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In Greek mythology, the Titans were a race of giants who were the children of Uranus (Heaven) and Gaea (Earth). The males were: Oceanus, Coeus, Crius, [[Hyperion]], Iapetus, and [[Cronus]] (Saturn). The females were: Thea, Rhea, Themis, Mnemosyne, Phoebe, and Tethys. Also known as the Elder Gods, they reigned supreme, with [[Cronus]] the greatest of them all, until the day came where Zeus, son of [[Cronus]] and Rhea, rebelled, and cast them into [[Tartarus]], the Underworld.<ref>Bulfinch, Thomas (1959). ''Bulfinch's Mythology'', New York: Laurel. ISBN 0-44030-845-3.</ref><ref>[http://www.britannica.com Encyclopaedia Britannica].</ref><ref>Hamilton, Edith; illustrated by Steele Savage, ''Mythology'', Boston: Back Bay Books. ISBN 0-31634-151-7.</ref>
In Greek mythology, the Titans were a race of giants who were the children of Uranus (Heaven) and Gaea (Earth). The males were: Oceanus, Coeus, Crius, [[Hyperion]], Iapetus, and [[Cronus]] (Saturn). The females were: Thea, Rhea, Themis, Mnemosyne, Phoebe, and Tethys. Also known as the Elder Gods, they reigned supreme, with [[Cronus]] the greatest of them all, until the day came where Zeus, son of [[Cronus]] and Rhea, rebelled, and cast them into [[Tartarus]], the Underworld.<ref>Bulfinch, Thomas (1959). ''Bulfinch's Mythology'', New York: Laurel. ISBN 0-44030-845-3.</ref><ref>[http://www.britannica.com Encyclopaedia Britannica].</ref><ref>Hamilton, Edith; illustrated by Steele Savage, ''Mythology'', Boston: Back Bay Books. ISBN 0-31634-151-7.</ref>
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* [[Before Crisis: Final Fantasy VII]] as [[Titan]]
* [[Before Crisis: Final Fantasy VII]] as [[Titan]]
* [[Chocobo's Mysterious Dungeon]] as [[Titan]]
* [[Chocobo's Mysterious Dungeon]] as [[Titan]]
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* [[Final Fantasy IV]] as [[Titan]]
* [[Final Fantasy IV]] as [[Titan]]
* [[Final Fantasy IV: The After Years]] as [[Titan]]
* [[Final Fantasy IV: The After Years]] as [[Titan]]
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* [[Final Fantasy IV: Interlude]] as [[Titan]]
* [[Final Fantasy V]] as [[Titan]]
* [[Final Fantasy V]] as [[Titan]]
* [[Final Fantasy VII]] as [[Titan]]
* [[Final Fantasy VII]] as [[Titan]]
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* [[Final Fantasy IX]] as [[Titan]]
* [[Final Fantasy XI]] as [[Titan]]
* [[Final Fantasy XI]] as [[Titan]]
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* [[Final Fantasy XIII]] as [[Titan]]
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* [[Final Fantasy XIII-2]] as [[Titan]] Classic (racing)
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* [[Final Fantasy XIV]] as [[Titan]]
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* [[Final Fantasy XV]] as [[Titan]]
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* [[A King's Tale: Final Fantasy XV]] as Titan
* [[Final Fantasy XII: Revenant Wings]] as [[Titan]]
* [[Final Fantasy XII: Revenant Wings]] as [[Titan]]
* [[Final Fantasy Fables: Chocobo Tales]] as [[Titan]]
* [[Final Fantasy Fables: Chocobo Tales]] as [[Titan]]
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* [[Final Fantasy Fables: Chocobo's Dungeon]] as [[Titan]]
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* [[Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles]] as [[Titan]] Lance
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* [[Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: Echoes of Time]] as [[Titan]] Lance
* [[Vagrant Story]] as [[Titan Malachite]]
* [[Vagrant Story]] as [[Titan Malachite]]
* [[Itadaki Street Portable]] as [[Titan]]
* [[Itadaki Street Portable]] as [[Titan]]
* [[Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: My Life as a King]] as [[Titan]]
* [[Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: My Life as a King]] as [[Titan]]
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* [[Final Fantasy: The 4 Heroes of Light]] as Book of Titan
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* [[Final Fantasy Type-0]] as Titan
* [[Kingdom Hearts]] as Ice [[Titan]]
* [[Kingdom Hearts]] as Ice [[Titan]]
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* [[Crystal Conquest]] as Titan
