UNCOVER THE HISTORY OF THE HODDMÍMIS CARVINGS!
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Choosing not to accept their prophesied fate during Fimbulwinter, Kratos, Atreus, and Mimir did everything they could to prevent Ragnarök from ever happening. They failed. When it became obvious that war was inevitable, they found allies from across the realms in bringing war to the All-Father’s doorstep. As longtime enemies of Asgard, Vanaheim had its own set of gods and heroes willing to join the fight. So after Kratos and Freya were able to make peace, her brother Freyr and close friend and advisor Hildisvíni joined the cause. Others soon followed. Learning that changing their fate meant changing their choices, they united the realms and inspired each other to remember to be better.
Now, you can commemorate God of War Ragnarök with a carved collection of iconic figures from the hit PlayStation game.
- A set of 6 hand-painted polyresin figures
- Highly detailed, carved to look like wood
- Figures range in size from 2.5" - 4.5"
- Display-worthy packaging
Kratos’ story is one of redemption. By learning to forgive himself and trust in others, he transforms from a vengeful killing machine in Greece to someone who only uses his power and strength to protect those he cares about. He is haunted by the traumas of his past yet determined to show his son a different path. His intentions are good even if his actions sometimes have undesirable results.
Atreus is a constant reminder to Kratos of his past life and hopeful future. He pushes Kratos to evolve emotionally, see the good in people instead of immediately mistrusting them. Like Kratos, his emotions can put him in danger or lead to decisions that endanger others, though Atreus is primarily motivated by the greater good. His coming-of-age story represents the joy, sadness, and messy path on the way to adulthood.
Mimir has become a trusted friend and advisor to Kratos, at times helping him navigate the challenges of parenthood. He is a constant companion to Kratos throughout his journey, seeking redemption for his own past deeds. Mimir is also the main source of all lore for the Norse realms, with knowledge of the conflicts between Aesir, Vanir, and Giants, and who played what role. He is often the voice of reason when Kratos and Atreus’s emotions get the best of them. His experience as a trusted advisor is an asset for the many challenges faced by the father and son.
Freya is often a mirror of Kratos, a fierce warrior and overprotective parent, angry from being manipulated and tricked by powerful gods. Freya and Kratos are the only ones who can understand each other’s fears as it relates to who they are and the impact of their actions on their loved ones. Freya eventually becomes the trusted friend Kratos can count on in life after Ragnarök.
Freyr leads a small group in Vanaheim against the Einherjar occupation. He joins Kratos, Atreus, and Freya on their mission to bring down Odin.
The same spell that confines Freya to Midgard also prevents Hildisvíni from returning to his human form. Once the spell is broken, Hildisvíni returns to Vanaheim and resumes his role as advisor and counselor to the Vanir, supporting Freya and Freyr and recruiting the army of the dead in preparation for Ragnarök.