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Kratos is a video game character from SIE Santa Monica Studio's God of War series, which was . written by Marv Wolfman, Kratos meets his wife Lysandra and they have a daughter named Calliope. Kratos, however, was forced to reverse his decision when Persephone used the Titan Atlas in a bid to destroy the world. The most notable thing about Atlas is that he has four arms instead of two. He warned Kratos that they would meet again and that he will regret serving the. You must trust me! Much has passed since we last met! Atlas: [tries again to crush him] Why would I ever trust a servant of Zeus? Kratos: [pushes Atlas' fingers.
Callisto attempted to reveal the identity of Kratos' father before being transformed against her will into a beast that Kratos was forced to kill. Before dying, Callisto advised Kratos to search for his brother Deimos in Sparta. Kratos first freed the Titan Thera from imprisonment, which caused the destruction of Atlantis.
In Sparta, Kratos learned of Deimos' location: He found and freed Deimos, who remained hostile toward his brother. After a skirmish between the siblings, Thanatos attacked Deimos, but after being rescued by Kratos, the pair joined forces to battle their foe.
At this point, Thanatos realizes Ares, Athena, and Zeus chose the wrong Spartan; it was Kratos who should have been taken, the "mark" being his red tattoo. Although Thanatos killed Deimos, the god was in turn killed by Kratos.
Kratos then returned to Olympus, enraged at the gods. He was falsely accused of murdering Argosand he killed Ceryxthe son of Hermes, for interfering in his search for the true assassin, who escaped. With the exception of a few details, such as the Golden Fleece and abdominal scar, this is largely Kratos' appearance throughout the Greek era of the series.
Kratos then joined the Spartan army in Rhodesintent on destruction.
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Zeus, however, weakened Kratos and tricked him into abandoning his godly powers into the Blade of Olympus, which Zeus used to kill Kratos. Although he overcame all obstacles, Kratos was stunned at Zeus's betrayal and swore revenge as he died.
Kratos fell into the Underworldbut was rescued by the Titan Gaia. Kratos, fueled by anger at his betrayal, agreed to aid the Titans and was instructed to find the Sisters of Fatewho are capable of returning him to the moment of Zeus' treachery.
Kratos became determined and utterly ruthless—in the pursuit of his goal he wounded a Titan, killed several Greek heroes without hesitation, and deliberately sacrificed two scholars. All three of the Sisters of Fate were killed when they opposed Kratos, who was prepared to kill Zeus in a final confrontation. Zeus was only saved when Athena intervened and sacrificed herself for him; only then does Kratos show remorse.
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He learned from a dying Athena that Zeus is, in fact, his father, a fact Zeus kept secret because he wished to avoid a repetition of what he did to his own father, Cronos. Kratos rejected any notion of a relationship and vowed to kill Zeus and destroy Olympus. Encouraged by Gaia, Kratos used the power of the Fates to retrieve the Titans before their defeat in the Great War, and with their assistance, stormed Mount Olympus.
Stranded in the Underworld and now betrayed by both the Olympians and Titans, Kratos learned from the spirit of Athena, who also provided the Blades of Exile, that he needed to find the Flame of Olympus, which is the key to defeating Zeus. Kratos murdered both Titans and gods, ignoring the warnings of his victims as he sought the Flame. Realizing the key to pacifying the Flame and reaching Pandora's Box engulfed by the Flame is Pandora herself, Kratos came to care for Pandora, who reminded him of his lost daughter Calliope.
Kratos showed humanity when he attempted to stop Pandora from sacrificing herself to quench the Flame, but reluctantly allowed the act when she said there was no other option.
Finding the box empty, and driven berserk by Zeus' mockery, Kratos attacked his father. Although Gaia interrupted and tried to kill Kratos and Zeus, she was destroyed by Kratos, who then apparently defeated Zeus. Zeus returned in spirit form and attacked Kratos, who retreated into his psyche.
Kratos forgave himself for his past sins with the help of Lysandra. Pandora later appeared and told Kratos that hope would save him. Kratos was revived and easily destroyed Zeus. Athena confronted Kratos and demanded that he return the power of hope; the contents of Pandora's Box. In a selfless act, Kratos refused, stated his need for vengeance was gone and impaled himself with the Blade of Olympus, which dispersed the power across the world for mankind's use.
