Reblogged from coelasquid
voodoo-otter replied to your post: Proposition: Kratos is a fairly unique fixture in…I was under the impression that unrestrained rage was considered the only emotion acceptable for a manly man to express, making Kratos more like the Platonic ideal than some weird outlier.
Almost unilaterally action dudes are just unaffected and above it all. They’ll usually get a crowning moment of unrestrained rage in the finale, but that’s like the first time Goku goes super Saiyan or something, it’s the finishing move, the “you wouldn’t like me when I’m angry” sting. Otherwise they’re generally sunglasses-wearing unaffected emotional robots.
Kratos, on the other hand, is like… completely incapacitated by emotions 100% of the time, he is firing on all cylinders for the duration of just about any given God of War game, which will usually end with him raging himself out and making a futile attempt at suicide. His model generally varies between “maximum angry”
and “Whoops we had nowhere else to go and now we have to crank it up to 11”
He’s just this perpetual tornado of I AM SO ANGRY AND SAD PLEASE JUST LET IT BE OVER.
That is the story of God of War.
This explains why I like Kratos more than the rest.
Reblogged from marquisesassfang
IM GONNA FUCKIGN PISS MYSLEF
w what hte shit
that was the slowest 7 minutes of me being a mixture of uncomfortable and laughing ever
I did not just waste 7 minutes watching this…
I DIDN’T THINK THE BABY BULLET COMMERCIAL COULD GET ANY WORSE BUT THEN IT DID
[ WHAT IS AIRR hASHsdhaHAHAHAHAHAHAHHA I’m criyng HAHAAHAHAHAHA ]
THE LEGEND NEVER DIES.
Reblogged from babesinarmor
I got this from a forum. Anyone know a source for this lovely illustration? I don’t recognize the artist’s signature.
I should add that his website is pretty NSFW.
Thank you so much!