History Characters / SailorMoonVillains

23rd Aug '16 7:25:56 PM gjjones
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** NoblewomansLaugh / AnnoyingLaugh: ...which is so painful, [[LampshadeHanging the characters actually cover their ears on hearing it.]]

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** NoblewomansLaugh / AnnoyingLaugh: ...NoblewomansLaugh: ...which is so painful, painful and [[AnnoyingLaugh annoying]], [[LampshadeHanging the characters actually cover their ears on hearing it.]]



* RapunzelHair

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* RapunzelHairRapunzelHair: She has waist-length long hair.
23rd Aug '16 7:23:48 PM gjjones
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* BigBad: The last one in the ''Sailor Moon'' series and the Shadow Galactica arc.
* TheChessMaster: In the manga only, where it orchestrates basically all of the bad stuff that happens over the course of the series, and [[spoiler: manipulates Sailor Galaxia into working towards its goals, as opposed to possessing her.]]

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* BigBad: The last one in the ''Sailor Moon'' series and of the Shadow Galactica arc.
* TheChessMaster: TheChessmaster: In the manga only, where manga, it orchestrates basically all of the bad stuff that happens over the course of the series, and [[spoiler: manipulates Sailor Galaxia into working towards its goals, as opposed to possessing her.]]]]
* TheCorrupter: In ''Sailor Stars'', it corrupts Sailor Galaxia after she sealed it.



* OmnicidalManiac: He desires to bring [[TheEndOfTheWorldAsWeKnowIt an end to the universe]] and recreate anew to fit his whims.

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* OmnicidalManiac: He It desires to bring [[TheEndOfTheWorldAsWeKnowIt an end to the universe]] and recreate anew to fit his its whims.



* YouHaveFailedMe: Wouldn't be a true ''Sailor Moon'' BigBad without this trope.

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* YouHaveFailedMe: Wouldn't It wouldn't be a true ''Sailor Moon'' BigBad without this trope.



* {{BFS}}: In the anime. She doesn't use it that much, though.

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* {{BFS}}: In the anime.anime, she has a giant sword. She doesn't use it that much, though.



* RedemptionEarnsLife: [[spoiler:In the anime.]]
* RedemptionEqualsDeath: [[spoiler:In the manga. Quite literally; it's the ''act'' of redeeming herself that kills her, as the bracelet sustaining her starseed shatters as a result of her HeelFaceTurn. However, it's implied that she's reborn along with all the other dead Senshi in the end.]]

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* RedemptionEarnsLife: [[spoiler:In In the anime.anime, [[spoiler:she survives after Sailor Moon redeems her.]]
* RedemptionEqualsDeath: [[spoiler:In In the manga. Quite literally; it's manga, [[spoiler:it's the ''act'' of redeeming herself that kills her, as the bracelet sustaining her starseed shatters as a result of her HeelFaceTurn. However, it's implied that she's reborn along with all the other dead Senshi in the end.]]
23rd Aug '16 5:15:52 PM NOYB
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* TrueFinalBoss: Well, Pharaoh 90 has been defeated and the world is saved. [[spoiler: Wait... what's that Daimon seed doing with the Daimon making oven?]]

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* TrueFinalBoss: Well, Pharaoh 90 has been defeated and the world is saved. [[spoiler: Wait... what's that Daimon seed doing with the Daimon making Daimon-making oven?]]
23rd Aug '16 5:04:14 PM NOYB
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* EvilRedheads: At least three of the girls had red or orange hair: Eudial, Mimete, and Ptilol, though Mimete is more strawberry blonde.

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* EvilRedheads: At least three of the girls had red or orange hair: Eudial, Mimete, and Ptilol, though Mimete is more strawberry blonde.blond.



* NonIndicativeName: Even after the sixth witch, Ptilol, is revealed, they're still called the Witches 5.

