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For the headgear item, see Tiara.
Sakray's memory of Titania.
Gender Female
Job Class Princess
Race Norman
Family unknown king (father)
Friends Sakray (love interest)
First Appearance Volume 9 (Ragnarok)
Episode 14 (Ragnarok Online)

Titania is the princess of an unknown land and love interest of Sakray.

On iRO, this character is localized as Tiara.


SPOILER WARNING: Plot and/or ending details follow.

Princess Titania first met Sakray while reading a book underneath a tree on the outskirts of the kingdom. The two of them got along quickly, with Sakray even managing to show Titania how to blow a leaf to make noises. They eventually part ways and Titania doesn't see Sakray again until he is assigned to be her bodyguard.

Sakray guards Titania dutifully, escorting her everywhere she went. One night outside her quarters, Titania approaches the knight and confesses her love to him, which he returns in kind. The two of them keep their love a secret, only holding hands and being affectionate to one another when no one else is around. It's implied they made love to one another in secret.

One day, while the two of them were walking around the castle grounds, they encounter Titania's father the king talking to a well-dressed young man. The young man turns out to be a visiting prince who had traveled there to seek Titania's hand in marriage.

Later that night, Titania cries sorrowfully in her bedroom, lamenting the arranged marriage and the fact that she would no longer be able to spend time with Sakray anymore. Sakray comforts her as best he could and then leaves to goes on his rounds.

After Sakray is thrown into the dungeon, Titania is dragged out of bed to be tortured by the prince. She is forced to watch her father die and is impaled with spears. Despite the bad situation, Titania holds on to the hope that Sakray would come to rescue her.

As the princess nears death, Sakray finally comes armed with Tartanos. Upon realizing what it was that Sakray wielded, the prince summons thorny vines to wrap around Titania in order to convince Sakray to hand over the sword. When the sword retaliates against the prince, he tightens the vines around Titania, shredding her body to pieces and leaving only her head behind.[1]


  • 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.