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Dr Who

Up to date as of January 31, 2010

From TARDIS Index File, the free Doctor Who reference.

You may have meant the asteroid Titan III.
Titan
Type: Moon
Location: Saturn orbit, Sol system
Appearances: DW: The Invisible Enemy

Titan was a moon of Saturn, the seventh planet of the Sol system. Its (Galifreyan-style) coordinates were "quadrant 62 WHI 12 12 9990 EX 41"

By the year 5000 a small Titan Base existed on the surface. (DW: The Invisible Enemy)

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Memory-beta

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Titan may refer to:

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DC Comics

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From DC Database

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This is the Titan disambiguation page.

It serves to clarify the difference between several closely named or closely related articles.
A = Appearances · I = Images · G = Gallery · F = Fan Art · Q = Quotes



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Teams

Comics

Other media

See Also


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Final Fantasy

Up to date as of February 01, 2010

From Final Fantasy Wiki

Titan (タイタン Taitan) is a summon from various games in the Final Fantasy series. 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.

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Final Fantasy

The giant (Titan in previous versions) is a creature that inhabits the Giant's Cave and will bar the passage of the Warriors of Light. Giving him the Star Ruby to eat will please him, and he will move out of the way so that the four heroes can pass.

Final Fantasy III

Titan as he appeared in the remake of Final Fantasy III
For the boss, see Titan (Final Fantasy III)

Titan can be summoned by Evokers and Summoners, and is obtained by purchasing the Level 5 Summon Magic spell Hyper.

  • Clobber: deals Earth elemental damage to a single target
  • Stomp: deals Earth elemental damage to a single target
  • Earthen Fury: deals Earth elemental damage to all enemies


Final Fantasy IV

Titan as he appeared in the remake of Final Fantasy IV
FFIV Titan
"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)

Rydia can summon Titan in this game. She uses it initially against Cecil Harvey and Kain Highwind in Mist when she finds out that they killed the Mist Dragon, and therefore her mother as well. Rydia summoned Titan, who caused an earthquake, and thus a landslide separating the Mist Valley from the Damcyan Desert. Titan is obtained as a summon automatically after Rydia rejoins the party in the Dwarven Castle.

Final Fantasy IV: The After Years

For the battle information, see: Titan (The After Years)

Titan appears as a boss twice in the game, 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.

Final Fantasy V

FFV Titan
For the boss, see Titan (Final Fantasy V)

Titan is a Level 3 Summon for the Summoner job class. It attacks the party inside the Karnak Meteor and becomes usable as a Summon once defeated.

Final Fantasy VII

See the Summon sequence here

The Titan Materia can be found in the destroyed Gongaga Mako Reactor. It casts Anger of the Land for 46 MP.

Titan in Final Fantasy VII

Level -- AP Needed

  • Level 1 -- 0
  • Level 2 -- 15000
  • Level 3 -- 30000
  • Level 4 -- 60000
  • MASTER -- 80000

Stat Changes

  • Magic +1
  • Maximum HP -2%
  • Maximum MP +2%

Before Crisis -Final Fantasy VII-

Titan can be summoned in battle using the appropiate Materia in this game.

Final Fantasy IX

Titan appears alongside the Eidolon Fenrir when the latter is summoned with a Sapphire equipped on Eiko. Terrestrial Rage deals earth-Elemental damage to all opponents. Although Titan's name is not actually mentioned in-game, it is revealed in the Japanese-exclusive Final Fantasy IX Artbook.

Final Fantasy XI

Titan of Final Fantasy XI

Titan appears in Final Fantasy XI as one of the 6 prime avatars. Titan represents earth and his quest starts in Bastok, the human city notable for its mining industry. Perhaps the most loved ability Titan has in Final Fantasy XI is the ability to give Stoneskin to all members of the party, which grants them protection from physical damage for a short time or a certain amount of damage has been absorbed, but he also does come with a notable variety of earth aligned spells and attacks as one would expect.

