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I know this sounds silly, but please don't create new categories before consulting more experienced users first. Those that come to mind, would be myself, or Greyhem.
Recent examples include: God of War III Ultimate Trilogy Edition, God of War Trilogy, and Deceased. The former two are trilogy related (obviously), and are no longer relevant, because of Ascension's pending release.
The latter has been discussed countless times. Death is not really final in the God of War universe. First of all, there's Elysium. Even if it is afterlife, you're not really dead. It's called AfterLIFE. Secondly, numerous people who previously died, have been reencountered in later stages. Both the Sea Captain, and Athena come to mind.
The Captain was encountered in hell, yes, and Athena transcended, yes, but my point still stands. Death is not final in the God of War universe. Kratos himself is living proof. So even though the ultimate fates of certain people have never been concluded, they too could very well resurrect. The developers simply never chose to go down that path, because, well, ... no one cares what happened to Villager #3 in God of War II.
In conclusion, see my first paragraph. That is all. KratosGodofWar (Radi0n) 08:31, April 19, 2012 (UTC)