Gold Saints

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List Of Saint Seiya Chapters (series) - Volume List
... Title Japan release North America release 1 Holy Warriors Athena's Saints (女神の聖闘士 Atena no Seinto) September 1986 ISBN 4-08-851754-7 January 21, 2004 ISBN 1-59116-225-4 001 ... "The Saints of Athena" (女神の聖闘士, "Atena no Seinto"?) 002 ... win an armor known as "Cloth" which was originally from the 88 warriors called "Saints" from the goddess Athena ...
Seiya - Plot
... See also List of Saint Seiya characters The story focuses on an orphan named Seiya who was forced to go to the Sanctuary in Greece to obtain the Pegasus Bronze Cloth, a protective armor worn by ... Upon awakening the power of the Saints which is an inner spiritual essence, originated in the Big Bang, Seiya quickly becomes the Pegasus Saint and returns to Japan to find his older ... orphans who survived and became Bronze Saints must fight to win the most powerful Cloth The Sagittarius Gold Cloth ...
Sanctuary (Saint Seiya) - Geography, Location and Structures - The Gold Zodiac
... The Gold Zodiac (黄道十二宮, Kōdōjyūnikyū?) is the largest part of the Sanctuary, consists of twelve temples representing the twelve Zodiacs ... These Temples also serve as forts, as they all have Gold Saints of the corresponding signs assigned to them ... In addition to the Gold Saints manning the fort, the path and all around the Zodiac are blessed by Athena's Cosmo, serving as holy barriers preventing lesser evils and teleportation between Temples ...
List Of Saint Seiya Episode.G Characters - Protagonists - Gold Saints - Pisces Aphrodite
... After an argument between the two Gold Saints, since Aiolia was against Aphrodite's bloodlust, the Giant Anthrakma Zugylos appears ...

Famous quotes containing the words saints and/or gold:

    All saints revile her, and all sober men
    Ruled by the God Apollo’s golden mean—
    Robert Graves (1895–1985)

    I had very good dentures once. Some magnificent gold work. It’s the only form of jewelry a man can wear that women fully appreciate.
    Graham Greene (1904–1991)