God of War
Parts of their body are covered in thick, spiked armor. Their right hand has been removed, and is replaced with a giant spiked ball attached to a cord hidden within its forearm. They attack Kratos by charging at him, and then striking at him with their spiked ball, or by picking him up, throwing him to the ground and crushing him with it.
After weakening them enough, Kratos can start the killing sequence by punching it in the groin, rolling between their legs, climbing up their back, leaping into the air, and finally coming down on their head with two fatal eye stabs.
God of War III
Kratos encounters these beasts once again in God of War III, in which they appear identical to how they did in the first title. With that in mind, Kratos should also use the same strategies he used to take them down.
They are killed in exactly the same manner as the first game, but this time Kratos can destroy their helmets.
- Curiously, the Enforcer's helmet conceals its eye. How it is able to accurately perceive its surroundings is a mystery.
- In the Challenge Hades' Kids found in the Challenge of Olympus, Kratos must force five of these onto the arena by having an additional one spawn with every other's death.
- In God of War, the Enforcer has a brown skin, while in God of War III, they are green.