God of War: Ascension Wraiths | Barbarian King | This would be achieved by putting the Gods to sleep by Morpheus’ power and freeing Atlas, allowing him to capture Helios, the God of the Sun, and destroy the Pillar of the World which held the Earth and Olympus in place. She could also summon multiple large pillars of energy that protruded from the ground, and shoot large beams of energy. Loyalties Disciples of Ares | Indeed, the Elysian Mysteries (Persephone’s main cult) believed that Hades and Persephone had a faithful and a loving marriage with each other. Satyr | Valkyries | Icarus | For God of War III on the PlayStation 3, a GameFAQs Q&A question titled "How do I solve the puzzle with Persephone (in her glass coffin) in the Palace of Hades? Her actions would later foreshadow Kratos' own actions in taking revenge against the Gods. They were both impaled, had their last words before dying and their bodies exploded. Persephone Completely convinced that all life in the world is corrupted, coming from her history of betrayal, she will stop at nothing to eradicate it, having no concern for her own life and no remorse for the dead that she has taken care of for far too long. However, Helios, being held in Atlas's hand, radiated the ray of light which Kratos used to weaken the goddess. She wore part of her long black hair in a ponytail-like bun held together with a gold band while the rest was allowed to fall free down her neck. Type of Villain Zeus, God Of War III Danaus | She was usually portrayed robed, carrying a sheaf of grain and smiling with the "Archaic smile" of the Kore of Antenor. Crimes Argos | She could also summon multiple large pillars of energy that protruded from the ground, and shoot a large beams of energy. Demeter searched everywhere for … Zeus, God Of War (PS4) Furthermore, Persephone could throw projectiles through telekinesis, as well as conjure large rocks to serve as projectiles. Persephone explained to Kratos that if he were to see his daughter, who fled to the Elysium Fields, he would need to prove himself worthy by giving up his power and weapons. Typhon | She is the first out of four Gods (chronologically first) whose deaths cause their bodies to explode. She is the first main antagonist of the series that Kratos kills not out of a personal vendetta but because he was forced to do so. Persephone is the Olympian Goddess of Spring, Queen of the Underworld, and the main antagonist in God of War: Chains of Olympus. Pothia | Basilisk | Piraeus Lion | She was the daughter of both Zeus and Demeter, and quite favored by her mother. Herself Gods of Olympus | With his blades, Kratos managed to follow Persephone by latching himself onto her. They battled atop the Pillar, where Persephone was aided by Atlas. Theseus | It can be argued, however, that Kratos personally enjoyed killing Persephone, since she singled out his daughter as a target. Giant Arachnid | Angered by Hades, Zeus demanded he return Persephone, sending Hermes to retrieve her. Hobby Alias In Greek mythology, Persephone (Περσεφόνη) was the personification of the earth's fruitfulness and was also the Queen of the Underworld. Barbarians | She was usually portrayed robed, carrying a sheaf of grain and smiling with the "Archaic smile" of the Kore of Antenor. Godly powersTelekinesisEnergy projectiles through telekinesisAs well as conjure large rocks of debris that also served as projectilesSummoning multiple large pillars of energy that protruded from the groundUnleashing large beams of energyImmortalityHigh resistance powersEnhanced sensesSuper agilityShapeshifting abilities For this reason, she has come to bear a deep hatred towards not just Olympus, but the entire world. As a goddess, she was immortal and had high resistance, enhanced senses, superhuman agility, stamina, speed, strength, durability, endurance, and accuracy. She, like Ares, is buried in a decorated coffin. Despite Helios's attempts to reassure the goddess that her daughter's marriage was honorable, the seasons changed because of Demeter’s depression, and mortals began to starve because their crops were dying. Powers/Skills The second was. Trolls | Persephone only briefly appears, as part of a puzzle. Her body then started to disintegrate releasing an incredible amount of energy, and Persephone, goddess of the Underworld, finally ceased to exist. Ironically, her actions would be carry out by Kratos him when fighting the Gods. Ares, God of War Comics She taunted Kratos over the fact that he could do nothing to save his daughter. Cries from the mortals' hunger forced the gods who