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|Other Names||The Horned God|
|Parentage||Ashra and Vuh|
|Children||Throff; Galana; Hamaskis|
|Affiliations||Gods of Earth and Mind; Celestial Court|
|Holy Day||27th Locking (1st New Year)|
- For other uses of Titan, see Titan
Titan is the elder statesman of the gods and is revered as Lord of the Celestial Court and therefore he is foremost of the Greater Gods. Among those who believe in the Primal Deities of Arn, Vuh and Elim it is believed that Titan is among that family of younger gods to have been created by Ashra and Vuh. This family is sometimes referred to as the Gods of Earth and Mind.
Creation of the World of TitanEdit
One of the most well known myths concerns the creation of the world of Titan. It is said that Titan's daughters, Galana and Throff, discovered the Magical Clay in the gardens of the gods. They presented this to their father who divided the clay up. With the greater part he fashioned the world of Titan, saving the rest to fashion the flora and fauna of the world. Titan handed out the remainder of the clay to the various gods of the Celestial Court to make what they would. After Logaan had created Mankind, into which he had placed a piece of himself, Titan was one of the gods who noted that Logaan had enhanced the clay with his own divine essence. Titan saw the benefits of this approach and did the same thing when he created the Giants, imbued with some of his strength.
He is brother to Sindla and thought by many religions to be the husband of Glantanka. He has many children, the most prominent of which are Throff, Galana and Hamaskis (who is believed by some to actually be his brother).
Worship and Variations across TitanEdit
Surprisingly Titan is not worshipped as a Patron Deity in any land, nor are there many temples to him alone. However, priests of every deity offer up prayers to Titan as well as their own deity and most have at least one day set aside to worship him alone.
- ↑ The Fighting Fantasy 10th Anniversary Yearbook - p. 222
- ↑ Titan - The Fighting Fantasy World - p.??/??
- ↑ Non-canon