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Quote1 In the time since then, I've been given new names. The Rider, they call me. Because most have never seen a man astride a beast. Not that I'm a man anymore, really. I'm what he named me. I'm more ghost than man. More fire than flesh. More spirit than bone. The Spirit of Vengeance. Quote2
-- Ghost Rider src
 
Ghost Rider (1,000,000 BC) (Earth-616) from Avengers Vol 8 7 0001
The young man who came to be the first Ghost Rider lived on Earth about a million years ago as part of a group of cavemen. At early age, he realized he was smarter than the rest of his pack, a fact he kept to himself out of fear of being isolated. One day, a mysterious man approached the pack and quickly became the leader by violent means. Eventually, the stranger revealed himself to be a Wendigo and devoured the entire pack save for the young boy. Before leaving, the man gave the boy the name "Ghost" and challenged the boy to find him. With everyone he had ever known gone, the boy chose to venture out beyond his cave, convinced that if the stranger could survive then so could he. Eventually, Ghost grew exhausted due to the harsh environment. It was then he was approached by a snake which convinced him to say its real name as a way to achieve his goal. Ghost was then bonded to a Spirit of Vengeance, befriending a mammoth right after his transformation.
Ghost Rider (1,000,000 BC) (Earth-616), Phoenix (1,000,000 BC) (Earth-616) and Odin Borson (Earth-616) from Avengers Vol 8 7 0001

Five years later, Ghost finally tracked down the Wendigo to exact his revenge and engaged him in an intense fight. The fight ended with the Wendigo pushing Ghost's mammoth off a cliff with him, though the Wendigo claimed that he would survive the fall, but wondered if the Rider could survive the loneliness now that his mammoth friend was gone. The Rider was then approached by Odin and Lady Phoenix, who asked him to join the prehistoric Avengers.[1]

Together they fought an out-of-control Celestial known as the Fallen. After his new mammoth was killed, Ghost Rider swore vengeance on the Fallen and vowed to drink its blood. The Avengers eventually defeated the Fallen and sealed it in an underground chamber in what would become the modern-day country of South Africa.[3] He later joined his allies in battling the First Host.[4]

Powers

Seemingly those of a standard Ghost Rider, the only deviance being he could control and animate the bones of the deceased for various effects.[1]





Transportation

The Ghost Rider rode woolly mammoths he imbued with hellfire.[3][5][1]

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