Isaac Newton was an English physicist and mathematician.
At some point during his career into astrophysics, Newton was able to deduce the existence of both the Dark Sun and the Hydra Galaxy, which were on approach to Earth, however he was unable to see either due to not having sufficiently advanced technology.
Because of his genius and discovery of the Hydra Galaxy, Newton was also made the head of the Invisible College, a group of advisers to the Four Legendary Kingdoms who had known about the Hydra Galaxy for millennia. He soon learned of the ancient ritual which would be able to divert the Galaxy from its course towards the Milky Way. Newton soon wrote a book on the Four Kingdoms, The Chronology of Ancient Kingdoms, but because they were an extremely secretive group, only five copies were published.
Because of his obsession with alchemy, Newton sought at least one of the six sacred stones, the Philosopher's Stone, since it could purportedly transmutate elements. In his research, he uncovered a spring which contained the exact water required for one of the other sacred stones. However, because of his extremely secretive nature, he shared his findings with only a few others (likely including the Kingdom he served, the Kingdom of Land, since one of their members in the future would claim to have been able to retrieve some of this water already).
Stretch eventually uncovered the link between Newton and the Spring of the Black Poplar, which contained the necessary water for the Basin of Rameses II.
- Issac Newton is considered to be an honourary Greatest Warrior, due to his knowledge of the Dark Star, the whereabouts of the Spring of the Black Poplar, and his desire to transmutate elements (like the Philosopher's Stone's function with the cleansing of the Pillars).