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Ghost Princess (formerly Warrior Princess and in the comics known as Anti-Ghost Princess and Auntie Ghost Princess) makes her first appearance in "Prisoners of Love," where she is kidnapped by the Ice King. She also makes appearances in "What is Life?" in Ice King's Imagination Zone and in "Loyalty to the King," as one of the princesses who wanted to marry Nice King. In the latter Jake yells at her to make her go away, which makes her think that Nice King hates her and causes her to cry. She is the main character in "Ghost Princess" where she discovers the cause of her death and ascends to the 50th dead world with Clarence.


She is transparent,[1] light blue in color, and wears a floating tiara with a green gem. Upon close inspection, the dress she wears is actually attached to her head. Her overall appearance is much like that of a traditional "floating sheet" ghost, and similar to Raggedy Princess' appearance. She has unusual eyes compared to most Adventure Time characters.

When she was alive, Ghost Princess was Warrior Princess, who wore brown armor and had long blonde hair. She had green skin and a tiara with a green gem.


As Warrior Princess, she was confident and stubborn, not willing to surrender to Clarence, even though she loved him.

As Ghost Princess, she seems to be very shy and sensitive. She was also very forgiving, as she forgave Clarence for ending her life.


Ghost Princess was formerly a ruler of an unknown kingdom, which she ruled under the name "Warrior Princess." One day, a battle started between the forces of Warrior Princess and the forces of her lover, Clarence, to see who will rule with Warrior Princess's kingdom. During the battle, Clarence murdered Warrior Princess.

Since she could not remember who killed her, she continued walking the mortal plane as a ghost, waiting to ascend to the Dead World. She discovers the cause of her death and ascends to the 50th dead world with Clarence.

When Finn arrives in the 50th Dead World in his search for Jake, Ghost Princess and Clarence along with numerous other souls are there as well, all of whom are apparently in an unresponsive and peaceful state of mind.


The following information is from the Adventure Time comic book series. It may not be part of the same canon or continuity as the animated series.

After they reached the afterlife, Clarence abandoned Ghost Princess for all the other ghost girls, proving he actually was "some donkus." Ghost Princess, being the only friendly ghost, was constantly bullied by the other ghosts. By sheer force of will, she revived herself and began to wage a war on ghosts. She became an expert in ghost-hunting equipment and joined up with Cherry Chris and Hairy Chris to create the Ghost Destroyers: a team of ghost hunters.

When Finn and Jake are turned into ghosts and accidentally scare Princess Bubblegum, she calls the Ghost Destroyers, but Finn accidentally causes their ghost-capturing apparatus to jam, causing a cascade that frees all the ghosts from their containment unit.


  • She harnesses powers similar to the elementary "ghost": she can move through objects and float.


I'm really nervous right now... I-I just really want to meet a nice king.

—"Loyalty to the King"

Until I discover the cause of my death, my soul can't ascend to the 50th Dead World. But as a ghost, I have no memory of my mortal life... And no idea how I died.

—"Ghost Princess"

It's all right, Finn. I'm calling off the investigation. I don't feel tormented anymore now that I'm with Clarence.

—"Ghost Princess"

I forgive you, Clarence. Take my hands! Ascend with me to the 50th Dead World!

—"Ghost Princess"


  • The Ghost Princess is one of Ice King's least favorite princesses because he can't hold her with his "love mitts," as stated in "Hitman."
  • Even though she possesses the power to pass through solid objects, she never attempts to leave the locked cell in the episode "Prisoners of Love" until Finn saves her and the other Princesses (though, if the cell was made from the Ice King's ice, it may have been magic and could have stopped her from escaping).
  • When interrogated by Finn, the ghost of the individual, Boilbee, buried next to Ghost Princess's body states that "she's been here longer than almost everybody!" confirming that she died longer ago than most of the others buried in the cemetery.
  • The single word "FEMALE" is inscribed on Ghost Princess' grave.
  • In the episodes "Loyalty to the King" and "Prisoners of Love," Ghost Princess seems to have a high but relatively normal voice, but throughout the episode "Ghost Princess," there are ghostly effects added to it.
  • There is no apparent division between Ghost Princess' dress and her head and arms.
  • She makes a cameo appearance in the title card for "Princess Monster Wife."
  • Her phone consists of five floating squares.
  • In Ice King's imagination zone, shown in "What is Life?," Ghost Princess seems to be glowing more than usual.
  • In the comic book, Ghost Princess has been replaced with Ghost Princess 2.
    • In issue #28 of the comic, Ghost Princess 1 returns, revealing that she did not like it in the 50th Dead World because hot ghosts were always hitting on Clarence, and were mean to her. Through force of will, she returned to life as Warrior Princess, and became "Anti-Ghost Princess," hunting down rogue ghosts in Ooo. However, this series is not canon to the events of the cartoon, and these events were later contradicted in "Together Again."
  • According to CN Latin America, she wishes for a hug, and her greatest fear is, ironically, ghosts.
  • On the CN website, if you have an account, you can change your profile picture to Ghost Princess.
  • It is unknown whether she was a registered princess before she ascended to the 50th Dead World and whether she was registered as Warrior Princess or Ghost Princess.

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