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The first change takes place during the third major story arc — act 30 of the manga and episode of the anime — when she obtains the Holy Grail and becomes Super Sailor Moon.

At first she is unable to take this form without the Grail, but she later gains this ability permanently.

This happens when Pegasus grants both her and Sailor Chibi Moon new transformation brooches — in arc 34 of the manga and in episode of the anime.

However, in this "Super" version, her white back bow is shorter than in the Holy Grail version. Sailor Moon receives her third and final form at the end of the fourth major story arc, as the combined power of the other Sailor Soldiers transforms her into Eternal Sailor Moon , whom Diana says is the closest in power to Neo-Queen Serenity.

The plot of Sailor Moon contains several examples of asynchrony, including appearances of Sailor Moon from different time periods. ChibiChibi is a young girl from the future who turns out to be a future form of Sailor Moon.

Like Chibiusa , she hypnotizes Usagi's family into believing that she is part of their family. However, Sailor Cosmos admits that she is a coward that ran away from her battles and could never match Eternal Sailor Moon's final show of courage and power.

Princess Serenity's guardians and closest friends were Sailor Mercury , Sailor Mars , Sailor Jupiter , and Sailor Venus , who were princesses of their own respective planets that sometimes lived on the Moon.

On one of her visits to Earth, she met and fell in love with Endymion , the crown prince of Earth. In the manga she then commits suicide out of grief, while in the anime Queen Metallia killed them both.

Serenity's mother, the Queen, was able to seal away the evil that had created the attack, but everyone involved was killed. Before her own death, the Queen used the Silver Crystal to give her daughter and others another chance at life, hoping that Serenity and Endymion would be able to find happiness together in their new lives.

In the live-action series, it is Princess Serenity herself who destroys the Moon Kingdom when Endymion was killed during the war. Serenity reincarnates as Usagi Tsukino in the 20th century.

Usagi occasionally takes the form of Princess Serenity during the series, often at climactic moments when more strength is needed than Sailor Moon can usually access.

Usagi discovers her identity as a princess in act 9 of the manga, episode 34 of the anime, and act 25 of the live-action series.

While Takeuchi draws Usagi with white, yellow, and even pink hair, Serenity almost always has white hair. In the anime, both characters are always blond.

In the live-action series, Serenity has black hair and brown eyes, just like Usagi, and she wears her hair straight down rather than in pigtails.

This makes her identity more ambiguous before the storyline reveals her to be Usagi. At climactic moments, Serenity sometimes gains a pair of functioning angelic wings.

She does this during the final battles of SuperS , after she jumps off a tower to save Chibiusa and the two of them collide with Pegasus while falling.

It also happens in Sailor Stars during the fight with the fully possessed Galaxia when she grabs the Sword of Sealing. It remains unclear if this power comes from her past life, if it belongs to Usagi herself, or if it came from Pegasus and the Sword of Sealing.

Princess Sailor Moon is a powerful combination of Sailor Moon and Princess Serenity that only exists in the live-action series.

She is introduced when Usagi is possessed by the spirit of her former self. She originally appears after Queen Beryl takes the shitennou hostage in exchange for Mamoru.

Princess Sailor Moon is not the same person as Usagi and they have completely different personalities. Princess Sailor Moon shows no remorse for the fate of the Four Kings of Heaven and she refers to Mamoru as "Endymion" rather than his civilian name.

She is always angry, and has no misgivings about causing death or destruction. In one act, Usagi's friend Naru accidentally gets too close to Princess Sailor Moon and has to be hospitalized as a result.

It is also shown that Princess Serenity has full control of the upgrade. Though smiling in most promotional material for the series, Princess Sailor Moon does not smile in the series itself until the end, after reconciling with Usagi.

During a confrontation with her current self as Princess Sailor Moon, Serenity tells Usagi that she would have no qualms about destroying the earth if Endymion were taken from her again.

