This is NOT an open breed, meaning you can NOT make your own. Gigas may only be obtained through , purchasing one, or winning one in an imports auction.
Yes, they're big, impossibly big, that's the WHOLE point of them, they're SUPPOSED to be unrealistically big. I didn't ask for your opinion, so shut it. If you don't like how I run MY breed, that's your problem, not mine. Don't like it, don't get one, it's not rocket science.
The Titanic Gigas are very friendly, and rarely act out. Most are very tolerant to crowded spaces, loud noises, and panicking humans.
Titanic Gigas eat tall grass and leaves off of small trees, along with pinecones, and entire berry bushes.
Foal Titanic Gigi are very playful despite their size, and are extremely gentle, as if the entire Earth was one big glass ornament. Foals are very good for a childhood friend and will learn how to become better guard horses if trained at their early age.
It is not uncommon for a Titanic Gigas to have a metallic sheen to it's coat, especially for stallions.
It's very rare that a Titanic Gigas grows a mane.
Colours of the Titanic Gigas:
Gold dapple - common
Bay - common
Black - common
White - uncommon
Strawberry and bay roan: common
Blue roan - rare
Appaloosa - rare
Overo - uncommon
Tovero - common
Piebald - rare
Tabiano - uncommon
Cremello - extinct
All other coat colours are forbidden to the Titanic Gigas