Scutum Ennead (盾座（スキュータム）のエネアド, Sukyūtamu no Eneado) is the Silver Saint of the Scutum constellation in Saint Seiya Omega. He is one of the guardians of the Mars Castle. Ennéade can use the element of Earth.
When Koga and Yuna tried to infiltrate in the Mars Castle to rescue Aria , they were faced by several Martians Soldiers. The noises caused by the fight abruptely waked Ennead from his sleep. Koga and Yuna tried to attack Ennead several times, but his Cloth proved to have an unmatchable defense. When everything was seemingly lost for the young Saints, Souma appeared, and attacked Ennead with his recently acquired new technique, the Lionet Bomber, which suceeded in trespassing Ennead "perfect" defense, smashing the large Silver Saint against a wall.
Plot (New Cloth-Hen)Edit
In the second season of Omega, it's revealed that Ennead survived his fight against Soma, and after the defeat of Mars, returned to become a warrior on the side of Athena once more.
Ennead wearing the new version ofCloth Shield</span> , whose last user was Jan during the twentieth century. This version of the armor is no longer stored in the famous Pandora boxes, but in crystals called Clostones , loaded with the Silver Saints in a personal way.
- Perfect Square (パーフェクトスクウェア, Pāfekuto Sukuwea): Technique really simple and purely defensive in which Ennead protects your body from attacks by creating a strong rival silver shield with forearms and knees of his armor.
ConstellationEditScutum is a small constellation introduced in the seventeenth century. Its name is Latin for shield. Scutum is the only constellation that owes its name to a non-classical historical figure. It was created in 1684 by Polish astronomer Johannes Hevelius (Jan Heweliusz), who originally named it Scutum Sobiescianum (Shield of Sobieski) to commemorate the victory of the Polish forces led by King John III Sobieski (Jan III Sobieski) in the Battle of Vienna in 1683. Later, the name was shortened to Scutum.
Five bright stars of Scutum (α Sct, β Sct, δ Sct, ε Sct and η Sct) was a latter designation of 1,6,2,3 and 9 Aquilae.
- Ennead is a word that comes from Greek and means "collection of nine things". Usually refers to a group of nine Egyptian deities worshiped in Heliopolis, formed by the dies Atum, Shu, Tefnut, Geb, Nut, Osiris, Isis, Seth and Nephthys.