After Ranorh created thirteen cruel demons that populated the world, the gods created the Titans to protect the world of Tirakan from them. The Titans are tangible to the people and beings of Tirakan, they walk the world. They have often been observed at action.
Ce-Nya is probably the most mysterious Titan. There are many rumors about her, and much is still completely unknown. No figure is associated with her, only the wolves, her servants, are very common. Ce-Nya commands death, sleep and oblivion and is the patron titan of thieves and rogues. Her temples are hidden and often not easy to recognize for strangers of the city.
Nilan is the Titan of Light, and people build him large, bright temples similar to those of Algor. Nilan is served by the winged serpents that are native to far out at sea and are rarely seen over land. Nilan is attributed to justice and the law, and is the patron titan of all paladins.
Jogran represents the ice and the winter. Jogran is said to have an ice palace far in the north, in a land inhabited by cruel great beings. There is also the origin of her servants, the unicorns. She commands the winter and the ice and is the guardian titan of the hunters.
Little is known of Gronar as well. Gronar serves the humus and the earth, and is considered a gentle titan, fond of humans. His servants are the giants, and although humans very rarely get to see them, there are probably more than one would think. Gronar commands life itself. and is the protector titan of the peasants.
The mighty Tador, protective titan of the miners, is the father of the stone. He commands the safety and protection. The servant beings of Tador are the mighty stone beings Tonarr and Astaron, who falls in battle against Telatoon in the year 722 EC. during the true storm of the hoof.
Ginae, the Titan of Water, was created by Chronar, and trapped the Morgalas forever in the depths of the Maw near the Jaar Plains. Ginae is considered to be extremely capricious and changeable in her actions in the world. She is the patron titan of seafarers and commands birth, re-creation and renewal.
After Ce-Nya, Dilae is the most mysterious of the Titans. She serves Nadal in the sense of magic, and her temples, like those of Nadal, are more like libraries than ceremonial Places. Their servants are probably the strangest beings found in the world. The bolts come in every conceivable guise and are unpredictable in their ways. Dilae commands magic and is the patron titan of the gifted.