Which version of Kratos is stronger?
He's still the same god, but with more experience and wisdom. Kratos 1-2 was pretty damn naive on the fact that he lost so much because his anger got the better of him. This Kratos is by far the most powerful.
From animal control to wielding lightning, there seems to be almost no limit to what Kratos can do. He also, however, has his weaknesses, which his enemies frequently—and ruthlessly—use against him.
They add, too, that “10 years of service makes Kratos around 38 when he becomes the God of War.” This would, therefore make him around 50 years old by the end of God of War III, when he had been God of War for 12 years. There you have it. Kratos is likely around 1,055 years old and still kicking all sorts of arse.
Hercules even at the end of God of War II's cutscene seemed to have already ascended to Demi-God status and had long surpassed his 12th labor. Now, this rendition of Hercules was big... real big. His stature was such that he literally towered over Kratos both in height and muscle mass.
Because by the end of God of War III, Kratos lost all the powers he previously accumulated. Zeus' spirit took away all of his magic and destroyed all of his equipment except for the Blade of Olympus and the Blades of Exile.
The absolutely hardest fight in the game though was against Sigrun, the Queen of Valkyries.
He later avenges the deaths of his family and becomes the new "God of War" after killing Ares. Kratos is eventually revealed to be a demigod and the son of Zeus, who later betrays him.
It is implied that he has an intense fear of Kratos as well like how Zeus had, however unlike the Olympian he knew nothing about him except that he is extremely powerful, having faced and killed Modi, Magni, and Baldur. In addition, Odin jealously guards all the knowledge and secrets he collected.
Being the son of Zeus would mean instant Super Strength, and Kratos is a supreme level one at that. His feats of strength are stuff of legend. He was able to withstand attacks from gargantuan titans and even overpower them.
Does Kratos get Mjolnir in God of War Ragnarok? Unfortunately, you never get Mjolnir in God of War Ragnarok. However, you do get to see it in action several times as Thor accompanies Atreus on missions for Odin. Still, you'll never get to control its incredible power yourself.
Is Kratos the last Greek god?
Before God of War's protagonist Kratos crossed paths the gods of Norse Mythology, he made a name for himself by toppling the Greek Pantheon and destroying Olympus' most powerful rulers. However, there are close to a dozen Greek Gods that managed to survive Kratos' path of destruction.
Officially, Kratos is currently six foot and four inches. This is his redesigned height for the 2018 God of War and now its sequel, Ragnarök.
9/10 Weakest: Hermes (God Of War III)
He's still more of an actual fight than Helios, but it's unlikely many will get stuck against Hermes.
We'll update this list in the future as Kratos kills more of Greek mythology's most important gods and people, which at current count is 23. Non-gods and nobodies that Kratos has killed is currently a 15 digit number.
In Greek mythology, Koalemos (Ancient Greek: Κοάλεμος) was the god of stupidity, mentioned once by Aristophanes, and being found also in Parallel Lives by Plutarch.
The evils of the box also caused Zeus to develop an intense fear of Kratos, whom he now realized was the "Marked Warrior" foretold in the Oracle's prophecy that would perpetuate the cycle of patricide which led to Zeus overthrowing his own father Cronos.
Hades is a towering figure with hard-hitting attacks Kratos should watch out for if he wishes to win against the god. His chains are unrelenting and he will be assisted by his underworld minions. Kratos eventually overpowers this imposing creature and gains his soul and weapon, but it won't be a walk in the park.
Kratos is afraid of being found by others who might know of his deeds. He's afraid of how his legacy will come to affect Atreus, his son, and he's afraid that if the boy knows his history, he'll despise him.
4/15 Saitama Can Literally Beat Kratos With A Single Punch
Saitama does not get excited about battle anymore, and that is because he has become the strongest known being in the universe. Like Kratos, Saitama possesses inhuman strength and endurance, but unlike the God of War, he has unparalleled speed and reflexes.
- 15/15 Dante - Devil May Cry.
- 14/15 The Incredible Hulk - Ultimate Destruction.
- 13/15 Gene - Godhand.
- 12/15 Enoch - El Shaddai Ascension Of The Metatron.
- 11/15 Conan The Barbarian - Age Of Conan.
Who has defeated Kratos?
6/15 Zeus (God Of Lightning)
Zeus killed Kratos in God of War II (which is why Kratos has to escape from Hell), so it's only natural that Kratos would want to return the favor. The two powerhouses face off in a heated battle between father and son.
Of course, he's immortal, because of his lineage. His siblings are Nike ("Victory"), Bia ("Force"), and Zelus ("Zeal"). It is explained on the GOW book and on the recent Fallen Gods comic book: That Kratos is cursed to live forever due to the sins he has committed. He can't die, especially by his own hand.
He survived because he is cursed to walk the Earth forever,so whether he likes it or not he can't die. That's Zeus' punishment for Kratos betraying him.
Still haunted by his past, he eventually rebels against the gods and learns that he is the son of Zeus. While Kratos loses his powers in the final game, the position of God of War stays vacant - so he remains the God of War on a technicality.
Although they seem to lack mystical powers, except of course Odin, Freya, and the Vanir, their strength seems to be greater than the Greek Gods, as Baldur and Magni gave Kratos a noticeably greater challenge than the Greek Gods.