Alias: Hart Wolfram
Apparent age: Mid-thirties
Personality: In 'Prometheus Bound' Kratos tells Hephaestus that Every job is troublesome except to be the commander of gods; no one is free except Zeus. Kratos doesn't care for freedom outside of Zeus' reign and is still loyal to his King; even in this modern age and he has no doubts of his place.
Personality-wise he's rather gruff and says what he's thinking without pretty words. He's not a deep thinker, leaving that to his more enterprising siblings. Kratos knows perfectly well that he's just the fist and not the battle plan. He does what he's told and does it well. Affection is rather beyond him and though he likes his siblings as much as he can, you'll never catch him being lovey-dovey with anyone. Ever.
History: Kratos was the god (or daimon) of strength, power, might, and sovereign rule. He - along with his siblings siblings, Nike (Victory), Bia (Force) and Zelos (Rivalry) - was one of the Zeus' angelesque enforcers (completed with awesome wings) who stood near to the heavenly throne and got ready to Deal With Shit.
Son of Pallas (Titan God of War) and Styx (goddess of hatred) and his role in mythology comes down to a few very specific parts. In 'Prometheus Bound' by Aeschylus Kratos, on behalf of Zeus, is the one who tells Hephaestus to chain down the misbehaving Titan (even though Kratos himself doesn't fully agree with the punishment. He and his siblings also helped to take down the monster Typhoon.
He's been in the US since the seventies and finds that the modern world doesn't suit him quite so well as the ancient, but there are certain circles he still fits in. And thus it's been that he's been a boxer for most of his time here, going amazingly well in the ring and enjoying few things more than pummeling people. (He also does a little bit of side work with less legally beating the shit out of people, but he keeps that on the down low.)
PB: Christian Kane