I removed the following five Titans from the list:
As far as I can tell, none of them have been seen or mentioned in any of the programs. There is a Phoebe and a couple of Rheas, but none of them were Titans. If I'm incorrect and someone listed off these Titans somewhere, then feel free to add it back in. Tim Thomason 19:01, 18 July 2009 (UTC)
Is Themis considered a Titan or Olympian in the Franchise? I've forgotten.
- Kronos, King of the Titans. Titan god of time.
- Rhea, Queen of the Titans.
- Oceanus, Titan god of the Oceans.
- Tethys, Titan goddess of the world's rivers.
- Theia, Titan goddess of sight and shining light.
- Hyperion, the sun Titan god.
- Helios, the embodiment of the sun itself.
- Crius, Titan god of Constellations.
- Mnemosyne, Titan goddess of Memory.
- Atlas, Greatest of the Titans. Titan god of astronomy and navigation.
- Prometheus, Titan god of humanity.
Out of the thirteen Titans listed: Rhea, Tethys, Theia and Mnemosyne are definitely considered daughters of Gaea with Uranus as their father. Likewise Kronos, Oceanus, Hyperion and Crius are definitely considered sons of Uranus and Gaea. Helios is the son of Hyperion and Theia, therefore a grandson of Gaea and Uranus. That covers nine so far. My question is:
Atlas was the son of the Titan Iapetus and the Oceanid Asia or Klymene according to Hesiod's Theogony (507-11).
However Hyginus emphasises the primordial nature of Atlas by making him the son of Aether and Gaia.
So the question is: Who are Atlas's parents in the Xenaverse?
Likewise with Prometheus: According to "The Athenian Tradition of Prometheus" credited to Aeschylus and Plato, Gaea was his mother. However Prometheus is the brother of Atlas, so that would make Aether his father. Or are they both sons of Iapetus with either Asia or Klymene?