Kratos may refer to:

  • The Greek word κράτος krátos, 'power', which is the second root in words like aristocrat and democracy. Its mythological personification was the god Kratos, a son of Styx.
  • Kratos MS 50, a tool for Electron ionization
  • Kratos Aurion, a character from the Tales of Symphonia video game
  • Kratos (God of War), the main protagonist in the video game series, God of War
  • Operation Kratos, the shoot to kill policy of London's Metropolitan Police Service
  • Kratos Defense & Security Solutions
  • a black cockerel

Other articles related to "kratos":

God Of War: Chains Of Olympus - Gameplay
... The player controls the character Kratos in combo-based combat, platforming, and puzzle game elements ... Kratos is guided through various environments while fighting enemies, who come mostly from Greek mythology, such as Gorgons ... Kratos's main weapon is the Blades of Chaos a pair of blades attached to chains that are wrapped around Kratos's wrists and can be swung around to attack ...
God Of War Series - Recurring Characters
... Kratos The protagonist of the God of War series ... Kratos is a power-hungry Spartan who, to save his life, is forced to serve the Olympian god Ares ... During a murderous rampage, Kratos accidentally kills his wife and child ...
Marta Lualdi - Protagonists - Kratos Aurion
... Kratos Aurion (クラトス・アウリオン, Kuratosu Aurion?) is a mysterious mercenary who is hired to accompany Colette on her journey ... After betraying the party to Mithos, Kratos secretly searches for materials to enable Lloyd to use the Eternal Sword ... After gathering the materials to make the Eternal Ring, Kratos has the party form a contract with Origin to enable Lloyd to wield the Eternal Sword ...
Kratos (mythology)
... In Greek mythology, Kratos or Cratus (Ancient Greek Κράτος, English translation "strength") was the son of Pallas and Styx, and the personification of strength and power ... Kratos and his siblings—Nike ("victory"), Bia ("force") and Zelus ("zeal")—were the winged enforcers (sky tides) of Olympian God Zeus ...