A huge hulk of a summon that controls the powers of the very Earth you walk on. Titan has the power to rip the ground from underneath you, sending out massive earthquakes or throwing huge rocks at your opponents. If that doesn’t work however, he is not afraid to get his hands dirty and just punch the enemy straight in the face.
This hulk of a Summon first came into the franchise back in Final Fantasy I as a generic enemy to the warriors of light. In later iterations he would become both a boss fight as well as an ally who can use his attack, known as Gaia’s Wrath, to deal Earth damage to multiple opponents. Later versions had the character keep this move as well as keep his Greek god appearance. This was recently switched up however in Final Fantasy XIV where you would have to do battle with Titan in a challenging group battle. Summoner classes are also able to summon this character as an ally to fight beside them in battle which gives a lot of defensive properties to the player as well as assisting in dealing Earth damage.
According to developers, Titan was originally going to star in Episode Duscae alongside Ramuh. But this decision was quickly changed as the character is apparently a very integral part of the game’s storyline. He still features as a useable summon though, using Gaia’s Wrath in a multitude of different ways. He can throw boulders, punch the enemies directly or simply arrive and give up if he feels as if you are more than capable for the task.
How to get and summon Titan
To be able to summon and use Titan, you’ll gain access to him as part of the main story which is slightly different to Carbuncle as we mentioned above. He is the first of the summons in Final Fantasy XV to join you in battle which you’ll see from a bog battle in Chapter 4.
Titan does have some caveats to summon him and most of all it is space. He will show up in areas which have a lot of open land, so you’ll be able to summon him in the overworld but not in places such as fields because he likes to stretch his legs. He’ll also most likely come to you aid when more of you party members are downed. So if you are in a space which he will appear in and your party is on its last legs, Titan will most likely be the summon to show up and help.
When he does he will use one of two moves, he can either punch the ground or send a huge boulder aimed at the enemies you are trying to finish off.
To summon him, just wait for the summon promot from Titan to appear and press L2 or Left Trigger depending on the console you are playing on.