Titan of Time
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Sons Zeus
Daughters Hera
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Cronus - Cronus's character combines the roles of Cronus, the leader of the Titans, and Chronos, the personification of time.

In The SeriesEdit

Cronus was imprisoned since the Titanomachy in Tartarus by his son, Zeus. With the aligning of the planets on New Year's Eve, he is able to escape and exact revenge on Zeus and the Olympians, as well as take over the world. Having harbored such long-standing grudges, Cronus often has no trouble persuading his allies to take out their anger on the heroes' modern descendants. He also controls a number of giants, and has been known to form alliances with the old foes of the original heroes. As one of the most powerful immortals in existence, Cronus has numerous powers, including using his blood to create sea serpents, turning his minions into hairy six-legged anteater creatures, super healing, creating portals to escape through when he's cornered, shapeshifting, shooting red beams that induce unconsciousness, and creating duplicates of himself. As the god of time, he is able to reverse and speed up time, as well as move himself and others through time, and hold it at a standstill; time travel notably weakens his powers. It is notable that unlike the gods, Cronus does not rely on the tree of immortality to remain alive because he is a Titan and was present prior to the gods. He wields two golden (in mythology, adamantine) scythes that materialize out of thin air. To blend in with the modern world, Cronus dresses in a black business suit, but other than that, Cronus wears a black toga.

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