- Titus, King of the Gods refers to Titan Andronicus which may be Shakespeare's earliest tragedy; it is believed to have been written in the early 1590s. It depicts a Roman general who is engaged in a cycle of revenge with his enemy Tamora, the Queen of the Goths.
- The four King of Gods is in reference to tragedies that Shakespeare wrote.
|"King of Gods"|
|Civilization(s):||Fire / Nature|
|Race:||God / Origin|
|Effect:|| ■ Double Breaker
■ This creature cannot be blocked or attacked by Light creatures.
■ This creature cannot be blocked or attacked by Dark creatures.
- If all four of the gods link in the same turn, it becomes instead a 18000 quattro breaker creature that cannot be blocked or attacked by light or dark creatures, puts a God from your mana zone into the battle zone, destroys 2 creatures with power 2000 or less, and puts 2 cards from the top of your deck into your mana zone.
|Titus, King of the Gods|
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