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16th Jun '18 10:36:57 AM BackSet1
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[[JustForFun/IThoughtItMeant Is not related to different versions of the ComicBook/TeenTitans.]]
7th Apr '18 10:56:10 AM BattleMaster
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* Titans in ''Comicbook/TheTransformersRobotsInDisguise'' are the largest of all Cybertronians. In robot mode, they stand multiple miles tall, while their alt-modes are actual cities. Metroplex functions as the capital city for Cybertron, while Metrotitan is Autobot City on Earth. They're also ShroudedInMyth, playing heavily into Cybertronian religious religion and [[TimeAbyss so old]] that not even Alpha Trion, one of the original Thirteen Primes, knows their true origin.
6th Apr '18 2:35:57 PM BattleMaster
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* In the ''Franchise/DragonAge'' setting, there are stories about mysterious, possibly mythical beings called Titans that live underground. As it turns out, [[spoiler: the Titans have most of the usual titan traits; they're the largest and possibly the most powerful beings in the setting, they're extremely old, and they were defeated in a war similar to the Titanomachy.]] What sets them apart from many other examples is that [[spoiler: they seem to have a symbiotic relationship with dwarves, which live in cities inside of them and are linked to their Titans and each other through some kind of HiveMind.]]

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* In the ''Franchise/DragonAge'' setting, there are stories about mysterious, possibly mythical beings called Titans that live underground. As it turns out, [[spoiler: the Titans have most of the usual titan traits; they're the largest and possibly the most powerful beings in the setting, they're extremely old, and they were defeated in a war similar to the Titanomachy.]] What sets them apart from many other examples is that [[spoiler: they seem to have a symbiotic relationship with dwarves, which live in cities inside of them and are linked to their Titans and each other through some kind of HiveMind. It also is revealed that Lyrium is their blood.]]
5th Apr '18 4:01:06 AM VVK
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* In ''VideoGame/{{Warcraft}}'' Titans are a race of {{Magitek}}-using demi-gods who have the self-imposed duty of bringing order to the cosmos. They travel from world to world, terraforming them and populating them with seed races, usually golems or mechanical in nature though they were corrupted by the Old Gods to be made of flesh. After their work is done they depart for new worlds, leaving behind Watchers to maintain any facilities. [[spoiler:At least, that was how it was until their strongest champion [[TheParagon Sargeras]] [[GoMadFromTheRevelation went crazy after he had to kill an unborn Titan to prevent a greater threat and the others shunned him for it]], then started a universe-destroying crusade to destroy everything his kind built [[WellIntentionedExtremist to (in his mind) save the universe from said greater threat]]...and ended up killing all of them when they tried to stop him]].
** Despite their name, the Titans actually resemble SufficientlyAdvancedAliens or {{Precursors}} more than any kind of God or Titan. Therefore, they'll be more at home in a Sci-Fi Space Opera then in High Fantasy. [[WildMassGuessing Consider]] that ''Warcraft'' and ''VideoGame/StarCraft'' share the same core writer...[[note]] Also consider how both the Titans and the [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Races_of_StarCraft#Xel.27Naga Xel'naga]] from Starcraft have the same function within their universes...[[/note]]
** The Old Gods fit closer to this trope, chaotic beings who sowed the first forms of life on Azeorth, controlled the elements, and were eventually defeated by a new pantheon. Though defeated the Old Gods are not gone and have been working to undermine the work of the Titans and reclaim Azeroth for themselves.

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* In ''VideoGame/{{Warcraft}}'' Titans are a race of {{Magitek}}-using demi-gods who have the self-imposed duty of bringing order to the cosmos. They travel from world to world, terraforming them and populating them with seed races, usually golems or mechanical in nature though they were corrupted by the Old Gods to be made of flesh. After their work is done they depart for new worlds, leaving behind Watchers to maintain any facilities. [[spoiler:At least, that was how it was until their strongest champion [[TheParagon Sargeras]] [[GoMadFromTheRevelation went crazy after he had to kill an unborn Titan to prevent a greater threat and the others shunned him for it]], then started a universe-destroying crusade to destroy everything his kind built [[WellIntentionedExtremist to (in his mind) save the universe from said greater threat]]... and ended up killing all of them when they tried to stop him]].
** Despite their name, A later {{retcon}} makes the Titans actually resemble SufficientlyAdvancedAliens or {{Precursors}} more than any kind of God or Titan. Therefore, they'll be more at home in a Sci-Fi Space Opera then in High Fantasy. [[WildMassGuessing Consider]] even bigger: they start out as ensouled planets that ''Warcraft'' and ''VideoGame/StarCraft'' share turn into humanoids of the same core writer...[[note]] Also consider how both the Titans and the [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Races_of_StarCraft#Xel.27Naga Xel'naga]] from Starcraft size when they awaken. That's why they mostly have the same function within to use servants to fight their universes...[[/note]]
enemies on a planet -- for fear of breaking everything. According to ''World of Warcraft: Chronicle'' volume 2, the Titan Aggramar passed by Draenor at one point and noticed that all life on it was going to be choked out by the rampant, sentient plant life. To stop this, he needed to partially destroy the plants, so he created a servant much smaller then himself to fight them. It was made from the largest mountain on the planet. A great many of the giants and humanoids on the planet in later ages, including the orcs, were descendants of this being.
** The Old Gods are also somewhat of a fit closer to this trope, chaotic beings who sowed the first forms of life on Azeorth, controlled the elements, and were eventually defeated by a new pantheon. Though defeated the Old Gods are not gone and have been working to undermine the work of the Titans and reclaim Azeroth for themselves.
18th Feb '18 11:36:31 AM nombretomado
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-->-- '''Coach Boone''', ''RememberTheTitans''

