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Kain
05-04-2014, 08:21 PM
How does well does Kratos do against the following old mythology's? Kratos gets all the powers he acquired through the series.



Greek/Roman Mythology
Norse Mythology
Chinese Mythology
Japanese Mythology



Bonus Round: Cthulhu MYthology

Numbuh24insane
05-04-2014, 08:24 PM
How does well does Kratos do against the following old mythology's? Kratos gets all the powers he acquired through the series.



Greek/Roman Mythology
Norse Mythology
Chinese Mythology
Japanese Mythology



Bonus Round: Cthulhu MYthology

Kratos gets wrecked.

For these gods that he will fight are REAL gods, gods that have powers that are beyond those of Kratos. Gods that have feats to their name.

The Chou Lives
05-04-2014, 08:47 PM
How does well does Kratos do against the following old mythology's? Kratos gets all the powers he acquired through the series.



Greek/Roman Mythology
Norse Mythology
Chinese Mythology
Japanese Mythology



Bonus Round: Cthulhu MYthology

1: Kratos mainly killed video game versions of these guys. The difference in Roman is Mars, is far more bad ass.

2: Norse are infact the most mortal of Gods. But I think their power can take the Pale Ghost down.

3: Chinese: Umm those guys control all time, space and creation. Not just Greece. Monkey King would troll him, badly.

4: Gods can die here. But has to be of their level. (Food Goddess killed by Moon God. And the first woman, who birthed most Gods, died in child birth for Flame God prime.)

Aside that? Could outwit him, as Kratos is too lineallar.

As ofr Underworlds in hwich to escape to redo? Not happennig with no Greek mythologies.


Bonus: Nyratholpe(Sp?) Is oging to have a field day, for he is 1,000 different forms, with different powers. And when Kratos stabs Azathoth, he wakes up and nuke him.

Ctuhlhu? Just drive Kratos crazier. Yog and his "children? Good luck fighting invisible horrors.

Cthulhu_of_R'lyeh
05-04-2014, 08:51 PM
Cthulhu wins one! Bahahahahahaha.

Guy1
05-04-2014, 08:51 PM
1: Kratos mainly killed video game versions of these guys. The difference in Roman is Mars, is far more bad ass.

2: Norse are infact the most mortal of Gods. But I think their power can take the Pale Ghost down.

3: Chinese: Umm those guys control all time, space and creation. Not just Greece. Monkey King would troll him, badly.

4: Gods can die here. But has to be of their level. (Food Goddess killed by Moon God. And the first woman, who birthed most Gods, died in child birth for Flame God prime.)

Aside that? Could outwit him, as Kratos is too lineallar.

As ofr Underworlds in hwich to escape to redo? Not happennig with no Greek mythologies.


Bonus: Nyratholpe(Sp?) Is oging to have a field day, for he is 1,000 different forms, with different powers. And when Kratos stabs Azathoth, he wakes up and nuke him.

Ctuhlhu? Just drive Kratos crazier. Yog and his "children? Good luck fighting invisible horrors.


Bills finger flicks him.:p

Primetime Harder
05-04-2014, 09:18 PM
Kratos is a non-issue to the Norse gods. He isn't part of Ragnarök, so he's not fated to kill them. Loki trolls the crap out of Kratos while setting up Thor to drop a mountain on him. Then Odin shatters the whole thing with a toss from Gungnir, just for laughs.

big_adventure
05-05-2014, 12:00 AM
Just to speak from Norse myth, in one little tale, Thor smashed a good part of a mountain range, wrestled and nearly defeated the concept of Old Age, lifted the world serpent and drank so much of the ocean that the giants feared global calamity. For all Kratos is badass, he just isn't doing anything to the guy who does that. And that's the most mortal and fragile of the groups of gods here, albeit one group with some pretty good, explicit feats.

Numbuh24insane
05-05-2014, 12:11 AM
Just to speak from Norse myth, in one little tale, Thor smashed a good part of a mountain range, wrestled and nearly defeated the concept of Old Age, lifted the world serpent and drank so much of the ocean that the giants feared global calamity. For all Kratos is badass, he just isn't doing anything to the guy who does that. And that's the most mortal and fragile of the groups of gods here, albeit one group with some pretty good, explicit feats.

Several things Thor was humiliated by the Giants in that tale, he did not lift the entirety of the serpent only a small portion, he was wrecked by the old grandma that was old age, and couldn't drink the vail of air which was the ocean. Beside that, Thor destroys Kratos easily.

big_adventure
05-05-2014, 01:46 AM
Several things Thor was humiliated by the Giants in that tale, he did not lift the entirety of the serpent only a small portion, he was wrecked by the old grandma that was old age, and couldn't drink the vail of air which was the ocean. Beside that, Thor destroys Kratos easily.

I never said Thor was not humiliated by the tricks of Utgard-Loki in that story, I just listed the feats. And he reduced the quantity of the oceans by feet, managed to move Old Age, and did indeed lift most of the serpent. Such results were copped to by Utgard-Loki himself at the conclusion of the tale, when he explained what happened.

Primetime Harder
05-05-2014, 02:51 AM
OK, so I just came up with an interesting scenario for Kratos vs. the Aesir.

To get into Asgard in the first place, he'd have to go through Heimdall. Since Heimdall is fated to die during Ragnarök, that's not happening. Kratos would have to change fate - a feat he's accomplished before - so he'd have to shimmy down the World Tree, all the way to the Well of Urđr. There he'd have to convince the Norns to change the fate of the gods for him, which would result in their laughing in his face and probably booting him back up to Midgard.

At that point, Loki would probably appear to him and offer to help, provided he accomplishes some ridiculous task like moving all the grains of sand on a beach or something. This is probably when Odin catches wind of Kratos' plans, and promptly sends Thor and Baldr (or Frey, if this happens after Baldr's death) to stomp him flat.

Numbuh24insane
05-05-2014, 03:23 AM
I never said Thor was not humiliated by the tricks of Utgard-Loki in that story, I just listed the feats. And he reduced the quantity of the oceans by feet, managed to move Old Age, and did indeed lift most of the serpent. Such results were copped to by Utgard-Loki himself at the conclusion of the tale, when he explained what happened.

No you overstated the feats, you said he almost beat old age which isn't true at all, though he did move old age. You also said he lifted most of the serpent, but he only lifted one paw which hardly quantifies as most.

big_adventure
05-05-2014, 08:49 AM
No you overstated the feats, you said he almost beat old age which isn't true at all, though he did move old age. You also said he lifted most of the serpent, but he only lifted one paw which hardly quantifies as most.

I think that you have to go back and reread the story - he moved Old Age which was something terrifying to the giants, and moved the whole serpent - the paw was the illusion cast to make it a humiliation - which also scared the crap out of them.