i can't remember what happened exactly during the times when mimir or kratos were telling stories to atreus while on the boat. Press J to jump to the feed. This subreddit is dedicated to discussion of the games and sharing news about them. because unlike most people i'm assuming i kind of interrupt their stories so i can continue playing stuff in the game bc i'm just way too excited about everything. "I killed many who were deserving...........and many who were not". But killing them didn't undo the things they did, it was just senseless revenge, giving in to his anger, causing more pain to add to the cycle. Plus Zeus had a legitimate gripe with Kratos in GoWII, Kratos was on the warpath destroying Greece city by city out of anger. Bei Hyginus wird er mit lateinischem Namen Potestas genannt. As Zeus killed his Father and so on. Cursing Callisto and making her turn into that thing is on Zeus. I see it differently than people in this thread. I'm curious what anyone else thinks about this or how they interpreted this.Does Kratos actually regret kililng Zeus himself, or is it the shame of being a father killer, or is it his son's reaction? Or posting anything related to GOW really. Imprisonment and torture of Deimos is on Zeus. Yes, the gods were terrible to him. Atreus is his real chance at redemption. Its one thing to tell atreus " i killed my father" how about "i killed thousands of fuckin inocents BOY! God of War won Game of the Year 2018. He wants so protect Boy from reaching a point of no return. But possibly wishing he did have some kind of father after raising Atreus (dont mean to get to deep for some people but this is also how i feel being a son from a single mother lifestyle approaching the point fatherhood) He still thinks Zeus should have been slain but in a perfect world he wouldn't have to kill his parent, as with Baldur being stopped from killing his parent, Death of a parent occurs a few times in this game. It didn't change a thing, it didn't end his nightmares, it didn't make him a better person. Plus Kratos is a father, he wants to break the Greek mythological cycle of sons killing/defeating fathers. That's why he stopped Baldur from killing his mother, too. Based on the dialogue at the end of the game, some who deserves and some who didn't, seems like Kratos doesn't regret what he's done just regretting it had to happen. And now he doesn't want Atreus to be the same person he was. Press question mark to learn the rest of the keyboard shortcuts. Leaving kratos without a daddy to grow up with is on Zeus. The father is trying to become in the newest game would've likely allowed himself to die knowing his wife and daughter would live and he wouldn't have brought destruction to his homeland. Zeus was probably no saint before that, but his worst actions were a direct result of that. Yes. I didn't really get why Kratos seemed remorseful for killing him but now I think the reason is just due to the fact that Kratos is the ashamed of the fact that he is a father killer and while Zeus didn't love Kratos, Kratos actually loves Atreus and doesn't want his son knowing that he killed his father because he is afraid that Atreus might disown him. They weren’t always enemies, and most of Zeus’ evil actions can be chalked up to Kratos opening Pandoras Box in the first game. I don't think it's so much him regretting killing Zeus himself, more the fact that he didn't want Atreus to find out what happened - he possibly shares Zeus' fear of his son killing him and 'replacing' him. Or he just didn't want Atreus to think he was some kind of monster, and, as the game suggests, that that is the fate of all Gods. ", New comments cannot be posted and votes cannot be cast. Plus Zeus had a legitimate gripe with Kratos in GoWII, Kratos was on the warpath destroying Greece city by city out of anger. He is certainly glad he killed zeus and ares and such but he clearly realises that he killed his entire civilisation. Then maybe Zeus should have done what the Gods promised him. All those people who asked him for help he kills in the past games to further his goal. He becomes very solemn, quiet and sometimes defensive whenever he is brought up. The main time I can think of this is when Kratos and Atreus visit the dead Reavers body and Atreus can't believe it and looks at Kratos expecting some sort of reaction, but Kratos turns in the other direction because he can't even look at Atreus because the guilt is welling up inside of him From about the time from when Kratos was a young man (I'd say 14 or so) up until the end of God of War 3, Zeus had been the catalyst behind most of the terrible things that happened in Kratos's life. Kratos says "The cycle ends here" implying what you said. Plus Kratos is a father, he wants to break the Greek mythological cycle … so i just thought that rapport was kinda interesting. He wanted to end the cycle. He is a father again and Faye must be a real special, unique woman to bring love and all back to him. You mean of what Kratos really is and has done? Zues' main problem was the pride and arrogance after ending the Great War and then being infected with Fear. He had his brother stolen from him, cursed his mother, in a way caused the death of Kratos's Wife and Child (although that might be stretching it --- that is mainly Ares's doing) and killed him and destroyed the his home city. Throughout the entire game ,it seems that Kratos regretted killing Zeus and for the longest time and I couldn't really understand why. I'm sure he regrets everything. I took it more as he direly didn't want Atreus to learn of his past, Father-killing is a common practice in any mythology. and this was when i had no idea that kratos killed zeus bc i never played any GOW after the first one. I do think Kratos regrets killing Zeus. Not caring when kratos is about to jump off the cliff at the end of part 1 to commit suicide is on Zeus. Like Odin, Zues fears/hates prophecy. Plus Zeus had a legitimate gripe with Kratos in GoWII, Kratos was on the warpath destroying Greece city by city out of anger. The interesting thing is, if he could go back to his lost battle knowing what he would do and become, would he have asked Ares to intervene? then later, arteus mentioned that he gets angry at kratos sometimes. This is why I'm hoping we get a DLC surrounded by how/when Kratos met Faye. Kratos regrets killing Zeus because he wishes he had just walked away and gone on to live his own peaceful life, like he did anyway. and kratos was like, o rly when do you get angry at me??? He just hates the fact he was forced to go so far. Not because he misses him or has forgiven him for what he did, but because he found out that revenge brought him no solace. Kratos from the previous 7 games is very unlike the one we see now. He ruled over and manipulated the other gods while also using him as a pawn. Er ist ein Sohn des Pallas und der Styx. SO with that said, i remember atreus commenting on a story about a son killing their father- saying something along the lines of "who would ever kill their own father?" and atreus was like, i do sometimes but s'not like i'd kill you or anything haha! God of War is a third person action-adventure video game developed by Santa Monica Studio and published by Sony Interactive Entertainment. Kratos (griechisch Κράτος, Macht, Stärke) ist in der griechischen Mythologie die Personifikation der Macht und rohen Gewalt. Why should Atreus listen to his own father when his father didn't care enough to respect his own father's life? Kratos wanted the Cycle to really End here. He could have stopped Ares from the events leading up to killing his own family. Thankfully, Atreus doesn't view it in this light but I find it interesting that Kratos didn't mention how terrible of a father Zeus was and didn't really get why he regretted killing Zeus. The cycle thing made things a lot worse. If things had gone different then things might have been strained but better with Zeus. It’s less of that and more of, he’s trying to shelter his son from finding out that he killed him. I saw someone point this out which would be cool to spread. Seine Geschwister sind Zelos, Bia, und Nike. He wants his son to become something better than he was, but how would his son react if he found out that his father killed his own father? For one, Zeus didn't stick around. Zeus brought his Death on himself because of his fear of Kratos, and quite frankly deserved to die. He doesn't want to make the same mistakes he did with his daughter with his son. Zeus was probably no saint before that, but his worst actions were a direct result of that. and kratos being like, "hrmph...". He's a POS dad considering all the 'things' he's sired. Which is ALSO what Zeus says to Kratos at the beginning of GoWII.
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