Percy Jackson Vs Kratos

Percy Jackson Vs Kratos

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For this fight, we have Percy Jackson squaring off against Kratos (God of War).

This fight takes place in current day Greece.

Who would win?

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653 Comments on "Percy Jackson Vs Kratos"

  1. Praetor Prefect (who knows where his towel is) February 21, 2013 at 8:05 am -      #1

    I think this may be a stomp…

  2. Soulerous February 21, 2013 at 8:30 am -      #2

    Percy has high-level control over water, as well as a sword that is apparently effective on beings like Kratos. I’m betting on him. With just water alone, there are a ton of ways to pose a serious threat to Kratos.

  3. The Expert February 21, 2013 at 8:41 am -      #3

    @Praetor Prefect
    Maybe! it is a stomp

  4. PwNaGE TraiN February 21, 2013 at 8:49 am -      #4

    I dunno a out that, Percy can only be killed by a small point in the center of his back. Which will make it hard for Kratos to kill him. Although we have to remember that Kratos slaughtered all twelve olympians, no easy feat. But then Percy killed a Titan, the most powerful Titan. And Titans are more powerful than gods. So someone who killed all twelve gods verses someone who killed one titan.

  5. BillDing February 21, 2013 at 8:53 am -      #5

    Titans are a class of Gods, just not Olympian Gods, and generally not Primordial Gods.

  6. PwNaGE TraiN February 21, 2013 at 9:23 am -      #6

    @BillDing
    True but still more powerful than gods. In general Cronus of Kronos (same Titan, different spelling) is considered the greatest and most powerful titan of the group, and Percy did beat him. And Soulerous is right, sater would greatly help Percy take a win, considering there is water nearby.

  7. Gluttonous-Behemoth February 21, 2013 at 9:28 am -      #7

    Derpicus Rex for asking, but can Kratos drown?

  8. PwNaGE TraiN February 21, 2013 at 9:38 am -      #8

    @Gluttonous-Behemoth
    I really dont see why not.

  9. Dr. Doctor February 21, 2013 at 10:04 am -      #9

    “True but still more powerful than gods. In general Cronus of Kronos (same Titan, different spelling) is considered the greatest and most powerful titan of the group, and Percy did beat him. And Soulerous is right, sater would greatly help Percy take a win, considering there is water nearby.”
    Didn’t Kratos kill Cronus too? In GoW3?

  10. Soulerous February 21, 2013 at 10:05 am -      #10

    Drowning was my first thought. Percy held the lightning thief, whatever his name was, surrounded in water in the movie. It’s a very obvious yet effective method. I see Kratos as basically helpless in that situation, especially considering Percy could “stiffen” the water to keep his foe from even really moving his limbs.
    ~
    I still don’t feel sorry for him, though.

  11. The Guardian in the TARDIS February 21, 2013 at 10:26 am -      #11

    book Percy can create flood waters anywhere and cause earthquakes (I think he caused one when he made that volcano erupt) and can summon water.

  12. Envoy February 21, 2013 at 10:32 am -      #12

    “book Percy can create flood waters anywhere and cause earthquakes (I think he caused one when he made that volcano erupt) and can summon water.”
    +
    To make water he needs something that used to be in/a part of the ocean. The earthquake thing happened once and he doesn’t know how he did it, he was on the inside of Mt. St. Helens when he made it erupt though, suffered some burns still but the fact is he was stil in one piece.

  13. Soulerous February 21, 2013 at 10:38 am -      #13

    Mt. St. Helens had a lot of water in it if I remember correctly. Steam-powered eruptions happen sometimes.

  14. PwNaGE TraiN February 21, 2013 at 10:46 am -      #14

    @Dr. Doctor
    True I realized that after posting. He did also kill Cronos too.

  15. Chaos Ridley February 21, 2013 at 10:46 am -      #15

    “The earthquake thing happened once and he doesn’t know how he did it, he was on the inside of Mt. St. Helens when he made it erupt though, suffered some burns still but the fact is he was stil in one piece.”

    Percy flew hundreds of feet right and landed into the ocean. Some guy in the book said that it wasn’t surprising since he is the son of the earth-shaker (Poseidon). And yeah Percy can only be killed easily on a small point of his back since he walked on that special river where Achilles did.
    Also the gods and titan are way better in the Percy Jackson series than the GoW.

  16. The Guardian in the TARDIS February 21, 2013 at 10:46 am -      #16

    Yeah I think the eruption was him controlling all the water, and his dad is the one responsible for earthquakes in myths so maybe he found an extension of his powers *shrugs* still their in Greece, there’s bound to be some sea shells around somewhere. Though a specific location in Greece would be nice.
    Still I’m putting money on the Son of Poseidon taking down the Son of Zeus

  17. The Guardian in the TARDIS February 21, 2013 at 10:48 am -      #17

    pretty sure Percy Jackson gods>god of war gods.

  18. Chaos Ridley February 21, 2013 at 10:51 am -      #18

    Secondly I don’t think the River Styx actually made Percy completely invulnerable only extremely durable. I still think Kratos can kill him even if his main weakness is a small point on his back.