Abilities

Level Name MP Effect
1 Earthen Fury All Massive Earth Damage - Two-hour
1 Rock Throw 10 Ranged Physical Attack Weapon skill
10 Stone II 24 Earth-based Elemental Spell
21 Rock Buster 39 Physical attack that Binds the enemy.
35 Megalith Throw 62 Ranged Physical Attack Weapon skill plus a Slow (Status) effect.
46 Earthen Ward 99 Gives the entire party the effect of Stoneskin
60 Stone IV 118 Earth-based Elemental Spell dealing damage
70 Mountain Buster 164 Single-hit, Strong Stone-Elemental Weapon skill with a Bind effect
75 Geocrush 182 (Merit) Earth-based Elemental Spell dealing massive damage and stuns target
Favor Titan's Favor -- Increases Defense of all party members in range

Final Fantasy XII: Revenant Wings

"The ground trembles at his approach."
—In-Game Description
Main article: Titan (Revenant Wings)

Titan is the rank 3 Earth Physical summon. His regular attack is Landslide, while his special attack, Gaia's Wrath, deals heavy Earth damage to all surrounding enemies.

Final Fantasy XIII

The fal'cie Titan.

A fal'Cie who goes by the name of Titan appears, although not summoned like the rest of the Titans, it watches over Gran Pulse. It is tremendous in size, easily dwarfing other fal'Cies in the game and being able to eat the giant Adamantaimais as if they were small morsels. It's part of a group of missions called "Trials of the fal'Cie Titan".

Final Fantasy Tactics

Titan is learnable for 220 JP by the Summoner job. 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!"

Dissidia Final Fantasy

Titan being summoned

Titan appears as a summon. When summoned, for a short time after he triples the summoner's Brave 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.

Final Fantasy: Unlimited

Titan in Final Fantasy: Unlimited

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!"

Other Appearances

Chocobo's Mysterious Dungeon

Titan appears in Chocobo's Mysterious Dungeon.

Chocobo's Mysterious Dungeon 2

Titan appears in Chocobo's Mysterious Dungeon 2.

Final Fantasy Fables: Chocobo Tales

Titan appears in Final Fantasy Fables: Chocobo Tales as six cards and in the tale Titan and the Beanstalk. His cards are wood element.

Titan
#043 * Green
None Attack None None
Gaia's Wrath
Crystal Ability (**)

Deal 4 damage.

Color Boost

Strength is doubled if opponent's card is green.

Titan
#044 * Green
None Attack Defend None
Boulder Toss
Deal 3 damage.

CP Crush

Destroy 2 of opponent's * crystals.

Titan
#045 * Green
None Attack None Defend
Earthen Fist
Crystal Ability (*)

Deal 5 damage.


Titan
#046 *** Green
None Attack None Defend
Earthen Fist+
Crystal Ability (**)

Deal 7 damage.

Titan
#047 ** Green
None Attack Defend None
Fissure
Crystal Ability (***)

Deal 1 damage for each *,* in your CP gauge.

Titan
#048 *** Green
None Attack None None
Fissure
Crystal Ability (***)

Zone Boost

Deal 4 damage for each unmarked zone on oppenent's card.


Itadaki Street Portable

Titan appears in Dragon Quest & Final Fantasy in Itadaki Street Portable.

Etymology

The 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, eg light, ocean, memory etc.


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Guild Wars

Up to date as of February 01, 2010

From GuildWiki


Warning: The following text contains spoilers relating to the plot of Prophecies.


Effigy of a Titan found north of the Wall in pre-searing Ascalon
Burning Effigy of a Titan found just outside Nolani Academy


The Titans are a powerful and ancient race of destructive creatures, nearly as old as the Forgotten. They are spirit-like in their true form, but manifest in the most dominant aspect of their surroundings. They are locked behind the Door of Komalie on the Ring of Fire Islands. The Titans submit to the wielder of the Scepter of Orr.

