Pontos is one of the primary antagonists of Saint Seiya Episode G. He is depicted here as a Primordial God, a deity of the seas, and the father of Eurybia. Apparently working for Gaia, Pontos revives the twelve Titans and manipulates them into doing his will, with aid from Mnemosyne and Prometheus.
He is a mysterious and cunning, alternating between being cynical and analytical. Although often choosing to speak the bare minimum and giving a calm image of himself, he can not help revealing a twisted personality, bordering on insanity, when something goes the way he want. Pontos looks down on everyone else, although he tries to conceal this.
Pontos fights with Aiolia once at the entrance to the Time Labyrinth, overwhelming him completely, but withdrew when the other Gold Saints come to Aiolia’s aid. Pontos controls the water, much like Okeanos. However, the water Pontos controls is of a deep black hue, like coal. His greatest strength is in his Dunamis, the Cosmo of the gods, an energy so powerful that it can create and destroy anything. His armor is called the Ars Magna .
Pontos appears when Leo Aiolia and Hyperion had already ended their fight, with Hyperion’s defeat. He speaks with Aioria, and used his Dunamis to revive Hyperion, explaining to Aiolia that he always protects his loved ones. It is later revealed, when Pontos is joined by the Titan Prometheus, that he intends to release Gaia, the mother of both Pontos and the Titans, and will use the Titans to obliterate the world and restart it from scratch.