and American Laswell, such as the soccer/football terminology and how the Brits didn't really do much cross-country running compared to their American counterparts.
- If you missed your shot during the sniping section, Price will quip if you've had your eyes checked recently .
- After clearing the first building, five Heavily Armored Mooks will converge on your position. Price will count them as you or he kills them one by one. Gaz: It appears you can do math, sir.
- Gaz's reaction throughout the whole ordeal is to askew his usual British stuffiness and start cussing at the top of his lungs. An understandable reaction when during the sequence, he nearly gets taken out several times, including barely missing a box truck by a hair, not helped by ULF fighters wrecking AQ vehicles that (unintentionally) come too close for comfort, all while screaming at Nikolai to gain altitude and dealing with AQ shooters with just a pistol before he cuts himself loose onto a truck.
- Even Valeria gets her licks in , too: Diego: Su nombre es jabón. El nos buscó. Translation His name's Soap. He came to us. Valeria: ¿Jabón? No mames. Translation Soap? You're shitting me.
- One of the achievements involves killing a poor unsuspecting schmuck of a soldier while he's in the crapper . The level it takes place in just so happens to be called "Dark Water". But the name of the achievement itself? "A Crappy Way to Die" .
- The containers can accidentally kill enemy NPCs as well .
- This might be the darkest mission of the reboot series so far, but Soap and Ghost's banter gives it a bit of levity. Highlights include: Ghost: What has two legs and bleeds?... Half a dog. *later in the mission* Soap: I'm in the coffee shop. Ghost: [over the radio] Get us a tea. Soap: Fuckin' Brits.
- Soap vocalizes what every player has been thinking when he encounters Heavily Armored Mook : Soap: [irritated] Give me a bloody break!!
- It's not like there's a tactical advantage to it over just shooting the guard. He just wanted to show off in front of Soap .
- Another unintentional example: Graves doesn't change his affable diction during his tank boss battle, no matter how much damage you caused beforehand. You can kill him anytime with enough damage, so it can unintentionally sound like he died mid-rant.
- And now we know why: he was never in the tank in the first place.
- The achievement you get when you clear out the 3 floors while rappelling without getting spotted? Must Be The Wind .
- Price's reactions if you accidentally hit him with a flashbang. Price: Bloody hell, your aim is shite! Price: How'd a muppet like you pass selection?!
- In the epilogue, TF141 and Laswell are having a much-needed R&R in a bar. Everyone is in normal civilian casuals... except Ghost, who is such an edgelord , he still has his balaclava on (with a hoodie too). One has to wonder how he intends to drink and eat with that mask on.
- Some of the friendly fire quotes. König: WHERE DID YOU LEARN TO SHOOT?! Hutch: Don't make me take that gun away! Roze: You failed basic?! Check fire! Calisto: Don't shoot me! Idiot! Zimo: Shoot them, not me! Price: How'd a muppet like you pass selection ? Gaz: Shoot me again, I return the favour!
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Lieutenant Simon Riley , also known as Ghost , is a character featured in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare , Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II and Call of Duty: Modern Warfare III . In Modern Warfare , Ghost is mentioned at the end of the campaign. In Modern Warfare II , he is one of the three playable protagonists.
In Modern Warfare and Call of Duty: Warzone , Ghost was released as a playable SAS Operator of the Coalition faction as part of the Season Two Battle Pass. In Modern Warfare II , Modern Warfare III and Call of Duty: Warzone 2.0 , he is also available as an Operator of the SpecGru faction.
- 1.1 Early Life and Career
- 1.2 Task Force 141
- 1.3 War in Verdansk
- 1.4 Assassination of Ghorbrani
- 1.5.1 Raid in Al Mazrah
- 1.5.2 Fighting the Cartel
- 1.5.3 Betrayal of Shadow Company and Shepherd
- 1.5.4 Ghost Team
- 1.5.5 Death of Hassan and Missile Threat Eliminated
- 1.6.1 Nuclear Power Plant Attack
- 1.6.2 Securing the missile
- 1.6.3 Raid on Makarov's financier private island
- 1.6.4 Intercepting the HVT transport in Siberia
- 1.6.5 Preventing disaster at the Gora Dam
- 1.6.6 Operation Trojan Horse
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Early Life and Career
Born in Manchester, Simon Riley joined the Special Air Service and spent the majority of his career serving numerous short-term deployments and executing covert assignments in classified locations. He became an expert in clandestine tradecraft, focused on sabotage, ambushes, and infiltrations into denied areas and hazardous environments. Ghost concealed his identity under a hallmark skull figured mask to maintain anonymity in the field. 
