Titus (Japanese: トモ Tomo) is a character of the day who appeared in A League of His Own!.
Titus was one of the competitors who participated in the Lumiose Conference. During the opening reception, he was shown talking with Astrid and Remo. His first battle was against Ash, who was late to the battle. Titus chose Altaria for his first Pokémon in the three-on-three match, with Ash using Greninja. Ash's Greninja eventually won after it transformed into Ash-Greninja. Although the rest of the battle was never shown, Ash ended up defeating Titus.
He reappeared in a flashback in Coming Apart at the Dreams!.
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This listing is of Titus's known Pokémon in the anime:
|Titus's Altaria was used in its Trainer's first battle of the Lumiose Conference, where it battled Ash's Greninja. Greninja easily defeated Altaria with Water Shuriken after it transformed into its Ash-Greninja form.
It reappeared in a flashback in Coming Apart at the Dreams!.
Altaria's known moves are Dragon Pulse and Draco Meteor.
|Debut||A League of His Own!|
Titus has at least two other Pokémon, as he participated in the first round of the Lumiose Conference, which is a three-on-three Single Battle.
This listing is of the Badges Titus has obtained in the Kalos region:
- At least eight Badges (prior to A League of His Own!)
Titus has competed in the following Pokémon League Conferences:
- Lumiose Conference - Top 64 (A League of His Own!)
|Japanese||トモ Tomo||From 佐香智久 Tomohisa Sako|
|English, German||Titus||Similar to his Japanese name|
|Spanish||Tizzo||Similar to his English name|
|Italian||Tito||Similar to his English name|
- Titus's character and Japanese name are based off of the writer and singer of several vocal songs produced during Pokémon the Series: XY: Tomohisa Sako.
- Titus is the only named character seen participating the Lumiose Conference who wasn't a recurring character.
|Trainers in League Conferences|
|This article is part of Project COD, a Bulbapedia project that aims to write comprehensive articles on each one-time character of the Pokémon anime.|