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Tisiphone and her sisters pursue [[Kratos]] for breaking his blood oath to [[Ares]]. She and her sister [[Alecto]] have yet to make an appearence.
 
Tisiphone and her sisters pursue [[Kratos]] for breaking his blood oath to [[Ares]]. She and her sister [[Alecto]] have yet to make an appearence.
   
In the beginning of the game, [[Megaera]], missing one arm, wakes a bound and injured Kratos from his sleep and starts torturing him further before the Spartan escapes and pursues the injured Fury. She's only mentioned when Megaera states the she and Alecto are too kind to him, meaning that the Fury showed mecry to Kratos during his imprisonment.
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In the beginning of the game, [[Megaera]], missing one arm, wakes a bound and injured Kratos from his sleep and starts torturing him further before the Spartan escapes and pursues the injured Fury. She's only mentioned when Megaera states the she and Alecto are too kind to him, meaning that the Fury showed mercy to Kratos during his imprisonment.
   
 
==God of War III==
 
==God of War III==

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Tisiphone was one of the Erinyes or Furies and the sister of Alecto and Megaera. She was also the Goddess of Vengeance.

Greek Mythology

Tisiphone is one of the Erinyes or Furies, and the sister of the two Furies Alecto and Megaera. She was the one who punished crimes of murder: parricide, fratricide, and homicide. A myth recounts of how Tisiphone fell in love with Cithaeron by a snakebite from one of the snakes on her head. Tisiphone is also recognised as the furious and cruel guardian of the gates of Tartarus.


God of War: Ascension

Tisiphone and her sisters pursue Kratos for breaking his blood oath to Ares. She and her sister Alecto have yet to make an appearence.

In the beginning of the game, Megaera, missing one arm, wakes a bound and injured Kratos from his sleep and starts torturing him further before the Spartan escapes and pursues the injured Fury. She's only mentioned when Megaera states the she and Alecto are too kind to him, meaning that the Fury showed mercy to Kratos during his imprisonment.

God of War III

Although not mentioned nor shown, Kratos comes across a large gate called the Gates of Tisiphone. It is unknown what relation the Fury has with the Gate but in Greek Mythology, it is said that she along with her sisters were tasked to punish evil souls in the pits of Tartarus.  

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