Usagi pleads with Serenity not to overuse her powers, but Serenity refuses. Afraid that she will eventually destroy the world, Usagi tires to suppress her powers.

Usagi's internal conflict forces her to undergo endurance training to keep her powers and Princess Serenity persona at bay. Usagi initially succeeds but avoiding negative thoughts.

However, when she is forced to kill a possessed Mamoru, Serenity overcomes Usagi's resistance and transforms into Princess Sailor Moon. Serenity even summons her own minions to fight the other Sailor Guardians to prevent them from stopping her.

Princess Sailor Moon successfully destroys the world once again, but Serenity eventually realizes the extent to which she is responsible for this and uses the Silver Crystal to undo the harm she has done.

Princess Sailor Moon has a sword that can deflect enemy attacks or unleash devastating projectiles. The sword also doubles as a harp with invisible strings that Princess Sailor Moon plays while mourning her lost prince.

The harp's main power is the ability to heal people and the land. Other than the healing powers, the exact effect of playing the harp is unclear, but it often causes her Silver Crystal to feed the power of Queen Metaria, accelerating the devastation of the planet.

As with other characters unique to the live-action series, Takeuchi designed Princess Sailor Moon's outfit.

Her sailor outfit is considerably more elaborate than Sailor Moon's, and included pearls on her gloves and lace on her skirt. During the second major story arc , it is revealed that Usagi, as Serenity, will eventually become the queen regnant of a new Silver Millennium called Crystal Tokyo, in the 30th century.

She is first seen in this future form in act 16 of the manga and episode 68 of the anime. Usagi learns that she will be given the title "Sovereign of Earth ", and Mamoru will become King Endymion alongside her.

It is stated in the anime that she becomes Neo-Queen Serenity after warding off a second Ice Age, though the specifics of this are never discussed.

This incarnation is shown to be more mature than the present day Usagi, though she is still childish in some ways.

For example, in episode , Chibiusa gives the Sailor Soldiers a letter from the future, in which the Queen asks them to train her, but the letter is simplistic and contains almost no kanji.

In episode , Diana says that the King and Queen would sometimes play sick to get out of things. Letters she sends through the Door of Space-Time to Chibiusa are sometimes signed with a drawing of herself and sometimes King Endymion instead of a name.

In the manga, Neo-Queen Serenity tells the present-day Sailor Soldiers that after she became queen, she lost her power as a Sailor Soldier.

In the second arc of the anime she does not transform into Sailor Moon even when the others do. However, she is seen showing great powers in a flashback when the King Endymion of the future describes the great feats of Neo-Queen Serenity during the time she brought about peace.

She wears an altered version of the dress she wore as a princess. The shoulder pieces are omitted and a large, wing-shaped bow replaces the smaller one of the princess outfit.

In the manga, Neo-Queen Serenity's dress is similar to her past form's outfit. She also wears a crown and new earrings.

The crescent moon is always visible on her forehead, just as it is with her princess form. Her face and facial expressions are drawn to look more mature than the 20th century Usagi, but her iconic hairstyle is retained.

This form is the one that Chibiusa considers as truly being her mother, while she sees the Usagi of the past as a sister figure. Usagi can transform into a "Sailor Soldier" by wearing a special device usually a brooch and shouting a special command that activates the device.

She gains a new basic transformation sequence for each of the five major story arcs. When facing off with Nehelenia for the final time, the brooch is permanently upgraded allowing her to become Eternal Sailor Moon directly.

Most of the anime adaptations' transformation sequences involve the use of shiny red or pink ribbons that fly out of her brooch and form her uniform.

Feathers and wings also figure prominently in some sequences, particularly the transformation into Eternal Sailor Moon. As the protagonist and leader, Usagi has the most special powers of any character in the series.

Her physical attacks, usually one-offs and not always successful, include the occasional use of her hair pins as projectile weapons. The first English-dubbed anime sometimes calls it the Imperium Silver Crystal as well as various other names.

