MonsterVerse: Every Titan ranked from weakest to strongest

Join me on a walk through Hollow Earth - metaphorically - and let's see how these incredible MonsterVerse Titans rank amongst each other.
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7. Endoswarmer / Endopede

Endoswarmers, also known as Endopedes, are the gross and sneaky critters of the MonsterVerse that snagged the lucky number 7 spot. If you're strolling through the MonsterVerse, a place where size and roar often steal the show, and in comes the Endoswarmer - a creature that's more about cunning and creepiness than just being a skyscraper-sized brute - then you're in for a day. They're like the ultimate underdogs - or, rather, underworms - of this monstrous world.

While Godzilla's stomping around and King Ghidorah's causing lightning storms, these Endopedes are busy being the ultimate survivalists. They might not have the sheer size or the flashy powers, but boy, do they have tricks up their... well, they don't have sleeves, but you get the idea.

Now, why are they sitting pretty at number 7? It's because they bring something unique to the Titan table. These slinky, sneaky creatures, who first appeared in Monarch: Legacy of Monsters, are all about stealth and surprise. Imagine you're a giant monster taking a nap, and suddenly, these Endopedes are all over you, nibbling away in a monster version of a surprise party gone wrong. They're like the ninjas of the MonsterVerse, relying on their wits and agility rather than brute force. This makes them super interesting and a bit unpredictable. Plus, let's not forget that, in a world where every other monster is roaring and throwing punches, there's something oddly terrifying about a silent, slithering swarm that just creeps up on you.

So, while not the biggest kids on the block, they're definitely the sneakiest - earning them a solid middle spot in my monstrous rankings. They are also terrifying.