Aquila Yuna (鷲座（アクィラ）のユナ, Akuira no Yuna) is a female Saint of the Aquila constellation, who can use the element of Wind.
Yuna is very independent, but also very loving. She does not care about the traditions of female saints, so she refuses to wear a mask. She is very smart and her acute stargazing allows her to see the unknown mysteries of Cosmo. She has a tendency to fight along with Kouga. She is also very strong and even defeated Kouga the first time they met. When she meets Aria, she is initially unfriendly to her, but then comes to understand and know her more deeply and, as a result, they become friends. Through this, she develops a protective instinct towards Aria, thinking of her as a dear friend and sister.
Childhood and trainingEdit
After a local war in a snow-covered country, Yuna was left an orphan, living alone in a village and having to steal food to survive. One day during a theft from a bakery, she meets Peacock Pavlin, who protects her from the baker chasing her. Pavlin informally adopts Yuna and trains her to be a Saint of Athena. During her training, Pavlin discovers that Yuna has the ability to read the stars. After completing her training, Pavlin hands her a mask and sends her to Palestra. There, Yuna vows to become a powerful warrior, though deep down she expresses heavy reluctance to give up her identity to the mask.
End the use of masksEdit
Yuna confronts Pegasus Kōga at the gates of the Palestra, under the orders of Geki, to test his abilities as a saint and decide whether or not he is worthy of attending the school. After a brief fight, she confirms the suspicions of her instructor and Kouga is admitted into Palestra.
There, Yuna is questioned by Dorado Spear about the capabilities of the Pegasus Saint, while at the same time taunting her about her mask. An intervention by Geki prevents this from turning into an all-out brawl.
When she reveals her ability to read the stars for Kouga, he asks her to try to find out if Athena was in danger. After confirming his suspicions, Yuna also informs him about the law of the mask, that female saints must hide their face and sacrifice their feminine identity. While Kouga questions why she wears the mask despite her feelings, Spear returns to once again pressure Yuna into a battle.
Geki observes the scene and allows Yuna to face Spear in combat, advising her to give it her all. Kouga becomes distressed when Spear begins to gain the upper hand and tries to encourage her. Yuna remembers the promise she made to Pavlin to become a strong saint and realizes that to win, she should not blindly follow the laws that are said, but first follow the laws of her heart. With this, she is able to defeat Spear, discarding her mask in the process. Despite Spear seeing her face, Yuna confidently declares she has no intent to either love or kill him.
During the challenge of Cosmo Delta, Yuna and Dragon Ryūhōu act together and manage to complete their goal, which was to reach the top of the mountain before sunrise. Both are classified as participants in the Battle of the Saints along with fourteen other students. After winning the initial battle and standing among the eight finalists, Yuna gets approval to the semifinals by defeating Delphinus Güney in his second fight in the competition. His third battle is against Ryuho, but the competition is interrupted due to interference from Capricorn Ionia, who destroys the barrier that protected Palaestra, allowing the minions of Mars begin to attack the school and effectively ending the tournament.
Yuna, Souma and Ryuho begin to fight the Martian invaders, but realizing the battle is pointless, the three decide to go looking for Kouga. They eventually manage to locate the Pegasus saint, along with the missing Wolf Haruto. The ground is confronted by a huge army of Martians, but manage to escape thanks to help from Geki. They manage to escape the besieged Palaestra, guided by light generated by Kouga. The Saint watch helplessly from afar as the school is destroyed.
Invasion of Babel TowerEdit
Yuna and the other Bronze Saints bravely invade Mars' Babel Tower, and succeed in rescuing the girl he claims to be Athena. She reveals to Kouga her name is Aria. Sensing a threat approaching, Kouga dispatches Yuna along with Aria to avoid being recaptured, and together, the young Saints try desperately to buy time for their escape by facing the seemingly invincible Leo Mycenae. In their darkest hour, a memory of Seiya deep in Kouga's heart brings them hope.
Yuna and Aria are separated from the rest of the Bronze Saints. After a brief respite in a small village, Aria and Yuna learn to become closer friends. However, Hornet Sonia and her group of Silver Saints attack the two. The Silver Saint Crow Johann plans to deal with them, however, Koga manages to make a timely appearance!
