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* Kratos enter inside him to attain a item, this is the third time he has entered a giants body through its mouth, the first was The Hydra, then Cronus, and now Jörmungandr.
 
* Kratos enter inside him to attain a item, this is the third time he has entered a giants body through its mouth, the first was The Hydra, then Cronus, and now Jörmungandr.
* Mimir says that Atreus looked familiar to him, he soon reveals that the reason for it is maybe because he has already battle in Ragnarok and his future self was thrown back in time to midgard before his death, after his battle with Thor, implying this was not his first time he seen him. Kratos and Atreus see this as impossible and a insane theory.
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* Mimir says that Atreus looked familiar to him, he soon reveals that the reason for it is maybe because he has already battle in Ragnarok and his future self was thrown back in time to Midgard before his death, after his battle with Thor, implying this was not his first time he seen him. Kratos and Atreus see this as an impossible and insane theory.
 
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Revision as of 12:29, April 22, 2018

Jörmungandr (also known as: The World Serpent) is a mythical serpent. He is an ally of Kratos and Atreus, and helps them on their journey.

Trivia

  • In original Norse mythology, he is the son of Loki, and the Jötunn Angrboða.
    • However In the God of War's version of Norse mythology, he isn't the son of Loki and Jötunn Angrboda (This is because Atreus is Loki in God of War). Instead he is only known to be originally from the realm of the giants: Jötunheim.
  • Kratos enter inside him to attain a item, this is the third time he has entered a giants body through its mouth, the first was The Hydra, then Cronus, and now Jörmungandr.
  • Mimir says that Atreus looked familiar to him, he soon reveals that the reason for it is maybe because he has already battle in Ragnarok and his future self was thrown back in time to Midgard before his death, after his battle with Thor, implying this was not his first time he seen him. Kratos and Atreus see this as an impossible and insane theory.
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