  19. Virgil February 21, 2013 at 11:02 am -      #19

    I don’t know about this one… Percy is pretty powerful… And BTW the River Styx makes him virtually invulnerable. The only way Achilles was killed was because he was hit in his only weak spot. His heel. He was invulnerable to all other attacks. This gives Percy a huge advantage in my mind. This isn’t even taking his cheap magic powers into account either.

  20. The Guardian in the TARDIS February 21, 2013 at 11:10 am -      #20

    Yeah, Percy + Curse of Achilles = guy with haxer powers than Kratos

  21. Chaos Ridley February 21, 2013 at 11:15 am -      #21

    @Virgil
    I was avoiding the no-limit fallacy crap. I’m pretty sure I remember Percy still gets injured with the River Styx power-up (trying to remember that last battle). Also I think the River Styx also benefited his stamina and strength.

    I can’t remember much. It’s been a long time since I read that book. It’s a great book and all but it’s not worth reading again. Not like Mistborn, or A Song of Ice and Fire.

  22. Gluttonous-Behemoth February 21, 2013 at 11:28 am -      #22

    This is where Cross SHOULD be having a field day, yet there hasn’t been any sign of him yet. Odd.
    -
    I’ve not had the pleasure of reading Riordan’s novels, but I think that another fight featuring Percy brought up him being able to hold up Atlas’ burden. I myself have disputed that as we have no idea just what Atlas hold’s up, and thus how heavy it is. I think he makes some kind of analogy, but again the accuracy is disputable. If I do remember correctly, another goddess was holding up the burden, and was suffering pretty bad.

  23. The Guardian in the TARDIS February 21, 2013 at 11:30 am -      #23

    Percy does have enhanced reflexes, and from holding the sky he should be as strong as Kratos.

  24. Envoy February 21, 2013 at 11:30 am -      #24

    “Mt. St. Helens had a lot of water in it if I remember correctly. Steam-powered eruptions happen sometimes.”
    +
    Hephaestus tells us Percy did it.
    =
    “Percy flew hundreds of feet right and landed into the ocean.”
    +
    Pages 205-206 of The Battle of the Labyrinth
    “Afterward, I could never describe what happened. An explosion, a tidal wave, a whirlwind of power simultaneously catching me up and blasting me downward into the lava. Fire and water collided, superheated steam, and I shot upward from the heart of the volcano in a huge explosion, just one piece thrown free by a million pounds of pressure.”
    +
    He landed in the ocean after this with some severe burns.
    =
    “Secondly I don’t think the River Styx actually made Percy completely invulnerable only extremely durable.”
    +
    Unless he regained the curse in Mark of Athena then he shouldn’t have it, but it made him invincible. The only known ways to bypass this was to use energy or just straight up vaporize him.

  25. Dr. Doctor February 21, 2013 at 11:34 am -      #25

    So Percy wins, right?

  26. Envoy February 21, 2013 at 11:34 am -      #26

    “I myself have disputed that as we have no idea just what Atlas hold’s up, and thus how heavy it is.”
    +
    I don’t count it as a strength feat, in the book right after Percy couldn’t lift up a marble slab, so there is no way he’s doing it by strength.
    +
    He did however lift the Minotaur over his head throw it off a bridge.

  27. The Guardian in the TARDIS February 21, 2013 at 11:39 am -      #27

    @G-B
    I PM’d Cross, hopefully he shows up.
    As for the sky/incredible weight I’m not sure. I’d need to read it again. Still Percy “Perseus” Jackson is durable with the curse, and seemed to have great reflexes.

  28. Professor ParaLowk February 21, 2013 at 11:44 am -      #28

    I don’t think Kratos can drowned due to possessing poseidon’s trident.

  29. Chaos Ridley February 21, 2013 at 11:49 am -      #29

    Lifting and holding it up are two different thing, two different body stress. The “Sky” was held up by someone when Percy came in and he replace the holder. Human, Superhuman, demi-gods, and god whatever. It is easier to hold the piece up and it all depends on the durability of the bones and body posture to withstand inhuman pressure. I used to hold up barbell weights so heavy that I can’t lift it up. I had it on my shoulder because it was already placed on a mount. If you hold something so heavy you will start to breath heavily and your leg will naturally move to a better position to with stand that extra weight.
    —-
    Holding it up doesn’t make him stronger than Kratos. If Percy can lift instead of holding the weights then maybe he is stronger.
    —-
    In the book the Goddess was tired as hell because she was holding that sky up for hours. I think.

  30. The Guardian in the TARDIS February 21, 2013 at 11:58 am -      #30

    Damn forgot about the new books, still, he likely won’t try to go head first at Kratos.
    @Praetor
    Percy held the Burden on his shoulders and back after taking it from Artemis, he didn’t lift it as much as supported the weight I think. And not for long at that. So it might be more a durability/resilliance feat.

  31. The Guardian in the TARDIS February 21, 2013 at 12:04 pm -      #31

    @Chaos
    Yeah thinking about it it was durability. So he can likely tank blows from Kratos fists and Cestus without too much problem beyond getting pushed back, maybe bruised.
    @Lowk
    Did he have the trident in three?

  32. Dassadec February 21, 2013 at 12:12 pm -      #32

    Percy shouldn’t have the Achilles curse anymore, although most of his feats come from when he didn’t have it so it doesn’t really matter. As for the trident if Kratos get put into the ocean Percy is gonna take it from him fairly easily.

