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This page covers the 1990s anime. For the entire franchise, see Franchise.Sailor Moon and for the manga see Manga.Sailor Moon.Advertisement:propertag.cmd.push(function() { proper_display('tvtropes_mobile_ad_1'); })All spoilers are unmarked. You Have Been Warned.Sailor Moon is the first anime adaptation of Naoko Takeuchi's manga, Sailor Moon, produced by Toei Animation. It premiered on March 7, 1992 on TV Asahi, replacing Goldfish Warning! on the 7:00 PM Saturday time slot, and ended on February 8, 1997.The life of ditzy school girl Usagi Tsukino takes a turn for the unexpected when she discovers that she is the Reincarnation of an ancient lunar warrior from the Moon Kingdom. With the aid of a feline mentor called Luna, Usagi must take up the mission of defending the Earth from the various evils that threaten it while searching for the reincarnation of the Moon Kingdom's princess.Over the course of a year, Usagi grows into her role as the Magical Girl Sailor Moon and greatly matures as a result, gathering a team of four other reincarnated warriors and realizing her true potential as both a fighter and a growing young woman. The series itself mostly follows a Monster of the Week format, with subsequent series introducing progressively more powerful villains and matching power-ups, and greatly expanding the mythos behind Usagi's past life in the Moon Kingdom and her fated future in the utopian Crystal Tokyo. The series is generally broken down into the following story arcs (not counting filler): Dark Kingdom, Black Moon, Infinity (Death Busters), Dream (Dead Moon Circus), and Stars (Shadow Galactica). Both the anime and manga end on a high note as Usagi brings peace to Earth and the galaxy.Advertisement:propertag.cmd.push(function() { proper_display('tvtropes_mobile_ad_2'); })The anime was bought by DiC in 1995 for an English dub, which did poorly in syndication in North America but later found renewed popularity through reruns on cable TV, which led to additional episodes (through the end of the fourth season) being dubbed and broadcast through Cloverway, Toei's US branch, in 2000. By May 2014, Viz Media announced the release of a completely remastered, re-dubbed, uncut version of the entire 200-episode original television series.The enduring popularity of the anime eventually led to Sailor Moon Crystal, a more faithful manga adaptation, in 2014. Sailor Moon received several Video Game Adaptation games between 1993 and 2004, including a fan project by Destiny Revival based on Final Fight and Double Dragon variants of Beat 'em Up games. The anime series also spawned five TV specials and three theatrical films. The films are non-serial movies.Advertisement:propertag.cmd.push(function() { proper_display('tvtropes_mobile_ad_3'); })
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Villain: Exit, Stage Left
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Villain: Exit, Stage Left: Usually via teleportation.
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Canon Foreigner
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The anime directly adapts one of the manga's "Exam Battle" short stories, "Ami's First Love", (about Ami getting a love letter from a secret admirer and freaking out so much she breaks out in hives) as a short film to open the SuperS movie, without accounting for multiple continuity differences. The title itself either ignores or retcons Ami's first in-series relationship with Canon Foreigner Urawa Ryo, and Ami develops an allergy to love letters that contradicts that romance plotline, where she was mature about love letters and relationships. She's also given an attack she's previously used only in the manga. As the movies themselves are usually regarded as non-canon due to various continuity issues, this short is treated in a similar manner, but its use of source material makes such errors far more noticeable.
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Intimate Hair Brushing
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Intimate Hair Brushing: One of the first bonding moments between Minako and Usagi is when she starts brushing her hair after Mamoru is captured by the Dark Kingdom.
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My Friends... and Zoidberg
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The Rainbow Crystal carriers. And Naru. Before the Rainbow Crystal carriers Nephrite would target a specific person for their energy in contrast to Jadeite's "As many people as possible" Why yes Naru was a victim.
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Circle of Friendship
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Circle of Friendship: The Sailor Planet Attack.
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Scenery Censor: In the final episode. When Sailor Moon defeated Galaxia, the star seeds begins to hover around. Fully nude she begins to talk to Galaxia, who is now freed from the chaos. Just a little star seed hovers directly before her genitals.
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Used in one episode of Sailor Moon Stars. When Seiya is hanging out at Usagi's house while her parents are out (it's completely innocent, don't look at me like that...), Chibi-Chibi spills cake all over him, so he uses her shower to clean himself up while his clothes are being washed. Meanwhile, the other girls show up... just in time for him to come out of the shower in what appears to be the tiniest towel on the face of the earth, asking where his clothes are. Then Chibi-Chibi complains that he's using her towel and proceeds to do her best to get it away from him. Hilarity Ensues.
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Darker and Edgier
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And Sailor Moon Stars is a Darker and Edgier season itself, going back and forth between the usual silliness of the series and themes of war and annihilation. The season's final episodes definitely take the cake.
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The Hedge of Thorns
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The Hedge of Thorns: Usagi had to go through one of these during Queen Nehellenia's arc in Sailor Stars in order to reach the evil queen's castle.
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Genre Savvy
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Genre Savvy: Poor Naru gets attacked so many times, by season two she's actually wary when she gets invited to an audition. And rightfully so, because she got attacked AGAIN. The very first episode of R even had the cats wondering why she was always a victim.
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The Worf Effect
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The Worf Effect: Sailor Jupiter and Sailor Venus got this more than the others. They joined later on in the series (Mercury and Mars debuted within the first ten episodes) and were initially portrayed as more powerful with more offensive attacks. Then whenever they wanted to demonstrate how badass the villain was, Jupiter would be the first to be taken out (she is indeed the first to be killed in the season 1 finale). Venus was able to take out Zoicite and destroy Kunzite's forcefield in her debut episode singlehandedly. A mere two episodes later and she is suddenly no match for him.
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Diet Episode
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Diet Episode: Usagi tries to go on a diet but fails in an early episode that involves the villains taking energy from girls who are obsessed with getting thin. Notably, this is not done for An Aesop in the Japanese script - it's mined for pure comedy at the need for women to stay skinny. In America, they had to make a "Sailor Moon Says" about how eating disorders and crash diets are a bad thing.
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Victim of the Week: The Rainbow Crystal carriers. And Naru. Before the Rainbow Crystal carriers Nephrite would target a specific person for their energy in contrast to Jadeite's "As many people as possible" Why yes Naru was a victim. In S, SuperS, and Sailor Stars, people are targeted almost every episode for their Heart Crystal, Dream Mirror, or Star Seed, respectively, some of which are characters we already know, and in all three cases include the Sailor Guardians. Mamoru, strangely enough, doesn't get this for the first time until FishEye targets him in SuperS. When Galaxia targets him for his Star Seed in Sailor Stars, it proves fatal. Naru gets this so hard, the fandom invented a phrase, specifically for her - youma/monster bait.
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Epileptic Flashing Lights: Though much tamer than most anime, such as Toei's other hit series Dragon Ball Z, were prior to the infamous Electric Soldier Porygon incident, the show does still feature some flickering that might catch some off guard: In Super S, Sailor Moon's main attack has some pretty animation to it, though it could still catch some who aren't ready for it. That same attack, though, provides a rare instance of a pure red/white strobe effect as the monster-of-the-day is saying its dying speech. Depending on the angle and depth the camera is at during the death, the effect can be seen throughout most of the screen. It's the most intense of any of the scenes, and might be the only real edit that Viz does to the otherwise uncut subs that they are releasing on Hulu Plus, as the sequence is near Porygon level speed and brightness. The sequence seemed to be slowed down a fraction when it was dubbed. Trust us, Super S might've been the least friendly to photosensitive people from the MOTD death scenes alone. In-Universe, when Ami is introduced, she complains that whenever she uses a disc that the disguised MOTD gives the students of her cram school class to study with, she gets headaches. The computer screen shows, when she uses it, a very feint blue flicker. The monster proceeds to shove Ami's face right into the screen during this sequence (for those worried about anyone actually getting a seizure from this scene, don't worry: it's not intense in any way). Ironically, this is also the scene in which Luna sees the Mercury symbol on Ami's head.
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Say My Name
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Say My Name: Ail screams out An's name rather chillingly (in the original Japanese version and Viz Media English dub) when it appears An is dead.
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The Blank: The makeup-themed Monster of the Week from episode 61 (Usagi-Mamoru breakup episode) accidentally erased her own face. She was trying to draw it back with eyebrow pencil when Sailor Moon zapped her.
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The Cameo
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The Cameo: Shinnosuke from Crayon Shin-chan cameos in SuperS, albeit drawn in the art style of Sailor Moon. He traumatizes Usagi Serenity with his antics and "Elephant Dance" before being hauled away by his mother. This scene was cut from the English version.
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Forgotten Phlebotinum: Sailor Moon S could also be called Sailor Moon FP. Much of the conflict wouldn't have occurred if the Senshi simply remembered the skills and devices they have that would've been useful in a number of situations. In the fifth episode, Protect the Pure Heart! A Three-Way Battle, Ami uses her mini supercomputer to track Unazuki's Pure Heart Crystal after it had been stolen from her. Ami doesn't use her supercomputer again after this episode, in spite of how useful it could have been in tracking the Talismans. In one episode, Rei divines using the Sacred Fire to try to uncover the answer behind her strange premonitions. Why she couldn't have done this to find out more about the Talismans is never stated. After Chibiusa's Pure Heart Crystal is stolen by a possessed Hotaru, the evil entity controlling her was revealed to be Mistress 9, not Sailor Saturn, and the other Senshi realize that Hotaru had been possessed by a Daimon the whole time. It would have been logical for Sailor Moon to use the Silver Crystal to free Hotaru from Mistress 9's possession, as she had used it in the previous seasons to return the carriers of the Rainbow Crystals to their human forms, freed Mamoru from Metallia's control, purge the evil from the Spectre Sisters and turn them into normal humans, and purged the evil from Black Lady and turned her back into Chibiusa. Purging evil from a person or place has been a power of Sailor Moon's since the beginning and it's a power that doesn't drain her of her energy, so it would stand to reason that this would be able to save the world and defeat the enemy without sacrificing Hotaru. Instead, the Silver Crystal isn't even mentioned as a possible option in defeating the Death Busters or saving Hotaru, with its last mention being the second episode of the season where Usagi worried it had lost its power after her transformation came undone. It was revitalized by her and Mamoru's love and allowed her to transform again after her brooch became the Cosmic Heart Compact, but it's never mentioned for the healing powers it is known for, resulting in a lasting dilemma over whether Hotaru can be saved or not.
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Visual Pun: A few of the Phage in "Sailor Stars" are this, most obviously Sailor Chef, the chef who is made entirely of metal and Sailor Officer, the clearly robotic-looking policeman.
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Poor Communication Kills: Mamoru could have resolved the entire break-up arc without dumping Usagi simply by telling her the truth, thus not only not treating her like crap for no apparent reason, but also giving Usagi the ability to protect herself.
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Localized Name in a Non-Localized Setting: The first English dub used this. While the setting was still set in Japan, many characters had their names change to be more Western. Like Serena (Usagi), Darien (Mamoru), and Molly (Naru).
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Villain Song
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Villain Song: Queen Beryl and Galaxia in the anime (the former was not sung by her voice actress but nevertheless is still Beryl's song). Virtually every villain that appears in the Seramyus has either a solo or at the very least a group song as well.
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Adorably Precocious Child: Perle in the SuperS movie and Helios in the Super S season, though both are probably quite a bit older.
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Breaking the Fourth Wall: The final episode of R (89) had the Senshi looking forward to their third season and arguing over who should be the new main character by showing their best scenes from the previous two series (as well as dismissing each other's claims by showing each other's worst scenes). At one point, they even wonder if the viewers are getting bored by their chatter (!) The Memorial specials included on the home video releases are basically the main characters commenting on how the season played out. A DIC dub-only example: the Series One episode "So You Want to Be a Superstar" (aka "Usagi Learns! The Road to Stardom is Tough!") has Sailor Moon pause in her battle, turn to the viewer and say, "If you see Luna, tell her I could use her help right about now!" The dialogue in Japanese and in the Viz English dub also has Sailor Moon wondering where Luna is, but talking to herself, not to the viewer.
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Do Not Adjust Your Set: Galaxia does this right before the final battle against her in Sailor Stars. This is fitting because her base is the Ginga TV station, which her minions claim they work for when they use their disguises.
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In the Name of the Moon
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In the Name of the Moon: Don't you recognize that this is the Trope Namer? In the name of the moon, I will punish you!
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Good Is Not Nice
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Good Is Not Nice: Rei/Sailor Mars is just as heroic, loyal and self-sacrificing as she is condescending, short-tempered and cocky. Haruka/Sailor Uranus (and to a lesser extent, Michiru/Sailor Neptune) are somewhere between this and Well Intentioned Extremists. They're willing (though remorseful) to sacrifice innocent lives to find the talisman that could save the world, and they give a depressed Usagi a "Reason You Suck" Speech and try to kill her after the final battle of Sailor Moon S.
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Adaptation Expansion
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Adaptation Expansion: Being pretty much four times as long as the manga, the anime has plenty of time to detail the characters outside of the main ones (supporting cast and villains) more.
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Ironic Echo: After Nephrite is fatally wounded protecting Naru in episode 24, Zoisite tells him he should be happy to die with the one he loved. Fast-forward to episode 35 and Zoisite is dying with the one he loved, Kunzite.
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Brutal Honesty
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Mamoru is much snarkier and meaner to Usagi in the early original anime than the manga. In the manga he's just brutally honest while in the anime he would throw straight-up insults.
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Sick Episode: Let's just say that Nurse Venus' bedside manner leaves a lot to be desired, shall we?
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Failure Is the Only Option: A villainous example for the first half of the Chibi-usa arc of R, the Monster of the Week formula is applied to the scheme that there are literally dozens of nexus points in the city where if the villains can infect one, just one, with enough negative energy then it will be impossible for Crystal Tokyo to exist. Obviously, they fail every attempt to take even a single point, since it would mean an auto-win for them.
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Drunk on Milk
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Drunk on Milk: The Cloverway Sailor Moon S episode "Everything's Coming Up Rosey" (aka "Usagi's Dance is the Waltz") changes Usagi's being drunk on wine to Serena being "hyper" from having too much "juice." The scene is otherwise surprisingly unaltered, and it is fairly obvious it isn't "juice" that Serena drank.
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Ash Face
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Ash Face: In an episode in Super S, Sailor Mars gets her attack reflected back at her and winds up like this.◊
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Verbal Tic
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Verbal Tic: Many monsters-of-the-week have a verbal tic based on their name. Especially played with in R, with most of the droids.
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Oddly Named Sequel: R, S, 'SuperS, then Sailor Stars. The single letters were in place for a word pertaining to the theme of that season. Sailor Moon Romance (focus on romance between Usagi and Mamoru, though some people claim that the "R" stands for "Returns," as the first half centers on Usagi returning to her duties as Sailor Moon), Sailor Moon Super (for Super Sailor Moon's premier), Sailor Moon SuperS''(as in "supers," or the plural form of "super" because the entire team gained Super forms), and Sailor Stars was named for the introduction of the Sailor Starlights.
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Impersonating an Officer
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Impersonating an Officer: The debut episode for Sailor Mars includes a heroic example. When Usagi finds out that the disappearing buses had been hijacked by Dark Kingdom agents, she boards one...dressed as a flight attendant. She still attempts to use it to claim authority anyway, though it's clearly played for laughs. Jadeite deploys police officers to attack the Senshi at the airport in his final episode. The girls are initially afraid to hurt them until Sailor Mercury discovers they're actually clay replicas of humans.
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Easter Egg
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Watch closely in the first Japanese OP sequence and you'll see "10ch" in the background. This doubles as an Easter Egg for viewers who saw the anime on TV Asahi, which at that time broadcast on analog channel 10 in Tokyo (as a digital station, it now airs on channel 5). The identification as "10 channel" (ju chan'neru) rather than "channel 10" is customary in Japanese television.
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Lampshade Hanging
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Lampshaded once by Sailor Moon Abridged when one of the monster victims didn't immediately pass out from being hit by a monster, leading Sailor Mars to angrily scream at him to just stay unconscious already so she could transform.
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Readings Are Off the Scale
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Readings Are Off the Scale: According to Viz dub Umino, Ami's IQ is over 9000.
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Famous Last Words
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Famous Last Words: If you're a Sailor Guardian, expect to get some.
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Chained Heat
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Chained Heat: Sailors Moon and Uranus in episode 98 of Sailor Moon S. This also starts to clue Usagi in to Uranus' identity as Uranus holds her the same way Haruka does earlier in the episode.
