"Busy rebuilding, are they? How foolish to pretend they are safe, to think that closing some gate would mean the end of this... to forget that I'm still here."

-Kronos, talking about the Atlanteans

Kronos was the son of Oranos and Gaia. His wife and sister was Rhea, and his children were Hestia, Hades, Hera, Poseidon, Demeter, and Zeus. Kronos is the ruler of all Titans, having usurped control from his father, Oranos. He and the rest of the Titans were eventually imprisoned in Tartarus by Zeus. Some time after his imprisonment, Kronos somehow contacted Poseidon and manipulated his feelings of jealousy for his brother Zeus, using him in a plan to free him. Using Gargarensis, Kronos almost succeeded, but in the end he was ultimately stopped by Arkantos. After the Atlanteans lost their home, Kronos sent his minion, Kronny, to kill Krios and take his place. Then, he convinced the Atlanteans to worship the Titans and attack the Greeks, Egyptians, and Norse. Once again, he almost succeeded but was defeated when the son of Arkantos, Castor, unleashed the Titan Gaia and was once again imprisoned in Tartarus.


Kronos appears as a giant walking man made out of stone and glows purple.


Kronos' powers include being able to control time, although this wasn't shown in the game. He is also almost indestructible and the only person who can stop him is Gaia, his mother.


The TitanomachyEdit

Kronos and PoseidonEdit

Kronos' MinionsEdit

Kronos Almost SucceedsEdit

Kronos' New PlanEdit

"Well, it's their nature to be forgetful... Even their gods are absentminded- Zeus has forgotten about everyone he has locked away in Tartarus. It is time for all of us to remind him..."


The Atlanteans Are Under His ThumbEdit

"Go... do as I have told you... Make way for the Titans!"

-Kronos to Kronny.

Weakening the GodsEdit

Kronos Walks AgainEdit

Kronos is Imprisoned AgainEdit