The Inherited CosmoEdit
Koga, Souma and Yuna continue their trek to take Aria to safety, when they're surprised by the attack of Hound Miguel. Yuna and Souma take Aria away to safety while Koga stays to fight. Overpowered by the merciless Silver Saint, Koga is saved by the timely arrival of Andromeda Shun, the Saint of legend. Shun takes the youngster to his village to rejoin Ryuho, afterward they're once again attacked by Miguel, whom they manage to defeat after a fierce battle. Later, the young Saint leave a weaken Ryuho in Shun's care then leaves the village to continue their mission.
Yuna, Kouga, Souma and Haruto continue their trek escorting Aria, until they come to a enormous whirlwind blocking their way. The young Saints decide to brave the whirlwind, managing to find a way inside it with the help of Yuna's command over wind. The traitorous Musca Fly tries to steal Kouga and Yuna's Cloths, only to be defeated in a fierce battle. Weary and alone, the young Saints find a new light of hope in the Pegasus constellation, which reveals a message from the legendary Seiya: "To you, I entrust Athena!"
The Bronze Saints reach a snow-covered land, which causes Yuna to reminisce about her days as a Saint apprentice and her mentor, the kind Peacock Pavlin. Sensing her mentor near, Yuna rushes to her encounter, only to realize Pavlin's allegiance is to Mars. Disciple and master engage in a fierce duel, later Yuna realizes it was Pavlin testing her, as her mentor reveals she is truly loyal to Athena Saori, and informs Yuna she is still alive and being held hostage by Mars. As Yuna prepares to rejoin her fellow Bronze Saints, both female Saints are surrounded by traitorous Silver Saints. Pavlin stays behind to cover Yuna's escape, seemingly losing her life.
The Bronze Saints manage to reach the Earth Ruins, however it is guarded by a Silver Saint and his Golems. Fortunately, the managed to come across Hydra Ichi who managed to escape. The Saints attack together but it is revealed to be a trap! Ichi has betrayed them for the right to bear a Silver Cloth, and has now become Hydrus Ichi. Lamenting that he could never be as good of a Saint as Seiya and the other legendary Bronzes, he attacks the team. However, Koga defeats him and opens his eyes as Haruto and Aria stop the Earth Ruins.
At the Star of Destiny'sEdit
Resuming their journey, the Bronze Saints eventually are tracked down by a small cadre of Martians. Running away from them to protect Aria, the teenagers reach a small but lively city, where Yuna fails to purchase a ship ticket as her purse fell during their escape. In order to rise money for ship fare, the Saints eventually find a job thanks to a kind old man who takes them to his wife's restaurant, where the youngsters prove they are not up to the challenge, much to the woman's chagrin. Later, the Martians are able to find the Saints and a fierce battle ensues. After achieving victory, the young Saints receive a resounding ovation from the crowd, and are given another chance at the restaurant.
Raki and Cloth repairerEdit
Yuna,Koga,Souma and Aria arrive to a desert area, in which they meet a young girl from the people of Jamir, called Raki, who at first attacks them. After realizing they are Saints, by tradition connected to the people of Jamir, Raki takes them through a shortcut to avoid the desert areas, only to be greeted by the challenge of Kerberos Dorie, who seeks to capture Aria. Managing to defeat Dorie after a difficult battle, the Bronze Saints resume their journey, bidding farewell to their young benefactor, who later is joined by her mentor, Appendix Kiki, the former apprentice of the legendary Aries Mu, now a young man, who realizes the Bronze Saints are the new embodiment of hope in this era.
Yuna,Koga,Souma and Aria reach the Fire Ruins where Souma once again comes across the murderer of his father, Hornet Sonia. Souma engages her in a giant battle with her but his anger continues to lose his own focus and is unable to hit her. The battle proves fruitless until Kouga manages to convince him to control his emotions. This allows Souma to finally injure Sonia, forcing her to escape. After stopping the ruins, Souma realizes that he cannot stay with the team until he has settled things with Sonia and departs on his own.