  33. The Expert February 21, 2013 at 12:16 pm -      #33

    As far as i know Percy controls water. water which kratos has no defense against this is a pretty easy stomp match for me.

  34. Richard Rider February 21, 2013 at 1:01 pm -      #34

    It just isn’t Krato’s day is it?

  35. sadot06 February 21, 2013 at 1:03 pm -      #35

    I think Percy can win by utilizing his control over water.

    NOTE: HE DOES NOT HAVE THE CURSE OF ACHILLES ANYMORE

  36. Chaos Ridley February 21, 2013 at 1:45 pm -      #36

    “NOTE: HE DOES NOT HAVE THE CURSE OF ACHILLES ANYMORE”

    True but the rules never said latest incarnation nor strongest incarnation. Since the rule isn’t there in the first place it’s up to the person who suggested this match or us.

    “As far as i know Percy controls water. water which kratos has no defense against this is a pretty easy stomp match for me.”

    Kratos doesn’t have any strength or defense against any sorts of elements. But that certainly didn’t stop Kratos from killing practically everyone. Don’t get me wrong bending water is a powerful ability and one hit by that massive jet of water will surely give Kratos some trouble but he is not a still target. Kratos won’t go down that easy. Especially since Percy is allied with the gods he hates the most.

  37. Soulerous February 21, 2013 at 1:51 pm -      #37

    True but the rules never said latest incarnation nor strongest incarnation. Since the rule isn’t there in the first place it’s up to the person who suggested this match or us.
    -Unless the battle scenario specifies otherwise, characters are always in their latest incarnations.

  38. The Guardian in the TARDIS February 21, 2013 at 1:56 pm -      #38

    “But that certainly didn’t stop Kratos from killing practically everyone.”
    true but the God of War gods were glorified wizards compared to the actually godlike fry your brain if you see their true form Percy Jackson gods. Actually, their glorified wizards compared to most other versions of the Olympians.

  39. Dassadec February 21, 2013 at 2:05 pm -      #39

    I see Kratos overpowering Percy until Percy gets to the ocean and then Kratos is in real trouble. In his first Book Percy being augmented with his ocean powers was able to beat his Ares in single combat when he was still very green to swordfighting

  40. Chaos Ridley February 21, 2013 at 2:18 pm -      #40

    “-Unless the battle scenario specifies otherwise, characters are always in their latest incarnations.”

    True as well. If one would prefer that sort of battle scenario. Then both character would be at their latest condition. Percy w/o River Styx vs Kratos who recently stabbed himself.

    Just kidding. However I still prefer River Styx Percy. Because one of Kratos’s arrows is more than enough to kill Styx-less Percy.

    “true but the God of War gods were glorified wizards compared to the actually godlike fry your brain if you see their true form Percy Jackson gods.”

    Is Percy bending water any different from how a glorified Wizard could do? Percy isn’t exactly a god. We are talking about Percy right? Because obviously the Gods from PJ is better than GoW.

  41. Amm0vamp1r3 February 21, 2013 at 2:27 pm -      #41

    So what are the feats are percy with water,Is he something like Posiden from GoW better,worse?

  42. Chaos Ridley February 21, 2013 at 2:28 pm -      #42

    “In his first Book Percy being augmented with his ocean powers was able to beat his Ares in single combat when he was still very green to swordfighting”

    If Percy touches water his power practically doubles. You are talking about more super strength and stamina. It even gave him the ability to heal instantly. Percy also has a power to create a strong gust of wind. Another trait from his Father being a storm-bringer himself.

    Well now that I bring that up even without the River Styx Percy is a formable foe as long he is near water. Especially a large body of water. His ability to produce earthquake and a big gust of wind is limited. To create an icy gust is even less likely. He is resistance to high heat and quite a great fighter. Which is obvious among demi-gods.

  43. Dassadec February 21, 2013 at 2:29 pm -      #43

    We were just comparing the gods of their worlds to each other because they’ve both defeated gods, we just wanted to show which was a better feat : Percy gods being more powerful than GoW gods leans the match in Percy’s favour

  44. Amm0vamp1r3 February 21, 2013 at 2:34 pm -      #44

    “Percy gods being more powerful than GoW gods leans the match in Percy’s favour”
    -
    I don’t agree with this in full,just because he fights more dangerous people doesn’t give him much of a booste win wise unless he has feats to compare to said people.

  45. Chaos Ridley February 21, 2013 at 2:41 pm -      #45

    “Percy gods being more powerful than GoW gods leans the match in Percy’s favour”

    I know he fought Ares before on a sword fight and he was green. Even against Titans. But remembering the fighting scene going on in the story is nothing in comparison on what Kratos has been doing throughout the God of War series.

    “Is he something like Posiden from GoW better,worse?”

    God of War Posieden send massive jets of water shooting up thousands of feet and fought against Kratos and Titan Gaia. So I said worse.
    Don’t get me wrong Percy is pretty good with his Hydrokinesis (right word?). But more impressive stuff from him was outside of the water. Especially his reflexes and sword skills.

