Eve's Titan Building / Landmark in SanZera | World Anvil

Eve's Titan

"Even in the thick of the jungle, you know when you pass under her shadow. You know she can see you, even if you can't see her."
— A local describing the Titan's omniscient presence

Eve's Titan is the tallest known grounded monolith across the two continents. It soars a dizzying 22,000 feet from the ground, its shadow reaching a dark arm across miles of thick jungle. It has the cross section of an obtuse triangle. The longest side is just over 450 feet long, and faces southward.

The Titan has a solar Luminosity. It is so huge that it never loses its charge of Aura. Its veins throb an ember-like red throughout the night, pulsing like a heartbeat.

Despite the monolith's glass-like coating, stubborn plant-life still manages to find purchase. Thick vines, mosses, and even small trees crawl up the Titan's surface. The plants are eager to take advantage of the free sunlight above the jungle canopy, and so the battle for space on the monolith is constant. The highest a tree has managed to hold on is about 200 to 300 feet off the ground--hardly a speck on the monolith's surface when viewed from afar. The mosses and vines climb higher, but nothing reaches above 1,000 feet.


The Titan has been the object of admiration and worship for centuries. It can be seen from almost anywhere at any time--if it weren't for the curve of the planet, it would be visible from the shattered peaks. This makes it the perfect landmark for many nations in the east. It works as a giant sundial. Supposedly it can even measure temperature by counting the pulses of its veins.

Alternative Names
Blade of the Jungle, Watcher of Auzera, Tower of the East, Tower to Heaven
Parent Location
22,000+ feet
200 to 450 feet
Cross Section
Obtuse triangle
Sword point

Cover image: Solar Cover by Aster Blackwell


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Aug 7, 2023 20:49

I love plants just being stubborn and still clinging to the Titan.

Aug 8, 2023 20:59 by Aster Blackwell

Plants invented stubbornness

Aug 9, 2023 11:44 by Dr Emily Vair-Turnbull

So biiiiig. :O I feel like I would get dizzy looking up at it. I'm proud of the plants :D

Aug 9, 2023 14:39 by Aster Blackwell

It's a dizzying sight, for sure! It's easier to take in from a distance, when its true size is less overwhelming