Kratos và loki tại sao loki là con trai kratos

This article contains lore based on real-life sources from Norse mythology as introduced from the God of War Norse era.

Open your heart to the world as you opened it to me and you will find the reasons to continue living in it.

–Laufey to Kratos

Laufey, also known as Laufey the Just, or Faye for short (Nordic: ᛚᚨᚢᚠᛖᛁ), was a Jötunn, the second wife of Kratos and the mother of Atreus.

Norse Mythology

Laufey or Nál is a figure from Norse mythology, the mother of Loki and consort of Fárbauti.

Laufey is mentioned several times in the Prose Edda, composed in the 13th century by Snorri Sturluson. The first mention occurs in Gylfaginning, where High introduces Loki. High says that Loki is the son of Fárbauti, that "Laufey or Nál" is his mother, and that his brothers are Býleistr and Helblindi. Elsewhere in Gylfaginning, Loki is referred with employment of the matronymic Laufeyjarson (Old Norse 'Laufey's son'). This occurs twice more in Gylfaginning and once in Skádskaparmál.

In the God of War Series

God of War (2018)

Faye is only seen in-game as a corpse wrapped in sheets and later cremated, but is a crucial character mentioned extensively in God of War. She is the second wife of Kratos and the mother of Atreus. Although she lived as a mortal, Faye was, in fact, a Giant (Jotünn) of Jötunheim—concealing her true nature from her family for reasons unknown.

Her real name was Laufey, and, according to Mimir, she was renowned as a great giant heroine, known as Laufey the Just, for her deeds in helping the weak and helpless and opposing the cruel Aesir and their king, Odin. She was also known to be a fearsome and respectful warrior in her own right, even drawing the attention of Thor, one of the most powerful Aesir. Even Kratos, her future husband, respected her fighting skills, saying she fought beautifully. At some point, she cooperated with Týr in hiding the Realm Tower to Jötunheim, cutting her off from her home in an effort to preserve her kin from Thor's genocide.

Having the foresight of the future regarding her son's journey, Faye eventually met Kratos, her future husband. They briefly fought but ceased as they shared world weariness and soon after got to know one another and eventually fall in love. Ten years later they built a house in the Wildwoods and Kratos divulges his past to his wife and hides the Blades of Chaos in the basement, still being unable to be rid of them. When Faye spoke about the Aesir Gods, Kratos decided to listen to her stories. Faye even learned about her husband's true nature as a god as well as his tragic and complicated past and kept it a secret from their son. Twenty-two years pass as Faye gives birth to a son named Atreus, although she initially wanted to name him Loki. The boy was raised mainly by Faye, who taught him how to hunt and how to read the Nordic language, among other things. Every day, Faye would teach her son about the different languages around the Nine Realms, or at least the ones she knew, and she also taught him archery. She was also the one who made Atreus his bow. She would teach him about the gods and the different creatures of the Norse wilds.

Before she died, she instructed Kratos and Atreus to cremate her body and scatter her ashes atop the highest peak of the Nine Realms. Unbeknownst to them, the highest peak wasn't in Midgard, but in Jötunheim, where a mural telling her life and a prophecy about Atreus, mentioned as Loki, was and would explain her origins to them. To ensure events turned out as she wanted, she also instructed Kratos to cut down specific trees marked with a golden, glowing hand sign that would disable the protection around her woods and alert the Gods to her presence in Midgard. Sure enough, Odin sent Baldur to track and find her, not knowing she was already dead, driving her husband and son to Jötunheim to learn the truth as they bonded in their journey.

When the pair eventually reach to Jötunheim, they discover a mural of all the past events that had occurred on their journey, beginning with Faye who was arguing with her kin. Kratos and Atreus realize that Faye was a Frost Giant, learning that she had foreseen everything before she died and that she was not a mortal. After her ashes were scattered, the pair return to Midgard where Brok and Sindri reveal they knew Atreus was part Frost Giant due to Faye, leading Mimir to conclude that it was none other than Laufey the Just, someone he never had the pleasure of meeting yet wished he had.

God of War: Ragnarok

Faye makes a few appearances to Kratos in his dreams, where he reminisces his last moments with her even before Atreus' birth.

The first dream was of Faye and Kratos hunting together.

The second was the birth of Atreus, where Kratos takes his wife and child down a river via a boat. As Faye takes care of a baby Atreus in her arms, she questions Kratos' silence and asks him to let Atreus hear his voice and remember it, and not grunt all the time. Though Kratos insists that their son, innocent as he is, should be left without knowing his past, Faye affirms that Kratos is not his own failure nor is he what he once was in the past. That they must be better.

The final dream was of Kratos helping Faye mark the trees used for her funeral pyre, along with the last instructions to spread her ashes in the highest peak of the realms, with Kratos not knowing it would be in Faye's home of Jötunheim. Though Kratos would miss her absence dearly, having experienced the loss of his first wife before, Faye assures him that she will be with him always.

