Over the course of the God of War Series, excluding God of War: Betrayal, Kratos comes across multiple naked or topless women in various locations. By approaching these women, he can engage in off-screen sex by performing a minigame. Doing it correctly will release Red Orbs, and result in the women commending Kratos' abilities. The most known woman that Kratos has sex with is Aphrodite, the goddess of love and, of course, sex.
God of War Series
|“||Is that Kratos? The Gods have rewarded us! Glory to Eros, he has given us a champion. Come champion,show me your strength.||”|
–Illusion of women cast by Tisiphone
There is a seduction scene seen in God of War: Ascension where a group of woman try to seduce to Kratos, but they are bested by Tisiphone, disguised as a mortal woman. The Spartan follows her but notices Lysandra´s ring and thus pushes her away; the environment changes and Tisiphone prepares to fight, however, before the brawl can start Megaera claims that Kratos is hers and attacks him. This is the first time in the series that Kratos does not have a sexual act with any woman present in the game.
Chains of Olympus
|“||Is there anything we can do to repay you?||”|
–One of the twins after Kratos encounters them.
In God of War: Chains of Olympus, Kratos comes across female twins in a side chamber of the Stronghold of Attica, after having defeated the Persian King.
The twins had apparently been threatened and forced to remain in the room. During the sexual act a candle can be seen moving around, reacting to Kratos' and the twins' actions.
God of War
–One of the women, after Kratos leaves.
In God of War, two women are seen in Kratos' bed chambers of his ship. During the sexual act, a vase can be seen reacting to the rocking of the boat, and eventually shattering on the floor when Kratos completes the minigame. Later, in the opening sequence of God of War II, the twins appear at Kratos' feet, near his Throne of War acting as his consorts. Dialogue between Kratos and the women can be heard, with them beckoning Kratos to stay, and him shrugging their temptations off. In the novel, their role is slightly extended. They are revealed to be twins, named Zora and Lora, and are daughters of Aphrodite, goddess of love and beauty.
Ghost of Sparta
|“||Lord Kratos, come and play with us.||”|
–One of the women at the entrance.
God of War II
|“||Praise the Gods.||”|
–One of the women.
God of War III
|“||Now, I ask you again, Kratos, will you stay?||”|
During his travels across the Upper Gardens, Kratos finds Aphrodite in her chambers having sex with her handmaidens. He has a brief conversation with her, where she bemoans the sorry state of the bridges outside, as it prevents any men from visiting her.
She claims that Daedalus is too busy on Zeus' project to fix them, and that only her "worthless" husband Hephaestus knows how to operate them, all while rolling around her bed provocatively. She asks Kratos to stay with her. If Kratos and Aphrodite make love, Aphrodite's handmaidens watch them from close by, and ultimately get so aroused that they start making love as well. After the mini-game, Aphrodite rewards Kratos with Red Orbs.
- In Ghost of Sparta, one of the women made a reference to the website Spartans Stand Tall, by saying "Spartans really do stand tall!"
- Leda is also the name of a Spartan queen who by Zeus became the mother of Helen, whose running away with Paris of Troy resulted in the 10-year-long Trojan War.
- Ghost of Sparta has the most amount of women Kratos has sex with, a total of eight. God of War III has the least amount, only having sex with Aphrodite, while all the other games he has sex with two.
- The Ghost of Sparta sex mini game gives the most amount of red orbs
- Ascension and Betrayal are to date the only games in the series not to have a sex minigame.