|Archaic Age god power||Deconstruction|
|Archaic Age bonus(es)||Focus|
|Classical Age minor gods||Prometheus, Leto|
|Heroic Age minor gods||Hyperion, Rheia|
|Mythic Age minor gods||Helios, Atlas|
- Deconstruction: The ability to deconstruct an enemy building, but the resources for that building will go back to your enemy.
Kronos is the Titan of time. He was the leader and the youngest of the first generation of Titans, divine descendants of Gaia, the earth, and Oranos, the sky. He overthrew his father and ruled during the mythological Golden Age, until he was overthrown by his own son, Zeus and imprisoned in Tartarus.
Single Player Edit
|Unit Type||Myth Unit/Titan|
|Line of Sight||25 meters|
|Train at||Scenario Editor|
In both Age of Mythology and its expansion he is the primary antagonist.
In the original game Kronos works behind the scenes by promising Poseidon power over all the other Olympians. Poseidon in turn uses the Cyclops Gargarensis to open the gate in Tartarus that is imprisoning Kronos. Arkantos manages to defeat Gargarensis and keeping the gate safe, though Poseidon destroys Atlantis out of anger.
In Age of Mythology: The Titans Kronos uses his servant Kronny to possess Krios, the leader of the Atlantean exiles. He then tricks Kastor into attacking Greek states and their allies. Kastor eventually makes it to Mount Olympus and attacks it, weakening Zeus so that he can no longer hold control over the gates imprisoning the titans. Kastor and his allies manage to defeat the lesser titans but Kronos' gate is still in the ruins of Atlantis. Kastor plants the Seeds of Gaia to summon her. Kronos manages to escape but Gaia is successfully summoned, who throws him back into Tartarus and turns the broken gate into lush greenlands before departing.In-game, Kronos' massive statistics make him almost impossible to defeat. He has nearly instant regeneration and can kill several Units with his close combat attacks. Units that are known to defeat him are Osiris, Prometheus, and Gaia.