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Vocal Evolution
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Vocal Evolution: Amy's first voice actress had a high-pitched voice in the first few DiC episodes.
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Older Than They Look
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Older Than They Look: Special mention goes to Nanako in SuperS. Despite being quite tiny she's the same age as Rei and the others.
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Theme Music Power-Up
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Theme Music Power-Up: Both the first and final seasons summon their respective theme songs for the climax of the story arcs.
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Tomboy Angst
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The original English dub focused more on Makoto's tomboyish side than her feminine side. This lessened her Tomboy Angst as a result.
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Statuesque Stunner
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Statuesque Stunner: Sailor Jupiter and Sailor Uranus. Sailor Pluto easily qualifies as well.
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Fusion Dance
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Fusion Dance: Queen Beryl and the Negaforce/Queen Metallia do this for the final battle.
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Evolving Credits
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Evolving Credits: The first two series switch to a different opening partway through to reflect new plot developments and changes in cast. The other series just make slight modifications to the existing openings (SuperS and Stars have two variations each, while S has three). This YouTube Channel has all of the openings from the first four series.
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Fashion Model
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Fashion Model: Usagi enters a modeling contest (though she has to do some improvised clothes repair on her swimsuit after moths got to it), but it turns out the photographer holding the contest has been possessed by the Monster of the Week and she has to fight it.
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Fighting Down Memory Lane
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Fighting Down Memory Lane: In Sailor Moon R, Wiseman and Sailor Moon call on Chibi-Usa's memories during her corruption and redemption.
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Adapted Out
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Adapted Out: The following Sailor Guardians do not exist in The '90s anime at all: Sailor Ceres, Sailor Pallas, Sailor Juno, Sailor Vesta, and Sailor Cosmos, albeit the first four still appear as characters, but never become Sailor Guardians. Several villains from the Manga's Shadow Galactica are also nonexistent in Sailor StarS.
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I Can't Do This by Myself
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I Can't Do This by Myself: During the second episode of the Makaiju arc, Usagi is the only member of her team that had her memories restored and thus the only member of the Sailor Guardians with the ability to fight. Memories of watching her friends die one by one to fight for her leads her to try and fight the Cardian that episode entirely alone - even at the cost of possibly never having her friends back again. Luna ultimately disobeys her wishes when she sees Sailor Moon clearly outmatched by the Cardian and returns the rest of the team's memories so they can help her.
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Just Eat Gilligan
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Just Eat Gilligan: The Dark Kingdom's plans to gather energy don't require constantly attacking the one city on earth that has a team of super heroes defending it. They could have easily succeeded at their mission by just picking anywhere else on Earth and going after them. Subverted in the manga where the Dark Kingdom explicitly had operations all over the northern hemisphere and Queen Beryl stated that Japan was the only place they hadn't looked for the MacGuffin yet, which is fair enough, but in some respects that's even more confusing—why is the guy in charge of North America or the Middle East wasting time getting killed in Tokyo? Similarly, Ail and An should have packed up and moved if they just needed to snack on living creatures to survive - the Sailor Soldiers are only in one place, but then again they had learned how to teleport at the end of the first season so they could've followed them if needed.
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Lethal Chef
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Lethal Chef: If the looks of the rice balls Usagi brings for lunch in Episode 51 are any indication, Usagi counts. Also averted in episode 66, as the curry Usagi makes for Chibiusa's class party looks supremely unappetizing but ends up tasting delicious.
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Informed Loner
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Informed Loner: It's repeated several times that the four Inner Senshi were all friendless for various reasons before meeting Usagi. In the anime that doesn't seem to hold much water considering how many Canon Foreigner childhood friends of the Senshi were created for filler episodes or to be Victims Of The Week.
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Minion with an F in Evil
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Minion with an F in Evil: Poor Doorknobder. Despite her fearsome appearance, all she was really good for was locking things up. Other than that, she was a coward with little to no combat skill. And Sailor Moon did not even seem to be aiming for her with her finishing move. She was aiming for Eudial, but Eudial reflected it away and it hit Doorknobder and destroyed her. Togetoge too. As she pointed out, she never even got a chance to do anything before Sailor Moon destroyed her, with CereCere trying to force her target's dream mirror down her throat. Sailor Moon seemed to be aiming for CereCere (or both) in this scene as well.
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Shōjo (Demographic)
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Shōjo (Demographic): One of the most famous examples.
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Murder the Hypotenuse
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Murder the Hypotenuse: Taken literally in Sailor Moon R episode 57, when Ali and An attempt to get rid of their romantic rivals permanently, An by stealing Usagi's energy and Ali by ordering a Cardian to zap Mamoru's energy. Not so in the DIC script, as dub Anne and Alan's motives for zapping Serena's and Darien's energy have no romantic - or murderous - overtones; Anne wants Serena's energy out of desperation because she's wiped out, and Alan's motive is to get energy for Anne.
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World-Healing Wave
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World-Healing Wave: The ending of the first season of the first ending, in which Moon releases the full power of her Silver Crystal and both defeats Metallia/Beryl, reverses the damage done by the Dark Kingdom and revives the dead Senshi, Mamoru/Endymion and herself as her last wish on the Crystal, albeit without memories. (For a while). It's also implied that Crystal Tokyo is heralded in when Neo Queen Serenity ascends and pulls one of these for the entire planet after some global freeze/disaster.
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Not a Date
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Not a Date: Rei with a one-shot female character, Maya Touno.
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Don't You Dare Pity Me!
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Queen Nehellenia's berserk button is people giving her pity for her miserable, ugly life.
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Actor Allusion
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Actor Allusion: In the 2014 Viz Media dub: This isn't the first time Cristina Valenzuela (Sailor Mars) played a black haired, purple eyed magical girl. Likewise, Christine Marie Cabanos is the voice of Hotaru Tomoe, whose best friend is a pink-haired girl like she used to be. Demande isn't the first prince character Matthew Mercer voiced. Stephanie Sheh, the new english voice of Usagi, also voiced another cheerful blonde with twin tails and blue eyes. When was the last time Julie Ann Taylor played an English teacher? It's not the first time Debi Derryberry has voiced a cat-like being, except the last time she was a transforming ship.
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Artistic License – Astronomy
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Artistic License – Astronomy: Episode (177) has a "comet" which is supposedly only going to be visible for a few minutes since it's moving by so fast. Meteors move that fast; comets do not.
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Hypnotize the Princess
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Hypnotize the Princess: Quite a few times. Prince Demande is especially notable.
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Artifact of Doom
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Artifact of Doom: Anything possessed by one of Nephrite's monsters. Symptoms of exposure to the possessed item include supernatural talent, Jerkass behavior, and eventually, loss of energy.
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Noodle Incident: We never find out just how badly Minako messes up Ami's apartment when she tries to care for her while she's sick.
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Pastel-Chalked Freeze Frame
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Pastel-Chalked Freeze Frame: Most notably EVERY time Haruka and Michiru show up, as it's accompanied by a very distinctive chorus.
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Captain Obvious
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Captain Obvious: "SHE'S F-F-F-F-FREEZING ME!"
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Adaptational Heroism
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Adaptational Heroism: The four sisters in the Black Moon Clan. In the manga they are much more villainous but the anime has them eventually being purified by the Silver Crystal's power. Dr Tomoe as well. In the manga he was a mad scientist and the accident that killed his wife and injured Hotaru was caused by his mad experiments. In the anime the explosion is more of a freak accident and Tomoe allows himself to be possessed purely to save her life. He also does not survive the Infinity arc of the manga either; Hotaru ends up being raised by Haruka, Michiru, and Setsuna. This created a problem for Stars, which is why Setsuna basically ends up simply taking baby Hotaru from her father at the beginning of the season. One can only speculate if they ever gave the aged-up Hotaru back, and how they explained her growth spurt. The Amazon Trio, to a point. They died quickly in the manga, but in the anime, they're turned into humans and given beautiful dreams by Pegasus after they sacrifice themselves.
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Broken Aesop
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Broken Aesop: The (original English) dub-invented "Sailor Says" PSAs would have these from time to time. In the episode where Molly gets her energy sucked by Neflyte, the Sailor Says segment says that Molly was being true to her heart when she told Neflyte how she felt about him and treats this as a good thing and an important lesson...even though it put her in a coma. Naturally Sailor Moon Abridged has fun with this. The first season finale's Sailor Says had Serena tell the viewer never to give up, no matter how bad things seem, using herself as an example. Except Serena burst into tears and tried to give up every time another Sailor "was captured by the Negaverse". A particular episode from SuperS features a small girl being viciously beaten up by her own mother for having the dream of wanting to be the greatest swordsman in Japan. Turns out that the mother was beating her up because she was trying to teach her to not be so single-minded. Ironically enough, being single-minded is described in S as having a pure heart, and even then, it doesn't excuse the mother beating the ever living lights out of her own daughter. The episode concludes with the mother promising to beat the child again off-screen while Usagi reminds the audience that the little girl will reach her dreams someday, because "she has a wonderful mother to support her".
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Blatant Lies: The Bragging Theme Tune written exclusively for the original English dub states that she never runs from a fight. Most of the fights in the early seasons start with her legging it to have a little cry.
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Shut Up, Hannibal!: After Nehellenia has tossed Chibi-Usa off the bit of the Dead Moon Circus floating up to the New Moon, she starts saying how Usagi's lost what she loves most, and has lost her happy future, and that maybe now she can understand how Nehellenia actually feels. What does Usagi do? She jumps off the the platform after Chibi-Usa, but not before telling Nehellenia she won't give up to her. (In the Cloverway English dub, Serena says "I still pity you.")
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Monster of the Aesop: Some really, really bizarre youma came about depending on the episode's theme, including such things as an elephant vacuum cleaner, "Cinderella", race cars, and even a syringe... Though the most bizarre example would have to be the Stars season's Sailor Guts, a football player transformed into a beefy, pink-skinned guy in a sailor suit about three sizes too small for him. Who throws giant, caustic globs of sweat as his attack. Ew. Of special mention is Professor Tomoe, who engineered his Aesop-monsters on purpose after a while.
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Spoiler Title
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Spoiler Title: Many titles, including Episode 25 as named directly above. The various dubs sometimes downplayed or averted this where the original Japanese played it straight. For example, Episode 10, which introduced Sailor Mars, was called "Cursed Buses! Fire Senshi Mars Appears" in the original, but "An Uncharmed Life" in the original English dub and "The Temple of Lovers" in both German and Dutch. Probably the most blatant spoiler was Episode 45: "The Sailor Senshi Die! The Tragic Final Battle". The Swedish dub solved this by giving it the rather omnious title "Sailor Moon and Death". Another pretty blatant example would be Episode 86: "Saphir Dies! Wiseman's Trap", in which Saphir spends a majority of the episode insuring Petz that he'll be back after warning his brother, Prince Dimande about Wiseman. Guess how that turns out?
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Festival Episode: An episode of R takes place during the academy's culture festival. Another one in the S season, Chibi-Moon's debut episode. And yet another one in Super S, episode 146.
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Several of the villains Stripperific outfits...on the other hand, aside from the monsters, all of them were designed by a woman who was really just enamored of drawing women in sexy outfits. The monsters tended to get more and more extreme with each series, especially the Daimons who had to reveal a star on their bodies in order to collect Heart Crystals. A few of them were censored in the original English dub due to stars in rather intimate locations.
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Caretaker Reversal: In one episode of Sailor Moon R, when Minako plays nurse to her friends, but ends up sick herself by the end of the episode, when Usagi and Chibi-usa return the favor.
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Dropped a Bridge on Him: The anime isn't much better than the manga: Princess Kakyuu gets about 2 episodes worth of screen time before she gets killed. She gets better after the final battle due to Sailor Moon. In Sailor Moon S, Mimete teleports herself into cyberspace, makes a big intro, and announces that being in the computer increases her power tenfold. Just as you're expecting an epic battle, Tellu walks in and pulls the plug, effectively 'deleting' Mimete. The final three members of the Witches 5 all go out like this - Tellu gets killed fighting with her own plant the very next episode, Viluy gets essentially eaten alive by her own nano-machines in her ONLY episode, and Cyprine and Ptilol kill themselves in their only fight with the Senshi by being tricked into shooting each other. In comparison, Eudial and Mimete had several episode arcs to themselves before meeting their untimely deaths.
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Agony Beam: Various baddies have them, a notable use (though without an actual beam) is during R when Rubeus increases his ship's artificial gravity to 10 and more G's to torture Sailor Moon. She stands up.
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Alternate Continuity: The anime bares only a passing resemblance to the manga, which progresses as the series moves on. While most of the manga's cast appears, they frequently have completely different motivations, personalities, and backstories. This leads to each plot arc playing out completely differently in the anime compared to the manga, only occasionally sharing a story beat or two. This was by design, as the anime and manga were intended to be in production simultaneously and thus the writers only had access to story boards and concept art of the manga during series production.
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Ami's Improbably High I.Q. got a huge boost in the Viz dub when Umino states a rumor that it was "OVER NINE THOUSAND". This doubled as a Throw It In! that his actor was not expecting to be kept.
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Dub Personality Change: Haruka and Michiru are affected with this in the Cloverway English dub. In the original, they are civil and polite with the other Senshi (when in civilian mode, that is); Cloverway's dub, all the "cousin" subtext aside, made them spout off unnecessarily snide remarks from time to time, mainly at Serena's expense. In the English dub, Rei's personality was exaggerated so that she bickers with Usagi even more and isn't nearly as friendly with her (or the others) as she is in the original. The original English dub focused more on Makoto's tomboyish side than her feminine side. This lessened her Tomboy Angst as a result.
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Theme Tune Cameo: "Moonlight Densetsu" showed up a lot in the original Japanese show. Several characters are shown singing it on their own. The locket that Princess Serenity and Prince Endymion share in the first series also plays an instrumental version of the song. The original English dub uses the theme tune in instrumental in a few different places from the Japanese version, but also includes a few of the same cameos. It also has to cut a few of the spoken cameos since the English lyrics explicitly reference the plot of the show, while the Japanese lyrics simply talk about a miraculous romance.
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In-Universe, when Ami is introduced, she complains that whenever she uses a disc that the disguised MOTD gives the students of her cram school class to study with, she gets headaches. The computer screen shows, when she uses it, a very feint blue flicker. The monster proceeds to shove Ami's face right into the screen during this sequence (for those worried about anyone actually getting a seizure from this scene, don't worry: it's not intense in any way). Ironically, this is also the scene in which Luna sees the Mercury symbol on Ami's head.
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Stock Footage: The transfomation, attack, and heroic introduction sequences.
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Draft Dodging: Sailor Uranus's backstory amounts to this. To wit: a young, masculine individual receives a message that obligates participating in a battle, and that masculine individual tries to flee for reasons of self-preservation.
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Paper-Thin Disguise: Let's be honest... most of the Sailor Soldiers look exactly like their real selves. In the "Grandpa's Follies" episode, when Usagi uses the Moon Power pen to transform into a fortuneteller, Rei sees through the disguise right away, although the DIC English dialogue lets Raye have a little fun with Serena before she lets Serena know she wasn't fooled.
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I'm Cold... So Cold...
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I'm Cold... So Cold...: Inverted in Sailor Stars where people are explicitly warm to the touch when they die. Lines that reference it are Tear Jerker material for fans. For example...
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Relationship Ceiling: Usagi and Mamoru reached this at the end of R. At that point, they're officially together, but any talk of marriage or moving in will have to wait until after Usagi's out of middle school.
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Getting Crap Past the Radar: The Monster of the Week in season four's Beach Episode attacks with various colored balls, announcing the color in advance. When she gets to "gold", her face goes red and says she can't say it out loud; that's because kintama literally means "golden ball", but it also means, ahem, "family jewels". Depending on why the scenes of Amara and Michelle as a couple were left in in the original English dub (that is, on purpose versus out of laziness or general incompetence), they might count, and the two might only have been called "cousins" in order to appease the censors (then again, they were trying to appease the Cartoon Network censors). The elephant joke, which was itself a Shout-Out to Crayon Shin-chan. While the original English dub (DiC version, not Cloverwaynote though Cloverway was censored as well, but it focused more on the sexual/non-violent, but still questionable for an alleged children's show content) was heavily censored, whoever was in charge of making the "Sailor Says" segments must have had a sense of humor about it because they frequently included scenes that had been cut out of the episode for content. An episode in Sailor Moon R (the one where Darien breaks up with Serena after seeing images of her dying on their wedding day in the future) featured a gust of wind blowing Berthier's skirt up over her head, making a Panty Shot. Whoever censored this out for the original English dub left a few of the incriminating frames in anyway, which were spotted by viewers who taped the episode and paused quickly enough. "I'm the one with the most talent here!" - Lita in the "Snow White" episode of Sailor Moon R (DIC dub), arguing why she ought to be cast in the title role of the play while literally throwing her ample bosom in Rei's face. "I want my PIE! PIE! PIE! PIE! PIE! And I want it NOW!" - Serena's temper tantrum (Cloverway dub) when she learns that Rini and Sammy ate all the lemon pie Ikuko made for dessert.
