|Holotome Profile: Archwarder|
|Special Ability|| Makes high power|
Titans difficult to control
|Users|| Rassimov |
|First Appearance||"The Secret of Two Generations"|
|Last Appearance||"Chasing Void"|
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Archwarder resembles a plant with a giant, wilted, bloomed flower and three strong roots as legs. It is the ultimate defense against the Legendary Titans, as this plant-based Titan is able to counter even the Legendary Titans' unique abilities and to level the playing field for Archwarder's Seeker.
Archwarder's Amulet was first given to Rassimov by the Professor. Then in a fight between the Professor, Dante, and Lok Lambert, Rassimov used Archwarder to disrupt Tao and Behemoth, making them nearly impossible to control. When the team raided the Professor's castle, Rassimov pretended to lose in combat against Dante Vale so that the Amulet of Archwarder could be picked up by Dante.
In line with Rassimov's intentions, Archwarder was then used by Dante against Overlos to allow the Puppeteer ability of Dendras to overpower the Professor's control of the Titan of Immortality. These actions led to the defeat of the Professor as well as a weakening in the influence and power of the Organization.
Archwarder possess an ability known as Disruption Pulse, which works by turning an opponent Titan's power against it. The more powerful the opposing Titan, the more susceptible it is to the ability. When Archwarder utilizes this ability it appears as an energy wave emitting in all directions. When the energy comes into contact with the Amulet of a Titan, the Titan surges with energy, and its Seeker loses more control over it the longer the effects last.