heard their anguish to confront Zeus. Before doing so, however, Hades either tricked/forced Persephone into eating three pomegranate seeds or Persephone ate them herself, which seasons are based on Demeter's mood during each time of the seasons. ". Demeter searched everywhere for her daughter for nine days, until she was informed by Helios of what happened. Sea Snake | Colossus of Rhodes | It's also likely that Helios was involved in killing her or removing her divinity. Persephone is invincible until blasted with the solar beam at the end of the fight. Athena | Hades himself later mentions her death as one of the many grievances the Lord of the Underworld has against Kratos. She became the queen of the underworld through her abduction by Hades, the god of the underworld. Harpies | Kratos demanded her to see his daughter. This would be achieved by putting the gods to sleep by Morpheus’ power and freeing Atlas, allowing him to capture Helios and destroy the Pillar of the World. God of War: Chains of Olympus God of War III (as a corpse). He then smashed her to death with the Gauntlet of Zeus. Erinys | Titans | As Persephone has lived a miserable life since she was betrayed by the Gods and forced to wed Hades, she has come to bear a hatred towards not just Olympus, but the entire world. She has come to think that humanity is selfish and weak, and that is why she intends to eradicate it completely. Revenant | She would be at peace and be free from her miserable existence. She wore a long black strapless dress that trailed behind her that was split from her shoulders in a V-shape exposing most of her back and part of her buttocks. ". Persephone was Kratos' half-sister and aunt by marriage, while Hel is his granddaughter. This makes her an exceptional villain, as she bears no personal vendetta against Kratos, but is simply trying to end her own misery. Marina Gordon Gyges | Rocs | When she took her last breath, she released a death blast similar to but weaker than Ares that was potent enough to vaporize the very durable pillar of the world. Goals Aegaeon | In Greek mythology, Persephone , also called Kore (/ˈkɔːriː/ KOR-ee; Greek: Κόρη; "the maiden"), is the daughter of Zeus and Demeter. Kratos gave up his chance to be with Calliope to regain his powers and weapons so that he might be able to stop Persephone. Persephone was the Queen of the Underworld and was the one responsible for orchestrating the events throughout the game. Herodius | Goddess Occupation Born in Mount Olympus, Persephone was the daughter of Demeter and Zeus.She was quite favored by her mother when she became the Goddess of Fruitfulness where she provided fruit to the gods. This makes her the first god in the series who was killed by Kratos, and did not participate in the Great War; the second is Thanatos. With his blades, Kratos managed to follow Persephone by latching himself onto her. Thanatos, God Of War: Betrayal In her last breath, the last words she said to Kratos was that his suffering would never end. After Hades decided to kidnap Persephone, she was betrayed by the Gods and forced to wed her kidnapper. Persephone's act in attempting to destroy the world is extremely unfaithful with her original mythological self. Misc. Dragons | Demeter searched everywhere for her daughter, until she was informed by Helios of what happened. In Greek mythology, Persephone (Περσεφόνη), was the goddess of spring and was also the Queen of the Underworld. Persephone is the Goddess of Fruitfulness who became the Queen of the Underworld after been forced to marry Hades.. Persephone explained to Kratos that if he were to see his daughter, who fled to the Elysium Fields, he would need to prove himself worthy by giving up all of his powers and all of his weapons. Persephone's death was similar to her half-brother, Ares. TreacheryAttempted cataclysmAttempted deicide Only then would he be granted passage into the Elysium Fields as well. Because of that explosion the Pillar of the World was destroyed, forcing Atlas to forever hold the world on his shoulders. Assassin | Hera | Persephone is the Olympian Goddess of Spring, Queen of the Underworld, and the main antagonist in God of War: Chains of Olympus. Family Member/s https://villains.fandom.com/wiki/Persephone_(God_of_War)?oldid=3847199, Despite trying to destroy the world, herself and the gods, including her husband, It's strange that we see her body explode at her death in. Skorpius | Sisters of Fate (Lahkesis, Atropos & Clotho) | Furthermore, Persephone could throw projectiles through telekinesis, as well as conjure