The Crystal possesses tremendous power, capable of reviving an entire world from ruin. However, the strain of using such power often costs the user her life, as the power derives from the life force of the Moon dynasty.

The first time is in a flashback with Queen Serenity; the second time when Usagi defeats Queen Metaria at the end of season one; and finally in the R movie.

It is shown as the source of Queen Serenity's power during the age of Silver Millennium, with Usagi Tsukino and Chibiusa each going on to inherit the Crystal in some form.

However, it is also shown in the S movie that the power of all the Senshi working in unison allows Sailor Moon to use the Crystal's full strength without the result being fatal although she was still exhausted afterwards from using it.

Both the anime, manga and second anime series commonly portray the Silver Crystal as possibly the single most powerful artifact in the universe, able to focus the energy of its wielder to perform magnificent feats.

In the fifth series of the anime, the crystal also appears to double as the Star Seed of Sailor Moon, which was hinted at in the R movie, and the manga implies that it is her Sailor Crystal.

It takes on a multitude of shapes, including round, diamond, rose, heart, star, and lotus , and it turns pink while stored within the brooches of Sailor Moon and Sailor Chibi Moon.

Because Chibiusa comes from the future — having eventually inherited the Silver Crystal from Usagi — two versions of it exist in the series.

After the first and second story arcs, the owners of the crystals keep them in their respective transformation brooches and only remove them in times of urgent need.

The original anime features seven rainbow crystals that had the Seven Great Monsters the most powerful monsters in the Dark Kingdom sealed into them.

They were sealed within seven separate shards of the Silver Crystal using Queen Serenity's power. They were then carried to Earth where they were reincarnated centuries later, with no memories of their prior existences.

All seven rainbow crystals and, as in the manga, one of Usagi's tears are needed to recombine to form the Silver Crystal. In Takeuchi's first proposal for the Sailor Moon series, each of the five heroines had a completely unique outfit.

It was eventually decided that they would instead wear uniforms based on a single theme, whose design was closest to Sailor Moon's original costume concept.

Sailor Moon's original had some small differences, including color changes, an exposed midriff, and ribbons around the gloves and boots.

She also had a mask, which did appear in a few chapters of the manga before being discarded. Takeuchi based Usagi's signature hairstyle on a "good luck charm" she had during her studies as a university student.

Takeuchi would put her own hair up in odango before difficult classes or exams. Her editor, Fumio Osano, told her that silver hair would be too plain for cover art.

Of all the Sailor Soldiers, Usagi's personality is closest to Takeuchi's own personality at the time Sailor Moon was created.

Her name is structured as a pun , as the syllable "no" indicates a possessive , so her name can also be understood as "Rabbit of the Moon.

In the Japanese version of every Sailor Moon anime series and subsequent related media, Usagi has been voiced by Kotono Mitsuishi.

For this role, Mitsuishi used a higher voice than her natural one. During recording sessions of the early episodes, Mitsuishi had to mentally prepare herself to play Usagi.

In DIC Entertainment 's English dub of Sailor Moon produced in association with Optimum Productions , Sailor Moon was voiced by Tracey Moore for the first 14 episodes edited down to 11 after which Terri Hawkes took over as the voice for the remaining episodes of the DiC produced dub, as well as Pioneer's dub for the three films, though Moore would return to voice the character in two more episodes later on in the first season.

She wanted the character to "have a lot more fun and just be a goofy teenager. Until of course the world needed to be saved.

Stephanie Sheh provides the voice in Viz Media 's dub of the entire original Sailor Moon series produced in association with Studiopolis , [31] and also Sailor Moon Crystal.

A third, unknown person, was on stage in Serenity's costume while both Sailor Moon and Uranus were onstage.

Uncredited body doubles are common in the musicals to allow the character to appear to transform instantly.

Sheila Rose Browning describes Sailor Moon as "one of the most popular and well-known manga characters in Japan".