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Temporary Love Interest: Many one-shot characters.
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If Sailor Moon had let Uranus and Neptune kill Hotaru/Sailor Saturn in the S season, then she wouldn't have been able to heal the Phages in Sailor Stars or even defeat Galaxia (or have faced Nehellenia in the first arc of Sailor Stars since Galaxia only freed her so the new threat would force baby Hotaru to grow up and have her Star Seed ready for her when she arrived) since she wouldn't have earned her "Eternal" transformation which required all the Sailor Soldiers (minus Chibi Moon) to lend her their powers. So if Uranus and Neptune had gotten what they wanted, the Earth would have been completely devastated by the Shadow Galactica.
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Adaptational Ugliness: Sailor Mars' grandfather is portrayed as tall and rather attractive in the manga. The anime on the other hand made him short and bald.
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Early Installment Weirdness: In Jupiter's debut episode, she throws her own earrings at Zoisite as if they were just a random object to toss as a distraction. Later on it's made a point that the earrings had belonged to her mother which is why she always wore them.
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Fighting Fingerprint
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Fighting Fingerprint: In episode 100, Sailor Venus battles the Monster of the Week in a one-on-one game of volleyball — the ball is an energy sphere protecting the Pure Heart Crystal extracted from the monster's victim. In the climax of the fight, Venus makes a diving save that the half-conscious victim recognizes as the exact move that Venus performed earlier in her civilian identity.
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Sculpted Physique: The monsters' aesthetics.
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Book Ends: From the beginning of Episode 1 and the end of Episode 200, respectively.
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Loser Protagonist: The title character, when she is not being magical, and even sometimes when she is, is a poor student, klutz, and crybaby.
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From Dress to Dressing
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From Dress to Dressing: When taking a rest whilst fleeing from Zoisite in a park, Naru patches up Nephrite's arm with a strip of cloth she rips from her pajamas. After Nephrite's death she keeps the cloth which was all that was left when he faded away. Eventually she gives it to Umino to show she's moved on, and is now interested in Umino.
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Luminescent Blush: Sailor Moon and Tuxedo Mask, upon learning Chibi-Usa is their Kid from the Future.
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Red String of Fate: In one episode of SMR Makaiju arc; also mentioned in episode 69.
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Adaptation-Induced Plot Hole: In the Sailor Moon S season, the then-currently condescending Outer Senshi have an oddly polite conversation with Tuxedo Mask (despite him being one of the weakest senshi) and refer to him respectfully as Endymion, despite no other indications that they know much about the existing cast (barring Pluto). This was lifted almost directly from the manga, where the Outer Senshi are implied to already know who most of the senshi are/were but are avoiding working with them out of a sense of duty and penance rather than dislike and skepticism. The anime never explains how Mamoru is able to keep Chibi-Usa alive at the end of Sailor Moon S when her heart crystal is stolen. This is a plot point that is lifted directly from the manga, but by this point the story had already established that he has the power to pass on energy to another person and even heal wounds several times. The anime never establishes him as possessing such a power, but it acts as though he's been able to do this all along. The anime directly adapts one of the manga's "Exam Battle" short stories, "Ami's First Love", (about Ami getting a love letter from a secret admirer and freaking out so much she breaks out in hives) as a short film to open the SuperS movie, without accounting for multiple continuity differences. The title itself either ignores or retcons Ami's first in-series relationship with Canon Foreigner Urawa Ryo, and Ami develops an allergy to love letters that contradicts that romance plotline, where she was mature about love letters and relationships. She's also given an attack she's previously used only in the manga. As the movies themselves are usually regarded as non-canon due to various continuity issues, this short is treated in a similar manner, but its use of source material makes such errors far more noticeable. In the Sailor Stars season, many characters remark that Chibi Chibi looks exactly like Usagi. Not just like her little sister, more like her daughter. Well, in the manga, this did make sense as Chibi Chibi is actually Sailor Cosmos, which may be a future form of Sailor Moon herself, and thus the possibility of being the same person. In the anime, however, her origin is completely independent of Sailor Moon entirely and it's never explained why they look the same. Why are the Amazoness Quartet named after large celestial bodies? Almost every other villain (including the Anima Mates in Stars) are named after gems, minerals, or metals; obviously, they were named after asteroids because they were meant to be Chibi-Usa's future Guardians the same way Mercury, Mars, Jupiter, and Venus are for her mother, but we never get that explanation in the anime. And despite them also saying that they'll see the others again, they never show up again for the rest of the series (unlike the manga).
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Panty Shot: Mostly averted, since the Sailor Guardians wear leotards so you're technically not seeing their underwear, but occasionally played straight, such as in episode 2, when they wear civilian clothes. Also see Parent Service. The original English dub censored many of these, but some (typically of the blink-and-you'll-miss-it variety) were kept in. Mimete in "Crazy for Celebrities! Mimete in Doubt" (a.k.a. "Mimete's Mess" in the original English dub). After she has a collision while running, she's seen on the ground, displaying white panties under her yellow trench coat dress (cut out of the Di C/Clowerway dub note  when aired on TV anyway, the Geneon DVD's left this scene intact , but retained in the Viz dub). In "The Targeted Kindergarteners: Venus the Rescue" (a.k.a. "Kindergarten Chaos" in the original English dub), Mina, in her school uniform, has a frontal shot of her white panties when she slides down the side of a building before landing on Artemis as she makes it to the bus stop. This part shown in its originally, uncensored form. Commonly with Chibuisa/Rini.
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Adaptation Distillation: In-universe example- the Sailor V video game, as popular as it is, has her standing in one spot shooting snakes and bats with a laser pistol, and the poster for the game features what look like stereotypical Mafia members as the bad guys. It is clearly not based very well on the actual Sailor V's adventures.
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Stealth Cigarette Commercial
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Stealth Cigarette Commercial: Watch closely in episode 126 during the sequence of Haruka and Michiru's flashbacks of the events on S that they participate, specifically the image where a worm-like creature appears to attack Haruka. The logo on the back of Haruka's race suit is basically Marlboro's logo, except that the triangle is changed into a half-circle and the word Marlboro is replaced with "V Team". The actual episode where this gets shown (episode 106) is even more blatant with it, as on Haruka flashbacks before becoming a Senshi, her race suit clearly uses the same general design of most real-life Marlboro race suits. And unlike 126 where the Marlboro logo's triangle is changed into a half-circle, in this case it stays the same, with only the name in the logo changed to her name.
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Thinly-Veiled Dub Country Change: The dub attempted to pass rice balls off as 'jelly donuts', on top of the many other things they attempted to make the show seem like it was set in America. The Sailor Fuku dresses the main characters wore to school non-with-standing.
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Ain't Too Proud to Beg/Villains Want Mercy: In the Cloverway English dub, Tellu begs the Senshi to save her when her own giant plant attacks her. They don't.
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Distress Ball
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Distress Ball: In Episode 62, the entire team except for Sailor Mercury are completely helpless against a perfectly ordinary Monster of the Week so that Sailor Mercury can realize that she's needed and come save the team. The usual sexist implications aren't present; instead, it's to deliver the Aesop that Ami should stay with the Sailor Guardians instead of leaving to fulfill her dream.
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Pragmatic Adaptation: The 90s anime added much more characterization and character development than the original manga had, especially with the villains. It also honored Takeuchi's original vision of killing off the entire senshi at the end of the first arc, which she wasn't allowed to do in her manga. Some fans of the DiC version argue that it was one itself, since it fixed some flaws in the weight loss episode, and added some needed dramatic irony by not even pretending to keep Serena's identity as the princess a secret, among other things. Taken to great lengths in promotional material. Consider having to adapt and translate stuff from the later half of a series many hadn't officially seen yet, and making it mesh with earlier stuff already adapted a different way (certain names, certain premises). It's pretty telling that most of the merchandise for different adaptations tends to be less censored and changed compared to the more mainstream show.
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I Have the High Ground
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I Have the High Ground: Mostly Tuxedo Mask, Uranus and Neptune. Sailor Moon does this from time to time though, and the 3rd Season opening does this to all the Sailor Senshi.
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Heel–Face Turn
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Played with especially in SuperS when HawksEye is killed by one of PallaPalla's henchmen, and TigersEye and FishEye sacrifice themselves to save Usagi. As a result, Pegasus brings all three back to life AND gives them dream mirrors; they then depart to dwell in the dream world of Elysian forever. Also, the Amazones Quartet do a Heel–Face Turn and survive.
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Schrödinger's Cast
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Schrödinger's Cast: Many characters differ from manga to anime, but the ones in the Death Busters villain group are probably the most notable. Also, several characters who were killed off like the mooks they were in the manga are instead redeemed in the anime. This made for a bit of a problem in the Stars anime when Hotaru was reintroduced to the plot - in the manga, Tomoe was dead and Hotaru had been adopted by the Haruka, Michiru, and Setsuna. In the anime, he was given a new lease on life and chance to raise her himself. This led to a very awkward scene where Setsuna simply comes and picks up Hotaru from her father and he's never shown in the series again.
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Kids Are Cruel: Occasionally when it involves Ami and Makoto. Particularly when the other students make fun of the former for being studious and the latter for having a bad reputation as a fighter and getting kicked out of school for it. Taken Up to Eleven in the DIC dub, where the gossip about Amy in her debut episode gets downright vicious.
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Image Song
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Image Song: Most of the main characters have several, even Mamoru. Beryl and Galaxia also got image songs. And not shockingly, several of the songs made it into the show to sell the albums. This was true in the United States as well, where two soundtrack CDs were released in conjunction with DIC's English dubs of the first series and Sailor Moon R. Although the original Japanese insert/image songs were (like the rest of the musical score) replaced with new ones for the DIC dub, the second CD (Sailor Moon and the Scouts: Lunarock), released while the series was having its second wind on Cartoon Network, did include two Japanese songs, "Moonlight Densetsu" and "Ai no Senshi."
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Author Appeal
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The anime downgrades Mamoru to this by the end of R. Storylines in the manga that had given him a more independent role were rewritten in the anime to feature characters the anime staff admitted they had an easier time writing for. Kunihiko Ikuhara later admitted he had trouble writing for him and even joked about trying to kill him off permanently, but Ikuhara also gave Mamoru a more independent role in the only movie he directed. He also tended to be more fascinated with lesbians and hence Mamoru fell way into the background when Haruka and Michiru were finally introduced. He never recovered if his next show is any indication.
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Circus of Fear
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Almost literal in Super S - given that the enemy is a Circus of Fear.
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Detention Episode: Both Usagi/Serena and Natsumi/Ann get detention from Ms. Haruna in episode 57, "After-School Trouble: Usagi Is a Target" aka "Detention Doldrums" (DIC title). Haruna gives them extra English lessons to do for punishment (or in the DIC dub, an essay to write about "why school is important to me"), but Natsumi takes the opportunity to try to Murder the Hypotenuse and steal Usagi's energy.
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Dub-Induced Plot Hole: On top of just plain inconsistent dubbing, some incredibly unique plot inconsistencies popped up in the original English dubbing: How did Kaorinite know that Uranus and Neptune were cousins? Under brainwashing, Mamoru starts referring to himself by his 'original' name Endymion and no longer recognizes the former. This quirk is kept in the original English dub...except that in THAT version, he has the same name in the present and the past and acts as if he doesn't recognize being called "Darien" despite going by "Prince Darien." The hilarious result of this plot hole led to this example being the original Trope Namer. A ridiculous amount of plot inconsistencies spring up in the final episodes of the Dark Kingdom arc because of both the dropping of episode 42 and the final episodes heavy editing to obscure the fact the senshi are (temporarily) killed. They are: An entire episode featuring Minako's backstory was dropped, during which the Senshi discovered the entrance to the Dark Kingdom. In the dub there's a throwaway comment that Central Control gave them the location (despite it being revealed a few episodes earlier that Central Control was actually Artemis). Sailor Mercury's death featured her destroying the DD Girls' power source, stopping them from using their illusions. This scene isn't in the dub and the Doom and Gloom Girls inexplicably stop using the illusions that helped them take out Jupiter and Mercury. Sailor Mars is the last to die, killing the final two DD Girls. However the dub changes all the deaths to the girls simply being held prisoner in the Negaverse. Mars being held prisoner makes no sense as she destroyed the DD Girls so there was no one to kidnap her. The whole "search for the Moon Princess" plot point had lost all credibility ever since the first episode was aired. Not only they've changed Usagi and Serenity's name to Serena, they've also spoiled the Moon Kingdom's destruction for the series' prologue. To make matters worse, both the narrator and Queen Serenity even blatantly say Luna and Artemis' mission is to find and protect "Princess Serena".
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Vile Villain, Laughable Lackey
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Vile Villain, Laughable Lackey: Sailor Iron Mouse of the Sailor Animamates wasn't a very serious villain, but when she failed, she was (rightly) terrified of how her boss would react.
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Casting Gag
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Casting Gag: Stephanie Sheh, the new English voice of Usagi, also voiced another cheerful blonde with twin tails and blue eyes. This is also apparent in the Viz Media English dub version where Cristina Valenzuela (who voices Rei Hino/Sailor Mars) voiced another similar character in the person of Homura Akemi. Both are antiheroic aloof dark haired girls whose names have a fiery meaning. Also from the Viz dub, Debi Derryberry (Diana's English VA) voices another similar cat-like being named Ryo-Ohki. Both came from outer-space. Steve Kramer as Wiseman. He had previously voiced Wisemon in Digimon Fusion, a very similar character clearly inspired by Wiseman.
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Usagi lets another one out after the Disney Deaths of Sailors Uranus and Neptune at the start of episode 111 in the S season.
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AcCENT upon the Wrong SylLABle
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AcCENT upon the Wrong SylLABle: Inverted in Viz's redub of episode 21, Protect the Children's Dreams! Friendship Through Anime. The translation goes for the correct pronunciation of ah-nee-may, rather than the ubiquitous an-nih-May.
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Ocular Gushers
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Ocular Gushers: Usagi. Many, many times.
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Clark Kenting
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Clark Kenting: To ridiculous degrees. Even the villains get in on this action. Minako is the one who manages to pull the intention of this off most successfully, though. Even though she was flanderized to an enormous degree, that only happens in her civilian form. As Sailor Venus, she's always a badass. At least it appears to be flanderization. But when one looks at the Codename Sailor V manga, it's very apparently her canon characterization. Speaking of Minako, she actually manages to make money off this trope in the original anime. People looking to make merchandise based on Sailor V chose Minako as a model because they thought she bore an uncanny resemblance to Sailor V. Apparently no one thought that's because she is Sailor V.
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Up to Eleven
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Minako, who in the anime goes from being more mature and experienced despite her occasional ditziness, to being arguably worse than Usagi in terms of ditziness by the the last season.
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Idiot Ball
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When Hotaru is revealed to be Sailor Saturn, the Outer Senshi are determined to kill her, even more so after she was revealed to have been taken over by Mistress 9, but Sailor Moon and the Inner Senshi vehemently refuse to allow this, believing there has to be another way... except no one actually suggests another way to save Hotaru, they just keep saying "There has to be another way!" without coming up with any alternatives. What makes this an Idiot Ball is that the Silver Crystal would've been capable of killing Mistress 9 and saving Hotaru as Sailor Moon had used it to perform similar actions in the past with no cost of her energy, but no one even mentions it as an option. Not even Setsuna/Sailor Pluto who is quite familiar with the capabilities of the Silver Crystal due to her knowledge of Crystal Tokyo and her relationship with Chibiusa and Neo-Queen Serenity, so throughout the entire dilemma of whether of not Hotaru could be saved, the obvious solution, the Silver Crystal, is bafflingly forgotten.
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Recursive Canon
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Recursive Canon: Sailor Venus sometimes reads her own Sailor V comic. In fact it appears to be a favorite comic of Usagi and Rei as well, and the anime includes references to Sailor V anime and video games.
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ColorCodedForYourConvenience
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Color-Coded for Your Convenience / Color-Coded Characters: Each of the Sailor Guardians.
