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Shawn, publicly known as Dauntless, and later as The Kronos Titan was a member of the Brockton Bay Protectorate, with the ability to slowly grant powers to items in his possession.


Dauntless does not want a lot of things from life.

Dauntless was widely considered a rising star, a popular hometown hero in Brockton Bay. His power and its implications were widely known.[3]

He is mindful of collateral damage even after his transformation.[4]



Kelly was Shawn's significant other and while they never married, they did have Addison together and cared for each other deeply. He was understanding even though she left him and Addison soon after giving birth.[5]


Shawn met and married Jennifer after Kelly left him and Addison. Jennifer was ambitious and looked after the couples financial future, something Shawn didn't worry about.[5]

While ruminating on Assault and Battery's relationship, he realized how mismatched he and Jennifer really were.[5] Sometime after this, Dauntless was seen inquiring about a divorce.[6]

The couple did not have any children.[7]


Addison is Shawns son, who he cares about deeply.[5]


Because of his meteoric rise to fame, he was resented by Armsmaster; his power allowing him to easily advance in the Protectorate where Armsmaster struggled to get where he was through diligent effort.[8][3][9] It was widely acknowledged that Dauntless might eventually replace Armsmaster as head of the team.[8] Nevertheless, he was willing to wear earbuds so only Armsmaster could communicate with him, preventing Tattletale from speaking to him.[3]

Abilities, Appearance & Equipment[]

Dauntless can empower items by infusing them with a little bit of power each day, permanently enhancing them. He wields a spear, shield, and boots; all enhanced with this ability (see below). It is widely suspected that he would eventually equal or even surpass the Triumvirate,[3] but no one was certain if his power would eventually level off.[10]

Dauntless is constantly "charged" with energy, which builds up over time; every 20-30 hours it reaches a peak, allowing him to dump the excess charge into an object. This does not take as long to build up if his power is used often, and if he is engaged in field work.[2] His power is more effective if he charges the same object regularly; he compromises by focusing on three or four and cycling between them. When he dumps the charge into an object, it is briefly supercharged for a few minutes before levelling off at a point better than before.[11]

He selects what the imbuement does subconsciously; it is always tied to the object itself, and he is never surprised to learn what it does, but there is a bias towards direct combat applications. Objects gain general durability and physics-immunity at first, and then begin to gain other abilities after the 20th charge.[11] It took around a month for him to develop a new power to the point where it would impact a confrontation.[12]

His items cannot be used by someone without this "charge", preventing them from being stolen or used against him.[11][12]

Had he survived until Gold Morning, he would have been almost as powerful as Legend. Not as mobile or versatile at range, but fast and an artillery powerhouse, and almost as durable as Alexandria.[11] It is implied that he could eventually grow powerful enough to annihilate a large area, similar to a nuclear bomb.[13]


A spear that looks as if it is made of white lightning. The weapon could extend as far as he needed, elongating faster than the eye could follow. It was something between a solid and an energy, combining traits of both; people struck by it experienced a taser-like electrical charge in addition to the physical force.[3]

During the Battle at the Gallery, it was too weak to noticeably affect Bitch's dogs. Taylor likened it to using a taser on an elephant. However, it was strong enough to accidentally shatter glass.[3]

It was durable enough to parry a block from Circus' sledgehammer.[3]

Kid Win based his spark pistol, which shot "hard electricity", on data Armsmaster collected on the "hard light" used by Dauntless and Purity.[14]


His shield, fixed to his left forearm, was a metal disc about the size of a dinner plate, surrounded by rings of the same energy that made up the spear.[3]

It could widen into a bubble-shaped forcefield of white energy ten feet wide around him. The field was seemingly able to "eat away" at Grue's darkness in some fashion. It made a loud sizzling, crackling sound. The field created a painful arc of electricity when it brushed against Regent's hand.[3]

He was able to raise it fast enough to deflect Circus' thrown knives. It "popped" when Ballistic used his power to smash cars into it so fast they were impossible to see, but not before stopping the car and holding it aloft long enough for it to roll off the top.[3]


