A God of War fan, clearly zealous about the franchise, received a Mimir tattoo covering most of their higher right arm. The smartest man alive became an instant fan favorite upon his overview into the series, and God of War has not been the same since his levels and quips.
The development that was 2018’s God of War acted as a soft reboot for the franchise, previously a hack-and-slash sequence set in Ancient Greece that journeyed to Norse mythology and turn out to be a third-person action-adventure on the way.
One of the figures that Kratos and his son Atreus come across crosswise during their mission is Mimir, imprisoned within a tree atop what the two spirits believe to be the highest peak in all the realms. Mimir, once an advisor to Odin, amends them, revealing the place they seek to be in Jotunheim, Land of the Giants, then offers his services. Unable to free him, Kratos subsequently decapitates Mimir and fittingly nicknames him “Head.”
An image dispatched to Reddit by sippin40s shows Mimir’s head no longer dangling from Kratos’ waist, but as a tattoo that concealments the majority of their upper right arm. The art is mightily impressive, perfectly seizing Mimir’s one-eyed gaze, inscriptions, and horns. His missing eye is canonically correct, as God of War 2018 sees the trio retrieve it from the stomach of the World Serpent to get to Jotunheim.
The commentaries did the only thing one can do when discussing Mimir, which is to use whatever quote of his is most fitting for the situation. “Ohh I felt that one brother,” and “don’t worry, it’ll pass” were a pair of the most upvoted, interspersed with other comments amazed at how well the tattoo twisted out.
God of War Ragnarok received minor criticism for just how greatly companions, Mimir included, talk and assert on giving the answers to puzzles before players required any time to figure them out, so it is nice to appreciate the more helpful interchange that the smartest man alive is recognized for.
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