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Serving under its ruler, Queen Beryl , members of the Dark Kingdom attempt to gather human energy and find the Silver Crystal in order to reawaken Queen Metaria, the evil entity responsible for the destruction of the Silver Millennium.

Black Moon Clan[ edit ] Main article: Members of the Black Moon Clan come from Planet Nemesis, a fictional tenth planet of the Solar System, and have black upside-down crescents on their foreheads. They are led by Prince Demand, who has been manipulated so that he and the Black Moon Clan members gather power for the Wiseman. Led by Professor Tomoe, the main goal of the Death Busters is the resurrection of Mistress 9, who in turn would bring the alien creature Pharaoh 90 to destroy Earth in an event known as "Silence".

Dead Moon Circus[ edit ] Main article: Led by Zirconia, members of the Dead Moon Circus are searching for the Golden Crystal, which will allow their Queen Nehelenia to break free of her entrapment within a mirror and take over the Earth. Shadow Galactica is an organization of corrupted Sailor Soldiers led by Sailor Galaxia, who devote themselves to stealing Star Seeds, the essence of sentient life, from inhabitants of the Milky Way.

Their ultimate goal is to reorganize the universe as desired by Chaos, the ultimate antagonist of the series. Ail and Ann have wandered around space alone for many years before reaching Earth, where they finally find energy to collect for the Hell Tree so that they can revive it and, in turn, it can give them energy to survive.

Unlike other antagonists of the series, their mission was primarily that of survival, not conquest or destruction.

In some English adaptations of the anime, their name is changed to "Doom Tree aliens". While trying to blend in with the humans at Usagi's school, Ail assumes the role of brother to Ann. He develops a crush on Usagi, and constantly tries to win her over, much to the dismay of Ann.

He constantly denies these feelings to Ann, knowing her to have fits of jealous rage. On the other hand, Ann develops a crush on Mamoru, and constantly tries to win him over, much to the dismay of Ail and Usagi.

Ail and Ann are the only two of their kind, and could be considered as both siblings and romantic partners since they were both born from the Hell Tree. For some time they supply it with human energy to revive but eventually this stops working. In the final episode of the story arc, the aliens try to give Usagi to it as an offering, because Usagi's energy caused a sapling to grow on the Tree. The Tree becomes angered and starts to injure those around it, killing Ann in the process.

It stops to tell its story to Sailor Moon: It gave energy to its children, but eventually they became greedy and began to fight each other until the planet was destroyed and there were only two small children left, Ail and Ann.

It was now weak and needed the energy of love to survive. Sailor Moon uses her power to purify the Tree, and it disappears. Ann is resurrected and when she reunites with Ail, a small sapling appears before them; the Tree has been reborn and they are given a chance to start over, and they leave Earth to live a better life with the Tree. The Cardians are kept in cards until they are summoned by Ail.

To summon them, Ail would hold up several cards, and Ann would pick one. The card would then rise into the air and Ail would play a tune on his flute which causes the Cardian to come alive. When a Cardian is destroyed, it changes back into its card form and the picture of the Cardian on the card turns black after a few seconds.

Supporting characters[ edit ] This section has multiple issues. Please help improve it or discuss these issues on the talk page. This section may contain an excessive amount of intricate detail that may interest only a particular audience.

Please help by spinning off or relocating any relevant information, and removing excessive detail that may be against Wikipedia's inclusion policy. April This section may require copy editing for grammar, style, cohesion, tone, or spelling. You can assist by editing it. May Learn how and when to remove this template message Luna, Artemis, and Diana[ edit ] The series includes three different cat characters who act as advisors to their respective owners.

Each has the power of speech, and bears a crescent moon symbol on his or her forehead. The two older cats, Luna and Artemis, lived in the Moon Kingdom millennia before the main plot and acted as advisors to Queen Serenity ; the third, Diana, is much younger and was born on Earth. The cats serve as mentors and confidantes, and a source of information and new tools and special items. They are shown to have additional physical forms, a deeper backstory, and an unrequited love or two.