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Spared by the Adaptation
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Spared by the Adaptation: A good part of the villains were redeemed by Sailor Moon's Incorruptible Pure Pureness while they'd meet an usually gruesome demise in the manga. In R, it was the Ayakashi Sisters. In S, Dr. Souichi Tomoe. Mimete also survives, but she never reforms and is sealed away forever after Tellu literally pulls the plug on the machine she used to power herself with. In SuperS, the Amazon Trio. And in Stars, Nehelennia (who was the Big Bad of SuperS, but whose storyline wouldn't be resolved until Stars) and Sailor Galaxia.
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Played for Laughs
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Unlike its deadly manga counterpart, Sailor Chibi Moon's "Pink Sugar Heart Attack" is a nuisance at best and often doesn't work at all in the anime. Played for Laughs. Justified because she's a Senshi In Training and doesn't come into real power until SuperS. Except for that one time she uses it against Tellu.
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Spotlight-Stealing Squad
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Spotlight-Stealing Squad: Chibi-Usa in Super S and the Sailor Starlights in Stars.
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Brother–Sister Incest: Ail and An in the second season have hints of this because they were created from the same being, a la Adam and Eve; surprisingly, this wasn't removed from the original English dub (though one episodenote "Who's the White Rose For? The Moonlight Knight Appears" or "A Knight to Remember", if you go by the old DiC dubs was edited to remove them kissing).
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"Be Quiet!" Nudge: Rei puts on a Large Ham act to try to convince the Starlights to join her study group, claiming that she formed the group to study for the high school entrance exams. When Minako mutters that Rei's school doesn't have entrance exams, Rei gives Minako's foot a painful stomp.
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Amusing Injuries: In episode 104, Usagi's feet fall asleep during a tea ceremony and Chibi-usa punches her in the foot to deliberately trigger Seiza Squirm. One word: ouch.
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Removing the Rival: In episode 192, Sailor Tin Nyanko ties up and gags Sailor Lead Crow backstage so that she can take her place as the judge at the idol competition Minako is entering.
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For Want of a Nail: If Sailor Moon had let Uranus and Neptune kill Hotaru/Sailor Saturn in the S season, then she wouldn't have been able to heal the Phages in Sailor Stars or even defeat Galaxia (or have faced Nehellenia in the first arc of Sailor Stars since Galaxia only freed her so the new threat would force baby Hotaru to grow up and have her Star Seed ready for her when she arrived) since she wouldn't have earned her "Eternal" transformation which required all the Sailor Soldiers (minus Chibi Moon) to lend her their powers. So if Uranus and Neptune had gotten what they wanted, the Earth would have been completely devastated by the Shadow Galactica. In the Stars season, had Uranus and Neptune not attacked when Sailor Moon and Sailor Star Fighter were about to shake hands and establish an alliance, they would have been able to work together as a group and the constant conflict between the Earth Senshi and the Starlight Senshi wouldn't have happened.
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Comedic Spanking: Chibi-Usa is on the receiving end of this from Usagi on multiple occasions. (She's usually earned it.)
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Sailor Fuku
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Sailor Fuku: Most of the characters are japanese school girls and because of this, they wears often Sailor Fuku in their private identity. The cloth of all the Sailor Guardians (With the exceptions of the Sailor Guardians from the 5th season, who came from outer space and with the exception of Tuxedo Mask, who not really count as Sailor Guardians) is clearly inspired from classical Sailor Fuku. Even the name Sailor Guardians and in the the end name of this show "Sailor Moon" came from their clothes.
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Press-Ganged: In the first season, this is how Yumemi Yumeno finds her models for her paintings. She grabs Usagi and Mamoru (almost literally) and begs them to be her models. Similarly, in the "Queen Rei" "Culture Festival" episode of R, Ali and Ann get pressed into service as models for the fashion show segment of the program.
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"The Reason You Suck" Speech: At the end of Sailor Moon S, Haruka and Michiru give this to Usagi, saying that her Wide-Eyed Idealism nearly caused the end of the world and that it was just dumb luck that it had been averted. For that, they say Usagi is not fit to be a ruler and will never accept her as one.
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Animation Bump: The animation started cheap in Classic, it got a little better in R. Then, Sailor Moon S and SuperS had a complete revamp, everything looked shiny and smooth, especially in stock footage. Finally, we reach Sailor Stars, where it makes it seem like the entire season was animated by a different company. Just as an example of how things improved, compared this to THIS. Much of the change in art style can be attributed to the fact that the series changed character designers three times after Sailor Moon R: Kazuko Tadano was replaced by Mari Tominaga (S), Ikuko Ito (Super S), and Katsumi Tamegai (Sailor Stars).
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Left Hanging: A number of countries never finished dubbing the show, creating this effect at the stopping point. DiC did this twice in their stewardship of the license. The first happened when they stopped dubbing at the 65 episode syndication limit, which cut off the storyline just as Rini learned the Scouts' true identities and right before the end of the Rubeus arc. After Irwin Toys' success selling Sailor Moon toys in Canada, they fronted the money to dub the rest of Sailor Moon R which added 17 more episodes....which only ran in Canada on YTV. It would be another year that these aired in the rest of North America, when Toonami picked up the show's airings and ran them as "lost episodes." Due to the show's success, Cloverway dubbed S and SuperS specifically for Toonami, leaving a short gap between R and S. However, after the end of SuperS, Toei pulled the show's license worldwide, which cut the show off after SuperS and thus left the hanging Nehellenia plot thread from SuperS unresolved. It would not get licensed again in America until 2014, when Viz Media announced its acquisition of it at the Anime Central convention. Not only is Viz re-releasing all four seasons (with all new English dubs), but also, they licensed the final season, Sailor Stars.
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Attack Its Weak Point: The monster Iguara in episode 5 has a huge white blinking spot at the base of its tail that is its only vulnerability. The doll monster Jumeau in episode 18 is invulnerable and endlessly regenerates the segments of her arms and legs to use as projectiles until Ami uses her visor to determine that the youma's weakness is her left ankle (somehow).
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Large Ham
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Large Ham: Usagi/Serena as the Wicked Queen in the "Snow White" episode of Sailor Moon R, especially in DIC's English dub. DIC dub Shingo even gets in a jab at her.
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Artistic License – Animal Care
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Artistic License – Animal Care: The DIC dub episode "Grandpa's Follies" changes the daifuku (mochi pastries filled with sweet bean paste) on which Usagi and Luna are snacking to chocolate cupcakes. Not that unusual a move for an anime English dub, except that if they were really chocolate cupcakes, it would be bad news for Luna, as chocolate can be lethal to cats.
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Non-Serial Movie
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Non-Serial Movie: All of them.
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Fatal Family Photo
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Fatal Family Photo: In Sailor Stars, when Mamoru is on a flight to America, he looks back at the photo of him with Usagi and Chibiusa before Galaxia attacks and kills him. He is revived at the final episode, however.
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Puppy-Dog Eyes
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Puppy-Dog Eyes: Mina flashes Rei a pair of these when waiting for her to try the porridge she made her.
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What Song Was This Again?
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What Song Was This Again?: The Optimum dub features a "Moonlight Densetsu" cover with rewritten lyrics, called "(The One Named) Sailor Moon". While the first two seasons completely replaced the BGM and thus had their own original insert songs, the third and fourth season used the Japanese music and thus insert songs would be covers of the Japanese original with rewritten lyrics. Ai No Senshi became "Tear our Hearts in Two" "Watashi-tatchi ni naritakute" becomes "Love is in our hearts" and Sailor Team no Theme becomes "Let's Fight".note These songs were never released on CD, so the titles listed here are unofficial and based off their hooks.
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What Happened to the Mouse?
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What Happened to the Mouse?: As mentioned in Schrödinger's Cast, the anime never states whether Hotaru was ever returned to her loving father again after Sailor Pluto showed up and took her away from him.
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Quirky Miniboss Squad
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How do you know that things are about to get real? When the Quirky Miniboss Squad is gone, as are all those silly monsters they summon.
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Filling the Silence
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Filling the Silence: Both DiC and Cloverway did this frequently, ever so often ruining the dramatic tension built up for those moments.
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Denser and Wackier
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Denser and Wackier: The anime's sense of humor is a good deal wackier than the manga's. While the manga wasn't without its lighthearted moments, their overall tone was more down-to-earth in comparison to the anime's more exaggerated and slapstick funny moments.
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Space Whale
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Space Whale: Michiru did a painting of one.
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And Knowing Is Half the Battle
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And Knowing Is Half the Battle: "Sailor Says", from the original English dub of the first two seasons only.
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Big Budget Beef-Up: The animation quality takes a noticeable jump about midway through R and again for S onwards.
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Took a Level in Jerkass: As many fans have noted, Raye is much more of a jerkass to Serena in the original English dub than Rei is to Usagi. Where Rei was telling Usagi to be less of an immature crybaby, Raye was often insulting Serena for no other reason than to be nasty. One example is in "Grandpa Loses Control: Rei in Danger" (aka "Grandpa's Follies"): in the original version, before shoving Usagi down, Rei tells her to mind her own business regarding Grandpa's strange behavior. The dub changes the dialogue to Raye making a needlessly mean joke about Serena having spaghetti for brains "to go with the meatballs outside." Similarly, Amy and Lita are harsher in their subsequent criticism of Raye than Ami and Mako were with Rei. Some of the other characters (even Ami) got in on this as well in the DIC dub.
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Two-Timer Date: Minako in SuperS. Ironically, her boyfriends were really TigersEye and HawksEye competing over her dream mirror.
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Kissing Cousins
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Depending on why the scenes of Amara and Michelle as a couple were left in in the original English dub (that is, on purpose versus out of laziness or general incompetence), they might count, and the two might only have been called "cousins" in order to appease the censors (then again, they were trying to appease the Cartoon Network censors).
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Karmic Death
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Karmic Death: The fate of most of the villains who don't do a Heel–Face Turn. When you look at it, aside from final antagonists (Queen Beryl, Queen Metaria, Wiseman, and Pharaoh 90), the only major villains to be directly killed by a Sailor Soldiers are Kunzite (and even he in a Hoist by His Own Petard scenario), Esmeraude (who'd turned into a dragon), and Germatoid. The other major villains to die are killed by other villains.
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Hot Springs Episode
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Used in various episodes with bath scenes, including the Hot Springs Episode of the first season. Shingo is embarrassed about wearing one, and when Usagi teases him about it, he retaliates by stealing hers and leaving Usagi naked.
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Back for the Finale
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Back for the Finale: Sailor Saturn was mostly absent for most of Stars after the Neherina Arc, but in episodes leading to the finale, she makes an unexpected appearance in saving the Sailor Guardians from Galaxia's attack.
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Busman's Holiday
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Busman's Holiday: Episodes 20 and 67, which feature the girls going on vacation and confronting, respectively, ghosts and dinosaurs. In both episodes, however, their powers are nearly useless - the ghost problem is actually resolved without them and in the dinosaur episode, their combined power is nothing against the forces of nature which they derive their powers from.
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Ignored Enemy: In one episode of Sailor Stars most of the main cast ends up at Usagi's (small) house and so does the Monster of the Week. When Sailor Star Maker attempts to attack him the other Senshi grab her to stop the attack from ruining the house, the other two Starlights try to pull them away, and an argument results. Said Monster of the Week is forgotten and even attempts to get Star Fighter's attention, getting punched for his trouble.
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Transformation Sequence
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Transformation Sequence: All the main cast. Tuxedo Mask once did a very impressive transformation while riding a motorcycle. He also got a "standard" sequence that was only shown twice in the anime. Saturn is a slight subversion. She is never shown transforming on screen in any of the 200 anime episodes. The only sequence she has comes from a video game for Sega Saturn.
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Big Bad
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And in Stars, Nehelennia (who was the Big Bad of SuperS, but whose storyline wouldn't be resolved until Stars) and Sailor Galaxia.
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Tree Vessel
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Tree Vessel: The Makaiju [Doom Tree in the original American dub] - after its planet was destroyed the Makaiju uprooted itself and traveled through space, sheltering some of the planet's denizens in its roots.
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Fairy Tale Motifs: The first part of the fifth season is very predictable if you're familiar with Hans Christian Andersen's "The Snow Queen".
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Parent Service
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Minako herself seems to be the biggest provider of Parent Service out of the Senshi. One episode has Rei's head floating up her skirt (while she calls her a pervert - the DiC dub kept this in despite having Mina yell at Raye, "Do you mind?!"), and there's also another episode where Usagi calls all the Senshi and Minako is inexplicably wearing just a Modesty Towel. One episode opened with a panning shot of her in the middle of changing her clothes.
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Family-Unfriendly Death
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Family-Unfriendly Death: Viluy was devoured alive by her own nanites, screaming in agony the whole time.
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Evil Costume Switch
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Evil Costume Switch: Endymion, Galaxia, and especially Black Lady (who even gets a new body out of the deal).
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Stay in the Kitchen
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It was established in the 13th episode that anyone who makes sexist remarks within earshot of a Sailor Guardians is in for a world of hurt, as Jadeite learned the hard way when the then-Power Trio of the Sailor Guardians used Plane Fu on him for that offense.
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Barbie Doll Anatomy
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Barbie Doll Anatomy: While arguably justified during the transformation sequences, on any of the rare occasions one of the girls was topless she had nipple-less breasts. Oddly subverted when Fish Eye took his top off in one episode.
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Hypnosis-Proof Dogs: When Chibiusa first appears she tries to hypnotize Usagi's entire family. At first this even affects Luna (who is a cat, albeit sentient), but she quickly breaks out of the trance and then bites Usagi to snap her out of it as well.
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Continuity Nod: In the first season we find out that Minako lived in London for a while. A few seasons later she's shown as the one most fluent in English. Season 4 finale provides one on epic scale. Nehellenia gloats that the Golden Crystal that could defeat her was powerless because humans stopped having good dreams... Cue all of that season's Victims Of The Week, targeted specifically because each of them had a good dream, recharging it.
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Signature Sound Effect: Each planetary Senshi has one that's usually heard at the end of her Transformation Sequence.
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Filler
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Filler: Probably the biggest complaint of the anime is the copious filler used to pad out the plot points. SuperS is the biggest offender and can even be considered a filler season as the number of episodes dedicated to the plot or characterization of the main characters falls under single digits.
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Gut Punch
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Gut Punch: Nephrite's untimely demise, in Naru's arms no less. If Jadeite's eternal sleep wasn't enough of a hint as to how dangerous the Dark Kingdom is, this moment sealed it in heartbreaking fashion. The guardians get taken out one by one in the second last episode of the Dark Kingdom arc, leaving Sailor Moon alone to take on Beryl. It doesn't last thanks to a Reset Button, but you know the ante's been upped at that point.
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Leitmotif
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Leitmotif: Most the cast has some piece of unique music, all of which are listed on the page corresponding to the trope. Most notably, Sailor Moon had a unique piece of music for every transformation and attack, the most out of any individual character.
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She's a Man in Japan
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She's a Man in Japan: DIC dub Zoicite might as well be the Trope Namer.
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Anatomy of the Soul: Each season had at least one new item. The Death Busters transform the "pure hearts" of humans into crystals in the anime, in the manga human hosts are used to hold Daimons. In the anime, the Dark Moon Circus first try to search the "dream mirrors" of humans for Pegasus, then later try to search for one with a golden mirror. In Sailor Stars, Shadow Galactica rip the star seeds out of people as they search for special star seeds, and then turn their victims into phages.
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Killed Mid-Sentence: Wiseman. Interestingly enough he isn't cut off until the Dark Crystal is destroyed, while he seems to be destroyed before, which hints at his "true form" being the shadowy spirit witnessed during the battle residing inside the Dark Crystal.
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Mood Whiplash: As the SailorMoonSays channel demonstrates, this particular adaptation is very much prone to this. Often, dramatic, serious moments will be interrupted by goofy sitcom shenanigans or vice versa.
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Language Barrier: The DIC and CWI dubs typically rewrote any instances of Japanese vs. English language conflicts to English vs. French language conflicts. Which makes sense considering that the original dubs were made in Canada, where English and French are both official languages and students study both in school. The Viz Media version of that episode replaces the language conflict with Usagi's struggles to speak "very proper English". In the first episode of Sailor Moon R, in the original Japanese, it's mentioned that Natsumi (An) can speak English, but, after initially pronouncing the word "Yes" fluently, speaks gibberish when asked to speak more English. In Viz's English dub, the language is changed from English to Spanish, and in the DIC English dub, Anne is asked to speak French.
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Lettered Sequel: Goes with R and S.
