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Eurus is a horse-like Immortal being who is the God of the East Wind. He sees the path of the [[Helios' Chariot|Sun Chariot]] of [[Helios]], and is one of the three horses that drives it, called the [[Fire Steeds]].
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[[File:Fire_Steeds.jpg|thumb]]Euros is a horse-like Immortal being who is the Olympian God of the East Wind. He sees the path of the [[Helios' Chariot|Sun Chariot]] of [[Helios]], and is one of the three horses that drives it, called the [[Fire Steeds]].
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==Greek Mythology==
 
==Greek Mythology==
'''Eurus''' was the [[Greek]] [[Gods|god]] of the East Wind. The four wind Gods are the sons of [[Eos]] Goddess of Dawn.
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'''Euros''' was the [[Greek]] [[Gods|god]] of the East Wind. The four wind Gods are the sons of [[Eos]] and Astraios. Goddess of Dawn.
   
 
==In ''God of War'' series==
 
==In ''God of War'' series==
 
===''God of War: Chains of Olympus''===
 
===''God of War: Chains of Olympus''===
Eurus was awakened by [[Kratos]] after [[Helios|Helios']] disappearance, which led [[Morpheus]] to take control over the lands. After Kratos awakened him along with his brothers, the Horse Gods drove the Chariot of Helios right to where the Sun God himself was being kept; in the Underworld.
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Euros was awakened by [[Kratos]] after [[Helios|Helios']] disappearance, which led [[Morpheus]] to take control over the lands. After Kratos awakened him along with his brothers, the Horse Gods drove the Chariot of Helios right to where the Sun God himself was being kept; in the Underworld.
   
 
===God of War III===
 
===God of War III===
 
While it is not currently stated, the Horse God of the East Wind is supposed to have driven the Chariot of Helios through the sky during the battle against Kratos and [[Perses]]. Later on, the Chariot of the God of Sun was crushed and Helios himself killed, and the Fire Steeds with him.
 
While it is not currently stated, the Horse God of the East Wind is supposed to have driven the Chariot of Helios through the sky during the battle against Kratos and [[Perses]]. Later on, the Chariot of the God of Sun was crushed and Helios himself killed, and the Fire Steeds with him.
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==Related Pages==
 
==Related Pages==
 
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*[[Gods]]
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*[[Helios' Chariot]]
 
*[[Helios' Chariot]]
 
*[[Temple of Helios]]
 
*[[Temple of Helios]]
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Latest revision as of 14:54, December 7, 2018

Fire Steeds
Euros is a horse-like Immortal being who is the Olympian God of the East Wind. He sees the path of the Sun Chariot of Helios, and is one of the three horses that drives it, called the Fire Steeds.

Greek MythologyEdit

Euros was the Greek god of the East Wind. The four wind Gods are the sons of Eos and Astraios. Goddess of Dawn.

In God of War seriesEdit

God of War: Chains of OlympusEdit

Euros was awakened by Kratos after Helios' disappearance, which led Morpheus to take control over the lands. After Kratos awakened him along with his brothers, the Horse Gods drove the Chariot of Helios right to where the Sun God himself was being kept; in the Underworld.

God of War IIIEdit

While it is not currently stated, the Horse God of the East Wind is supposed to have driven the Chariot of Helios through the sky during the battle against Kratos and Perses. Later on, the Chariot of the God of Sun was crushed and Helios himself killed, and the Fire Steeds with him.

Related PagesEdit

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