  46. The Guardian in the TARDIS February 21, 2013 at 2:48 pm -      #46

    @Chaos
    was just saying that Kratos killing everyone in his verse doesn’t really help, Percy is durable enough to tank punches from Kratos and isn’t stupid enough to try a direct fight anyway.

  47. Amm0vamp1r3 February 21, 2013 at 2:57 pm -      #47

    Why would Kratos punch him,i mean unless he usess the nemean cestus, wouldn’t he slice him. Most things that cause Kratos to lose on here is his lack of speed and Overall “power” does Percy outmatch him in speed or “Power”

  48. The Guardian in the TARDIS February 21, 2013 at 3:02 pm -      #48

    @Amm0
    Kratos does like to grapple and beat people if he can get his hands on them. It’s not likely but it’s possible.
    I don’t know if Percy has the speed, but he does have the ability to basically drown Kratos or beat him to death with the ocean, or lakes, or rivers, and if he gets in the water he’s virtually indestructible with his healing factor.

  49. Chaos Ridley February 21, 2013 at 3:03 pm -      #49

    @Guardian
    Well obviously. And yeah Kratos obviously punch people in the face, but it doesn’t mean he can pierce them with his signature weapon. Heck Kratos is full of weapons. You”re talking about the Blades of Exile, Claws of Hades, Bow of Apollo, Wings of Icarus, Boots of Hermes, Nemean Cestus, Head of Helios, and the Blade of Olympus and that is from the third game.
    In the latest incarnation Percy has his Riptide, and Shield (I think) backed up with his Hydrokinesis, and limited Geokinesis, and Aerokinesis.

  50. Max81 February 21, 2013 at 3:05 pm -      #50

    This is easily an insane match for sure

  51. Amm0vamp1r3 February 21, 2013 at 3:07 pm -      #51

    Can’t Kratos shock Percy if he gets in water,or is he immune to that?
    -
    Also can kratos drown? Doesn’t he have something that keeps him from drowning

  52. The Expert February 21, 2013 at 3:11 pm -      #52

    @The Guardian in the TARDIS
    Kratos would literlly rip percy’s head off if he got the chance. just like he did with the god of the sun

  53. The Expert February 21, 2013 at 3:22 pm -      #53

    well in the first game there was some kind of mermaid he would kiss that gave him unlimeted oxyegen is that allowed in this match.

  54. Amm0vamp1r3 February 21, 2013 at 3:25 pm -      #54

    I thought he had posidens trident or blessing or something like that because If i remember right after killing hercules and falling into the water there was Oxygen meter or anything like that

  55. Chaos Ridley February 21, 2013 at 3:28 pm -      #55

    “Can’t Kratos shock Percy if he gets in water,or is he immune to that?”
    —-
    Oh yeah I forgot about the Nemesis Whip. Well I don’t see why not. Electricity can get anywhere. Even Percy’s weakness.

    Also Kratos can summon souls with the Claws of Hades and breath underwater with the Trident of Poseidon. The Golden Fleece was strong enough to block off the Blades of Olympus. Create Shockwaves with the Nemean Cestus and create surrounding energy blast with the Nemesis Whip.

  56. Envoy February 21, 2013 at 3:29 pm -      #56

    “I don’t think Kratos can drowned due to possessing poseidon’s trident.”
    +
    He lost that in the second game though, right?

  57. The Expert February 21, 2013 at 3:30 pm -      #57

    well its been a while since i’ve played that first one i do remenber that when he kissed the water mermaid thing he got a extra burst of oxyegen

  58. Chaos Ridley February 21, 2013 at 3:34 pm -      #58

    “He lost that in the second game though, right?”

    He took it back from Poseidon in the beginning of the third game. But he need the Soul of a God to wield it’s power. So on the way, he went to Hell and fought Hades, took his Claws and his soul with it. With the soul in Kratos possession he can breath underwater with the Trident.

  59. Amm0vamp1r3 February 21, 2013 at 3:36 pm -      #59

    “Oh yeah I forgot about the Nemesis Whip. Well I don’t see why not. Electricity can get anywhere. Even Percy’s weakness.

    Also Kratos can summon souls with the Claws of Hades and breath underwater with the Trident of Poseidon. The Golden Fleece was strong enough to block off the Blades of Olympus. Create Shockwaves with the Nemean Cestus and create surrounding energy blast with the Nemesis Whip.”
    -
    Yea this is what I thought the nemesis whip

  60. Knukails February 21, 2013 at 4:07 pm -      #60

    Also lets not forget, Kratos killed Poseidon on his own turf. While i understand many view the gods in GoW to be nerfed, He still managed to do it. Also i dont think percy could last long in a straight up confrontation. Even if by some divine miracle he manages to kill Kratos, he’ll just come back.

