Sages Symbol

Be in the world of naruto, make your own char. and dominate!
 
HomePortalFAQSearchMemberlistUsergroupsRegisterLog in

Share | 
 

 kratos ghost of sparta

View previous topic View next topic Go down 
AuthorMessage
Guest
Guest



PostSubject: kratos ghost of sparta   Mon Feb 16, 2009 7:41 pm

Name:kratos

Gender:male

Village: mist

Rank: genin

Age: 11

Height- n/a

Weightn/a
Element: n/a

Summonings: n/a

Bio:im evil kinvil

Jutsu:posidons rage:i jump and make a movement and my opponent and me get hit with the lightning but it doesnt affect me it is a reflection

that rock guy:i hit the floor and a demon comes out and throws asteriods around the battle field


Ura Renge - Reverse Lotus
Character Use: Rock Lee
Rank: A
Range: Close (0m ~ 5m)
Type: Attack


Ura Renge is a Taijutsu technique which was forbidden due to the strain it puts on a ninja's body. To complete the technique, Lee had to open the first five of the Celestial Gates. By opening the first of the Celestial Gates, the Initial Gate, the ninja is able to release the restraints in the brain and push the body farther. In Lee's case, he was able to increase his speed and power. By opening the second gate, the Heal Gate, Lee was able to temporarily increase his stamina. With the opening of the Third Gate, the Life Gate, Lee's body turns a shade of red and he is able to perform the Ura Renge. When Lee performed the technique though, he also opened the fourth gate, the Harm Gate, and the fifth gate, the Limit Gate. Opening the gates removes the limiters placed on the body, and by opening these gates Lee was given a great increase in power in speed. The technique was forbidden though because as each subsquent gate is opened, the body faces more and more strain. When Lee opened the fifth gate, his muscles began to snap.

To utilize the Ura Renge, Lee will open the first three Celestial Gates. Then, like Omote Renge, he quickly moves beneath the target and kicks them upwards. While in the air Lee will then pummel his opponent throughout the air with high speed Taijutsu attacks to weaken them. Then at the apex of his attack he will strike his opponent in the chest towards the ground. Lee then moves in close to his opponent and attaches his bandage. Lee will then allow his opponent to get some distance, he then pulls his target back to his body and does a hard downward palm strike to their chest causing them to crash into the ground with massive damage.


Finishers:

Equipment: meryals head(can freeze people with stone if they look at it or if she looks at them) golden fleece(a thing on my shoulder which is unbreakable)blades of athena (they are close and ong range) tiger claws(two metal hands in a shape of a liger)

Outfit: my avi

Strengths: strong and faster then most genin

weakness's:

Abilities: is never dizzy and i can control beast and animals with pain

Bloodline:
Back to top Go down
Kisame- Same Sennin
Admin
avatar

Posts : 189
Join date : 2009-02-01

PostSubject: Re: kratos ghost of sparta   Mon Feb 16, 2009 10:02 pm

FAILED NO CROSS CHAR.S
Back to top Go down
View user profile http://dawnofthesage.forumotion.net
Osha

avatar

Posts : 155
Join date : 2009-02-02

PostSubject: Re: kratos ghost of sparta   Mon Feb 16, 2009 10:06 pm

why not he is the god of war
Back to top Go down
View user profile
Hidan ~Ketsu Sennin~
Ketsu Sennin
Ketsu Sennin
avatar

Posts : 38
Join date : 2009-02-01
Age : 24
Location : Jashinist Temple

PostSubject: Re: kratos ghost of sparta   Mon Feb 16, 2009 10:57 pm

epic fail , besides mars is god of war kratos is just a dude who wants to kill gods
Back to top Go down
View user profile
Kisame- Same Sennin
Admin
avatar

Posts : 189
Join date : 2009-02-01

PostSubject: Re: kratos ghost of sparta   Tue Feb 17, 2009 5:24 pm

Kratos in Greek Religon
In Greek mythology, Cratos (English translation: "strength") was a son of Pallas and Styx, and he was the personification of strength and power. Cratos and his siblings, Nike ("victory"), Bia ("force") and Zelus ("zeal"), were all companions of Zeus.

The spelling Kratos would be more faithful to the original Greek spelling, which is Κράτος, Krátos. The Latinized spelling Cratus has also been used. The noun kratos in its abstract sense is the second compound in words like democracy, theocracy, meritocratic, aristocrat, and the like.

