The Story of Kratos

Topics: Greek mythology, Zeus, Sparta Pages: 2 (518 words) Published: March 21, 2011
Brooklyn Collegiate Etinosa Otagho Class – 701 May 30, 2006

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In a very distant past there was a conference taking place with three gods on mount Olympus. This conference would forever change the world. The names of the gods in the conference were Ares, Athena, and their father Zeus. They were there to discuss the name of the mortal known as Kratos. Zeus had noticed his son Ares was becoming a monster and would become pure evil.

Kratos had been a champion of the gods. He was the captain of his Spartan army. Little did anybody that Kratos would become legend. There was a war taken place of Kratos’s army of Spartans against an army of barbarians. Kratos was out numbered by millions. The war lasted for days and just before the life of the young Spartan captain was about to end Kratos called for the help of the god of war Ares and specifically said “Ares!!!!!!! If you help me defeat my enemies my soul is yours”. As Ares began to descend on earth gray clouds circled then sky. When Ares had landed on earth a big earth quake happened Ares made this orb of red energy which instantly either burned the barbarians to flame or instantly bent them in half. Ares gave Kratos the blades of chaos. Which were burnt on to his skin which made them binded to him unwillingly. This would instantly help Kratos destroy his enemies.

Kratos had given up his soul which meant he was forever to do the evil orders from Ares. Area had tricked Kratos to killing his wife and daughter. The gods did not take this lightly. They plotted to kill Ares. Kratos was cursed with nightmares each day of what he had done to his family. The gods then told Kratos about his mission given to kill Ares and they said if you do this for us we will forgive you for your terrible deed. To do this you will need Pandora’s Box.

Kratos had to do what many man have tried but never succeeded in doing which...
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