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Reduced to Dust
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Reduced to Dust: This happens to any Youma hit by Moon Tiara Action. It didn't happen to some Youma, however- one was shattered to pieces after being hit instead.
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Most of the main characters have several, even Mamoru. Beryl and Galaxia also got image songs. And not shockingly, several of the songs made it into the show to sell the albums.
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Ascended Extra
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Ascended Extra: In the manga, the roles of most villains, minor characters, and minor supporting characters were extremely small and they were often killed off without much ado or quietly written aside. In the anime, their roles and characters were greatly expanded.
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The One True Sequence: The Rainbow Crystals
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Nephrite's untimely demise, in Naru's arms no less. If Jadeite's eternal sleep wasn't enough of a hint as to how dangerous the Dark Kingdom is, this moment sealed it in heartbreaking fashion.
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The Makaiju arc in Sailor Moon R is most noticeable for being a completely original concept created for the unexpectedly popular show getting renewed, but needing the original manga to get further ahead in order to adapt more material. Notably, the baddies are a pair instead of a team; they are not connected to the show's original mythos; they lack a unique MacGuffin-mission like most enemies, and they are eventually (and perhaps even initially) outclassed by the senshi who get strong attacks which never come up again. The DiC dub added some Dub Text where Al says "Queen Beryl was right - this planet has energy". Not for nothing was this arc nicknamed "the most expensive fanfic ever made."
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Brother Chuck: Season one had a fairly large supporting cast, including Usagi's parents and little brother, Rei's grandpa and his assistant Yūichirōnote named "Chad" in the DiC dub, and various folks from their school. Almost all of them had vanished completely by season three, though a couple made a token appearance or two in later seasons (usually as monster attack victims), and the writers were nice enough to pair off Usagi's main two school chums before they vanished. Only Yūichirō stayed on because of his status as Rei's "love interest".
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Full Moon Silhouette: An occasional lead-in to the In the Name of the Moon speeches.
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Holding Your Shoulder Means Injury: Sailor Venus does this in one episode, even though there was no hint of her being hit in the shoulder.
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Sweet Polly Oliver
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The anime itself changed the Starlights from Sweet Polly Olivers to Gender Benders, making their romances with the main characters somewhat more heterosexual seeming.
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And I Must Scream
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In S, Dr. Souichi Tomoe. Mimete also survives, but she never reforms and is sealed away forever after Tellu literally pulls the plug on the machine she used to power herself with.
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Adaptational Jerkass: Rei in the manga is an Aloof Dark-Haired Girl and Celibate Hero. In the anime she's hot-tempered, boy crazy, and is also a Jerkass/Jerk with a Heart of Gold. The rivalry between her and Usagi is played up much more - and even more so in the DiC/Cloverway English dub. Mamoru is much snarkier and meaner to Usagi in the early original anime than the manga. In the manga he's just brutally honest while in the anime he would throw straight-up insults.
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Totally Radical: A lot of the original English dub's lines. In DiC's it's often "Wicked!", "Major!" or "Boss" (with Serena, naturally, being the worst offender), and Cloverway's was even worse with this. "The bomb" and "trippin'" were common.
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Modesty Towel: Used in various episodes with bath scenes, including the Hot Springs Episode of the first season. Shingo is embarrassed about wearing one, and when Usagi teases him about it, he retaliates by stealing hers and leaving Usagi naked. Used in one episode of Sailor Moon Stars. When Seiya is hanging out at Usagi's house while her parents are out (it's completely innocent, don't look at me like that...), Chibi-Chibi spills cake all over him, so he uses her shower to clean himself up while his clothes are being washed. Meanwhile, the other girls show up... just in time for him to come out of the shower in what appears to be the tiniest towel on the face of the earth, asking where his clothes are. Then Chibi-Chibi complains that he's using her towel and proceeds to do her best to get it away from him. Hilarity Ensues.
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Evolving Music: The first four series all use "Moonlight Densetsu" ("Moonlight Legend") as the opening theme, but Classic and R use a version by DALI, while S and SuperS use a cover by Moon Lips. Stars used a different song entirely, "Sailor Star Song".
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No-Sell
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No-Sell: The fight against Sailor Galaxia in Season 5 of the anime is full of this. In the second season, Ail and An likewise effortlessly dodged, countered or simply weren't affected by everything thrown at them by the Sailors and the Moonlight Knight.
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The Paragon Always Rebels: Sailor Galaxia.
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Alas, Poor Villain
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Alas, Poor Villain: Several of the villains had sympathetic deaths, though this was entirely confined to the anime as villains in the manga were rarely sympathetic and died quickly. While Nephrite in the anime largely falls into Redemption Equals Death, Zoisite goes out in his lover's arms happy that he died "pretty" and Kunzite later laments upon his death that he'll join Zoisite. In the next arc, Esmeraude dies crying out for Demand. Skip ahead to Sailor Stars, and each of the Sailor Animamates has some kind of sorrowful passing - rammed home harder when the viewer learns in the climax of the arc that none of them were acting out of their own free will. However, it could also be assumed that they survived at the end of the series after all when everyone else Galaxia killed revives.
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Off-Model: The anime is widely known for its use of several different animators with wildly varying levels of quality, which resulted in the show lacking any form of artistic coherence and spawning several obviously different animation styles that proved jarring. It was particularly noticeable because episodes often borrowed Stock Footage from other episodes, so an artist who was really off-model tended to stick out more when episodes mixed footage. reference sheet available of all the different artists. The most notably Off-Model artist was Masahiro Ando◊, who was on the show from the start until halfway through Sailor StarS and notable for his tell-tale triangular eyes. The two regular sub-contracting studios, Studio Live and Nakamura Productions, were off in their own ways- the former switched between two animation directors regularly and the latter often drew the characters rather flat-looking (as in they lacked shading half the time). Live also handled the first episode with the same (lack of) competency they did for their work on Dragon Ball Z.note other contractors for the series were Studio Cockpit, Kino Production, and if this article is to be believed, Wang Film Productions' Indonesia unit. The final season/series, Sailor StarS, accompanied by yet another change in character designers, was noticeably different. Everyone had fuller faces, the crescent on Sailor Moon's head became tall and thin (having been previously short and wide), and everyone had larger foreheads, which was noticeable in scenes where their symbols appeared on their heads before their tiaras faded away via magic to make room. Special mention needs to go to the Sailor Stars episode When a Light Butterfly Dances in the Air! Premonition of a New Wave. Nothing looks right outside of the stock footage.
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Pyrrhic Victory: At the end of Season 1, Usagi manages to defeat Queen Beryl and the Dark Kingdom once and for all, but at the cost of her fellow Sailor Guardians' lives, as well as her own. Although her mental wish to go back to a normal life resurrects them, it comes at the cost of their memories of being friends being wiped clean. Not even Luna or Artemis bother to restore their memories until two months later when the events of R happen. If the events of R didn't happen, Usagi's friends would've probably spent the rest of their lives leading rather depressing, friendless lives, as shown in flashbacks when Fiore was ranting at the Sailor Guardians in the R movie. (Averted in the DIC dub, which unconvincingly claims the "Sailor Scouts" were "captured" by the "Negaverse" and even has them converse with "Serena" during the final battle.) Luna didn't want to restore their memories unless she had no other choice. And they were all beginning to meet and befriend each other once again anyway, so even if there were never any more threats to the Earth and thus no reason for them to ever be reawakened, they would've all still ended up together in time. Usagi in particular had already (re-)befriended Ami, Makoto and Mamoru before she got her memories back.
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Orcus on His Throne: Compared to the manga version, villains are extremely reluctant to engage the Sailor Guardians and generally do stuff personally, due to copious Monster of the Week Filler. Justified in SuperS; Nehelenia would like nothing more than to go down there and slap the Senshi into oblivion all on her own. But she's trapped in the mirror dimension until the last few episodes of the season, so all she can do is deliver orders to her underlings on Earth.
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What Beautiful Eyes!
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What Beautiful Eyes!: Prince Demande keeps making remarks about how beautiful Sailor Moon's eyes are.
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Pinky Swear: Used a few times in the series by main characters and minor characters.
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Catch Phrase: In the DIC and CWI dubs, Sailor Moon's trademark catchphrase, "Tsuki ni kawatte oshioki yo!", was sometimes rendered faithfully as "In the name of/On behalf of the moon, I shall punish you!", and other times not so faithfully as, "On behalf of the moon, I will right wrongs and triumph over evil, and that means you!" As for the other Sailor Guardians, their trademark catch phrases were virtually never rendered faithfully in the original dubs.
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Fate Worse than Death
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Fate Worse than Death/And I Must Scream: Jadeite from the first season - after getting run over by a plane, he's trapped in "eternal sleep" inside a giant crystal. Mimette from the third season is technically alive inside the computer system, but with no way of ever getting out.
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Tap on the Head: If there are any innocent bystanders around during a monster attack before the Sailor Guardians have transformed, chances are they'll either be hit once by the monster and be knocked out, or they'll simply faint, allowing the girls to transform without worry. Lampshaded once by Sailor Moon Abridged when one of the monster victims didn't immediately pass out from being hit by a monster, leading Sailor Mars to angrily scream at him to just stay unconscious already so she could transform.
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Klingon Promotion: An acceptable tactic within the Witches Five Four Three. Mimete gets a promotion by killing her boss, Eudial. Later, Mimete is likewise killed by Tellu.
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Achilles in His Tent: The standard plot happens a little differently to demure Mercury, who starts as the only Guardian without offensive abilities, and is too nice to storm off. Instead, she's offered a chance to study abroad and further her goals of becoming a doctor, which will remove her from the Sailor Guardians. She's about to take it, but changed her mind at the last moment and returns in time to get her mid-season power upgrade (which finally makes her more action-geared) and rescue the rest of the team from a monster only weak to ice, and she returns to the fold.
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The Cloverway (Cartoon Network) episodes, for all their flaws (especially in the slang-riddled dialogue and poor choice in voice actresses), were more-or-less uncut, but, like DiC, some sexually suggestive scenes had to be cut or altered, such as Daimons having energy-sucking stars on their bare thighs, on their breasts, and in their cleavage or the infamous relationship change between Harukanote Amara, in the English dub and Michirunote Michelle, also in the English dub from "a lesbian couple where both girls are unrelated to each other" to "same-sex cousins who are low-key attracted to each other".
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Hide Your Lesbians: Haruka and Michiru in many international dubs. For one example, the original English dub converted them to cousins, Amara and Michelle (which doesn't seem that bad, until you learn that some of the lesbian interactions between them slipped by, thus shattering the illusion that there's nothing edited). For another, the French dub had Haruka (now "Frederique") merely disguising herself as a man in her civilian identity while Michiru (now Mylène) was helping by pretending to be "his" girlfriend. This one actually went as far as casting a male actor to voice Frederique in her civilian identity. The Sailor Starlights in the Italian dub are a cross between this trope and She's a Man in Japan. To get around the fact that they're women who physically turn into men in their civilian forms (thus making them either lesbians or male-to-female transsexuals), the Italian dub simply declares the male forms two separate groups of people and the transformations are merely the boys summoning their identical twin sisters. The anime itself changed the Starlights from Sweet Polly Olivers to Gender Benders, making their romances with the main characters somewhat more heterosexual seeming.
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Hypocritical Humor: Many Sailor Says segments, when you consider that Serena's the one doing them.
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Lost in Translation: "Meatball head" doesn't quite convey the meaning of "odango atama," a way to refer to someone with "a bun hairstyle resembling the shape of Japanese rice flour dumplings" as a "bun head." Despite the name "bun head" used in the Viz Dub, it doesn't have quite the feel as "dumpling head". Changing Usagi to Serena loses the reference to the myth of the rabbit in the moon, though it may have been a Shout-Out to the Greek goddess of the moon, Selene. Yet, changing Endymion to Darien loses the Classical Mythology reference to the myth of Endymion and Selene. Changing Chibi-Usa to Rini. Since both are originally named Usagi, Chibi-Usa is a nickname to differentiate between Usagi and her daughter, such as little Usagi. Except for Sailor Saturn, the Sailor Guardians have rhyming surnames, though this isn't evident with the dub names.
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Annoying Laugh: Esmeraude. The first time she laughs in front of the Sailor Soldiers they cover their ears in pain.
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Transformation Is a Free Action
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Transformation Is a Free Action: One of the more notorious examples and mocked by pretty much everything that's ever had anything to say about Sailor Moon.
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Stock Shoujo Bullying Tactics: Parodied. Usagi finds a tack in her shoe... She put it there herself for the drama of it all.
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Cats Are Snarkers: Luna and Artemis constantly rip on the antics of their charges throughout the series. The DIC dub often took this Up to Eleven, particularly with Luna:
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Berserk Button: It was established in the 13th episode that anyone who makes sexist remarks within earshot of a Sailor Guardians is in for a world of hurt, as Jadeite learned the hard way when the then-Power Trio of the Sailor Guardians used Plane Fu on him for that offense. Queen Nehellenia's berserk button is people giving her pity for her miserable, ugly life.
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In a Single Bound
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In a Single Bound: Tuxedo Mask is fond of this. From time to time, even the main characters will do this as well, making you wonder why they worry about things like motorcycles.
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Is That Cute Kid Yours?: Chibi-usa, who is Usagi's kid (but posing as a cousin), and Chibi-Chibi, who isn't.
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Idiosyncratic Wipes: The DiC-produced episodes added CGI scene wipes. Cloverway used these too, but only on the versions shown on TV.
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Victory-Guided Amnesia: Happens to Usagi, Mamoru and the Inner Sailor Guardians at the end of Season 1. They would not have this undone for two months until the events of the second season, R.
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Big "NO!": Usagi during the climax of the final season after Mercury, Mars, Venus, and Jupiter throw themselves in front of Sailor Moon and the Starlights to protect them from Sailor Galaxia's attack. The attack removes their Star Seeds causing them to fade into orbs of light before vanishing altogether. She says it rather weakly at first then lets out a chilling scream of it. Turns into a Skyward Scream after she starts yelling. Usagi lets another one out after the Disney Deaths of Sailors Uranus and Neptune at the start of episode 111 in the S season. Naru lets out a few of them after Nephrite dies.
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Redemption Earns Life: Ail and An, Professor Tomoe, Queen Nehellenia and Sailor Galaxia in the anime only. (The latter two only in Sailor Stars). Played with especially in SuperS when HawksEye is killed by one of PallaPalla's henchmen, and TigersEye and FishEye sacrifice themselves to save Usagi. As a result, Pegasus brings all three back to life AND gives them dream mirrors; they then depart to dwell in the dream world of Elysian forever. Also, the Amazones Quartet do a Heel–Face Turn and survive.
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Episode 191 has a Cameo from a cosplayer dressed as Chun-Li at the video game tournament.
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Car Fu: Episode 13 features an instance of Plane Fu. And let's not forget that impressive bit of Motorcycle Fu that Haruka and Michiru pull off in their debut.
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Relationship Reset Button: The first season ends with everyone losing their memories of everything relating to the Moon Kingdom and their time as heroes and as friends, including Mamoru and Usagi forgetting their relationship with each other in both the present and the past (though they meet again in a Call-Back to the first episode when Usagi hits him with a crumpled up test paper). In the second series, Usagi is the first person to get her memory back, but it's not until the second episode that the rest of the girls get theirs back - and it's not until the end of the Makaiju Arc that Mamoru gets his own back. The entire arc deals with Usagi's attempts to get him to remember her again.
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Irony: During the S season, Sailor Uranus and Sailor Neptune are looking for people with certain Pure Hearts that possess the Talismans, knowing that whoever has them will die when they are taken. It turns out that Uranus and Neptune possess two of the Talismans. Neptune performs a Heroic Sacrifice to remove her Talisman and Uranus, distraught by her sacrifice, removes her own Talisman and gives them both to Usagi to protect. A meta-example: Uranus and Neptune were against working with Usagi because they felt she was too idealistic and couldn't make sacrifices, while manga!Usagi was far more of a pragmatic soldier than her 90's anime counterpart.
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Yaoi Guys: Zoicite and Kunzite, but only in the 90's anime.
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Hope Spot: The last three episodes are practically made of this trope. To wit: Usagi's dream/hallucination that everything is okay, Uranus and Neptune revealing that they didn't actually turn their coats, the Starlights' [[LastStand last stand, Usagi attempting to purify Galaxia, the Starlights' second last stand, Usagi transforming into Princess Serenity, ChibiChibi's awakening as the Light of Hope, the Light of Hope's transformation into the Sword of Sealing... Galaxia proceeds to relentlessly stomp on each one.]]