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* NonIndicativeName: Even after the sixth witch, Ptilol, is revealed, they're still called the Witches 5. This is because Ptilol is an extension of Cyprine and they count as one witch.
22nd Aug '16 2:15:22 PM TheNohrianDarkKnight
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%%* RedAndBlackAndEvilAllOver
* ThatManIsDead: In Episode 85, after Sailor Moon's attempt to undo her brainwashing fails.
->"Wiseman has given me a new name and a better life as Black Lady. I am ''not'' Chibi-Usa."
%%* WomanInBlack

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%%* RedAndBlackAndEvilAllOver
RedAndBlackAndEvilAllOver: Her dress is red and black.
* ThatManIsDead: In Or in her case, "This girl is dead". Says a variant of this in Episode 85, after 85 to Sailor Moon's Moon after her attempt to undo her the brainwashing Wiseman inflicted on Chibi-Usa/Black Lady fails.
->"Wiseman -->"Wiseman has given me a new name and a better life as Black Lady. I am ''not'' Chibi-Usa."
%%* WomanInBlack* WomanInBlack: Wears a black dress.
22nd Aug '16 7:51:08 AM JoieDeCombat
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* LapPillow: Kunzite's first apparition in the '90s anime has him allowing a tearful and humiliated Zoicite rest his head on his lap, after Beryl chooses Nephrite over him for a mission.

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* LapPillow: Kunzite's first apparition appearance in the '90s anime has him allowing a tearful and humiliated Zoicite rest his head on his lap, after Beryl chooses Nephrite over him for a mission.
22nd Aug '16 7:46:56 AM JoieDeCombat
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* RemovingTheRival: The very ''idea'' that Nephrite might succeed pissed him off. He likely would have had Nephrite killed even if he ''hadn't'' turned his coat for Naru.

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* RemovingTheRival: The very ''idea'' that When Nephrite might succeed pissed him off. He likely would have had in the '90s anime starts aiming to one-up Zoisite by taking over the job of finding the Silver Crystal, Zoisite is ''pissed''. Even if Nephrite killed even if he ''hadn't'' hadn't turned his coat for Naru.Naru, it's likely Zoisite would still have had him killed.
22nd Aug '16 7:38:08 AM JoieDeCombat
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* AdaptationPersonalityChange: The little personality he had in the manga was that of a brash, reckless person. This is the exact opposite of his personality in TheNineties anime, which is cool-headed, intelligent and manipulative. His personality in PGSM and ''Crystal'' is more in line with his manga counterpart.

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* AdaptationPersonalityChange: The little personality he had in the manga was that of a brash, reckless person. This is person, with Takeuchi's notes indicating that he's the exact opposite of type to charge in and quickly get himself killed. Although his personality '90s anime incarnation is still brash and capable of recklessness (as shown in TheNineties anime, which is his interactions with Zoisite and his willingness to mouth off to ''Beryl''), he's nevertheless much more cool-headed, intelligent manipulative, and manipulative. capable of long-term scheming, such that Zoisite and Kunzite both acknowledge him as a formidable opponent. His personality in PGSM and ''Crystal'' is more in line with his manga counterpart.
22nd Aug '16 7:24:59 AM JoieDeCombat
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* [[ThatManIsDead That Girl Is Dead]]: Says this word for word in Episode 85, after Sailor Moon's attempt to undo her brainwashing fails.

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* [[ThatManIsDead That Girl Is Dead]]: Says this word for word in ThatManIsDead: In Episode 85, after Sailor Moon's attempt to undo her brainwashing fails.



* EldritchAbomination: In the manga he doesn't even seem to have a corporeal form, appearing as a void of darkness with a pair of glowing "eyes" as its only identifiable features. In the 90's anime, he looks either like a planet or a swirling mass of dark energy.

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* EldritchAbomination: In the manga he doesn't even seem to have a corporeal form, appearing as a void of darkness with a pair of glowing "eyes" as its only identifiable features. In the 90's 90s anime, he looks either like a planet or a swirling mass of dark energy.



