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|caption = [[File:Eos.jpg|250px]]
 
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|alias = Goddess of Dawn
 
|alias = Goddess of Dawn
|location = [[Caves of Olympus]]
 
|species = [[Goddess]], [[Titan]] (but a follower of [[Zeus]])
 
 
|gender = Female
 
|gender = Female
|status = Deceased (presumably)
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|species = [[Gods|Goddess]], [[Titan]] (but a follower of [[Zeus]])
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|family = *[[Hyperion]] (father) †
*[[Hyperion]] (father) †
 
 
*Theia (mother)
 
*Theia (mother)
 
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*[[Demeter]] (cousin)
 
*[[Demeter]] (cousin)
 
|loyalties = [[Olympus]]
 
|loyalties = [[Olympus]]
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|status = Alive (Presumably)
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|location = [[Caves of Olympus]]
 
|voice actor = [[Wikipedia:Erin Torpey|Erin Torpey]]
 
|voice actor = [[Wikipedia:Erin Torpey|Erin Torpey]]
|appears in = ''[[God of War: Chains of Olympus]]''}}
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==Greek Mythology==
 
==Greek Mythology==
In Greek Mythology, '''Eos''' was the titan goddess of the dawn. She and her siblings [[Helios]] (the Sun) and [[Selene]] (the Moon) were numbered amongst the second-generation Titan gods. Eos rose into the sky from the river Okeanos ([[Oceanus]]) at the start of each day, and with her rays of light dispersed the mists of night.
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In Greek Mythology, '''Eos''' was the titan goddess of the dawn. She and her siblings [[Helios]] (the Sun) and Selene (the Moon) were numbered amongst the second-generation Titan gods. Eos rose into the sky from the river Okeanos ([[Oceanus]]) at the start of each day, and with her rays of light dispersed the mists of night.
   
 
She was depicted either driving a chariot drawn by winged horses or borne aloft on her own wings.
 
She was depicted either driving a chariot drawn by winged horses or borne aloft on her own wings.
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===God of War III===
 
===God of War III===
While she makes no appearance in-game, there is a section that is named after her, the [[Path of Eos]]. This is the passageway within [[Mount Olympus]] that is revealed through the use of [[Head of Helios|Helios' head]], leading to the [[Chain of Balance]]. In ''Chains of Olympus'', she said she was rendered nearly powerless by Helios' disappearance. Her fate remains unknown, even after Helios' death caused the sun to be blocked by dark rain clouds. Due to her dependent relation to Helios, it is unlikely she survived these cataclysmic events.
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While she makes no appearance in-game, there is a section that is named after her, the [[Path of Eos]]. This is the passageway within [[Mount Olympus]] that is revealed through the use of [[Head of Helios|Helios' head]], leading to the [[Chain of Balance]]. In ''Chains of Olympus'', she said she was rendered nearly powerless by Helios' disappearance. Her fate remains unknown, even after Helios' death caused the sun to be blocked by dark rain clouds. It is unknown if she survived the cataclysmic events cause by [[Kratos]], but considering her strong dependence on the Sun, it's very likely that the Goddess of Dawn simply ceased to exist after the brutal murdering of her brother.
   
 
== Appearance ==
 
== Appearance ==
Eos has the aspect of a beautiful, young woman. Beign the goddess of the dawn, her body seems to emit a sort of brightness. Her hair are adorned with jewelry and a strip of cloth that covers her neck. The rest of her torso is bare, leaving her breasts completely exposed. Under her admonen she wears a sort of skirt that covers her legs.
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Eos resembles the appearance of that of a beautiful, young woman. She is red-headed, fair-skinned and slender. The only clothing she wears on her upper body is a piece of white cloth covering her shoulders, the left side of her neck and the back of her head partially. She leaves the rest of her upper bodies unclothed, completely exposing her round and well-shaped breasts. Being the goddess of dawn, her body emits a golden glow. Her hair and ears are adorned with a golden tikka and an earrings respectively. She wears a large, white skirt with grey hems.
   
 
==Trivia==
 
==Trivia==
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==Gallery==
 
==Gallery==
 
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Eos 1.jpg
 
Eos 1.jpg
Eos 2.jpg
 
 
Eos 22.jpg
 
Eos 22.jpg
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[[Category:God of War: Saga Collection]]
 
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Latest revision as of 10:42, December 28, 2019

All glory be to Lord Zeus for granting you safe passage to me.

–Eos

Greek MythologyEdit

In Greek Mythology, Eos was the titan goddess of the dawn. She and her siblings Helios (the Sun) and Selene (the Moon) were numbered amongst the second-generation Titan gods. Eos rose into the sky from the river Okeanos (Oceanus) at the start of each day, and with her rays of light dispersed the mists of night.

She was depicted either driving a chariot drawn by winged horses or borne aloft on her own wings.

Eos had an unquenchable desire for handsome young men, some say as the result of a curse laid upon her by the goddess Aphrodite. Her lovers included Orion, Phaethon, Kephalos (Cephalus) and Tithonos (Tithonus), three of which she ravished away to distant lands. The Trojan prince Tithonos became her official consort. When the goddess petitioned Zeus for his immortality, she neglected also to request eternal youth. In time he shriveled up by old age and transformed into a grasshopper.

Eos was closely identified with Hemera, the primordial goddess of day. In some myths—such as the tales of Orion and Kephalos—Eos stood virtually as a non-virginal substitute for Artemis.

In the God of War seriesEdit

Eos 2

Eos

God of War: Chains of OlympusEdit

Barely holding on after her brother's disappearance which caused Morpheus to take over the Earth and caused everyone to fall asleep, Eos asked Kratos to find Helios and told him to find the Sun Shield. Kratos then spoke with Eos face-to-face in the Caves of Olympus, where she advised him to seek out the Primordial Fire to help him in his quest. It is revealed she is very dependent on her brother's powers, to the point that after the sun disappeared, she slowly started to lose all her powers.

God of War IIIEdit

While she makes no appearance in-game, there is a section that is named after her, the Path of Eos. This is the passageway within Mount Olympus that is revealed through the use of Helios' head, leading to the Chain of Balance. In Chains of Olympus, she said she was rendered nearly powerless by Helios' disappearance. Her fate remains unknown, even after Helios' death caused the sun to be blocked by dark rain clouds. It is unknown if she survived the cataclysmic events cause by Kratos, but considering her strong dependence on the Sun, it's very likely that the Goddess of Dawn simply ceased to exist after the brutal murdering of her brother.

Appearance Edit

Eos resembles the appearance of that of a beautiful, young woman. She is red-headed, fair-skinned and slender. The only clothing she wears on her upper body is a piece of white cloth covering her shoulders, the left side of her neck and the back of her head partially. She leaves the rest of her upper bodies unclothed, completely exposing her round and well-shaped breasts. Being the goddess of dawn, her body emits a golden glow. Her hair and ears are adorned with a golden tikka and an earrings respectively. She wears a large, white skirt with grey hems.

TriviaEdit

  • Eos is the only other goddess in the series to speak to Kratos by projecting herself through a statue, the first being Athena.

GalleryEdit

Related PagesEdit

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