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Barely Changed Dub Name: The original English dub mostly used completely new names; however, a few characters have barely edited names. "Ami Mizuno" became "Amy Anderson" (occasionally "Amy Mizuno"),note Ami and Amy are pronounced differently between Japan and English Rei's name was changed to "Raye", and Minako became "Mina" (which was already a nickname of hers).
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Failures on Ice: Perennially-clumsy Usagi struggles quite a bit in episode 39, which sees Kunzite staging a plot at an ice skating rink. She catches on in a hurry when it comes time to actually do battle, however (implied to be a case of tapping into past life skills, as Princess Serenity was said to be very good at skating).
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Shout-Out: Amy's first dub actress sounds almost exactly like how Patty Duke played Cathy on The Patty Duke Show. The character also has a very similar personality. Both of the Sailor Moon series directors spanning the first four seasons, Junichi Sato and Kunihiko Ikuhara, worked on Mapletown, an earlier Kodomomuke anime by Toei, as did animator Masahiro Ando. In one episode, Usagi has a stuffed rabbit doll that bears a very strong resemblance to Patty Hoperabbit, the protagonist of Mapletown (the pearl necklace around the ear is a dead giveaway). Watch closely in the first Japanese OP sequence and you'll see "10ch" in the background. This doubles as an Easter Egg for viewers who saw the anime on TV Asahi, which at that time broadcast on analog channel 10 in Tokyo (as a digital station, it now airs on channel 5). The identification as "10 channel" (ju chan'neru) rather than "channel 10" is customary in Japanese television. The show's Super Sentai roots got a call out in an episode where an obvious Ranger parody, called "Redman" in the Japanese version, was putting on a show at a park and was accidentally turned into the monster of the day by Zoisite. The original English dub was well aware of this, and while he was not given a name, the dubbing for the character was clearly intended to match the style of acting used by the American Power Rangers franchise. Mercury's visor contains jokes about RoboCop in episodes 9 and 13. Someone working on the original English dub apparently noticed them and even corrected the Engrish in the readouts without removing the references. Interestingly enough, Katie Griffin, aka Sailor Mars from the anime's Canadian dub, was one of the young girls featured in the first film. The appearance of Moonlight Knight has long baffled international viewers who wondered why Mamoru was dressing up like an Arabian knight for the Makaiju story arc. The character is actually a reference to the oldest tokusatsu hero in Japanese television, Moonlight Mask, who similarly dressed in a white costume with a turban, face covering, and adorned with a crescent moon brooch. It's also Toei doing a bit of a shout out to its roots, as they created the original Moonlight Mask theatrical films. The first series of the show features numerous cameos of characters from Goldfish Warning! (Kingyo Chuihou), which was worked on by the same staff the year before they worked on Sailor Moon — and, for bonus coincidence points, also had the original manga serialized in Nakayoshi. Listing them all would be overly lengthy for this space, but common examples include Usagi's alarm clock, Kingyo key chains and prints, and Wapiko herself showing up as an extra in many episodes. These cameos tapered off after the first series. Makoto Kino bears something of a resemblance to the heroine of an early Toei magical girl anime, Mahou no Mako-chan (aired on TV Asahi's predecessor, NET), as both she and the earlier series' Mako Urashima are brunettes who wear their hair in ponytails. In some episodes, Makoto even wears an outfit similar to that of the earlier Mako. Episode 31 features references to Gone with the Wind: The giant cat and his owner are named Rhett Butler and An Ohara, respectively. Also, Rei comments that Yuichiro was "gone with the wind" after he ran away quickly. (The DiC dub did away with all of this by renaming the cat Hercules.) In episode 104, a handsome kid dances like Shin-chan in front of Chibi-Usa, Mr. Elephant included. He even shares the same voice actor as Shin-chan. Not surprisingly, the elephant joke got cut from most international dubs. Ami's Improbably High I.Q. got a huge boost in the Viz dub when Umino states a rumor that it was "OVER NINE THOUSAND". This doubled as a Throw It In! that his actor was not expecting to be kept. The Viz dub also contains line references to Mortal Kombat ("finish her!"), Lord Of The Rings ("You shall not pass!"), Ghostbusters ("prehistoric witch"), and Aliens ("Get away from her, you monster!"), as well as Ted Stevens' "a series of tubes" internet explanation. Yes, Viz did censor some of those references down to keep the language a bit light. The DIC dub throws in one to '90s teen heartthrob Joey Lawrence, in the episode "Molly's Folly," in which Serena (Usagi) brings up Molly's (Naru) crush on Lawrence after Molly mentions she's in love. Episode 191 has a Cameo from a cosplayer dressed as Chun-Li at the video game tournament.
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Haruka and Michiru in many international dubs. For one example, the original English dub converted them to cousins, Amara and Michelle (which doesn't seem that bad, until you learn that some of the lesbian interactions between them slipped by, thus shattering the illusion that there's nothing edited). For another, the French dub had Haruka (now "Frederique") merely disguising herself as a man in her civilian identity while Michiru (now Mylène) was helping by pretending to be "his" girlfriend. This one actually went as far as casting a male actor to voice Frederique in her civilian identity.
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Speaking Like Totally Teen: Much to the chagrin of die-hard Moonies, the DIC and Cloverway English dubs were rife with this. For example, "Wicked cool" was a frequently-used exclamation in the DIC episodes. The Viz dub has a few instances of it as well, but not nearly as much.
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Theme Tune Roll Call: The original English dub, which blows the identities of the main cast from the first episode.
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Everything's Better with Spinning: The Title character beyond a doubt. Almost all of her transformations and attacks feature at least one spin, as does Sailor Mars' henshin sequence. Also Jupiter Oak Evolution and Mercury's Shine Aqua Illusion. The monster pair that showed up in the episode with the animation studio would even chant "Spin and spin and spin!" when they attacked the Senshi. Moon Spiral Heart Attack, in a nutshell.
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Fire-Breathing Diner: The Makaiju arc (and thus anime-only) episode "A New Transformation: Usagi's Power-Up", when Usagi spreads extra-spicy mustard on a sandwich during the class picnic and offers it to an unsuspecting Rei as revenge for Rei's insulting Usagi's rice balls. After Rei comments on how such generosity is unlike Usagi and takes a bite of the sandwich, she screams "FIRE!" while breathing fire, and then adds, more softly, "Soul," as she drops to the ground. The DIC dub cut this scene. Rei again in the fan-favorite "Nurse Venus" episode, after eating a spoonful of Minako's porridge, which is either (depending on whether you're watching the DIC dub or the original) too salty or too spicy. Which brings us to the next trope...
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Weapon Stomp
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Weapon Stomp: In the Sailor Stars season of Sailor Moon, Sailor Star Fighter falls holding the Sailor Star Yell while fighting Sailor Galaxia. When she attempts to raise it, Galaxia stomps on her hand, breaking the Sailor Star Yell with it.
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Spoiler Opening: Multiple examples: The first season had several openings. The first opening clearly shows Sailors Mercury and Mars well before their official introductions. This opening was actually used until Sailor Jupiter joined, which at least helped hide Jupiter's identity...though her introductory episode spoiled it in the title. The second opening for the series debuted two episodes later, and clearly shows both Sailor Venus (not Sailor V) and Sailor Moon becoming Princess Serenity a full 7 and 8 episodes early (respectively). The original English dub opening is even worse. Showing the identities of the entire team, Sailor Moon as the Princess, and the final battle in the opening that was used since day 1. Although the original English dub mentions to subvert this in R since they continue to use the same opening for the first two seasons and the opening only takes scenes from the first season, it manages to not reveal season 2 plot points like Serena being Rini's mom "Neo-Queen Serenity" the R villains, etc. Later seasons were generally better about this...but Sailor Moon R still included King Endymion as part of the opening well before even Chibi-Usa appeared (let alone the start of the Crystal Tokyo plotline). However, the ambiguous nature of the character in the opening doesn't give nearly as much away. Sailor Moon S averted this cleanly and had three openings, which were all reworks of the original opening for the series that were simply updated as new characters joined and left the cast and new plot points were uncovered. Unfortunately, due to issues with Toei not giving them all of the openings, the original Pioneer/Geneon R1 DVD release had to use the third and final opening on every episode, thus spoiling every plot point right out the gate if you only watched the subbed DVD release. The Italian openings routinely blew major plot points by using mainly footage from the show itself. The S opening in particular used every single grand revelation from the finale, including Hotaru becoming Mistress 9, Sailor Moon transforming into Super Sailor Moon for the final time, and Sailor Moon returning with baby Hotaru in her arms. Yea, Italian viewers didn't really get much in the way of mystery.
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Dude, Not Funny!: Rei's reaction to her grandfather's pranks on Yuichiro in episode 30, and also when Usagi also finds said pranks hilarious.
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Lighter and Softer: Much of the Nightmare Fuel from the manga is cut down, more jokes are added, and the antagonists are a lot less evil.
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Armor-Piercing Slap: Usagi slaps Mamoru for forgetting her birthday in episode 101. As it turns out, Usagi never actually told Mamoru when her birthday was, nor does she know when his birthday is. She immediately runs to apologize when she realizes it was her fault for overreacting.
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Taken for Granite: Jadeite's encased in crystal in the first season. A similar fate almost happens to Rei as well when she was bitten by a snake that promptly turned to stone afterwards, but it might have just been an illusion. Another monster encased women in wax, trapping Ami and Makoto.
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Connected All Along: Usagi didn't even suspect that Motoki Furuhata and Mamoru Chiba knew each other until the episode where the three characters have a chance meeting.
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Sky Face: At the end of the first season, Usagi sees her friends' faces in the sky after they're killed.
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Opening Scroll: The first 10 episodes of the DIC English dub opened with the following text in its opening sequence: "From a far away place and time Earth's greatest adventure is about to begin".
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Hoist by His Own Petard: A number of villains do themselves in this way: Most notable would be Mimete (killed by a machine built by Eudial, whom she had killed), Tellu (killed by her own plant), Viluy (killed by her own nanites), and Cyprine/Ptilol (killed by shooting each other) of the Witches 5. While technically it was Sailor Mars that altered the course of the planes that ran over Jadeite (though that didn't kill him), it was his own magic that caused them to start moving on their own. She simply made HIM the new target.
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The Doll Episode: An early Series 1 episode featured Shingo's friend Mika, a doll maker, getting selected by Nephrite as his victim of the day and possessing her with a doll that later turned into a doll-themed Monster of the Week. Para Para also uses dolls for some of her schemes and attacks.
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Canada, Eh?: The DIC and Cloverway English dubs were recorded in Toronto.
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It Has Only Just Begun: Episode 111. (Ep 21 of Sailor Moon S)
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Love Redeems: Nephrite started out using Naru, but gradually developed feelings for her and ultimately died saving her. Subverted with Kunzite and Zoisite. Despite being in love, they never even considered a Heel–Face Turn.
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Reset Button
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The guardians get taken out one by one in the second last episode of the Dark Kingdom arc, leaving Sailor Moon alone to take on Beryl. It doesn't last thanks to a Reset Button, but you know the ante's been upped at that point.
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Sixth Ranger
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Sixth Ranger: Initially, Venus though she's less distant than the usual examples. Then the Outers, later the Starlights.
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Finger Snap Lighter: Sailor Mars.
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Aloof Dark-Haired Girl
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Rei in the manga is an Aloof Dark-Haired Girl and Celibate Hero. In the anime she's hot-tempered, boy crazy, and is also a Jerkass/Jerk with a Heart of Gold. The rivalry between her and Usagi is played up much more - and even more so in the DiC/Cloverway English dub.
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Lyrical Dissonance: The iconic opening theme of the 90's English dub describes a character braver and more headstrong than Serena really is (in most situations, anyway). It's a running joke in the fandom to point out scenes where her actions contradict the opening theme, especially "Never running from a real fight."
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Contrived Coincidence
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To be fair, most of the villain targets in the anime are still directly related to the Senshi somehow: the Dark Kingdom wanted the Silver Crystal (which Usagi had), the Black Moon wanted to kill Chibi-Usa (who fled to 20th century Tokyo to find Sailor Moon) and destroy 20th century Tokyo (because the future Crystal Tokyo would then no longer exist), the Witches 5 were looking for the Talismans and the Holy Grail (that Uranus, Neptune, and Pluto had, the first two having been born in Tokyo), the Dead Moon Circus wants Pegasus (who is hiding in Chibi-Usa's dream), and Galaxia wants particular star seeds that are only in the Sailor Guardians (not that her idiot underlings know that, but it's arguable she was allowing them to try and fail for her own amusement). Most of the Contrived Coincidence comes from only two seasons: the fact that Professor Tomoe, the father of a reborn Senshi, manages to be the one to catch the main season's villain's attention, and the fact the Starlights just happen to pick Japan to search for their princess, before Galaxia shows herself.
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What Kind of Lame Power Is Heart, Anyway?
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What Kind of Lame Power Is Heart, Anyway?: Unlike its deadly manga counterpart, Sailor Chibi Moon's "Pink Sugar Heart Attack" is a nuisance at best and often doesn't work at all in the anime. Played for Laughs. Justified because she's a Senshi In Training and doesn't come into real power until SuperS. Except for that one time she uses it against Tellu. "Moon Princess Halation" is also weaker in comparison to the manga, on the anime, it's able to destroy droids and weaken enemies. On the manga, one blow is enough to vaporize almost anything instantly, so much that a double blow is all that is needed to destroy Death Phantom.
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Solemn Ending Theme: The Japanese version of season 3 has one; the Cartoon Network replaced it with an instrumental version of the opening credit theme for its US airing.
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Sailor Moon R starts with Ineffectual Sympathetic Villains Ail and An right before shifting into the much more darker and competent Black Moon clan.
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Technicolor Death
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Technicolor Death: In the series, each type of Monster of the Week has a different one: Youma (the ones that weren't transformed humans that is) simply turn to dust (or ash if Sailor Mars helped). Cardians explode into light and shadow, then the card reappears and turns black. Droids freeze into statues of blue sand, which then crumble from the feet up. Daimons turn back into their object of origin, then the egg reappears and breaks. Lemures are trapped in a mirror, which then shatters into oblivion. All that's left of them is a shadow, which then disappears. Phages have their monster form vanish in a spray of flower petals, and the human form reappear.
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Who Would Want to Watch Us?
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Who Would Want to Watch Us?: At the start of episode 21 of the first season, when Usagi sees on TV that a Sailor V anime is being made, she gripes that she wishes someone would make an anime about her too. Luna then thinks, "I wonder who would like to see that."
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The Power of Glass
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The Power of Glass: Two Monsters of the Week, Cenicienta and Derella, were two humanoid enemies with glassy appearances that use glass-based spells and attacks.
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Dub Name Change: Until Viz Media took over, the English versions changed at least one of the characters' names. Notably Hotaru was the only Sailor Guardian whose name did not change at all in the Original English dub (Though they pronounced her last name differently, the spelling remained the same.) DIC's original sales pitch for the series, which can be seen [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s6VFCdZK2uE here], gave the inner Sailor Guardians a different set of dub names than would be ultimately used: Usagi's name was to be changed to Victoria, Ami's to Blue, Rei's to Dana, Mako's to Sala(sp?), and Minako's to Carrie. Interestingly, the name "Molly" was used for different characters in the original English and French dubs. In the DIC English dub, Usagi's friend Naru is renamed Molly; in French, Molly is the civilian name of Sailor Mercury (Ami). Also in French, Usagi is Bunny, Rei is Raya, Makoto is Marcy, and Minako is Mathilde. Also, the original Spanish-language dub for Mexico keeps the DIC US/Canada dub names for the characters (Serena, Amy, Raye, etc.) but is otherwise more faithfully adapted, with the original music and everything, including Spanish redubs of the Japanese themes. The Mexican dub even kept Haruka and Michiru's relationship intact. In the DIC dub, not only the Sailor Guardians' names but the names of their attacks were changed, even though the attack names were (for the most part) already in English in the Japanese original. For example, Sailor Moon's Moon Tiara Action is Moon Tiara Magic; Sailor Mercury's Shabon (Bubble) Spray became "Mercury Bubbles Blast"; and so on. Most odd was referring to Mars' Akuryo Taisan (Evil Spirits, Be Exorcised) tactic as "Mars Fireballs Charge" although it had nothing to do with fireballs at all and when it was something she did every day as a shrine maiden, not one of her "Sailor Scout" powers. In addition, the DIC dub was notoriously inconsistent regarding the attack names which often varied from episode to episode, but were rarely called by their original Japanese/Engrish names.
