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Titan, a great giant who rends the very earth asunder. The great chasms he creates in the ground can swallow up armies of soldiers.
- —Final Fantasy IV library
Titan (タイタン, Taitan?) is a creature from various games in the Final Fantasy series, most often appearing as a summoned monster. Its attack, Earth Fury, sometimes called Anger of the Land or Gaia's Wrath, deals Earth-elemental damage to all opponents, but is useless against airborne foes.
- For the battle information, see: Titan (Final Fantasy III)
- White summoning: Clobber - deals Earth elemental damage to a single target.
- Black summoning: Stomp - deals Earth elemental damage to a single target.
- High summoning: Earthen Fury - deals Earth elemental damage to all enemies.
Titan's White Magic summoning, Clobber, is the only White Magic summoning that can damage enemies.
Titan, the Earthreaver... His mighty arms rend earth and stone, feeding his foes to Gaia's gaping maw.
- —Eidolon Library
- For the battle information, see: Titan (Final Fantasy IV Boss)
Rydia can summon Titan. She summons Titan initially against Cecil and Kain in Mist when she discovers they killed the Mist Dragon. Titan shakes the earth and a landslide separates the Mist Valley from the Damcyan Desert.
Titan is available as a summon after Rydia rejoins the party in the Dwarven Castle. In all 2D releases, it has a casting time of 5 and costs 40 MP to summon, dealing non-elemental damage against all ground opponents. In the 3D remake release, Titan costs 30 MP to summon and deals earth-elemental damage to enemies.
- For the battle information, see: Titan (Final Fantasy IV -Interlude-)
Titan returns as a summon spell for the imposter Rydia and Rydia in the sequel of Final Fantasy IV. It's signature attack, Gaia's Wrath deals moderate non-elemental damage to all enemies at the cost of 40 MP.
Titan is wielded by the Tunneler, one of four Eidolon-holding bosses found within the Lower Section of the Tower of Babil B10. Once defeated, it leaves behind an orb of amber light. The imposter Rydia claims the light and regains the ability to summon Titan during battle. Titan, along with the other reclaimed Eidolons, are later summoned by the imposter Rydia on B6 of the tower to battle against the party.
- For the battle information, see: Titan (The After Years)
Titan is a boss twice, the first time being unbeatable and the second time being obtainable as a summon. He is initially controlled by the Mysterious Girl, and will come to his senses after the final battle with him.
- For the battle information, see: Titan (Final Fantasy V Boss)
Titan takes 25 MP to summon to deal Earth damage against all ground opponents, and not to aerial opponents.
- See the Summon sequence here.
Titan casts Anger of the Land for 46 MP. The Titan Summon Materia can be found in the destroyed Gongaga Mako Reactor. The Materia is not visible when the player can first visit, but the player can still obtain the Materia. If the player returns after the events of North Crater on Disc 2 and have not already obtained the Titan Materia, the Materia will be visible to the player.
Early in development Titan was to be acquired from a treasure chest in Kalm, but this was scrapped. The chest remains in the final product but cannot be opened. It was likely moved for the purposes of the traveling salesman, who was intended to appear in Gongaga Village where he hints at the existence of Titan.
Titan's spell power is equal to 2.0625x the base magic damage.
|Stats||Level 2||Level 3||Level 4||Master|
|AP for level||15000||30000||60000||80000|
|Stat changes||Magic +1, Max HP-2%, Max MP+2%|
Titan can be summoned in battle using the appropriate Materia. He uses the attack Anger of The Land, an Earth-elemental attack that hits all opponents. His appearance in Before Crisis -Final Fantasy VII- is based off his original appearance in Final Fantasy VII.
Titan appears alongside the eidolon Fenrir in the default attack when summoned by Eiko. Terrestrial Rage deals earth-Elemental damage to all opponents for a cost of 30 MP. Although Titan's name is not mentioned in-game, it is revealed in the Japanese-exclusive Final Fantasy IX artbook.