* InvincibleVillain: In the manga, since destroying him would have also destroyed the Earth, Sailor Saturn and Sailor Pluto have no choice but to banish him to another dimension from which he can never reach Earth again. This gives him the dubious distinction of being the only BigBad who is never actually killed in the manga. In the 90's anime, however, he is destroyed by both Sailor Saturn and Sailor Moon.
* KilledOffscreen: In the 90's anime we never see him get destroyed. We see the gateway that's bringing him to Earth vanish, but that's about it.
* TheManBehindTheMan: In the 90's anime, to Mistress 9. This is not the case in the manga and ''Crystal,'' in which he's shown as calling the shots from the beginning and Mistress 9's existence is a late-arc surprise.

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* InvincibleVillain: In the manga, since destroying him would have also destroyed the Earth, Sailor Saturn and Sailor Pluto have no choice but to banish him to another dimension from which he can never reach Earth again. This gives him the dubious distinction of being the only BigBad who is never actually killed in the manga. In the 90's 90s anime, however, he is destroyed by both Sailor Saturn and Sailor Moon.
* KilledOffscreen: In the 90's 90s anime we never see him get destroyed. We see the gateway that's bringing him to Earth vanish, but that's about it.
* TheManBehindTheMan: In the 90's 90s anime, to Mistress 9. This is not the case in the manga and ''Crystal,'' in which he's shown as calling the shots from the beginning and Mistress 9's existence is a late-arc surprise.



* DemonicPossession: She's been slumbering inside Hotaru's body for years, and starts to take over after reacting to Chibi-Usa's Silver Crystal, or, in the 90's anime, [[spoiler: consuming Chibi-Usa's Pure Heart]].

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* DemonicPossession: She's been slumbering inside Hotaru's body for years, and starts to take over after reacting to Chibi-Usa's Silver Crystal, or, in the 90's 90s anime, [[spoiler: consuming Chibi-Usa's Pure Heart]].



* EvilCounterpart: In the 90's anime she is this to the Messiah of Good,[[spoiler: Sailor Moon]].
* InvincibleVillain: In the manga, once she breaks out of Hotaru's body she becomes more or less this and ultimately merges with Pharaoh 90. In the 90's anime, however, she is destroyed after Sailor Saturn awakens from inside her.

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* EvilCounterpart: In the 90's 90s anime she is this to the Messiah of Good,[[spoiler: Sailor Moon]].
* InvincibleVillain: In the manga, once she breaks out of Hotaru's body she becomes more or less this and ultimately merges with Pharaoh 90. In the 90's 90s anime, however, she is destroyed after Sailor Saturn awakens from inside her.



* RedBaron: In the 90's anime, she is also known as the Messiah of Silence.
* RedHerring: The 90's anime spends most of the season hyping her up as the BigBad, only for it to be revealed in the last few episodes that she is actually TheDragon to Pharaoh 90, who almost kills her as he makes his arrival on Earth.

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* RedBaron: In the 90's 90s anime, she is also known as the Messiah of Silence.
* RedHerring: The 90's 90s anime spends most of the season hyping her up as the BigBad, only for it to be revealed in the last few episodes that she is actually TheDragon to Pharaoh 90, who almost kills her as he makes his arrival on Earth.



* AdaptationalHeroism: 90's anime. To start with he is a Type II AntiVillain whose motivation for working for the Death Buster was out of a desparation for finding a method to heal Hotaru's impaired condition. Second, he is a BenevolentBoss; see that entry for more information. Finally, he is a GoodParents who cares about Hotaru, even when evil. It really seem like the only reason he became evil is because [[spoiler:of his DemonicPossession.]] Out of all the bad guys in charge of a sub-group of minions, Tomoe is arguably the nicest one. He's seen engaging in small talk with the Witches 5, and simply admits that he's very disappointed whenever one repeatedly fails instead of threatening to have them punished or killed. He even played Twister with them and gave Mimete a pep talk when she was depressed! In the manga, however, he's an non-possessed MadScientist trying to wipe out humanity who used his own daughter for his experiments in his own selfish motives.