Water RuinsEditKouga, Yuna and Aria arrive at Old Five Peaks where they feel a warm and powerful Cosmo. Haruto appears saying the Cosmo belongs to the former Dragon Saint Shiryu, Ryuho's father. Shortly afterward, the teens suffer the assault of the ferocious Perseus Mirfak, who turns them to stone, with the exception of Ryuho, who barely manages to defeat Mirfak, repeating the miraculous feat his father performed years ago against Perseus Algol. Continuing their journey, the Saints trespass the Lushan waterfall with the help of the Libra Gold Cloth, only to be greeted by the challenge of a mysterious young man named Genbu, who takes the Libra Gold Cloth as his rightful heirloom, as he reveals himself to be the Libra Gold Saint.
Eden reappears and manages to retake Aria, leaving Yuna and Kouga alone on their journey, demoralized by their failure to protect their friend. Along the way, Yuna and Kouga separate, meanwhile Eden and Aria reminisce about the happy days they shared during their childhood. Kouga later meets a young man who first mocks his weakness, luring the teen Saint into a fight. Kouga later realizes the man to be the owner of an immense Cosmo, and turns out to be Hyōga (Omega), one of the legendary Saints who protected Earth from great menaces many years ago. Hyōga manages to teach Kouga that to reach the true potential of his Cosmo, he must first believe in himself. After learning Hyōga's lesson, Kouga rejoins Yuna and both resume their way with renewed resolve.
Invading the Enemy CampEdit
The young Bronze Saints decide to invade Mars' stronghold to rescue Aria. The teenagers carry out their plan, finding strong opposition in the enemy lines. During a moment of desperate need, the Bronze Saints receive the assistance of Lionet Souma, who rejoins them, stronger than before, thanks to further training under Unicorn Jabu, the Bronze Saint. The Saints reach Aria's chambers, only to find she has left. Not all is lost, as Souma is able to retrieve the Southern Cross Cloth's Clothstone, which belonged to his father Kazuma, after defeating Hornet Sonia, his killer.
Knowing of Aria's whereabouts, the Bronze Saints set off to invade the final ruins, followed by Ophiuchus Shaina, who joins them. Before parting, Shaina reveals to Koga the secret of his origin, as well as Aria's. Inside the ruins, the Bronze Saints face the threat of powerful Silver Saints, while Koga engages Orion Eden to free Aria. Shaina takes Aria and with her help, they are able to vanquish Mars' dominion over the area. As Mars' power vanishes, the ruins crumble, and the bronze Saints realize Mars' dark power is emerging from the debris of the structure.
Yuna, Haruto, and Ryuho all awaken in a large, dark area. They look around, and eventually find an exit, a large door labelled "Regret and Atonement". They are unsure of what lies beyond the door, but it is the only exit they have, so they go to push it open, only to be sucked into an illusion where they are confronted with their regrets. Yuna, by a childhood friend, Riene, in her old village before the war destroyed it. Yuna is haunted by her past, having left her home village shortly before it was raided and everyone was killed. At first overcome with grief, Yuna eventually accepts the fact her past cannot be changed, and resolves to dedicate herself to ensuring she can protect her future.
Yuna, Koga, Souma, Ryuho and Haruto are easily defeated even after using their strongest attacks, but Aria resolves to fight and her Cosmo then resonates with the Elemental Cores merging together into a staff with which Aria can protect the Saints from Mars' Darkness as well as empower them. Mars is pushed back by Aria's light but then throws an energy lance and impales Aria. Mars then takes the staff along with Aria's light before departing with Sonia and an horrified Eden. A dying Aria asks the Saints to stop Mars and save the world, before being transported out of the Ruins with Aria's body falling into the abyss.
