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About Atreus


Atreus is a happy and curious child who is kind to others when he engages in conversation with them, believing that he should help people whether they be living or dead. He is fond of exploring and learning Norse mythology, particularly from Mimir and Freya. Atreus is a young boy with red hair and a scarred face. The scar on his face resembles the marking Deimos has. He has light freckling and his eyes are an icy blue. He is dressed in leathers and hides of fur. Additionally, the sash around his waist is remarkably similar to Kratos's loincloth during his time in Greece; red in color with golden patterns around it. He comes up to his father's hip and looks to be around ten years of age.

Atreus was conceived between the Greek demigod-turned-God of War, Kratos and a J├Âtunn named Laufey, whom he called Faye. He was a sickly child and only recently grew healthy enough to travel. Not much is known about his past other than the fact Kratos was rarely home because he was practicing control over his rage, which Atreus misinterprets as hunting. Faye would teach Atreus about reading Runes, hunting, and the Norse gods. Faye had passed away sometime later, although the causes are still unknown.

Likely due to him being a son of the former god of war and a warrior frost giantess. Atreus possesses considerable superhuman physical abilities but due to his age and years of sickness, he is significantly weaker than he should be. After Kratos tells him about his origin his illness retreats and some of his power gradually appears.


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