History Characters / SailorMoonMainCast

20th Mar '17 2:39:57 PM gjjones
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* AdaptationalComicRelief: In the anime, expect her to become a ButtMonkey as soon as she gets into a fight. The first time she tried using her Pink Sugar Heart Attack [[EpicFail says it all]]. In the manga, there were a number of side comics that dealt with her fighting a number of bad guys alongside of Sailor Moon and occasionally Sailor Venus. These were usually very goofy villains, like a spirit who got power from cavity pains.

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* AdaptationalComicRelief: In the 90s anime, expect her to become a ButtMonkey as soon as she gets into a fight. The first time she tried using her Pink Sugar Heart Attack [[EpicFail says it all]]. In the manga, there were a number of side comics that dealt with her fighting a number of bad guys alongside of Sailor Moon and occasionally Sailor Venus. These were usually very goofy villains, like a spirit who got power from cavity pains.
20th Mar '17 2:15:56 PM gjjones
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* UnstoppableRage: Each of the Inner Senshi receive a power-up after experiencing this in the R season of the anime. Sailor Venus receives another power in a similar fashion in the [=SuperS=] season after being bound up and having her Dream Mirror ripped out by the two guys she was two-timing. Same with Sailor Mercury in her [=SuperS=] movie special, when she thinks that her academic rival is trying to get under her skin and attack her (the enemy she attacks [[spoiler: turns out to be someone completely different]].)

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* UnstoppableRage: Each of the Inner Senshi Guardians receive a power-up after experiencing this in the R season of the anime. Sailor Venus receives another power in a similar fashion in the [=SuperS=] season after being bound up and having her Dream Mirror ripped out by the two guys she was two-timing. Same with Sailor Mercury in her [=SuperS=] movie special, when she thinks that her academic rival is trying to get under her skin and attack her (the enemy she attacks [[spoiler: turns out to be someone completely different]].)



** Also to Haruka, which is explored in the Nehellenia arc of the Stars season. While Ami is the brains of the Inner Senshi, and insists on studying an enemy before attacking, Haruka is the brawn of the Outer Senshi, and tries to plow through hordes of enemies with brute force. Ami is ladylike, gentle, idealistic, insecure, and wants to be liked by others, while Haruka is tomboyish, gruff, cynical enough to think that a horrible sacrifice is necessary to preserve peace, appears very confident, and genuinely does not care whether others accept her or not.

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** Also to Haruka, which is explored in the Nehellenia arc of the Stars season. While Ami is the brains of the Inner Senshi, Guardians, and insists on studying an enemy before attacking, Haruka is the brawn of the Outer Senshi, Guardians, and tries to plow through hordes of enemies with brute force. Ami is ladylike, gentle, idealistic, insecure, and wants to be liked by others, while Haruka is tomboyish, gruff, cynical enough to think that a horrible sacrifice is necessary to preserve peace, appears very confident, and genuinely does not care whether others accept her or not.



* JerkWithAHeartOfGold: She is sarcastic and has a short-temper, and can be quite mean to Usagi in the first season of the 90s anime, but she's a well-meaning nice girl underneath it all. It's worth pointing out that her bickering with Usagi is not one-sided, and the two tend to give as much as they take when arguing. That said, the 90s anime makes it clear that Rei and Usagi understand each other the best out of all the Inner Senshi, and Rei is frequently the most horrified whenever Usagi is hurt or dies. And vice versa.

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* JerkWithAHeartOfGold: She is sarcastic and has a short-temper, and can be quite mean to Usagi in the first season of the 90s anime, but she's a well-meaning nice girl underneath it all. It's worth pointing out that her bickering with Usagi is not one-sided, and the two tend to give as much as they take when arguing. That said, the 90s anime makes it clear that Rei and Usagi understand each other the best out of all the Inner Senshi, Guardians, and Rei is frequently the most horrified whenever Usagi is hurt or dies. And vice versa.



* BruiserWithASoftCenter: She is the physically strongest of the Inner Senshi, with powerful lightning attacks to boot. She is also a HugeSchoolgirl with a (likely undeserved) reputation as a brawler. Despite her brashness, and her tendency to resort to intimidation/violence to deal with enemies and bullies, she is a friendly, warm-hearted, generous girl who wouldn’t lay a finger on an innocent person.

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* BruiserWithASoftCenter: She is the physically strongest of the Inner Senshi, Guardians, with powerful lightning attacks to boot. She is also a HugeSchoolgirl with a (likely undeserved) reputation as a brawler. Despite her brashness, and her tendency to resort to intimidation/violence to deal with enemies and bullies, she is a friendly, warm-hearted, generous girl who wouldn’t lay a finger on an innocent person.



* CannotTellALie: 90s Anime Makoto is so earnest it means she's ''horrible'' when it comes to subterfuge and easily the worst liar of all the Inner Senshi. This is best exemplified when the girls need to protect Usagi's identity from Kaolinite, so they have Minako dress up as Sailor Moon. All Makoto can do is awkwardly, and loudly, declare that Rei's proclamation that Usagi is too much of a clumsy crybaby to ever be a Sailor Senshi is true.

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* CannotTellALie: 90s Anime Makoto is so earnest it means she's ''horrible'' when it comes to subterfuge and easily the worst liar of all the Inner Senshi.Guardians. This is best exemplified when the girls need to protect Usagi's identity from Kaolinite, so they have Minako dress up as Sailor Moon. All Makoto can do is awkwardly, and loudly, declare that Rei's proclamation that Usagi is too much of a clumsy crybaby to ever be a Sailor Senshi is true.



