Characters

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The following is a list of Characters featured in Friday the 13th: The Game.

Overview[edit | edit source]

In the game, players can take control of a number of different characters. Players will either have a chance at being a counselor or Jason in Quick Play. Players can pick a preference of either Jason, Counselor, or None.

Counselors[edit | edit source]

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The game currently includes fourteen counselors, plus Tommy Jarvis, all with different strengths and weaknesses. Only five counselors are available to play at the start, with others being unlocked as a player rises up in Player Level.

Counselor Name Character Tropes/
Stereotype
Level Unlocked Strengths Averages Weaknesses
A.J. Mason  "The Rocker Chick" Level 04 * Highest Stealth
* High Composure
* High Repair
* Below average Speed
* Below average Stamina
* Very low strength
* Lowest Luck
Adam Palomino  "The Edgy Guy" Level 14 * High Strength
* High Composure
* Above average Repair
* Average Speed
* Below average Stamina
* Low Stealth
* Very low Luck
Brandon "Buggzy" Wilson  "The Jock" Level 08 * Highest Strength
* High Speed
* High Stamina
* Below average Composure * Very low Stealth
* Very low Luck
* Lowest Repair
Chad Kensington "The Preppy Guy" Available from the start * Highest Luck
* Very high Speed
* Above average Stealth
* Below average Stamina
* Low Strength
* Very low Repair
* Lowest Composure
Deborah Kim  "The Bookish Girl" Level 06 * Highest Repair
* Very high Stealth
* Average Composure
* Below average Speed
* Low Stamina
* Low Luck
* Lowest Strength
Eric "J.R." LaChappa  "The Nerd" Level 10 * Highest Repair
* High Stealth
* Average Luck
* Below average Composure
* Low Strength
* Low Speed
* Very low Stamina
Fox "The Biker" Level 32 * High Strength * Above average composure
* Above average repair
* Average Stamina
* Below average Stealth
* Low Luck
Jenny Myers  "The Girl Next Door" Available from the start * Highest Composure
* High Luck
* High Stealth
* Above average Stealth
* Average Stamina
* Low speed
* Very low repair
* Lowest strength
Kenny Riedell  "The Head Counselor" Available from the start A Jack of All Trades
with a 5/10 in all stats
Mitch Floyd "The Stoner" Level 24 * High Composure
* High Repair
* Above average Stealth
* Below average Stamina
* Low Luck
* Low Speed
* Low Strength
Sheldon "Shelly" Finkelstein "The Prankster" Available from the start * Very High Stealth
* High Strength
* Above Average Composure
* Average Repair
* Lowest Luck
* Below Average Speed
* Below Average Stamina
Tiffany Cox "The Flirty Girl" Level 18 * Highest Stealth
* Very high Stamina
* High Speed
* Above average Speed
* Below average Luck
* Low Composure
* Very low Strength
* Lowest Repair
Vanessa Jones  "The Athletic Girl" Available from the start * Highest Speed
* Very high Stamina
* High Luck
* Above average Luck
* Below average Strength
* Low Composure
* Very low Repair
* Lowest stealth
Victoria Sterling "The Catty Girl Level 42 * High Stamina
* High Stealth
* High Luck
* Below average Speed
* Below average Composure
* Low Repair
* Low Strength
Thomas "Tommy" Jarvis "The Hero"
(See Notes)
Unlocked mid-game

(See Notes)

All stats are 10/10 (See Notes)

Notes[edit | edit source]

Although Tommy isn't technically considered a counselor, he's a summonable character in the game. All of Tommy's stats are maxed, and he's the only one who can kill Jason if certain criteria are met. Refer to his page for steps on bringing him into the game, as well as other special information.

Rob Dier ("The First Victim") also makes an appearance in the game's intro, but he dies at the same time. He's currently an unplayable counselor.