Kratos later learns that Faye had once fought Thor in Vanaheim, leaving a frozen lightning mark like in Kratos' first fight with the God of Thunder. The spirits who had witnessed the event saw the valley torn apart by a drunken Thor and a rageful Faye as they fought, respectively Mjölnir against the Leviathan.


Laufey was a beautiful tall, curvaceous woman with pale, radiant skin, deep blue eyes, and long light strawberry blonde hair flowing down her back. She wore a modest yellow dress with brown boots.


While Faye was never shown in person, it is clear that she cared deeply about her son, and taught him as many things as she could before dying and raised Atreus to be a kind soul. She also appeared to be a very close and loving wife to Kratos, as Kratos wondered if he could raise Atreus without her and reprimanded Atreus whenever he spoke ill of his mother, showing anger when Atreus accuses him of not mourning Faye. Despite thinking that she was a mortal, Kratos still described her as "better than a God". The Huldra brothers, Brok and Sindri, also thought highly of Faye, making the Leviathan Axe for her. Sindri, in particular, considered her a special woman and was saddened upon learning of her death.

Kratos and Atreus have both noted that Faye always wanted to help those in need, without any personal benefit to gain from the action. Atreus had clearly learned and inherited her kind nature and desire to help others from Faye. While Kratos would very much like to stay out of the affairs of others, Faye would always help those in need, a trait which endeared her to the Huldra brothers.

According to Atreus, Faye shared her husband's mistrust of Gods, though not without reason. As the last Guardian of the Jötnar, Faye had the opportunity and the hope of her fellow Giants to restore balance to the world following Thor's rampage. Instead, Faye placed her hopes in her family. Using her ability of foresight, Faye undertook the journey her son and husband would and left markings to help guide them.

Upon learning of her fight with Thor in Vanaheim, Kratos was shocked to see Faye had contributed to the destruction of the valley, on a level of rage he thought her incapable of. Despite Thor being drunk and sloppy with his hammer, Faye was capable of such rageful emotions that she engaged Thor in combat with the Leviathan, their duel ending in a stalemate and leaving behind a frozen lightning mark.

Powers & Abilities


As a renowned Giant warrior, Faye is an extremely powerful being, enough to gain the attention of Thor, the second most powerful of the Aesir Gods, and Kratos, former God of War from another land and contend with them. The combination of her might, combat abilities, and cunning, would make her an extremely potent opponent.

  • Superhuman Strength: As a warrior giantess, Faye had tremendous strength. She was notably able to face even Thor, the physically strongest of the Aesir, and give him a fight for his life, to where Thor considers her a worthy challenge.
  • Precognition: Another standard ability of her kind is the ability to foresee future events like her own death, her family's journey to spread her ashes, and even their possible future.
  • Magic Mastery: Faye possessed great magical knowledge, allowing her to recognize and neutralize scorn poles and create a protective barrier around her house that was potent enough that no Aesir God, including Odin, despite his great magical mastery, was ever able to find her and her family until she dispelled it, despite the fact that Odin later had no trouble breaching the same defense when Atreus put it up. It was possible that she used her magical power to hide her true nature, as Kratos didn't suspect her status as something other than mortal even after her death.
  • Spell Casting: Faye was quite skilled with magic, she was able to cast several powerful spells which not even the Aesir Gods could break or see, she specialized mainly in concealment spells, she taught her son a little.


  • Master Combatant: Faye was known to be a fierce and highly capable warrior, her skills being praised by even her husband Kratos, a highly trained and accomplished Spartan warrior who became a God of War in his own right, who described her fighting style as "beautiful.", with Faye having been able to hold Kratos to a stalemate in their first meeting until he finally stopped attacking her. Her skills are so renowned and formidable that she once managed to give Thor, the greatest warrior on Asgard who has killed numerous Giants before, what was described as a "fight for his life", to where he desires to rematch her. Her skills also made her a competent teacher, as she successfully trained Atreus into becoming a decent warrior before her death.


  • Leviathan Axe: Forged by Brok and Sindri, this magical axe was Faye's weapon of choice during her time as heroine and the guardian of the Jötnar. She gave it to her husband moments before her death.
  • Talon Bow: She made a bow out of a yew tree and instruct Atreus in its usage. It was strong enough to be used as a blunt weapon.
  • Knife: Faye also possessed a knife, but after her death it was given to Atreus as a secondary weapon until it was destroyed when Atreus used it to save his father from being killed by a trap when he stabbed the knife into a gear mechanism.