It appears that the Titans once walked the surface of Tyria prior to the events of the present day in the game. In particular, the Charr are aware of the existence of the Titans, and worship them as gods. In several points in the game, the Charr can be seen building effigies of Titans, for worship or to instill fear in the humans of Ascalon. The game manual that came with Guild Wars Prophecies also says:

"Whenever a large Charr warband travels anywhere, they take with them a bronze brazier, lit at a Flame Temple by the Sacred Flame. These braziers are placed upon palanquins, which are then carried from location to location by four Charr Flame Carriers. Each night when they make camp, the Flame Carriers erect a flammable effigy in the shape of one of their gods."

Such effigies can be seen, for example, north of The Great Northern Wall pre-Searing, and outside the front gate of the Nolani Academy during that mission. (see images) After the Titans are loosed upon Tyria, in the Titan Quests, the Charr take up active worship and servitude of the living Titans. In the quest The Last Day Dawns, the Ascalons expect the Charr to stand up to the Titans, but they just begin worshipping them and fighting alongside them.


Warning: The following text contains spoilers relating to the plot of Nightfall.


At least some Titans are followers of Abaddon who dwell within the Realm of Torment.

In one of the Realm of Torment quests, (A Flickering Flame) it is revealed that the Charr have somehow been deceived by Titans who took advantage of an old Charr prophecy to be considered as their gods.

It is later stated by a Forgotten NPC that Titans are twisted souls. The meaning of this is not known.

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Fighting Titans

Players should be careful when engaging Titans, as fighting Titans requires resilience and patience. Upon slaying a Titan it will spawn lesser creatures and upon slaying them, they will spawn even more. Fighting a single Titan could take several minutes just to kill it and all its spawns.

There are four major types of Titans in the game right now, each type spawns different creatures. This is a hierarchy of Titans and their spawns:

Prophecies Campaign

Fire Titans

Warrior28 Burning Titan

Elementalist28 Armageddon Lord

Elementalist28 Spark of the Titans2

Ice Titans3

Earth & Plant Titans3

Elementalist28 Frost Titan

Necromancer28 Rotting Titan2

  1. In normal mode the Risen Ashen Hulks and Hands and Fists of the Titans that are spawned from slain titans are nearly always level 28.
  2. These Titans are fleshy creatures.
  3. Ice, Earth and Plant Titans only appear during quests.

Nightfall Campaign

Realm of Torment Titans

Domain of Anguish Titans

  1. Pain Titans spawn 2 Madness Titans when they die.
  2. Rage Titans spawn 2 Dementia Titans when they die.
  3. Despair Titans spawn 2 Fury Titans when they die.

For a full list of Titans in the game, see category:Titans.

Notes

  • Titans spawned from other slain titans do not drop any loot.
  • In the same way as with demons summoned with Call to the Torment, Titans which have risen from the bodies of other titans are not considered part of any party, and may be aggroed and pulled individually.
  • Although they are all the same type of creature from a lore perspective, from a game mechanics perspective, Titans have no family, and are divided into at least three armies. Titans which appear in Prophecies are in one or more armies, Nightfall-exclusive Titans outside the Domain of Anguish belong to a second army, and Titans in the Domain of Anguish share an army with all other hostile Domain of Anguish creatures.

Trivia

  • Many Titan bosses have Latin names.
  • The spawning ability of the Titans may be inspired by monsters born from shed blood or severed limbs in many mythological sources, such as the Gigantes of Greek mythology who were born from the blood of Ouranos as it fell on the earth.
  • Many Titans bear a strong resemblance to other creatures, Risen Ashen Hulks, Pain Titans, Rage Titans and Despair Titans resemble Tyrian Tree creatures and the Spirits summoned by Nature Rituals, Hands and Fists of the Titans resemble Tyrian elementals, as do Fury Titans, Sparks of the Titans resemble Imps, Icy Brutes and Dark Titans resemble Grasping Ghouls and Grasps of Insanity, Titan's Malices and Hearts resemble Stalkers and Madness and Dementia Titans resemble Rollerbeetles.
  • It is implied that the Titans are either infused or naturally resistant to Spectral Agony like the Eidolons, as they easily slay the Mursaat off-screen.
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Halo

Up to date as of February 08, 2010
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Intended HUD design.
"Ensemble has been wanting to make an MMO for a long time. That was in production for a long time. The Halo IP was a great IP to launch an MMO with. Microsoft... hasn't had the best track record with those.
And we worked on it for a long time--we had staffed up an almost-40 person team. And then there was some reorganization at Microsoft, and the new bosses thought it wasn't the best idea anymore. It had actually been green-lit, and then it got canceled after that.
"
—Graeme Devine

At one point during the development of Halo Wars by Ensemble Studios, another three teams worked on other projects. One of these was the "Untitled Halo MMO", which seems to have been codenamed Titan or Orion.