At one point, Ghost worked in the same unit as Mace . 
Task Force 141
Following the death of General Roman Barkov , Ghost was recruited by Captain John Price in the newly formed Task Force 141 where he became a commanding officer.
War in Verdansk
Following the invasion of Verdansk by Al-Qatala on March 3rd, 2020, Riley was deployed in the city to assist the Armistice initiative against the terrorist organization supplied by Victor Zakhaev . During one of Armistice's operations, Ghost helped the Arm-4 team infiltrating the occupied Verdansk airport to retrieve a nuclear core.
When Al-Qatala released toxic gas within Verdansk , Ghost discovered a chaotic situation where the operators of Armistice have turned against themselves and began targeting each other. He soon requested Price to send him reinforcements he could trust. Riley managed to escape the city and was deployed to a classified location where Price informed him that Zakhaev's plan worked, with the Armistice now officially disbanded. Ghost was assisted during this operation by Alex Keller , who was sent by Price.
In December 2020, Ghost assisted Price in Verdansk to stop Zakhaev from launching the missile attack onto Verdansk. Ghost, along with Alex, Gaz, Price, Nikolai and Farah Karim communicate with Johnny "Soap" MacTavish and assist him "half a few clicks off of Verdansk 's coast".
Assassination of Ghorbrani
In July of 2022, Ghost was deployed on a strike mission in the mountain desert terrain of Al Mazrah under the orders of both Laswell and General Shepherd to make visual contact on General Ghorbrani , Commander of Quds Force , Iranian Special Forces, in order to eliminate him as a potential threat while the latter was present for an arms deal with Russian Forces. Ghost confirmed the General's presence and the green light was given to Philip Graves , Commander and CEO of Shadow Company , to launch a mobile ballistic cruise missile that completely obliterated the site of the arms deal, killing everyone including Ghorbrani which Ghost then later confirmed.
Raid in al mazrah.
Several months after Ghorbrani’s death, Major Hassan Zyani , Ghorbrani’s second in command, vowed vengeance against the United States and was reported to conduct secretively activities in Al Mazrah. Ghost along with Soap and Marine Special Operations Unit were dispatched to capture or kill Hassan . After fighting through a resistance from Al-Qatala who were supposedly there to protect Hassan were in fact protecting a cargo which turned out to be an American made ballistic cruise missile. Shepherd ordered Ghost and the team to destroy the missile before evacuating from Al-Mazrah.
Fighting the Cartel
Ghost and Soap were later sent to Las Almas to meet up with Mexican Special Forces Colonel Alejandro Vargas and Sergeant Major Rodolfo Parra to hunt for Hassan whom they believed is being harbored and protected by the Las Almas Cartel with corrupt elements of the Mexican Army under the control of El Sin Nombre , leader of the Las Almas Cartel.
After successfully capturing Hassan from the Cartel and Mexican military with the help from Graves and the support of Shadow Company’s AC-130 gunship, they brought Hassan in the desert to interrogate him about the whereabouts of the missiles. Hassan proved difficult to handle and were ordered to release him as his detainment was illegal.
A few days later, Ghost along with Soap, Vargas and Graves were conducting over watch on a mansion belonging to one of El Sin Nombre’s lieutenant, Diego Salgado . After much discussion about getting to the cartel leader, Soap volunteered on a risky mission to infiltrate the compound with Vargas in disguised as one of the bodyguards with Ghost providing sniper overwatch and Graves on standby to snatch and grab. After they managed to capture the cartel leader who turned out to be Valeria Garza, a former member of Vargas unit, they interrogated her about the whereabouts of Hassan and the missiles, and she would offer up the information in exchange for a deal of securing her release and her cartel operation to be left undisturbed.
Through the interrogation of Garza, Ghost along with 141, Los Vaqueros and Shadow Company participated in a raid on an oil rig located in the Gulf of Mexico where they located and destroyed the second missile before it had the chance to launch.
Betrayal of Shadow Company and Shepherd
As the team got back, they come to find out that Graves with the support from Shepherd had taken over the Fuerzas Especiales facility and turned on them with Vargas being captured, forcing Ghost and Soap to escape to the city and fend off any Shadow operatives hunting them before regrouping at Vargas safe house where they met up with Rodolfo and formulate a plan to infiltrate an abandoned prison which was being used by Shadow Company as a Black Site Compound to free Vargas and Vaqueros operatives currently being held captive before escaping with help from Price and Gaz .
