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Hugo Kupka and Titan

"Titan Lost" is a boss theme in Final Fantasy XVI. It was composed and arranged by Masayoshi Soken, with lyrics written by Michael-Christopher Koji Fox. The vocals were performed by Soken and Koji.

The track has the leitmotif that is associated with Titan and its Dominant Hugo Kupka, and is a recurring theme in a number of other tracks in the game.

Lyrics[]

The official lyrics for "Titan Lost" were first released via Square Enix Music's Twitter account.[1] The official lyrics for both "Titan Lost" and "Heart of Stone" were released on the Final Fantasy XVI Original Soundtrack.

Titan Lost[]

An anvil from the heavens cast
Tumbling hard and tumbling fast
Round granite neck pours out threefold
A darkness begot in ages old
Sky black with rain
E'er against its weight do his shoulders strain
Rise, crownless king
Of a reckoning, the muses sing
A sickle forged of adamant
To sever the man from his hooded past
No more a slave to sorrow's gloom
In onychine eyes burn chthonic doom
Fury and rage
For the gods below we invoke by name
Buried in lies
From madness white the mountains rise
Soul flayed, spirit flown
Heart of stone!
Come one, claim the throne
Heart of stone!
Sins foul, unatoned
Heart of stone!
Eyes down, vengeance sown
Heart of stone!

Heart of Stone[]

Come one, claim the throne
Heart of stone!
An anvil from the heavens cast
Oh, rumbling hard and tumbling fast
Round granite neck pours out threefold
A darkness begot in ages old
And with its fall the earth she was rent
Asunder torn, the land, yes, she wept
Now in its wake yawned lightless abyss
Yon gaping maw his circumfix
A sickle forged of adamant
To sever man from his hooded past
No more a slave to sorrow's gloom
In onychine eyes burn chthonic doom
Vile choler coursing quick through his veins
His spirit adust does he bow to the pain
His madness swallowed 'neath ochre sands
Of pride long bereaved, forsaken he stands
Wrought from rock immortal
Marble, granite, opal
Gorging e'er on hatred
Ne'er his hunger sated
Fury and rage
Now the gods below, shall know thy name
Suffer this fate
From the crumbling walls no one can escape!
Sky black with rain
Still against its weight his shoulders strain
Rise, crownless king
For a reckoning soon shall begin
Soul flayed, spirit flown
Heart of stone!
Come one, claim the throne
Heart of stone!
Sins foul, unatoned
Heart of stone!
Eyes down, vengeance sown
Heart of stone!

Game appearances[]

Final Fantasy XVI[]

Titan Lost

Titan Lost

Titan from FFXVI artwork

Titan

"Titan Lost" is the theme that plays during the second half of the Eikon boss battle between Ifrit and Titan Lost. It is track 5 of disc 5 on the Final Fantasy XVI Original Soundtrack.

"Heart of Stone" is an arrangement by Yoshitaka Suzuki with lyrics written by Michael-Christopher Koji Fox. It plays during the second battle with Titan after Titan Lost. It is track 6 of disc 5 on the original soundtrack.

Theatrhythm Final Bar Line[]

"Titan Lost" appears as a Battle Music Stage in the Final Fantasy XVI DLC pack, released on November 1st, 2023.[2] It features a difficulty level of 2, 4, 9, and 13 for its Basic, Expert, Ultimate, and Supreme Scores, respectively.

The stage's visuals are modeled after the arena in the second phase of Clive's battle against Titan Lost.

Etymology[]

The Titans (οἱ Τῑτᾶνες, hoi Tītânes) were members of the second order of divine beings in Greek mythology. They were descendants of the primordial deities born from the Chaos, and they preceded the gods of Olympus, who went on to overthrow them.

Onychine is a Latin word and is the vocative masculine singular form of onychinus which means "onyx marble" (relational) or "onyx-marble-colored". Onychinus is borrowed from the Ancient Greek word ὀνύχινος (onúkhinos) which means "made of onyx" or "of the color of onyx". Onyx is a banded variety of chalcedony. Agate and onyx are both varieties of layered chalcedony that differ only in the form of the bands: agate has curved bands and onyx has parallel bands. The colors of its bands range from white to almost every color (save some shades, such as purple or blue). Commonly, specimens of onyx contain bands of black and/or white. Onyx comes from Latin of the same spelling, which comes from the Ancient Greek ὄνυξ (ónux) that means "claw" or "nail".

The word chthonic or chthonian means "subterranean", and is used to describe deities of the underworld, or monstrous beings of primordial chaos, especially in the Ancient Greek religion. It is derived from the Ancient Greek word χθών (khthṓn) which means "ground", "soil", or "earth".

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