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Memetic Hand Gesture: The winking-with-a-V-Sign one, along with her thumb-index finger-pinky gesture that has been come to be known as the "tsukini kawatte oshiokiyo" ("In the Name of the Moon, I'll punish you!") pose.
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Camp
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Camp: If there is one indicator, then it's the Super Sentai-like fights seen in every episode. This trope is also obvious in the first season, and even more obvious in the DiC dub.
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Unexplained Recovery: At the end of Sailor Moon S, Pluto appears to die as the price for stopping time to save her teammates. Though the viewer does have reason to believe that she survives by the end of the arc, this is left up in the air. However, in the SuperS movie, she appears alive and well as if nothing happened and nobody reacts to this. The movies are pretty much non-canon for a reason, but such an obvious gaffe is still noticeable. This happens again to a smaller extent as the anime technically never reveals what happened to her between her apparent death and her return to the regular cast in Sailor Stars, though in that season, people do at least react in shock that she survived.
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Flanderization: Minako, who in the anime goes from being more mature and experienced despite her occasional ditziness, to being arguably worse than Usagi in terms of ditziness by the the last season. There's also Makoto's issues with falling for guys (and, in Haruka's case, one girl) who remind her of her old boyfriend (senpai in the Japanese version). One of which is a dog. Ami's extreme study habits become a running gag starting in R, though they'd already been used for humor in the first series as well.
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Clothing Damage
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Clothing Damage: The anime was, at one point, quite keen on the idea on giving the girls (at least the main five) battle-ravaged costumes, especially during the final fight with Pharoah 90 in the S season. Sailor Moon (and to a much lesser extent Sailor Chibi-Moon) would have moments with their brooches being damaged/destroyed, leaving them in nothing but the magical ribbons that made up their costumes.
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Combination Attack
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Combination Attack: The SNES RPG game has this but arguably it also happens in the anime too such as Mars firing a fireball with Jupiter casting lightning around it as one such example. Mars gets a turn with everyone, and that's just in the first season. The most effective combinations, it would seem, are Fire Soul and either Moon Tiara Action or Crescent Beam.
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Satellite Character
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Satellite Character: The anime downgrades Mamoru to this by the end of R. Storylines in the manga that had given him a more independent role were rewritten in the anime to feature characters the anime staff admitted they had an easier time writing for. Kunihiko Ikuhara later admitted he had trouble writing for him and even joked about trying to kill him off permanently, but Ikuhara also gave Mamoru a more independent role in the only movie he directed. He also tended to be more fascinated with lesbians and hence Mamoru fell way into the background when Haruka and Michiru were finally introduced. He never recovered if his next show is any indication. Michiru to Haruka. She never appears on her own, unlike Haruka, who tended to get character focus on her own with Michiru being her foil. Haruka's also the only one of the pair to have her backstory elaborated on, as the episode depicting their eventual teaming is told from her perspective. While Michiru has aspects of this in the manga, the entire Outer Senshi team tended to be depicted more as a group of people than individual characters.
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Freudian Slip
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Freudian Slip: In the Makaiju arc, Ann is prone to these when she's low on energy. When Usagi asks where Ann's lunch is, Ann replies that she doesn't need food, just energy, followed by an Oh, Crap! reaction. Luckily Usagi just assumes Ann means she's going to bum food off everyone else.
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Monster of the Week
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Compared to the manga version, villains are extremely reluctant to engage the Sailor Guardians and generally do stuff personally, due to copious Monster of the Week Filler.
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Casual Danger Dialog
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Casual Danger Dialog: Not even death threats from their enemies can stop the goofy sitcom antics among the Sailors, and it's common for them to brush off attacks like they were just burns from a schoolyard bully.
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Crash-Into Hello
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Crash-Into Hello: Subverted in one episode where Rei goes Wrong Genre Savvy and tries to deliberately engineer this to meet Mamoru. She ends up falling flat on her face and he steps on her head. It still works.
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Gratuitous Princess
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Gratuitous Princess: The Nine Sailor Senshi are all the Princesses of their respective planets, even though the Solar System is gathered under the two kingdoms of the Earth and Moon Kingdoms, and the other planets' princesses' jobs are to guard the Moon Kingdom Princess.
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Song Parody
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Song Parody: Chibiusa/Rini's "I Love Tuxedo Mask" song in the DIC dub Sailor Moon R episode "Trouble Comes Thundering Down" is sung to the tune of "This Old Man."
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Malicious Misnaming
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Malicious Misnaming: Usagi/Serena's nickname "Odango-atama" was redubbed as "Meatball Head" in the DIC English dub and, somewhat more faithfully, as "Bunhead" in the Viz dub. Early on, someone calling Usagi/Serena this is a Berserk Button for her, but by the time Chibiusa/Rini appears, she regards it as a term of endearment - at least coming from Mamoru/Darien.
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Eyelid Pull Taunt: Usagi is often on the receiving end of this, often from Chibi-Usa, Rei, or Shingo. In a later episode, Chibiusa even does it with both eyes, when Usagi is upset that Chibiusa and Shingo ate all the lemon pie.
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Redemption Equals Death
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Redemption Equals Death: Anime only — Nephrite, Saphir, Demand, the Amazon Trio.
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Evil Plan: Galaxia awakening Nehellenia to ensure that Sailor Saturn appeared again.
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Easily Forgiven
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Easily Forgiven: The anime tends to be much more sympathetic to villains if they've been obviously manipulated or repented (or re-written that way in the case of guys like Professor Tomoe). Nehellenia is probably the most glaring case - the viewer is supposed to find her worthy of forgiveness and healing because she claims to be lonely - but the entire reason she's lonely is because she murdered all of her subjects and swallowed their souls to stay eternally youthful.
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Sealed with a Kiss: Episode 200 sends off the entire anime with Usagi and Mamoru kissing while silhouetted against the backdrop of a full moon.
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Never Found the Body
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At the end of Sailor Moon S, Pluto appears to die as the price for stopping time to save her teammates. Though the viewer does have reason to believe that she survives by the end of the arc, this is left up in the air. However, in the SuperS movie, she appears alive and well as if nothing happened and nobody reacts to this. The movies are pretty much non-canon for a reason, but such an obvious gaffe is still noticeable.
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Never Say
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Never Say "Die": The original English dub is pretty inconsistent on this. The deaths of the heroes at the end of the first series is presented as them being "captured by the Negaverse". Yes, even Darien, who got stabbed again (the dub only kind of cut this) and is said to be "resting." However, it did not dance around Neflyte's rather brutal on-screen death (clearly showing him impaled and bleeding out and even allowing Molly to use the word "die"), and it clearly showed both Zoycite and Malachite outright dying on camera. Beryl is explicitly stated to only be banished ("blasted back to the Negaverse")...though that dub is later very inconsistent about whether she died (Alan and Ann claim Beryl sent them, but Artemis later claims Beryl was "completely destroyed", still playing into this trope.) In the episode that introduces Amy's love interest Greg (Ryo Urawa), although Greg tells Sailor Mercury that he wants her to "destroy" him once he changes into a monster, he also tells Zoicite that he'd rather die than serve the Negaverse and uses the word "die" twice. Tuxedo Mask's first death is censored slightly for gore, but it's still clear that he died of impalement in Sailor Moon's arms (likely because by the end of the episode, it's obvious he's alive again.) Also, all the people who died in the Black Moon's attack on Crystal Tokyo are said to be placed under a "sleeping spell" in the dub. However, all of the members of the Black Moon Clan that do die on camera are still allowed to be shown dying. So basically, the loose rule seems to be - if you're evil, it's okay to show you dying, even if you were in the process of redeeming yourself. If you're a good guy, expect your death to get written out. The Swedish dub averts this to the point of naming the second to last episode of the first season "Sailor Moon and Death".
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Flight of Romance
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Flight of Romance: When Chibi-Usa goes flying in the dream world with Helios.
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This Is a Drill
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This Is a Drill: Black Lady (Chibi-Usa's superpowered evil form) wields an umbrella which she turns into an arm-mounted drill. In Super S, PallaPalla's servant Garigari has a drill on her tail which she tries to use on Sailor Moon and Sailor Chibi Moon, prompting them to use the scream attack last witnessed in the first episode of the first season.
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Shoo Out the Clowns: How do you know that things are about to get real? When the Quirky Miniboss Squad is gone, as are all those silly monsters they summon. Especially true in S - Once Mimete is removed from the picture, you know it's going to start picking up. Almost literal in Super S - given that the enemy is a Circus of Fear.
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Monogender Monsters: The vast majority are female or non-human in the first four seasons. Fan theories ranged from originally being a shoutout to Cutey Honey or an avoidance of wanting to show male monsters attacking girls. This is strangely averted to some extent in the fifth season, possibly because certain star seeds can technically be carried by either sex. Played with a few times. Quirky Miniboss Squad Members Jun Jun (a tomboy) and Fisheye (an effeminate gay man) use male monsters.
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Department of Redundancy Department: The third season was called Sailor Moon S, standing for "Super". The fourth season was Sailor Moon SuperS. Especially once it was revealed SuperS stood for "Super-Super."
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Usagi during the climax of the final season after Mercury, Mars, Venus, and Jupiter throw themselves in front of Sailor Moon and the Starlights to protect them from Sailor Galaxia's attack. The attack removes their Star Seeds causing them to fade into orbs of light before vanishing altogether. She says it rather weakly at first then lets out a chilling scream of it. Turns into a Skyward Scream after she starts yelling.
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Theme Naming: The Sailor Guardians' family names (except for Hotaru / Saturn) all reference their respective planets and/or powers: Usagi Tsukino (Moon), Ami Mizuno (Water), Rei Hino (Fire), Makoto Kino (Wood), Minako Aino (Love), Haruka Tenoh (Sky), Michiru Kaioh (Ocean), Setsuna Meioh (Darkness).
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Talking Is a Free Action: Sailor Moon and Chibiusa avert this rather hilariously - The Monster of the Week is arguing with her master rather than attacking them... so they both destroy her mid-argument.
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Bragging Theme Tune: The DiC English dub has a different theme song that easily falls into this category of theme tunes. The second German dubbed theme, "Kampfe Sailor Moon", talks about how invincible and powerful the Sailor Soldiers are.
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Designated Victim / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Destination Defenestration / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Did I Just Say That Out Loud? / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Did You Actually Believe...? / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Diet Episode / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Digital Bikini / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Disc-One Final Boss / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Dismantled MacGuffin / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Disney Villain Death / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Distressed Dude / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
/ int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Do Not Adjust Your Set / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Does Not Like Men / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Don't You Dare Pity Me! / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Dramatic Necklace Removal / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Dramatic Unmask / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Drawing Straws / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Dream Land / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Dreaming of Things to Come / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Dressed in Layers / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Drugs Are Bad / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Drunk on Milk / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Dub Personality Change / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Dude, Where's My Respect? / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Dueling Dubs / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Dull Eyes of Unhappiness / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Dumb Blonde / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Dying Declaration of Love / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Early Adaptation Weirdness / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Early Draft Tie-In / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Earth Is the Center of the Universe / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Earth-Shattering Kaboom / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Easy-Mode Mockery / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Eating Lunch Alone / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Edible Ammunition / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Edible Theme Naming / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Education Mama / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Effortless Amazonian Lift / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Elevator Failure / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Embarrassing Damp Sheets / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Empowered Badass Normal / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Empty Eyes / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Ending Theme / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Enemy Civil War / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Enemy Eats Your Lunch / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Energy Absorption / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Energy Ball / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Engaging Chevrons / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Epileptic Flashing Lights / int_d7aab7c1
 ErikoHara
seeAlso
Sailor Moon
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Evasive Fight-Thread Episode / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Even Better Sequel / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Every Car Is a Pinto / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Every Proper Lady Should Curtsy / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Everyone Is Christian at Christmas / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Everyone Is Related / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Everything's Better with Rainbows / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Evil-Detecting Baby / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Evolving Music / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Excited Title! Two-Part Episode Name! / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Exposed to the Elements / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Exposition Beam / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Eye Catch / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Eyelid Pull Taunt / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Face Fault / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Faceless Masses / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Failures on Ice / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Fairest of Them All / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Fairytale Wedding Dress / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Fake Memories / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Fakin' MacGuffin / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Family Eye Resemblance / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Family of Choice / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Fanfic Fuel / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Fanvid / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Fashion Dissonance / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Fashion Model / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Fashion-Shop Fashion Show / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Fatal Fireworks / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Faustian Rebellion / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Faux Horrific / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Faux Symbolism / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Fear of Thunder / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Fearful Symmetry / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Feather Motif / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Femininity Failure / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Fetal Position Rebirth / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Field Power Effect / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Fighting Fingerprint / int_d7aab7c1
 Fighting from the Inside
seeAlso
Sailor Moon
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Fighting from the Inside / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Filler / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Filler Villain / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Filling the Silence / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Finger Muzzle / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Finger Snap Lighter / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Finger-Suck Healing / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Finishing Move / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Fireballs / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
First Law of Gender-Bending / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
First Time Feeling / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Floating Clocks / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Floral Theme Naming / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Fluffy Fashion Feathers / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Flung Clothing / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Forced to Watch / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Forceful Kiss / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Forgot About His Powers / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Forgot Flanders Could Do That / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Forgot the Call / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Forgotten Birthday / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Forgotten First Meeting / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Forgotten Phlebotinum / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Fountain of Youth / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Four-Element Ensemble / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Freaky Friday Sabotage / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Free-Range Children / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Friend or Idol Decision / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Frilly Upgrade / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
From Clones to Genre / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
From Dress to Dressing / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Full-Frontal Assault / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Future Funk / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Genki Girl / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Get Back in the Closet / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Get Out! / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Giant Woman / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Gingerbread House / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Girl of the Week / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Girls Love Stuffed Animals / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Give Him a Normal Life / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Glad-to-Be-Alive Sex / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Go Through Me / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
God of Evil / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Godlike Gamer / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Gonk / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Good Costume Switch / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Good Feels Good / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Good Morning, Crono / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Got the Call on Speed Dial / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Gratuitous German / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Gray Rain of Depression / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Green Aesop / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Green-Skinned Space Babe / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Gross-Up Close-Up / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
/ int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Hair Color Dissonance / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Hair Color Spoiler / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Half-Identical Twins / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Hammerspace / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Hand Blast / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Harmless Electrocution / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Harpo Does Something Funny / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
He-Man Woman Hater / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Heartbeat Soundtrack / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Heel–Face Door-Slam / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Helpless Good Side / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Heroes' Frontier Step / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Heroic Bystander / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Heroic RRoD / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Hey, That's My Line! / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Hide Your Lesbians / int_d7aab7c1
 HisakoKyoda
seeAlso
Sailor Moon
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Holding Your Shoulder Means Injury / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Hollywood Genetics / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Hollywood Pudgy / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Homoerotic Subtext / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Horrible Judge of Character / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Hot for Preacher / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Hot Wings / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
/ int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
How Unscientific! / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Human Pincushion / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
I Believe I Can Fly / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
/ int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
I Do Not Drink Wine / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
I Fell for Hours / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
I Got Bigger / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
I Have the High Ground / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
I Just Want to Have Friends / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
I Need a Freaking Drink / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
I Need You Stronger / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
I Never Got Any Letters / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
I Will Punish Your Friend for Your Failure / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
I Will Wait for You / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
I Work Alone / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Ice Magic Is Water / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Identity Impersonator / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Idiots Cannot Catch Colds / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
If We Get Through This... / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Ignored Enamored Underling / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Ignored Enemy / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
I'm Cold... So Cold... / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
I'm Your Biggest Fan / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Important Haircut / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Imposter Forgot One Detail / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Improbable Hairstyle / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
In a Single Bound / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
In the Back / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
In the End, You Are on Your Own / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
In the Name of the Moon / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Incest Subtext / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Incoming Ham / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Inconsistent Coloring / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Inconsistent Dub / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Informed Flaw / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Informed Loner / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Innocently Insensitive / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Insignificant Little Blue Planet / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Instant Awesome: Just Add Mecha! / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Intertwined Fingers / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Intimate Hair Brushing / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Intimate Healing / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Invasion of the Baby Snatchers / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Inverse Law of Utility and Lethality / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Invisible Parents / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Irisless Eye Mask of Mystery / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Irritation Is the Sincerest Form of Flattery / int_d7aab7c1
 Irwin Daayan
seeAlso
Sailor Moon
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Is It Something You Eat? / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
It Has Been an Honor / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
It Has Only Just Begun / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
It Sucks to Be the Chosen One / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
It's Always Spring / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
It's Popular, Now It Sucks! / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
I've Heard of That — What Is It? / int_d7aab7c1
 Jesus Barrero
seeAlso
Sailor Moon
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Jesus Taboo / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Keep It Foreign / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Keigo / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Kid Hero / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Kill Him Already! / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Kill It with Fire / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Kill It with Water / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Kiss of Death / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Kissing Cousins / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Klingon Promotion / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Kneel Before Zod / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Labcoat of Science and Medicine / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Laser-Guided Amnesia / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Last Episode Theme Reprise / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Last Note Nightmare / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Last Request / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Late Export for You / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Later Installment Weirdness / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Lazy Bum / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Leader Wannabe / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Left the Background Music On / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Lessons in Sophistication / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Lettered Sequel / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Life Energy / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Lightning Glare / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Likes Clark Kent, Hates Superman / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Limited Social Circle / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Linear Warriors, Quadratic Wizards / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Lipstick-and-Load Montage / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Literal Ass-Kicking / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Literal Split Personality / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Literally Shattered Lives / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Live Mink Coat / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Living Dinosaurs / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Living with the Villain / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Load-Bearing Boss / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Localized Name in a Non-Localized Setting / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Lonely Piano Piece / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Long Bus Trip / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Long-Distance Relationship / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Long-Lost Uncle Aesop / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Long Song, Short Scene / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Long Speech Tea Time / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Loon with a Heart of Gold / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Lost in Translation / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Lotus-Eater Machine / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Love Makes You Dumb / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Love Ruins the Realm / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Loved Ones Montage / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Loves Me Not / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Loves My Alter Ego / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Loving a Shadow / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Lull Destruction / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Luminescent Blush / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Lying on a Hillside / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Mad Scientist's Beautiful Daughter / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Magic Brakes / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Magic Knight / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Magic Wand / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Magical Camera / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Magical Clown / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Magical Girl Genre Index / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Mandatory Unretirement / int_d7aab7c1
 MariaFernandaMorales
seeAlso
Sailor Moon
 MariaKawamura
seeAlso
Sailor Moon
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Marilyn Maneuver / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Martial Arts Headband / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Mass Resurrection / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Master of Delusion / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
May Contain Evil / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Maybe Ever After / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Meditating Under a Waterfall / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Meet Cute / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Meet the New Boss / int_d7aab7c1
 MegumiOgata
