A God of War Fan Has Created an Impressive Gingerbread Version of Kratos’ Hut

A creative God of War fan created an outstanding and detailed reconstruction of Kratos and Atreus’ hut as an amazing and detailed gingerbread house.

An avid God of War fan recreated Kratos and Atreus’ famous treehouse as a gingerbread house. Fans of the God of War franchise have proven to be very creative and inventive in their creations and tributes to the series. God of War has plenty of visually stunning characters and locations that inspire fans to create such stunning works of art.

In 2018’s God of War, Santa Monica Studio took Kratos out of his native Greece after defeating the Greek Pantheon and brought him to the Nordic world, where this time a baby boy and a deceased wife round out his family. Then God of War: Ragnarok and its excellent voice-overs arrive as a dynamic and powerful continuation of the game, completing the saga of the North and the relationship between Kratos and Atreus.

Redditor Morello created a gingerbread house version of Kratos and Atreus’ log cabin in Midgard, complete with a storage awning, door, layered roof, and even Nordic runes around the entrance. Morello even sprinkled powdered sugar on the cottage to simulate Fimbulwinter falling on the realms in God of War: Ragnarök. The detail of the hut, especially the Norse runes carved around the entrance, is so great that the image looks like a 3D projection of the actual hut in the game.

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God of War fans are very creative and have created some pretty outstanding artwork through various mediums over the years. Another God of War fan made the Blades of Chaos out of wood, even burning patterns and such into the wood to give them an authentic look. Fans love the games so much that they can’t help but test their creativity and talent by imitating the tools of the games as best they can.

Morello’s post about the gingerbread version of Kratos’ hut is just one of many such wonderful creations inspired by the God of War series. Commenters on the post actually suggest that Morello take a few bites out of the roof to make it a little more authentic and accurate to the game. This, of course, refers to the holes in the roof created during Kratos’ massive fight against Baldur in the opening moments of God of War.

As God of War: Ragnarok slowly approaches its two-month life cycle, more and more players are jumping into Midgard and the other realms, which means more of these imaginative creations will hit the internet. Once the developers decide to take Kratos to another realm, there will be even more creative content to inspire fans to create, invent and build.

God of War: Ragnarok is now available for PS4 and PS5.

Source: GameRant

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