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Minos tries to take out the village before he dies, but he is contained by Shion who leaves him no choice but to wait for death. Having used up all his blood, Albafica dies shortly after Minos.
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On their way, they are found by Hell's Watchdog Cerberus and Alone, who tries to lure the Pegasus Saint into his army and then reveals his plans to invade the Sanctuary.
As the last and most unexpected obstacle, Tenma is challenged by the ominous Gold Saint Virgo Asmita, who seems to doubt Athena's capacity to keep peace in the world. Meanwhile, Specters head towards Jamir and find themselves caught in Virgo Asmita's trap.
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Returning to life, Tenma, Yato and Yuzuriha are reunited with Hakurei, who explains the true purpose behind the fruits of the Sapindus tree: Virgo Asmita achieves this, and seals the attacking Specter's souls. Virgo Asmita then disappears, having apparently sacrificed his life in order to bless the rosary. Now, they find themselves face to face with Taurus Aldebaran, who proves to be capable of dealing with them with his arms crossed. While Aldebaran and Dohko patrol the Sanctuary's vicinity, Bennu Kagaho arrives, seeking revenge against the Libra Saint — however, he meets Taurus instead, and they start a furious battle: Bennu recalls old memories with the arrival of the Taurus Saint's disciples, and decides to take on his opponent with full power; on the other hand, Aldebaran decides to unleash his most powerful technique in order to end the battle.
During the night, peace is shaken: Alone himself invades the Sanctuary and wreaks destruction, forcing the Gold Saints into submission with his grand Cosmo. Sagittarius Sisyphus resists and shoots a golden arrow at Hades. The god deflects the arrow and it pierces alongside Sisyphus' heart leaving the gold saint comatose.
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Sasha then steps in to fight her older brother. Alone unleashes his guard dog Cerberus on Tenma and Sasha, but they evade the three headed dog. Tenma kills Cerberus but is rendered useless when trying to strike Alone. Pope Sage shows himself having surrounded Hades with hundreds of talismans he inherited from the previous Athena. It is revealed that Sage was the Gold Cancer Saint of the previous holy war, as Hades is weakened the power of the talismans.
As Sage prepare to seal Hades' soul, Pandora steps in renders the talismans useless and convinces Alone to leave. Before doing so, the unfinished Lost Canvas appears in the sky above and Alone reveals the world will end when his painting completely covers the sky. Having concerns whether it is Hades or Alone that is running the show, Pandora feels that Tenma must die in order for Hades to truly be in control.
Pandora sends two assassins: Bat Wimber and Dullhan Cube. Wimber's bats put everyone in the sanctuary to sleep. As the two Specters are about to kill Tenma, Taurus Aldebaran steps in having destroyed his hearing. The two Specters severely beat up the Taurus saint and reopen his wounds that were inflicted by Bennu Kagaho.
In the end he sacrifices his life and fends them both off, protecting Tenma. He is intercepted by Cancer Manigoldo and is incarcerated on Sage's orders as he is valuable in the fight against Hades. Hakurei returns to the sanctuary and convinces his brother Sage to let Tenma go. Yato and Yuzuriha break him out of his imprisonment and accompany him on the journey towards Hades' castle. Despite that, I found it very surprising how their relationship develops in the course of this series from bitter rivals, to cooperative partners that will always have each other's backs.
The series for this season is pretty well evenly paced and I like how it focuses on certain characters in certain episodes, and it's not just exclusively about Tenma.
Some of the Gold Saints have their own central episodes and you get to learn about them. Though they will only have short appearences, they do make a significant contribution to the progression of the story.
The villains are still pretty much the same from the Hades OAVs, but still have their own unique personalities and qualities in which they all stand out. The OAV ends at an understandable place and of course a sequel has been confirmed and the way it ends just makes you wish to watch that sequel already. I say this is a very good introduction in the same way the Hades Sanctuary Arc respectively was. Art and Animation As one can see, the original art design isn't done by Kurumada Masami.
However, he allowed a Shoujo author, Teshirogi Shiori, to do the art for this respective title for the original manga.
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The anime respectively follows that art style faithfully from what I've seen of pictures on the internet and magazines, and I'm of course saying this because I have yet to read the manga of Lost Canvas. The anatomy of the characters are still for the most part pretty slim with some buff guys here and there. The costume designs are of course very faithful to the original material so nobody can fault that. The hairstyles are thinner in comparison to Kurumada's style, but it still works in contrast to the bodies, faces, and heads.
The design of the villains are just as dark and yet still glossy as the Hades Chapter OAVs, but yet some of the characters have their own unique move sets and gimmicks. As for the action, it's much more fluid and there is more emphasis on direct hand-to-hand combat as opposed to relying on special moves. However, with a much lesser character roster, the match up appeal isn't really that present here except in just a couple of fights.
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Of course Tenma will have the Pegasus Ryuusei Ken and it's presented in a different angle and not much recycled animation is abused in this. The action is still explosive and exciting, and like I said before, doesn't go to a point where it gets ridiculously over the top. Of course in the tradition of Saint Seiya, it is rock with a good set of guitars as a hook, but the song itself is in perfect English.
And the qualities in terms of lyrics in what made Pegasus Fantasy and Megami no Senshi so presentable and catchy, and reflects what the show is about, and it's not just some song that's promoting the artist or song, it's about the show itself, and Saint Seiya is one of the rare products to have music like that. It's a very good anyway and has its own distinct energy that relfects the overall atmosphere of the series.
The general background music is of course new and is very intense at the right times and very acoustic during softer moments. A lot of the percussions and those acoustics used is also very appropriate to the setting in context to the time and place in a cultural sense so that's a nice touch.
As for the voice acting, I'm not at all familiar with the voice actors of Tenma and Alone.