Why? Why did you imprison us? Such boredom...such tedium have we suffered. It is unfair! Unfair! Come. Come and play with us...
Profile[edit | edit source]
Appearance[edit | edit source]
Titania is a large pixie with pale skin and pale blue eyes. They have their hair braided with pink flowers, and wear a purple dress that fades into lighter shades from the bottom up. They have blue wings with tips of purple and orange, and wield a light green flowery staff.
Personality[edit | edit source]
Although they are transformed into a lightwarden Titania still retains their playful personality, but with a sickened twist willing to harm those they encounter. When the Warrior of Light and Minfillia approach their castle, they send the two a terrifying vision as an invitation.
Story[edit | edit source]
Originally the King of the Pixies, their name actually a title, Titania was once the ruler of the various fae tribes and fought against the sin eaters. Titania ended up becoming a Lightwarden after striking down the previous one, yet retained their form and aspects of their personality due to their strong will. The fae folk were forced to seal Titania in the castle Lyhe Ghiah, the Scions of the Seventh Dawn collecting the four relics needed to enter it. The Warrior of Light defeats Titania, absorbing their light while restoring night to Il Mheg. Due to the nature of succession, Feo Ul decides to become the next Titania so the Warrior can remain mortal, and pledges the fae folk's support against Eulmore and the sin eaters.
Some time after Titania's defeat, a pixie named An Lad is born. An Lad seems to possess vague memories as Titania, and it is theorized that Titania's aether may have imprinted on An Lad during their birth, making An Lad a reincarnation of sorts of Titania.
Gameplay[edit | edit source]
Titania is fought in the The Dancing Plague trial during the Shadowbringers expansion. They can also be faced in Extreme difficulty.
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Etymology[edit | edit source]
Titania is a character in William Shakespeare's play A Midsummer Night's Dream. In the play, she is the queen of the fairies. Due to Shakespeare's influence, later fiction has often used the name "Titania" for fairy queen characters.