large rocks of debris that also served as projectiles. Persephone often possessed a mysterious and intimidating demeanor, incredibly pale likely from the time spent within the Underworld, she always held a distant look in her gaze as though she were observing something a million miles away. Hades himself later mentions her death alongside Athena's and Poseidon's as one of the many grievances the Lord of the Underworld has against Kratos. She had become bitter from caring over the fallen and allied herself with the dream god Morpheus and the mighty Titan Atlas, in hopes of destroying the world along with herself. Longing to be free from the underworld forever.Resenting her fellow Olympian gods for deserting her. According to the God of War II novel, Hades might have indirectly been in on her plan. Legionnaire | Former goddess of innocenceHades' wife by forced marriageGoddess of the Underworld. Vindictive Deity. Full Name Goddess of Spring Queen of the Underworld Hercules | Dark Rider/Dark Griffin | Cronos | Longing to be free from the underworld forever. Also, when Kratos battles Hades, it is within one of Persephone's grottoes, and her face is even engraved in the center of the floor where Kratos fights with Hades. Perses | Kratos' Ghost | She claims to see herself in Kratos, due to their mutual suffering at the hands of the gods. Cyclops | While chasing his daughter, Calliope, in the Underworld, Kratos eventually comes across Persephone. Kratos angrily tried to attack Persephone, but she merely blasted him away. She was an innocent goddess who was abducted by Hades while she picked flowers in a field with Nymphs. Evil-doer Scylla | Gender Some stories claim that Persephone never loved Hades, but a more popular story states that Persephone ended up falling for Hades and in one story, Proserpina (Persephone) turned the nymph Minthe into a plant out of jealousy and anger for the poor nymph that tried to seduce Pluto (Hades). Persephone is one of the few gods that did not participate, and may not have been born yet, during the First Great War, which may explain Atlas joining forces with her as opposed to killing her. She taunted Kratos over the fact that he could do nothing to save his daughter. Before doing so, however, Hades tricked Persephone into eating pomegranate seeds, which would force Persephone to return to him for a season each year. Destroy the universe and fellow deities as revenge for her suffering. Euryale | Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. Persephone was the Queen of the Underworld and was the one responsible for orchestrating the events throughout the game. The Romans called her Proserpina. Female Similar myths appear in the cults of male go… Mole Cerberus | Able to fly at great speed thanks to her sets of wings, she was able to deliver diving strikes at Kratos with her fists. Goddess of spring and rebirthFormer goddess of innocenceHades' wife by forced marriageGoddess of the Underworld. Persephone only briefly appears, as part of a puzzle. Stone Talos | When she died, there was an explosion. As he finally reunited with his daughter, Kratos realized he had been tricked by Persephone when she revealed her plot to destroy the world. Persian Army | Centaurs | She was usually portrayed robed, carrying a sheaf of grain and smiling with the "Archaic smile" of the Kore of Antenor. Persephone only briefly appears, as part of a puzzle. He angrily tried to attack Persephone, but she merely blasted him away. Also, when Kratos battles Hades, it is within one of Perseph… Atlas | Hephaestus | The two actually share the same family. Kerosians | Her prejudice is so great, she is willing to commit suicide to destroy the world, her plan being to die in peace and bring the world down with her. In her final battle with Kratos, Persephone displayed numerous types of special abilities. Cries from the mortals' hunger forced the gods who heard their anguish to confront Zeus and Demeter. More so, her worshipers from the Elysian Mysteries believed that she was happy with Hades. Voiced by Ceryx, God Of War II Since in Ancient Greek mythology, while often being referred to as the “dread” goddess, Persephone often helped out the heroes that ventured to the underworld, such as Heracles and Orpheus. Draugr | God of War Chains of Olympus - Persephone Boss Battle. Hermes | Arms of Hades | Title Magni | Only then would he be granted passage into the Elysian Fields as well. Persephone The Romans called her Proserpina. Freya, Creatures in God of War To be free from the Underworld forever.Destroy the universe and fellow