Silverman states that along with Itazura na Kiss and Marmalade Boy , Usagi gave rise to an "unintelligent heroine" character type, but feels that even in the first volume, Usagi's determination sets her apart.

Sailor Moon and Luna are grossed out. A social media challenge on Twitter called the sailormoonredraw gained popularity in May Saturn, and the Messiah" from the third season of the original Sailor Moon television series, Sailor Moon S , and redraw it in different styles or have another fictional character take her place.

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Like Chibiusa , she hypnotizes Usagi's family into believing that she is part of their family. However, Sailor Cosmos admits that she is a coward that ran away from her battles and could never match Eternal Sailor Moon's final show of courage and power.

Princess Serenity's guardians and closest friends were Sailor Mercury , Sailor Mars , Sailor Jupiter , and Sailor Venus , who were princesses of their own respective planets that sometimes lived on the Moon.

On one of her visits to Earth, she met and fell in love with Endymion , the crown prince of Earth. In the manga she then commits suicide out of grief, while in the anime Queen Metallia killed them both.

Serenity's mother, the Queen, was able to seal away the evil that had created the attack, but everyone involved was killed.

Before her own death, the Queen used the Silver Crystal to give her daughter and others another chance at life, hoping that Serenity and Endymion would be able to find happiness together in their new lives.

In the live-action series, it is Princess Serenity herself who destroys the Moon Kingdom when Endymion was killed during the war.

Serenity reincarnates as Usagi Tsukino in the 20th century. Usagi occasionally takes the form of Princess Serenity during the series, often at climactic moments when more strength is needed than Sailor Moon can usually access.

Usagi discovers her identity as a princess in act 9 of the manga, episode 34 of the anime, and act 25 of the live-action series. While Takeuchi draws Usagi with white, yellow, and even pink hair, Serenity almost always has white hair.

In the anime, both characters are always blond. In the live-action series, Serenity has black hair and brown eyes, just like Usagi, and she wears her hair straight down rather than in pigtails.

This makes her identity more ambiguous before the storyline reveals her to be Usagi. At climactic moments, Serenity sometimes gains a pair of functioning angelic wings.

She does this during the final battles of SuperS , after she jumps off a tower to save Chibiusa and the two of them collide with Pegasus while falling.

It also happens in Sailor Stars during the fight with the fully possessed Galaxia when she grabs the Sword of Sealing. It remains unclear if this power comes from her past life, if it belongs to Usagi herself, or if it came from Pegasus and the Sword of Sealing.

Princess Sailor Moon is a powerful combination of Sailor Moon and Princess Serenity that only exists in the live-action series.

She is introduced when Usagi is possessed by the spirit of her former self. She originally appears after Queen Beryl takes the shitennou hostage in exchange for Mamoru.

Princess Sailor Moon is not the same person as Usagi and they have completely different personalities. Princess Sailor Moon shows no remorse for the fate of the Four Kings of Heaven and she refers to Mamoru as "Endymion" rather than his civilian name.

She is always angry, and has no misgivings about causing death or destruction. In one act, Usagi's friend Naru accidentally gets too close to Princess Sailor Moon and has to be hospitalized as a result.

It is also shown that Princess Serenity has full control of the upgrade. Though smiling in most promotional material for the series, Princess Sailor Moon does not smile in the series itself until the end, after reconciling with Usagi.

During a confrontation with her current self as Princess Sailor Moon, Serenity tells Usagi that she would have no qualms about destroying the earth if Endymion were taken from her again.

Usagi pleads with Serenity not to overuse her powers, but Serenity refuses. Afraid that she will eventually destroy the world, Usagi tires to suppress her powers.

Usagi's internal conflict forces her to undergo endurance training to keep her powers and Princess Serenity persona at bay.

Usagi initially succeeds but avoiding negative thoughts. However, when she is forced to kill a possessed Mamoru, Serenity overcomes Usagi's resistance and transforms into Princess Sailor Moon.

