Modeled after a wrathful deity of Tibetan Buddhism, this Spirit of Vengeance was tailored to the customs of the part of the world he was stationed in. Unfortunately, Johnny Blaze learned of his existence a bit too late. Daniel Ketch, a former Spirit of Vengeance himself, who now works as a servant for the rogue angel, Zadkiel, is finding other Ghost Rider’s in order to kill them, so Zadkiel can take their power as his own. This particular Ghost Rider, also known to the people he protected as Khrag 'Thung – among many other names – performed one last service to them before his passing. A cruel general and his soldiers were about to dish out severe punishment to the innocent villagers for actions committed by the Ghost Rider, but it was Khrag 'Thung who taught the wicked a lesson. Making quick work of the soldiers, and showing the general his Penance Stare, which he calls the Stare of a Thousand Buddhas, this Ghost Rider ensured the village would not be getting any more visits from these men any time soon. Blaze and the new Caretaker mourned briefly for the man who name was Nima.


The full abilities of the Khrag 'Thung have yet to be revealed, but it can be assumed that he possessed all the powers given to every Spirit of Vengeance. However, he possesses a penance ability fashioned by his beliefs.

  • Stare of a Thousand Buddhas: a highly potent Penance Stare which enables him to punish those who have wronged the innocent by forcing them to feel the pain of their victims. He apparently manifests a third eye in his forehead. During this dangerous act, hellfire will emit around the him and his victim.


This Ghost Rider appeared to be an adept horseback rider


Just as other Ghost Rider's have used motorcycles as their mode of transportation, this Spirit of Vengeance rode a mule which transformed into a powerful flaming steed


The Khrag 'Thung carried a weapon very similar to a traditional wushu weapon known as a monk's spade

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