Jason Voorhees[edit | edit source]

At the initial release of the game there where six different playable Jason's to choose from, all based on the film series itself. These being Parts 2, 3, 6, 7, 8, and 9. There was also a Tom Savini's own Jason variant created exclusively for backers of the Kickstarter Campaign, later they added a Jason variant based off of the color scheme from the 1989 Nintendo Entertainment System video game of the same name. On Oct 13th 2017 they released Jason Part 4 as a playable Jason, and would later release Part 5 (Roy Burns) on Jan 26th 2018.

Version Unlocked Level Strengths Weakness
Part 2 Jason

(Friday the 13th Part 2)

Unlocks at Level 13 * Can Run.
* Starts with seven traps.
* Faster Cooldown on Morph Ability.
* The cooldown for using the Shift ability is longer and movement is slower.
*Lower Hit Points for Jason and lower chance to successfully block attacks.
* Slower water speed.
Part 3 Jason

(Friday the 13th Part III)

Unlocks at Level 01 * Can Run.
* Can deal more damage with the current weapon.
* Tough grip strength for counselors to break free.
* Lower Stun Resistance.
* Sense ability won't last as long once activated.
* Stalk ability won't last as long once activated.
Part 4 Jason

(Friday the 13th: The Final Chapter)

Unlocks at Level 44 * Can Run.
* Has a lower amount of hits required to break down doors and/or walls.
* Can deal more damage with the current weapon.
* Slower water speed.
* The cooldown for using the Shift ability is longer and movement is slower
* Starts with three traps.
Part 5 Roy

(Friday the 13th: A New Beginning)

Unlocks at Level 01 * Starts with 6 throwing knives.
* Stalk ability lasts longer once activated.
* Can Run.
* Lower Hit Points for Jason and lower chance to successfully block attacks.
* Weaker grip for counselors to break out easier.
* Lower Stun Resistance.
Part 6 Jason

(Friday the 13th Part VI: Jason Lives)

Unlocks at Level 03 * Starts with 6 throwing knives.
* Jason's sense lasts longer once activated.
* Faster cooldown and movement on the Shift ability.
* Lower HP and lower chance to successfully block attacks.
* Can't Run.
* The cooldown for using the Morph ability takes longer.
Part 7 Jason

(Friday the 13th Part VII: The New Blood)

Unlocks at Level 07 * Tough Grip Strength.
* The sense ability lasts longer once activated.
* Faster swim speed.
* Can't Run.
* Slower cooldown and speed on the Shift ability.
* Starts with three traps.
Part 8 Jason

(Friday the 13th Part VIII: Jason Takes Manhattan)

Unlocks at Level 20 * Has a lower amount of hits required to break down doors and/or walls.
* The Stalk ability lasts longer once activated.
* Faster water speed.
* Can't Run.
* Sense ability won't last as long once activted.
* Weaker grip for counselors to break out easier.
Part 9 Jason

(Jason Goes to Hell: The Final Friday)

Unlocks at Level 31 * Faster cooldown and speed on the Shift ability.
* Stalk ability lasts longer once activated.
* Higher Stun Resistance.
* Can't Run.
* Lower Hit Points and lower chance to successfully block attacks.
* Starts with three traps.
Tom Savini's Jason Unlocks at Level N/A* * Faster cooldown and speed on the Shift ability.
* Has a lower amount of hits required to break down doors and/or walls.
* Can deal more damage with the current weapon.
* Can't Run.
* Very slow water speed.
* Weaker grip strength.
1989 NES Jason Unlocks at Level 01 Skin of Part 3 Skin of Part 3
Blue Coveralls Roy Unlocks at Level 01 Skin of Part 5 Skin of Part 5
  • Savini Jason is Download only for Backers, and a few who grabbed it on the Xbox and Playstation Store's after a mistake that led to its release.

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • Each Jason has their strengths and weakness mostly based on events depicted from the Friday the 13th film series. For instance, Part 6 Jason was the most noticeable one for using throwing knives in the movie, therefore the reason why he starts off with four when the game starts.
  • Four of the counselors in this game were based on Kickstarter backers who donated ten-thousand dollars to make an appearance as a counselor in the game. These counselors in particular are Eric, Adam, Brandon, and Kenny.