Deadly Ghost Combinations In Phasmophobia

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Deadly Ghost Combinations In Phasmophobia

Phasmophobia is already scary (and deadly) on its own with only one ghost type, but imagine if the game ever reached the point where we would have two different ghosts per map? On their own, Revenants or Demons are already terrifying enough not to wait around and wait for optional objectives, but can you imagine if they were paired together on a map? Let’s take a look at some deadly ghost combinations that would run a train on any group in Phasmophobia.

Revenant And Wraith

Phasmophobia Revenant Hunting

We’ll start with the most terrifying one first because Revenants already scare the pants off of most groups we play with. Imagine a pairing of a fast-moving Revenant and a Wraith that can go through doors and walls? Screw the optional objectives; just find the ghosts and get the heck out of there.

Jinns and Mares

Phasmopobia Truck Monitor Jinns and Mares

This one is a bit of a head-scratcher, but it makes sense if you think about it. You weaken a Jinn by cutting off the power, and you weaken a Mare by turning on the power. That means, no matter what you do, one of the ghosts is going to be at its best. Need to turn on the lights to weaken a Mare? Too bad, because now you’ve increased the speed of the Jinn. It’s a catch 22 of ghost combinations.

Phantom and Yurei

Phasmophobia Ghost Hunting

We call this the “Sanity Loss Dream Team” as both a Phantom and Yurei have devastating effects on a player’s sanity. The higher the difficulty, the more a Yurei will passively drain sanity (and hunt, like most ghosts). Looking at a Phantom will drain sanity more than other ghosts, and to make matters worse, they can take the form of other players, so you don’t even know you’re looking at one.

What deadly ghost combinations can you think of?

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Ben Kemp

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