Titan appears in Final Fantasy XI as the Earth-element avatar that can be summoned by Summoners. The quest to obtain Titan, Trial by Earth, starts in Bastok, the Hume city notable for its mining industry.
Perhaps the most loved ability Titan has is the ability to give Stoneskin to all party members in range, protecting them from all damage for 15 minutes or until the maximum amount of damage has been absorbed. Titan also utilizes a variety of blunt attacks and earth-element magic. Many of Titan's abilities have added status effects.
Originally a member of a tribe of giants (the Titans) who lived in the south of the Quon continent. The tribe was in conflict with the people of a neighboring city over the ownership and utilization of a forest. Despite their great physical strength, the Titans were overwhelmed until one day, a little girl called Daemdalus was looking for a runaway lamb and stumbled upon what looked like the corpse of a Titan. It was still alive, and, overcoming her fear, Daemdalus showed him compassion by tending to his wounds.
The Titan befriended the little girl, but the citizens found out what was going on and captured the Titan and brought him back to the city. Daemdalus threw herself in front of him to stop him from being executed. Altana took pity and called both their souls to the heavens and transformed Titan into the Celestial Avatar of Earth. Daemdalus is the name of the brightest, yellow-colored star of the Titan constellation.
Titan in also the name of one of the servers used within the game.
Blood Pact AbilitiesEdit
|Earthen Fury||1||Rage||All||Massive earth-element damage to enemies within area of effect. Only available during Astral Flow.|
|Rock Throw||1||Rage||10||Deals long-range, minor blunt damage and may inflict Slow.|
|Stone II||10||Rage||24||Deals minor earth magic damage.|
|Rock Buster||21||Rage||39||Deals blunt damage and may inflict Bind.|
|Megalith Throw||35||Rage||62||Deals long-range, moderate blunt damage and may inflict Slow.|
|Earthen Ward||46||Ward||92||Grants a long-lasting Stoneskin effect to party members within area of effect.|
|Titan's Favor||55||Avatar's Favor||0||Grants a Defense Bonus to all party members near Titan. Weakens Titan's offensive strength and reduces Perpetuation Cost by 2.|
|Stone IV||60||Rage||118||Deals moderate earth-element magic damage.|
|Mountain Buster||70||Rage||164||Deals massive blunt damage and may Bind the enemy.|
|Rage||182||Deals massive earth-element magic damage to a single target and Stuns it briefly.|
|Earthen Armor||82||Ward||156||Mitigates the impact of severely damaging attacks for party members within area of effect.|
The ground trembles at his approach.
- —In-Game Description
- For the battle information, see: Titan (Revenant Wings)
Titan is the rank 3 Earth Physical summon. His regular attack is Landslide, and his special attack, Gaia's Wrath, deals heavy Earth damage to all surrounding enemies.
- Main article: Titan (Final Fantasy XIII)
A fal'Cie who goes by the name of Titan watches over Gran Pulse. It is colossal, easily dwarfing other fal'Cie in the game and being able to eat the giant Adamantoises as if they were small morsels. Titan appears in a group of missions known as "Titan's Trials".
- Main article: Titan (Final Fantasy XIV)
The indomitable will of the earth made manifest, beloved of the kobold clans.
Compassionate and gentle, Titan is as a father to his tunnel-dwelling worshipers. But woe betide those fool enough to provoke this colossus─for when his anger is waked, the very earth trembles and heaves under the unstoppable fury of his mountainous bulk.
- —Official website description
Titan is one of the Primals of Eorzea, linked with the Kobolds. He was one of the classic summons spotted in earlier trailers, but due to real-world circumstances did not appear until A Realm Reborn, where he appears during the Main Scenario of 2.0 along with Ifrit and Garuda.
Titan Egi AbilitiesEdit
|Delivers an attack with a potency of 85.
Additional Effect: Increased enmity.
|Delivers an attack with a potency of 70 to all nearby enemies.
