This isn't against the regulations, since not only it doesn't contradict anything, but it also makes sense since Aegaeon in mythology was portrayed as one of the strongest allies of the gods, and the director plainly states that they drew from mythology when creating him.
Furthermore, notice how the second WoG expands on the statement by saying that Aegaeon had much better upper body strength, being equal to Atlas and a little above Cronos, and i don't need to remind you guys that Atlas casually held up the world on his shoulders.
Now, i'm sure people will try to say the WoGs are wrong because Aegaeon was rather easily stomped by The Furies, who lost to a street-level version of Kratos. However, this is false, because the Furies don't need to scale to Aegaeon physically. Notice that when the Furies attacked Aegaeon, they seemed to do so by mentally assaulting him, as proven by the black fog surrounding him, and this is true since the Furies are very heavily dependent on mindhax. So they don't need to be eligible to any physical scaling, they just brought him down with Mind Manipulation.
In other words, Zeus has a very good feat to support his current rating. Should be included in the profiles.
Now, let's get into the haxes.
Resistance to Death Manipulation
This was accepted the last time i brought it up, but for some reason the profile wasn't updated to reflect that.
Kratos was capable of resisting the effects the River Styx,which was stated to slay anyone who drank from it. It especifically mentions Kratos's immunity to its effects, too. Should be noted that, while not slaying Kratos, the river did affect him by weakening him a little.
Thankfully, though, Kratos acquires full-blown immunity after getting the Helmet of Hades.
Resistance to Mind Manipulation
Kratos has two different mind manipulation resistance feats throughout the series.
The second one happens in God of War: Ascension, where Kratos resists Tisiphone's mind-hax, and Tisiphone is especifically stated, both in the notes Kratos comes across and by WoG, to be a "mind-f*" for Kratos. However, Kratos drives on. The same Mind Manipulation was enough to drain the sanity of hundreds of prisoners and Aegaeon as seen above.
Kratos is capable of absorbing the life-force of his enemies with the Blades of Chaos, and later the Blades of Athena and Exile, increasing his own strength. Source
Charon's Wrath, a magic in Chains of Olympus, also shows the ability to consume an enemy's life-force, presumably being even better than the Blades.
That's two life force absorption feats, and this also means Kratos can ignore durability.
After obtaining the Power of Hope, Kratos gains resistance to Fear Zeus, who was empowered with the concept of fear from Pandora's Box according to Athena. He goes so far as to make himself immune to Zeus's attacks.
The immortality comes from the fact that, even after sinking the Blade of Olympus into himself, Kratos survives and apparently regenerates a large hole in his stomach. The director of the new God of War 4 game, Cory Barlog, even says this about Kratos . I don't know if this counts as Type 3 immortality, but i'm pretty sureit's some kind of immortality.
Also, this would count as an upgrade for Kratos's regen. It's currently Low-Mid, but regenerating from this would certainly count as a fatal wound, and thus Mid-Low.
- The Furies were capable of causing an earthquake across a chain of islands indirectly . While the island Alecto was on was tiny, the Delos region is a part of a considerably larger archipelago named Cyclades, so this feat should be around this range. Also, a smaller upgrade, but Alecto managed to pull down the Lantern of Delos, which should be pretty safely in the millions of tons range, so it's a Class M+ feat.
A friend of mine calculated Hermes's feat of dodging the Head of Helios, and got 1/3 of the speed of light. This is excellent, since it scales to the top-tiers (At full power, Zeus threw a bolt that flabbergasted Hermes, and according to WoG the reason why Kratos could keep up with Zeus was because he had Hermes's boots, so this definitely scales to Zeus. Should also scale to Hercules, since he can replicate the feat )
I manage. Eventually i find new evidence and new stuff to add to my PoV.
Also, i noticed that some people believe the Underworld is part of the Earth's layers. This isn't true, and i have a HUGE write-up on wordpard disproving this. I'll post it later, alongside a GoW Cosmology blog.
Also, didn't Kratos punch chains hard enough for them to imprison Atlas with the Gauntlet of Zeus? That would likely make the gauntlet High 6-A, since Atlas could hold the world with a single hand if he had to.
Also, according to Atropos on page 32 of the God of War II novel, Atlantis is not an island, but a continent, which means that Thera's feat of sinking it in God of War: Ghost of Sparta is possibly a Small Continent level, likely higher feat, so even demonstrably low-level\low-tier Titans are probably 6-A.
Andika CL atmadja wrote: do you think hades has few hax like his warrior ?
Sorry for the late reply but i would say yes. Hades is the source and giver of his Champion's powers so there's no reason to assume he can't replicate the powers of the Champions (this apllies for Poseidon, Zeus and Ares)