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Mortals possess no magical powers and are therefore subject to diseases, viruses, and death. Because of their lack of power, the [[Gods]] viewed them as nothing more and everything less than underlings. However, after Prometheus delivered the fires of Olympus to the mortals, [[Zeus]] and the rest of the gods began to realize their potential and value; albeit to a very mild extent.
 
Mortals possess no magical powers and are therefore subject to diseases, viruses, and death. Because of their lack of power, the [[Gods]] viewed them as nothing more and everything less than underlings. However, after Prometheus delivered the fires of Olympus to the mortals, [[Zeus]] and the rest of the gods began to realize their potential and value; albeit to a very mild extent.
 
==In the God of War Series==
 
==In the God of War Series==
<span style="font-style: normal; ">Mortals are often portrayed as weak and fearful in the series, but some, such as </span>[[Spartan]]<span style="font-style: normal; "> warriors, are seen as strong and brave. </span>Kratos is technically mortal, despite being a [[demigod]]; it can be assumed that a demigod represents the strongest kind of mortal, as many different examples are given of demigods performing superhuman tasks (e.g. Hercules, Theseus, etc.) Throughout Kratos' destructive journey for revenge, many mortals have died, and by the end of [[God of War III]], nearly every mortal on the planet Earth had been extinguished, mainly due to [[plagues]] caused by Kratos upon his genocide of the Gods. Luckily, Kratos had released the power of [[Hope]] to the world at the cost of his own life, allowing man to rise from the ashes and gain the power they required to live their lives without the Gods.
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<span style="font-style: normal; ">Mortals are often portrayed as weak and fearful in the series, but some, such as </span>[[Spartan]]<span style="font-style: normal; "> warriors, are seen as strong and brave. </span>Kratos is technically mortal, despite being a [[demigod]]; it can be assumed that a demigod represents the strongest kind of mortal, as many different examples are given of demigods performing superhuman tasks (e.g. Hercules, Theseus, etc.)
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Throughout Kratos' destructive journey for revenge, many mortals have died, and by the end of [[God of War III]], nearly every mortal on the planet Earth had been extinguished, mainly due to [[plagues]] caused by Kratos upon his genocide of the Gods. Luckily, Kratos had released the power of [[Hope]] to the world at the cost of his own life, in order for mankind to rise from their ashes and gain that which they require to live their lives without the Gods.
   
 
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Revision as of 04:30, May 19, 2012

Mortal

Kratos, a mortal, albeit a demigod.

Placing all of his godly power into the weapon had rendered Kratos mortal, vulnerable to the arms of death.

Gaia

Mortals (Humans being part of them) are beings who do not possess magical abilities. Humans in particular, were forged from clay by Prometheus.

Mythology

Mortals possess no magical powers and are therefore subject to diseases, viruses, and death. Because of their lack of power, the Gods viewed them as nothing more and everything less than underlings. However, after Prometheus delivered the fires of Olympus to the mortals, Zeus and the rest of the gods began to realize their potential and value; albeit to a very mild extent.

In the God of War Series

Mortals are often portrayed as weak and fearful in the series, but some, such as Spartan warriors, are seen as strong and brave. Kratos is technically mortal, despite being a demigod; it can be assumed that a demigod represents the strongest kind of mortal, as many different examples are given of demigods performing superhuman tasks (e.g. Hercules, Theseus, etc.)

Throughout Kratos' destructive journey for revenge, many mortals have died, and by the end of God of War III, nearly every mortal on the planet Earth had been extinguished, mainly due to plagues caused by Kratos upon his genocide of the Gods. Luckily, Kratos had released the power of Hope to the world at the cost of his own life, in order for mankind to rise from their ashes and gain that which they require to live their lives without the Gods.

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