This page covers characters introduced in the Sailor Moon musicals.
Note: All Japanese names are written as (last name, first name).
A youma disguised as Haruna-sensei.
A high school student who used to go to Minako's school. Minako has a crush on him. Actually Kunzite in disguise.
- Mythology Gag: In the Sailor V manga, there was a gang leader named Saitou-kun that Minako crushed on. Unlike this version, while he looked suspiciously similar to Kunzite, they weren't related.
High School Students A, B, and C
Saitou's friends from his school gymnastics team. Actually Jadeite, Zoisite, and Nephrite, respectively.
- Everyone Calls Him "Barkeep": To the point that they refer to themselves by those names. That is, before they trap the Inner Senshi.
Death Mannetjes (Death Ra, Death Ri, Death Ru, Debu Re)
- Alphabetical Theme Naming: "Ra", "ri", "ru", and "re" are Japanese syllables in alphabetical order. Debu Re breaks the "death" motif; debu (not too far off from the approximation desu for "death") is a slang term meaning "fat".
- Four Is Death
- Spot the Imposter: They turn "Tuxedo Mission" into one of these by impersonating Tuxedo Mask.
- Quirky Mini Boss Squad
- Exactly What It Says on the Tin: Usagi (rabbit) + Saru (monkey) = Usagizaru (rabbit-monkey)
Animamates (Sailor Pewter Fox, Sailor Titanium Kerokko, Sailor Buttress)
- The Leader: Sailor Pewter Fox, according to the pamphlet.
- Number Two: Sailor Buttress is described as Galaxia's aide.
Shadows (Shadow Mantis, Shadow Bee, Shadow Bug)
- Adapted Out: Replaced by Sailors Theta, Chi, and Phi in the Kaiteiban.
Galactica Army (Sailor Theta, Sailor Chi, Sailor Phi)
- Demoted to Extra: In the manga, Sailors Phi and Chi were in charge of watching over all the Sailor Crystals that Shadow Galactica had gathered and stored in their gardens, and were titled the Star Gardeners. In addtion they seemed to be tied in rank directly under Galaxia, as they're seen delivering progress reports to her. They're also shown to to be quite strong and have a body count of six other senshi between them. In the musicals, none of this is true as they're generic foot troops there to provide mooks for the heros to fight during songs and provide backup vocals during villian songs.
- Suspiciously Similar Substitute: For the Shadows.
Sailor Mitis Kerokko
- Really 5,000 Years Old: Most of the characters below are at least 5,000 years old when the story begins.
The Artuka Empire
- All Love Is Unrequited: Loof develops a crush on Space Knight/King Endymion.
- Chekhov's Gun: A literal one - her sword/gun/key.
- Important Haircut: Loof cuts off her ponytail just before she sacrifices herself.
- Killed Off for Real: In the original. Subverted at the end of the Kaiteiban, where she is revived in full princess regalia.
- Last Of Her Kind: The last surviving member of the Artuka Empire and its last princess.
- Pimped-Out Dress: Gets to wear one when she is brought back at the end of the Kaiteiban.
- Pirate Girl
- Really Royalty Reveal
- Spell My Name with an "S": Is it Loof Merrow or Roof Mellow? The world may never know.
- The Smurfette Principle: Loof is the only female pirate. Subverted in Shin Kaguya Shima Densetsu, which adds Selkie to her crew.
Cern, Serpen, and Kraken
- A Pirate 400 Years Too Late
- Ninja Pirate Robot Zombie: Almost literally. Cern, Serpen, and Kraken are pirates, Ridiculously Human Robots, and around 5,000 years old, but they aren't ninjas (in fact, they're pretty bad at stealth).
- Theme Naming: They are named after sea creatures (the Cierin-Croin, a sea serpent, and the Kraken, respectively).
Personifications of the Comet Coatl
- The Smurfette Principle: Inverted. Dark Plasman is the only male character among this group of antagonists.
- Villain Song: "Suisei Coatl no Hibou (Wicked Ambition of the Comet Coatl)", "Star Glory"
- Big Bad
- Evil Sounds Deep: Dark Plasman has some of the lowest singing parts in the entirety of Sera Myu.
- "I Am" Song / "I Want" Song: "Suisei Coatl no Hibou"
- MacGuffin Girl: Dark Menorah's body contains the fourth and final crystal shard.