His empowered boots made his feet look as if they were encased in white crackling energy when worn.[15] They allowed him to fly.[16] According to Tattletale, they made him fast enough to follow Purity while flying, faster than any of the other Brockton Bay Wards or Protectorate except Velocity.[15]


Dauntless wore gold and white armour. It was rumored that he had enhanced his armor with his power, but this wasn't visibly evident.[17] In reality, only "some" of his armour had recieved "a few" charges of his power, but it wasn't a major focus.[18] Immediately prior to fighting Leviathan, he charged the breastplate, which granted him a small amount of extra durability.[19]

He was briefly stunned when Grue landed full force on his helmet. When Circus hit him in the chest with their sledgehammer, he was seemingly knocked unconscious.[3]

Wildbow has stated that he could eventually have become almost as durable as Alexandria, possibly reflecting the ultimate potential of the armor.[11]


Dauntless wore a gold Greek-style helmet, with slits for the eyes, a band of metal covering his nose, a slit running down over his mouth, and a metal "mohawk" on top.[17]

Although it wasn't among the items known to public, even in rumour, to have been empowered,[17] Dauntless had in fact extensively empowered his helmet as well.[18] His empowered helmet granted him both sensory and protective abilities.[20] Among the sensory abilities was letting him "think faster in a pinch". [19]These enhancements eventually allowed him to sense everything that was going on in nearby buildings, likely extending beyond that after the Gold Morning.

After being thrown into the time bubble by Leviathan, Dauntless gained about 90 days worth of power in the span of a few seconds as time rapidly passed outside the bubble. In a panic, he pushed all of this power into his helmet. Doing so caused his thoughts to dramatically slow down. As such, despite the fact that his body was trapped in stopped time, his mind was moving at the same rate as the outside world.[21]

Over the next few days, Dauntless pushed more and more power into his helmet. This expanded his awareness beyond the bubble, allowing him to see and hear everything going on in the area around him.[22]

After four years, the bubble was popped by March, and Dauntless immediately had a broken second trigger. This resulted in every single item of clothing that he had pushed power into, gaining this power all at once.[23] Dauntless grew to the size of a skyscraper, tall enough for his head to be in the clouds.[24] His entire body crystallised.

This giant version of Dauntless appears to exist in every known universe.[25] He is able to see everything in every dimension with the power of his helm.

Dauntless' attacks with his lance are now capable of moving miles away.[26]



Shawn lived with his pregnant girlfriend, Kelly, in a mobile home. She dealt with mental health issues, specifically schizophrenia, but regardless they still had a happy relationship together. One day, their home was caught in a mudslide and they were both trapped. Shawn triggered when he had to perform a C-section on his girlfriend, to save the life of his son, Addison.[5]

At some point years later, Shawn joined the Brockton Bay Protectorate as Dauntless. A villain named Blackball was one of his first enemies.

Dauntless was present when Shadow Stalker's case was looked over by a special committee. After the committee granted Shadow Stalker a probationary status amongst the Wards, he approached Alan Barnes and asked for legal aid.[6][7]

Story Start[]

After the Battle at the Gallery, Dauntless appeared the opposite side of an alley that the Undersiders were hiding in, cutting off their escape route. He used his shield's forcefield to block Grue's darkness before advancing. Tattletale tried to tell Dauntless how Armsmaster hated him before Dauntless tapped the side of his helmet, revealing that he was wearing earbuds and could only hear Armsmaster. He advanced again and his shield touched Regent's hand, shocking him before Regent made him stumble and fall to the ground.[3]

He raised his spear to impede the Undersiders, shooting lightning at them, before Grue brought his feet down on Dauntless' head. He recovered after the Undersiders escaped the alley and then shot Brutus and Angelica. Finding that ineffective, he tried aiming his Arclance at the Undersiders themselves only for Regent to disrupt his aim. Entering the garage, he stopped behind Armsmaster.[3]

Dauntless moved to retreat after the arrival of the Travelers and Circus but was blocked by Sundancer. He enclosed himself in his forcefield bubble to deflect Circus' knives before wrapping a second forcefield around a car that Ballistic used his power on. The forcefield gave away and the car dropped a scant foot away from Dauntless. He parried Circus' sledgehammer with his Arclance and then tumbled away from her when she breathed flame, bringing up his shield to block the flames.

Ballistic launched a car at Dauntless whose shield failed as Dauntless reeled. Dauntless tried to parry Circus with his Arclance, but Circus sidestepped around him before driving their sledgehammer against his chest.[3]


Dauntless was grabbed by Leviathan alongside Alabaster and Jotun, and the Endbringer flicked them into the center of a time distortion bubble. He was not able to escape before he was frozen in time.[27] He later had his name placed on a memorial to honor those that had fallen.[28]


The bubble was turned into an impromptu memorial.[29] With no sign of being freed.[30] Inside of it Dauntless was able to use his ability to regain a measure of normal perception.[21]


The Protectorate successor organization, The Wardens, have been committing resources to freeing people like him from imprisonment.[31]

Post-Time Bubble Pop[]

Dauntless gets released from the time bubble by March. His powers immediately go awry, empower him excessively and cannibalize Alabaster. His power well get exhausted entirely, effectively merging Dauntless with his shard. In addition to that, their avatar exists in all dimensions simultaneously, which makes it impossible to do anything, even communicate, without harming someone catastrophically. The event invites the attention of Simurgh.[5]

Post-Attack on Teacher[]

Kronos attacked Chevalier's clone-titan, which was deployed from Earth Shin against the Machine Army on Earth Bet, sparking the second Shin crisis.[32]

After delivering several lance-strikes to the Gibborim Knight, he was persuaded to stand down by the real Chevalier, prompting The Simurgh to leave Dauntless for some time.[33] After that Dauntless let the minions of secondary super-weapon to pass without combat.[34]

Following Contessa's failure, he contacted and attempted to guide other Titans.[35] The Simurgh abandoned him again, and relocated to Titan Fortuna.

The Ice Breaks[]

Dauntless was preventing other titans from reaching the Fortuna. The Wardens decided to assist him.[36]

Later, his network was joined by Oberon, and together they were seen struggling against the assault of Fortuna's titans.[37]

As The Simurgh made her final moves, Dauntless refocused his attacks on the Endbringer.

He saved Defiant from certain death by The Simurgh, and joined Fortuna's network on Defiant's and The Warden's demand, which allowed him to successfully redirect the Endbringer into Sleeper's power-storm, defeating it.[38]

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  • A version of Dauntless appeared in Eden's vision of the future; a hero named Clarent, who wielded a longsword and grew stronger over time. He was identified as Dauntless in the tags.[39]
  • Had Dauntless survived, he would have been given his own team in a smaller city with a new department, likely St. Louis, Lexington, Pittsburgh, Stockton, or Anchorage.[40]

Fanart Gallery[]


  1. Black 13.2
  2. 2.0 2.1 Dauntless is a Striker/Trump. The two aspects are irrevocably linked, thus the slash. In briefer terms, he'd simply be a Trump - he gives himself powers, in an indirect fashion. If his shard had manifested differently, he wouldn't have the need for 'totems' - objects linked to the manifestation of his power. He'd simply grant himself the power.

    But the striker rating is because it's touch-based. It would be a very low rating - in a fight against a civilian, being able to grab something and empower it would maybe make a bit of a difference, but the resulting power is so weak it's questionable.

    Give him a few months of regularly empowering said object, however, and you have a rather potent ability. - Private message by Wildbow, archived on SpaceBattles
  3. 3.00 3.01 3.02 3.03 3.04 3.05 3.06 3.07 3.08 3.09 3.10 3.11 3.12 3.13 Tangle 6.7
  4. Dauntless only advanced. He didn’t walk, his body more a pillar between sky and ground than a body. He flowed forward, scraped past the city, navigating a path that favored lakes and water, parks and open spaces. Some buildings fell, but the damage to the city proper was minimal, all considering. Had he been moving in a straight line, he would have caught the Knight already. - Excerpt from Sundown 17.6
  5. 5.0 5.1 5.2 5.3 5.4 5.5 - Excerpt from Heavens 12.none
  6. 6.0 6.1 Dauntless approached her dad. She only caught two murmured words of Dauntless’ question. “-divorce attorney?” - Excerpt from Interlude 19.z
  7. 7.0 7.1 Sleeper, Dauntless, and Oliver have their own snippets written, sitting on a defunct Wildbow hard drive somewhere. Not as primary characters, for Dauntless or Oliver, but enough fragments of stories that they've talked in or shared parts of themselves in that I know who they are. Dauntless is admittedly confused a bit with Triumph in some drafts, just as far as background, etc- this leads to slight incongruencies and patches in my memory- I can't remember if Dauntless or Triumph are the ones who approach Alan Barnes to ask about divorce. In early drafts I tried writing a purely mundane character, Dauntless'/Triumph's daughter, who has to deal with the fact that their parent is a superhero. Now of course, Triumph gets hammered out in-story, Dauntless is left as a bit of a blank, so it's not too hard to just shuffle it off, but small mistakes happen. - WB on Reddit
  8. 8.0 8.1 Interlude 15
  9. Armsmaster gives up everything, including family, friends, for the sake of the mission.
    Dauntless doesn't need to build or train, he just gets the power, rank, and family. - Wildbow on Discord, archived on Spacebattles.
  10. But they don't know that for sure. What if Dauntless hit a hard cap? Or his upgrades started plateauing? - Wildbow on Reddit
  11. 11.0 11.1 11.2 11.3 11.4 Dauntless can imbue objects. He can't consciously control what the imbuement does, but the passenger will generally make it something he can work with and likes, albeit with a tendency to destructive, combat-oriented effects. It also ties into the object itself. A shield is going to have protective effects, boots lean toward mobility, etc. It works with his subconscious in this regard - he won't be surprised when he sees what powers pop up.

    He feels power moving through him and it wells up over time. Once every 20 to 30 hours he'll hit his peak, and feel distinctly uncomfortable until he can dump the charge into an object, boosting its efficacy for a short time (minutes) then leveling off at a point better than the last. It's sort of an uphill battle to get workable results from the object, as the charge initially makes the objects breaker-like with an emphasis on durability, then starts producing associated powers - by the 20th charge it'll start hitting the ceiling in terms of durability and start giving him raw output in terms of results and boosting the involved powers.. Charging an object is easier (and trends him closer to the 20 hour mark than the 30 hour mark) if he doesn't wait too long between charges, so he has three or four that he maintains and cycles between. It's also easier if he's engaged in field work.

    Items require the charge that flows through him in order to operate. Someone couldn't pick up his spear and use it.

    The way items develop, they form a starting point. Maybe after the 20th charge, he can push his power into the spear, and it flashes, goes full breaker, and turns into a semisolid laser, flashing out in either direction. Terrain isn't damaged and struck individuals and metal objects crackle with electricity, like a weak taser hit.

    After the 400th, he could extend it into a full semienergy object that he could swing through the front half of a building a quarter mile away, wide enough to fill a room, could make it flash to blind everyone that could see it/him, and augment thrusts in melee range with a sort of 'matter if matter would do more damage, energy if energy would do more damage' pseudo-sting effect (though not nearly so universal).

