- For other uses of "Titan," see Titan (disambiguation).
Our world is changing. The mass extinction we feared has already begun, and we are the cause. We are the infection. But like all living organisms, the Earth has unleashed a fever to fight this infection. Its original and rightful rulers, the Titans. For thousands of years, these creatures have remained in hiding around the world. And unless all the Titans are found, our planet will perish, and so will we. They are the only guarantee that life will carry on.
Titans (怪獣 are ancient gigantic creatures studied by the organization known as Kaijū, lit. Monsters)Monarch. While Monarch initially designates any such creatures it studies as Massive Unidentified Terrestrial Organisms, once they are formally identified they are then classified as Titans and given a scientific name under the genus Titanus.
Although Titans come in many forms, they all sustain themselves on radiation and emit a form of radiation that has restorative effects on ecosystems. Titans follow a hierarchy led by an "alpha" who earns their place by defeating the previous alpha in combat. By 2019, Monarch had discovered nineteen Titans across the globe, the majority of which were found in a state of deep hibernation. Monarch also discovered evidence that Titans and humans coexisted in ancient times, with the Titans worshiped as gods and serving as inspiration for many mythological monsters. The dormant Titans were then awakened by the extraterrestrial King Ghidorah, who established himself as the alpha Titan until he was killed by Godzilla. Under Godzilla's rule, the Titans returned to their natural habitats, healing the damage to ecosystems caused by human activity, while Godzilla himself prevented them from attacking human cities. Many Titans also began to converge on Skull Island for reasons yet to be determined.
- King Kong
- MUTO Prime
- King Ghidorah
- Yamata no Orochi
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