|Robbie Reyes (Scenesys ID: 1365)|
|Name:||Roberto "Robbie" R. Reyes|
|Education:||High School, Demonic Piecemeal|
|Apparent Age:||20||Actual Age:||20|
|Date of Birth||4 Jun 2000||Played By||Gabriel Luna|
|Hair Color:||Black||Eye Color:||Brown (right), Green (left)|
|Theme Song:||Ain't No Grave - Hidden Citizens|
Robbie Reyes never expected to be much in his life.
He didn't expect to be an older brother, a protective one at that. He didn't think he'd drop out of
High School. He didn't think his parents would die when he was 16. He didn't think His Uncle from
beyond th grave would turn him into a creature of vengeance.
He didn't think he would be one of Earth's Mightiest Heroes.
Sure, Robbie's life has been really rough. But he's a hero and he's damn good at it. He wants to
make the world safer for the only family he has left: his little brother. Evil doers beware, for
you're not getting Blazed, you're not getting Ketch, you're not getting Jones.
You're getting an All-New Ghost Rider.
2000 - Roberto R. Reyes is born to Alberto and Juliana Reyes in Hillrock Heights, California.
2013 - Robbie's little brother Gabriel is born. However, due to specific circumstances around his birth, Gabriel is mentally and physically handicapped and confined to a wheelchair for likely the rest of his life. Robbie's protective instincts kick in at this time and swears to always protect his little brother with his life. Robbie gets a job at his cousin's mechanic shop to help his parents pay the bills.
2014 - Robbie's parents are killed in a gang-started housefire. With no options, Robbie starts street racing.
2016 - He borrows his Uncle Eli's old car (unaware that it houses Eli's soul) and he gets mixed up in a gang feud. Robbie is shot nine times and left for dead. Eli saves hs life and fuses himself to Robbie's soul, becoming a being very similar to the Ghost Rider. They strike a bargain to protect innocents (gabriel included) and work together to fight the depraved and the evil as the All-New Ghost Rider.
2017 - Robbie's activities as Ghost Rider in Hillrock Heights make him an urban legend in the community known simply as La Leyenda de Hillrock Heights. Gangs attack Robbie's home after he stands up for his brother, and he slays every single member of the Fifth Street Locos. Immediately after this act, he takes Gabe and drives across the country for a new home, never once revealing his secret. They eventually settle in New York City, with Robbie getting a job at Canelo's Auto and Body.
2018 - Robbie finally affords enough money to put Gabe back in school. Loki attacks New York and Robbie Reyes is one of the heroes who rise up to defend their home. Robbie joins the resulting creation of the Avengers as one of its youngest members. New York gets its first taste of Ghost Rider, with a few reports claiming it was the devil, not a hero.
2020 - Robbie leaves the Avengers as a regular member, but remains in reserve in order to keep his attention more closely on his brother, making the world a safer place for Gabe to survive.
At first glance, Robbie Reyes is a hard-working and caring young man who always tries his best at what he sets his mind to. Despite his young age, he possesses a firm guardian kind of personality, since he is the father-figure and legal guardian of his little brother, Gabriel, who cannot take care of himself. He would do anything to protect what he loves, even if it meant trying to move heaven and hell.
At the same time, however, Robbie is willing to make sacrifices for the greater good, since he made a pact with his demonic uncle Eli Morrow to both stay alive and protect his little brother. He has a strong dislike for evil, and despite the awful circumstances for his superhuman abilities, he still tries to make the absolute best of them to become a hero Gabriel can be proud of.
While Robbie possesses his own version of the Hellfire Chain, if he ever loses it or it breaks (or if he's just that angry), Ghost Rider can potrude chains from his mouth, hands, and chest. These chains are superheated with Hellfire, strong enough to cut through limbs of even highly durable beings with some measure of effort.
Robbie Reyes's soul is fused with that of Eli Morrow, a follower of demonic ways who became something very similar to a Spirit of Vengeance after death. This grants Robbie powers and abilities very close to that of a true Ghost Rider and others that are more unique.