  61. Chaos Ridley February 21, 2013 at 4:13 pm -      #61

    So, notable abilities.
    —————————–
    Percy Jackson
    -River Styx Curse: Some presume that the person could be virtually invulnerable. But it is debatable. However Percy has a powerful weakness. Instant kill like it did to Achilles. It even increase his stamina to fight against massive armies without tiring and strength to fight against the likes of Cronos a Titan.
    -Riptide: Ideal weapon to cut Kratos. Made of Bronze. In the novel is said that with Percy’s Hydrokinesis and Curse it was told to be a “weapon of mass destruction” until it fail him in his match against Cronos. And after that, Annebeth said that it’s her knife not a cursed sword.
    -Hydrokinesis: Percy godly heritance allows him to manipulate water as an attack or defense. Similar to Waterbenders from Avatar, he can shoots massive jets or trap enemies with it.
    -Quick Heal: Only works when he is in contact with water. It’s more quick than instant it heals most wounds in combat. However wounds like amputation or massive cut/gash is unknown.
    -Extra Strength: Water contact only. Although he is already strong due to his heritance. Extra strength wouldn’t hurt. Especially against Kratos.
    -Extra Durability: Much like “Extra Strength” however more towards his toughness.
    -ADHD: An inheritance. It hard for him to focus in school. However it benefits his focus in battle. Like enemy movement and act without hesitation.
    -Super Reflex: With the combination of ADHD and a demi-god body allows Percy to quickly dodge deadly attacks. Ex. Hold off against Ares who is the God of War on a sword fight while he still green.

  62. Professor ParaLowk February 21, 2013 at 4:13 pm -      #62

    “Did he have the trident in three?”
    -
    Yes.
    ===
    ” As for the trident if Kratos get put into the ocean Percy is gonna take it from him fairly easily.”
    -
    Kraots keeps his stuff in magic hammerspace. There won’t be anything to grab.

  63. Dassadec February 21, 2013 at 4:19 pm -      #63

    @ lowk
    I just meant if he was actively wielding it
    I’m gonna have to skim the books to gather some feats for Percy I know he HAD access to medusas head a well for a while as well. Not really Stamdard equipment but it was his trophy for defeating her.

  64. Knukails February 21, 2013 at 4:22 pm -      #64

    @Dassadec

    I remember Percy having her head for a little while but so did Kratos. Couldn’t Percy have premonitions or was that someone else?

  65. Dassadec February 21, 2013 at 4:26 pm -      #65

    I honestly can’t remember, I’m gonna need to find SW Peru quotes though I may finally pick up mark of Athena to see some new Percy skills

  66. Professor ParaLowk February 21, 2013 at 4:27 pm -      #66

    “true but the God of War gods were glorified wizards compared to the actually godlike fry your brain if you see their true form Percy Jackson gods.”
    -
    Some are a bit higher then ” glorified wizards”. It’s just that kratos has ungodly amounts of pis.

  67. Knukails February 21, 2013 at 4:29 pm -      #67

    @Lowk

    Unfortunately.

  68. Professor ParaLowk February 21, 2013 at 4:31 pm -      #68

    “I just meant if he was actively wielding it”
    -
    That shouldn’t be a problem becasue he doesn’t ever seems to have to actively wield it for it to work.

  69. Chaos Ridley February 21, 2013 at 4:33 pm -      #69

    Kratos (God of War 3 incarnation)
    ——————————————-
    -Blades of Exile: His signature weapon right after the Blades of Chaos. Potentially known drain life off from foes. Long and lethal as hell.
    -Nemesis Whip: Created by Hephaetus as an attempt to kill Kratos, however it failed. It can produce electricity. If charged with magic it can create an energy blast.
    -Boots of Hermes: Stolen from the messenger of the Gods. It allows Kratos to dash with great speed.
    -Poseidon’s Trident: Allows Kratos to breath underwater.
    -Golden Fleece: Strong enough to block the Blade of Olympus wielded by Zeus himself.
    -Icarus Wings: Fly like a chicken
    -Bow of Apollo: He’s going to spam that.
    -Head of Helios: He’s going to blind you.
    -Blade of Olympus: Massive sword taken from Zeus. Known to stop the Great War against the Titan and kill gods. One of the few weapons to be forged in heaven.
    -Claws of Hades: He can wield it like his Blades of Exile. However it can rip souls from a person’s body. It can also summon souls.
    -Nemean Cestus: Taken from Hercules it is the only weapon known in God of War to destroy an Onyx (not the pokemon). It can also create shockwaves.
    -Super strength: Stopped Atlas and Kronos from crushing him. Overpowered Hercules. Practically the ideal lifter. However he has a good strike feat with his Blades of Exile. He can strike it against a stone wall with enough for the blade to get stuck in so he can climb.
    -Durability: Survive a volcano once. Flew over hundreds of miles and landed on solid ground like a boss.
    -Experience: After years of fighting wars and gods this will obviously benefit him in battle.

  70. Chaos Ridley February 21, 2013 at 4:38 pm -      #70

    “I remember Percy having her head for a little while but so did Kratos. Couldn’t Percy have premonitions or was that someone else?”

    He had it for a bit. He gave it to his mom, who in which used it against her horrible abusive husband. Later sold his frozen rock body.

  71. Knukails February 21, 2013 at 4:44 pm -      #71

    @Chaos Ridley

    ahhhh

    in durability you forgot to mention practical immortality. meaning even if you kill him, he’ll just fight his way back.

  72. Chaos Ridley February 21, 2013 at 4:45 pm -      #72

    So I put up two notable feats from the opposing side in comment # 61 and # 69. Feel free to correct some things. No one is always right.

  73. Chaos Ridley February 21, 2013 at 4:48 pm -      #73

    @Knukails
    Yeah I know. He got killed twice. And twice he escaped hell, body and all. Lets just put this match with one life. I’d like this match as close as possible.