Athena, disappointed with Kratos, removed the Blade and departed as Kratos collapsed next to the Blade of Olympus. The post-credits scene showed a trail of blood leading away from the Blade with Kratos' whereabouts unknown. God of War video game Many years after the events of God of War III, Kratos having survived his apparent death from releasing the power of Hope in Greece, ended up in ancient Scandinavia in the Norse realm of Midgard with a young son named Atreus, who is unaware of his true nature.
Kratos has abandoned his double-chained blades, and uses a magical battle axe called the Leviathan Axe that originally belonged to his second wife and Atreus' mother Laufeywho recently passed and who Kratos called Faye.
Her last wish was for her ashes to be spread at the highest peak of the nine realms. Around this time, Atreus falls ill, and after curing him, Kratos reveals to Atreus that he is a god. Kratos also recovers his old weapons, the Blades of Chaos, in order to battle the beings of Helheim as the Leviathan Axe is useless there. While retrieving the blades, Athena appears and goads him about his past. The pair also receive assistance from a Witch, later revealed to be the Vanir god Freyathe mother of Baldur who had cast a spell of immortality on Baldur to protect him, but it also caused him to no longer feel pain or pleasure, which he resented her for.
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Kratos and Baldur eventually battle, during which, Baldur's spell is broken. Kratos decides to let Baldur go, but Baldur attempts to kill Freya, forcing Kratos to kill him. Freya swears revenge against Kratos for killing her son and taunts Kratos for not revealing his troubled past to Atreus. Kratos decides to tell Atreus that he had killed his fellow Greek gods, including his father Zeus whose illusion he and Atreus saw in Helheim alongside an illusion of a younger Kratos from God of War III showing their final confrontationbut he and Atreus should learn from these experiences and not repeat past mistakes.
It is also revealed that Faye originally wanted to name their son Lokibut Kratos preferred Atreus, which was the name of an honorable Spartan comrade. In Midgard, Fimbulwinter began, and after returning home, Atreus has a vision that Thor will come for them at the end of Fimbulwinter. Out of Bounds along with his Clubs of Chaos. Broken Destinywhich includes his own story mode. The character has been parodied twice in The Simpsons franchise.
He appeared as the "God of Wharf" on a billboard advertising a chowder restaurant in The Simpsons Game. New Imprisonment After Persephone was killed, her death caused an explosion that destroyed part of the pillar where Atlas was trapped, leaving him to forever carry the world on his shoulders.
Atlas asked Kratos if the gods would help him. He warned Kratos that they would meet again and that he will regret serving the Gods of Olympus. God of War Statue of Atlas. When Kratos enters a chamber known as the Chamber of Atlas, he encounters a statue of Atlas which looks nothing like the actual Titan of Endurance.
Kratos notice that something was wrong, the giant iron ball that suppose to resemble the world is on the ground, instead on Atlas' shoulders. Kratos had to find the key which was known as the Handle of Atlas to wind the orb back into position. He does this by avoiding buzzsaws, climbing cliffs and a bunch of other dangerous obstacles.
After he found the key and placed the world back where it belongs, he processed to pull a lever, which cause the statue to toss the orb onto the door behind Kratos, causing it to open the sealed door. Years later, after Kratos killed Icarus and acquired his wings, he comes across Atlas, still holding the world on his shoulders. After he reached and destroyed the Chains of Torment, this relieved part of Atlas' burden but got his attention in the process. The Titan was not pleased to see the mortal who put this punishment on him and tried to crush Kratos with his fingers, but fails.
Kratos told Atlas that he now sought to destroy the gods for their betrayal and asked Atlas for his help to reach the Sisters of Fate. Atlas attempting to crush Kratos. At first, he didn't want to help Kratos and attempts to crush Kratos again.
After Kratos tells Atlas he was planning to kill Zeus with the Blade of Olympus, he tells him about the creation of the Blade of Olympus.
He eventually decides to help Kratos, by taking him to the other side of the Great Chasm and giving him the Atlas Quake. Powers and Abilities Atlas is a titan, so he has great Physical Strength. He's probably one of the strongest beings since he's holding the entire world on his shoulders.
It also seems that Atlas doesn't need to eat or sleep, because he's forever punished to hold the world on his shoulders and he never seems to physically look hungry or tired. And since Atlas is a titan, it's also likely that he's immortal. He is able to use magic related to the earth, and was able to grant the last of that power to Kratos. Gallery Kratos tying up Atlas' arms. Atlas after Kratos chained Atlas' arms to the world.