All God of War Ragnarok Gods (From Weakest to Strongest)

The Strongest of Them All

10. Lady Sif

As a warrior goddess, Lady Sif certainly knows her way around a battlefield. However, compared to the other gods, she falls on the weaker side. While we really don’t know if her combat skills are commendable, her main weakness lies in her misplaced trust in Odin's grand plan. Plus, her elaborate hairstyle may be stunning, but it's also a bit of a liability in any  intense combat situations.

9. Tyr

Tyr, the Norse god of war and justice, commands respect with his impressive feats. However, his adherence to rules and codes often hampers his true potential. He can be a bit too methodical and predictable in his approach, making it easier for the more cunning gods to outmaneuver him. He needs to loosen up a bit and embrace a more chaotic side to truly tap into his power if not he can always try basketball.


8. Freyr

Freyr, the pretty boy god associated with fertility and prosperity, possesses a gentle demeanor that doesn't necessarily translate into raw power. He's more inclined towards nurturing and caring for the realms, making him a less formidable opponent on the battlefield. But hey, at least he can make the flowers bloom and bring a touch of beauty to the otherwise gloomy world of Ragnarok.


7. Thrud

Thrud, the daughter of Thor, is a fierce warrior with immense strength. However, her relentless determination and hot-headedness sometimes cloud her judgment, leaving her vulnerable to strategic opponents. Her eagerness for battle can make her predictable, but you can't deny the entertainment value of her explosive temper and powerful punches.


6. Heimdall

Heimdall, the watchman of the gods, possesses incredible senses and the ability to see and hear everything. While his vigilance is commendable, his lack of ambition and willingness to take risks prevent him from reaching the highest echelons of power. He's like the overprotective guardian who never leaves his post but might miss out on the excitement of the world and the most stuck up, annoying game boss EVER.


5. Thor

Ah, Thor, the mighty god of thunder. Known for his brute strength and legendary hammer, Mjolnir, he's a force to be reckoned with. However, his inflated ego and temperamental (and tummy) nature can sometimes get the better of him. A well-timed witty remark or a clever diversion might just give you the upper hand against this hotheaded god.


4. Freya

Freya the witch, the goddess of love and magic, possesses immense power in her command of spells and enchantments. However, early on her undying love for her son, Baldur, and her desire for revenge can cloud her judgment and make her susceptible to manipulation. Watch out for her wrathful outbursts and be prepared for a touch of magical mischief along the way.


3. Odin

Odin, the All-Father and ruler of Asgard, is a   complex figure. With his knowledge and wisdom, he wields immense power. However, his insatiable thirst for knowledge and control often leads him down a path of manipulation and deceit. Just remember, even the wisest of gods can be fooled, especially if you catch them off guard with a clever joke or two.


2. Loki

Next on our list is Atreus, also known as Loki, the son of Kratos and a pivotal character in God of War Ragnarok. While he may not possess the same raw power as some of the other gods, Atreus has proven himself to be a force to be reckoned with. As he embraces his divine heritage and hones his godly abilities, Atreus becomes an invaluable ally to Kratos on their journey. His ability to summon creatures, shoot arrows with impressive precision, and tap into his shape-shifting powers showcases his potential for greatness. Plus, Atreus' youthful spirit and curious nature bring a refreshing dynamic to the otherwise grim world of the gods.


1. Kratos

At the top of our list stands the one and only Kratos, the Ghost of Sparta himself. With his legendary Blades of Chaos and unmatched strength, Kratos is a force of nature. His determination, resilience, and the sheer wrath he unleashes upon his enemies make him the most fearsome warrior in the pantheon of gods. However, even Kratos has his moments of vulnerability, especially when it comes to his complicated relationship with his son Atreus. But when it's time to battle, he is truly "God of War".

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