Lost Canvas: Chapter 220 - Spoiler
Hades Shion recalled that he hates more than anything else the sunlight and that the twelve constellations of the Gold Saint are placed on the ecliptic, ie the path the Sun in a year: that constellations made him and his companions are the times oblivious wet by that light, the Ram 10 recalls the Gold Cloth missing. Sihon and Dhoko, aided by the energy of the other gilded armor, start attacking the god playing a glow similar to that of the sun, but though at first it seems that we have it made, moments after Hades says that the two alone are never going to hurt him. Unexpectedly, the ten Gold Saint are dead, ready to give the last contribution to win the Holy War: Sisiphos wielding his bow while Zion, Doko, Albafika, Asmita, Aldebaran, villain, El Cid, Degel, Cardia, and Regulus Aspros convey the essence of their cosmos on the tip of the arrow of gold. The twelve warriors are able to recreate the sunlight and sweep away the God of the Underworld. Light does reawaken Tenma and Sasha, while Pegasus invites Sisiphus never to allow the light of hope is clouded by the darkness of evil.
Lost Canvas: Chapter 199 - Spoilers -
Despite the failure of the Athena Exclamation, Regulus has no intention of surrendering to Rhadamanthys and chooses to use an attack that uses the maximum power of the Twelve Gold Saints. While the Zodiac is behind the young Lion, The Wyvern says that it is just a desperate attempt. Regulus, however, says that it is the right way to overcome his human limitations and bring it down once and for all. The Knight, reminiscent of the days spent together with paricasta, invokes Clamation Zodiac, an attack that combines the twelve supreme techniques of Gold Saint. Initially, it seems to work, but at Rhadamanthys just a bit 'commitment to cancel the attack, while Regulus is not able to withstand the attack and ends annihilated by his own technique. Near death, he relives the spirit of his master Sisyphus, who tells him about how his older brother Ilias and recalls how, after death, the old lion is back to being one with the Earth. Regulus has cried to the teacher because they do not manage to find her father in the Wind or the surrounding area. Sisyphus replied that Ilias has always remained in the same place, and finally understands what Regulus had never intended. While Rhadamanthys congratulates the opponent because his attack ripped part of Lost Canvas, proving that he went beyond the threshold of the Human, Regulus dies, reflecting the fact that his father, whom he tried so much, he had remained right next and within him.