- The Dragon
- The Voiceless
Leah Ruby, Bilhah Emerald, and Zilpah Sapphire
- Alto Villainess
- Chromatic Arrangement: A classic red-green-blue trio.
- Even Evil Has Loved Ones: All three left behind children 5,000 years ago.
- HeelFace Turn: All three turn against Dark Plasman when he kills their children.
- Lady in Red: Leah, naturally.
- Law of Chromatic Superiority: Leah is clearly the leader of the trio and gets a song to herself.
- Meaningful Name: In the Book of Genesis, Bilhah and Zilpah were Leah's handmaidens. Leah is considered one of the Jewish matriarchs.
- Canon Character All Along: He's actually King Endymion, who time traveled in disguise to keep an eye on Chibi-Usa.
- Casting Gag: Yuuta played Tuxedo Mask in almost all of the First Stage musicals and King Endymion in Shin Densetsu Kourin.
- Catchphrase: He uses the phrase "I Do Justice" to answer questions in the Kaiteiban.
- Image Song: "I Do Justice"
Mick, Cook, and Hook
- Adapted Out: Cook in Shin Kaguya.
- Cute Kittens
- Luke, I Am Your Mother: Their mothers are Leah Ruby, Bilhah Emerald, and Zilpah Sapphire. In Shin Kaguya, Mick and Hook are both Menorah's daughters.
- Missing Mom
- Orphan's Plot Trinket: A ruby, a sapphire, and an emerald.
- Parental Abandonment
- Parental Substitute: Kon has been watching over them all their lives.
- Cain and Abel: He is the latter Trope Namer.
- Not Quite Dead: In Transylvania no Mori, it is revealed that he was banished to the underworld. He gets to come back in the Kaiteiban.
- Our Vampires Are Different: The stereotypical vampire weaknesses are ineffective. He very sportingly sits the Senshi down to debunk them. He's also able to drink the milk Usagi brought
- Would Hurt a Child: Has no qualms about trying to kill Levy in Death Vulcan.
- Canon Character All Along: Inverted. Professor Tomoe was Berserk all along.
- Screw This, I'm Outta Here!: Leaves after Dracul's death, since she knows that she can't stop Undead Berserk.
- Whatever Happened to the Mouse?: In Transylvania no Mori, Elizabeth Bathory briefly implies that she may still be alive (although she condemns her as a "traitor").
Death Mannetjes (Death Pa, Death Pi, Death Pu, Death Pe)
Death Nightmares I, II/Le Fay/Olam Tiphareth, III, IV
- Back from the Dead: II/Le Fay comes back in Death Vulcan as a full-fledged Nightmare going by her real name, Olam Tiphareth.
- Chekhov's Gunman: The Death Nightmares have a greater part to play in the Dracul Arc than their initial appearance would suggest.
- Our Vampires Are Different: Being bitten by a vampire brings them under the control of that vampire (in this case, Count Dracul).
- Parental Substitute: II/Le Fay's orders are to be one for Dracul's child. She continues to play this role in Transylvania no Mori, in keeping with Dracul's wishes.
- Walking Spoiler
Bloody Dracul Vampir
- Cain and Abel: Revealed later to be the Abel for (Dark) Cain.
- Dhampir: Her mother is human. This is a plot point.
- I Hate You, Vampire Dad: Literally. Because he "Let Vampir's mother die". Or rather he respected his human wife's wishes and didn't turn her, which led to her own father killing her for loving a vampire. While Vampir eventually forgives him, their relationship isn't exactly the greatest. That said even before patching things up, she's still after Sailor Moon for (Seemingly) killing him at the end of the previous musical. Family is still apparently important, even you hate their guts.
- Names to Run Away from Really Fast: That said, in normal speech she's referred to as just Vampir... Which probably isn't much better given she's a vampire.
- Roaring Rampage of Revenge
Sheba Shingetsu Astarte/Sailor Astarte/Death Vulcan/Dark Cain (Kaiteiban)
- Demonic Possession: And how.
- Missing Mom: Went missing on a trip to Eastern Europe. Sheba (as Sailor Astarte) says that her mother's disappearance broke her, and the implication is that it contributed to her developing multiple personalities.
