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|“If you want a little muscle with that hustle, I've made Jay a lightning-fast Ghost Taker GT. Front spectral intake, rear incorporeal storage.”|
“Oh, why didn't the ghost cross the street? Oh, I don't know. Maybe he saw me coming in that!”
|— Cyrus Borg and Jay, "Curseworld, Part I"|
The Ghost Taker GT (also called the Jay Walker One), was a Ninja vehicle created by Cyrus Borg for Jay to use against the Ghost Warriors. It is a one-person, four-wheeled vehicle that is colored blue, with some gold and black details. Its primary weapon is a large blue cannon that can absorb Skreemers, sucking them in the containment unit on its rear.
The Ghost Taker GT was created by Cyrus Borg under the request of Wu to supply the ninja with weaponry to combat the ghosts. The inventor presented it to Jay at Steep Wisdom, and it was smuggled aboard a ferry bound for Stiix.
Jay drove the vehicle through the city's streets during the Battle of Stiix, trapping ghosts as he went. However, the staff of one Ghost Warrior became lodged in the cannon, and in the process of unlodging it Jay released all the ghosts imprisoned inside.
Jay drove the vehicle towards the heart of Stiix as the Preeminent emerged into Ninjago. Along with the other ninja, he battled the Preeminent's tentacles using the Jay Walker One. Despite their best efforts, the ninja were unable to slow down the Preeminent, which suddenly seized the Ghost Taker GT with one of its tentacles and threw it across the city, destroying it.
The Ghost Taker GT can absorb ghosts into its rear incorporeal storage, and the ghosts can become projectiles through the cannon. It is also "lightning-fast".
A weakness of the Ghost Taker GT is that it is unable to absorb solid objects like staffs which can lodge the intake.
- 2. "Vehicles and Mechs"
- The Ghost Taker GT is referred to as the "Jay Walker One" in the set.
- This is Jay's fourth vehicle and his second wheeled vehicle.
- The "Walker" in its alternate name refers to Jay's last name, not the ability of the vehicle to turn into a walking machine (which it cannot do). The name is in reference to the Ecto-1 from the Ghostbusters franchise.