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[[File:Dsfsdf.png|thumb|351px|Horn of Boreas]] '''The Horn of Boreas''' is an artifact found in the Shrine of [[Boreas]] that freezes enemies nearby by spinning the horn around him and smashing it to the ground.
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[[File:Dsfsdf.png|thumb|351px|The Horn of Boreas in God of War: Ghost of Sparta.]] The '''Horn of Boreas''' was an artifact that was found in [[God of War: Ghost of Sparta]].
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[[Kratos]] found that item in the [[Shrine of Boreas|Shrine of]] [[Boreas]] while he traveled in the caves beneath the Aroanian Mountains on his return to [[Atlantis]]. The horn was capable of summoning an icy tempest by swinging it around, which damaged and froze all nearby enemies. That weapon could also destroy the shields and armor that various creatures utilized in addition to freezing them.
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==Orb Costs==
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*'''Level 1''' - N/A
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*'''Level 2''' - 6,350 Orbs
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*'''Level 3''' - 12,650 Orbs
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==Attacks==
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===Level 1===
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*'''Roaring Tempest '''- Hold up directional button to summon a tempest of ice that can hits multiple times and can freeze multiple enemies. '''''Hold Up'''''
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===Level 2===
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*'''Increased Damage'''
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*'''Increased Range'''
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===Level 3===
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*'''Increased Damage'''
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*'''Increased Range'''
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==Trivia==
 
==Trivia==
*This new weapon works similar like [[Medusa's Gaze]] and the [[Head of Euryale]]. Excepting instead of turning you enemies to stone you can freeze them. In addtion that Kratos can use combo attacks with it.
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*That weapon was similar to [[Medusa's Gaze]] and the [[Head of Euryale]], except instead of turning your enemies to stone, they were frozen. The Horn of Boreas also added to the players' hit meter and allowed for combo attacks.
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*The Shrine of Boreas featured two large [[Dredge of Boreas]] Statues.
*At the Shrine of Boreas there are big statues of [[Dredge of Boreas]]. As Kratos killed two of them on his path and there were only two of their statues he has, presumably, killed the only two existent Dredges of Boreas on Aroania and, probably, in the world.
 
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*If you used the [[God Armor]] while in the [[Combat Arena]], plenty of Red [[Orbs]] scattered during the freezing effects of the Roaring Tempest.
   
 
==Related Pages==
 
==Related Pages==
*[[Boreas|Boreas ]]
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*[[Boreas]]
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Latest revision as of 14:56, 2 May 2018

The Horn of Boreas in God of War: Ghost of Sparta.

The Horn of Boreas was an artifact that was found in God of War: Ghost of Sparta.

Kratos found that item in the Shrine of Boreas while he traveled in the caves beneath the Aroanian Mountains on his return to Atlantis. The horn was capable of summoning an icy tempest by swinging it around, which damaged and froze all nearby enemies. That weapon could also destroy the shields and armor that various creatures utilized in addition to freezing them.

Orb Costs

  • Level 1 - N/A
  • Level 2 - 6,350 Orbs
  • Level 3 - 12,650 Orbs

Attacks

Level 1

  • Roaring Tempest - Hold up directional button to summon a tempest of ice that can hits multiple times and can freeze multiple enemies. Hold Up

Level 2

  • Increased Damage
  • Increased Range

Level 3

  • Increased Damage
  • Increased Range

Trivia

  • That weapon was similar to Medusa's Gaze and the Head of Euryale, except instead of turning your enemies to stone, they were frozen. The Horn of Boreas also added to the players' hit meter and allowed for combo attacks.
  • The Shrine of Boreas featured two large Dredge of Boreas Statues.
  • If you used the God Armor while in the Combat Arena, plenty of Red Orbs scattered during the freezing effects of the Roaring Tempest.

Related Pages

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