Poseidon

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This is about the God Poseidon in the "Saint Seiya" universe. For info on Julian Solo, his Classic incarnation, click here. For info on Seraphina, his receptacle in "Lost Canvas", click here. For info on Poseidon's Scale, click here.

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Poseidon
Characteristics
Title

God of the Seas

Age

Unknown (mythic), 16 (as Julian Solo)

Height

177 cm

Weight

59 kg

Date of Birth

March 21 (as Julian Solo)

Bloodtype

O

Birthplace

Greece

Cloth

Poseidon's Scale

Techniques

N/A

Affiliations
Army

Mariners

Debuts
Manga Debut

The Undersea Temple

Anime Debut

The Emperor of the seas, Poseidon! Holy War Once Again

Portrayal
Japanese Voice

Keiichi Nanba

English Voice


Contents

Background & Personality

Meanwhile, at the hall of justice...


Poseidon is the God of Seas and Earthquakes in Saint Seiya Universe, as well as one of the three strongest characters in the series, besides Hades and Zeus. Poseidon rules over Atlantis and the seven seas on planet Earth. He is the primary antagonist of the Poseidon Saga, but a powerful ally during the Hades Saga.

Biography

Like other original gods, Poseidon was born of Kronos, the King of the Titans. After Zeus rescued him, Poseidon and Hades helped Zeus take down his father and take control of the Universe.

He has yet to show his physical form, but he is currently residing in the body of Julian Solo, his reincarnation. But because he was possessing a human body,he can access only one tenth of his true power.

After he had awoken and took over Solo's body, he raised catastrophies on Earth and attacked Athena and her saints.

Powers

Poseidon is no doubt one of the most powerful characters in Saint Seiya Universe. He controls the natural disasters in the world that is related with water and earthquakes. He was so power that he was able to put the entire world into a disaster with floods and endless rain.In fact at full power, Poseidon was said by Thanatos to rival Zeus in power and way above Athena and Hades.

Appearances

References

Gods
Gods of Olympus
Zeus · Poseidon · Athena · Apollo · Artemis · Hades · Ares · Chronos  · Hypnos · Thanatos
Gods in other works
Greek Athena (Lost Canvas) · Athena (Omega) · Eris · Eris(Saintia Sho)  · Abel  · Gaia  · Pontos  · Typhon  · Oneiros  · Phantasos  · Ikelos  · Morpheus  · Phobetor  · Kairos  ·
Roman Mars  · Diana  · Bacchus  · Vulcanus  · Romulus  · Pallas  · Saturn
Norse Odin  · Loki
Diverse Gods Lucifer · Abzu · Other Gods
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