|Holotome Profile: Araknos|
|Height||17 feet, 2 inches|
|Users|| Lord Casterwill |
|First Appearance||"The Secret of Two Generations"|
|Last Appearance||"The Mission"|
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As a Legendary Titan, Araknos was one of the three Titans used by Lord Casterwill when the Titans were first summoned to earth. Not much is known of Casterwill's usage of the three as the ancient past is shrouded in mystery. Before his death, Casterwill sealed Araknos's Ring within an Aztec temple.
Araknos was the first of the three to be disturbed after Casterwill sealed it when the Seeker trio Metz, Simon Judeau, and Eathon Lambert managed to find its resting place. Although Metz and Eathon were against disturbing the Titan due to the curse warnings on the temple door, Simon selfishly took the Ring and was cursed, having to be hospitalized with no hope of treatment. After bonding with him, Araknos offered the dying Seeker a chance to avoid death for a while and Simon accepted.
Araknos was the key in starting the Organization and as its leader, Simon used Araknos's mind altering abilities to erase all traces of his former personality as Simon and took the new identity as the Professor. Using the Titan's abilities further, Simon manipulated people into following him. In manipulating individuals, Araknos created a false past for the Organization, making it appear as though it had existed for centuries where it had really only existed for a few decades. Araknos, along with the other Legendary Titans, were used to summon Overlos. But with the interference of Dante Vale's team, the Professor failed and Araknos dragged him to the Spirit World.
Using magical web to connect to the victims head, Araknos is able to manipulate the thoughts and minds of the target. The Titan can alter the victims personality, control their actions, and alter their memories. The web used can easily be broken by fire. Almost all Titans are effected by Araknos' mind control abilities, the exception being Albion and Ignatius Titans. Even when Seekers bond with Araknos, the Titan can take control. This ability is not known to have affected Lord Casterwill. Araknos's mind manipulation powers make him a dangerous Titan to both his Seeker and his enemies.
- Araknos' summoning command is "Move the people between."
- Araknos' name and appearance come from the English word arachnid. Araknos could be partly inspired by Kwaku Anansi, a major figure of African mythology, specifically of the Ashanti people of Ghana.