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The '''Threads of Fate''' are a collection of threads woven by [[Clotho]], the youngest of the [[Sisters of Fate]]. [[File:ThreadofLife-Zeus.jpg|thumb|300px|Kratos, turning back his own thread to undo his death at the hands of Zeus]]
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[[File:ThreadofLife-Zeus.jpg|thumb|300px|Kratos, turning back his own thread.]]
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{{Quote|You are meddling with powers that you do not understand!|[[Clotho]]}}
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The '''Threads of Fate''' are a collection of threads woven by Clotho, the youngest of the [[Sisters of Fate]].
   
 
These threads are also known as the Threads of Life as they represent the life and/or storyline of any one person/creature in the world. [[Mortal]]s, [[Gods]] and [[Titans]] all have their own thread, which is why the Sisters of Fate were considered so powerful. They control the fate of the entire world, as they hold the threads of all living beings.
 
These threads are also known as the Threads of Life as they represent the life and/or storyline of any one person/creature in the world. [[Mortal]]s, [[Gods]] and [[Titans]] all have their own thread, which is why the Sisters of Fate were considered so powerful. They control the fate of the entire world, as they hold the threads of all living beings.
   
 
The Threads of Fate are kept with Clotho deep within the [[Loom Chamber]]. If one can get a hold of their thread, they can change their own destiny by turning a loom and jumping through the Mirror of the Fates.
 
The Threads of Fate are kept with Clotho deep within the [[Loom Chamber]]. If one can get a hold of their thread, they can change their own destiny by turning a loom and jumping through the Mirror of the Fates.
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==Trivia==
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*If Kratos uses another thread instead of showing any events a massive crack will appear on the [[Mirrors of Destiny]].
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==Related Pages==
 
==Related Pages==
*[[Loom Chamber|Loom Chamber
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*[[Loom Chamber]]
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*[[Mirrors of Destiny]]
*[[Temple of the Fates|Temple of the Fates
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*[[Temple of the Fates]]
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*[[Island of Creation]]
*[[Island of Creation|Island of Creation
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==Gallery==
 
==Gallery==
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[[Category:God of War II]]
 
[[Category:God of War II]]
 
[[Category:Locations]]
 
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[[Category:God of War Collection]]
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[[Category:God of War Series]]

Latest revision as of 20:19, May 11, 2018

ThreadofLife-Zeus

Kratos, turning back his own thread.

You are meddling with powers that you do not understand!

Clotho

The Threads of Fate are a collection of threads woven by Clotho, the youngest of the Sisters of Fate.

These threads are also known as the Threads of Life as they represent the life and/or storyline of any one person/creature in the world. Mortals, Gods and Titans all have their own thread, which is why the Sisters of Fate were considered so powerful. They control the fate of the entire world, as they hold the threads of all living beings.

The Threads of Fate are kept with Clotho deep within the Loom Chamber. If one can get a hold of their thread, they can change their own destiny by turning a loom and jumping through the Mirror of the Fates.

TriviaEdit

  • If Kratos uses another thread instead of showing any events a massive crack will appear on the Mirrors of Destiny.

Related PagesEdit

GalleryEdit

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