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Crystal Saint
Crystal Saint Profile
Naming
Japanese クリスタルセイント[1]
Romanization Kurisutaruseinto
Alias(es)
General Information
Classification Saint of Athena
Deity Athena
Cloth
Memorial Crystal Memorial
Black Cloth
God Cloth
Glory
Surplice
Scale
Kamui
God Robe
Galaxy
Soma
Ars Magna
Chronotector
Sacred Sword
Tattoo
Orb
Leaf
Nahual
Constellation Unnamed[2]
Evil Star
Star
Cosmoenergy Blue
Realm
Abilities shown Atomic destruction
Temperature manipulation
Named techniques Diamond Dust
Tō Kekken
Items used
Biographical Information
Age 19 years
Race Human
Gender Male
Place of birth Siberia
Place of training Siberia
Place of death Ice Pyramid outskirts, Siberia
Blood type
Zodiac sign Aquarius
Birthday February 3
Height
Weight
Master Aquarius Camus
Apprentice Cygnus Hyōga
Kraken Isaak
Family
Media
Debut SS: Episode 17
Appearances Saint Seiya: Animation
Japanese voice Michihiro Ikemizu
English voice Unknown
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The Crystal Saint is Cygnus Hyoga's and Kraken Isaac's master in the anime adaptation, as opposed to the manga, in which it is Aquarius Camus master. In the anime, Camus was Crystal Saint's master.

PersonalityEdit

Crystal Saint is a very honorable and righteous Saint.

ChronologyEdit

He was considered a threat by Pope Ares, who forced him into his control with his Genrou Maou ken technique. After an emotional battle with Hyoga, Crystal Saint takes his own life to stop Sanctuary from conquering the West Siberia

TechniquesEdit

  • Diamond Dust (ダイヤモンドダスト, Daiyamondo Dasuto)
  • Freezing Punch (凍結拳, Tōketsuken)

GalleryEdit

TriviaEdit

  • In the Hades Saga there is an inconsistency, as a memory of Hyoga shows that his master was Camus. In the manga, Crystal Saint does not exist and Hyoga was trained by Camus (who until then did not know that he was the Aquarius Gold Saint). Since then, in subsequent storylines or adaptations of past storylines, Crystal Saint is largely disregarded in favor of Camus as Hyoga's mentor, typically being omitted from flashbacks.

References Edit

  1. Alternative writing is 水晶聖闘士 (Suishō seinto), which roughly translates to "Crystal St. Warrior".
  2. He is argued by some to be the Corona Borealis saint, but is never officially attributed the title, nor is he part of the canon story.

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