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|alias =
 
|alias =
 
|alliance =
 
|alliance =
|goal = Build the Northwest Manor (premortem)<br> Vengeance for the [[:Category:Northwest family|Northwests]] if they still refuse to keep their promise
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|goal = Build the Northwest Manor (premortem)<br> Vengeance on the [[:Category:Northwest family|Northwests]] if they still refuse to keep their promise
 
|home = [[Gravity Falls, Oregon]]
 
|home = [[Gravity Falls, Oregon]]
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|family = {{Expand|[[Manly Dan]] (descendant)|[[Wendy Corduroy]] (descendant)|[[Marcus, Kevin and Gus]] (descendants)}}
 
|friends = Lumber workers of Gravity Falls, Oregon (premortem)
 
|friends = Lumber workers of Gravity Falls, Oregon (premortem)
|enemies = [[Dipper Pines]] (former)<br>[[Preston Northwest]]<br>[[Priscilla Northwest]]<br>[[Nathaniel Northwest]]<br>[[Pacifica Northwest]] (former)
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|enemies = [[Dipper Pines]] (former)<br>[[Preston Northwest]]<br>[[Priscilla Northwest]]<br>[[Nathaniel Northwest]] (premortem)<br>[[Pacifica Northwest]] (former)
 
|likes =
 
|likes =
 
|dislikes = Betrayal<br>People breaking their promises
 
|dislikes = Betrayal<br>People breaking their promises
 
|weapons = Ax<br>Fire<br>Forest/plant manipulation
 
|weapons = Ax<br>Fire<br>Forest/plant manipulation
|fate = Killed by being hit on the head with an ax after being caught in a mudslide.<br>Peacefully leaves to the afterlife after Pacifica opens the gates to allow the town to join the party.
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|fate = Killed by being hit on the head with an ax after being caught in a mudslide (Physical)<br>Peacefully leaves to the afterlife after Pacifica opens the gates to allow the town to join the party (Soul)
 
|quote = "I smell... a Northwest!"
 
|quote = "I smell... a Northwest!"
 
}}
 
}}
'''Archibald Corduroy''' is a [[Ghosts|spirit]] haunting the [[:Category:Northwest family|Northwests']] [[Northwest Manor|mansion]], as well as a distant relative of [[Wendy Corduroy]].<ref name="GFJ" />
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'''Archibald Corduroy''' was a [[Ghosts|spirit]] haunting the [[:Category:Northwest family|Northwests']] [[Northwest Manor|mansion]], as well as a distant relative of [[Wendy Corduroy]].<ref name="GFJ" />
   
 
==History==
 
==History==
 
===Early Life===
 
===Early Life===
Long before [[Dipper Pines|Dipper]] and [[Mabel Pines|Mabel's]] arrival in [[Gravity Falls, Oregon|Gravity Falls]], Archibald Corduroy was among the lumberfolk commissioned by [[Nathaniel Northwest]] to construct their grand manor using the illustrious fortune garnered from the [[Northwest Cover-up]]. Enticed with promises of a lavish [[Northwest Fest|party]] open to all of Gravity Falls' residents, Archibald and the lumberjacks worked tirelessly to complete the manse, and endured dozens of sacrifices from the harsh working conditions.
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Long before [[Dipper Pines|Dipper]] and [[Mabel Pines|Mabel's]] arrival in [[Gravity Falls, Oregon|Gravity Falls]], Archibald Corduroy was among the lumberfolk commissioned by [[Nathaniel Northwest]] to construct a [[Northwest Manor|grand manor]] using the illustrious fortune garnered from the [[Northwest Cover-up]]. Enticed with promises of a lavish [[Northwest Fest|party]] open to all of Gravity Falls' residents, Archibald and the lumberjacks worked tirelessly to complete the manse, and endured dozens of sacrifices from the harsh working conditions.
   
 
However, upon the construction's fruition, the Northwests reneged on their promise and denied the town's commoners entry to the festivities, enraging Archibald and the lumberfolk. Before his untimely death in the Great Flood that shortly followed, Corduroy cursed the entirety of the Northwest family, swearing to return and exact vengeance upon them should they still refuse the citizens of Gravity Falls admittance to the party.
 
