Aquarius Camus was the Gold Saint in the constellation Aquarius in Saint Seiya.
Powers and Stats
Tier: 3-C | 3-C
Name: Aquarius Camus
Origin: Saint Seiya
Age: 13 (Episode G), 20 - 24 (Classic)
Classification: Human, Gold Saint
Powers and Abilities: Superhuman Physical Characteristics, 7th and 8th sense user, Can travel and cross through dimensions, Can attack non-physical beings, Higher senses to track people and events over large distances and possibly through dimensions, Atom Manipulation and Destruction (Can bypass durability by hitting the atoms of the opponent), Can counter or nullify any technique after seeing it being used once, Through the 8th sense he has total control over soul and body in the spirit realm allowing him to resurrect, Ice Manipulation, Absolute Zero freezing, Telepathy, Telekinesis, Flight/Levitation.
Lifting Strength: Multi-Stellar (Powerscaling) | Multi-Stellar+
Striking Strength: Galactic | Galactic
Durability: Galaxy level | Galaxy level
Stamina: Nearly limitless (Can fight for 1000 days)
Range: Galactic | Galactic
Standard Equipment: Aquarius Gold Cloth/Aquarius Surplice
Weaknesses: None notable.
- Diamond Dust: Camus slows the motion of the atoms in the air to quickly lower the surrounding temperature, generating a rain of deadly ice projectiles to launch at his targets.
- Kol'tso: Camus launches rings of icy wind from his index finger that encircles the body of the target, stopping its movements.
- Freezing Coffin: Seals the target in a block of ice that is so cold that Camus claims that the combined efforts of all twelve Gold Saints would be unable to destroy it. However, it has a great deal of setup time so it is unsuitable for moving targets. In the Hades Arc the Judge Minos breaks the Ice Wall (equal in resistance at Freezing Coffin) of Hyoga with a blow. In Episode G Aiolia breaks the Freezing Coffin with the Lightning Bolt.
- Aurora Execution: Camus's strongest technique. After placing his legs shoulder width apart with his arms outstretched in front of him, Camus raises his arms above his head, giving the appearance of a vase filled with water (symbol of Aquarius, the source of life supported by Ganymede), while the representation of the sign of Aquarius appears behind him. When Camus lowers his arms the jug of gold that appears on his head pours the water of life represented by his Cosmos that quickly becomes a glacial beam that reaches a temperature of -273 ° C.
Key: Base | 8th Sense