Ghost War is a contrasted grotesque sans serif typeface born out of a love of shoppe signage found in the United Kingdom during the 19th century. Featuring a tall & condensed stature, this display type fills any space available in its current three weights. At home in large headlines or shouted from the margins, Ghost War is a bold first statement said with gusto.
Compromised of three condensed weights (thin, medium, and bold), Ghost War contains a myriad of variety despite not including a lowercase. In the future, it will be updated with further widths and potentially more weights culminating in a full variable family.
Currently, it has support for ~400 Latinate languages. This is thanks to the Latin S character set suggested by Christoph Koeberlin in addition to the Currency Symbols In a Latin Language Character Set suggested by Alanna Munro. Please support them as well if possible.