New Battle 12 Zodiac HouseEdit
After briefly mourning the death of Aria, Yuna and the other the Bronze Saints prepare to enter the Twelve Zodiac Temples. They are greeted by Aries Kiki, who explains the situation and how they are to proceed. Taking him for an enemy, Kouga attacks Kiki, who responds by restoring the Pegasus Cloth and also revealing to them the crucial secret of the Seventh Sense
With their cloths repaired and upgraded, Yuna and the other saints arrive at the Taurus Temple to discover Kouga battling Taurus Harbinger. Yuna and Souma try to fight Harbinger together, but the Gold Saint easily brushes off their attacks. Harbinger list all the bones he will be targeting in the Bronze Saints' body and proceeded to make true of his words, easily overpowering his opponents and breaking Yuna's collarbone in the process. When the Bronze Saints refuse to let their broken bones stop them from fighting, an impressed Harbinger deems Kouga as someone worthy of crushing. The two traded blows for a short while which culminated in an explosive clash between the Greatest Horn and the Pegasus Ryu Sei Ken. When the dust settled, Kouga realized at the other Bronze Saints had disappeared. He tells Kouga that the rewarded the other Bronze Saints for their bravery in the fight against him by sending them "flying" with the Greatest Horn
Aquila Yuna arrives at the Cancer Temple, greeted by the deathly atmosphere of the gates of Praesepe. The guardian of the Temple, Cancer Schiller, engages her in battle, reminiscing about his past and motives for his allegiance to Mars. Aiming for Yuna's defeat, Schiller tries to break her morale by toying with her psyche, having Yuna fight her deceased friends Arné and Komachi. To avoid fighting her friends, Yuna tries to attack Schiller directly. However, she is hit by Schiller's ultimate move, Sekishiki Meikai Ha, which sends Yuna to a dark and barren land. Thanks to Schiller's Praesepe Underworld Waves, Yuna leaves the earthly plane and finds herself in the deathly Hill to the Land of Spirits. Terrified by the sight of the souls of the deceased and visions of her sordid past, Yuna cowers until the arrival of Pegasus Kouga, who suffers her same fate, and losing his temper due to Schiller's mockery of Aria's death, Kouga is consumed by the darkness Cosmo inside him. Managing to calm down Kouga, Yuna engages the Cancer Gold Saint in battle once again, and drawing from her bonds to Aria and her comrades, she finally finds the strength to miraculously awake to the Seventh Sense.
Upon arriving at the next temple, Haruto and Souma are confronted by Virgo Fudo, a gold saint whose Cosmo surpasses that of all the Gold Saints in the earlier temples. Yuna, Kouga, and Ryūhō join the battle in time to save their friends from a crushing defeat. But even the combined powers of the five Bronze Saints is no match for Fudo. When all hope seems lost, Eden arrive at the last minute and protects them from one of Fudo's technique.
Road To Libra HouseEdit
Freed from the Virgo Temple, the other Bronze Saints attempted to proceed to the Libra Temple. Unfortunately, they are confronted by Tokisada, the newly appointed Aquarius Saint and the man who killed Haruto's brother. His apparent ability to control time makes him a powerful adversary and Kouga is defeated with little effort. After the timely arrival of Libra Genbu, who reveals his true allegiance to Athena, Yuna stands on the sidelines as the two gold saints clash in battle. Following Tokisada's defeat, Ryuho and Haruto are absorbed into Tokisada's final attack. Realizing they cannot afford to stop, Yuna and the others leave Genbu to proceed to the next temple.
Arriving at the Scorpio temple, Yuna and the bronze saints discovered the newly christened Scorpio Sonia, who threatens to end their journey. Souma urges Kouga and Yuna to go on, claiming Sonia's life belongs to him. The remaining bronze saints then proceed to the Sagittarius temple, only to discover it devoid of a guardian, finding only a cryptic message left by a man named Aiolos.
Kōga and Yuna reach the House of Capricorn where they meet Ionia and learn from him his reasons for betraying Athena. After succeeding to repress the Darkness Cosmo in his heart, Kōga awakens to the Seventh Sense and must face the full power of the Palaestra's former Headmaster.
The Bronze Saints finally arrive to the Temple of Pisces, guarded by the ruthless Pisces Amor. After separating Koga and Yuna from the others, Amor summons Mars' strongest warriors, the Four Heavenly Kings to fight the others, as he forces Yuna to watch her friends being attacked without resisting, Koga is restrained by a special attack that can only be broken by Darkness Cosmo as part of Medea's plan to have him unleash the cursed power he keeps dormant within him. Yuna stays behind to battle the Pisces Saint and protect the others who exhausted themselves in the battle to defeat the Heavenly Kings.