Additional Effect: Increased enmity
|Decreases damage suffered by pet by 20% for 20s.|
|Delivers an attack with a potency of 70.
Additional Effect: Stun for 2s
|Deals fire damage with a potency of 200 to all enemies in a cone before it.
Additional Effect: Deals earth damage with a potency of 200 to all nearby targets.
Additional Effect: Razed earth for 15s.
The Eidolon Titan is first seen on the game's Jump Festa 2015 trailer trying to trample Noctis with its foot. According to game director, Hajime Tabata, the development team contemplated on whether or not to put Titan in the Episode Duscae demo. Ultimately, they decided against it, mentioning that Titan is too integral to the story to be included in the demo. Players will be able to summon Titan in the full game, and he will be as huge as seen in the trailer. The town of Lestarg will be connected to the story surrounding Titan.
Summoner can learn Titan as a summon for 220 JP. It deals Earth damage in a large area. It costs 30 MP to cast and has a speed of 20. In the PS version, when summoned, the summoner will sometimes say, "Bear down with land energy! Titan!"
The Titan is an enemy and also a possible monster that the party's monster unit(s) can transform into. It can be found on the first floor of the Tower.
May Gaia's wrath overcome thee!
A legendary giant with considerable physical strength.
- —Dissidia Final Fantasy Summon Compendium
Titan is a summon that for a short time triples the summoner's Bravery points whenever they take HP damage. The artwork used for the summon is from Final Fantasy V. Titan can be obtained in the third stage of the Distant Glory - Heroes storyline.
Titan appears in Final Fantasy Record Keeper. He retains his appearance from Final Fantasy V.
Titan is one of two summoned monsters that is summoned by Krile through her Summoner's Dualcast ability. Titan has the same appearance from when he appeared in Final Fantasy V.
Titan appears in Chocobo's Mysterious Dungeon.
Titan appears in Chocobo's Mysterious Dungeon 2.
Titan appears in Final Fantasy Fables: Chocobo Tales as six cards and in the tale Titan and the Beanstalk. His cards are wood element.
|Crystal Ability (**)
Deal 4 damage.
Strength is doubled if opponent's card is green.
|Deal 3 damage.
Destroy 2 of opponent's * crystals.
|Crystal Ability (*)
Deal 5 damage.
|Crystal Ability (**)
Deal 7 damage.
|Crystal Ability (***)
Deal 1 damage for each *,* in your CP gauge.
|Crystal Ability (***)
Deal 4 damage for each unmarked zone on opponent's card.
In the anime, Final Fantasy: Unlimited, Titan makes an appearance as a summon. The Soil Charge Triad (Soil is like the colored bullet of a Magun, used to summon creatures) needed to summon Titan is:
- The protecting earth that makes even the heavens cry, Gaia Brown!
- The hidden quiet passion, Deep Vermillion!
- The everlasting vitality of life, Evergreen!
Followed by saying: "Crumble! Summoned Creature! Titan!"
In the English audio version, the Soil Charge Triad was changed to:
- The solid earth that protects, Gaia Brown!
- The hidden silence of passion, Deep Vermillion!
- From the eternal vitality of life, Evergreen!
Followed by saying: "Smash! I summon you! Titan!"
Titan appears in Final Fantasy Trading Card Game with his Final Fantasy III artwork. His card is earth-elemental.
Non-Final Fantasy AppearancesEdit
Titan appears in Dragon Quest & Final Fantasy in Itadaki Street Portable.
Titan is one of three summons in this Japan-only, free-to-play browser game. Its ability deals massive damage to buildings.
The kobolds of O'Ghomoro worship this fierce god of stone, whose Earthen Fury causes the very ground to tremor.
Titans were a pantheon of deities found in Greek mythology. The 12 Titans were great, powerful beings, known as the Elder Gods before being overthrown by the younger gods, that is, the Olympians. Each was associated with a primal concept, e.g. light, ocean, memory, etc.The