He is a manipulative individual, for example, when Thor and the others come to "visit" them in Jotunheim, before their skirmish, he manipulates Thor into attacking him and the Frost Giants as part of his plan to bring down Asgard. She is the second wife of Kratos and the mother of Atreus. Ela é a segunda esposa de Kratos e a mãe de Atreus. Current status Laufey is mentioned several times in the Prose Edda, composed in the 13th century by Snorri Sturluson. 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. By: Farore5. Frost Giant Physiology: As part of a race of humanoid giants that live on Jotunheim, Laufey's Frost Giant features had granted him superhuman abilities. Gender Jotun She was also the one who made Atreus his bow. Status Before they could kill the invaders, Odin arrived on Sleipnir to break up the skirmish. Laufey or Nális a figure from Norse mythology, the mother of Loki and consort of Fárbauti. Kratos (husband)Atreus (son)Angrboða (daughter-in-law)Hel (granddaughter)Jörmungandr (grandson)Fenrir (grandson)Sköll and Hati (great-grandsons)Zeus (father-in-law)†Callisto (mother-in-law)†Deimos (brother-in-law)†Lysandra (sister-wife) †Calliope (stepdaughter)†Athena (half-sister-in-law)†Ares (half-brother-in-law)†Hercules (half-brother-in-law)†Hermes (half-brother-in-law)†Poseidon (uncle-in-law)†Hades (uncle-in-law)†Hera (aunt-in-law/step-mother-in-law)†Demeter (aunt-in-law)Gaia (great grandmother-in-law)†Cronos (grandfather-in-law)†Rhea (grandmother-in-law)† Laufey creates his weapons out of the ice. Elsewhere in Gylfaginning, L… The first mention occurs in Gylfaginning, where High introduces Loki. 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. Date of Death Faye est un personnage crucial - quoique invisible - dont il est largement question dans God of War. Atreus was conceived between the Greek demigod-turned-God of War, Kratos and a Jötunn named Laufey, whom he called Faye. High says that Loki is the son of Fárbauti, that "Laufey or Nál" is his mother, and that his brothers are Býleistr and Helblindi. Freeing those who they would enslave, feeding those who they would starve, generally making a nuisance of herself in the most noble of ways. Faye had passed away sometime later, although the causes ar… Laufey To ensure such a terrible war did not occur again, Laufey and Odin agreed to a peace treaty, where the Frost Giants power source, the Casket of Ancient Winters would be taken from them and neither race would attack the other and they could both live peacefully for decades to come. Kratos and Atreus have both noted that Faye always wanted to help those in need, without any personal benefit to gain from the action. June 2, 2010 Laufey the Just, known to her husband and son as Faye was the Jötunn wife of Kratos and the mother of Atreus. In the mythology Laufey had an alternate name. He is a manipulative individual, for example, when Thor and the others come to "visit" them in Jotunheim, before their skirmish, he manipulates Thor into attacking him and the Frost Giants as part of his plan to bring down Asgard. Laufey spoke to his former enemy, who attempted to reinstate the peace treaty, but Laufey assured him that Thor had caused a war. Before she was a mother before she was a wife. 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. Sindri, in particular, considered her a special woman and was saddened upon learning of her death. Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. Laufey and Odin engaged in a one-on-one battle until the Asgardian King came out victorious and Laufey was forced to surrender. Laufey was a rumor in the halls of Asgard -- a Giantess warrior who thwarted many an Aesir god's plans. She was also known to be a fearsome and respectful warrior in her own right, to the point of drawing the attention of Thor, one of the most powerful members of the Norse gods. Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. This act made Loki look like a hero in front of his adoptive mother as part of his plan to completely destroy Jotunheim and the Frost Giant race as well as usurp the throne of Asgard.. Gender Instead, Faye placed her hopes in her family. Même si elle vivait comme une mortelle, Faye était en fait une géante (Jotünn) de Jötunheim - dissimulant sa vraie nature à sa famille pour des raisons inc… 1 Norse Mythology 2 In the God of War Series 2.1 God of War (2018) 3 Personality 4 Powers & Abilities 4.1 Powers 4.2 Abilities 5 Weapons 6 … Family Member/s This is Faye's story leading up to her death in God of War 4. Misc. According to Atreus, Faye shared her husband's mistrust of gods, though not without reason. I welcome any & ALL comments & criticism, I truly want to get better at this!) Atreus had clearly learned and inherited her kind nature and desire to help others from Faye. Behind the Scenes Birthplace Unlike Odin, who loved and took care of both his adoptive and biological sons, Laufey wasn't so aware to the existence of his own son, Loki, even abandoning him at infancy for being small, and shown only his cr… 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. Male Species Deceased It is unknown when or how she met Kratos, but, after an unknown amount of time, they fell in love, and Faye married him and became pregnant with their child.