Boötes Bayer (牛飼い座のバイエル, Ushikai-za no Baieru) is the Silver Saint in the constellation Boötes in Saint Seiya Omega. He was initially loyal to the God Mars, but after his defeat, sides with Athena. Bayer can use the element of fire.
When Koga , Souma , Yuna , Haruto , Ryuho and Shaina come close to the Thunder Ruins, Bayer is the first to address them. Ryuho decides to face him, allowing his teammates to move towards the ruins. Shortly after Bayer is defeated, Shaina destroys the core of Thunder Ruins with the help of Aria.
Plot (New Cloth-Hen)Edit
Bayer later returns as one of Athena's Silver Saints during the war against Pallas (Omega). Bayer is one of the Saints participating the in the defense of Palestra, which received refugees from villages attacked by Pallasites.
Final War Againts SaturnEdit
Saturn uses the Chrono Eternal Conclusion that freezes the whole time the inhabitants of the Earth.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.
After Koga's clash against Saturn, peace is established as the humans begin to rebuild everything after the War.
Origin of the NameEdit
Its name comes from Johann Bayer, a German astronomer and lawyer. He was born in Rain, Bavaria in 1572. He began his study of philosophy in Ingolstadt in 1592, and moved later to Augsburg, to work as a lawyer. His interest in astronomy began during his stay in Augsburg. He ultimately became legal advisor to the board of the city of Augsburg in 1612 and died in 1625. Bayer is most famous for his Uranometria star atlas, published in 1603 and it was the first atlas covering the entire celestial sphere. This paper introduced a new system to designate the stars, which has become known as the nomenclature or designation, Bayer, and the introduction of various modern constellations. The Bayer crater on the Moon was named in his honor.
ConstellationEditBoötes is a constellation in the northern sky, located between 0° and +60° declination, and 13 and 16 hours of right ascension on the celestial sphere. The name comes from the Greek Βοώτης, Boōtēs, meaning herdsman or plowman (literally, ox-driver; from boos, related to the Latin bovis, “cow”). The "ö" in the name is a diaeresis, not an umlaut, meaning that each 'o' is to be pronounced separately.
Boötes was one of the 48 constellations described by the 2nd century astronomer Ptolemy and is now one of the 88 modern constellations. It contains the fourth brightest star in the night sky, Arcturus. Boötes is home to many other bright stars, including eight above the fourth magnitude and an additional 21 above the fifth magnitude, making a total of 29 stars easily visible to the naked eye. Epsilon Boötis, also known as Izar or Pulcherrima, is the brightest multiple star and popular because of the contrasting colours of the component stars.
- Bayer Whips: Technique offense-defense used by Bayer . The Silver Cloth Bootes carries three whips as weapons, one in the right hand one on the left and one in the center of town. The user, in this case Bayer, the insulfa with the power of his cosmos, these take an orange vaz by such use of the fire element and sends violently toward his rival, and sweeping through anything in its path. When these whips reach its target, trap and squeeze tightly to suffocate.
- Bayer is a popular German name, meaning "of Bavaria." Probably a reference to Johann Bayer , famous German astronomer, although not related to the constellation Bootes, as this existed since antiquity.