Later, Laswell finds out that Shepherd and Graves were trying to cover up their illegal activity that had occurred months earlier where Shadow Company lost possession of the missiles when they were transporting it to allies fighting Russia to a company of Russian mercenaries who later gave them to Hassan, so he could exact revenge on the United States.
Ghost was present when Task Force 141 and Los Vaqueros formed JTF-Ghost Team . He then briefly took his mask off before donning a ghost mask with everyone before venturing off to retake the Fuerzas Especiales facility, where they took out Graves and Shadow Company. They then questioned Garza again, which she revealed that Hassan and the last missile were located in Chicago .
Death of Hassan and Missile Threat Eliminated
As Task Force 141 with a squad of Marine Raiders moves in on Hassan with the latter having Al-Qatala protection, Ghost provided overwatch from another building. The team then rushed to take the controls after Hassan had launched the missile which was heading towards Washington, D.C. and Soap managed to disarm it with the help from Laswell. He then helps guide Soap to eliminate a few AQ soldiers and rushes on time to save Soap by sniping Hassan before the latter had the chance to throw him out the window.
Ghost along with Price, Gaz, Soap, and Laswell were all at a bar where they discussed about the events that followed after their mission in Chicago. Laswell then hands them a picture of an individual whom Price recognized as Vladimir Makarov .
On November 10th, 2023, as Task Force 141 reached their designated jumping point for an unknown mission. Laswell radioed Price, telling him that Makarov is out . Which prompted Price to tell the pilot to turn around and bring Task Force 141 back to base.
Nuclear Power Plant Attack
On the same day, Soap alongside with other members of Task Force 141 were deployed to a nuclear power plant in Urzikstan after Konni forces were spotted converging to the plant. Price and Ghost recce the plant, while Soap and Gaz were tasked with securing the perimeter. There, Task Force 141 engaged with Konni forces and found out that they were trying to transport containers of Sarin gas - a remnant of Barkov's program. Despite the Task Force's best effort, Konni was still able to get away with the gas, and Price nearly lost his life while trying to prevent them from doing so.
Securing the missile
Thanks to the trackers that were planted on the missile containers by Farah, Laswell was able to track it back to an abandoned bunker complex in Urzistan. Prompting the Task Force to assault it in hopes of preventing the missiles from launching. The Task Force then divided their work: Ghost alongside with Soap and Gaz sweep and clear the complex, with Price rallied up with Farah to clear another section of the complex. While Laswell went to Arklov Military Base, Verdansk to meet a contact who can help 141 in their search for Makarov. Price and Farah were able to stop one of the missiles from launching, but Ghost, alongside with Soap and Gaz failed to do so for the two remaining missiles, which launched and were heading for the Arklov Military Base. Which made Price radioed Laswell in the blind.
Raid on Makarov's financier private island
Following the meeting with General Shepherd, a temporary truce was forged between Task Force 141 and Shadow Company, as they worked together to find and kill Makarov. Shepherd then gave Laswell intel regarding Makarov's financier - Milena Romanova , who was located on a remote island with large security forces protecting her. Ghost and Soap then infiltrated the island to interrogate Milena and find out about Makarov's next move. Ghost provided overwatch while Soap worked his way around the security guards, eventually eliminating the HVT with the FOB Key, allowing Laswell to access the terminal which contained information about Romanova's bank accounts and the various dealings that happened on them.
Eventually, Ghost and Soap reached the door to Romanova's office, with the help from Laswell, they walked into Romanova's office and began to interrogate her, through the usage of financial interrogation, Romanova broke and told them the information that they wanted. Soap then thanked Romanova for the "good chat", as him and Ghost left the office, with Romanova cursing them as they left.
Intercepting the HVT transport in Siberia
The intel gathered from Romanova's interrogation led to Task Force 141 knowning of a recently established Konni outpost in St. Petersburg, prompting them to assault it . Following the assault, Task Force 141 captured Andrei Nolan - Makarov's right-hand man, from him, they learned that Makarov was transporting someone to an abandoned prison complex in Siberia, prompting them to intercept that convoy before it could reach its destination . Soap, Price, and Gaz positioned themselves underwater, while Ghost alongside with Farah provided overwatch. When the convoy reached the ambush position, Task Force 141 executed their plan and began to work their way to the HVT. Eventually, Soap, Price, and Gaz secured the HVT and brought him to the surface, where they found out that the person who Makarov was transporting was none other than General Shepherd, which made Price furious, Gaz then reminded him that they are in an exposed location and suggest that they moved to a more covered one.
