Delphinus Güney (イルカ座(デルフィネス)のギュネイ, Derufinesu no Gyunei)is the Delphinus Bronze Saint. Güney can use the element of Water.

Chronology (Mars-Hen)

Saints Fight

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Güney is one of the students of the Palaestra that passes the tests for selection to participate in the tournament known as Saint Fight. Güney get past the first round, but the second has to face Aquila Yuna . Güney trying to finish the fight with a single blow, so Yuna attacks quickly, but she rejects him with a strong kick. Güney then begins to attack him with water, using it's raining, which gives it an advantage. When Yuna reaches a water hammer, Delphinus Bomb launches technique to let out of combat, but Yuna is protected with a wind shield, defeating his technique Güney Delphinus Bomb . Later, when the Martians invade the Palaestra during the semifinal of the tournament, Güney is rejecting them, but is captured to absorb the Cosmo in the Babel Tower.

Chronology (Pallas-Hen)

After the battle against Mars, Güney's shown to be alive when the Saints reunite in the Sanctuary preparing for the war against Pallas (Omega). Güney is one of the Saints participating in the defense of Palestra, which received refugees from villages attacked by Pallasites. Later, after the Saints invade Pallas Belda, but many clothes are damaged and Aries Kiki arrives to repair them, Güney is one of the Saints shown facing the Pallasite army while attempting to give time to allow Aries Kiki to restore damaged clothes.


Delphinus (dɛlˈfaɪnəs/) is a constellation in the northern sky, close to the celestial equator. Its name is Latin for dolphin. Delphinus was one of the 48 constellations listed by the 2nd century astronomer Ptolemy, and it remains among the 88 modern constellations recognized by the International Astronomical Union. It is one of the smaller constellations, ranked 69th in size.Delphinus's brightest stars form a distinctive asterism that can easily be recognized. It is bordered (clockwise from north) by Vulpecula the fox, Sagitta the arrow, Aquila the eagle, Aquarius the water-carrier, Equuleus the foal and Pegasus the flying horse.


  • Güney means south in turkish