Pegasus Ryusei Ken (Pegasus Meteor Fist): Fires several punches in the form of meteors.
Pegasus Suisei Ken (Pegasus Comet Fist): He focuses his punches into one single point to create a comet.
Pegasus Rolling Crush: Lifts his opponent into the air and slams their head into the ground.
Crouching Moron, Hidden Badass: Averted for the most part. While outside of the battlefield he tends to act like one, but during battle he actually manages to show various levels of competence, specially by his constant use of Indy Ploy.
Wouldn't Hit a Girl: And it causes him lots of trouble, actually. Just ask Shaina what she thinks of this!
Voiced by: Hirotaka Suzuoki (1986-2004 JP), Takahiro Sakurai (2005 JP), Jay Hickman (EN), Marc François (FR), Enrique Hernández (Spain), Ricardo Mendoza and Christian Strempler (Latin American Spanish), Marco Balzarotti (ITA), Elcio Sodré (BR), Ely Martin (Tagalog), Nuno Távora (PT)
A Friend in Need: In one of the saddest moments of the series he blinded himself to defeat Perseus Algol and save his friends.
Eye Scream: Plucked his own eyes out to fight against a guy who has a Medusa-inspired shield that almost petrified him, Seiya and Shun. And yeah, before you ask, he did try closing his eyes and blindfolding himself: neither alternative worked, and he had half his body petrified already.
Fight In The Nude: Not literally, he just tends to voluntarily remove his armor more often than the rest of the cast.
Undying Loyalty: Even amongst the legendarily loyal five Bronze Saints, Shiryu stands out as the most loyal and willing to sacrifice himself for his friends. This willingness to sacrifice is the source of one of the BIGGEST Tear Jerkers in the series when Shiryu fights Perseus Algol.
Voiced by: Koichi Hashimoto (1986-2004 JP), Hiroaki Miura (2005 JP), Jason Douglas (EN), Marc François (FR), Oscar Redondo (Spain), Rene Garcia and Luis Daniel Ramirez (Latin American Spanish), Mark Aspiras (Tagalog), Francisco Brêtas (BR), António Semedo (PT)
Awesome but Impractical: His eyepatch may look cool, but not only does he lose part of his side vision but depth perception as well. It is not worth wearing considering he has it for symbolic reasons.
Badass: Especially during the first half of the Sanctuary arc before the battles at the twelve houses. He practically curbstomp most of the opponents prior to that portion of the story including Silver Saints! Upon Camus's destruction of Natasha's ship, Hyoga gets a psychological breakdown and gets a big Badass Decay. Moreso after he killed Camus during the 12 house battles.
Badass Baritone: Especially in the original Japanese version where he has such a deep voice that is really chilling. Especially when he is curbstomping opponents.
Blond Guys Are Evil: Averted, he's a good guy. Though he was more of a jerk at first - his defreezing was very fast, tho.
In the manga he was a Sanctuary Spy sent by Camus to kill the others for using their Cloths for personal reasons.
Diamond Dust (Kholodnyj Smerčh): His main attack. He sends bursts of cosmos into the air to cool it (possibly to draw air moisture) before unleashing a focus burst of cosmos that will freeze his opponents.
Ice Ring (Koĺtso): Hyoga creates an ice ring that surrounds and paralyzes the opponent.
Aurora Thunder Attack: Anime only, he fires multiple Diamond Dusts at his opponent (Anime variation of manga's Kholodnyj Smerčh.)
Aurora Execution: The strongest form of Diamond Dust where the cosmos itself reaches absolute zero and is capable of freezing and killing the Gold Saint, Aquarius Camus.
Freezing Coffin: An ability that will freeze an opponent in an unbreakable block of ice for a hundred years unless the cosmos of the oppenent or someone from the outside can match it.
Not to mention, Hyoga is Genre Savvy enough to know how Freezing Fists only seems to work on very specific enemies: Mighty Glaciers or Stone Walls, due to lack of mobility and speed. The Crystal Saint, however, is fast and flexible enough to not have his handicap, using his legs to apply this to Hyoga himself.
When He Smiles: He almost never smiles, but when either happens... boy, it's a sight to behold.
Voiced by: Ryo Horikawa (1986-2004 JP), Yûta Kazuya (2005 JP), Chris Patton (EN), Serge Bourrier (FR), Jesús López (Spain), Jose Gilberto Vilchis and Alan Prieto (Latin American Spanish), Andrea De Nisco (ITA), Ulisses Bezerra (BR), Isabel Wolmar (episodes 1-73) and Marco Felgueiras (74-114) (PT)
Shout-Out in Hades: Inferno when Shun became possessed by Hades. In the manga, it goes from Green to black only when Ikki failed to kill him. However in the anime, it immediately changed from Green to brown to show Shun was partially possessed but didn't become black until after Ikki's attempt.
A Friend in Need: He warmed up Hyoga in the infamous House of Libra scene. He also gave up his Silver Star Necklace from his mother to pay Charon and allow him and Seiya to cross the river.
Nebula Chain: His main attack. Most of the time he just swings his fist and it will strike and wrap around his opponent.
Rolling Defense: This has two forms. He either spreads his chain with the circle end out in a spiral below his feet. Anything that approaches it will be immediately attacked. The other version is where his circle end goes around him in a large cylinder allowing him to use his triangle end to attack from the top.