Cratos simply accepts Zeus's orders completely. Zeus's justice, for Cratos, is the only possible justice. Cratos cannot understand how someone might fail to hate an enemy of Zeus. He shows an absolute identification of a slave with his master, taking Zeus's thoughts as his thoughts and Zeus's orders as his maxims. Unlike Hephaestus and Oceanus, Cratos experiences no friendship or pity because he has no value system outside the one imposed on him by Zeus. In another strand of myth, Cratos is a Titan who binds Prometheus on order of Hephaestus.


Kratos in game
Kratos is the fictional protagonist of the God of War series. The character first appeared in God of War, released in 2005. In this game, Kratos is on a quest for revenge, a theme continued throughout the God of War series. The series has become a flagship title for the PlayStation brand, appearing on both the PlayStation 2 and PlayStation Portable, with a PlayStation 3 game in development. God of War: Betrayal is the first game in the series released for another platform, being the first mobile game in the series.

The character went through many stages of development, with his final design being chosen due to his "Greek" and "brutal" characteristics. Kratos uses a distinctive main weapon in all of the God of War games. The "chain blades", a pair of swords attached by chains to Kratos' arms, were chosen to show an "animalistic" nature while allowing a fluid combat animation. The character has received a mostly positive critical reception, being described by reviewers as a "sympathetic antihero", while his gameplay was perceived as "a nightmare to his enemies, but a dream to control".[1] His role in the first game's plot received a similar reaction, particularly his "tragic fall and brutal ascension to the peaks of Mount Olympus".[2] National Entertainment Collectibles Association has produced a series of action figures featuring Kratos' appearance in God of War II.

The main idea when creating Kratos was to design someone that looked "brutal", while separating its appearance from what is considered the traditional Greek hero.[3] The character's look was supposed to feel violent and impulsive.[3] One of the early concepts was to have a fully masked character, but the idea was abandoned when such designs seemed "soulless", lacking a defined personality.[4] During the creative process, game director David Jaffe focused on the "brutal" factor; this led to the team focusing on the character's primal aspect. At a point all traditional armor was removed from the character, in order to conserve his "individualism".[5] Numerous designs were drawn, ranging from one resembling a member of a African tribe to several using traditional Greek armors. Various changes were done to these drawings in order to make the character seem as "Greek" as possible.[5] Some of the models included unconventional elements, including an infant being carried on Kratos' back.[6] Others were deemed to include excessive detail, these included hair and other "flowing things" which were discarded after they were considered a bigger effort when creating the virtual models.[6] The chain blades were selected as Kratos' signature weapons because the team considered that they emphasized the character's animalistic nature while at the same time making his combat more fluid.

Throughout the series, Kratos acts as an anti-hero,[8] often making immoral decisions to further his goal; sacrificing unprotected humans for example. Prior to the start of the series, he served as the captain of Sparta's army and was only interested in increasing his power by conquering his opponents.[9] His personality changes when he becomes a servant to Ares, after which he faithfully followed the god's orders.[9] After he stopped serving Ares, Kratos continues to serve the gods in order to receive forgiveness, but shows a defiant stance against them. Once contacted by the gods of Olympus, Kratos shows disregard for their plight, only following their orders for personal benefit.[9] In the first game, Kratos' main motive is revenge. He is ordered to assassinate Ares and agrees to do so to achieve absolution from his past crimes

Throughout most of the series Kratos' skin is seen completely lacking pigmentation, only showing his original skin color in flashbacks. The reason for this is made evident when the player is shown a scene, where a village oracle placed a curse on Kratos, which fastened the ashes of his murdered daughter and wife to his skin.[11] The character does not use a significant amount of clothes, usually seen only wearing a loincloth, sandals and gauntlets. Some exceptions include the early stages of God of War II where he is seen wearing armor reminiscent to the one used by Ares in the first game and cutscenes detailing his past, where he wears a different set of armor. Some of his distinctive features include large red markings, which cover half of his body and head, and the chain blades, which are attached to his wrists in all of the series' installments. Kratos' face exhibits a scar crossing over his right eye and a