Although Luna takes the largest role of the three, Artemis was the first of the cats to appear; he figures prominently in Codename: Sailor V , the manga series which preceded Sailor Moon. Artemis terms it a peace-loving world, but Tin Nyanko informs him that its people were wiped out by Sailor Galaxia after he and Luna left it.

Tin Nyanko blasts all three of them on their crescent moon symbols, and they turn into ordinary cats, unable to speak. Later, as they care for the badly injured cats, Princess Kakyuu tells Usagi that the three of them have powerful Star Seeds, as brilliant as Sailor Crystals. They are reincarnated at the end of the series along with everyone else. Usually they are represented by a puppet , though CGI effects are used for complicated scenes.

Writer Mary Grigsby considers the cat characters to blend pre-modern ideas about feminine mystery and modern ideas such as the lucky cat. When the kingdom falls, she and Artemis are put into a long sleep and sent to Earth to look after the Sailor Soldiers, who are reborn there. Part of Luna's memory are suppressed so that she must find the Sailor Soldiers. Act 9 She first encounters Usagi Tsukino and teaches her to become Sailor Moon, unaware that she is actually the reincarnated Princess Serenity.

Luna also provides the Soldiers with many of their special items. Over the course of the series, Luna develops a close bond with Usagi, though it is initially on uneasy terms, as Luna often upsets Usagi by giving her unsolicited advice.

She also becomes good friends with Ami Mizuno. This story was adapted in Sailor Moon S: The Movie ,[ citation needed ] and features Luna's first transformation into a human. She gets a cold and tries to find her way home despite Artemis' plea to go with her.

She ends up lying in the street until Kakeru saves her from becoming roadkill. In Act 27 of the live-action series, Luna gains the ability to turn into a young human girl, going by the name Luna Tsukino while able to become a Sailor Soldier known as "Sailor Luna". Her personality as a human girl is identical to her normal self and is easily overwhelmed by her feline nature, but she is also shown to have taken on some of the personality traits of Usagi and her mother, such as acting in the same melodramatic manner when waking up in the morning.

Takeuchi designed the character of Sailor Luna. Artemis trains her to become Sailor V, and remains by her side when she takes on her proper role as Sailor Venus. When a technical problem reveals him, Luna is greatly annoyed to learn that he has been the one guiding her all along. Act 9 In the Sailor V manga and the live-action series, Artemis gives special items to the Soldiers, although unlike Luna he does not seem to produce them himself.

He does not seem to mind the fact that he is named after a female goddess, even when teased about it by Minako. In addition, he is a good father to Diana as evidenced by her affection for him.

In the live-action series, he is voiced by Kappei Yamaguchi. He appears in the first Sailor Moon musical, played by a cat-suited Keiji Himeno. She first appears when the Sailor Soldiers travel to the 30th century in the Black Moon arc. Only later it is revealed that Diana has come from the future and that her mother is Luna. She is very curious, eager to help, and deeply polite, always addressing Usagi and Mamoru with the Japanese honorific "-sama" and calling Chibiusa by her formal title, Small Lady.

She is able to help the Sailor Soldiers on occasion, despite her youth, and often because of the knowledge she had gained in the future. They come from the fictional planet Kinmoku, whose princess, Princess Kakyuu, left the planet to escape Sailor Galaxia 's assault and to heal her wounds. In the anime, the Starlights were given a major role. The trio are biologically males in their civilian forms, becoming women when transforming into Sailor Soldiers, as opposed to their manga counterparts that are females who disguise themselves as males in their civilian forms.

As Starlights, they distance themselves from the other Sailor Soldiers, deeming that Earth is not their responsibility. Takeuchi expressed surprise at Toei Animation 's decision to make the Starlights lead characters in the anime adaptation, but was even more shocked by their treatment of the Starlights' sex. While played by women, it is meant to be ambiguous as to whether or not they take on male forms like in the anime or are cross-dressers like in the manga , though their personalities are clearly from the anime.

Their exact relationship to each other is unknown; according to the manga they are not siblings. In the original English manga, "Kou" was translated to "Lights" and was used as their shared family name. When Takeuchi originally designed the Sailor Starlights, she did so without their ponytails, but Bandai explained to her that short-haired dolls were difficult to make.

