Blades of Chaos: Powerful weapons given to Kratos by Ares after he pledged his allegiance to him. In Chains of Olympus, when the Blades of Chaos were upgraded to Level 5, they didn't show the red cracks on the Blades.
Blades of Chaos: Powerful weapons given to Kratos by Ares after he pledged his allegiance to him. They were a pair of large curved blades that were attached to Kratos' arms via chains, which served as both weapons and marks of his servitude to the God of War. He could swing them about to strike enemies and pks. Kratos lost them after Ares ripped them from his arms during a hallucination of Lysandra and Calliope and their deaths.
Blade of Artemis: A large, cumbersome blade given to Kratos by Artemis. It was quite slow, but also did more damage to enemies than the Blades of Chaos.
Rage of the Gods: An ability gained and improved by upgrading the Blades of Chaos. The meter appeared at the bottom of the screen, and when full, you could activate "Rage of the Gods". While activated, Kratos did a lot more damage to his enemies and also took less damage.
Blades of Athena: Magical blades bestowed on Kratos by Athena. Functioned the same as the Blades of Chaos. Given to Kratos as he ascended to Godhood, after Ares had taken the Blades of Chaos from him during their final battle in God of War. The Blades were dulled and drained of power after Kratos fell into the River Styx in God of War III.
Barbarian Hammer: A slow, but powerful melee weapon originally wielded by the Barbarian King, Alrik. Kratos could deliver powerful slams and smashes, and also summoned legions of souls.
Spear of Destiny: A weapon originally used by the Dark Rider. Kratos could perform deadly swipes and stabs, and could also fire dangerous piercing projectiles at enemies.
Blade of Olympus: A divine sword so powerful that it allowed Zeus to defeat the Titans in the Titanomachy. It was also one of the only known tools (along with Pandora's Box and the Gauntlet of Zeus) that had the power to harm and kill other Gods. The weapon could be powered up with experience Orbs to increase its power and add new attacks. However, the Blade of Olympus, normally a weapon that was provided solely by plot developments, could only be used during the fight with the Colossus of Rhodes, fighting Zeus in the last battle of the game, and Bonus Play.
Poseidon's Rage: A magic from God of War. Kratos used it in the first part of the game (at Rhodes), but lost it upon sacrificing his Godly Powers. However, Kratos could use that magic ability during Bonus Play if the Urn of Poseidon was unlocked and used. The urn switched Cronos' Rage with Poseidon's Rage.
Typhon's Bane: A magical bow-like weapon that allowed Kratos to fire rapid blasts of wind.
Cronos' Rage: An attack that used electricity to strike multiple targets via orbs of lightning. Higher levels spread further, attacked more targets, and even created an explosion at the end of its duration.
Head of Euryale: The severed head of Euryale, which could be used to turn enemies to stone (similar to Medusa's Gaze from God of War, however, it was powerful enough to turn other Gorgons to stone).
Atlas Quake: A radial ground-pounding attack in which Kratos summoned strong earthquakes to smite opponents.
Poseidon's Trident: Kratos continued to use that item in God of War II. Allowed Kratos to swim, dive, and breathe underwater infinitely.
Rage of the Titans: Gained from Prometheus, and was similar to the "Rage of the Gods" from God of War. That power could only be activated initially when a meter was filled either due to Kratos taking damage or collecting Gold Orbs. Activating the power increased Kratos' attack power for a short time and also allowed him to take less damage from enemy attacks. The player was allowed to activate and deactivate the Rage of the Titans whenever they wished, unlike the Rage of the Gods which had to be fully charged and then could only be fully drained.
Blades of Athena: Given to Kratos by Athena at the end of God of War. Kratos used them for the first portion of the game, however, like in the previous games, they were soon replaced by the Blades of Exile.
Blades of Exile: A weapon similar to the Blades of Chaos and the Blades of Athena from the previous games. After the Blades of Athena became dulled when Kratos fell into the River Styx, Athena gave them to Kratos in order to regain his trust. Their magic power called forth the spears and shields of Kratos' exiled Spartan brothers, that protected him and damaged his foes. Could be upgraded up to Level 5.
Claws of Hades: Kratos obtained that weapon from Hades during their fight. Their fighting style was similar to the Blades of Exile, but the moves were executed slower. Those weapons had the power to call forth damned souls. Could be leveled up to Level 5. More levels increased the range of souls that Kratos could choose from.
Nemean Cestus: A Powerful weapon originally wielded by Hercules. It was a chained fist weapon that resembled lion heads. Kratos could execute impressive combos, yet slow ones compared to his other weapons. It was the only weapon with the ability to break Onyx, which made it one of the most useful weapons of the game. Its magic power consisted of Kratos slamming the ground and creating powerful shockwaves.
Nemesis Whip: A weapon given to Kratos by Hephaestus after Kratos gave him the Omphalos Stone. They were a pair of triple blades that were chained together. Hephestus gave it the power to project electricity. The magic power that came along with it was similar to Cronos' Rage.
Bow of Apollo: The first item that Kratos acquired in God of War III. He obtained it after he killed Peirithous, the Mortal lover of Persephone, who was imprisoned in the Underworld by Hades and condemned to spend all eternity trapped within a cage of brambles. That item was similar to Typhon's Bane, except that it used the elemental power of fire instead of wind.
Head of Helios: The decapitated head of Helios was the second item obtained in God of War III. Kratos acquired that item after he met with an injured Helios, and, after a brief tussle of words, Kratos ruthlessly ripped his head off his shoulders. The beam held the power to reveal secrets, such as hidden doors and chests. When the beam shined on enemies, it temporarily blinded them. The item was very useful in dark areas and functioned as a sort of flashlight/lantern.
Boots of Hermes: Were depicted as greaves with burning red wings on them. Kratos mercilessly amputated them out of the legs of their owner; Hermes. Those greaves allowed Kratos to make a short dash forward, rammed through enemies and threw them aside, as well as gave him the ability to run alongside walls that were marked with shining and golden bootprints.