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* AdaptationalHeroism: 90's 90s anime. To start with he is a Type II AntiVillain whose motivation for working for the Death Buster was out of a desparation for finding a method to heal Hotaru's impaired condition. Second, he is a BenevolentBoss; see that entry for more information. Finally, he is a GoodParents who cares about Hotaru, even when evil. It really seem like the only reason he became evil is because [[spoiler:of his DemonicPossession.]] Out of all the bad guys in charge of a sub-group of minions, Tomoe is arguably the nicest one. He's seen engaging in small talk with the Witches 5, and simply admits that he's very disappointed whenever one repeatedly fails instead of threatening to have them punished or killed. He even played Twister with them and gave Mimete a pep talk when she was depressed! In the manga, however, he's an non-possessed MadScientist trying to wipe out humanity who used his own daughter for his experiments in his own selfish motives.



* [[HoistByHisOwnPetard Hoist By Her Own Petard]]: Just before she's about to finish off the Sailor Guardians, [[spoiler: Sailor Uranus deflects her attack right back at her and seals her in glass, which leads to her first death.]]

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* [[HoistByHisOwnPetard Hoist By Her Own Petard]]: HoistByHisOwnPetard: Just before she's about to finish off the Sailor Guardians, [[spoiler: Sailor Uranus deflects her attack right back at her and seals her in glass, which leads to her first death.]]



* LoveMakesYouEvil: She's in love with Professor Tomoe in the 90's anime. Hinted in the manga as well.
* [[NoRespectGuy No Respect Gal]]: In both the manga and the 90's anime, though ironically it's reversed. In the manga she is the leader of the Witches 5 and they all respect her, but Professor Tomoe is very condescending and passive-aggressive towards her. In the anime, Professor Tomoe treats her very well, while the Witches 5, who answer to Tomoe, seem to resent her and treat her with open disdain, ''especially'' Viluy and Cyprine. And in both continuities, she's on the receiving end of this from Mistress 9.

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* LoveMakesYouEvil: She's in love with Professor Tomoe in the 90's 90s anime. Hinted in the manga as well.
* [[NoRespectGuy No Respect Gal]]: NoRespectGuy: In both the manga and the 90's 90s anime, though ironically it's reversed. In the manga she is the leader of the Witches 5 and they all respect her, but Professor Tomoe is very condescending and passive-aggressive towards her. In the anime, Professor Tomoe treats her very well, while the Witches 5, who answer to Tomoe, seem to resent her and treat her with open disdain, ''especially'' Viluy and Cyprine. And in both continuities, she's on the receiving end of this from Mistress 9.



* PrehensileHair: Before [[spoiler: her first death]], Kaolinite used her hair to attack quite frequently in the 90's anime.

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* PrehensileHair: Before [[spoiler: her first death]], Kaolinite used her hair to attack quite frequently in the 90's 90s anime.



* TheStarscream: In the manga and ''Crystal'', she wants to replace Mistress 9 as Pharaoh 90's "partner", something that Mistress 9 is aware of and finds amusing. Also implied in the 90's anime, as this is likely the reason why she was so abusive towards Hotaru, although in this case it's mostly so that she can have Professor Tomoe's undivided attention.

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* TheStarscream: In the manga and ''Crystal'', she wants to replace Mistress 9 as Pharaoh 90's 90s "partner", something that Mistress 9 is aware of and finds amusing. Also implied in the 90's 90s anime, as this is likely the reason why she was so abusive towards Hotaru, although in this case it's mostly so that she can have Professor Tomoe's undivided attention.



* TooDumbToLive: Seriously, ''how'' could she believe [[spoiler: Mistress 9 wasn't going to be pissed at her for constantly mistreating her host body the way she did]] in the 90's anime?

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* TooDumbToLive: Seriously, ''how'' could she believe [[spoiler: Mistress 9 wasn't going to be pissed at her for constantly mistreating her host body the way she did]] in the 90's 90s anime?



* UnexplainedRecovery: [[spoiler: In the 90's anime we're never told how she comes back to life.]]

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* UnexplainedRecovery: [[spoiler: In the 90's 90s anime we're never told how she comes back to life.]]



* AdaptationalVillainy: In the 90's anime they were incredibly selfish individualists, who frequently backstabbed each other in order to gain Professor Tomoe's favor. Even when they weren't vying to suck up to Tomoe, they were not above betraying each other for petty gains.

