Titania being immortal has ruled the Realm of Eldritch and the kingdom of Etheria for aeons. Not long after the birth of her son Edgar, the child was kidnapped by the evil faerie Lolotte. Oberon and Titania searched the world for their baby, but finally they had to give up and turn their attentions back to their kingdom. They thought their only son was dead.
William Shakespeare once wrote about Titania in one his plays, Rosella once read a line from the book;
- You spotted snakes with double tongue,
- Thorny hedge-hogs, be not seen;
- Newts, and blind-worms, do no wrong;
- Come not near our fairy queen.
- Queen of the Faeries
- Queen of Faerie
- Queen of Etheria
Behind the scenesEdit
The fact that the Weaver of Dreams is Titania's brother is mentioned by the Weaver of Dreams in KQ7.
Titania is a character in William Shakespeare's 1595-96 play A Midsummer Night's Dream . In the play, she is the queen of the fairies. In traditional folklore, the fairy queen has no name. Shakespeare took the name "Titania" from Ovid's Metamorphoses, where it is an appellation given to the daughters of Titans. Titania is an epithet of the Roman goddess Diana. Diana was regularly portrayed as the ruler of the fairy kingdom in demonological literature, such as King James VI of Scotland's Daemonologie, which says that she belongs to "the fourth kind of spirits, which by the Gentiles [non-Jews] was called Diana and her wandering court, and amongst us is called Fairy (as I told you) or our good neighbours".
Titania appears in the fan games, see Titania (unofficial).
- ↑ KQ4, from A Midsummer Night's Dream