Persephone was not the goddess of war. Palace of Hades. God of War is an action-adventure game franchise created by David Jaffe at Sony's Santa Monica Studio.It began in 2005 on the PlayStation 2 (PS2) video game console, and has become a flagship title for the PlayStation brand, consisting of eight games across multiple platforms.
Persephone now sticks to the air and launches one of two projectile attacks.
God of War: Chains of ... Go through the door past the save room and follow the outdoor path to a large courtyard where you'll meet with Persephone. She was quite favored by her mother when she became the Goddess of Fruitfulness where she provided fruit to the gods. Ares was the god of war (and Athena is a goddess of a different aspect of war). He originally started off as an ally towards Kratos, but after being infected by Pandora's Box, he (along with most of the God of Olympus) aided Zeus to kill Kratos. One of them is a beam that'll hit Kratos as soon as it comes in contact with you.
There is a giant statue of Hades and you have to turn a crank to open the handcuffs and then get his arms in there. Persephone is the Goddess of Fruitfulness who became the Queen of the Underworld after been forced to marry Hades. Hades is the God of the Underworld and a major antagonist in the video game God of War III. Persephone was the goddess of flowers and springtime, and also the goddess of the dead. Persephone is the Queen of the Underworld, and is the final boss and main enemy in God of War: Chains of Olympus.After tricking Kratos into removing his powers, she reveals her plans to destroy the pillar of Atlas that upholds the world, and with it Mount Olympus. Destroy the structure in here for Orbs and grab the cart with the pile of stones on it. He was voiced by Nolan North in God of War (2005), and Clancy Brown for the rest of the series. I'm stuck on the puzzle in the Palace of Hades where you see Persephone in her glass coffin. How do I solve the puzzle with Persephone (in her glass coffin) in the Palace of Hades? In this cavernous room with a large tree in the middle, head into the hallway on the right. Born in Mount Olympus, Persephone was the daughter of Demeter and Zeus.