Battle Of Planet MarsEdit
Kiki, Harbinger, Fudo, and Genbu use their Cosmo to send Yuna, Souma, Ryuho and Haruto to Mars. As he finally reunites with Saori, Koga is overcome by the darkness Cosmo and possessed by the God of Darkness, Abzu, and kills Amor in one single blow. As the possessed Koga proceeds to kill Athena with his own hands, Yuna, Souma, Ryuho and Haruto try to have him return to his senses without success, until Eden stands in his way. Fragments of the staff combined with Yuna, Souma, Ryuho and Haruto Cosmo awaken Seiya, who was trapped in the depths of the red planet waiting for a chance to stop Abzu's plans. The gold saint confronts Abzu and manages to drive him from Koga's body. The God of Darkness then flees away with Athena, and with Koga's Pegasus Cloth shattered, Seiya lends the Sagittarius Cloth to him and the young saint rushes after Abzu to rescue her. Abzu tries to have Koga under his control once more with no success and his attempts to kill Saori are stopped by his desperate efforts.
Once feeling the radiance of his Cosmo, Yuna, Souma, Ryuho, Haruto and Eden send the last of their energies to assist him. Infused with the power of his companions and protected by Aria's light, Koga manages to rescue Saori and destroy Abzu for good. As Earth regains the Cosmo that was siphoned from it, the planet returns to normal and the corruption that has spread into the Saints' bodies is washed away. After a brief encounter with Aria's spirit, Koga returns to reunite with the others.
New WarEditYuna arrives at Jamir, but upon having her cloth restored, she finds herself unable to use it and Kiki claims that it is due to her indecision that is wavering her Cosmo. However, when Raki is attacked by two Pallasites Third Class, Yuna finally gains the resolve to awaken her new Aquila Cloth and fight once more as the Aquila Saint with the help of Souma in his new Lionet Cloth. Yuna and the others learn that a Pallasite is after Ryuho and rush to assist him, but when Ryuho finds himself struggling to protect his mother Shunrei from the enemy, his renewed determination awakens his true power as the Dragon Saint and the new Dragon Cloth.
Ryuho, Souma, and Yuna arrive to a village whose survivors of the Pallasite Halimede's attack are under Shun's protection. Among them is Ray, a child whose brother was also frozen by Halimede and blames Shun for it. Halimede instructs Ray to steal the Andromeda Cloth Stone from Shun with the promise of having his brother return to normal, but when the enemy intends to kill both, Shun brings the power of his cloth to the next level.
Yuna Ryuho, and Souma return to the Palaestra which is full of refugees from the villages attacked by the Pallasites and rendezvous with their friends. Genbu approaches the Bronze Saints and, noticing how much their cloths are damaged, reprimands them for relying too much on them instead of their own abilities. When a large enemy force led by the secondary Pallasite Aegir surrounds the Palaestra, Genbu decides to face it head on by himself, while taking the opportunity to share with Koga and the others what he has learned from his teacher, the previous Libra Saint.
Battle Of Pallas BeldaEdit
To increase his power for his rematch against Yuna and Souma, Methone uses a dreadful item given to him by Europa to kill his sister Ymir and drain her Cosmo, and the two Bronze Saints must combine their strengths against the empowered Pallasite, as they reminisce upon the day they first met.
On their way to the palace, Koga and his friends meet Celeris, who fights to protect the refugees with the Equuleus Cloth, despite taking heed of the dreaded curse that befalls whoever dons it. They also meet Selene, a young girl who takes care of all the humans who hide underground who has not been frozen in time, and Eden, with something to protect, has to fight Thebe once again, while Subaru and Celeris encounter Hati and have a short battle with him.
Yuna and her friends approach Pallas' fortress, Mira appears before them again, but Ikki arrives in the nick of time to protect them. After the Pallasite flees, Ikki reveals to the other Bronze Saints that Pallas is not their greatest enemy, but an even greater foe who is manipulating the whole conflict from the shadows.
Pallas Castle GateEdit
Shortly after entering the castle of his enemy, the army apostrophe by Europe causes them (causing a reaction and martial disappointment Subaru and several Bronze Saints) and also presents the four possible routes to Pallas.
