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Libra no Douko


 

Alternative names:

Dohko of Libra
Dohko Libra
天秤座の童虎
ライブラのドウコ

Tags:

Saint, Warrior

Information:

Gender: Male
Eye colour: Brown
Hair colour: Brown
Dohko is one of the two survivors of the last generation of Athena Saints along with Aries Shion who is a close friend of him. After the war, Dohko received the order to watch the tower where Hades' Specters were sealed until the next Holy War. Dohko lives at the Five Peaks in China alone with Shun-Rei, an orphan girl he took on his care. Dohko is also the master of Dragon Shiryu and Ohko, who is an anime-only character. Dohko represents a father figure to Shiryu as well, and Shiryu often recalls on his wise teachings whenever facing difficulty in battle. He is often seen as an adviser of the main characters and a good friend of Aries Mu, Shion's disciple. When Dohko was young, he was much more vivid and rather impulsive. After regaining his young form during the Hades arc, he retains the behavior of his youth, albeit much more circumspect and mindful, result of his almost three centuries of experience as a Saint.
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Related anime:

Knights of the Zodiac TV, 1986
Saint Seiya: Meiou Hades Juuni Kyuu Hen - Yomigaerishi Gold Saint-tachi no Shinwa OVA, 2003
Saint Seiya: The Hades Chapter - Sanctuary OVA, 2003
Saint Saiya: The Hades Chapter - Inferno OVA, 2005
Saint Seiya: The Hades Chapter - Elysion OVA, 2008
Saint Seiya: The Lost Canvas OVA, 2009
Saint Seiya: The Lost Canvas (Season 2) OVA, 2011
Saint Seiya Omega TV, 2012

Related manga:

Knights of the Zodiac Manga, 1985
Saint Seiya: Episode.G Manga, 2002
Saint Seiya: The Lost Canvas - Meiou Shinwa Manga, 2006
Saint Seiya: Next Dimension - Meiou Shinwa Manga, 2006
Saint Seiya: The Lost Canvas - Meiou Shinwa Gaiden Manga, 2011

Voice actors:

Kenta Miyake, Japanese
Kenyuu Horiuchi, Japanese
Kouji Yada, Japanese
Cédric Dumond, French
Wellington Lima, Brazilian
Antoine Nouel, French