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Saint Seiya Aquarius Camus - The Sorcerer of Water and Ice

Aquarius Camus is a character from Saint Seiya, a manga and anime series written and illustrated by Masami Kurumada. Named after Albert Camus, he is a Gold Saint and guardian of the temple of Aquarius. Camus's guardian constellation is Aquarius. His Gold Cloth represents this along with its associated myth: the beautiful youth Ganymede, loved by Zeus and carried off to Olympus to be his cupbearer, pouring water from his urn. Camus maintains a very stern expression due to his belief that, as the strongest among Athena's guards, he will cause others to panic if he shows any sign of exasperation.


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Saint Seiya is a Greek mythology-themed Japanese manga series by Masami Kurumada that was serialized in Weekly Shonen Jump from 1985 to 1990. The manga follows five valiant Saints (or Knights, in some adaptations) who are empowered by the mystical energy of the Cosmos. The Saints fight wearing sacred armor called Cloths, the designs of which derive from the various constellations the individual characters have adopted as their guardian symbols. The Saints have sworn to defend the reincarnation of the Greek goddess Athena in her battle against other Olympian gods who want to dominate Earth.

Camus, unlike the other Gold Saints, specialized his Cosmo energy not in create power by the movement of atoms, but by stopping the same movement. Due to this, his power consists not in destroying the matter, but in freezing it. Among those warriors who use this kind of ability, Camus is considered the stronger since he is the one who can lower more the movements, creating a lower temperature. Having mastered the seventh sense, Camus is able to achieve with ease almost the lowest possible temperature: Absolute Zero, while it is fully reached only by that surpasses his master. In the Hades Arc it seems Camus awakes the eighth sense as he is able to enter the Underworld.