Why worry? Each one of us is carrying an unlicensed nuclear accelerator on his back.


The Proton Pack is the primary ghost capturing device used by the Ghostbusters.

Designed in 1984 by Egon Spengler and Ray Stantz, the Proton Pack counters the negative energy which ghosts are made of with a Proton Stream, a stream of positively charged ions which can harness a ghost. The Proton Stream is very dangerous and barely controllable. Egon has also mentioned that crossing Proton Streams will result in total protonic reversal causing all life as we know it to stop instantaneously and every molecule in a user's body to explode at the speed of light.

The Proton Packs are nuclear powered. The power cells of the Proton Pack have a half life of 5,000 years.

Powers and Stats

Tier: 9-B | High 6-B

Name: The Proton Pack

Origin: Ghostbusters

Age: Designed in 1984

Classification: Ghost Capturing Device

Wielders: All the Ghostbusters

Powers and Abilities: Particle Beams, Intangibility Negation, Energy Manipulation | Can cause a total protonic reversal

Attack Potency: Wall Level (Caused this much damage, could light The Stay Puft Marshmallow Man on fire) | Large Country level via calculation, Can ignore durability to some extent by destroying atoms

Speed: Unknown | Unknown, Can make atoms explode at the Speed of Light

Durability: Likely Street Level to Wall Level (As a simple man-made machine, it shouldn't be really hard to destroy) | Doesn't change durability

Range: Some meters | Some kilometers (Coul have accidentaly destroyed the entire state of New York)

Weaknesses: Crossing the streams could result in the destruction of not only the users but also the surroundings

Key: One Proton Pack | Four Proton Pack Crossing Their Streams


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Cross the streams

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