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Hello, Kratos. What's wrong? You seem confused, Kratos. Having trouble remembering our special time together? But then again, we were rudely interrupted by my sister. Alecto was never one for manners! Not to worry. I am quite skilled at teaching... Respect!
~ Megaera to Kratos.
You have caused me pain for the last time, Spartan!
~ Megaera to Kratos.

Megaera is a major antagonist in the 2013 video game God of War: Ascension, being one the Furies alongside her sisters Alecto and Tisiphone.

She is the Fury of jealousy and conspired with Ares to help him usurp Zeus from Olympus, and hunted down Kratos when he broke his oath with the god of war. Though the Furies were able to imprison the Ghost of Sparta, Megaera's torture freed him from his chains, allowing him to escape and kill her sisters to be free of his oath.

She was voiced by Nika Futterman, who also voiced Raging Raven in Metal Gear Solid 4: Guns of the Patriots, Pan-dora in The Grim Adventures of Billy & Mandy, Courtney Gears in Ratchet & Clank 3: Up Your Arsenal, Vendra Prog in Ratchet and Clank: Into the Nexus, Beni in Tenkai Knights, Foxy Loxy in Chicken Little: Ace in Action, Silhouette in Destroy All Humans!, Pandora in Kid Icarus, Asajj Ventress and Sy Snootles in Star Wars: The Clone Wars, Nix in inFamous 2, Karena LesProux in Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City, Zira in Lion Guard, and Khan Maykr in Doom: Eternal.

History

Background

During the war against the Primordials occurred, all the negativity from their battles created the world and the Furies - Megaera, Alecto and Tisiphone. According to Orkos, the Furies were once fair in their judgments and punishments, and previously served the Olympians when one would make blood oaths to them. When Aegaeon the Hecatonchires broke his oath with Zeus, the Furies captured him, and decided to enact torture upon him as they believed death was too kind for an oath breaker. At some point, the Furies would encounter the god of war Ares, who's influence turned the three into ruthless torturers. The sisters would conspire with Ares to help him usurp Zeus from his throne, and Alecto conceived a child with him so it could be turned into the perfect warrior.

Ares was unsatisfied with his son Orkos, but Alecto spared her son by making him the Furies' oath keeper. He would go on to find another warrior, the Spartan general Kratos who prayed for the god of war to destroy his enemies in exchange for servitude. During this time, Megaera became more ruthless and sadistic, as she brutally tortured prisoners in the prison of the damned.

God of War: Ascension

When Kratos broke his oath with Ares after the god tricked the Spartan into killing his wife and daughter, the Furies were sent to capture him. The Furies would initially use illusions to keep him trapped, but he was assisted by Orkos, whom decided to go against the Furies for their ruthlessness and taking the eyes of the oracle. The three then came across Kratos when he was traversing the statue of Apollo, and proceeded to fight him until Megaera lost her arm from Kratos' blades. Though Alecto was able to subdue him, Orkos arrived and escaped, allowing Kratos to continue his journey. Despite this, the Furies would subdue both Orkos and Kratos after the statue of Apollo was reconstructed, and Megaera proceeded to torture the Ghost of Sparta within Aegaeon's prison.

When Kratos was imprisoned, Megaera appeared in front of him, and proceeded to torture him in revenge for severing her arm. After a brutal beating towards her adversary, Kratos retaliates by using his Chains to wrap her spider legs and rip the blades of chaos off the wall. After confronting her for a while, Kratos was able to rip out the second one and attack Megaera. However, Megaera managed to retreat and call for her minions. Kratos would get pass her minions and several monsters that came across him, and Megaera decided to awake Aegaeon by using her insects. This will would be prove to no avail as Kratos killed each creature, and slayed Megaera before claiming the amulet of Uroborus from her corpse.

Appearance

Megaera is a slender female creature. She wears a toga-like outfit with a fury helmet with a retractable front to conceal or reveal her face. She also has four sharp spider-like legs, which retracts from her back at will. The notable thing about her is that she has no right arm, her entire right arm is missing. Her feet and arms are darkened heavily, also showing slight muscle definition.

Powers and Abilities

She has her sharp spider legs that she can use to pierce her enemies, and was able to manifest parasite-like insects from her chest.

She also has superhuman strength capable of even choking Kratos and beat him when he was imprisoned.

Quotes

For what you’ve taken, I owe you that.
~ Megaera to Kratos.
Is that the best you can offer? Your rage means nothing!
~ Megaera to Kratos during their fight.

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Trivia

  • Chronologically, she is the first deity Kratos kills in the series.

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