Describing herself as having a "soft spot for dolls", Takeuchi eventually added the ponytails. Seiya becomes the star player of the local high-school American football team and the school's star athlete, upsetting Haruka Tenoh who was the school's previous star athlete on the track and field team.

Eventually, Seiya develops strong feelings for Usagi and his attempts to forge a bond with her provides the primary romantic tension of the season. Seiya calls Usagi odango, like Mamoru does. The two even go on a date at an amusement park , which prematurely ends when Sailor Iron Mouse attacks. In the anime, when he daydreams of his home planet, he thinks lovingly of an image of his princess, which is suddenly superimposed by an image of Usagi much as Usagi had seen Seiya's image overlaid by Mamoru in previous episodes.

He was seen in the anime playing the drums very angrily in their hideout because they think their princess has not heard them yet. After this, Seiya is not seen on the drums again. According to Naoko Takeuchi's words, when she created this character it was meant to be a combination between Haruka and Mamoru, and was modeled after Jenny Shimizu.

In the anime, Ami's appeal for him to see the good in dreaming does begin to have an effect, however. In combat with a phage, Star Maker is the first of the Starlights to willingly allow Sailor Moon to heal the monster rather than trying to kill it herself, because it had been a teacher who Ami respected.

She shows him a drawing of the Princess that she sees when she listens to the Three Lights' song. In the anime, he sometimes wears glasses. Like Yaten, Taiki believes that Seiya should stay away from Usagi after learning she is Sailor Moon, despite their wish, shared by Princess Kakyuu and the Sailor Soldiers, for them all to work together. He is the most cool-headed of the trio.

Taiki's responsibilities in the band are background vocals, keyboards, and composition. Taiki is meant to be a more-distant Setsuna Meioh. At one point, the other Starlights even chastise Yaten for behaving in a way that might reduce the number of fans.

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Serving under its ruler, Queen Beryl , members of the Dark Kingdom attempt to gather human energy and find the Silver Crystal in order to reawaken Queen Metaria, the evil entity responsible for the destruction of the Silver Millennium. Black Moon Clan[ edit ] Main article: Members of the Black Moon Clan come from Planet Nemesis, a fictional tenth planet of the Solar System, and have black upside-down crescents on their foreheads.

They are led by Prince Demand, who has been manipulated so that he and the Black Moon Clan members gather power for the Wiseman. Led by Professor Tomoe, the main goal of the Death Busters is the resurrection of Mistress 9, who in turn would bring the alien creature Pharaoh 90 to destroy Earth in an event known as "Silence".

Dead Moon Circus[ edit ] Main article: Led by Zirconia, members of the Dead Moon Circus are searching for the Golden Crystal, which will allow their Queen Nehelenia to break free of her entrapment within a mirror and take over the Earth.

Shadow Galactica is an organization of corrupted Sailor Soldiers led by Sailor Galaxia, who devote themselves to stealing Star Seeds, the essence of sentient life, from inhabitants of the Milky Way.

Their ultimate goal is to reorganize the universe as desired by Chaos, the ultimate antagonist of the series. Ail and Ann have wandered around space alone for many years before reaching Earth, where they finally find energy to collect for the Hell Tree so that they can revive it and, in turn, it can give them energy to survive.

Unlike other antagonists of the series, their mission was primarily that of survival, not conquest or destruction. In some English adaptations of the anime, their name is changed to "Doom Tree aliens".

While trying to blend in with the humans at Usagi's school, Ail assumes the role of brother to Ann. He develops a crush on Usagi, and constantly tries to win her over, much to the dismay of Ann. He constantly denies these feelings to Ann, knowing her to have fits of jealous rage. On the other hand, Ann develops a crush on Mamoru, and constantly tries to win him over, much to the dismay of Ail and Usagi. Ail and Ann are the only two of their kind, and could be considered as both siblings and romantic partners since they were both born from the Hell Tree.

For some time they supply it with human energy to revive but eventually this stops working. In the final episode of the story arc, the aliens try to give Usagi to it as an offering, because Usagi's energy caused a sapling to grow on the Tree.