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* AdaptationalVillainy: In the 90's 90s anime they were incredibly selfish individualists, who frequently backstabbed each other in order to gain Professor Tomoe's favor. Even when they weren't vying to suck up to Tomoe, they were not above betraying each other for petty gains.



* [[DroppedABridgeOnHim Dropped A Bridge On Her]]: The last three of the Witches 5 in the anime (Tellu, Viluy, and Cyprine) all get unceremoniously killed off within one episode after a brief confrontation with the Sailor Guardans.

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* [[DroppedABridgeOnHim Dropped A Bridge On Her]]: DroppedABridgeOnHim: The last three of the Witches 5 in the anime (Tellu, Viluy, and Cyprine) all get unceremoniously killed off within one episode after a brief confrontation with the Sailor Guardans.



* VillainsOutShopping: In one episode of the 90's anime, they play Twister. Prof. Tomoe also joins them.

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* VillainsOutShopping: In one episode of the 90's 90s anime, they play Twister. Prof. Tomoe also joins them.



* BadassNormal: In the 90's anime, she is the first villain to not use any magic and doesn't even appear to have any powers, which is likely the reason why she initially requires Daimons as bodyguards. But once she starts using her various handmade weapons, she is not only able to outsmart each Sailor Guardian in a fight, but turns out to be ''stronger'' than Sailor Moon before she transforms into Super Sailor Moon.

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* BadassNormal: In the 90's 90s anime, she is the first villain to not use any magic and doesn't even appear to have any powers, which is likely the reason why she initially requires Daimons as bodyguards. But once she starts using her various handmade weapons, she is not only able to outsmart each Sailor Guardian in a fight, but turns out to be ''stronger'' than Sailor Moon before she transforms into Super Sailor Moon.



* DrivesLikeCrazy: Her extremely reckless driving becomes a running gag in the 90's anime.

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* DrivesLikeCrazy: Her extremely reckless driving becomes a running gag in the 90's 90s anime.



* [[NoRespectGuy No Respect Gal]]: Gets no respect from the other Witches 5 in the 90's anime, despite being their superior and the one who taught them their ways.

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* [[NoRespectGuy No Respect Gal]]: NoRespectGuy: Gets no respect from the other Witches 5 in the 90's 90s anime, despite being their superior and the one who taught them their ways.



* ClippedWingAngel: In her last stand against the Sailor Guardians in the 90's, Mimete uses one of Eudial's inventions to transport herself into a theater screen, amplifying her powers tenfold. Just as it looks like an epic battle is about to begin, [[spoiler: Tellu appears from the shadows and literally pulls the plug on Mimete before she even gets to attack.]]

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* ClippedWingAngel: In her last stand against the Sailor Guardians in the 90's, 90s, Mimete uses one of Eudial's inventions to transport herself into a theater screen, amplifying her powers tenfold. Just as it looks like an epic battle is about to begin, [[spoiler: Tellu appears from the shadows and literally pulls the plug on Mimete before she even gets to attack.]]



* [[HoistByHisOwnPetard Hoist By Her Own Petard]]: In the anime, [[spoiler: she ends up trapped in the very machine she was about to use to lay the smackdown on the Sailor Guardians]].

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* [[HoistByHisOwnPetard Hoist By Her Own Petard]]: HoistByHisOwnPetard: In the anime, [[spoiler: she ends up trapped in the very machine she was about to use to lay the smackdown on the Sailor Guardians]].



* [[PsychopathicManChild Psychopathic Womanchild]]: With emphasis on the "child".

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* [[PsychopathicManChild Psychopathic Womanchild]]: PsychopathicManChild: With emphasis on the "child".



* WomanScorned: One actor she targeted in the 90's animecaught her ire because his soap opera character broke up with someone on the show. Mimete got so angry she threw the TV at the wall and decided to steal his heart as revenge for "breaking her's."

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* WomanScorned: One actor she targeted in the 90's animecaught 90s anime caught her ire because his soap opera character broke up with someone on the show. Mimete got so angry she threw the TV at the wall and decided to steal his heart as revenge for "breaking her's.hers."



