|Holotome Profile: Megataur|
|Height||14 feet 4 inches|
|Users|| Grier |
|First Appearance||"Like Father, Unlike Son"|
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The ancient Greek legend of the Minotaur is based on the Titan known as Megataur, who was used by emperors and Seekers alike to guard labyrinths. The unlucky few who were smart enough to navigate these complex mazes faced the powerful Megataur as their "reward."
Upon Grier's return to Sutos with the Organization backing him to restore order to the island, the Governor bestowed Megataur's Amulet to Grier as the son of the true king of Sutos. Being of noble blood and intentions, Grier was able to bond with Megataur. Grier later invoked him to attack Dante Vale's Caliban and was later seen fighting Dante's Metagolem. Megataur was invoked again alongside Breaker against Caliban and Metagolem when Grier and Dante prepared to fight to the end. The battle was averted when Grier revealed his true motive for taking over Sutos was his father, and that he was actually bringing peace to an island plagued with war. Having resolved their differences, Grier allowed Dante and his team to leave.
Grier invoked Megataur in the Professor's castle to fight alongside Lok Lambert's Powerbonded Baselaird whilst helping Dante's team recover a file on Rassimov. Megataur fought Hoffman's Doberman and two Undergolem Titans summoned by Eathon the dog. After a fierce battle, Megataur was defeated by one of the Undergolems.
Megataur is strong and powerful, and is fairly quick on his feet despite his size. His horned charge ability is very useful when taking down opponents, as his horns are very sharp. In addition, Megataur packs a powerful punch.Megataur can also choose to fight with a large battle axe.
- His summoning command in Season 2 is "Fight On".
- Following the cancellation of his card with the Labyrinth of Doom set, Megataur is the only named Titan from Season 1, other than Goblin Brownie, not to have a card released in the Huntik Trading Card Game.
- Megataur appeared on the cover of Issue #1 of Huntik Magazine despite not appearing in the comic, The School of Mystery. This was likely due to the fact the issue featured fact files on the individual Krono-Titans including Megataur himself.