History Characters / SailorMoonMainCast

7th Dec '17 1:03:45 PM EDP
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* HeroDoesPublicService: Aside for being the one confirmed blood donor of the Sailor Soldiers, she's prone to help ''everyone'' if she stumbles on someone in need, not expecting a reward for it ([[NotSoAboveItAll but all too willing to keep it if freely offered]]). No matter if she'd just like to go home and rest after having donated blood, climbed a building, destroyed the MonsterOfTheWeek and climbed down in the last ten minutes and is only standing thanks to ''eight'' cans of tomato juice, if she's being asked to help raising money for charity she'll help with a smile.



* LargeHam: As Sailor V. In one instance, her transformation speech spanned over two pages and the ''enemy'' had to tell her it was too long. She dials it down a bit in Sailor Moon... but since ''Franchise/SailorMoon'' is a WorldOfHam, it's not that much in the end.

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* LargeHam: As Sailor V. In one instance, her transformation speech spanned over two pages and the ''enemy'' had to tell her it was too long.long ([[CombatPragmatist and she hammily beheaded him as he was busy complaining]]). She dials it down a bit in Sailor Moon... but since ''Franchise/SailorMoon'' is a WorldOfHam, it's not that much in the end.
4th Dec '17 10:07:12 AM Drawxne
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'''Portrayed in the musicals by''': Keiko Takeda, Chihiro Imai, Asami Sanpei (Nao Asami), Mao Mita, Mario Tomioka, Ayami Kakiuchi, Ruria Nakamura, Yui Iizuka, Eriko Funakoshi, Karin Takahashi

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'''Portrayed in the musicals by''': Keiko Takeda, Chihiro Imai, Asami Sanpei (Nao Asami), Mao Mita, Mario Tomioka, Ayami Kakiuchi, Ruria Nakamura, Yui Iizuka, Eriko Funakoshi, Karin Takahashi
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"''I am an emissary from the abyss of death. Protected by Saturn, Planet of Ruin. Guardian of Silence, Sailor Saturn.''"
24th Nov '17 1:12:09 AM bt8257
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* AllergicToLove: Along with other much more extreme and neurotic behaviors, Ami reacts to getting a love letter by breaking out in ''hives'' in the "Ami-chan's First Love" manga side-story[=/=]''[=SuperS=]'' anime short. The anime version creates an AdaptationInducedPlothole, as TheNineties anime continuity sees her in a relationship with CanonForeigner Ryo Urawa, with no indication of a love phobia.

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* AllergicToLove: Along with other much more extreme and neurotic behaviors, Ami reacts to getting a love letter by breaking out in ''hives'' in the "Ami-chan's First Love" manga side-story[=/=]''[=SuperS=]'' anime short. The anime version creates an AdaptationInducedPlothole, AdaptationInducedPlotHole, as TheNineties anime continuity sees her in a relationship with CanonForeigner Ryo Urawa, with no indication of a love phobia.



* AwesomenessByAnalysis: She pulls this off frequently both in and out of her civilian guise. Case in point, in her debut chapter she gets the top score on an arcade game she has never played before, simply by calculating the game's AI patterns after watching Usagi play it ''once''.

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* AwesomenessByAnalysis: She pulls this off frequently both in and out of her civilian guise. Case in point, in her debut chapter chapter, she gets the top score on an arcade game she has never played before, simply by calculating the game's AI patterns after watching Usagi play it ''once''.



* ByThePowerOfGreyskull: "Mercury power, make up!", "Mercury star power, make up!", "Mercury planet power, make up!" (manga) "Mercury crystal power, make up!"

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* ByThePowerOfGreyskull: ByThePowerOfGrayskull: "Mercury power, make up!", "Mercury star power, make up!", "Mercury planet power, make up!" (manga) "Mercury crystal power, make up!"
21st Nov '17 12:39:25 AM Ramidel
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* JapaneseRanguage: In one episode, it's shown that while her academic knowledge of English is flawless, she can't really pronounce it properly.
16th Nov '17 8:56:58 AM EDP
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* DudeWheresMyRespect: In both the anime and manga:
** Anime: she's the Sailor Senshi active for the most time, stops bank robbers in her free time and single-handedly freed London from Dark Kingdom monsters (where the other Sailor Senshi were nearly killed many times, once being saved by Venus who had just returned from London). Comes second season and we find out that Sailor Venus has apparently been overshadowed by Sailor Moon and forgotten. It didn't help that her Sailor V persona was presumed dead after one mission back in London.
** Manga: in the Dream Arc ''her own teammates'' were so in awe of the Outers they completely forgot her role in training them and saving them from Zoisite in the first arc, rescuing them from the Black Moon in the second, and generally putting a performance as good or better than the Outers in the third, something she eventually call them out on-before going on what under the circumstances is a suicide mission just to prove she still has it.
5th Nov '17 12:40:39 PM ImperialMajestyXO
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* WeCanRebuildHim: In the manga, her body was so badly damaged after the explosion that killed her mom and injured her, that her MadScientist dad rebuilt her body with cybernetics. As as result, she wears long sleeves year round to hide her robotic arms and legs. Being reborn fixes this.



* WeCanRebuildHim: In the manga, her body was so badly damaged after the explosion that killed her mom and injured her, that her MadScientist dad rebuilt her body with cybernetics. As as result, she wears long sleeves year round to hide her robotic arms and legs. Being reborn fixes this.
4th Nov '17 10:00:33 PM DustSnitch
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* BadassPrincess: According to the manga, not only Usagi but ALL of the other Sailor Guardians were princesses of their planets during the Silver Millennium so this applies to all of them. Whether this trope is valid outside of the manga is up to debate.



* EverythingsBetterWithPrincesses: According to the manga, not only Usagi but ALL of the other Sailor Guardians were princesses of their planets during the Silver Millennium so this applies to all of them. Whether this trope is valid outside of the manga is up to debate.



* RoyalsWhoActuallyDoSomething: See BadassPrincess above.



* BadassPrincess: As Princess Serenity, she killed Beryl/Metallia and defeated Galaxia.
26th Oct '17 2:44:35 AM EDP
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* LonelyAtTheTop: Subtly, but it's shown that as she grew in skills and abilities as Sailor V she progressively grew apart from her friends.
19th Oct '17 5:28:46 AM MsCC93
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* JerkassHasAPoint: In the anime mostly. While Rini was extremely bratty and rude towards Usagi, she's not wrong for feeling a little resentful towards Usagi for being selfish and irresponsible.
14th Oct '17 8:59:10 AM Kanjilearner3309
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* WhyDidItHaveToBeSnakes: Cockroaches disgust her to no end.
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