Saint Seiya Sagittarius Funko POP, Funko POPS & Saint Seiya Funko POPS, Saint Seiya Gold Sagittarius

Saint Seiya Sagittarius Funko POP, Funko POPS & Saint Seiya Funko POPS, Saint Seiya Gold Sagittarius

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Saint Seiya Sagittarius Funko POP, a legendary gold saint, protector of the sanctuary of the Zodiac, Sagittarius Seiya harnesses the cosmic element of light in defending Athena and the Earth from the gods of darkness that would seek their destruction. Sagittarius Aiolos is one of the Gold Saints. He is one of the 12 Guardians of Sanctuary, with the Sagittarius as his destined constellation. Aiolos is the famous Gold Saint who died protecting Athena when she was an infant. Aiolos always was a paradigm of righteousness, seen as the Perfect Saint and one of the 2 Gold Saints who could succeed Aries Shion as the next Pope of Sanctuary and the chosen one. Not much is known about Aiolos, since he died before the main story began.

More of him is seen in Saint Seiya Episode G, like his relationship with Garan, a servant of his young brother, Leo Aiolia, who once trained with Aiolos for the Sagittarius Cloth. Despite his condition, Aiolos managed to help the main characters many times sending his cloth to aid them. Aiolos is probably named after the Greek god of Wind, Aeolus. The Sagittarius Cloth is the cloth of the Saint Aiolos in Saint Seiya and Saint Seiya: Episode G (and briefly worn by Seiya in the Original Series), Sisyphus in Saint Seiya: The Lost Canvas and Gestalt in Saint Seiya: Next Dimension. It is of the highest class of the cloths that Athena’s Saints wield, the Gold Cloths. The Sagittarius Gold Cloth has a ranged weapon in the form of a Golden Bow and Arrow, made of the same material as the rest of the cloth.


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