As with all Ghost Riders, Robbie can use the infernal flame known as Hellfire. He can control it, generate it, and unleash it as he desires with no known drawbacks to himself. Unlike regular fire, which burns the flesh, Hellfire literally burns the flesh and soul of its victims, causing pain and spiritual anguish simultaneously. A highly effective weapon, its meant to torture rather than outright defeat. It has limited effect on divine beings. Because its an infernal flame, it is extremely dangerous to demonic entities and supernatural forces (Vampires, Werewolves, Ghosts, etc.). It can also be used to modify vehicles to have the same power and speed as the Hellcharger. Not to mention, Hellfire can also be spread into the Ghost Rider's weapons, such as the Hellfire Chain, for greater effectiveness.
The mystical energies that empower the Ghost Rider give Robbie an incredible degree of resistance to damage. In his human form, Robbie is very resistant to blunt force trauma, though bullets and sharp weaponry will still breach through his skin. As the Ghost Rider, Robbie is impervious to nearly all forms of physical damage. Massive explosion? Not a problem. Missile blast? No sweat. Punched with over 100 tons of force? Still kicking. However, just because the Ghost Rider is hard to actually hurt, does not mean that Robbie does not feel pain.
Through unknown methods, Robbie has gained the ability to use the Penance Stare, the infamous ability of the Ghost Riders. By making his victim look into his eyes as the Ghost Rider, Robbie can make his enemies relieve every harmful action they have ever performed on an innocent and torture their mind. Sometimes this kills, sometimes it breaks. However, it is not perfect. (see Weaknesses)
A unique trait among the Ghost Riders that Robbie exhibits. The angrier he gets or the more he lets his emotions take control of his actions, he will grow stronger.
If Robbie happens to take life-threatening damage as either Ghost Rider or his human form, he can heal extremely quickly. If his skull is crushed, it will put itself back together within a few minutes. If his arm is lobbed off, it'll come back in a couple of days. If he is impaled through the heart, it likely won't kill him. Of course though, his regeneration is potent but not invincible. (see weaknesses)
The mystical energies that empower the Ghost Rider enables him to survive without outside aid. Robbie needs to eat, sleep, drink, and breathe. As the Ghost Rider? He doesn't need any of those things. Once he found himself at the bottom of the ocean and was completely unharmed and survived without difficulty.
Due to the power of the Ghost Rider, Robbie can sense supernatural or natural presences of pure evil. This is how he hunts that which preys on the innocent and how he most easily identifies those who need to be put down.
As both Robbie and the Ghost Rider, he can touch and interact with the intangible, such as Ghosts and Spirits.
Robbie was already pretty fast in terms of human standards before Eli Morrow came into his life, but now he's even faster. Without turning into the Ghost Rider, Robbie is as fast as an Olympic- level athlete. As the Ghost Rider, he might be one of the fastest Ghost Riders there are. He can move quick enough to appear as simply a blur to the regular human eye and dodge bullets at point blank range. He can react to speeds up to Mach 2.
The mystical energies that the soul of Eli Morrow gives to Robbie grants him amazing physical strength that far outclasses a regular human. In his human form, Robbie can lift up to 5 tons with minimal effort. Though as the Ghost Rider, Robbie's strength drastically increases to 50 tons. Though his true strength has not been tested.
Robbie can speak English and Spanish fluently.
Robbie is not trained in any kind of formal martial art, but rather he has perfected the art of street brawling.
Robbie used to street race back in California. He knows how to drift, he definitely has some Hellfire nitrus on his car, and can race with the best of them.
Robbie works at an auto and body shop. He knows how to repair, modify, and rearrange cars. He most often works on his Hellcharger as a form of amusement and as a hobby.
Robbie Reyes is a member of the Avengers and has access to the team's resources, information, and hideouts.
This here is Robbie's baby.
The '69 Dodge Charger formerly belonged to Eli Morrow and housed his soul until he fused himself with Robbie. Much like Robbie's ability to transform into the Ghost Rider, the Hellcharger can turn into a raging inferno of a vehicle that has its own set of abilities. Firstly, at all times Robbie holds a powerful link to his vehicle and can give it mental commands for it to follow as both Robbie and the Ghost Rider. Secondly, to avoid being run over, as the Ghost Rider Robbie can make himself intangible through his vehicle, so it would pass right through him or he it if needed, though that requires a command to do so and is not passive.
