Saint Seiya - Athena and Her Sceptre Free Papercrafts DownloadThese two papercrafts are Athena and her Sceptre, based on the anime series, the paper models created by Paper Mike. Athen is the Goddess of Wisdom, War, Strategy and Hope. It protects the peace and love in the earth since the mythological times, with the help of her Saints.

Athena inherited the earth from Zeus, and since then, the fight to protect humanity. When the first Holy War against Poseidon for control of Earth began, the Goddess Athena, with the help of the inhabitants of the continent of Mu, built and dressed warriors who fought for peace and hope with cloth, made with Oricale.

These cloth symbolized the constellations and wore the Knights, protecting them and enhancing their ability to manipulate their Cosmo. The cloth were classified into three patents: Gold, Silver and Bronze Cloth.

As Athena hated guns, none of her saints use traditional weapons such as swords, except in extraordinary situations. In these situations, the Libra cloth carries the equipment that will be needed. After the victory against Poseidon, Athena sealed the spirit of God in the Arctic and appointed some of his Saints to protect the seal. These eventually build a nation’s protective spirit of Poseidon, forming the Blue Warriors .

Seven generations after the first Holy War, a shrine was erected in his name to protect her, situated near the current Athens, and of his quarters, certainly protected by Twelve Zodiacal Houses, she commands his Saints through the intermediary of Pope .

When the shrine was completed, a new Holy War began. This time against the Clan of Gigas. This battle was called Gigantomachy. During the war, for reasons unknown, the continent of Mu was destroyed and sank into the sea. Thus, the production was ceased Cloth and knowledge of how to restore them was restricted to the descendants of the people of Mu.

After the war against the Giants, Athena had to face the god of war Ares. The most terrible battle that faced Athena, was forced, for the first and only time, to allow her to wear the Knights Weapons Libra Cloth in battle. With the help of Weapons, Warriors managed to reverse their impending defeat and win legions of Berserkers. After the terrible war Ares, became the start Holy Wars against Hades and his Specters . Athena, once again victorious from the confrontation. However, unlike his other adversaries, not Hades gave up. He put his body on the Champs Elysees and since then, every 273 years takes possession of a soul on Earth and begins a new war against Athena. Unlike other gods who need to get hold of the body of a mortal, Athena literally reborn under his statue every 200 years, to lead the Saints in their new holy war and to protect the Earth from danger. In the twentieth century, it was reborn as Kido Saori. During his stay on Earth, faced various dangers and gods, as the Betrayal of his Saints , the attempt to Poseidon to clean the face of the Earth, and the last Holy War against Hades and his army. [Source: wikia]

About these two Saint Seiya paper models:

  • Athena
    • Size: 58 cm
    • Pages: 27
    • Format: .pdo line + lineless
  • Athena’s Sceptre
    • Size: 80 cm
    • Pages: 3
    • Format: .pdo line + lineless

You can download these papercraft models here: Saint Seiya – Athena and Her Sceptre Free Papercrafts Download

For this paper model, we recommend that you use the material (Paper, Paint, Glue, etc.) to make. Here are Great Deals, and here are 100s of card making ideas. There is FREE sewing patterns that you may need.

If you like this papercraft, please share it to others, thanks!
Random Papercrafts:

Saint Seiya – Dragon Ryuho’s Headband Free Paper Craft Download

Pokemon – Golbat Free Papercraft Download

Simple House in Normandie Free Building Paper Model Download

Triangular case free papercraft download

Plants vs. Zombies – Stem and Leaves Free Papercraft Download

WWII BD-41 Armored Railroad Car Free Paper Model Download


Category: Anime

Related Posts

Subscribe for Best & Free Paper Crafts, Models Resources

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

You may use these HTML tags and attributes: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <strike> <strong>

Join Us

PaperCraftSquare RSS PapaerCraftSquare Fanpage on Facebook PaperCraftSquare on Stumble PaperCraftSquare on Twitter PaperCraftSquare on Pinterest PaperCraftSquare on Tumblr PaperCraftSquare on GooglePlus PaperCraftSquare on Delicious

Loading...