The Tree becomes angered and starts to injure those around it, killing Ann in the process. It stops to tell its story to Sailor Moon: It gave energy to its children, but eventually they became greedy and began to fight each other until the planet was destroyed and there were only two small children left, Ail and Ann. It was now weak and needed the energy of love to survive. Sailor Moon uses her power to purify the Tree, and it disappears.

Ann is resurrected and when she reunites with Ail, a small sapling appears before them; the Tree has been reborn and they are given a chance to start over, and they leave Earth to live a better life with the Tree.

The Cardians are kept in cards until they are summoned by Ail. To summon them, Ail would hold up several cards, and Ann would pick one. The card would then rise into the air and Ail would play a tune on his flute which causes the Cardian to come alive.

When a Cardian is destroyed, it changes back into its card form and the picture of the Cardian on the card turns black after a few seconds. Supporting characters[ edit ] This section has multiple issues. Please help improve it or discuss these issues on the talk page. This section may contain an excessive amount of intricate detail that may interest only a particular audience. Please help by spinning off or relocating any relevant information, and removing excessive detail that may be against Wikipedia's inclusion policy.

April This section may require copy editing for grammar, style, cohesion, tone, or spelling. You can assist by editing it. May Learn how and when to remove this template message Luna, Artemis, and Diana[ edit ] The series includes three different cat characters who act as advisors to their respective owners. Each has the power of speech, and bears a crescent moon symbol on his or her forehead.

The two older cats, Luna and Artemis, lived in the Moon Kingdom millennia before the main plot and acted as advisors to Queen Serenity ; the third, Diana, is much younger and was born on Earth.

The cats serve as mentors and confidantes, and a source of information and new tools and special items. They are shown to have additional physical forms, a deeper backstory, and an unrequited love or two. Although Luna takes the largest role of the three, Artemis was the first of the cats to appear; he figures prominently in Codename: Sailor V , the manga series which preceded Sailor Moon.

Artemis terms it a peace-loving world, but Tin Nyanko informs him that its people were wiped out by Sailor Galaxia after he and Luna left it. Tin Nyanko blasts all three of them on their crescent moon symbols, and they turn into ordinary cats, unable to speak.

Later, as they care for the badly injured cats, Princess Kakyuu tells Usagi that the three of them have powerful Star Seeds, as brilliant as Sailor Crystals. They are reincarnated at the end of the series along with everyone else.

Usually they are represented by a puppet , though CGI effects are used for complicated scenes. Writer Mary Grigsby considers the cat characters to blend pre-modern ideas about feminine mystery and modern ideas such as the lucky cat.

When the kingdom falls, she and Artemis are put into a long sleep and sent to Earth to look after the Sailor Soldiers, who are reborn there. Part of Luna's memory are suppressed so that she must find the Sailor Soldiers. Act 9 She first encounters Usagi Tsukino and teaches her to become Sailor Moon, unaware that she is actually the reincarnated Princess Serenity.

Luna also provides the Soldiers with many of their special items. Over the course of the series, Luna develops a close bond with Usagi, though it is initially on uneasy terms, as Luna often upsets Usagi by giving her unsolicited advice.

She also becomes good friends with Ami Mizuno. This story was adapted in Sailor Moon S: The Movie ,[ citation needed ] and features Luna's first transformation into a human.

She gets a cold and tries to find her way home despite Artemis' plea to go with her. She ends up lying in the street until Kakeru saves her from becoming roadkill. In Act 27 of the live-action series, Luna gains the ability to turn into a young human girl, going by the name Luna Tsukino while able to become a Sailor Soldier known as "Sailor Luna". Her personality as a human girl is identical to her normal self and is easily overwhelmed by her feline nature, but she is also shown to have taken on some of the personality traits of Usagi and her mother, such as acting in the same melodramatic manner when waking up in the morning.

Takeuchi designed the character of Sailor Luna. Artemis trains her to become Sailor V, and remains by her side when she takes on her proper role as Sailor Venus.

