Titans are ancient humanoid beings, brought into existence to balance the forces in the universe.
Most Titans are humanoid, but many possess extraneous limbs or deformities that assist them in combat.
Various shades of desaturated colors, based on their natural environment.
50-100 feet (15-30 meters)
100-200 tons (90-180 thousand kilograms)
Incredible physical strength, emphasis on limb and core utility. High tolerance for physical pain and impressive intelligence.
Some Titans possess additional limbs for mobility and combat. Others have extraneous joints for better limb utility. On rare occasion, Titans will be missing familiar humanoid features (e.g. hands, eyes).
Most Titans don minimal battle garb, but rarely with an interest in armor or protection. Most Titan apparel is meant to intimidate or influence.
Titans are incredibly strong and natural leaders in combat. They are able to enter and exist a stasis that allows them to survive in the void of space. While most Titans are able to leap impressively far, some are even able to exist the gravitational pull of many planets.
Despite their impressive intelligence, they are susceptible to the effects of Cosmic magic. They generally have a weakness to all forms of magic.
Titans' individual mutations are meant to be advantageous on their home planet. When on another planet, Titans may find themselves at great disadvantage in combat.
Titans follow many combat-related philosophies, which shape their leadership style early on. Titans are natural leaders, and when multiple Titans exist on a single planet, there is often ceremonial combat to determine the alpha.
Combat, physical strength, strength through numbers, and bloodthirstiness are just a few of the qualities of a great leader. All Titans live to be the ideal leader by their own philosophy, but great battles may ensue when these philosophies conflict with one another.
Titans have no temples or places of worship, and even basic shrines are ignored or discouraged.
Titans follow a hybrid dictatorship-plutocracy mindset, where the Titan and their strongest warriors are chosen as rulers. The Titan is always second to none, but does not discriminate based on the Class of their followers. Their method of ruling is influenced by their Clan.
Most Titans ignore technology as its a crutch for those who do not possess raw power. Some Titans have historically experimented with technological warfare via the help of Shadowy Supercoders.
Some Titans have adopted a currency system based on slain foes (i.e. skulls, ears, teeth, hearts), but most use a communal resource pool or bartering economy within their clan.
The twin Titan leaders ofand destroyed both planets in a legendary battle caused by conflicting ideals. The twins constantly battled with one another, eventually going their separate ways and establishing themselves on the two planets. Over time, they adopted diverging philosophies on death and suffering. The Titan of Droth believed that suffering was an honorable action, while dying was disrespectful. The Titan of Varth believed the opposite. Eventually, the Titan of Droth developed an incredibly powerful weapon, capable of destroying Varth itself - the ultimate act of disrespect and domination. Having caught wind of their impending destruction, the Titan of Varth enlisted an army of Whisperers to turn the weapon on the Tree of Droth instead. The Titan of Droth, under duress, destroyed the Tree, splitting the planet in two. One half of Droth was thrown into the void of space, while the other half was sent hurdling into Varth, destroying the planet. Neither Titan nor Tree survived conflict.