* [[HoistByHisOwnPetard Hoist By Her Own Petard]]: In the anime, [[spoiler: she ends up being killed by her own monster plant.]]

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* [[HoistByHisOwnPetard Hoist By Her Own Petard]]: HoistByHisOwnPetard: In the anime, [[spoiler: she ends up being killed by her own monster plant.]]



* [[HalfTheManHeUsedToBe Half The Woman She Used to Be]]: In the manga, [[spoiler: Sailor Uranus's attack actually ''cuts her in half''. This isn't shown in ''Crystal'', for obvious reasons.]]
* [[HoistByHisOwnPetard Hoist By Her Own Petard]]: In the anime. Just like Tellu, [[spoiler: her own creation kills her after Sailor Moon's attack causes it to malfunction.]]

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* [[HalfTheManHeUsedToBe Half The Woman She Used to Be]]: HalfTheManHeUsedToBe: In the manga, [[spoiler: Sailor Uranus's attack actually ''cuts her in half''. This isn't shown in ''Crystal'', for obvious reasons.]]
* [[HoistByHisOwnPetard Hoist By Her Own Petard]]: HoistByHisOwnPetard: In the anime. Just like Tellu, [[spoiler: her own creation kills her after Sailor Moon's attack causes it to malfunction.]]



* [[HoistByHisOwnPetard Hoist By Their Own Petard]]: [[spoiler: The Inner Guardians exploit their ability to absorb attacks and then trick them into blasting each other.]]

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* [[HoistByHisOwnPetard Hoist By Their Own Petard]]: HoistByHisOwnPetard: [[spoiler: The Inner Guardians exploit their ability to absorb attacks and then trick them into blasting each other.]]



* [[PsychopathicManChild Psychopathic Womanchild]]: All her motivations (fear of aging, revenge on Helios for not being able to have him, murderous jealousy of Sailor Moon for having what she doesn't have) stem from her stunted maturity.

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* [[PsychopathicManChild Psychopathic Womanchild]]: PsychopathicManChild: All her motivations (fear of aging, revenge on Helios for not being able to have him, murderous jealousy of Sailor Moon for having what she doesn't have) stem from her stunted maturity.



* HeelFaceTurn: In both the manga and the 90's anime. [[spoiler: In the manga it happens when Usagi convinces her that what she really wanted was to be loved and showed her that she needed love, purity, and compassion to be a Sailor Solider instead of pure power, and in the anime it happens when Usagi convinces her that she still has good in her after expelling Chaos from her body.]]

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* HeelFaceTurn: In both the manga and the 90's 90s anime. [[spoiler: In the manga it happens when Usagi convinces her that what she really wanted was to be loved and showed her that she needed love, purity, and compassion to be a Sailor Solider instead of pure power, and in the anime it happens when Usagi convinces her that she still has good in her after expelling Chaos from her body.]]



* [[HoistByHisOwnPetard Hoist By Her Own Petard]]: In the anime, though she had "assistance" from Tin Nyako.

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* [[HoistByHisOwnPetard Hoist By Her Own Petard]]: HoistByHisOwnPetard: In the anime, though she had "assistance" from Tin Nyako.Nyanko.



* [[LastOfHisKind Last Of Their Kind]]: Or so they believe.

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* [[LastOfHisKind Last Of Their Kind]]: Or so LastOfHisKind: As far as they believe.know, they are the last of their species. However, Fiore of the R movie has a very similar appearance, suggesting that he is another of their kind.



* [[spoiler:HeelFaceTurn]]: Played straight, towards the end
* JadeColoredGlasses: Marduk.

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* [[spoiler:HeelFaceTurn]]: HeelFaceTurn: Played straight, towards the end
* %%* JadeColoredGlasses: Marduk.%%
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%%* DrivesLikeCrazy: Her extremely reckless driving becomes a running gag in the 90's anime.

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%%* * DrivesLikeCrazy: Her extremely reckless driving becomes a running gag in the 90's anime.
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