"I shall never let my Titans fail me again. I swear it"

- Cronus Yam to the Titans III

The Titans is the name of two armies over a course of a thousand years that is considered one of the most powerful and largest since the revolutionary army. The Titans are divided between their first original tribal group and the current reestablishment. 


Titans I

The first Titans are considered the original ones and initially an ancient civilization. They were the descendants of Caelus and Tellus, the ones who bore the first generation of the Titans, one eyed guardians, and an ancient giant. The children were six male: Cronus, Oceanus, Hyperion, Coeus,  Krios, and Japetus, and six females: Mnemosyne, Tethys, Theia, Phoebe, Rhea, and Themus. Caelus was an extremely brutal and unjust father and wife to Tellus and their children. He abused his wife terribly because of the children she produced. In retaliation, Tellus asked her children to fight Uranus, which failed and punished them all to a painful torment in a deep pit in the ocean, Tartarus. They spent six months within the pit to which Tellus created a sickle and asked Cronus to fight against Caelus. He escaped the pit, discovered his father, and beaten him. He initially castrates him and threw his remains into the ocean. He returns and sets his brothers, sisters, and mother from Tartarus and rellocated to a mountanous island to which they renamed Othrys. Just as worse as his father had been, he was marred by tyrrany and corruption as he expanded his influence and dominance over thirty islands.

Titans II and Zeus

THe Titans II was the succeeding generation during Cronus' reign of terror. Oceanus bore Oceanids and Potamoi, Hyperion bore Helios, Selene, and Eos, Coeus bore Lelantos, Leto, and Asteria, Japetus bore Atlas, Prometheus, Epimetheus, and Menoetius, and Krios bore Astraeus, Pallas, and Perses. He was then met by an opponent that rebelled against his iron rule named Zeus, a strong leader and warrior under the banner of the Olympians, one of the many tribes enslaved to Cronus. He demanded that he withdrew his troops and beasts from the island or be killed. Cronus rubs it off as a foolsih joke till Zeus demonstrated his lightning ability and shocked the oceans around him. Cronus refused this and fights Zeus, only to finf that he couldn't beat him. It then occured that it led to the consequental Duel of the Supreme Being, or known as the Titan-Olympian Struggle. 

The Duel of the Supreme Being 

War raged between Cronus' Titans and Zeus' Olympian warriors. It was 


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