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Keep in mind that Hades merely pulled another Titan off the mountain with his chains. He himself was pulled down by that same Titan, Oceanus.

Poseidon, on the other hand, literally burst through a Titan — Epimetheus — to kill him.

Also, while Poseidon did draw from the waters of the Aegean Sea during his initial transformation, the fight itself took place very high in the sky on Mount Olympus.
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Jan 28, 2013

dosent matter though he was still conected and he made his body out of the dead titan or at least part (Allso when all the gods fight only poseidon heads straight for the sea and flys down where hades jumps and lands after falling who manny feet without a Scratch sorry but your god would have just made a splat. 

Hades_vs_kratos.jpg and another thing hes one of the three gods that pleaded for his life one being hermes who everyone hates and the other being helios the weekest boss's in the game so dont tell me hes stronger then a god who foaght to the very end .

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Whether he begged or not at the end is irrelevant. He also displayed more of an effort up front and wasn't afraid to fight a Kratos with the Olympus Blade. You didn't see Hades jump right for Kratos and Gaia.

Also, the series exaggerates physics greatly. If we're going to get a bit technical, then Poseidon diving head first straight into the sea from the top of Mount Olympus and at full speed should have been an enormous impact, much more than anything Hades would have had to deal with, yet he survived with no apparent concern.

A fall of 40 or more feet can be fatal to a human, for instance. Diving into water is not harmless like many movies depict (unless you're watching the Guardian, in which case, it's fairly accurate.) With proper form, you can mitigate potential injury to an extent.

Also, not sure why you refer to him as my god. I personally think all three brothers are pathetic as people. Just trying to compare their strengths and weakness. If they could be converted to a number, I'm sure Poseidon's would be higher. The niche ability to take souls is Hades' shtick. He wouldn't be able to manage it on his own against Poseidon.
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why not why cnat he take poseidans soul it took alot to kill hades it took a punch acually a stab to kill poseidonHades_vs_kratos.jpg

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Poseidon took a lot more than that. Kratos and Gaia had been fighting him for a while before. Your claim is like ignoring the first 10 rounds of a boxing match that ended on the 11th.
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Jan 28, 2013

no not him his hourses if you remeber. he didnt even fight until he would try to hit you with electric attacks with his tridant . 192738-300px_hades_god_of_war_large.jpg

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The Hippocampi are part of him. They are creations of Poseidon and are connected to his life force in battle.
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sorry but your wrong- The Hippocampi serve Greek Mythology as Poseidon's horses that pull his chariot.-GOW wiki

 

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What you looked at is the general description from traditional Greek Mythology, not the GoW tuned variant. You have to remember that they changed a lot of the mythology for this game series.

Here's what it says under God of War Series:

 

 

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The Hippocamp or Hippocampus (plural: Hippocampi) is a mythological creature that Poseidon created to serve him...


...In God of War III, Hippocampi were the massive beasts of Poseidon. Hippocampi were depicted with a horse-like head, arthropod limbs, and a long serpent-like tail, which connected them to Poseidon's torso.

 

As stated, they are created by Poseidon and connected to Poseidon himself during his fight.

 

 

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must this continue - The Hippocampus is arguably the most powerful sub-boss to have appeared in a God of War game.               see a sub boss  where as poseidon is a different boss. So that makes my statement before wright it took a punch and a stab to kill poseidon ...... WHAT NOW !!!!! Hades_vs_kratos.jpg

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