List of Saint Seiya: The Lost Canvas Characters

List Of Saint Seiya: The Lost Canvas Characters

This article comprises a list of characters of the manga Saint Seiya: The Lost Canvas by Shiori Teshirogi. The names of Athena's Saints include their constellations, and Hades' Specters include their destiny stars, being in both cases the last one their real names.

As some of the characters appear only in this derivative work and not in Masami Kurumada's original manga, their canonicity within the universe of Kurumada's work is still unrevealed.

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