- Oct 27, 2017
This is a real good one,It give us hints at the overall story
I noticed this as well, and I'm just speculating but I'm 99% sure Freya is the mother, but I wonder if the twist is going to be that Odin is his father, not Kratos. She could have been pregnant before being banished.
I am also getting similar connection based on videos, and if it is true then I am gonna really be disappointed and might hurt my enjoyment from the game. Hope it is not and would be really angry at Santa Monica if they spoiled story with these videos.
well it is too easy to understand based on videos that she could be mother, and also odin can also be real father. There are not many possibilities, and I hope Cory knows what he is doing with these videos as these are really big spoilers if most of these are true.
No not really Cory already confirmed that he is 100% kratos son.well it is too easy to understand based on videos that she could be mother, and also odin can also be real father. There are not many possibilities, and I hope Cory knows what he is doing with these videos as these are really big spoilers if most of these are true.
Yes, especially between how Ch 5 ends and the following excerpts that speak to her Godly powers (which now reside in Atreus) from various sources:
In the province of Småland, Sweden, an account is recorded connecting Freyja with sheet lightning in this respect. Writer Johan Alfred Göth recalled a Sunday in 1880 where men were walking in fields and looking at nearly ripened rye, where Måns in Karryd said: "Now Freyja is out watching if the rye is ripe". Along with this, Göth recalls another mention of Freyja in the countryside:
When as a boy I was visiting the old Proud-Katrina, I was afraid of lightning like all boys in those days. When the sheet lightning flared at the night, Katrina said: "Don't be afraid little child, it is only Freyja who is out making fire with steel and flintstone to see if the rye is ripe. She is kind to people and she is only doing it to be of service, she is not like Thor, he slays both people and livestock, when he is in the mood" [...] I later heard several old folks talk of the same thing in the same way
From Sony twitter post