Overview

While concept art was produced, and Bungie planned to work with Ensemble Studios on the game, the other non-Halo Wars related teams were disbanded to focus on the RTS instead. It is currently abandoned, in favour of Halo Wars.[1]

The details of the game remain unknown though the concept art shows various new additions to the franchise such as the Sentients, Runner-class Transport, Aardvark, Diggerz, Grackle, Jaggmaw Sawtail, Rhino, Psion and Rogue. [2]

Gallery

Sources

  1. http://www.gamasutra.com/php-bin/news_index.php?story=20153
  2. Concept Art
Halo Games
Halo Trilogy Halo: Combat EvolvedHalo 2Halo 3
Other Halo Games Halo WarsHalo 3: ODSTHalo: Reach
PC/Mac Halo PCHalo 2 Vista
Cancelled Titles Halo ChroniclesHalo MMOHalo DS

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eWrestling

Up to date as of February 01, 2010

From the eWrestling Encyclopedia.

Titan
[[Image:|px|Image of Titan]]
Statistics
Real name
Ring Names {{{names}}}
Height 6'4"
Weight 250 lbs.
Date of birth July 1978
Place of birth Flint, Michigan
Date of death
Place of death
Resides Flint, Michigan
Billed from Detroit, Michigan
Trainer CCW PowerPlant
Current
federation(s)
Christian Championship Wrestling
Previous
federation(s)
Handled by
Win/Loss Record {{{winloss_record}}}
Debut June 25, 2006
Retired {{{retired}}}

Titan (born July of 1978 in Flint, Michigan) is an American professional wrestler performing for Christian Championship Wrestling, where he is the co-Tag Team Champion with Nitro.

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Career

CCW

Titan is the second batch of wrestlers to the newly created federation Christian Championship Wrestling. Titan surprised everyone by winning the CCW Tag Team Titles with Nitro on their first night of wrestling compentition.

Championships and accomplishments

  • 1-time Tag Team Champions (current - with Nitro)

Championship Succession

CCW Tag Team Champion
Preceded by:
Vacant
First with Nitro Succeeded by:
Current



Also See


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Marvel Database

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From Marvel Database

This is the Titan disambiguation page.

A = Appearances · I = Images · G = Gallery · F = Fan Art · Q = Quotes

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Runescape

Up to date as of February 07, 2010

From the RuneScape Wiki, the wiki for all things RuneScape

The nine titans of the Summoning skill.

Titan can refer to any of the following summoning familiars:

It can also refer to:

This is a disambiguation page, distinguishing subjects with similar names.
If an internal link led you here, you may wish to change the link to point directly to the intended article.

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ST Expanded

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Titan (or Saturn VI) is the largest moon of Saturn and the second largest moon in the Sol system, after Jupiter's moon Ganymede. It is roughly 50% larger than Earth's moon by diameter, and is larger by diameter and mass than all known dwarf planets. It is also larger by diameter than the planet Mercury, though Mercury is more than twice as massive.

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Astronomical Data

Location

Names

  • Titan
  • Saturn VI
  • Sol VI-F

Statistics

  • Primary: Sol
  • Planet: Saturn
  • Class: Class M (terraformed)
  • Diameter: 5,150 km
  • Mass: 1.345×1023 kg
  • Surface Gravity: 0.14 g (original); .9 g (terraformed)
  • Distance from Earth: 384'000 Km
  • Surface Temperature: −179 °C (original mean); temperate class-M standard (terraformed)
  • Rotational Period: Synchronus
  • Orbital Period (around Saturn): 15.94542 days

Further Information

Geographical

Locations

Titan residents

External links


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Starwars

Up to date as of February 04, 2010

From Wookieepedia, the Star Wars wiki.

