Balron Lune (天英星バルロンのルネ, Ten'eisei Baruron no Rune) is a character first introduced during the original Saint Seiya Manga, namely during the Hades Arc. He is one of the Celestial Specters of Hades, and the personal assistance of the Judge of the Underworld Minos. Despite being in the intermediary rank among Hades's specters, his power is comparable to that of a Gold Saint.
Powers and Stats
Name: Balrog Lune of the Celestial Wise Star
Origin: Saint Seiya
Age: 20 (Classic and Lost Canvas) physically, thousands of years mentally
Classification: Human, Specter of Hades
Powers and Abilities: Superhuman Physical Characteristics, 7th Sense User, Atomic Destruction and Restoration, Energy Manipulation, Fire Manipulation, Immortality, Mind Reading, Telepathy, Physical Restriction (Can render the opponent motionless with Reincarnation), Destroying Minds, Can travel between the Earth and the Underworld
Speed: Massively FTL+
Lifting Strength: Multi-Stellar
Striking Strength: Multi-Solar System Class
Durability: Multi-Solar System level
Stamina: Nearly limitless
Standard Equipment: Balrog Surplice, Whip of Fire (A book where the sins of all humans are written)
Weaknesses: He cares a lot for Minos and Hades's respect and can quickly lose his mind if he thinks he disappointed them.
- Whip of Fire: Despite the name, Lune's whip is not made of fire, that being merely a reference to the Balrog Monster. Instead, intense waves of violet Cosmo flow through the Specters Whip, allowing it to not only possess immense reach but also to be powerful enough to carve through the body of enemies, even those who have the 7th Sense. Lune's favorite method of using it is to immobilize the opponent by wrapping the whip's length around him, and then through his Cosmo exerting enough pressure so that the enemy's body bursts completely, leaving nothing but a mass of blood and guts behind.
- Reincarnation: Focusing his Cosmo on the palm of his hands, Lune fires a potent wave of energy aimed at the opponent's mind. At first, the enemy's senses are weakened, rendering him entirely motionless. Then the enemy is slowly rendered broken as images of every sin that he committed over his entire life, no matter how small, flashes through is mind. At the end of the process, the opponent's mind is left destroying, and Lune them sends his soul to the appropriate location of the underworld