Shepherd then told Task Force 141 that he has good intel regarding Makarov and that they'd get it once they get him out of here. Price reluctantly agreed to that, the Task Force then fought through reinforcing Konni forces. Eventually, they reached the extraction zone and boarded the helicopter. Then, Task Force 141 brought General Shepherd to a remote location in Sibera, where they told him to owe up and told Congress all the truth, which Shepherd reluctantly agreed to. The Task Force then took him aboard the helicopter and left Siberia.
Preventing disaster at the Gora Dam
Following his return, Shepherd revealed that Makarov wanted to blow up the Gora Dam, in order to flood Verdansk and kill its inhabitants, and to blame it on Farah and the West. Soap and Ghost were deployed there to disarm the bombs and prevent a catastrophe from happening. Through careful maneuvering, Soap and Ghost managed to disarm all the bomb sites in the vicinity and exfilled, preventing a disaster from happening.
Operation Trojan Horse
Laswell received information from the MI6 that Makarov and Konni were in London, she also found out that they are meeting up with a hacker. Soap and Gaz were deployed on the ground, where they blended in to track the hacker , while Ghost provided help from the CCTVs. Soap overheard the conversation and learned the location of the buyer. Task Force 141 and SFO then gathered at an abandoned tunnel in Amsley Street, then the team breached and began to clear the tunnel, they managed to kill the buyer and acquired the flash drive.
Despite their effort, the virus was uploaded to the train system, granting Konni the ability to control the train, and Task Force 141 also learned that Makarov planned to destroy Channel Tunnel. Task Force 141 alongside with SFO's approached the Channel Tunnel . They then split up, with Gaz, Ghost, SFO Leader and half of his men taking one side and Price, Soap alongside the rest of the SFOs taking the other. The tunnel is run through with trains as Konni take over the network. After intense shootouts with Konni. Price and Soap found a bomb being guarded by Konni contractors. Whilst Soap worked on disarming the bomb, more Konni contractors attacked them, Price alongside with the SFO provided cover for Soap. Then, Price requested that Gaz and Ghost reinforce them.
Following prolonged shootouts with Konni on the other side, Ghost and Gaz then arrived and returned fire, forcing Makarov to flee with his men. But it was too late, Soap was already killed by Makarov beforehand, which made Ghost walked over and kneel beside his body, shouting out: "Johnny!" in a disheartened voice. Gaz and Price then disarmed the bomb in time as they look over their fallen teammate.
Following Soap's death and cremation, his ashes were scattered in Scotland by Ghost, while Price and Gaz stood in silent to pay their respect for him.
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Ghost appears in Call of Duty: Mobile and was added as part of the Season 12 Going Dark Battle Pass. He is a uniform for the Original Ghost . 
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- As of Title Update 1.13, on January 22nd, 2020, the giant screens on the multiplayer map Piccadilly would occasionally display an image resembling Ghost's skull face plate.
- After Title Update 1.15, on February 25th, 2020, Ghost would follow the players in the lobbies for some time before turning back.
- Unlike other SAS operators, Ghost's intro video opens with a black screen rather instead of a white screen.
- The quip references Hereford, England. This is the location of the SAS training compound in the Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare mission F.N.G. .
- Ghost does not have a listed blood type in his biography.
- In the promotional poster of the game, it is visible that Ghost lacks the tattoo sleeve on his left forearm. This is not the case for other materials featuring him, however.
- Although Ghost's face isn't shown in the game, it is modeled after his voice actor Samuel Roukin .
- During a conversation with Soap in the mission "Alone", Ghost reveals he enjoys drinking bourbon.
- The Red Team skin is still named "Ghost" in Modern Warfare III , while the "Nemesis Ghost" skin is depicted as the default skin.
- ↑ https://twitter.com/samuelroukin/status/1529158087667482630
- ↑ https://www.instagram.com/p/Cd-z5cDLc5p/
- ↑ The Ghost Pack Contingency Bundle features iconic items for the SAS Operator including the 'Classic Ghost' skin . blog.activision.com
- ↑ "Mace and Ghost used to work together. Same unit but things have changed." reddit.com
- ↑ Season 12: Going Dark, is here! twitter.com
- ↑ Operator Briefing: Nikto . twitter.com
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