* [[Dragon Quest VIII]] as [[Titan]] Belt
* [[Dragon Quest VIII]] as [[Titan]] Belt
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* [[Dragon Quest Heroes II]] as Titan Belt
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* [[Final Fantasy Adventure]] as Titan
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* [[Adventures of Mana]] as [[Titan]]
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* [[Sword of Mana]] as [[Titan]]
* [[Dawn of Mana]] as [[Titan]]
* [[Dawn of Mana]] as [[Titan]]
* [[Secret of Evermore]] as [[Titan]]'s Crown
* [[Secret of Evermore]] as [[Titan]]'s Crown
* [[Radiata Stories]] as [[Titan]] Pike
* [[Radiata Stories]] as [[Titan]] Pike
* [[Dissidia: Final Fantasy]] as [[Titan]]
* [[Dissidia: Final Fantasy]] as [[Titan]]
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* [[Dissidia Duodecim: Final Fantasy]] as Titan
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* [[Final Fantasy Dimensions]] as [[Titan]]
* [[Star Ocean: The Second Evolution]] as Fist of the [[Titan]]
* [[Star Ocean: The Second Evolution]] as Fist of the [[Titan]]
* [[Star Ocean: Till the End of Time]] as [[Titan]] Fist
* [[Star Ocean: Till the End of Time]] as [[Titan]] Fist
* [[Star Ocean: Blue Sphere]] as [[Titan]] Fist
* [[Star Ocean: Blue Sphere]] as [[Titan]] Fist
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* [[Star Ocean: Integrity and Faithlessness]] as Titan's Nails
* [[Romancing SaGa 3]] as Titan
* [[Romancing SaGa 3]] as Titan
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* [[Dragon Quest IX]] as Titan Hammer
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* [[Final Fantasy Legend I]] as [[Titan]]
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* [[Tactics Ogre]] as Titan
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* [[Final Fantasy Trading Card Game]] as [[Titan]]
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* [[Catacombs]] as [[Titan]]
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* [[Guardian Cross]] as Mighty Titan
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* [[Heavy Metal Thunder]] as [[Titan]] Fight
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* [[Deadman's Cross]] as Titan
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* [[Drakengard 3]] as Titan
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* [[Final Fantasy Legends II]] as Titan
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* [[Final Fantasy: Brave Exvius]] as Titan
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* [[Grandia]] as Titan Ring
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* [[Grandia Xtreme]] as Titan Fist. Knuckles
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* [[Deus Ex GO]] as Titan Shield
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* [[Deus Ex: Mankind Divided]] as Titan Shield
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* [[Ehrgeiz]] as Titan Head
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* [[Last Remnant]] as Titan's Toothpick
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* [[Guardian Codex]] as Titan
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* [[Final Fantasy Record Keeper]] as [[Titan]], Titan's Gloves
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* [[Mobius Final Fantasy]] as Titan
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Revision as of 16:50, 9 September 2017

In Greek mythology, the Titans were a race of giants who were the children of Uranus (Heaven) and Gaea (Earth). The males were: Oceanus, Coeus, Crius, Hyperion, Iapetus, and Cronus (Saturn). The females were: Thea, Rhea, Themis, Mnemosyne, Phoebe, and Tethys. Also known as the Elder Gods, they reigned supreme, with Cronus the greatest of them all, until the day came where Zeus, son of Cronus and Rhea, rebelled, and cast them into Tartarus, the Underworld.[1][2][3]

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  1. Bulfinch, Thomas (1959). Bulfinch's Mythology, New York: Laurel. ISBN 0-44030-845-3.
  2. Encyclopaedia Britannica.
  3. Hamilton, Edith; illustrated by Steele Savage, Mythology, Boston: Back Bay Books. ISBN 0-31634-151-7.
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