* TheBigGuy: For the Outer Senshi, and in general, the Sailor Team. She is the second tallest of all Senshi (towering over Makoto), is a competitive racer, is athletic enough to dominate Jupiter in a brawl, and like Jupiter, likes physical fighting just as much as using her Senshi powers. In contrast to Ami, she prefers to power through enemies rather than step back and make a plan.

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* TheBigGuy: For the Outer Senshi, Guardians, and in general, the Sailor Team. She is the second tallest of all Senshi (towering over Makoto), is a competitive racer, is athletic enough to dominate Jupiter in a brawl, and like Jupiter, likes physical fighting just as much as using her Senshi powers. In contrast to Ami, she prefers to power through enemies rather than step back and make a plan.



* {{Foil}}: To Ami, which is explored in the Nehellenia arc of the Stars season. While Haruka is the brawn of the Outer Senshi, and tries to plow through hordes of enemies with brute force, Ami is the brains of the Inner Senshi, and insists on studying an enemy before attacking. Haruka is tomboyish, gruff, cynical enough to think that a horrible sacrifice is necessary to preserve peace, appears very confident, and genuinely does not care whether others accept her or not, while Ami is ladylike, gentle, idealistic, insecure, and wants to be liked by others.

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* {{Foil}}: To Ami, which is explored in the Nehellenia arc of the Stars season. While Haruka is the brawn of the Outer Senshi, Guardians, and tries to plow through hordes of enemies with brute force, Ami is the brains of the Inner Senshi, Guardians, and insists on studying an enemy before attacking. Haruka is tomboyish, gruff, cynical enough to think that a horrible sacrifice is necessary to preserve peace, appears very confident, and genuinely does not care whether others accept her or not, while Ami is ladylike, gentle, idealistic, insecure, and wants to be liked by others.



* TheDreaded: The Outer Senshi were deeply afraid of he and had attempted to kill Hotaru to prevent Sailor Saturn from awakening. Justified though, for the fact that she could destroy a planet on her own, and she just had to do it everytime she woke up.

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* TheDreaded: The Outer Senshi Guardians were deeply afraid of he and had attempted to kill Hotaru to prevent Sailor Saturn from awakening. Justified though, for the fact that she could destroy a planet on her own, and she just had to do it everytime she woke up.



* GodzillaThreshold: She's meant to awaken as a Sailor Senshi only when a world-threatening event happens to destroy everything and reset it to zero, with the other Outer Senshi's talismans working as a seal to her powers.

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* GodzillaThreshold: She's meant to awaken as a Sailor Senshi only when a world-threatening event happens to destroy everything and reset it to zero, with the other Outer Senshi's Guardians' talismans working as a seal to her powers.
17th Mar '17 6:46:55 AM nurikokairu
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* TheDreaded: The Outer Senshi were deeply afraid of he and had attempted to kill Hotaru to prevent Sailor Saturn from awakening. Justified though, for the fact that she could destroy a planet on her own, and she just had to do it everytime she woke up.


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* KilledOffForReal: The manga seems to imply that the original Sailor Saturn had died for real when she was locked with Pharaoh 90 in the other dimension, and the one who was reborned is Hotaru, not her.


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* OlderAlterEgo: Averted in the 90s anime where the awaken Saturn still acts like Hotaru, but played straight in the manga, when it was the original Sailor Saturn who was awakened rather than Hotaru. She had noticeably calmer, colder expression, and refer to herself and Hotaru as two different people.


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* Reincarnation: Unlike the other Senshi, however, Hotaru's situation is a bit more different. She is the only one with a different personality from her past self. Sailor Saturn on her awakening even said that, Hotaru is a person on her own while Saturn's soul just slept inside her.
13th Mar '17 1:12:23 AM Ramidel
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* {{Determinator}}: She NEVER GIVES UP so very, ''very'' much.

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* {{Determinator}}: She NEVER GIVES UP so very, ''very'' much.Grows into an off-and-on version of this. When she's dug in, she ''will not give up'', but it often takes a significant amount of flakiness, cowardice and complaining before she gets in the game.


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* HeroicWillpower: When the chips are really down, she can show this - until then, she's a bit limp. An example is her fight against Rubeus in the '90s anime, where she stands up under super-enhanced gravity using nothing but determination.
11th Mar '17 10:06:37 AM troodos
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* AdaptationDyeJob: Her hair, while described as black, is stylized as purple in the manga and in ''Crystal'', likely to make colored spreads more vibrant. The first anime keeps it black but gives it a purple sheen.


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* HairColorDissonance: Her hair, while described as black, is stylized as purple in the manga and in ''Crystal'', likely to make colored spreads more vibrant. The first anime keeps it black but gives it a purple sheen.
6th Mar '17 12:46:46 PM lilysakura220
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** Butterflies as Super Sailor Moon.
1st Mar '17 11:25:03 AM Gairyuki
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* PromotionToOpeningTitles: Added to the third intro of ''Sailor Moon S''.

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* PromotionToOpeningTitles: Added to the third intro of ''Sailor Moon S''.S'', the only time in the 90s anime all ten Senshi were ever in one opening, though Hotaru never gets to be shown as Saturn in it.
23rd Feb '17 8:39:59 PM IdeaMaster
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* PromotionToOpeningTitles: Added to the third intro of ''Sailor Moon S''.
19th Feb '17 9:17:18 PM Ramidel
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* SoLastSeason: Averted with her Bubble Spray, unlike most of the first-season attacks. While it's not so useful for direct damage, creating fog for tactical purposes or escape is one of her most useful abilities even after she gets actual attacks.
17th Feb '17 5:23:41 AM Ramidel
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* SmartPeoplePlayChess: Versus Berthier and the daimoness U-Ikasaman.

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* SmartPeoplePlayChess: Versus She's Japan's junior chess champion, which becomes relevant when she plays against Berthier and the daimoness U-Ikasaman.
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