Gotta make sure this is OK before I do this: Is it alright is I clear out most of the mythology section on this page? There's more information about it's origins than there is about the creature in the games.
I'd rather you didn't. The mythology is important in some ways to try and unravel the meaning of the image of Kratos bleeding.
That, and it's kind of cool ;)
KratosGodofWar (Radi0n) 18:46, September 25, 2010 (UTC)
I don't think that all monsters are enemies. For example, the Body Burner (who is not an enemy) is included in Undead, which is a subcategory of "monsters"; and since the Phoenix "isn't considered human nor god" it has to be a monster.
That doesn't make him a monster or the phoenix for that matter. Just because the Body Burner is consider an undead which is linked to monsters doesn't mean he really is one. Just look at him. "Monsters are enemies that cannot be considered human nor god." You forgot to type the part "Monsters are enemies" It's clearly mentioned that way in the page, and since the phoenix is in no way a enemy of/to Kratos then its not a monster. The term monster is more threatning. Sol Invictus 23:10, May 16, 2011 (UTC)