History Fridge / SailorMoon

22nd Nov '17 12:56:32 PM EDP
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* In the manga, it might seem a little unoriginal that every villain seems to have some interest in the Silver Crystal...until the last arc of the manga [[spoiler: where it's revealed that all the previous villains are incarnations of the final villain, Chaos. This would explain why they shared a common interest in the Silver Crystal]].

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\n[[AC:Fridge Logic]]\n* Both manga and anime establish [[{{Tomboy}} Minako]] as being the best of the Inner Senshi when it comes to cut and dress hair. [[RapunzelHair Her hair is very long]] and her mother isn't the kind of person willing to help taking care of it, so she had to learn how to do it herself. As for the others, Ami has very short hair that doesn't need much care, Makoto doesn't have that much hair and keeps a simple hairstyle, Rei is rich and can just go to the hairdresser whenever she wants, and Usagi can count on her mother's help.
* In the manga, it might seem a little unoriginal that every villain seems to have some interest in the Silver Crystal...until the last arc of the manga [[spoiler: where [[spoiler:where it's revealed that all the previous villains are incarnations of the final villain, Chaos. This would explain why they shared a common interest in the Silver Crystal]].
15th Oct '17 9:27:47 AM EDP
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* In episode 4, Usagi tries desperately to lose weight but ends up heavier than before. She didn't get fatter, Luna took a leaf from Artemis' book and tricked her into putting up ''muscles'' (Artemis did a similar thing to Minako in ''Manga/CodenameSailorV''. They were even dealing with similar evil plans...).
14th Oct '17 10:59:33 AM EDP
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* In the anime Sailor Venus relies almost exclusively on the Crescent Beam, her first attack, until she upgrades to the Venus Love and Beauty Shock late in Super S, while the others all used the second one almost exclusively after getting it. Sailor Venus' second attack, the Venus Love Me Chain, has limited offensive potential, and she had a lot of time to master her Crescent Beam even before meeting the others, why should she abandon it before getting the Love and Beauty Shock?
8th Oct '17 12:01:47 PM Dinru
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** Perhaps this explains why Chibi-Usa doesn't arrive until she does. In the original timeline for the first arc, her parents die (and the world ends) long before she's able to exist. In the anime, she doesn't arrive until Sailor Moon has proven herself against Ail and Ann. In the manga, she arrives more or less right when the senshi awaken again. No wonder Pluto isn't allowed to leave the Time Gate...
20th Sep '17 7:50:45 AM EDP
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** Having grown up abroad also explains Minako's picture-perfect Savate kicks: while finding a Savate gym in Japan may be rather hard, they're relatively easy to find all around Europe, all it would take would be her deciding to practice martial arts and her parents taking advantage of her propensity to run.

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** Having grown up abroad also explains Minako's picture-perfect Savate kicks: while finding a Savate gym in Japan may be rather hard, they're relatively easy to find all around Europe, all it would take would be her deciding to practice martial arts and her parents taking advantage of her propensity preferring to run.
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20th Sep '17 7:49:58 AM EDP
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** Having grown up abroad also explains Minako's picture-perfect Savate kicks: while finding a Savate gym in Japan may be rather hard, they're relatively easy to find all around Europe, all it would take would be her deciding to practice martial arts and her parents taking advantage of her propensity to run.
20th Sep '17 7:44:13 AM EDP
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* In the anime, Minako's origin episode explains she already knew Alan from before Sailor V's London period. She actually spent large parts of her childhood abroad, likely in London, due her father's job for a trading company-and all of sudden, her prowess in English in spite of being in London for about half a year makes sense.
** The manga also hints at this (more subtly, most notably in ''Manga/CodenameSailorV'' when she was to go on a vacation abroad and knew perfectly both how to use the airport and her parents' habit of buying things in the airport shops because they spend less there). This explains both her {{Malapropism}} (present in the manga too, just not to the extent of the anime), poor social skills (for Japan), eventual isolation at school, and even poor grades in English: she spent so much of her childhood outside Japan she doesn't have a good hold of the finer nuances of the Japanese language and picked up manners more suitable to Western countries, living in the period where repatriated children are only starting to be valued for their language skills many see her as a bother and drop her once she starts giving up her sportive interests in favor of being a better Sailor Soldier (with Hikaru and Amano eventually falling to peer pressure), and Japanese repatriated children who grew up in English-speaking countries actually have trouble with the way English is taught in Japanese schools (it's based purely on rote memorization and has little space for actual language skills).
18th Jun '17 4:57:16 AM WildEyedBoy
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* Not sure if this was intentional, but in the anime, Sailor Jupiter's ice-skating prowess (said to be as good as Princess Serenity) is appropriate when you remember that [[TheMoonsOfJupiter Jupiter's moon Europa]] is entirely covered in ''ice''.
29th May '17 1:39:29 AM EDP
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* Sailor Venus' transformations all involve streams of five-pointed stars. A symbol of Venus, dating back to Roman times, is a five-pointed star.

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* Sailor Venus' transformations all involve streams of five-pointed stars. A symbol of Venus, dating back to Roman times, the VI century BC, is a five-pointed star.
29th May '17 1:28:10 AM EDP
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* In one infamous occasion, Minako tried to get Yaten to go watch a ''porn movie'' with her. She knows first hand [[ObliviousToLove how much people can be dense when it comes to love]], and was trying to drop a hint that ''nobody'' could miss (and going overboard as usual]].

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* In one infamous occasion, Minako tried to get Yaten to go watch a ''porn movie'' with her. She knows first hand [[ObliviousToLove how much people can be dense when it comes to love]], and was trying to drop a hint that ''nobody'' could miss (and going overboard as usual]].usual).




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* Sailor Venus' transformations all involve streams of five-pointed stars. A symbol of Venus, dating back to Roman times, is a five-pointed star.
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