Battle Of Pallas CastleEdit
Yuna, Koga and Souma advance through the first path while Shun stays behind to deal with the enemy reinforcements. However, the Secondary Pallasite Surtr blocks their path enveloped in a defensive barrier that seems impenetrable, until Shun catches up with them and realizes the secret behind the enemy's trick. Koga, Souma, Yuna, and Shun encounter the Primary Pallasite Aegaeon who wants to test the Bronze Saints' powers himself. After telling the Saints about how Ikki put his life on the line to crack Aegaeon's sword, Shun has a hard time fighting him until Koga, Souma, and Yuna keep fighting the Pallasite, defending Shun. Burning his Cosmo to the maximum, Koga manages to give Aegaeon a crack to his sword, before Ikki arrives to save the Bronze Saints, taking over the battle. Ikki fights Aegaeon while Koga, Souma, Yuna, and Shun keep moving onward. During the battle, Ikki and Aegaeon sustain grievous wounds
Yuna and Friend reach the battlefield Gold saints and Gallia after Integra and Paradox combine their Cosmo, and destroy Europa's trick with the Another Dimension. The young Bronze Saints face off against Gallia on their own, allowing the Gold Saints and Athena to move forward towards Pallas. Although Gallia's Photontector and Bushin Photon Sword seem impervious to harm Subaru once more calls on the mysterious powerful Cosmo to break through Gallia's offensive and actually damage the sword, convincing the others to call upon their own cosmos, transforming their New Cloths into the more powerful Omega Cloths, and together the six Bronze Saints defeat Gallia.
Yuna, Koga, Souma, Ryuho, Haruto, Eden and Subaru investigate what they believe to be the final resting place of Shiryu, Kiki, and Fudo, who sacrificed themselves to defeat Hyperion, but they discover that while the Tenchi Destruction Slash has been destroyed, Hyperion has survived with barely a scratch. Koga and his friends must use their new Omega Cloths to take down Hyperion for good. During the battle, Subaru's great and powerful Cosmo once again surfaces to everyone's surprise, along with the proclamation that he is a god. However, after seemingly defeating Hyperion, a strange voice talks to him from within and he starts to lose it until Hyperion launches Subaru into a wall, stealing his time with the Chrono Destruction, horrifying Koga and the others.
As Subaru's time is taken away by the Chrono Destruction, Koga, Yuna, Souma, Ryuho, Haruto, and Eden confront Hyperion while Subaru's mind awakens in an unknown place, greeted by a mysterious figure. Meanwhile, his friends keep fighting to protect Subaru despite Hyperion attacks them with full power, until they finally attain the true power of Omega by elevating their Cosmo to the next level, the Macro Cosmo. Donning their new Omega Cloths, the Saints overpower Hyperion and guided by their light, Subaru returns to life. However, once the Pallasite is defeated for good, the shadow following Subaru warns him of the risks of mere humans attaining a power equal to the gods before leaving, and Subaru recognizes the mysterious figure as himself, much to his astonishment.
Battle Of Pallas ChamberEdit
Yuna ,Koga, Souma, Ryuho, Haruto, Eden and Subaru finally reach Pallas Chamber. Yuna and other see battle between Seiya and Titan. A critically injured Harbinger warns the young saints not to interrupt Seiya's fight. Titan attacks with all his Cosmo, just to be wounded by Seiya's arrow. Pallas intervenes to protect Titan and Saori then reconciles with her, seeing how she has reformed after assuming her love for him. However, Europe appears and uses the curse laid on the goddesses to drain their Cosmo and pours it on Subaru, who is revealed to be the Pallasites' true master: Saturn. Europe also reveals his true chronotector cloth that is much superior than Titan's and Seiya's cloth and cosmos that is able to deflect their punches from his body.
Subaru awakens as Saturn, the God of Time, the one who bestowed the Pallasites their Chrono Tectors and Great Swords. Donning his own Chrono Tector, Saturn, accompanied by Europa and Mira, reveals that he had descended to Earth and erased his past memories to live among mankind and determine their worthiness. Having regained his former self, he then declares that humanity no longer deserves to remain on the Earth and uses his powers to freeze all of its inhabitants, before retreating to his heavenly palace with Europe and Mira. Determined to make Saturn pay and have Subaru return to normal, Seiya and the young saints depart to confront him in the sky.
