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|“||Face thyself, and your fate shall be sealed.||”|
God of War: Ghost of SpartaEdit
After Kratos had entered Sparta, he came to this temple, where he saw the Last Spartan, and a few others, destroying a statue of Ares. After the Last Spartan had left to retrieve the Arms of Sparta for Kratos, Kratos ventured forward into the temple. Next to another statue of Ares inside the temple, he came across a large mirror. Reaching his hand towards the mirror, his reflection suddenly attempted to pull Kratos inside. As he pulled his hand away, his reflection changed into his younger self, only to jump out and attack him. Kratos, however, was able to defeat his reflection and subsequently destroy the mirror. After having found the Skull of Keres, Kratos returned to Atlantis in order to enter Death's Domain and save Deimos.
|Locations:||Temple of Ares|
|Spartans:||Kratos | Last Spartan | King of Sparta | King Leonidas (Non-Canon) | Kratos' Army | Kratos' Fleet|
|Residents:||Deimos | Callisto | Calliope | Lysandra | Disciples of Ares | Brothel Women | Dissenter|
|Gods Worshiped:||Ares (Formerly) | Kratos|
|Other Enemies:||Kratos' Ghost|
|Significant Encounters and Items|
|Encounters:||Sex Mini Game|
|Items:||Kratos' Equipment | Callisto's Armlet | Aphrodite's Ambrosia | Ares' Sword | The Skull of Keres | Arms of Sparta | Sword of Valor | King Leonidas Set (Multiplayer Only)|
|Events:||Siege of Attica | Siege of Athens | Siege of Rhodes | Pride of Sparta | The Marked Warrior|
|Others:||A Secret Revealed | Birth of the Beast | Bonus Costumes | Zeus|