seeAlso
Sailor Moon
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Meido / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Merchandise-Driven / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Mess on a Plate / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Messianic Archetype / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Mid-Season Twist / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Midnight Snack / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Mike Nelson, Destroyer of Worlds / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Mind-Control Eyes / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Miniature Senior Citizens / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Minor Injury Overreaction / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Mirror Monologue / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Mirror Monster / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Mirror Morality Machine / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Mirrors Reflect Everything / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Mobile Shrubbery / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Modesty Towel / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Monogender Monsters / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Monster of the Aesop / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Monumental Battle / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Moral Guardians / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
More Expendable Than You / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
More Than Mind Control / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Morning Routine / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Mouthful of Pi / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Multi-Animator Project / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Murder the Hypotenuse / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Mutual Kill / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
My Future Self and Me / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
My Hovercraft Is Full of Eels / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
My Significance Sense Is Tingling / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Mysterious Protector / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Mysterious Waif / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Mystical Waif / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Narcissist / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Naughty Is Good / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Necessarily Evil / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
New Season, New Name / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Nightmare Retardant / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
No Body Left Behind / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
No Guy Wants an Amazon / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
No Honor Among Thieves / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
No One Could Survive That! / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Non-Action Guy / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Non-Idle Rich / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Non-Serial Movie / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Non-Singing Voice / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Nonchalant Dodge / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Non-Uniform Uniform / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Normally, I Would Be Dead Now / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Nosebleed / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Not So Above It All / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Not-So-Forgotten Birthday / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Not-So-Imaginary Friend / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Not So Stoic / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
/ int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Not Your Problem / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Novelization / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Now Which One Was That Voice? / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Nurse with Good Intentions / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Obsession Song / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Odd Friendship / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Oddly Named Sequel 2: Electric Boogaloo / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Older Alter Ego / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Older Sidekick / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Ominous Pipe Organ / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Once per Episode / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
One-Book Author / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
One-Note Cook / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
One True Sequence / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
One True Threesome / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
One-Woman Wail / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Onion Tears / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Only One Female Mold / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Only So Many Canadian Actors / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Only the Pure of Heart / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Ooh, Me Accent's Slipping / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
/ int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Out-Gambitted / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Out-of-Clothes Experience / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Out of the Ghetto / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Outrun the Fireball / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Overnight Age-Up / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Overprotective Dad / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Overshadowed by Controversy / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Overtook the Manga / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Paint It Black / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Pajama-Clad Hero / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Parallel Porn Titles / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Parents in Distress / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Parrot Exposition / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Part-Time Hero / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Passionate Sports Girl / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Passive-Aggressive Kombat / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Pastel-Chalked Freeze Frame / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Perky Goth / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Perma-Stubble / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Personality Powers / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Pervert Dad / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Petal Power / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Pillar of Light / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Pinball Projectile / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Pink Girl, Blue Boy / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Pinocchio Syndrome / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Pizza Boy Special Delivery / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Plant Mooks / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Platonic Life-Partners / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Plot-Driven Breakdown / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Plot Leveling / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Plot-Relevant Age-Up / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Pose of Supplication / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Possession Burnout / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Post-Stress Overeating / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Power Floats / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Power-Strain Blackout / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Powered by a Forsaken Child / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Prayer Pose / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Pre-Meeting / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Pre-Mortem One-Liner / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Precap / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Precious Photo / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Precision-Guided Boomerang / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Prehensile Hair / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Press-Ganged / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Princess for a Day / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Princesses Prefer Pink / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Prone to Tears / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Pronoun Trouble / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Prophetic Names / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Protagonist Power-Up Privileges / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Psychosomatic Superpower Outage / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Public Domain Artifact / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Public Domain Soundtrack / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Pulling Themselves Together / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Punch-Clock Hero / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Pure Is Not Good / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Put Down Your Gun and Step Away / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Quit Your Whining / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Rain Aura / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Rainbow Motif / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Rapid-Fire Nail Biting / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Rapid-Fire Typing / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Real Women Don't Wear Dresses / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Rearing Horse / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Rearrange the Song / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Recast as a Regular / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Reclusive Artist / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Recycled Soundtrack / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Red Filter of Doom / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Redemption Earns Life / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Reduced to Dust / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Redundant Parody / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Refrain from Assuming / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Relationship Reset Button / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Relationship Sabotage / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Relationship Voice Actor / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Relationship Writing Fumble / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Relative Error / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Relatively Flimsy Excuse / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Remake Cameo / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Removing the Rival / int_d7aab7c1
 Rene Garcia
seeAlso
Sailor Moon
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Replaced the Theme Tune / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Rescued from the Scrappy Heap / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Reset Button Ending / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Retronym / int_d7aab7c1
 RihokoYoshida
seeAlso
Sailor Moon
 RikaFukami
seeAlso
Sailor Moon
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Ring of Fire / int_d7aab7c1
 RobertTinkler
seeAlso
Sailor Moon
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Robo Cam / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Romantic False Lead / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Romantic Two-Girl Friendship / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Ron the Death Eater / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Roofhopping / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Room Full of Crazy / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Rope Bridge / int_d7aab7c1
 RossyAguirre
seeAlso
Sailor Moon
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Rule of Seven / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Samaritan Syndrome / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Samurai Ponytail / int_d7aab7c1
 Sara Lafleur
seeAlso
Sailor Moon
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Save the Villain / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Saving the Orphanage / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Scenery Censor / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
School Festival / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
School Play / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Schrödinger's Cast / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Science Fantasy / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Scooby Stack / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Screw Destiny / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Sealed Cast in a Multipack / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Sealed Room in the Middle of Nowhere / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Seasonal Rot / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Secret Identity Change Trick / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Secret Keeper / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Secret Secret-Keeper / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Security Cling / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Seiza Squirm / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Self-Destructive Charge / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Self-Disposing Villain / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Self-Insert Fic / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Selfless Wish / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Sending Stuff to Save the Show / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Sense Freak / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Sequel Reset / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Sexy Santa Dress / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Shallow Parody / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
She Cleans Up Nicely / int_d7aab7c1
 ShinoKakinuma
seeAlso
Sailor Moon
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Shipping Bed Death / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Shoot Your Mate / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Short Film / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Short Run in Peru / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Shy Blue-Haired Girl / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Shy Finger-Twiddling / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Sibling Rivalry / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Sibling Yin-Yang / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Sick Episode / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Signature Scent / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Silence, You Fool! / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Silly Rabbit, Cynicism Is for Losers! / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Single-Minded Twins / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Single Serving Friend / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Single Tear / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Sinister Scimitar / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Sinister Silhouettes / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Sins of Our Fathers / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Ski-Resort Episode / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Sky Face / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Slapstick Knows No Gender / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Sleepyhead / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Sliding Scale of Silliness vs. Seriousness / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Slime Girl / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Slipknot Ponytail / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Slow Laser / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Smack on the Back / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Smart People Play Chess / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Smug Smiler / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Snow Means Death / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
So Beautiful, It's a Curse / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
So Last Season / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Solemn Ending Theme / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Someone Has to Die / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Something About a Rose / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Something Blues / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Something Only They Would Say / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Sorry That I'm Dying / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Sorting Algorithm of Evil / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Soup Is Medicine / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Space Is Noisy / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Space / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Sparkling Stream of Tears / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Speed Stripes / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Spell My Name with a / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Sphere of Destruction / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Spoiled by the Merchandise / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Spoiler Title / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Spotting the Thread / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Squeaky Eyes / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Standard Female Grab Area / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Standing in the Hall / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Star-Crossed Lovers / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Staring Through the Sword / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Stationary Wings / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Status Quo Game Show / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Stay in the Kitchen / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Stealth Clothes / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Stellar Name / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Sticky Situation / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Stock Footage / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Stock Footage Failure / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Stock Parody Jokes / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Stock Scream / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Stock Shoujo Bullying Tactics / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Stolen MacGuffin Reveal / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Storming the Castle / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Straight to the Pointe / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Strictly Formula / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Stupid Good / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Subverted Suspicion Aesop / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Sudden Name Change / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Sue Donym / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Suicide Mission / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Super Gender-Bender / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Super Wheelchair / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Supernatural Gold Eyes / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Support Party Member / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Surprise Incest / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Surprise Santa Encounter / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Surprisingly Good English / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Survivor Guilt / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Swarm of Rats / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Sweat Drop / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Sweet Polly Oliver / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Sweetheart Sipping / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Sword Beam / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Sympathy for the Devil / int_d7aab7c1
 TVAsahi
seeAlso
Sailor Moon
 TaikiMatsuno
seeAlso
Sailor Moon
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Taken for Granite / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Talk to the Fist / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Talking Is a Free Action / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Talking the Monster to Death / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Tarot Troubles / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Tastes Better Than It Looks / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Team Shot / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Tears of Joy / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Technicolor Death / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Tennis Boss / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Terrible Artist / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Testosterone Brigade / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
That Came Out Wrong / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
That Poor Cat / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
That Was Not a Dream / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
The Abridged Series / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
The Anti-Christ / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
The Beautiful Elite / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
The Blank / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
The Call Knows Where You Live / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
The Character Ice Cream Bar / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
The Day the Music Lied / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
The Dividual / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
The Doll Episode / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
The Everyman / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
The Fatalist / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
The Fighting Narcissist / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
The Foreign Subtitle / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
The Glomp / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
The Heart / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
The Heartless / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
The Hedge of Thorns / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
The Joy of X / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
The Klutz / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
The Millstone / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
The Needs of the Many / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
The One Guy / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
The Original Series / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
The Power of Glass / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
The Quisling / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
The Rest Shall Pass / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
The Song Remains the Same / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
The Stinger / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
The Unmasking / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
The Worf Barrage / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Theme Music Withholding / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Theme Tune Roll Call / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
These Hands Have Killed / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Thinks Like a Romance Novel / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Thinly-Veiled Dub Country Change / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
This Cannot Be! / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
This Is a Drill / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
This Is Gonna Suck / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
This Is Something He's Got to Do Himself / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
This Is the Part Where... / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
This Is Unforgivable! / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
This Loser Is You / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Three-Way Sex / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Threesome Subtext / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Through His Stomach / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Thundering Herd / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Time-Shifted Actor / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Tinkle in the Eye / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Title Scream / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Title: The Adaptation / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Title Theme Drop / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Token Evil Teammate / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Token Mini-Moe / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Token Minority / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Tokyo Is the Center of the Universe / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Tokyo Tower / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Tomboyish Baseball Cap / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Tonight, Someone Dies / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Too Kinky to Torture / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Total Eclipse of the Plot / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Town Girls / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Train-Station Goodbye / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Translation Correction / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Trauma Swing / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Treacherous Spirit Chase / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Triang Relations / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Triple Shifter / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Troperiffic / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
True Blue Femininity / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
True Love's Kiss / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Tsurime Eyes / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Tutu Fancy / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
*Twang* Hello / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Twice Shy / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Twisted-Knee Collapse / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
2D Visuals, 3D Effects / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Two Girls and a Guy / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Two-Teacher School / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Two-Timer Date / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Un-Canceled / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Undead Tax Exemption / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Undercover Model / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Undressing the Unconscious / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Unexpectedly Dark Episode / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Unexplained Accent / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Unfazed Everyman / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Unicorn / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Universal Driver's License / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Unlimited Wardrobe / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Unrealistic Black Hole / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Unreliable Voiceover / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Unsettling Gender Reveal / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Unsuspectingly Soused / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Unsympathetic Comedy Protagonist / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Unwilling Suspension / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Urine Trouble / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Useless Boyfriend / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Vain Sorceress / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Variable Terminal Velocity / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Vasquez Always Dies / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Vehicular Sabotage / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Verbed Title / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Victim of the Week / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Viewers in Mourning / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Vile Villain, Laughable Lackey / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Villain: Exit, Stage Left / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Villain Override / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Villain-Possessed Bystander / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Villain Teleportation / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Villainesses Want Heroes / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Villains Never Lie / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Villains Want Mercy / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Vindicated by Reruns / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Voicemail Confusion / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Voices in One Room / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Vomit Indiscretion Shot / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Wacky Parent, Serious Child / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Warrior Therapist / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Was Once a Man / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Waterfall Puke / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
We Are / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
We Need a Distraction / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
We Will Meet Again / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
We Would Have Told You, But... / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Weapon for Intimidation / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Weapon Stomp / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Weddings in Japan / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Weight Woe / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Weirdness Censor / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Weirdness Magnet / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
What Did I Do Last Night? / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
What Measure Is a Non-Badass? / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
What the Hell Is That Accent? / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
When Trees Attack / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Whip It Good / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Who Wears Short Shorts? / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Who Would Be Stupid Enough? / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Wild Take / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Wins by Doing Absolutely Nothing / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Winter Royal Lady / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Wistful Amnesia / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Witch with a Capital B / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
With Friends Like These... / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Woman Scorned / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Wonder Twin Powers / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Word of God / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Word Schmord / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Worf Had the Flu / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
World-Healing Wave / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
World of Ham / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
World Tree / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Yaoi Fangirl / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Yaoi Guys / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
You Are Worth Hell / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
You Called Me / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
You Just Told Me / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
You Make Me Sic / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Zettai Ryouiki / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Zigzag Paper Tassel / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Zip Me Up / int_d7aab7c1
 Saint Seiya (Manga)
seeAlso
Sailor Moon
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
No Problem with Licensed Games / Sugar Wiki / int_d7aab7c1
 Elemental Goddess (Web Animation)
seeAlso
Sailor Moon
 Darkbolt
seeAlso
Sailor Moon
 Sailor Moon CS (Webcomic)
seeAlso
Sailor Moon
 Sailor Sun (Webcomic)
seeAlso
Sailor Moon
 sailormoon
sameAs
Sailor Moon
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Big Breast Pride / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Chunky Updraft / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Emergency Impersonation / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Fidelity Test / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Godiva Hair / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
High School / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Hot Scientist / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Hypnosis-Proof Dogs / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
I Can't Do This by Myself / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Lap Pillow / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Recap Episode / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Red String of Fate / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Sacred First Kiss / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
School for Scheming / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
Second-Act Breakup / int_d7aab7c1
 Sailor Moon
hasFeature
The Matchmaker / int_d7aab7c1