Prior to the events in the game, Kratos was the youngest and most promising captain in Sparta's army, quickly gaining recognition due to his violent tactics. During an attack by a barbarian tribe, they were outnumbered. Before being killed by the barbarian king, Kratos summoned Ares, the Greek god of war, and offered his soul in exchange for a victory.[12] He continued to serve Ares until the god tricked him into killing his own family, after which he served several of the Greek gods for a decade. After becoming tired of serving the gods to erase the memories of his family's murder, he contacted Athena, who offered him forgiveness if he was able to stop Ares' destruction of Athens. After defeating several monsters which were attacking citizens, Kratos saves the city's oracle who tells him to retrieve Pandora's box in order to defeat Ares.[13] Kratos succeeds in this task, but is killed by Ares and sent to Hades. After escaping from the underworld he returns to Athens and confronts Ares, regaining control of Pandora's box and using its power to kill the god. When he discovers that the gods' forgiveness does not include allowing him to forget his mistakes, he attempts suicide, but is stopped by Athena who informs him that he has been granted Ares' throne on Mount Olympus

God of War II begins with Kratos performing his office as the new god of war. He however had chosen to avoid the other gods, instead using his powers to aid the Spartans in battle.[15] This angered several of the other Olympians, but after receiving an ultimatum, Kratos ignored it and decided to destroy the city of Rhodes, where the Spartan army was fighting. Upon descending to the city, Zeus brings the Colossus of Rhodes to life and tricks Kratos into transferring all of his godly strength into the Blade of Olympus, the sword used to defeat the Titans in the Titanomachy. Zeus then gains control of the sword and stabs him with it, declaring to Kratos "you will never be the ruler of Olympus".[16] After this, Gaia aids Kratos in escaping from Hades and tells him to find the Fates in order to change his destiny. He travels to the island of the Fates, where he retrieves the Golden Fleece and the power of some of the surviving Titans. Kratos eventually reaches the temple of the Fates with the help of Atlas and confronts them. The Fates decline to help him, citing that his destiny was already determined.[17] Seeing that the Fates were not going to help him, Kratos fights and kills them. He then rewinds the thread that controlled his life and returns to the moment when Zeus betrayed him, regaining control of the Blade of Olympus. Both engage in battle, Zeus becomes badly injured, but Athena intervenes before Kratos can kill him, resulting in her getting mortally wounded. Before dying, Athena reveals to Kratos that he is Zeus' son.[18] The game ends with Kratos rewinding the thread a second time and returning to the moment of the Titanomachy, where he convinces the Titans to accompany him back to his time and engage in battle against the Olympians

GOD OF WAR BETRAYAL!!!
Following the events of the first God of War, Kratos is framed for the murder of Hera's pet, Argos, by an unknown assassin in an effort to destroy the anti-hero's reputation with the gods of Olympus. Kratos pursues him through Greece in order to discover the identity of the assassin's master, who is attempting to turn the gods against him. However, the son of Hermes, Ceryx, is sent to deliver a message to Kratos from Zeus, who's becoming increasingly concerned with the amount of destruction left in Kratos' aftermath. Ceryx confronts Kratos, but the god of war refuses to cease and engages the messenger in battle. Taking advantage of the situation, the assassin escapes. Kratos kills Ceryx and the Spartan soldiers celebrate, but observing the dead god's body he realizes that Zeus would eventually take action for this act of defiance.
Back to top Go down
View user profile http://dawnofthesage.forumotion.net
Osha

avatar

Posts : 155
Join date : 2009-02-02

PostSubject: Re: kratos ghost of sparta   Thu Feb 19, 2009 6:53 pm

um can u guys approve my card and i didnt need to know that shit kuro
Back to top Go down
View user profile
Sponsored content




PostSubject: Re: kratos ghost of sparta   

Back to top Go down
 
kratos ghost of sparta
View previous topic View next topic Back to top 
Page 1 of 1
 Similar topics
-
» My Autobiography; The Ghost of Rock & Roll
» Midwest Book Reviews MBR Ghost Orchid by D. K. Christi
» "So you're an opera ghost, huh? How much does that pay...?"
» Ghost in the Shell (**Possible Spoliers Alert**)
» A Ghost Story For Christmas.

Permissions in this forum:You cannot reply to topics in this forum
Sages Symbol :: Profiles :: Ninja Sheets-
Jump to: