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The RMS Titanic was a British passenger liner that famously struck an iceberg and sank on its maiden voyage to New York City, despite claims that the ship was unsinkable. The Titanics sinking led to over 1,500 deaths, making it one of the worst civilian maritime disasters in history.
An Ekaterina agent, Anne Cahill, was on board the Titanic, smuggling the Clue Phosphorus to the United States in order to hide it. Cahill survived, but faked her death, and moved to Experiment, Georgia, under the name Nella Chain. Her neighbor, Tomas George McClain, was interested in the Titanic and the supposed lost Clue the ship carried.
About a century later, a second ship, the Titanic II, was launched, carrying many members of the Janus branch of the Cahill family. Outcast Nathaniel Hartford attempted to sink the ship, but his plan was foiled by Amy and Dan Cahill and their allies.