[ATTACK] Moon Twilight Flash.

Series: Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon

Kana: ムーン・トワイライト・フラッシュ
Romaji: Muun Towairaito Furasshu

User: Sailor Moon
Item required: Moonlight Stick
First appearance: Act 2
Last appearance: Act 47


  • In the manga, Sailor Moon used her tiara to perform this technique.
  • This attack was omitted from the first anime series.

It’s here! The winners for my promo/stupid contest thing! Is this how you do a promo!? I don’t know! Who cares! Congrats!

Best Urls: dorkyghost, 2007sidebangs, favcriterecord, jetpackbluhs, spencerslegos, clearlybitches

Best Avatars: stripdowntoskeletons, jetpackbluhs, favcriterecord, fallout-trash, spooper-katharina

Best Multi: the-frankie-to-my-gee, clearlybitches, dorkyghost, thekidsarentgoindown, impulsive5-53-43-1, zakochiwanie-sie

Best Fall Out Boy: stripdowntoskeletons, loadedguncornflakes, centurcheese, novocainedreams

Best Panic! at The Disco: spencerslegos, sarah—smiled, lonelyversionofyou

Best My Chemical Romance: zeroxpercent

And finally.

Best Overall: spencerslegos, favcriterecord, thekidsarentgoindown

I chose several winners for all the categories because I’m too nice and you’re all great and I’d feel bad if I only put one great blog. SO yeah congrats! 


Photography: Jana Gerberding

Fashion Editor: Isabelle Thiry

Fashion assistant: Nauva

Photographer’s assistant: Nico Wöhrle and Malte Seidel

Hair and make-up: Gregor Makris at Bigoudi

Model: Mari at Scoop Models


Mexico’s Day of Rage

43 college students were abducted on Sept. 26th in Guerrero, Mexico. Police and gunmen shot 6 students to death before taking the other 43. Mexico has taken some action by arresting the “mayor of the city of Iguala, José Luis Abarca; his wife, María de los Ángeles Pineda; and an aide and charged them with masterminding the attack.”

Why aren’t more people talking about this?

(Pictures are from the link above)


A peaceful rally over the presumed massacre of 43 missing students ended with violence and destruction in Mexico City, with protesters calling for the president to stand down.
Thousands marched along Mexico City’s main boulevard, chanting for Enrique Pena Nieto to resign and waving blackened flags of the country in anger over the case of the missing students. They echoed ‘you are not alone’ to parents of the missing who joined the rally at the Angel of Independence Monument.
Dec2 2014


In México, we are all fighting against a president who can’t even keep us safe. 43 students from a rural university, between the ages of 18-30, were abducted and then murdered when they were on their way to a pacific event. Bullets came from municipal cops, and the order of shooting came directly from the governor of that particular region.
Federal authorities have been covering their asses and the families of the students have no information about their people. Not even the dead bodies have been retrieved to them.

That’s why several universities from all the country have taken action. 

We support the families and their claim for justice and peace. 

Their anger is ours.