The souls of the dead enter the Realm of the Underworld through the Gates of Hades.
Gates of hades

Gates of Hades

Greek MythologyEdit

In Greek myth, when the souls of the dead entered the realm of Hades, they had to first pass through its gates. Many myths state the gates are guarded by the Cerberus.

In God of War: Chains of OlympusEdit

The Gates of Hades is a massive gate seen in God of War: Chains of Olympus, while in Asphodel, beyond the ruins. As they can only be passed by those who are dead, Kratos would need to find another route. On the other side of them can be seen the Temple of Persephone and the Groves of Persephone, indicating that this path is a direct route to them.

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