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Troper/GunarmDyne's ''[[http://avalanche-hq.com/animefics/smg.html Sailor Moon G: The Planetary Guardians]]'' began as a pet project in his high school days to reinterpret portions of the the '90's anime version of ''Franchise/SailorMoon'' while including several manga elements as well. It's meant to bridge the gap between the R and S series.

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Troper/GunarmDyne's Tropers/GunarmDyne's ''[[http://avalanche-hq.com/animefics/smg.html Sailor Moon G: The Planetary Guardians]]'' began as a pet project in his high school days to reinterpret portions of the the '90's anime version of ''Franchise/SailorMoon'' while including several manga elements as well. It's meant to bridge the gap between the R and S series.

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* MsFanservice: InUniverse, Minako becomes perfectly willing to take risque photos of herself to give to Kariudo after she remembers him[[note]]he never actually gets them though as she was caught in the act[[/note]].


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* ThatCameOutWrong: Kariudo's first couple of encounters with Minako don't go well because, as Guardian Venus, he picks up on the naughty thoughts she has about him and subconsciously blurts them out.

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** Several skills are like this too: As Sailor Venus can utilize her Crescent Beam to sweep out a large area (as seen in the ''R'' movie), Guardian Venus's similar ability sacrifices such flexibility (making it more accurate, but easier to dodge) for more power.

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** Usagi's panicked scream traversing the depths of space and dying down around Saturn in Part 5 is one to ''WesternAnimation/DarkwingDuck'' when he did the same after he ended up with extra arms in one episode.

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This page is for the original stories only. A separate one will be made for the ContinuityReboot.


* LaserGuidedAmnesia: Guardian Mercury was sent to earth without his memories just in case he would not need to be "recalled." He did retain the muscle memory of how to fight though.

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* LaserGuidedAmnesia: Guardian Mercury was sent to earth without his memories of his identity and past just in case he would not need to be "recalled." He did retain the muscle memory of how to fight though.and subconsciously recalled topics he'd studied in the past, making it easy for him to score well on most exams.



* NoNameGiven: Guardian Mercury doesn't remember his real name. The Japanese-sounding "Ohara Debe" is his alias. In the rewrite, his birth name is lost, is given a new name when he's adopted, and has a new alias implanted into his memories before being sent to earth to help him quickly adapt to and blend in with modern society.

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* NoNameGiven: Guardian Mercury doesn't remember his real name. The Japanese-sounding "Ohara Debe" is his alias. alias.
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In the rewrite, his birth name is lost, is given a new name when he's adopted, and has a new alias implanted into his memories before being sent to earth to help him quickly adapt to and blend in with modern society.

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* BrickJoke: The author's notes in Part 1 explain that one of Guardian Mercury's powers would be used for a practical joke later on. It's finally made manifest in Part 5.


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* OutGambitted: Usagi and Minako are a bit miffed at the guys for wanting to break away from their group so they can do their own Christmas shopping, so Minako makes them promise to wait "at that spot" when they're done. Minako then makes sure she, Usagi, and Ami take a ''very'' long time so as to keep the guys waiting for several extra hours. When they do finally return to the meeting spot, it's dark and snowing, so the three girls find only snow-covered lumps with life-size ice statues of Mamoru, Debe, and Karuido[[note]]courtesy of Guardian Mercury's ability to draw moisture from the air and create objects out of ice[[/note]] underneath, causing Usagi and Minako to panic, thinking they were all frozen alive while waiting. The trope happens again immediately after as Ami deduces that it was an elaborate prank and cuts off the guys before they can escape their vantage point.


* BaitAndSwitch: Part 5 begins with Kariudo entering a degree of SanitySlippage that ends with a full on HeroicBSOD, only to reveal he didn't want to get dragged along on a shopping trip.

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* BaitAndSwitch: BaitAndSwitch:
** Part 2 begins with Ami being cornered and running out of options, but seeing a way out and turning things around... to win a chess game.
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Part 5 begins with Kariudo entering a degree of SanitySlippage that ends with a full on HeroicBSOD, only to reveal he didn't want to get dragged along on a shopping trip.


* LiteralMinded: After being the bearer of bad news to Ami in Part 2, Debe is on the receiving end of her emotional outburst. When she tells him to GetOut, he does and avoids contact with her until she can cool down.

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* LiteralMinded: After being the bearer of bad news to Ami in Part 2, Debe is on the receiving end of her emotional outburst. When she tells him him, "I never want to GetOut, see you again!" he does and avoids contact with her until she can cool down.gets ready to leave for good.


* BrilliantButLazy: Played with. Guardian Mercury is more dedicated to his training and mission than his studies, but still gets high scores because he's good at naturally remembering information. He respects Ami for her dedication to her own studies and admits she deserves to score better than him at tests due to earning them through hard work.

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* BrilliantButLazy: Played with. Guardian Mercury is more dedicated to his training and mission than his studies, but still gets high scores because he's good at naturally remembering information. He respects Ami for her dedication to her own studies and admits she deserves to score better than him at tests due to earning them through hard work. [[spoiler:Many of the subjects are things he simply remembers from studying them beforehand, with the exception (and his weakest subject) being history, as much of it took place while he was in suspension.]]