When a technical problem reveals him, Luna is greatly annoyed to learn that he has been the one guiding her all along. Act 9 In the Sailor V manga and the live-action series, Artemis gives special items to the Soldiers, although unlike Luna he does not seem to produce them himself. He does not seem to mind the fact that he is named after a female goddess, even when teased about it by Minako. In addition, he is a good father to Diana as evidenced by her affection for him. In the live-action series, he is voiced by Kappei Yamaguchi.

He appears in the first Sailor Moon musical, played by a cat-suited Keiji Himeno. She first appears when the Sailor Soldiers travel to the 30th century in the Black Moon arc. Only later it is revealed that Diana has come from the future and that her mother is Luna.

She is very curious, eager to help, and deeply polite, always addressing Usagi and Mamoru with the Japanese honorific "-sama" and calling Chibiusa by her formal title, Small Lady.

She is able to help the Sailor Soldiers on occasion, despite her youth, and often because of the knowledge she had gained in the future. They come from the fictional planet Kinmoku, whose princess, Princess Kakyuu, left the planet to escape Sailor Galaxia 's assault and to heal her wounds.

In the anime, the Starlights were given a major role. The trio are biologically males in their civilian forms, becoming women when transforming into Sailor Soldiers, as opposed to their manga counterparts that are females who disguise themselves as males in their civilian forms. As Starlights, they distance themselves from the other Sailor Soldiers, deeming that Earth is not their responsibility.

Takeuchi expressed surprise at Toei Animation 's decision to make the Starlights lead characters in the anime adaptation, but was even more shocked by their treatment of the Starlights' sex.

While played by women, it is meant to be ambiguous as to whether or not they take on male forms like in the anime or are cross-dressers like in the manga , though their personalities are clearly from the anime. Their exact relationship to each other is unknown; according to the manga they are not siblings.

In the original English manga, "Kou" was translated to "Lights" and was used as their shared family name. When Takeuchi originally designed the Sailor Starlights, she did so without their ponytails, but Bandai explained to her that short-haired dolls were difficult to make. Describing herself as having a "soft spot for dolls", Takeuchi eventually added the ponytails.

Seiya becomes the star player of the local high-school American football team and the school's star athlete, upsetting Haruka Tenoh who was the school's previous star athlete on the track and field team.

Eventually, Seiya develops strong feelings for Usagi and his attempts to forge a bond with her provides the primary romantic tension of the season.

Seiya calls Usagi odango, like Mamoru does. The two even go on a date at an amusement park , which prematurely ends when Sailor Iron Mouse attacks. In the anime, when he daydreams of his home planet, he thinks lovingly of an image of his princess, which is suddenly superimposed by an image of Usagi much as Usagi had seen Seiya's image overlaid by Mamoru in previous episodes.

He was seen in the anime playing the drums very angrily in their hideout because they think their princess has not heard them yet. After this, Seiya is not seen on the drums again. According to Naoko Takeuchi's words, when she created this character it was meant to be a combination between Haruka and Mamoru, and was modeled after Jenny Shimizu. In the anime, Ami's appeal for him to see the good in dreaming does begin to have an effect, however.

In combat with a phage, Star Maker is the first of the Starlights to willingly allow Sailor Moon to heal the monster rather than trying to kill it herself, because it had been a teacher who Ami respected. She shows him a drawing of the Princess that she sees when she listens to the Three Lights' song.

In the anime, he sometimes wears glasses. Like Yaten, Taiki believes that Seiya should stay away from Usagi after learning she is Sailor Moon, despite their wish, shared by Princess Kakyuu and the Sailor Soldiers, for them all to work together. He is the most cool-headed of the trio. Taiki's responsibilities in the band are background vocals, keyboards, and composition.

Taiki is meant to be a more-distant Setsuna Meioh. At one point, the other Starlights even chastise Yaten for behaving in a way that might reduce the number of fans.

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  1. According to Naoko Takeuchi's words, when she created this character it was meant to be a combination between Haruka and Mamoru, and was modeled after Jenny Shimizu. The card would then rise into the air and Ail would play a tune on his flute which causes the Cardian to come alive. Sailor V , the manga series which preceded Sailor Moon.

  2. For some time they supply it with human energy to revive but eventually this stops working. They are led by Prince Demand, who has been manipulated so that he and the Black Moon Clan members gather power for the Wiseman.

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