The vehicle can also serve as a hub of teleportation. So long as the Ghost Rider knows where he's going, he can use its mystical qualities to teleport from one place to another. In the event that Robbie is required to go to another dimension to dish out vengeance (like Hell, for example) he can use the Hellcharger as a hub to create a portal with Hellfire. However, dimensional travel this way is reckless and dangerous due to Robbie's tough time focusing when doing this (since he has no clue where he's actually going)
Finally, The Hellcharger is not limited by the laws of gravity or physics. As the Ghost Rider, Robbie can drive the Hellcharger across liquid surfaces and even up the sides of buildings with no trouble at all.
As the Ghost Rider, Robbie wields a long, silver chain with knives on both ends as his primary weapon (aside from just punching people in the face). It is extremely sharp and can tear a normal person apart within moments. Considering that it is made out of silver, its useful against other supernatural creatures with weaknesses to such things.
Most effectively, the weapon can be enhanced to scorching temperatures with Hellfire, making it sharper and even more deadly.
Eli's soul is fused irrepairably with Robbie Reyes. However, Eli is evil and bloodthirsty, thus...he will sometimes bide his time until Robbie is most vulnerable and attempt to 'take the wheel' of the Ghost Rider for a short period of time, so to speak. Robbie can only escape through a battle of will or through outside interference. All the same, Eli is as much a blessing as he is a curse.
Robbie's little brother is his entire reason for being. If anything happened to Gabe, or anyone even threatened him, Robbie would come unleashed.
This is the bane of all Ghost Riders. Weapons made in Heaven (the Biblical, not the Nordic) are very dangerous to the Ghost Rider and can cause him lasting harm. Not to mention, they are extremely painful.
Magic is one of the easiest ways to completely bypass the Ghost Rider's impressive durability. While it may not keep the rider down, it can knock him down if enough force is applied.
The flaw of the Penance Stare is actually pretty simple: the victim must be in their right mind (AKA not hooked up on drugs or drunk on alcohol) and they must regret what they have done. If they have no regret over their actions, the penance stare won't work.
Weapons of Heaven severely limit the Ghost Rider's ability to regenerate. In fact, it might be the only plausable way to kill him.
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|What Goes Bump In The Night||September 6th, 2020||No description|
|War of the Worlds Finale||August 21st, 2020||Earth's defenders draw away the Warzoon and finally confront General Zod. They drive the rogue Kryptonian away, but at what cost for the House of El?|
|Joy Ride||July 29th, 2020||Two spirits of vengeance and a clairvoyant soul converge to address murder most foul on the streets of Brooklyn.|
|A Ghostly Canary||July 22nd, 2020||Dinah Lance and Robbie Reyes meet. It goes -very- well.|
|Flaming skull, glowing bracelet, and demigod walk into an alley. No, this is not a joke.||June 27th, 2020||No description|
|War of Worlds pt 3||May 31st, 2020||The Worlds finest have come together to push Mongul's horde OUT of Metropolis and destroyed the weapon they were trying to construct in the country-side. Mongul was captured, but he's plenty of forces who eagerly attempt to free him from Green Lanterns traps... Zod faces off against Superman, Clea, and Zora on a mountain peak.
War of Worlds continues in HAM #1993
|The Buoyant: Post Party||May 29th, 2020||A few hangers-on enjoy a late night drink aboard Tony's yacht after the official festitivies conclude.|
|(Possible) Trouble in Paradise||May 27th, 2020||Donna Troy and Robbie Reyes encounter an interesting situation and get to know each other in the middle of the chaos.|
|New Friends||May 25th, 2020||Robbie becomes acquainted with War Machine and Power Girl.|
|Magic Car||May 10th, 2020||No description|
|You Again||May 10th, 2020||Artemis and Robbie reunite and get to know each other better.|
|ComeUpWithBetterTitleLater||May 6th, 2020||No description|
|An Unstoppable Outing||May 1st, 2020||Juggernaut picks the wrong time to try to rob an armored truck. Facing off against an Amazon, a Ghost Rider, and an occultist proves to be something the Juggernaut didn't plan for and so he gives them one rather nasty round of applause and chooses to rob another day.|
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