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She appears again when she tells Kratos that [[Atreus]] is not his past but his son and that he needs his father.
 
She appears again when she tells Kratos that [[Atreus]] is not his past but his son and that he needs his father.
   
Freya agreed to marry [[Odin]] in order to bring peace between the [[Vanir]] and [[Æsir]]. After some time of being married, Odin began to learn the ways of Freya's magic, and began using it for unjust purposes, including using it against her. Freya chose to flee Odin due to his unjust ways.
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Freya agreed to marry [[Odin]] in order to bring peace between the Vanir and Asir. After some time of being married, Odin began to learn the ways of Freya's magic, and began using it for unjust purposes, including using it against her. Freya chose to flee Odin due to his unjust ways.
   
 
Because Freya chose to flee Odin, he placed a number of curses on her. First, preventing her from ever leaving [[Midgard]], and another preventing her from harming any living creature- through both physical and magical means.
 
Because Freya chose to flee Odin, he placed a number of curses on her. First, preventing her from ever leaving [[Midgard]], and another preventing her from harming any living creature- through both physical and magical means.

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Freya is the Norse Goddess of Sorcery, Fertility, and Foreknowledge, Wife of Odin, and the mother of Baldur.

History

Freya is implied to have lived a life similar to Kratos, saying she sees a lot of herself in him and by helping him, she hopes to atone for her mistakes.

Under the alias of the Witch in the Woods, Freya first appears telling Kratos that the Norse Gods do not tolerate his presence in their realm.

She appears again when she tells Kratos that Atreus is not his past but his son and that he needs his father.

Freya agreed to marry Odin in order to bring peace between the Vanir and Asir. After some time of being married, Odin began to learn the ways of Freya's magic, and began using it for unjust purposes, including using it against her. Freya chose to flee Odin due to his unjust ways.

Because Freya chose to flee Odin, he placed a number of curses on her. First, preventing her from ever leaving Midgard, and another preventing her from harming any living creature- through both physical and magical means.

Trivia

  • Her Greek equivalent (in terms of being the Queen of the Gods) is Hera.
  • While Frigg was the mother of Baldur in Norse Mythology, Frigg is not an actual entity in the God of War universe. "Frigg" is what Odin may have nicknamed Freya initially in a loving manner, but later only to discredit her. Frigg was the name of an Æsir goddess, while Freya was a Vanir goddess.
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