Clotho, a goddess of Greek mythology, is the youngest of the three fates, but one of the oldest goddesses in Greek mythology. She is the daughter of Zeus and Themis. Each spell has a specific job, whether measurement of yarn, spinning on a pin or cut to length. Clotho is the spinner, and it runs the thread of human life with her distaff. The length of the string will determine how long the life of a particular person will be. It is also known for being the daughter of the night to indicate the darkness and obscurity of human destiny. Nobody knows exactly how much power Clotho and her sisters, however, they often violate the rule, Zeus and other gods. For some reason, the gods seem to obey them, or because the fates are in possession of greater power, or as some sources, their existence is part of the order of the universe, and that the gods can not interfere.
In Greek mythology, Clotho was the youngest of three sisters of Fate and yarn spinner of Fate, which is often called Threads of Life. He is often described as a girl. In God of War, described a bloated monstrous humanoid creature in the silkworm, which has multiple arms and breasts. He does not move (unlike his sister), and lives in the depths of the Loom Chamber.After Lahkesis fights and Atropos, Clotho find Kratos, who warns him not to tamper with the threads of life. Kratos Clotho challenge to accomplish his goal, when his body out of the various stages, when he tried to keep him out of his many weapons. Eventually, he met his death when Kratos impaled his skull is large, the rotation of the blade of the pendulum-like (located at the bottom of the material Clotho’s).
- She is by far the largest Sisters of Fate, and the youngest. Ironically, the Clotho is quite bad compared to most of the descriptions of its mythology.
- It ‘s interesting to note that despite his loss of consciousness, somehow survived Kratos can still hear his disembodied voice mocked him, saying he would never find its own thread.
- Although the monitoring time apparently compatible, Clotho only attacks on Kratos hitting him in his arms, he will not even be able to create balls of energy, like his sister. Also, ironically, Kratos can use to control him because he can activate the Amulet of the Fates to slow time, which slows the movement of Clotho.
- In this line, “Do not change destiny, Kratos.” is similar to “You can not change your fate.” Prince of Persia: Warrior Within.