Serenity even summons her own minions to fight the other Sailor Guardians to prevent them from stopping her. Princess Sailor Moon successfully destroys the world once again, but Serenity eventually realizes the extent to which she is responsible for this and uses the Silver Crystal to undo the harm she has done.

Princess Sailor Moon has a sword that can deflect enemy attacks or unleash devastating projectiles. The sword also doubles as a harp with invisible strings that Princess Sailor Moon plays while mourning her lost prince.

The harp's main power is the ability to heal people and the land. Other than the healing powers, the exact effect of playing the harp is unclear, but it often causes her Silver Crystal to feed the power of Queen Metaria, accelerating the devastation of the planet.

As with other characters unique to the live-action series, Takeuchi designed Princess Sailor Moon's outfit. Her sailor outfit is considerably more elaborate than Sailor Moon's, and included pearls on her gloves and lace on her skirt.

During the second major story arc , it is revealed that Usagi, as Serenity, will eventually become the queen regnant of a new Silver Millennium called Crystal Tokyo, in the 30th century.

She is first seen in this future form in act 16 of the manga and episode 68 of the anime. Usagi learns that she will be given the title "Sovereign of Earth ", and Mamoru will become King Endymion alongside her.

It is stated in the anime that she becomes Neo-Queen Serenity after warding off a second Ice Age, though the specifics of this are never discussed.

This incarnation is shown to be more mature than the present day Usagi, though she is still childish in some ways.

For example, in episode , Chibiusa gives the Sailor Soldiers a letter from the future, in which the Queen asks them to train her, but the letter is simplistic and contains almost no kanji.

In episode , Diana says that the King and Queen would sometimes play sick to get out of things. Letters she sends through the Door of Space-Time to Chibiusa are sometimes signed with a drawing of herself and sometimes King Endymion instead of a name.

In the manga, Neo-Queen Serenity tells the present-day Sailor Soldiers that after she became queen, she lost her power as a Sailor Soldier.

In the second arc of the anime she does not transform into Sailor Moon even when the others do. However, she is seen showing great powers in a flashback when the King Endymion of the future describes the great feats of Neo-Queen Serenity during the time she brought about peace.

She wears an altered version of the dress she wore as a princess. The shoulder pieces are omitted and a large, wing-shaped bow replaces the smaller one of the princess outfit.

In the manga, Neo-Queen Serenity's dress is similar to her past form's outfit. She also wears a crown and new earrings. The crescent moon is always visible on her forehead, just as it is with her princess form.

Her face and facial expressions are drawn to look more mature than the 20th century Usagi, but her iconic hairstyle is retained.

This form is the one that Chibiusa considers as truly being her mother, while she sees the Usagi of the past as a sister figure. Usagi can transform into a "Sailor Soldier" by wearing a special device usually a brooch and shouting a special command that activates the device.

She gains a new basic transformation sequence for each of the five major story arcs. When facing off with Nehelenia for the final time, the brooch is permanently upgraded allowing her to become Eternal Sailor Moon directly.

Most of the anime adaptations' transformation sequences involve the use of shiny red or pink ribbons that fly out of her brooch and form her uniform.

Feathers and wings also figure prominently in some sequences, particularly the transformation into Eternal Sailor Moon.

As the protagonist and leader, Usagi has the most special powers of any character in the series. Her physical attacks, usually one-offs and not always successful, include the occasional use of her hair pins as projectile weapons.

The first English-dubbed anime sometimes calls it the Imperium Silver Crystal as well as various other names. The Crystal possesses tremendous power, capable of reviving an entire world from ruin.

However, the strain of using such power often costs the user her life, as the power derives from the life force of the Moon dynasty.

The first time is in a flashback with Queen Serenity; the second time when Usagi defeats Queen Metaria at the end of season one; and finally in the R movie.

It is shown as the source of Queen Serenity's power during the age of Silver Millennium, with Usagi Tsukino and Chibiusa each going on to inherit the Crystal in some form.

However, it is also shown in the S movie that the power of all the Senshi working in unison allows Sailor Moon to use the Crystal's full strength without the result being fatal although she was still exhausted afterwards from using it.

Both the anime, manga and second anime series commonly portray the Silver Crystal as possibly the single most powerful artifact in the universe, able to focus the energy of its wielder to perform magnificent feats.

In the fifth series of the anime, the crystal also appears to double as the Star Seed of Sailor Moon, which was hinted at in the R movie, and the manga implies that it is her Sailor Crystal.

It takes on a multitude of shapes, including round, diamond, rose, heart, star, and lotus , and it turns pink while stored within the brooches of Sailor Moon and Sailor Chibi Moon.

Because Chibiusa comes from the future — having eventually inherited the Silver Crystal from Usagi — two versions of it exist in the series.

After the first and second story arcs, the owners of the crystals keep them in their respective transformation brooches and only remove them in times of urgent need.

The original anime features seven rainbow crystals that had the Seven Great Monsters the most powerful monsters in the Dark Kingdom sealed into them.

They were sealed within seven separate shards of the Silver Crystal using Queen Serenity's power. They were then carried to Earth where they were reincarnated centuries later, with no memories of their prior existences.

All seven rainbow crystals and, as in the manga, one of Usagi's tears are needed to recombine to form the Silver Crystal.

In Takeuchi's first proposal for the Sailor Moon series, each of the five heroines had a completely unique outfit. It was eventually decided that they would instead wear uniforms based on a single theme, whose design was closest to Sailor Moon's original costume concept.

Sailor Moon's original had some small differences, including color changes, an exposed midriff, and ribbons around the gloves and boots.

She also had a mask, which did appear in a few chapters of the manga before being discarded. Takeuchi based Usagi's signature hairstyle on a "good luck charm" she had during her studies as a university student.

Takeuchi would put her own hair up in odango before difficult classes or exams. Her editor, Fumio Osano, told her that silver hair would be too plain for cover art.

Of all the Sailor Soldiers, Usagi's personality is closest to Takeuchi's own personality at the time Sailor Moon was created. Her name is structured as a pun , as the syllable "no" indicates a possessive , so her name can also be understood as "Rabbit of the Moon.

In the Japanese version of every Sailor Moon anime series and subsequent related media, Usagi has been voiced by Kotono Mitsuishi. For this role, Mitsuishi used a higher voice than her natural one.

During recording sessions of the early episodes, Mitsuishi had to mentally prepare herself to play Usagi. In DIC Entertainment 's English dub of Sailor Moon produced in association with Optimum Productions , Sailor Moon was voiced by Tracey Moore for the first 14 episodes edited down to 11 after which Terri Hawkes took over as the voice for the remaining episodes of the DiC produced dub, as well as Pioneer's dub for the three films, though Moore would return to voice the character in two more episodes later on in the first season.

She wanted the character to "have a lot more fun and just be a goofy teenager. Until of course the world needed to be saved. Stephanie Sheh provides the voice in Viz Media 's dub of the entire original Sailor Moon series produced in association with Studiopolis , [31] and also Sailor Moon Crystal.

A third, unknown person, was on stage in Serenity's costume while both Sailor Moon and Uranus were onstage. Uncredited body doubles are common in the musicals to allow the character to appear to transform instantly.

Sheila Rose Browning describes Sailor Moon as "one of the most popular and well-known manga characters in Japan". Silverman states that along with Itazura na Kiss and Marmalade Boy , Usagi gave rise to an "unintelligent heroine" character type, but feels that even in the first volume, Usagi's determination sets her apart.

Sailor Moon and Luna are grossed out. A social media challenge on Twitter called the sailormoonredraw gained popularity in May Saturn, and the Messiah" from the third season of the original Sailor Moon television series, Sailor Moon S , and redraw it in different styles or have another fictional character take her place.

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