|Holotome Profile: Breaker|
|Powerbonding Ability||Synchronized Grapple|
|First Appearance||"The Casterwill Client"|
|First Powerbonding||"An Ally from the Organization"|
|Last Appearance||"An Ally from the Organization"|
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Breaker is one of the most powerful Titans in the Organization. He is a massive, four-armed bear with ancient tribal origins, as you can see by the markings on his body. He fights furiously for his master, Grier, and he's one of the few Titans who can defeat Caliban single-handed (the others being Overlos and Quetzalcoatl). Breaker is a traditional fighting Titan: all fangs and claws, with a dreadful roar that frightens inexperienced Seekers. Even a single moment of distraction can prove deadly, so it's critical to keep your wits about you when Breaker is invoked.
Breaker has some tie to Native American tribes, as referenced to on the tribal markings on his arms, the feathers, and the style of his armor. Native Americans had great respect the animal spirits, including the bear. Legends about bears being incredibly good at wrestling come from Breaker Titans' ability to Grapple.
Breaker is incredibly strong, and even more so when grappling opponents. Its Grapple ability increases his strength to the point that he can even neutralize even more powerful opponents like Caliban. Using his four arms, he pins his opponent to his chest and beats his opponent mercilessly. And his claws and teeth are certainly no picnic either. Once he's got his opponent, it is almost certainly done for.
Design History Edit
Breaker represents the essence of wild and the strength of beasts. He looks like a bear with four powerful arms, decorated with Native American markings and wearing ceremonial armor and feathers. The inspiration for Breaker comes from ancient Native American legends that praise bears for their strength, energy, and a deep and instinctive bond with mother Earth.
- Breaker's summoning command is bring discipline.
- Information on his design history was located on Huntik.com.
- The Native Americans believed that the bear spirit possessed great inner knowing or introspection, as well as strength.