  74. Knukails February 21, 2013 at 4:53 pm -      #74

    Agreed. time to level the playing field.

  75. hellboy147 February 21, 2013 at 4:54 pm -      #75

    Kratos can breath underwater beside if the match starts face to face Percy is not going to see the end of the day. Not to mention head of Helios can blind enemies.

  76. Mad Silentist February 21, 2013 at 5:13 pm -      #76

    I believe Kratos has this fight in the bag. I have read all books pertaining to Percy and played all of the God of War games, and Kratos is in a different league. Most of the current arguments for Percy involve drowning Kratos which is not possible because of Poseidon’s trident. He has never lost it since he aquired it and it doesnt require any special circumstances to use, he will not be drowning anytime soon. All Percy wields in battle is riptide and sometimes a shield and armor, Kratos is a swiss army knife of deadly weapons and magic abilities. Percy’s durability is no greater than an average human outside of water, inside he does get tired slower and he does gain a healing factor. Also his strength and speed increase. But even with the water nothing Percy has done leads me to believe that he is stronger than Kratos, maybe faster. Kratos is significantly more durable. Also Percy lost the curse of Achilles during The Mark of Athena

  77. Dark God of Chaos February 21, 2013 at 5:27 pm -      #77

    “Derpicus Rex for asking, but can Kratos drown?”
    -
    Poseidon’s Trident allows him to
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    “Percy can only be killed by a small point in the center of his back”
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    Massive no limit fallacy
    -
    Anyways, what feats of strength, speed, durability, reactions and stamina does Percy have that stack up to Kratos?
    -
    Or anything that stacks up to the Blade of Olympus?

  78. Dark God of Chaos February 21, 2013 at 5:33 pm -      #78

    *Poseidon’s Trident allows him to breather underwater
    -
    I mean

  79. Knukails February 21, 2013 at 5:38 pm -      #79

    @Dark God of Chaos

    Percy’s feats compared to Kratos? none.

  80. Dark God of Chaos February 21, 2013 at 5:41 pm -      #80

    I thought just as much, at least when it come to neutral battleground (ocean is a biased battleground since it’d give Percy an advantage, srsly gaise)

  81. Knukails February 21, 2013 at 5:47 pm -      #81

    I believe this is a stomp. lol Kratos wins a match….how rare.

  82. Dark God of Chaos February 21, 2013 at 5:48 pm -      #82

    Btw, that pic of Kratos is horrible

  83. The Guardian in the TARDIS February 21, 2013 at 7:29 pm -      #83

    uh here’s a feat from a..respect thread I found
    The Mark of Athena, Chapter 11, Pg. 131-135