  • Her alias "Faye" is a play on the name "Laufey," who in Norse mythology is the mother of Loki. Similarly, Faye wanted to name her son Loki but was convinced otherwise by Kratos.
    • In the mythology Laufey had an alternate name, Nal, however in the God of War universe Nal is a separated character who was the wife of Bergelmir.
  • A writing in Jötunheim reveals that two Giants remained in Midgard after the remaining Giants fled. They referred to the World Serpent and "the Guardian", who was Faye herself. Faye was destined to return home near the beginning of Ragnarök, which she did in the form of ashes.
    • Sindri also refers to her as the "last Guardian of the Jötnar left in Midgard".
  • It is revealed that Týr and Faye once cooperated to hide the Jotunheim tower.
  • Faye had a gyrfalcon named Jöphie. Atreus would call her, but she would only respond to his mother. (God of War, J.M Barlog, Chapter 3 page 19.)
  • Freya is believed to have met Faye before, having learned of a extraordinary warrior that would be on par with Thor. Though she also remarks that Faye didn't carry the Leviathan when Freya first saw her.


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Kratos và loki tại sao loki là con trai kratos

Illustration of Faye/Laufey the Just from God of War Ragnarök

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  • Atreus
  • Kratos


  • Baldur
  • Magni
  • Mimir
  • Modi
  • Thor


  • Freya


  • Faye
  • Jörmungandr
  • Thamur


  • Andvari
  • Brok
  • Mótsognir
  • Sindri


  • Chaurli
  • Eyes of Odin
  • Hildisvíni
  • Hræsvelg
  • Ratatoskr


  • Hræzlyr
  • Dagsetr
  • Fafnir
  • Otr
  • Reginn


  • Blades of Chaos
  • Guardian Shield
  • Knife of Atreus
  • Leviathan Axe
  • Talon Bow


  • Aegir's Gold
  • Aesirbane
  • Ancient's Heart
  • Ancient's Rubble
  • Asgardian Steel
  • Chaos Flame
  • Chilling Mists of Niflheim
  • Corrupted Remnant
  • Crest of Flame
  • Crest of Surtr
  • Dragon Tear
  • Dragon's Fury
  • Dust of Realms
  • Enhanced Dust
  • Eternal Frost
  • Frozen Flame
  • Glacial Catalyst
  • Greater Crest of Flame
  • Hardened Svartalfheim Steel
  • Haze Weave
  • Ivaldi's Rusted Armor
  • Leiptr Alloy
  • Mist Echoes
  • Niflheim Alloy
  • Oblivion Stone
  • Offering to Tyr
  • Perfect Asgardian Steel
  • Pristine Dust of the Realm
  • Pristine Ore of the Realms
  • Pristine Scales of the Realm
  • Pure Essence of Realms
  • Raging Inferno of Muspelheim
  • Screams of the Innocent
  • Smouldering Ember
  • Soft Svartalfheim Steel
  • Solid Svartalfheim Steel
  • Traveller's Armor Shard
  • Traveller's Grisly Trophy
  • Ultimate Sacrifice
  • Unstable Ore
  • Unyielding Cinders
  • World Serpent Scale Fragment
  • World Serpent Scale
  • Yggdrasil's Dew of Strength


  • Amulet of Kvasir
  • Golden Talisman of Protection
  • Horn of Heimdall
  • Sinmara's Cinder
  • Talisman of Betrayal
  • Talisman of Cursed Power

Special Items

  • Aesirbane
  • Crest of Surtr
  • Dragon Tooth
  • Fafnir's Entry Stone
  • Ivaldi's Rusted Armor
  • Mark of the Dwarves
  • Offering to Tyr
  • Perfect Asgardian Steel
  • Screams of the Innocent
  • Simple Resurrection Stone
  • Superior Resurrection Stone
  • Thamur's Chisel
  • Völunder Entry Stone
  • Yggdrasil's Dew of Cooldown


  • Bifröst
  • Stone Masons Chisel Tip
  • Unity Stone
  • Witch's Compass


  • Ancients
  • Dark Elves
  • Draugr
  • Fierce Ogre
  • Hel-Reaver Lord
  • Hel-Walkers
  • Loot Lizard
  • Nightmare
  • Odin
  • Ogres
    • Fierce Ogre
  • Reavers
    • Shadows
  • Revenant
  • Tatzelwurm
  • The Undead
  • Thor
  • Traveller
  • Wolf
  • Wulver


  • Baldur
  • Dagsetr
  • Freya
  • Gullveig
  • Hrist
  • Hræzlyr
  • Magni
  • Modi
  • Soul Devourers
  • Soul Eaters
  • Svartáljǫfurr
  • Thamur


  • Eir
  • Geirdriful
  • Gondul
  • Gunnr
  • Hildr
  • Kara
  • Olrun
  • Ròta
  • Sigrún


  • Brenna Dauði
  • Dauði Hamarr
  • Dauði Kaupmaðr
  • Dauði Munr
  • Death Eater
  • Grendel of the Ashes
  • Grendel of the Frost
  • Járn Fótr
  • Máttugr Helson
  • Stonebeard King

Abilities and Powers

  • Rage Ability
  • Runic Attacks
  • Spartan Rage