Battle Of Saturn PalaceEdit
Seated on his throne, Saturn attends the arrival of Saints Athena. The Bronze Saints swoop down on him and unable to touch. Saturn wants to finish but Seiya intervenes but does not weight either. Saturn mocks the Omega. Koga then rises. Saturn is aware of the tenacity of the human and the fact that they always repeat the same mistakes. He wants to complete with his sacred sword. Seiya stops the offensive with his Cosmic Star Arrow. Seiya told Koga that Bronze Saints can't defeat Saturn because they still see Subaru. The Power of Omega is useless because it is born out of their desire to help Subaru.Seiya throws himself on Saturn. His Gold Cloth breaks against the attacks of Saturn. He then launches into a final assault and reaches near Saturn. Seiya with the dagger that is capable of killing gods. He then pierced Saturn with the dagger.Saturn's chronotector started cracking. Saturn then said that the dagger can kill a god but he's the god of time therefore he's indestructible. Seiya moved away from Saturn only to be pierced by Saturn. The Sagittarius cloth retain it's form indicating Seiya's dead.
The Gold Cloth of Sagittarius points his arrow on Saturn but God destroyed. The Bronze Saints are determined to avenge Seiya . They pounce on Saturn launching powerful attacks but Saturn guess their actions and is protected by the stars .
Ryuho , Haruto , Yuna and Soma attacks Saturn to protect Eden and Koga. Eden states that the memories Subaru still exist in Saturn and constitute a fault. Saturn wanted to live as a human and sought companions. He asks Pegasus again live the memories of Subaru friendship. Saturn uses the Chrono Eternal Conclusion that freezes the whole time the inhabitants of the Earth. Saints in the temple are defeated and their Cloths are destroyed. When all seems lost, Athena gathers the Cosmo of all the other Saints to restore Kouga, who rises again as the ultimate Omega Saint, determined to stop the God of Time once and for all.
- Like its predecessor Marin, Yuna is able to read in the stars.
- Blast Typhoon (Burasuto Taifu): Yuna spins her body accumulating wind and then she shoots a small twister at the enemy.
- Divine Tornado (Dibain Torunedo): She accumulates wind around her leg and it bursts into a flurry of tornado grade winds that leave blossom like petals after hitting the target.
- Aquila Spinning Predation: Yuna gives a great leap and launched against the opponents head, turning on itself at high speed, while creating strong wind currents that surround it, giving a manner similar to a comet that is fast approaching towards the target, hitting him with great force. In some of her battles, Yuna flies towards the opponent projecting a kick.
- Aquila Shining Blast: One of Yuna's most powerful techniques. Yuna builds her Cosmos in her legs, then kicks the air toward the opponent, throwing her Cosmos to them in the form of an eagle. Then the eagle strikes her opponent, triggering a massive and violent tornado engulfing the opponent.
- Tornado Storm: Yuna rotates on its axis to create a powerful tornado around.
- Aquila Fly Tornado: Improved version of Divine Tornado. Yuna turns upside down and with expanded legs, creating a powerful tornado around her, then launches towards the opponent. This technique can be combined with Lionet Burst Flame Bomber, Rozan Sen Ryu Ha, and Wolf's Rock Dead Howling.
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Predecessors and successorsEdit
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- Similar to Crane Yuzuriha, Yuna openly chooses not to wear a mask. Despite this open defiance of Athena's laws, she is never called out on her behavior, even treated with nothing more than a question by her mentor Pavlin.
- Curiously, Toei Animation has made Aquila and Orion Bronze Saints when the original series Orion and Eagle are Silver Saints.
- Yuna's character was included in the group of main characters at the request of Masami Kurumada, who wanted a heroine among the protagonists.
- Despite wearing the same cloth as Eagle Marin, Yuna's saint title is directly referred to as "Aquila Yuna".
- In Saint Seiya: Ultimate Cosmo, Yuna's version of Poseidon's Marina Scale is the only one to differ from the normal design, making alterations to accomodate her female design.
- The original design for Yuna was rejected as being "too cute", leading her to be redesigned to appear stronger.