    In terms of rate of return, you could estimate that had he survived to the Scion fight, he'd have been just under Legend in terms of raw power level. Not as durable as Alexandria, but close. Not as mobile or versatile long ranged as Legend, but pretty damn mobile and still an artillery powerhouse. - Private message by Wildbow, found on Sufficient Velocity
  12. 12.0 12.1 Except if you fought Dauntless under tinker rules, you'd fail pretty hard. He can't really be separated from his gear, standard tinker countermeasures won't work, and his ability to choose the direction in which he develops over multiple engagements isn't nearly as pronounced as tinker's would be. If you were to separate him from his gear (keeping in mind that it binds to him on a breaker-state-like-level) then he wouldn't be able to 'tinker' his way up to potency if given resources. It would be months or years before he was a relevant threat again, just like we're talking about months of time to develop a new ability that would impact another confrontation. - Comment on Reddit
  13. So, question. What eventuality is this tightly packed biome of custom-made living things placed there for? Remember the long-term agenda, too. Conflict. What if he's there because the entities wanted something out there to generate chaos in the event that a Bakuda or a US army or a Level 9001 Dauntless annihilated the area and most of the local population? - Wildbow again on Spacebattles
  14. Sentinel 9.4
  15. 15.0 15.1 “According to the news and my, um, inside source,” Lisa spoke, referring to her power, “Purity hasn’t stopped. She’s doing strafing runs across the Docks. She moves too fast for anyone but Dauntless or Velocity to catch, and she hits harder than both of them combined. She’s knocked down four more buildings while we’ve talked, I’m pretty sure. How long before she happens to knock over our hideout?” - Excerpt from Buzz 7.7
  16. Dauntless – A member of Brockton Bay’s Protectorate team, Dauntless can charge objects with his power, granting them permanent benefits.  Accruing these benefits over time, he’s created boots that can fly, a spear that can create massive arcs of controlled electricity and a shield that generates forcefields, among other powers. - Cast (spoiler free)
  17. 17.0 17.1 17.2 Dauntless packed a few trademark pieces of gear. He had his Arclance, a spear he held in one hand that looked like it was made of white lightning. His shield, fixed to his left forearm, was a metal disc about the size of a dinner plate, surrounded by rings of the same kind of energy that made up the spear. Finishing his current set of empowered items were his boots. His feet looked like they were encased in the white crackling energy. If rumor was to be believed, he was working on empowering his armor as well, but I couldn’t see any hints of that energy on the costume. It was white and gold, and his golden helmet was in the Greek or Spartan style, with slits for the eyes, a band of metal covering his nose, and a slit running down lower half of his face. A band of metal crested the top, like a mohawk. - excerpt from Tangle 6.7
  18. 18.0 18.1 Piece by piece, he strapped on his armor. Some of it had only received a few crystallizations of power. But the spear, in multiple pieces that he screwed together, the shield, which was small at the outset, and his helmet were all things he’d focused on over the years. - excerpt from Heavens 12.none
  19. 19.0 19.1 He had the day’s power to allocate. A fractional bonus to one of his items. The kind of thing that likely wouldn’t make a difference, but felt important.
    Weapon? To better hurt the thing?
    Helmet, to better understand it, think faster in a pinch?
    Boots? To move out of the way?
    Breastplate, something he’d neglected. Potentially to turn something lethal into something he could survive. He was struck by the thought of dying in muck, partially paralyzed, and he thought of Kel.
    He infused the breastplate, channeling the power in there, hand over heart. - excerpt from Heavens 12.none
  20. The helmet did have some heft to it, Shawn found. He bounced it in his hands, feeling that weight. Concentrating, he tapped into that reserve of power he felt inside himself, and crystallized that power into the helmet’s capabilities. Sensory, protective, and some general shielding capabilities. - excerpt from Heavens 12.none
  21. 21.0 21.1 No, was his thought, and things around him moved in the time it took him to form that thought.

    The tail end of that single word was coupled with the dawning realization he had power available. Not one day, not ten, not fifteen, not thirty or sixty or ninety-

    No! was the follow-up thought. His hand couldn’t meet anything before he had another ninety or more days pass. Instead, he pushed power from head to helm.

    He didn’t get to choose what happened. But what happened made sense.

    His thoughts slowed, and though his body was trapped in time, moving with glacial slowness, those ninety days of accumulated power were spent in the helm, giving him control over the speed of his own thinking. - Excerpt from Heavens 12.none
  22. Sunrise came. With it, he had more power to give. Again, he chose the helmet.