deities as revenge for her suffering. Ironically, her actions foreshadowed Kratos' own path of vengeance as the world would suffer when he killed most of the Olympian Gods being plunged into non-ending chaos. Hydra | Also, when Kratos battles Hades, it is within one of Persephone's grottoes, and her face is even engraved in the center of the floor where Kratos fights with Hades. She was the daughter of both Demeter and Zeus, and quite favored by Demeter. Birthplace However, this never occurred in Ancient Greek mythology. Morpheus | Demigods | As he finally reunited with his daughter, Kratos realized he had been tricked by Persephone when she revealed her plot to destroy the world. Elephantaur | Kratos stated that Ares is the only god he's slain in. The myth of her abduction represents her function as the personification of vegetation, which shoots forth in springand withdraws into the earth after harvest; hence, she is also associated with spring as well as the fertility of vegetation. Polyphemus | Cerberus | Deceased Gorgons | Thor | The Dissenter | Information If you are 18 years or older or are comfortable with graphic material, you are free to view this page. While chasing his deceased daughter, Calliope, in the Underworld, Kratos, the gods' servant, was met by Persephone and demanded to see his daughter. Goddesss of Spring and InnocenceGoddess of the Underworld Helios | In-Game Information She seems to think of herself and her brother Kratos as being similar, as they were both betrayed by the Gods. Doppelgängers | Appears in However, Helios, being held in Atlas's hand, radiated the ray of light which Kratos used to weaken the goddess. Resenting her fellow Olympian gods for deserting her. Hades' Phoenix | Hades himself later mentions her death alongside Athena's and Poseidon's as one of the many grievances the Lord of the Underworld has against Kratos. Charon | Zeus (father)†Demeter (mother)Gaia (great-grandmother) †Ouranos (great-grandfather) †Cronos (grandfather) †Rhea (grandmother)Aphrodite (great-aunt)Alecto (great-aunt)†Megaera (great-aunt)†Tisiphone (great-aunt)†Gyges (great-uncle) †Aegaeon (great-uncle) †Hyperion (great-uncle) †Oceanus (great-uncle) †Hera (step-mother/aunt) †Hades (uncle/husband) †Poseidon (uncle) †Hestia (aunt)Hercules (half-brother) †Athena (half-sister) †Ares (half-brother) †Peirithous (half-brother/lover) †Kratos (half-brother)Deimos (half-brother)†Apollo (half-brother)Artemis (half-sister)Hephaestus (half-brother) †Hermes (half-brother) †Perseus (half-brother) †Theseus (half-brother) †Minos (half-brother) †Triton (cousin) She was the first female who was the main antagonist in the. She was an innocent goddess who was abducted by Hades while she picked flowers in a field with Nymphs. Pollux & Castor | As a goddess, she was immortal and had high resistance powers, enhanced senses, super agility, and shape-shifting abilities, which allowed her to grow beyond Kratos' size. Temple of Persephone Gaia | Current status https://godofwar.fandom.com/wiki/Persephone?oldid=118010, Despite trying to destroy the world, herself and the gods, including her husband. Kratos gave up his chance to be with Calliope to regain his powers and weapons so that he might be able to stop Persephone. Her actions would later foreshadow Kratos' own actions in taking revenge against the gods. They battled atop the Pillar, where Persephone was aided by Atlas. Even after becoming the queen of the underworld, she was still seen as a kind and a caring person, as well as a majestic and a proud queen. She also had several gold bands with blue gems locked around her arms and wrists, and two gold chains along her waist as a belt. She was the daughter of both Demeter and Zeus, and quite favored by Demeter. Cereyon | Deimos | God of War: Chains of Olympus Demeter begins to mourn that her daughter is going to Hades which creates Autumn, she griefs which creates winter, she is happy to have her daughter back which creates spring and finally she enjoys her daughter on earth which creates summer. Griffin | Persian King | She has some similarities and differences to the as-yet-unseen Norse Goddess of Death. For God of War: Chains of Olympus on the PSP, a GameFAQs message board topic titled "how do you beat persephone? Therans, God of War: Ghost of Sparta Modi | Pandora's Guardian | The Romans called her Proserpina. The first being, Persephone went unmentioned when Kratos informed. Aesir. Callisto | Able to fly at great speed thanks to her sets of wings, she was able to deliver diving strikes at Kratos with her fists. Baldur | Chimera | Automaton | Her bitterness was so great that she was willing to manipulate others and commit suicide by destroying the world, her plan being to die in peace and bring the world down with her. Although she believes Kratos is selfish and weak, she shares this same personality trait, as shown by her desire to eradicate mankind completely. Perseus | In Greek mythology, Persephone (Περσεφόνη) was the personification of the earth's fruitfulness and was also the Queen of the Underworld. Completely convinced that all life in the world was corrupted and evil, coming from her history of betrayal, she stopped at nothing to eradicate it, having no concern for her own life and no remorse for the dead that she had taken care of for far too long. Persephone no longer wanted to live because of the fact that she married a man she did not love, she was living a life she did not want, and that she was betrayed by the very gods who called her their own. Location Elemental Talos | The second was Ares, the third was, It's strange that we see her body explode at her death in, She was, chronologically, the second female antagonist in the God of War series. The seasons changed because of Demeter’s depression, and mortals began to starve because their crops were dying. He then defeated her by smashing her weakened form with the Gauntlet of Zeus. They are among many of topless women that Kratos has sex with.. God of War II Kratos will find these ladies behind a breakable wall in the Rhodes Bathhouse, just after his first encounter with the Colossus of Rhodes.During the sexual act, a statue of a peeing boy (a reference to the Belgian Manneken Pis) is seen. Minotaur | Persephone is the ancient Greek goddess of spring and innocence who was cursed to be both the wife of Hades and the Goddess of the Underworld, and she is the main antagonist in God of War: Chains of Olympus. Behind the Scenes Transforming into a winged and armored form to combat the Spartan, Persephone flew up the Pillar of the World, which Atlas had already been in the process of destroying. Otherwise, you should close this page and view another page. Sirens | Origin Poseidon | The Furies (Megaera, Tisiphone/Daimon & Alecto) | It is interesting to note that despite the fact that Persephone died, her soul did not end up in the underworld. Máttugr Helson, Others In Ancient Greek mythology, Persephone being abducted didn’t affect her negatively. With Demeter telling them she would not give life to the crops and vegetation unless her daughter was returned, Zeus asked Hades to return Persephone, sending Hermes to retrieve her. Transforming into an angelic-looking warrior, Persephone flew up the Pillar of the World, which Atlas had already been in the process of destroying. Bronze Talos | Geryon | Persephone and Leda are Rhodes citizens. Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. Persephone, God Of War Species/Race Persephone and Hades never had an “affair” in Ancient Greek mythology. Medusa | God of War Wiki is a FANDOM Games Community. Kraken | Stheno, God Of War: Chains Of Olympus In some versions of the story however, it was Zeus who suggested the union, and sometimes even Persephone herself. Biography Edit. She would be at peace and be free from her miserable existence. Olympus (presumably) Dredge of Boreas | Manticore | She had become bitter from caring over the fallen as well as her forced marriage with Hades and allied herself with the Dream God Morpheus and the mighty Titan Atlas, in hopes of destroying the world along with herself. Persephone no longer wanted to live because of the fact that she married a man she did not love, lived a life she did not choose, and that she was betrayed by the very Gods who called her their own. Plague | Hades Cerberus Breeder | TelekinesisEnergy projectiles through telekinesisAs well as conjure large rocks of debris that also served as projectilesSummoning multiple large pillars of energy that protruded from the groundUnleashing large beams of energyImmortalityHigh resistance powersEnhanced sensesSuper agilityShapeshifting abilities. Odin | She, like Ares, is buried in a decorated coffin. Nonetheless, there was no notable bad-blood between Hades and Persephone In Ancient Greek mythology. In her last breath, she told Kratos that his suffering would never end. She, like Ares, is buried in a decorated coffin. She was an innocent goddess who was abducted by Hades while she picked flowers in a field with Nymphs, at the behest of Zeus who advised and helped Hades kidnap Persephone.
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