I understand why they killed Titus imagine everyone going insane to win.
I wanted Titus to win, he had the right idea. To survive, you have to be willing to do anything, that includes eating the others.
Who knows, he couldve gone to start attacking innocent citizens
Not necessarily, he could've been playing that, so the other tributes would avoid him. Besides, if he attacked people in the Capitol, the Districts would get a good laugh out of it and it would prove that the Capitol didn't have total control.
I think that Titus should've won, after all he was clearly smarter than the rest of them. Return to the primative human form rather than stick around to watch the Capitol destroy humanity. He shouldn't have been killed because then that just displays another reason for the people of Panem to rebel.
I'm surprised they did kill him. I'da thought they'd have kept him around to put on a better show. Imagine him ripping apart another competitor, that'd be brutal and would'a made great television. Also, it could'a passed a message on like, "You guys in the Districts are nothing but animals compared to us in the Capitol". I think he was coo
- Cite? 18:54, April 15, 2013 (UTC)
Believe it or not, I loved Titus! Haha he was so random. I think Ashton Moio should play Titus, even though he already portrayed a fallen tribute. I hope this actually belongs here on this talk. I don't wanna get in trouble. --------->
I don't think that actor can pull off something of this magnitude. I believe someone lesser known should do it, so it makes us feel more uneasy being around the character. MovieReviews98 (talk) 16:03, August 14, 2012 (UTC)
I loved Titus in the book, shame there is so little info about him. I always imagined him as a ginger, not particularly handsome, but with that fierce look on his face, and savagery in his eyes.220.127.116.11 12:40, April 4, 2013 (UTC)
Titus was a tribute in the 71st games same as Johanna