Category: Human, Survivor
Age: Early 20s
Habitat: Counselor training center near Camp Crystal Lake
General Description: One of many young people to attend councilor training near Camp Crystal Lake in the summer of 1985... And one of the only two to survive.
Friends, Associates, and Sidekicks: Paul the councilor trainer
Sworn Enemies: Jason Voorhees
Special Powers: Superior people impersonation skills. Also - excellent knowledge of Child’s Psychology - a useful skill when confronted by demented psycho killers.
Weapons of Choice: Chainsaw, chairs, machete, pitchfork... Anything that happens to be nearby, really. However she is not very effective with any of these weapons.
Weaknesses: For some strange reason, Ginny never finishes off her victims. She never even checks if they are actually dead. A trait she learned or regret.
Pet Peeves: Notoriously unreliable German cars with ignition problems.
1) Paul, there is someone in this room. Paul there’s someone in this fucking room!
2) Jason. It’s all done, Jason. You’ve done your job well, and mommy is pleased. That’s a good boy. Now, come to mommy, come on. Come on. Mommy has a reward for you. Jason, mother is talking to you. Jason, mother is talking to you. Come on. That’s my boy. Come. Kneel down. That’s a boy. Kneel down. Kneel down, Jason. That’s my good boy. That’s a good boy. Good Jason.
Total Estimated Power Rating: 7
5 Intellect Points + 1 Base Physical Strength Points + 1 Weapon Points for the variety of weapons Ginny clumsily attempts to use
Power Level: Low. Ginny’s intelligence often allows her to gain an upper hand in difficult situations; however her limited physical strength cancels out any advantage she is able to gain in this manner.
Identification: Extremely hard, especially if she is impersonating your mother.
Most people cannot tell the difference. If your mother behaved strangely lately – she might actually be Ginny Field pretending to be your mother.
How to Recruit: Tell her about your relationship with your mother and give her a chance to psychoanalyze you...
How to Stay on Her Good Side: Fix her Volkswagen and loose to her in chess a couple of times.
What to Look Out For: If you talk about your mother too much, Ginny might gain enough insight to impersonate her and use it to her advantage. Keep your childhood testimonies simple.
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Movies and Books Featuring the Character:
- Friday the 13th - Part 2 (1981)