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-->-- '''Coach Boone''', ''RememberTheTitans''
''Film/RememberTheTitans''
4th Feb '18 1:35:37 AM WillBGood
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* In ''TabletopGame/DungeonsAndDragons'', [[http://www.dandwiki.com/wiki/SRD:Titan titans]] are a race of [[OurSpiritsAreDifferent outsiders]] (creatures native to the outer planes) who happen to be about 25 feet tall, so they're not only ''celestial'' giants, they are taller than the tallest "normal" giants. Every aspect of them is [[PerfectLifeForm perfect]]. In addition, they can cast powerful spells and speak several languages as standard abilities for the race. At a starting CR of 21, a titan with no other skills is equal to an epic-level PlayerCharacter in battle. In contrast to their usual portrayals, they're also (slightly) weaker than the gods and act as their servants. They are traditionally ChaoticGood and live on the plane of Arborea (also known as Olympus), though the Greek titans (Cronus, et al) are imprisoned in Carceri (Tartarus).

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* In ''TabletopGame/DungeonsAndDragons'', [[http://www.dandwiki.com/wiki/SRD:Titan titans]] are a race of [[OurSpiritsAreDifferent outsiders]] (creatures native to the outer planes) who happen to be about 25 feet tall, so they're not only ''celestial'' giants, they are taller than the tallest "normal" giants. Every aspect of them is [[PerfectLifeForm [[UltimateLifeForm perfect]]. In addition, they can cast powerful spells and speak several languages as standard abilities for the race. At a starting CR of 21, a titan with no other skills is equal to an epic-level PlayerCharacter in battle. In contrast to their usual portrayals, they're also (slightly) weaker than the gods and act as their servants. They are traditionally ChaoticGood and live on the plane of Arborea (also known as Olympus), though the Greek titans (Cronus, et al) are imprisoned in Carceri (Tartarus).
4th Jan '18 7:36:17 AM MurlocAggroB
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As learned in season 8, {{Regular show}} has the two titans tagging: [[spoiler:Pops and anti pops]] who fight every 14 billion years, and every fight so far has ended in a draw, resulting in the destruction and rebirth of the universe

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\n* As learned in season 8, {{Regular show}} ''WesternAnimation/RegularShow'' has the two titans tagging: [[spoiler:Pops and anti pops]] Anti Pops]], who fight every 14 billion years, and every years. Every fight so far has ended in a draw, resulting in the destruction and rebirth of the universe
universe.
2nd Dec '17 4:09:29 PM yankeeknickfan
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As learned in season 8, {{Regular show}} has the two titans tagging: [[spoiler:Pops and anti pops]] who fight every 14 billion years, and every fight so far has ended in a draw, resulting in the destruction and rebirth of the universe
27th Oct '17 9:01:59 PM tyouker
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* In the ''Franchise/DragonAge'' setting, there are stories about mysterious, possibly mythical beings called Titans that live underground. As it turns out, [[spoiler: the Titans have most of the usual titan traits; they're the largest and possibly the most powerful beings in the setting, they're extremely old, and they were defeated in a war similar to the Titanomachy.]] What sets them apart from many other examples is that [[spoiler: they seem to have a symbiotic relationship with dwarves, which live in cities inside of them and are linked to their Titans and each other through some kind of HiveMind.]]
23rd Oct '17 10:47:44 AM thatother1dude
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* In ''Disney/{{Hercules}}'', the Titans are AlwaysChaoticEvil [[ElementalEmbodiment elemental beings]] (and one {{Cyclops}}) imprisoned by [[TopGod Zeus]]. Hades' EvilPlan is to free them and use them to storm Mount Olympus and take over.
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* In ''Disney/{{Hercules}}'', the Titans are ChaoticEvil [[ElementalEmbodiment elemental beings]] imprisoned by [[TopGod Zeus]]. Hades' EvilPlan is to free them and use them to storm Mount Olympus and take over.
** The animated series has appearances by Prometheus and Atlas, who are more human-looking and considerably more benign, though Atlas is still a self-centered jerk.

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\n* In ''Disney/{{Hercules}}'', the Titans are ChaoticEvil [[ElementalEmbodiment elemental beings]] imprisoned by [[TopGod Zeus]]. Hades' EvilPlan is to free them and use them to storm Mount Olympus and take over.
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The ''WesternAnimation/{{Hercules}}'' animated series has appearances by Prometheus and Atlas, who are more human-looking and considerably more benign, benign than the AlwaysChaoticEvil Titans in the film, though Atlas is still a self-centered jerk.
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