However, upon the construction's fruition, the Northwests reneged on their promise and denied the town's commoners entry to the festivities, enraging Archibald and the lumberfolk. Before his untimely death in the Great Flood that shortly followed, Corduroy cursed the entirety of the Northwest family, swearing to return and exact vengeance upon them should they still refuse the citizens of Gravity Falls admittance to the party.
   
 
===[[Season 2]]===
 
===[[Season 2]]===
In "[[Northwest Mansion Mystery]]," [[Pacifica Northwest]] discovers him in [[Northwest Manor|her family's home]] and contacts [[Dipper Pines]] to help her capture the specter. However, he soon overwhelms the children, and Dipper consults his [[Journal 3|Journal]] for advice, but only finds a suggestion to "beg for mercy." However, Dipper manages to trap the ghost in a silver mirror.
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In "[[Northwest Mansion Mystery]]," [[Pacifica Northwest]] discovers him in her family's home and contacts Dipper to help her capture the specter. However, he soon overwhelms the children. Dipper consults his [[Journal 3|journal]] for advice, but only finds a suggestion to "beg for mercy." Ultimately, Dipper manages to trap the ghost in a silver mirror after reading another passage in the journal.
   
The ghost tells Dipper his story, and attempts to convince the boy to release him. Dipper refuses, as his [[Mabel Pines|sister]] was in the manor, and he didn't want her to get hurt. The ghost then requests that Dipper let him see his beloved trees one last time. Dipper agrees, holding up the mirror. The ghost makes the mirror heat up, causing Dipper to drop it. The mirror shatters, and the ghost returns to the mansion, turning all the guests (and even Dipper) to wood.
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The ghost tells Dipper his story, and attempts to convince the boy to release him. Dipper refuses, as his sister was in the manor, and he didn't want her to get hurt. The ghost then requests that Dipper let him see his beloved trees one last time. Dipper agrees, holding up the mirror. The ghost makes the mirror heat up, causing Dipper to drop it. The mirror shatters and the ghost returns to the mansion, turning all the guests (and even Dipper) to wood.
   
Ultimately, Pacifica honors the deal made by her ancestors, opening the gates and letting the townsfolk in. The appeased ghost tells Pacifica that she is not like the other Northwests. He undoes his wood curse before finally passing on.
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Ultimately, Pacifica honors Nathaniel's deal, opening the gates and letting the townsfolk in. The appeased ghost tells Pacifica that she is not like the other Northwests. He undoes his wood curse before finally passing on.
   
 
==Appearance==
 
==Appearance==
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[[File:Fantasma_del_leñador.png|left|130px|The ghost after his demise.]]
 
[[File:Ghost of NW Manor as a human appearance.png|left|130px|The Ghost prior to his demise.]]
 
[[File:Ghost of NW Manor as a human appearance.png|left|130px|The Ghost prior to his demise.]]
The ghost takes the form of a lumberjack wearing a flannel shirt and jeans. He is missing his right eye. When angered, blue flames shoot out from his head to form a beard and hair. He is also seen with a single-sided ax in his head deep in a crack in his head, implying his cause of death. However. he also uses a separate, double sided axe as a weapon. He appears to be blue and has a blue aura around him. {{Clear}}
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The ghost takes the form of a lumberjack wearing a flannel shirt and denim overalls. He is missing his right eye. Blue flames shoot out from his head to form a beard and hair, which are able to turn red when the ghost is in its most powerful state. He is also seen with a single-sided ax deep in a crack in his head, which can be explained from a flashback which implies mudslides resulted in the ax being sent into his head, causing his death. The ghost also uses a separate, double sided axe as a weapon. He appears to be blue and has a blue, ghostly aura around him. {{Clear}}
   
 
==Sightings==
 
==Sightings==
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{{Quote|Come out... Come out... Wherever you are!|Ghost of Northwest Manor|Northwest Mansion Mystery}}
 