* NoNameGiven: Guardian Mercury doesn't remember his real name. The Japanese-sounding "Ohara Debe" is his alias.

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* NoNameGiven: Guardian Mercury doesn't remember his real name. The Japanese-sounding "Ohara Debe" is his alias. In the rewrite, his birth name is lost, is given a new name when he's adopted, and has a new alias implanted into his memories before being sent to earth to help him quickly adapt to and blend in with modern society.


* AntiVillain:
** Blade. [[spoiler:The entire plot is his BatmanGambit to restore his son's memories and reunite him with Princess Mercury, grant his friend's wish, and defeat the GreaterScopeVillain.]]
** Amethyst. He isn't interested in conquering Earth. He just wants to go home but needs a strong enough power source to open a portal back and a means to allow his followers to survive the atmospheric conditions.



* CallForward: To numerous events that take place further in the timeline in both the anime and manga.
** Makoto seeing an airline commercial on TV and revealing her fear of planes.
** Ami's allergic reaction to love letters.
** One-shot characters who know the main characters and are targeted in the S series are mentioned.



* InstantExpert: Guardian Mercury appears to be this for several tasks, but it's due to a combination of the memories/knowledge implanted in him and the retained muscled memory from his original training.



* LineOfSightName: Guardian Mercury adopted his last name from a Japanese movie poster.

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* LineOfSightName: Guardian Mercury adopted his last name from a Japanese movie poster. Changed in the rewrite as his alias is implanted into his memories before he's sent to earth.



* LukeIAmYourFather: The main villain of Part 1 is revealed as Guardian Mercury's long-lost father who was believed to have died when Guardian Mercury was a baby.



* NamesTheSame: InUniverse, everyone except Serenity and Endymion have the same names in their current lives as they did in the past.

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* NamesTheSame: InUniverse, everyone except Serenity and Endymion have the same names in their current lives as they did in the past. In the rewrite, all of the character's past selves are given Greek names.


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* SmartPeoplePlayChess: By mid-series, Ami and Debe have a friendly chess rivalry going on. She relies on logic while he relies on intuition, making them evenly matched.


During the era of Silver Millennium, four princesses trained and prepared for their task to act as protectors and advisers to the growing Princess Serenity. Back on their home planets, young warriors trained and prepared for their task to guard and protect the their princess's home planets and to act as their personal bodyguards when they could be together. These warriors, named the Planetary Guardians

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During the era of Silver Millennium, four princesses trained and prepared for their task to act as protectors and advisers to the growing Princess Serenity. Back on their home planets, young warriors trained and prepared for their task to guard and protect the their princess's home planets and to act as their personal bodyguards when they could be together. These warriors, named the Planetary Guardians
Guardians were each invited to the Moon and were present during the invasion by the Dark Kingdom, pulling them into the battle that left the Silver Millennium in ruins and its inhabitants sent to earth to be reborn.

1,000 years later...



* BashBrothers: Much like the Sailor Senshi, the Guardians' weapons and skills are designed to allow them to fight together as a team while covering each other's weaknesses. This also applies to each of their respective Senshi when the two of them fight together.



* ChekhovsGun: Guardian Mercury not having aged for years, keeping him at the appearance of a 15-year old for the first half of the series.

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* ChekhovsGun: Guardian Mercury not having aged for years, keeping him at the appearance of a 15-year old for the first half of the series. [[spoiler:It makes him a living time distortion and begins to affect everything around him, turning the brief period between the R and S series into several months.]]


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* DebtDetester: Andesite. Depite his life having been saved by Amethyst and owing him a life debt per his tribe's customs, he resents him for not allowing him to wantonly slaughter his enemies.


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* NamesTheSame: InUniverse, everyone except Serenity and Endymion have the same names in their current lives as they did in the past.


Troper/GunarmDyne's ''Sailor Moon G: The Planetary Guardians'' began as a pet project in his high school days to reinterpret portions of the the '90's anime version of ''Franchise/SailorMoon'' while including several manga elements as well. It's meant to bridge the gap between the R and S series.

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Troper/GunarmDyne's ''Sailor ''[[http://avalanche-hq.com/animefics/smg.html Sailor Moon G: The Planetary Guardians'' Guardians]]'' began as a pet project in his high school days to reinterpret portions of the the '90's anime version of ''Franchise/SailorMoon'' while including several manga elements as well. It's meant to bridge the gap between the R and S series.

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* OhCrap: All three of Mamoru, Kariudo, and Debe when they see Usagi and Minako headed their way after the three had just pranked them and Ami. Immediately followed by another one when they find Ami had cut off their escape path.


* BaitAndSwitch:
** Part 5 begins with Kariudo entering a degree of SanitySlippage that ends with a full on HeroicBSOD, only to reveal he didn't want to get dragged along on a shopping trip.

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* BaitAndSwitch:
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BaitAndSwitch: Part 5 begins with Kariudo entering a degree of SanitySlippage that ends with a full on HeroicBSOD, only to reveal he didn't want to get dragged along on a shopping trip.



* RealLifeWritesThePlot: Rather, real life got too busy for the author to finish the original series. A rewrite is in the works.

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* RealLifeWritesThePlot: Rather, real life got too busy for the author to finish the original series. A rewrite is in the works.planned.

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