This article is about the Imperial-class star destroyer. You may be looking for other uses of the word.
Titan
Production information
Manufacturer

Kuat Drive Yards

Class

Imperial I-class Star Destroyer

Length

1,600 meters

Complement

TIE/ln starfighters

Usage
Era(s)

Rebellion era

Present for battles/events

Fourth Battle of Mobetta

Affiliation

Galactic Empire

The Titan was an Imperial I-class Star Destroyer active during the Galactic Civil War.

In 3 ABY it was part of Task Force Vengeance when it was tasked with retrieving the Interdictor Compellor together with the ISD Juggernaut. Witnessing the destruction of the Compellor, Titan joined the Juggernaut's unsuccessful attack on the Airam X7 factory Gallofree.

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Appearances

  • Star Wars: X-wing vs. TIE Fighter: Balance of Power

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Transformers

Up to date as of February 05, 2010

From Teletraan I: The Transformers Wiki

This article is about the moon. For the publisher, see Titan Books.

Titan is a moon of the planet Saturn. It is also the planet's largest moon and has a very dense atmosphere.

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Fiction

The Transformers cartoon

Titan was home to a race of blue-skinned humanoids whose society was dominated by a caste of corrupt astrologer priests (led by Jero) that used a false "sky god" (actually a statue with movable arms) to frighten the masses into submission. Astrotrain arrived on Titan and declared himself a god, with the intention of forcing the Titanians to mine energy crystals on the Decepticons' behalf. Several Autobots showed up and defeated Astrotrain and the astrologer priests who had aligned themselves with him, leaving the rebel leader Talaria to begin building a more enlightened society. The God Gambit

Later, the moon was terraformed (no mention of what happened to the natives). It then became home to a secret Quintesson base. Three of the Technobots flew to investigate, but were shot down by Abominus and crashed on its surface. Their comrades eventually rescued them; repaired, the team defeated the Terrorcons and compelled the Quints to flee. Money is Everything

Zone

Metrotitan was built on Titan.

Trivia

  • Tragically, no Teen Titans.

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Yugioh

Up to date as of February 05, 2010

From Yu-Gi-Oh!

Titan

Titan

Kanji

タイタン

Rōmaji

Taitan

English

Titan

Alternate names

The Shadow Duelist

Debut (Anime)

Yu-Gi-Oh! GX - Episode 005

Appears in

Anime

Gender

Male

Deck(s)

Archfiends/Bullfighting

Seiyū (Japanese)
Voice actor(s) (English)
Linework
Titan「タイタン」(Taitan) is a hit man originally hired by Crowler to deal with Jaden. He captures Alexis and forces Jaden to duel for her life. Despite his reputation of possessing the power of a Millennium Item, it is in fact a fake Millennium Puzzle, and Titan uses various tricks to mimic a Shadow Game. He becomes the victim of a real shadow duel, however, and is dragged into the Shadow Realm, but is saved by Kagemaru under the condition that he will serve as the sixth of the Shadow Riders, wearing a Shadow Charm mask to bind him to the real world. Taking advantage of Alexis' desire to restore her brother's memories, Titan challenges her in the abandoned dorm where they first met. Following his defeat, his soul is pulled back into the pits of darkness.

He is voiced by Norio Wakamoto in the Japanese version and Eric Stuart in the dub. The dub also states that Titan used to work as a Carny, an aspect not present in the original version.

Deck

Titan plays an Archfiend (Demon) Deck, composed largely of monsters based off Chess Pieces, in his first encounter with Jaden, and uses Bullfighting (Spanish) Fiend cards in his duel with Alexis.

Record
Opponent Outcome
Unnamed Duelist Win
Jaden Yuki Lose
Archfiend Deck
Record
Opponent Outcome
Alexis Rhodes Lose
Bullfighting Fiend Deck


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Gender Male  +

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