History Characters / SailorMoonMainCast

21st Sep '16 12:47:15 PM naal2
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* EvenEvilHasLovedOnes: Inverted. She still loves and misses her father in the manga and Crystal, despite everything he's done.
20th Sep '16 8:15:31 AM Oecchi
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** In the manga she's still this, but in a different way than in the 90s anime; she's mostly a workaholic when it comes to being a {{Miko}}, since she takes her miko duties very seriously and runs the shrine all by herself when her grandfather is sick. However, she doesn't participate much in school activities aside from running a fortune-telling stand during the cultural festival during the Black Moon arc.

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** In the manga she's still this, but in a different way than in the 90s anime; she's mostly a workaholic when it comes to being a {{Miko}}, since she takes her miko duties very seriously and runs the shrine all by herself when her grandfather is sick. However, she doesn't participate much in school activities aside from running a fortune-telling stand during for the cultural festival during the Black Moon arc.
20th Aug '16 8:19:07 AM Oecchi
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* HenshinHero: They're a combination of this and {{Magical Girl}}s, becoming the TropeCodifier for the MagicalGirlWarrior trope.


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* {{Sentai}}: They combine elements of this (namely by being ColorCodedCharacters) with {{Magical Girl}}s, becoming the TropeCodifier for the MagicalGirlWarrior trope.
18th Aug '16 9:46:30 AM Oecchi
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* {{Workaholic}}: In the 90s anime. In an early episode, she still attended to her Senshi duties despite being down with a bad cold. In the R season, she organized an entire school festival for herself on her own, and was shown slaving over composing lyrics in frustration. At the end of that episode, and in a flashback in the R movie, Usagi marvels over Reiís intense work ethic. An episode in the S season shows her staying up many nights doing fire-readings to discover the meaning of her prophetic dreams, forgoing sleep and food entirely, which leaves her visibly haggard over time.

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* {{Workaholic}}: In {{Workaholic}}:
** A very present trait of hers in
the 90s anime. In an early episode, she still attended to her Senshi duties despite being down with a bad cold. In the R season, she organized an entire school festival for herself on her own, and was shown slaving over composing lyrics in frustration. At the end of that episode, and in a flashback in the R movie, Usagi marvels over Reiís intense work ethic. An episode in the S season shows her staying up many nights doing fire-readings to discover the meaning of her prophetic dreams, forgoing sleep and food entirely, which leaves her visibly haggard over time.time.
** In the manga she's still this, but in a different way than in the 90s anime; she's mostly a workaholic when it comes to being a {{Miko}}, since she takes her miko duties very seriously and runs the shrine all by herself when her grandfather is sick. However, she doesn't participate much in school activities aside from running a fortune-telling stand during the cultural festival during the Black Moon arc.
18th Aug '16 7:32:21 AM Alden2
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* ShrinkingViolet: She was so shy and withdrawn that, until Chibi-Usa came along, she had pretty much no friends.

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* ShrinkingViolet: She was so shy and withdrawn that, until Chibi-Usa came along, she had pretty much no friends.
15th Aug '16 10:01:05 AM BatmanKalEl
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* GrumpyBear: In the anime. The idea that ThePowerofLove and justice could triumph without a horrible sacrifice seems to offend her on some level.

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* GrumpyBear: In the anime. The idea that ThePowerofLove ThePowerOfLove and justice could triumph without a horrible sacrifice seems to offend her on some level.
12th Aug '16 2:51:57 PM MacronNotes
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* GlassCannon: Haruka enjoys flirting with any cute girl and woman she meets, but can't take it back. Whenever Michiru flirted with her or used double entendres, it would either fly over Haruka's head, or make her flustered. In the ''[=SuperS=]'' movie, Michiru's double entendre throws Haruka off-guard to the point of blushing and not being able to look her in the eyes.
8th Aug '16 9:08:33 AM EDP
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* NoNonsenseNemesis: In the manga. ''Manga/CodenameSailorV'' shows that [[CharacterEvolution she didn't start out that way]]: the first incident of this kind of pragmatism are the "Pet Diary" chapters (of the three enemies she faced there, Nyan Nyan was stunned by a ''chemical attack'' and killed while she was down, Wan Wan was beheaded while he complained for Minako's overly long speech, and Chuu Chuu, a mosquito youma, was killed by another chemical attack, namely magical ''mosquito incense''), and by the time of the main series she's pragmatic enough to cut Zoisite into pieces from behind while he's distracted.
7th Aug '16 8:03:11 PM gjjones
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* HairTriggerTemper: In the anime.

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* HairTriggerTemper: In the anime.anime, pretty much ''anything'' will set her off.
7th Aug '16 8:02:19 PM gjjones
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* ActionGirl: Not quite as much as the others, but she's still pretty {{Badass}} and definitely has her moments.

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* ActionGirl: Not quite as much as the others, but she's still pretty {{Badass}} badass and definitely has her moments.
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