[NSFW] GOD OF WAR: Ten Women Kratos Has Fought. . . Or You Know

<font color="Red">[NSFW]</font> GOD OF WAR: Ten Women Kratos Has Fought. . . Or You Know

Over the years Kratos has done a lot of things in the God of War universe. Hit the jump and check out the top 10 women Kratos encounters in the game.

Gamefragger's 10 Women Kratos Has Fought . . . Or You Know

Just a heads up this list is full of NOT SAFE FOR WORK images and is not suitable for children. In the list we examine Kratos and his complicated relationship with women that have either tried to kill him or wanted him for other things. Check out the video below for a condensed version or click on for the full list of 10!

Warning: The video contains violence, gore and nudity. 



#10 Zora & Lora (God of War)



For those who have played all of the God of War games will most definitely recognize Zora & Lora. No one knew what their names were until they were revealed to be Zora and Lora, daughters of Aphrodite (the goddess of love) in a God of War novel. 

Kratos does not fight these ladies, but rather participates in extracurricular activities with them. They even make an appearance in the beginning of God of War II, where they ask Kratos to stay with them, but Kratos had some killing to do. Come to think of it. . . God of War is based on killing and having sex.

#9 Twins (God of War: Chains of Olympus)



In God of War: Chains of Olympus, Kratos decides that he deserves some spoils of war after defeating the Persian King, whom led a siege against Attica using a Basilisk and hordes of men. The women would have been killed had they left the room. Which worked out pretty well for Kratos in the long run.

Another little tidbit that didn't make the list is later on Kratos meets another damsel in distress who turns out to the be Eos, the titan-goddess of dawn.

#8 Brothel Ladies (God of War: Ghost of Sparta)



As if Kratos hasn't already had enough sexual explotations within the God of War franchise! After Kratos kills another person (#3) on the list he makes his way towards his beloved hometown of Sparta while there, he enjoys some leisurely time at the local brothel. While there, hopefully most gamers muted the scene because it gets rather roudy as the heeps of woman begin to pile on top of Kratos.

Gods of tried to kill Kratos, but he will most likely die of some sexually transmitted infection. That is right, Kratos libido will be the death of him.

#7 Persephone & Leda (God of War II)



Most gamers wouldn't have caught their names unless they had the strategy guide for the game, but lets be honest Kratos would rather be bathing than thumbing through a strategy guide for names. After all, he has had more practice in this area than most Viking raiding parties. He probably prefers more hands on practice.

This encounter happens shortly after Kratos's first encounter with the Colossus of Rhodes, though gamers had to find it by breaking through a wall.

#6 Sisters of Fate (God of War II)



The three sisters of fate have vastly different looks as seen above and below, but they do share one thing in common. . . they're the first on the list not to sleep with Kratos. It is a big win, although they couldn't see what was coming.



Kratos wanted revenge (what else would he want) and the fates told him that his destiny was sealed. . . he would not triumph in the end. So Kratos killed them and took his destiny into his own hands.



The fact we had to censor this fate was more that no human should ever have to see what is behind the censor. Bigger is not always better.


#5 Erinys (God of War: Ghost of Sparta)



Erinys had a beef with Kratos ever since the Atlantis incident. She was mad enough to kill as many Spartan brothers as she possibly could before facing of with the mighty Kratos. You would think a lot of these deity's would learn to just leave Kratos alone.

Erinys eventually found Kratos, but he chopped her arm and wings before ending her. Is Kratos really the hero in this story?!

#4 Tisiphone (God of War: Ascension)



We are now on to the three badass furies that are pursuing Kratos for breaking his bond with Ares. God of War: Ascension boasts three ladies who think they can kill the ghost spartan. This is only the disguised human form of Tisiphone, but you have to give her credit for directly attacking Kratos. She plays things close to the chest, but Kratos figures it out when he sees Tisiphone wearing his dead wife's ring.

Tisiphone literally loses to the hands of Kratos, but she does get a few mental jabs in before she goes.


#3 Megaera (God of War: Ascension)



Kratos and Megaera have battled before the picture seen above. In their first fight Megaera and Tishiphone (and pet Diamon) went toe to toe against Kratos and almost won, but Megaera had her arm ripped off and Tisiphone got impaled by a spike.

The second encounter lasts a lot longer. Megaera starts off by beating a captured Kratos senseless before he is accidentally freed by her claws. Kratos thens begins to persue her as she taunts him at every turn, however, he catches up to her and a huge battle ensues where eventually Kratos triumphs.

#2 Alecto (God of War: Ascension)



The last of the furies and the queen bee. After defeating Megaera once and for all, Kratos turns his eyes towards defeating Tisiphone and Alecto. If you read #4, then you know the fate of Tisiphone. In the last battle with Alecto, Alecto assumes the form of a huge sea monster which eventually Kratos defeats by impaling a ship mast into the monsters mouth and carving her skull open. Alecto, now weakened returns to her human appearance.

Kratos then impales Alecto with his blades and with her last breath Alecto promises that Kratos's madness will continue even after her death. Words that will prove to be true.

#1 Aphrodite (God of War III)



Of all the sexual encounters that Kratos has in the God of War franchise Aphrodite is probably the most well known of all of them. The encounter begins with Aphrodite telling Kratos that the bridges are out and only her husband is the only one who knows how to opperate them. This leads to Kratos and Aphrodite. . . well you know, if you chose one of the two options given to you.

The moral of the story, if you are told that bridges are out, good things are on its way. Just be patient and you will be rewarded. If only that were true in all traffic/bridge situations.

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