    ‘If not for the Horses, Piper would’ve died.
    Jason and Percy Charged each other, but Tempest and Blackjack balked long enough for Piper to leap out of the way.
    She rolled to the edge of the road and looked back, dazed and horrified, as the boys crossed swords, gold against bronze.
    Sparks flew. Their blades blurred-strike and parry-and the pavement trembled. The first exchange took only a second, but Piper couldn’t believe the speed of their sword fighting.
    The horses pulled away from each other-Tempest thundering in protest, Blackjack flapping his wings.
    “Stop it!” Piper yelled.
    For a moment, Jason heeded her voice. His golden eyes turned toward her, and Percy charged, slamming his blade into Jason.
    Thank the gods, Percy turned his sword-maybe on purpose, maybe accidentally-so the flat of it hit Jason’s chest; but the impact still enough to knock Jason off his mount.
    Blackjack cantered away as Tempest reared in confusion. The spirit horse charged into the sunflowers and dissipated into vapor.
    Percy struggled to turn his pegasus around.
    “Percy!” Piper yelled. “Jason’s your friend. Drop your weapon!”
    Percy’s sword arm dipped. Piper might have been able to bring him under control, but unfortunately Jason got to his feet.
    Jason roared. A bolt of lightning arced out of the clear blue sky.
    It richocheted off his gladius and blasted Percy off his horse.
    Blackjack whinnied and fled into the wheat fields. Jason charged at Percy, who was now on his back, his clothes smoking from the lightning blast.
    For a horrible moment, Piper couldn’t find her voice.
    Gaea seemed to be whispering to her: You must choose one. Why not let Jason kill him?
    “No!” she screamed. “Jason, stop!”
    He froze, his sword six inches from Percy’s face.
    Jason turned, the gold light in his eyes flickering uncertainly. “I cannot stop. One must die.”
    Something about that voice…It wasn’t Gaea. It wasn’t Jason. Whoever it was spoke haltingly, as if English was its second language.
    “Who are you?” Piper demanded.
    Jason’s mouth twisted in a gruesome smile. “We are the Eidolons. We will live again.”
    “Eidolons…?” Piper’s mind raced. She’d studied all sorts of Monsters at Camp Half-Blood, but that term wasn’t familiar. “You’re-you’re some sort of ghost?”
    “He must die.” Jason turned his attention back to Percy, but Percy had recovered more than either of them realized.
    He Swept out his leg and knocked Jason off his feet.
    Jason’s head hit the Asphalt with a nauseating conk.
    Percy rose.
    “Stop it!” Piper screamed again, but there was no charmspeak in her voice. She was shouting in sheer desperation.
    Percy raised Riptide over Jason’s chest.
    Panic closed up Piper’s throat. She wanted to attack Percy with her dagger, but she knew that wouldn’t help. Whatever was controlling him had all of Percy’s skill.
    There was no way she could beat him in combat.
    She forced herself to focus. She poured all of her anger into her voice. “Eidolon, stop.”
    Percy froze.
    “Face me,” Piper ordered.
    The son of the Sea god turned. His eyes were gold instead of green, his face pale and cruel, not at all like Percy’s.
    “You have not chosen,” he said. “So this one will die.”
    “You’re a spirit from the Underworld,” Piper guessed. “You’re possessing Percy Jackson, is that it?”
    Percy sneered. “I will live again in this body. The Earth mother has Promised. I will go where I please, control whom I wish.”
    A wave of cold washed over Piper. “Leo…that’s what happened to Leo. He was being controlled by an Eidolon.”
    The thing in Percy’s form laughed without humor.“Too late you realize. You can trust no one.”
    Jason still wasn’t moving. Piper had no help, no way to protect him.
    Behind Percy, something rustled in the Wheat. Piper saw the tip of a black wing, and Percy began to turn towards the sound.
    “Ignore it!” She yelped. “Look at me!”
    Percy obeyed. “You cannot stop me. I will kill Jason Grace.”
    Behind him, Blackjack emerged from the wheat field, moving with surprising stealth for such a large animal.
    “You won’t kill him,” Piper ordered. But she wasn’t looking at Percy. She locked eyes with the pegasus, pouring all her power int her words and hoping Blackjack would understand. “You will knock him out.”
    The charmspeak washed over Percy. He shifted his weight indecisively. “I…will knock him out?”
    “Oh, sorry.” Piper smiled. “I wasn’t talking to you.”
    Blackjack reared and brought his hoof down on Percy’s head.
    Percy crumpled to the pavement next to Jason.
    “Oh, gods!” Piper ran to the boys. “Blackjack you didn’t kill him, did you?”
    The Pegasus snorted.
    Piper couldn’t speak Horse, but she thought he might have said: Please, I know my own strength.
    Tempest was nowhere to be seen. The lightning steed had apparently returned to wherever storm spirits live on clear days.
    Piper checked on Jason. He was breathing steadily, but two knocks on the skull in two days couldn’t have been good for him.
    Then she examined Percy’s head. She didn’t see any blood, but a large knot was forming where the horse had kicked him. “We have to get them back to the ship,” she told Blackjack.
    The pegasus bobbed his head in agreement. He knelt to the ground, so that Piper could drape Percy and Jason over his back.
    After a lot of hard work(Unconscious boys were heavy), she got them reasonably secured, climbed onto Blackjack’s back herself, and they took off for the ship…’

  84. The Guardian in the TARDIS February 21, 2013 at 7:40 pm -      #84

    well fuck, my post with a duel between Percy and Jason (a son of Zeus) is getting moderated….
    anyway lightning was one of the things brought up against Percy so going to post this specific section.
    ” Jason roared. A bolt of lightning arced out of the clear blue sky.
    It richocheted off his gladius and blasted Percy off his horse.
    Blackjack whinnied and fled into the wheat fields. Jason charged at Percy, who was now on his back, his clothes smoking from the lightning blast.
    For a horrible moment, Piper couldn’t find her voice.
    Gaea seemed to be whispering to her: You must choose one. Why not let Jason kill him?
    “No!” she screamed. “Jason, stop!”
    He froze, his sword six inches from Percy’s face.
    Jason turned, the gold light in his eyes flickering uncertainly. “I cannot stop. One must die.”
    Something about that voice…It wasn’t Gaea. It wasn’t Jason. Whoever it was spoke haltingly, as if English was its second language.
    “Who are you?” Piper demanded.
    Jason’s mouth twisted in a gruesome smile. “We are the Eidolons. We will live again.”
    “Eidolons…?” Piper’s mind raced. She’d studied all sorts of Monsters at Camp Half-Blood, but that term wasn’t familiar. “You’re-you’re some sort of ghost?”
    “He must die.” Jason turned his attention back to Percy, but Percy had recovered more than either of them realized.
    He Swept out his leg and knocked Jason off his feet. ”
    survived a blast of lightning with nothing more than some smoke coming off him. and apparently has some incredibly quick swordsmanship as you’ll see whenever the damn post shows up.

  85. The Guardian in the TARDIS February 21, 2013 at 7:42 pm -      #85

    okay, both comments I tried to post are awaiting moderation. Lovely.

  86. Dr. Doctor February 21, 2013 at 7:53 pm -      #86

    “okay, both comments I tried to post are awaiting moderation. Lovely.”
    Did you call any genitals by their technical names?

  87. The Guardian in the TARDIS February 21, 2013 at 7:57 pm -      #87

    no the worst thing I said was in the second attempt at the start “well fuck….” because of it not working.
    and at the end said damn post about the first one not showing up.

  88. Dr. Doctor February 21, 2013 at 8:00 pm -      #88

    Might’ve been you sticking too many links in the post?

  89. The Guardian in the TARDIS February 21, 2013 at 8:04 pm -      #89

    no links just text.

