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The architect who built this temple was a zealot. He lived only to serve the gods but went mad trying. The rumor is that he's still alive, still inside... still trying to appease the gods who abandoned him years ago...

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Pathos Verdes III


Pathos Verdes III

In-Game Information
Alias/es: Architect of Pandora's temple
Gender: Male
Birthplace: {{{birthplace}}}
Species/Race: Mortal
Misc. Information
Family Member/s: *Unnamed sons
  • Unnamed wife
Current status: Deceased
Location: Pandora's Temple
Behind the Scenes
Voiced by: none
Appears in: God of War

Pathos Verdes III was the self-proclaimed loyal subject and architect of the Gods assigned to the building of Pandora's Temple and eventually went insane in his quest to please them.

BiographyEdit

The Assignment of the GodsEdit

Pathos Verdes was a zealot with a wife and two sons. One day the Gods appeared before of him and commanded him to build a temple to house Pandora's Box, the most powerful weapon a mortal can wield. Pathos, loyal to the gods, accepted the task and began his plans.

Construction of the TempleEdit

Pathos Verdes began the work building the temple. With the help of some Harpies, their riders, and the Gods, they subdued Cronos, who was cursed to wander the desert until he died. He then started to build the temple on the back of Cronos. His traps and designs were straight forward at first, but would soon become more and more difficult as he lost his mind.

Downfall into InsanityEdit

While he was building the temple, his first son died, and soon after that his other son died. After their deaths, he grew insane and started to lose faith in the Gods. While he was still building it, heroes began visiting the temple and many died. These first unsuccessful heroes would be cursed and as he grew more insane he began to make the traps more elaborate and harder. Eventually, he used the bodies of his dead sons in the traps. This caused a serious problem with his wife and in an argument he stabbed her in the chest with a knife, killing her. He was still working on the temple when he killed himself, cursing the Gods.

The Temple of PandoraEdit

The temple proves more difficult to traverse as Kratos proceeds, this may represent the increasing insanity Verdes experienced as he built it. He killed himself but it appears that he was planning to end the temple there as there are what appears to be unfinished sections in it. Also it gives an insight into Kratos' hatred of the Gods.

TriviaEdit

  • Pathos Verdes III is many ways, similar to Kratos. Both have chosen to serve a god, Kratos served Ares and Pathos Verdes III served Zeus and his brothers. Both have killed their families in a fit of rage and under control of the gods. Both have cursed them and committed suicide in order to escape the madness (only Pathos succeeded.).

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