{{Quote|Come out... Come out... Wherever you are!|Ghost of Northwest Manor|Northwest Mansion Mystery}}
 
{{Quote|You've been had, boy. You remind me of me 150 years ago.|Ghost of Northwest Manor|Northwest Mansion Mystery}}
 
{{Quote|You've been had, boy. You remind me of me 150 years ago.|Ghost of Northwest Manor|Northwest Mansion Mystery}}
{{Quote|150 years ago this day, the Northwests asked us lumber folk to to build them a mansion atop the hill. We were told it would be a service to the town, that once a year they'd throw a grand party, and all would share in the bounty. It took years of backbreaking labor and sacrifice, but when it was time for the grand party they promised the common folk of the town, they refused to let us in. With the trees gone the mudslides began. While they partied and laughed, I was swept away by the storm. And so I said with final breath: '150 years I'll return from death. And if the gates still closed to town, wealthy blood will stain the ground.' A curse passed down till this day.|Ghost of Northwest Manor describing his motives|Northwest Mansion Mystery}}
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{{Quote|150 years ago this day, the Northwests asked us lumber folk to to build them a mansion atop the hill. We were told t'would be a service to the town, that once a year they'd throw a grand party, and all would share in the bounty. It took years of backbreaking labor and sacrifice, but when it was time for the grand party they promised the common folk of the town, they refused to let us in. (Past: You promised, Northwest!) With the trees gone the mudslides began. While they partied and laughed, I was swept away by the storm. (Past: WAHH!) And so I said with final breath: '150 years I'll return from death. And if the gates still closed to town, wealthy blood will stain the ground.' A curse passed down until this day.|Ghost of Northwest Manor describing his motives|Northwest Mansion Mystery}}
 
{{Quote|Generations locked away, my revenge shall have its day!|Ghost of Northwest Manor|Northwest Mansion Mystery}}
 
{{Quote|Generations locked away, my revenge shall have its day!|Ghost of Northwest Manor|Northwest Mansion Mystery}}
 
{{Quote|Yes, yes! It's happening. My heart, once as hard as oak, now grows soft like more of a birch or something.|Ghost of Northwest Manor|Northwest Mansion Mystery}}
 
{{Quote|Yes, yes! It's happening. My heart, once as hard as oak, now grows soft like more of a birch or something.|Ghost of Northwest Manor|Northwest Mansion Mystery}}
   
 
==Trivia==
 
==Trivia==
*There is a picture inside [[Corduroy cabin]] of a man named Archibald Corduroy that looks identical to the ghost, prior to his death. This seems to imply that the ghost is an ancestor of [[Wendy Corduroy]].<ref name="GFJ">{{Cite episode|GFJ}}</ref>
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*There is a picture inside [[Corduroy cabin]] of a man named Archibald Corduroy that looks identical to the ghost, prior to his death. This seems to imply that the ghost, who is never addressed by a proper name, is an ancestor of Wendy Corduroy.<ref name="GFJ">{{Cite episode|GFJ}}</ref>
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*After his encounter with Archibald Corduroy's ghost, Dipper creates a new category of ghosts in ''Journal 3'' titled "Demonic Vengeance Specter."<ref>{{Cite book|GFJ|Category 11: Demonic Vengeance Specter}}</ref>
 
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{{Creatures}}
 
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[[bg:Арчибалд Кордур]]
 
[[Category:Season 2 creatures]]
 
[[Category:Season 2 creatures]]
 
[[Category:Deceased]]
 
[[Category:Deceased]]
 
[[Category:Former antagonists]]
 
[[Category:Former antagonists]]
 
[[Category:Males]]
 
[[Category:Males]]
[[Category:Ghosts]]
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[[Category:Corduroy family]]

Latest revision as of 22:06, November 10, 2019

Archibald Corduroy was a spirit haunting the Northwests' mansion, as well as a distant relative of Wendy Corduroy.[1]

HistoryEdit

Early LifeEdit

Long before Dipper and Mabel's arrival in Gravity Falls, Archibald Corduroy was among the lumberfolk commissioned by Nathaniel Northwest to construct a grand manor using the illustrious fortune garnered from the Northwest Cover-up. Enticed with promises of a lavish party open to all of Gravity Falls' residents, Archibald and the lumberjacks worked tirelessly to complete the manse, and endured dozens of sacrifices from the harsh working conditions.

