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Everyone says that, but he was driven to the point of rage by his intense sadness and depression. In GoW 3 once he saves Pandora he doesn't smile, but he is clearly happy to be with her, and cares about her safety. He also regrets letting her escape and feels bad. Then he also acknowledges all he's done wrong at the end. Kratos is not as one dimensional as people like to act like he is. They just don't like his behavior.
Grandy12 posted... 2 - Nothing actually happens to him which he doesn't shrug off.
Besides the death of his family (by his own hand). 2 of his deaths. Killing most of the Gods. Accidentally killing one of his own soldiers. Pandora's Death. Everyone betraying him over and over again. Being sent to Hades for the second time. Everyone banning together against him.
Lazy Jones posted... he doesnt need personality he just needs to be a bad ass character mario doesnt have personally too he doesnt talk much
Just what I was going to say. He's badass. Just like I'm not. Which is why I like him.
That's kinda flawed though, because mario's personality personifies itself through his actions. He's clearly a good guy that likes cake and hanging out with PP (FRIENDZONED) with his friendly dragon...Wait. Adventure Time = Mario.....MINDBLOWN
Jobocan posted... Nate_Dihldorff posted... He's not a protagonist. He's an anti-hero.
"Protagonist" means main character. And he's the main character. You're probably mixing some words up here.
Anyways, Kratos is a terrible character.
Protagonist means a main character that is good. An Antagonist can be a main character along with an Anti-Hero and a Degenerative Hero. And under what reasoning do you find him to be a terrible character? Is it because he's not all bubbly and happy like other main characters? That's not what he does.