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|name = Svartáljǫfurr
 
|name = Svartáljǫfurr
|image = Svartáljǫfurr.png
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|image = Svartáljǫfurr-0.png
 
|alias = Dark Elf King
 
|alias = Dark Elf King
 
|gender = Male
 
|gender = Male
 
|birthplace = [[Alfheim]] (presumably)
 
|birthplace = [[Alfheim]] (presumably)
|species = [[Elf]]
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|species = [[Elf]] {{C|[[Dark Elves|Dark]]}}
|loyalties = Dark Elves
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|loyalties = [[Dark Elves]]
 
|status = Deceased
 
|status = Deceased
 
|voice actor =
 
|voice actor =
|appears in = ''[[God of War (2018)]]''
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|appears in = [[God of War (2018)|''God of War'' (2018)]]
}}'''Svartáljǫfurr''' is the Dark Elf King of [[Alfheim]] and a boss in ''[[God of War (2018)]]''.
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}}'''Svartáljǫfurr''' is the Dark Elf King of [[Alfheim]] and a boss in [[God of War (2018)|''God of War'' (2018)]].
   
==Biography==
 
=== God of War (2018) ===
 
The Dark Elf King is the one who leads the war against the Light Elves for the Light of Alfheim, a conflict that his side seemed to have secured victory, until [[Kratos|a foreign God]] accompanied by [[Atreus|his young son]] arrived to take a portion of the light for their journey.
 
   
The King ordered the Dark Elves to follow and eliminate them, but they proved to strong, so the King tried to separate them by personally abducting the child, a plan immediately thwarted by the raging father who hurled his [[Leviathan (Axe)|Axe]] at the retreating King, forcing him to flee.
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== Biography ==
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As the King of the Dark Elves, Svartáljǫfurr leads the war against the Light Elves for the Light of Alfheim, a conflict that his side seemed to have secured victory, until [[Kratos]] accompanied by his young son [[Atreus]] arrived to take a portion of the light for their journey.
   
After the traveling Gods eliminated his forces and released the imprisoned Light of Alfheim, Svartáljǫfurr sneak attacked them in their way out of his realm, starting a fierce battle that ended in his defeat. In his dying words he told the outsiders that they made a grave mistake, making the younger one wonder if they aided the wrong side in the conflict.
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Svartáljǫfurr ordered the Dark Elves to follow and eliminate them, but they proved too strong, so the King tried to separate them by personally abducting Atreus, a plan immediately thwarted by Kratos who hurled his [[Leviathan (Axe)|Axe]] at the retreating Svartáljǫfurr, forcing him to flee.
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After the traveling Gods eliminated his forces and released the imprisoned Light of Alfheim, Svartáljǫfurr attacked them once again on their way out of his realm, starting a fierce battle that ended in his defeat. In his dying words, he told the outsiders that they made a grave mistake, making Atreus wonder if they aided the wrong side in the conflict.
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== Appearance ==
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Svartáljǫfurr possesses many physical similarities with his Dark Elf kin, sporting membrane wings, yellow eyes with black sclera and pointy nails on his fingers. However, his skin is notably darker, he has markings across his body and has jagged teeth.
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His armor is a unique variation that sports a pair of horns on his helmet, most likely because of his status as King.
   
 
==Powers and Abilities==
 
==Powers and Abilities==
Svartáljǫfurr is the strongest of the Dark Elves, as their King he possesses both a strength, speed and endurance surpassing any of his kind and the authority to lead them in battle.
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Svartáljǫfurr is the strongest of the Dark Elves, as their King, he possesses strength, speed and endurance surpassing any of his kind and with it the authority to lead them in battle. His skill in battle allows him to fight on par with Kratos, the Olympian God of War.
   
To complement his superior physical prowess, the Dark Elf King's weapon releases larger blasts and fires stronger and more numerous beams of energy than regular Dark Elf spears, capable of plummeting to the ground to produce a powerful blinding blast.
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To complement his superior physical prowess, his weapon releases larger blasts and fires stronger and more numerous beams of energy than regular Dark Elf spears, being capable of plummeting the ground to produce a powerful blinding blast from the tip of his weapon.
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When on the ground he can charge towards his opponent to impale them, releasing explosive energy that blinds his opponents, thus being able to hide his presence and sneak attack them.
   
