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God of War: Lore and Legends: Lore & Legends

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It is a recount of his mother's lessons, the journey, Fimbulwinter, Norse lore (well, God of War's take), and a catalog of the enemies which can be helpful to anyone playing the game. Then he explained that Freya came to visit him after they'd gone to Jotunheim, asking questions about Odin and the Valkyrie Wings that indicated she was going to reclaim her warrior spirit. But to Atreus, everything with his mother was an adventure, whether it be picking herbs in the woods or her stories when he was sick with fever. Frankly, when enraged, Kratos is the most frightening killer I've ever seen- and that includes some pretty bloodthirsty Aesir brutes, believe me.

Atreus also notes how after they came home, Kratos started using his blades more often- with the rise of so many Hel-Walkers, they don't have a choice. It reads as something between an RPG handbook (with each creature having a picture, a short description and a table that lists strengths and weaknesses) and a game guidebook. Once I got into the sections that cover lore and enemies that are covered in the game, my interest waned considerably. This hardcover volume chronicles Atreus and Kratos’ journey through the fabled Nine Realms, from the Wildwoods of Midgard to the mountains of Jötunheim and beyond.Most of their friends thought that Fimbulwinter had come, albeit extremely early, and Mimir theorised that it was Baldur's death that did something weird to the cycle. I really liked the first half of this book as it goes over the history of the Norse mythology in this universe, the lore and stories that have been passed down, as well as transcribing several conversations that occur in-game. This digital volume chronicles Atreus and Kratos' journey through the fabled Nine Realms, from the Wildwoods of Midgard to the mountains of Jötunheim and beyond. Unfortunately it does read a little more like a gameplay guide rather than an actual journal on all the creatures, but it still has all the details on the things you'll be fighting.

Before, Mimir explained how people felt a special kind of hate for the ones who kill their children, and that it was possible Freya could come to forgive them, given time. I would reccomend this for anyone who is interested in learning more about the creatures and world of GOW. In addition, it contains illustrations and commentary from the artists who worked on the game, as well as information about the creation of the main characters, Kratos and Atreus.But then his father told him that they could be the gods they chose to be, and that they didn't have to be the same as the gods who came before them. They had to camp out in a hall for six days, and when they came out, everything was frozen and covered in snow. Most of the paragraphs could have been written from any POV and been the same, and this feels a bit of a waste.

One of the things I appreciated most about this book was how it shed light on some of the more obscure aspects of the games. On one occasion, when he was practising with his bow, he got distracted by the thoughts of a rabbit far away.

On the other hand, his father didn't seem to want to interact with him at all, despite hunting for them all the time and building their "seriously solid" house. One time, while Atreus was studying runic charms, he spoke one rune and suddenly he gained a sight, describing it as this warm fluid that moved inside of him. It recreates his journal and recounts his and Kratos' journey in God of War (2018) as well as a bestiary, dossiers, and events that take place before and after the game.

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