However, upon the construction's fruition, the Northwests reneged on their promise and denied the town's commoners entry to the festivities, enraging Archibald and the lumberfolk. Before his untimely death in the Great Flood that shortly followed, Corduroy cursed the entirety of the Northwest family, swearing to return and exact vengeance upon them should they still refuse the citizens of Gravity Falls admittance to the party.

Season 2Edit

In "Northwest Mansion Mystery," Pacifica Northwest discovers him in her family's home and contacts Dipper to help her capture the specter. However, he soon overwhelms the children. Dipper consults his journal for advice, but only finds a suggestion to "beg for mercy." Ultimately, Dipper manages to trap the ghost in a silver mirror after reading another passage in the journal.

The ghost tells Dipper his story, and attempts to convince the boy to release him. Dipper refuses, as his sister was in the manor, and he didn't want her to get hurt. The ghost then requests that Dipper let him see his beloved trees one last time. Dipper agrees, holding up the mirror. The ghost makes the mirror heat up, causing Dipper to drop it. The mirror shatters and the ghost returns to the mansion, turning all the guests (and even Dipper) to wood.

Ultimately, Pacifica honors Nathaniel's deal, opening the gates and letting the townsfolk in. The appeased ghost tells Pacifica that she is not like the other Northwests. He undoes his wood curse before finally passing on.

AppearanceEdit

Fantasma del leñador
Ghost of NW Manor as a human appearance
The ghost takes the form of a lumberjack wearing a flannel shirt and denim overalls. He is missing his right eye. Blue flames shoot out from his head to form a beard and hair, which are able to turn red when the ghost is in its most powerful state. He is also seen with a single-sided ax deep in a crack in his head, which can be explained from a flashback which implies mudslides resulted in the ax being sent into his head, causing his death. The ghost also uses a separate, double sided axe as a weapon. He appears to be blue and has a blue, ghostly aura around him.

SightingsEdit

Season 2

QuotesEdit

"Come out... Come out... Wherever you are!"
—Ghost of Northwest Manor[source]

"You've been had, boy. You remind me of me 150 years ago."
—Ghost of Northwest Manor[source]

"150 years ago this day, the Northwests asked us lumber folk to to build them a mansion atop the hill. We were told t'would be a service to the town, that once a year they'd throw a grand party, and all would share in the bounty. It took years of backbreaking labor and sacrifice, but when it was time for the grand party they promised the common folk of the town, they refused to let us in. (Past: You promised, Northwest!) With the trees gone the mudslides began. While they partied and laughed, I was swept away by the storm. (Past: WAHH!) And so I said with final breath: '150 years I'll return from death. And if the gates still closed to town, wealthy blood will stain the ground.' A curse passed down until this day."
—Ghost of Northwest Manor describing his motives[source]

"Generations locked away, my revenge shall have its day!"
—Ghost of Northwest Manor[source]

"Yes, yes! It's happening. My heart, once as hard as oak, now grows soft like more of a birch or something."
—Ghost of Northwest Manor[source]

TriviaEdit

  • There is a picture inside Corduroy cabin of a man named Archibald Corduroy that looks identical to the ghost, prior to his death. This seems to imply that the ghost, who is never addressed by a proper name, is an ancestor of Wendy Corduroy.[1]
  • After his encounter with Archibald Corduroy's ghost, Dipper creates a new category of ghosts in Journal 3 titled "Demonic Vengeance Specter."[2]

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References

  1. 1.0 1.1 Gravity Falls: Journal 3 by Disney Book Group. July 26, 2016. Published by Disney Press. ISBN: 978-1484746691.
  2. Gravity Falls: Journal 3 by Disney Book Group. July 26, 2016. Published by Disney Press. Page(s) Category 11: Demonic Vengeance Specter. ISBN: 978-1484746691.


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