 
==Gallery==
 
==Gallery==
 
<gallery>
 
<gallery>
 
Svartáljofurr-CodexSketch.png|Svartáljǫfurr (Codex)
 
Svartáljofurr-CodexSketch.png|Svartáljǫfurr (Codex)
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Svartáljǫfurr_God_of_War_2018.png
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Svartáljǫfurr.png|Svartáljǫfurr defeated
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Svartáljǫfurr_Concept_Art.jpg|Concept art of Svartáljǫfurr
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Svartáljǫfurr_Concept_Art_2.jpg
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Svartáljǫfurr_Concept_Art_3.jpg
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Svartáljǫfurr 3D Model.jpg|3D Model
 
</gallery>
 
</gallery>
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==Trivia==
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*He is the only known Elf with a given name.
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*It's currently unknown what Svartáljǫfurr meant when he said that Kratos and Atreus had made a grave mistake. His exact words in the novel were "You… grave… mistake. Oppressors… will… enslave… all."
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**If taken to consideration, there is a likelihood there may be more to the Light Elves and their war with the Dark Elves than what is currently known.
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*Later on in the game, other Elves known as "Dark Elf Lords" are encountered. They fight very much in the same way as Svartáljǫfurr, though they are weaker in terms of health.
 
[[Category:Elves]]
 
[[Category:Elves]]
 
[[Category:Characters]]
 
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[[Category:Enemies]]
 
[[Category:Enemies]]
 
[[Category:Norse Mythology]]
 
[[Category:Norse Mythology]]
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[[Category:Alfheim]]

Latest revision as of 21:08, March 26, 2020

Svartáljǫfurr is the Dark Elf King of Alfheim and a boss in God of War (2018).


Biography Edit

As the King of the Dark Elves, Svartáljǫfurr leads the war against the Light Elves for the Light of Alfheim, a conflict that his side seemed to have secured victory, until Kratos accompanied by his young son Atreus arrived to take a portion of the light for their journey.

Svartáljǫfurr ordered the Dark Elves to follow and eliminate them, but they proved too strong, so the King tried to separate them by personally abducting Atreus, a plan immediately thwarted by Kratos who hurled his Axe at the retreating Svartáljǫfurr, forcing him to flee.

After the traveling Gods eliminated his forces and released the imprisoned Light of Alfheim, Svartáljǫfurr attacked them once again on their way out of his realm, starting a fierce battle that ended in his defeat. In his dying words, he told the outsiders that they made a grave mistake, making Atreus wonder if they aided the wrong side in the conflict.

Appearance Edit

Svartáljǫfurr possesses many physical similarities with his Dark Elf kin, sporting membrane wings, yellow eyes with black sclera and pointy nails on his fingers. However, his skin is notably darker, he has markings across his body and has jagged teeth.

His armor is a unique variation that sports a pair of horns on his helmet, most likely because of his status as King.

Powers and AbilitiesEdit

Svartáljǫfurr is the strongest of the Dark Elves, as their King, he possesses strength, speed and endurance surpassing any of his kind and with it the authority to lead them in battle. His skill in battle allows him to fight on par with Kratos, the Olympian God of War.

To complement his superior physical prowess, his weapon releases larger blasts and fires stronger and more numerous beams of energy than regular Dark Elf spears, being capable of plummeting the ground to produce a powerful blinding blast from the tip of his weapon.

When on the ground he can charge towards his opponent to impale them, releasing explosive energy that blinds his opponents, thus being able to hide his presence and sneak attack them.

GalleryEdit

TriviaEdit

  • He is the only known Elf with a given name.
  • It's currently unknown what Svartáljǫfurr meant when he said that Kratos and Atreus had made a grave mistake. His exact words in the novel were "You… grave… mistake. Oppressors… will… enslave… all."
    • If taken to consideration, there is a likelihood there may be more to the Light Elves and their war with the Dark Elves than what is currently known.
  • Later on in the game, other Elves known as "Dark Elf Lords" are encountered. They fight very much in the same way as Svartáljǫfurr, though they are weaker in terms of health.
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