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Pretty much, good work in explaining it.

A bit funny how this claim was even made though, ngl.

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@maulsmacker:

that seems like an interesting and fun conversation to have...

...interesting and fun conversation...

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Work in progress. This will be edited pretty soon, in fact I am currently working on it.

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@alexsev said:

Great job. The only possible exception would be the Chronos of LC who has Kairos has his brother, but I don't think it's ever really stated Kairos is a Primordial, so you could see him as another Titan tbh.

On top of that, I'd like to add.

Khronos in Saint Seiya: Lost Canvas, is never referred to as a Primordial:

Right to left.

"Khronos", is referred to as the God of Time, who erased his brother Kairos from all the mythologies, something which is neat pseudo plot hax when you think about it, as mythologies are literally written (especially if you consider the spin-off manga Hero of Heroes), and Kairos can more than be the brother of the Titan "Khronos" himself without problems, and not of a Primordial, considering that, well...

"In Greek mythology, Caerus /ˈsɪərəs, ˈsiːrəs/ (Greek: Καιρός, Kairos, the same as kairos) was the personification of opportunity, luck and favorable moments. He was shown with only one lock of hair. His Roman equivalent was Occasio or Tempus. Caerus was theyoungest son of Zeus. Caerus and Fortuna became lovers after Caerus neglected to overthrow his father as everyone thought he would."

Kairos in mythology, is actually Zeus' son. Not the brother of a Primordial or whatever, or even the Titan. Thus, Saint Seiya is not to be considered mythologically accurate, it's far from it.

The only conclusion, is that Kairos is Titan Cronus/Cronos/Chronos/Khronos/Kronos' brother, and the fact that he is not called a "Titan", means nothing, as Titans are nothing but a clan of gods, and being technical, they're just sons/daughters of Primordials.

To put the cherry on the cake:

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"Rei dos deuses"==>King of the gods;

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"Deus supremo"==>Supreme god;

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"Cronos o deus supremo"==>Cronos the supreme god.

But how does this correlate? Simple:

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"...the supreme god that is said to be the father of Zeus will appear!"

Coincidences? I don't think so. Both referred to as "supreme god", and "father of Zeus".

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Kronos is HIM.

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Forgot, in case canonicity is questioned, aside from the fact this is a composite:

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Episode G, is confirmed canon by Masami Kurumada, as he gave fully free reign to Megumu Okada for his work.

Q) "Saint Seiya episode G comes as a real surprise. Why start now with episode G?"

Kurumada: "My answer to this will be the same as George Lucas' answer to the production of his Star Wars Episode 1. The right environment for what I imagine to materialize just happened. In the context of a film, this refers to digital imagery or new technologies, for a manga it refers to the circumstances of the environment."

Source.

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AL: "Besides the series Ring ni Kakero 2, which you write and draw yourself, in 2002 you brought us the beginning of Saint Seiya Episode G, drawn by Megumu Okada, and also the new saga of Fuma no Kojira, drawn by your direct disciple Satoshi Yuri. Can you tell us more about these projects?"

MK: "I develop a supervision over them, however the artists are totally free to develop the plot. Megumu Okada has made a trully impressive work, but he prints on it his own style and story. Satoshi Yuri is very responsible and works very seriously. He is my student, we work on the same studio, therefore I can take more of my time with his work than with Episode G."

The intent, is for the characters to belong to the same "world", so I can apply cross-scaling. G was never "non canon", not even once stated even if there are retcons.

Episode G was straight up an idea of Kurumada, not including it is actually wrong

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@nicov: Episode G, is once again, confirmed canon by Masami Kurumada, as he gave fully free reign to Megumu Okada for his work.

Q)"Saint Seiya episode G comes as a real surprise. Why start now with episode G?"

Kurumada: "My answer to this will be the same as George Lucas' answer to the production of his Star Wars Episode 1. The right environment for what I imagine to materialize just happened. In the context of a film, this refers to digital imagery or new technologies, for a manga it refers to the circumstances of the environment."

Source.

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AL: "Besides the series Ring ni Kakero 2, which you write and draw yourself, in 2002 you brought us the beginning of Saint Seiya Episode G, drawn by Megumu Okada, and also the new saga of Fuma no Kojira, drawn by your direct disciple Satoshi Yuri. Can you tell us more about these projects?"

MK:"I develop a supervision over them, however the artists are totally free to develop the plot. Megumu Okada has made a trully impressive work, but he prints on it his own style and story. Satoshi Yuri is very responsible and works very seriously. He is my student, we work on the same studio, therefore I can take more of my time with his work than with Episode G."

The intent, is for the characters to belong to the same "world", so I can apply cross-scaling. G was never "non canon", not even once stated even if there are retcons.

Episode G was straight up an idea of Kurumada, not including it is actually wrong.