Gaia is the Primordial Goddess of the Earth and one of the most powerful deities in Saint Seiya. With her might, she created both Uranus, the Primordial God of the Skies, and Pontos, the Primordial God of the Seas, as well as Erebus and Eros, and with the former gave birth to the Titans.
She is an unusual figure, and her alignment is hard to define. After her husband fell into tyranny, she gave her son Cronus the power to slay him, and when the young Titan became a despot like his father, she allied with her grandson Zeus, giving him the power to defeat the Titans.
Later, she tried to overthrow Zeus himself by mating with Tartarus and giving birth to the monster Typhon, but was defeated by the combined might of the Olympians. Then, as punishment, Zeus sealed Gaia's body in the depths of the underworld, so that the Goddess could never resurrect with full power.
Powers and Stats
Origin: Saint Seiya
Age: Older than the Universe
Classification: Deity, Protogenos, Primordial Greek God, Goddess of the Earth
Powers and Abilities: 7th, 8th and 9th Sense User, Dunamis and Eschatos Dunamis User, Abstract Existence, Immortality (Types 1, 3, 4 and 8), Regeneration (Mid-Godly), Superhuman Physical Characteristics, Quantic level Creation, Destruction, Manipulation and Restoration, Spiritual Manipulation, Spatial Manipulation, Time Manipulation, Concept Manipulation, Reality Warping, Causality Manipulation, Acausality, Fate Manipulation and likely Several Others
Attack Potency: Multiverse level+ (In order for her seal to be broken and for Gaia to be revived, Pontos and Mnemosyne required the Cosmos of 11 Titans, one of them being Cronus. Created Typhon alongside Tartarus)
Speed: Massively FTL+
Lifting Strength: Immeasurable
Striking Strength: Multiversal+
Durability: Multiverse level+
Standard Equipment: None notable
Intelligence: She is highly intelligent. Able to create sentient beings at will, manipulated both the war against Uranus and the Titanomachy without anyone realizing.
Weaknesses: She is not as powerful without her true body.