- Killed Offscreen: Her fate is left ambiguous after Transylvania no Mori, but late in Death Vulcan, it is heavily implied that she did not survive.
- The Worf Effect: Sailor Astarte is hit by this in Act 2 as the presence of either the goddess Astarte or Dark Cain, it isn't made clear grows stronger.
Lilith of Darkness
Baron Gilles de Rais
- Paper-Thin Disguise: As an English teacher at Azabu Juuban High School.
- Paper-Thin Disguise: As a chemistry teacher at Azabu Juuban High School.
- Suspiciously Similar Substitute: Replaces Elizabeth Bathory in the Kaiteiban.
Demon Lilit and Demon Lilim
- The Speechless: They never speak or sing.
Werewolf Child Levy
- Last of His Kind
- Meaningful Name: "Levy" is derived from the Hebrew word for "joining", which is appropriate for her potential to be a bridge between races.
- Apocalypse How: His objective is a Class 6 (himself included).
- Big Bad: Of the entire Dracul Arc.
- Cain and Abel: He is, in fact, the former Trope Namer, the biblical Cain.
- Hoist by His Own Petard: His plan to steal the Ginzuishou backfires in a big way when Princess Serenity's Ginzuishou calls to it from across time, allowing the Inner Senshi and Sailor Moon to transform and foil his plans.
- He also gravely miscalculated Abel's involvement and power, which ultimately leads to his being sealed away.
- Would Hurt a Child: Spends a good portion of the show trying to kill Levy.
Magi Saint Germain
Death Nightmares (Roi Malkuth, Elyon Yesod, Olam Tiphareth
- Apocalypse How: Their true objective is a Class 6.
- Neutral Evil: The Nightmares have no real allegiance to anyone in particular, they just do what they feel is necessary to accomplish the above Apocalypse How and make humans suffer for their own benefit.
- Not Quite Dead: Olam's existence throughout the arc left the possibility open that the other Death Nightmares were not necessarily gone for good.
- The Man Behind the Man: They are responsible for the larger conflict and gave Death Vulcan power in order to purge the Earth of its "mistakes" by returning it to a "zero world".
- Villain Song: "Akuma no Ragnarok (Devil's Ragnarok)"
Aaron and Manna
- Children Of Two Worlds/Mixed Ancestry: One of their parents was from Nemesis, and the other was from Crystal Tokyo.
- Coordinated Clothes: Both wear red and purple outfits.
- "I Want" Song: "Niji-iro no Monochrome (Rainbow Monochrome)"
- Little Miss Con Artist: The twins befriend Chibi-Usa in order to lead her to Wiseman.
- The Woobie: Two mixed-race kids who are rejected by both of their parents' societies and just want to belong somewhere.
- Canon Character All Along: Albeit a very thinly veiled one. He's actually Prince Demand.
- Image Song: New Innocent Demand
Sensational Jaguar Mask/Dark Dogon
Black Sirius Scorpion/Dark Nibiru
- Actor Allusion: He and his minions sing "Dark Sirius Gundan", which is "Star Hunter" from Sailor Stars with different lyrics. Kasahara Ryuuji previously performed the original song as MC Fly.
White Crow Ado/Dark Maya
- The Danza/Actor Allusion: The character is named for the actress playing her.
- Foreshadowing: Endou Ado would go on to play Sailor Lead Crow in Starlights - Ryuusei Densetsu.
Devil Miki/Dark Sumer
- The Danza/Actor Allusion: Like White Crow Ado, Devil Miki is named for the actress playing her (and references her being cast exclusively in antagonist roles).
Dark Nibiru's Minions
The Hoshino Family (Hanako/Centi, Shintarou/Damask, Barako/Gallica, Seika/Moss, Kibou/Alba
Mysterious Theater Person
- Canon Character All Along: Is Queen Beryl's spirit in Starlights Ryuusei Densetsu, and a newly resurrected Beryl in Kakyuu-Ouhi Kourin.
The Jewel Managers (Hematite, Hiddenite, Kalunite)
- Suspiciously Similar Substitute: For Jadeite, Zoisite, and Nephrite.
- Composite Character: Of Leah Ruby, Bilhah Emerald, and Zilpah Sapphire from the original Kaguya Shima Densetsu. Her design is based on Leah Ruby's, though.