    His perception of the world beyond the bubble clarified.

    And so it went. Helmet. Helmet. Helmet. For twenty-three days.

    By the twenty-third, he was capable of seeing and hearing everything that went on in the buildings nearby. Businesses. He watched people like he would watch bad television. - Excerpt from Heavens 12.none
  23. The bubble popped. His body was freed and his body was utterly trapped. He’d infused power into every article of clothing he owned, sometimes years worth of power, and that power had come due. Every time he had passed on power to his helmet, it had shifted imperceptibly. To become something mythic, something to be proud of.

    Now, however, it all came due at once. - Excerpt from Heavens 12.none
  24. She hovered over a ledge, and that ledge overlooked the distant sight. A figure so tall his heads were in the clouds. The growth that extended up from the ‘head’ was fractal, geometric, crystal, but with veins instead of straight lines.

    That growing extended to the legs, starting at the feet and working its way up. A skirt, a dress, a lower body that was a mountain. Limbs and body, all in the rough silhouette of a giant, a titan writ in a strike of white lightning that didn’t budge, flicker, readily change shape, nor stop. - Excerpt from Heavens 12.none
  25. The dauntless titan stood in the ruins of Brockton Bay, mostly unmoving. He or it was there in Earth Gimel, and he was there in Earth Bet at the same time. He was in an equivalent location in Earth Cheit, in Earth N, and every earth they were aware of, as well as many they weren’t. - Excerpt from Heavens 12.none
  26. But Dauntless was attacking, striking out with his lance from miles away, to carve out chunks of the Chevalier, sending him crashing into a building. The Chevalier got to his feet and continued to retreat. - Excerpt from Sundown 17.5
  27. Extermination 8.3
  28. Extermination 8.8
  29. Imago 21.5
  30. A few hundred thousand years in the future, when the bubble pops. When humanity is long gone… - Comment by Wildbow on Imago 21.5
  31. “The Wardens didn’t ask us before they signed off on this, yet they have people devoted to idiotic things like rescuing people from time bubbles and loops. - Excerpt from Interlude 5x II
  32. Sundown 17.4
  33. Sundown 17.7
  34. Sundown 17.6
  35. Sundown 17.y
  36. “Dauntless is fighting off any of her Titans that try to get close to her, so they can’t connect or do whatever Moose and Prancer did. Some of the Wardens are going to see what they can do to make him stronger.” - Excerpt from Radiation 18.9
  37. Infrared 19.z
  38. Last 20.a
  39. Interlude 29
  40. Dauntless, should he survive, gets his own team in a smaller city with a new department, a rising star in a growing department: the city in question would likely (going by the PRT master reference document) be St. Louis, Lexington, Pittsburgh, Stockton, or Anchorage. - What If Leviathan Attacked Somewhere Else?

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The Kronos Titan Titan Eve Titan Fortuna The Nemean Titan Titan Arachne Titan Oberon The Ashen Titan Titan Skadi The Ophion Titan The Strange Titan Auger Titaness Amenonuhoko The Flowing Titan Drillbit The Liminal Titan Pouffe Valkyrie  • Morgana  • Yakshini  • Ashoka  • Ghast 
S-Class Threats
Endbringers Behemoth Leviathan The SimurghKhonsu *Tohu *Bohu *
Titans The Kronos Titan Titan Eve Titan Fortuna The Nemean Titan Titan Arachne Titan Oberon The Ashen Titan Titan Skadi The Ophion Titan The Strange Titan Auger Titaness Amenonuhoko The Flowing Titan Drillbit The Liminal Titan Pouffe Valkyrie  • Morgana  • Yakshini  • Ashoka  • Ghast 
Groups The Slaughterhouse Nine Three BlasphemiesThe Machine Army
Parahumans Ash Beast Echidna Khepri NilbogPastor Scion SleeperThe Tower