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{{Quote|[[Hades]]! You unleash the Cerberus to stop me? After the countless souls I have sent to you?!|[[Kratos]]}}
 
   
'''Cerberus''' (pl.:''Cerberi'') is the name of beast race that appears in the [[God of War Series]]. The Cerberi are the hounds of [[Hades]], however, some of them live on their own, as seen on the [[Island of Creation]]. There are several types of Cerberi, with only two being considered a "standard" Cerberi: the ones from [[God of War: Betrayal]] and the white, horned Cerberus from [[God of War II]].
 
   
==In the God of War Series==
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{{Quote|[[Hades]]! You unleash the Cerberus to stop me? After the countless souls I have sent to you?!|[[Kratos]]}}
 
==Related Pages==
 
* [[Cerberus Seed]]
 
* [[Cerberus Breeder]]
 
* [[Mole Cerberus]]
 
* [[Cerberus Mongrel]]
 
* [[Hades Cerberus]]
 
* [[Hades Cerberus Whelp]]
 
* [[Hades Cerberus Breeder]]
 
 
==Trivia==
 
* Interestingly enough, the White Horned Cerberus seen in [[God of War II]] is the only non-boss enemy in the series that is encountered only once in game (despite it appears in the [[Challenge of the Titans|Challenge]] "[[Survival of the Fittest]]", from the same game). [[Hades Cerberus Breeder]] is a similar situation in [[God of War III]], but this enemy is clearly a mini-boss.
 
* Hercules' 12th Labor was to carry the Cerberus from the Gates of the Underworld on his back.
 
* Cerberus is the Latin name of this creature, while Kerberos is the original Greek name.
 
* In the footage from God of War II, the Wild Cerberus is controlled by the enemies similar to the [[Fates Sentries]].
 
* ''[[Rise of the Warrior]]'' featured a Cerberus.
 
 
==Galle==
 
 
[[Category:Enemies]]
 
[[Category:Enemies]]
 
[[Category:Monsters]]
 
[[Category:Monsters]]

Revision as of 17:47, October 16, 2013


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