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The Blade of Olympus vs. The Master Sword (actually it's Kratos vs. Link)
In this fight, Kratos and Link argue which of their swords is better, Kratos' Blade of Olympus or Link's Master Sword. They both suggest a fight to the death with only one weapon. Kratos brings only the Blade of Olympus and Link brings only the Master Sword.
Fight is in a coliseum.
Will the demigod of war destroy the elf with the Blade of Olympus or will the hero of Hyrule vanquish the ghost of Sparta with the Master Sword?
Except for having every single physical advantage imaginable with a weapon not only indiscriminate of who it harms, but in one game proves better than a weapon from a twenty-plus year old series. Just sayin'.
And until I outright see Kratos doing his actions for the sake of reveling in seeing everything he desires to be destroyed/maimed/killed for the sake of just that, then he's not evil, because that's not what he works for. Vengeance is cold, not evil, and vengeance is what Kratos is driven by, not a desire to cause desturction and despair ie, what it takes to be evil. He'd redeemed himself FROM that kind of thing.
Kratos effortlessly annihilates all but a composite Link, who a composite Kratos (hell, just a GoW2 Kratos) would still defeat.
First off it was mainly optional gamepaly. Secondly, kills all the innocents he needs if they 1. Impede his way or 2. If soemthing they have benefit his progress. That's kinda how anti-heroes work. Good and evil can't be as blunt or black and white as what's in Legend of Zelda. The most evil things Kratos has ever done, he's since regretted and atoned for.
First is right, I have never seen Kratos just run around, see an innocent baby or woman or whatever and kill them just because he can, nor have I seen him cherish the thought of killing someone helpless that did nothing to them.