  90. Chaos Ridley February 21, 2013 at 10:01 pm -      #90

    Don’t feel too bad. At least Percy can beat someone like Perseus from Clash of the Titan.
    It could go like this Kratos, Percy, then Perseus.

  91. The Guardian in the TARDIS February 21, 2013 at 10:05 pm -      #91

    @Chaos
    actually the quote I tried to post shows him trading multiple sword strikes in the space of a second and surviving a bolt of lightning with nothing more than slightly smoking clothes not even a burn.

  92. Envoy February 21, 2013 at 10:29 pm -      #92

    “He took it back from Poseidon in the beginning of the third game. But he need the Soul of a God to wield it’s power. So on the way, he went to Hell and fought Hades, took his Claws and his soul with it. With the soul in Kratos possession he can breath underwater with the Trident.”
    +
    I literally do not remember this at all, give me a link to the video please.

  93. therealbs February 21, 2013 at 10:31 pm -      #93

    Percy’s two greatest feats are withstanding blows from kronos and surviving into tartarus. the second can’t be supported as a durablility feat yet because the book isn’t out yet.

    @the Guardian his hardest swordfight was against luke and his fight with jason.
    on a side note i’d give nico a shot against kratos

  94. The Guardian in the TARDIS February 21, 2013 at 10:42 pm -      #94

    @therealbs
    the one I tried to post was the Jason fight, or a fight with him anyway. He survives a lightning bolt and seems unscathed and does some fast sword strikes. Again multiple in a second. I don’t think Kratos swings his blades that fast..

  95. Professor ParaLowk February 21, 2013 at 11:00 pm -      #95

    “I literally do not remember this at all, give me a link to the video please.”
    -
    Don’t think he ever lost it. He lost poseidon’s rage but he seems to have retained the trident. At least going by the screen I’m looking at.
    These seem to confirm it
    www.gow3forums.com/viewtopic.php?f=6&t=4252
    godofwar.wikia.com/wiki/Poseidon's_Trident

  96. Alpha or Omega February 21, 2013 at 11:08 pm -      #96

    “I thought just as much, at least when it come to neutral battleground (ocean is a biased battleground since it’d give Percy an advantage, srsly gaise)”
    /
    Even if it’s not an ocean and if this is ancient Greece, they used canals and water systems(not like ours). They also had water fountains and hot tubs.
    /
    If modern Greece, well it would depend on where Percy and Kratos first start and if Percy can get water from the sewage system.
    /
    Now on to the battle
    I’m still leaning on Kratos, to send an arrow at Percy, I read the books a long time ago but I vaguely remember it. Did Percy ever deflect bullets with Riptide?
    I only remember him ripping a horn from a Minotaur’s head, but it was raining.
    Kratos has AOE magic attacks and if Percy is around 10-20 meters or so, he better block it or jump over it depending on the attack. Unless he can’t.

  97. Professor ParaLowk February 21, 2013 at 11:18 pm -      #97

    Just like to note that while breathing in water would help if Percy could ket water around him could he trap him in a floating water bubble? I mean there be nothing to break so his strength wouldn’t help right?

  98. Soulerous February 22, 2013 at 12:27 am -      #98

    Just like to note that while breathing in water would help if Percy could ket water around him could he trap him in a floating water bubble? I mean there be nothing to break so his strength wouldn’t help right?
    -This is about all I can find for a visual example, but right after Percy drenches Luke he holds him there inside the water for a while. No, I don’t see any defense for it. Not like you can swim out of an orb of water when someone with hydrokinesis wants you there.
    ~
    As soon as the fight starts, Percy would doubtless prioritize getting water to himself, which shouldn’t take long at all in modern Greece. From there he’ll be able to heal his wounds, and I guess have enhanced strength. So it should be relatively equal, except that Percy basically controls the battlefield and can flood it at whim. If he has trouble, what’s to keep him from beating Kratos over and over with rock-solid torrents of water?
    ~
    If this had been Katara in place of Percy, I’d be saying she would slice him with water blades or stab him with icicles, but I don’t know if Percy does that.

  99. Mad Silentist February 22, 2013 at 12:37 am -      #99

    Drenching the battlefield would help Percy for awhile, but he still loses strength and stamina. It doesnt provide him unlimited power, more like a temporary boost

  100. Dark God of Chaos February 22, 2013 at 2:00 am -      #100

    “If he has trouble, what’s to keep him from beating Kratos over and over with rock-solid torrents of water?”
    -
    Who’s to say he’ll be able to do that when he’s blinded by the Head of Helios, being arrow spammed, or when Kratos fires energy beams from the Blade of Olympus (that was able to destroy a small section of the Colossus)
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    Lets not forget Kratos’ soul summoning
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    As for holding him in water, that fairly redundant and only really delaying his demise, seeing as Kratos can breathe in water
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    “From there he’ll be able to heal his wounds, and I guess have enhanced strength”
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    What’s his best regeneration feat? Since unless he has any notable ones, I’m inclined to say Kratos’ strength would one shot him (since he’s no longer invulnerable *coughstillmassivenolimitsfallacycough*)
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    And I doubt his strength would allow him to compete with Kratos in that regard unless someone can give a rly good feat

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