Persian King
Persian King
Background information
Feature films
Television programs
Video games God of War: Chains of Olympus
Park attractions
Voice Fred Tatasciore
Performance model
Character information
Other names Persian
Personality Ruthless, misogynistic, cowardly
Appearance Giant, obese, scarred on one eye, giant beard
Occupation King of Persia
Goal Rule Greece
Home Persia
Enemies Kratos
Minions Persian Empire
Likes Torturing women
Dislikes Gods, Spartans
Powers and abilities
Weapons Sword
Fate Gets killed by Kratos
Typical Saying "It will take more than a pathetic Spartan to stop the power of the Empire!"

The Persian King is a minor villain in the video game God of War: Chains of Olympus. He is the king of the invading Persian Empire. He is voiced by Fred Tatasciore.


Chains of OlympusEdit

The Persian King was leading a siege on Greece, seeking to purge the gods using is powerful army and the Basilisk to aid him, making him a threat. The gods sent Kratos down to eliminate him. As the Persian King threatens a pair of women trapped in a cell, he is confronted by Kratos. The King tries to justify his actions by claiming he is purifying Greece and the Basilisk is cleansing the land. He mocks Kratos and the gods and battles him, aided by his Persian guards. During the battle, The Persian King lights his powerful sword on fire as well. But in the end, he is defeated and his guards killed, and he is impaled and thrown against a wall. As he lies helpless, he begs Kratos for mery, offering to give him his kingdom, women, and treasures. Kratos won't accept the offer and replies he won't take his gold but he will take his life. He grabs the King's treasure chest and brings it down on him, but the King blocks it. Kratos bashes the treasure chest harder repeatedly on the King's head, breaking his skull and killing him.