Andromeda Thunder Wave: A seek and destroy version of his Nebula Chain. This move is capable of transending dimensions to find its target.
Nebula Stream: A technique that doesn't require his chains and the first of his unlimited cosmos attacks(attacks that the longer they are used the more they grow in strength rather than deminish over time). He causes his cosmos to swirl around and paralyze his enemy.
Nebula Storm: Shun's most powerful attack. A deadly version of Nebula Stream where his cosmos swirls and combines into a destructive storm.
Spider Net: Shun creates a literal spider net to catch things.
Spiral Duct: Another capture move that wraps around his opponent (a more elaborate form of Nebula Chain).
Casting Net: The chains weave themselves into a net and capture the opponent.
Boomerang Shot: The triangle end aims at the opponent, curves around and strikes from behind.
Wild Trap: The chains weave into a trap on the ground and then surround and clamp the opponent.
Great Capture: Just like Nebula Chain but wraps around large opponents.
The Fettered: Shun by virtue of his pacifist ideology would go to the point of nearly becoming a Martyr Withouta Cause on several occasions. However, he twice managed to bring about a Mook-Face Turn by sheer conviction and kindness, at other times he did kill when forced to, and at times he had to be bailed out by his older brother for his pacifism. At one point he held Hades, in Demonic Possession of his body, immobile thanks to the strength of his wish that his body not be used to harm others, allowing his brother a chance to kill Hades. Surprisingly, the Aesop managed all outcomes of his behaviour in the series, never outright making him a fool for his ideals.
Limited Wardrobe: It figures that effeminate guy of the group adverts this. Shun's the only one in both the anime and manga to feature a greater variety of shirts, hooded shirts, pants his evil robes while possessed. Although he does enjoy his green shirt and white suspenders.
Training from Hell: Geographically speaking. In the manga, Tatsumi states that Andromeda Island is far worse than Death Queen Island to Ikki after he took Shun's place. Crops and people are capable of living on DQI while Andromeda Island appears lifeless. However Daidalos is a far nicer/saner Master than Guilty.
Wholesome Crossdresser: Somewhat. The Andromeda Cloth was tailored to fit women (it even has the mask which is customary for female Saints), but Shun's slender build allows him to wear it seamlessly. And he did earn it through his training...
"World of Cardboard" Speech: During his fight with Pisces Aphrodite he reveals he was holding back for fear of collateral damage, and warns his foe that, without his cloth, now he only has his killing move... And willingness to use it. Aphrodite doesn't listen, and gets killed for it.
Voiced by: Hideyuki Hori (1986-2004 JP), Katsuyuki Konishi (2005 JP), Mike Mac Rae (EN), Henry Djanik (FR), Tasio Alonso (Spain), Marcos Patiño and Rafael Pacheco (Latin American Spanish), Tony Fuochi (ITA), Leonardo Camilo (BR), António Semedo (PT)
Being Tortured Makes You Evil: His experience from both the orphanage and on Death Queen Island caused him to go out and try to kill all of his friends and his little brother who he swore to protect in the past.
Broken Ace: Ikki is LEAGUES over the other Bronze Saints in fighting ability, and his Phoenix Cloth guarantees that, even if defeated, he comes back stronger and more dangerous every time. However, getting that Cloth was an ordeal that scarred him for life, and even having his friends as support he still has trouble coping with friendship and companionship.
Phoenix Illusion Demonic Fist (Phoenix/Ho-oh Genma-Ken): His signature attack. The attack itself is about the size of a pin tip that attacks the mind, brings out one's deepest fears and will either leave the victim in a mental mess or kill them.
Ascension of the Phoenix's Wings (Houyoku Tensho): An extremely strong cosmos punch that takes the form of a fiery bird.
Hidden Depths: Deep down he really cares for both his friends and Athena and he really wishes to protect the earth. But his experiences at Death Queen Island left him as a very bitter and cynical individual.
Hot-Blooded: Not as much as Seiya, but when he does let his hot blood run... oh boooooy.
Not So Different: With Mime and Bud. Like Mime he was a mass of hatred, like Bud he tried to kill his brother. He uses this to great effect in both fights, using both verbal calls and his Mind Rape powers to both break them down and make them understand his poV.
The Unfettered: To further emphasize how different he is from his brother. While Shun is willing to spare the life from his opponent's and tries to make them change their mind, Ikki has no such qualms and doesn't question himself. If he faces an enemy, he WILL end them.
Yuuichi Meguro (1986-1989 JP), Hideo Ishikawa (2005 JP), Vic Mignogna (EN), Marc François and Serge Bourrier (FR), José Núñez and Luis Manuel Martín Díaz (Spain), Javier Rivero and Daniel Abundis (Latin America), Marcelo Campos (BR)
Can't Catch Up: Starts off as Seiya's rival but by the Twelve Houses Battles, Seiya has upgraded his Cloth twice, wore the Cloth of Sagittarius and reaches his seventh sense while Jabu only earned one move.
Commuting on a Bus: Seemed like he was going to be rival to Seiya, but after the tournament, he only appears when he's needed.
Crippling Overspecialization: He focused his training in enstrengthening his arms to the point of he could easily throtle grizzly bears. His arms were strong, but break them and he is virtually defeated.