During test runs for the Imperial Interdictor, Titus captured rebels Jun Sato and Ezra Bridger aboard their blockade runner Liberator while they were looking for their patrol somewhere in the Del Zennis system. He informed Agent Kallus of the Imperial Security Bureau about his catch, and, despite the Agent's warnings not to underestimate the young Jedi-in-training, Titus remained confident that he could confine the child.
However, Titus' arrogance would prove to be his downfall when the two rebels, Rex and Kanan Jarrus, infiltrated the Interdictor disguised as Imperial stormtroopers and helped free their friends. In a bold escape, the rebels destroyed his experimental ship when its gravity well projectors attracted every ship nearby, causing a destructive collision. Titus was able to get away in an escape pod before the ship's destruction, however, and was subsequently saved upon the arrival of Agent Kallus as well as reminded of his failure.
Steps into the Shadow
Following his failure, Brom was demoted as a Commander of Reclem Station, a junk yard that was destroying the Imperial Interdictor. The station, was attacked by Ezra Bridger who was the reason of his demotion. When Ezra reaches him, they recognize each other and have a brief conversation, before he attempts to shoot him with his blaster, theorizing that Ezra's capture and execution would get him promoted again. Ezra quickly blocked his shots with his lightsaber and destroyed his gun.
Ezra then pointed his lightsaber at Brom and forced him to tell him how to shut down the station's shield. He explained that he had to shut down all the power, but warns him that it will send the station down to his fiery demise below. Ezra took the risk and shut off the power, and then recommended that he flee while he had the chance, which Brom did.
Through Imperial Eyes
In the Name of the Rebellion
Brom Titus has fought Ghost's Crew a last time with his Light Cruiser, the Marauder. He is killed by Saw Gerrera's explosives on Jalindi and his Light Cruiser is destroyed too.
- "Stealth Strike" (First appearance)
- "In the Name of the Rebellion" (Last appearance)