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[EPISODE] 165. When the Crystal Shines! The Beautiful Power of Dreams.

Series: Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon SuperS

Kana: クリスタル輝く時! 美しき夢の力
Romaji: Kurisutaru Kagayaku Toki! Utsukushiki Yume no Pawaa

Original Air Date: February 24, 1996

Director: Yuji Endo
Writer: Yoji Enokido
Animation Director: Takayuki Gorai

Plot: The Sailor Senshi struggle to stop Queen Nehelenia from using the Golden Crystal’s power.

TRIVIA

  • Honjou and his son Kotarou from episode 154 had cameos.

FIRSTS

  • This was Takayuki Gorai’s first episode as an animation director.

LASTS

  • Sailor Planet Attack was last performed here.
  • This was the only time that Moon Crisis Power was used.
  • This episode marked the final appearances of Motoki Furuhata, Unazuki Furuhata, Momoko Momohara, and Kyuusuke Sarashina.

OTHER VERSIONS

  • Cloverway’s English dub (titled “Golden Revival”):

    Before the four guardian Sailor Senshi/Sailor Scouts executed their individual attacks, they prompted the vocal commands with “Mercury Power,” “Mars Power,” and so on.

    Sailor Planet Attack and Moon Crisis Power were respectively changed to “Planet Cosmic Power” and “Moon Cosmic Dream Action.”

PLACES

  • Mamoru Chiba’s residence
  • The Dead Moon Circus
  • Elysion
  • Juuban Muncipal Primary School
  • Honjou Preschool
  • Game Center Crown
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セーラー・プラネット・アタック

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[EPISODE] 102. Stolen Pure Heart! Usagi’s Desperate Situation.

Series: Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon S

Kana: 奪われた純な心! うさぎ絶体絶命
Romaji: Ubawareta Pyua na Kokoro! Usagi Zettai Zetsumei

Original Air Date: July 16, 1994

Director: Noriyo Sasaki
Writer: Katsuyuki Sumisawa
Animation Director: Taichi Nakamura

Plot: To rescue Tuxedo Mask, Usagi meets with Kaolinite at Tokyo Tower.

TRIVIA

  • “Ai no Senshi” was heard again as Usagi rode in Haruka’s car. The song was previously played in episode 68.
  • The name “Sasaki” was written on Cenicienta’s warranty. This is a reference to the episode’s director, Noriyo Sasaki.
  • After Sailor Moon saved her from Kaolinite’s attack, Sailor Uranus was seen with an elbow length glove on her right arm. It switched back to its usual length as Uranus reached for the wound on her left shoulder.
  • The footage for Supreme Thunder was taken from the R movie.

FIRSTS

  • Eudial appeared for the first time, but she did not speak.

LASTS

  • The Hensou Pen was last mentioned here. Luna said in episode 52 that only Usagi could use it, though.
  • Certain Kill Love-Me Moon Chain was only shown in this episode.

OTHER VERSIONS

  • Cloverway’s English dub (titled “Birthday Blues” Part Two):

    In the broadcast version, the driving scenes were flipped to make it seem as if Haruka was driving on the opposite (right) side of the road.

    The television airing also included an English version of “Ai no Senshi.”

PLACES

  • Parking garage
  • Tokyo Tower
  • Hikawa Shrine
  • The Death Busters’ laboratory
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[ATTACK] Mercury Star Power.

Series: Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon

Kana: マーキュリー・スター・パワー
Romaji: Maakyurii Sutaa Pawaa

User: Sailor Mercury
Item required: None
First appearance: Episode 72
Last appearance: Episode 102

TRIVIA

  • The command Mercury Star Power alone activated Sailor Mercury’s planetary powers, but it also played a part in executing Sailor Teleport, Sailor Planet Power, and Sailor Planet Attack.
  • While she channeled Mercury Power with her Henshin Pen in episode 44, Sailor Mercury never used her Star Power Stick with Mercury Star Power.
  • This sometimes caused Sailor Mercury’s tiara to glow or to emit a blue light.
  • Sailor Mercury last said the vocal call in episode 102. She may have very well invoked Mercury Star Power in other episodes, including 118, 124, and 125. However, she did not say the words.
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[ATTACK] Venus Star Power.

Series: Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon

Kana: ヴィーナス・スター・パワー
Romaji: Viinasu Sutaa Pawaa

User: Sailor Venus
Item required: None
First appearance: Episode 72
Last appearance: Episode 102

TRIVIA

  • The command Venus Star Power alone activated the planetary powers of Sailor Venus, but it also played a part in executing Sailor Teleport, Sailor Planet Power, and Sailor Planet Attack.
  • While she channeled Venus Power with her Henshin Pen in episode 44, Sailor Venus never used her Star Power Stick with Venus Star Power.
  • This sometimes caused her tiara to glow or to emit a yellow light.
  • Sailor Venus last said the vocal call in episode 102. She may have very well invoked Venus Star Power in other episodes, including 118, 124, and 125. However, she did not say the words.
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[ATTACK] Jupiter Star Power.

Series: Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon

Kana: ジュピター・スター・パワー
Romaji: Jupitaa Sutaa Pawaa

User: Sailor Jupiter
Item required: None
First appearance: Episode 72
Last appearance: Episode 102

TRIVIA

  • The command Jupiter Star Power alone activated Sailor Jupiter’s planetary powers, but it also played a part in executing Sailor Teleport, Sailor Planet Power, and Sailor Planet Attack.
  • While she channeled Jupiter Power with her Henshin Pen in episode 44, Sailor Jupiter never used her Star Power Stick with Jupiter Star Power.
  • This sometimes caused Sailor Jupiter’s tiara to glow or to emit a green light.
  • Sailor Jupiter last said the vocal call in episode 102. She may have very well invoked Jupiter Star Power in other episodes, including 118, 124, and 125. However, she did not say the words.
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[ATTACK] Mars Star Power.

Series: Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon

Kana: マーズ・スター・パワー
Romaji: Maazu Sutaa Pawaa

User: Sailor Mars
Item required: None
First appearance: Episode 72
Last appearance: Episode 102

TRIVIA

  • The command Mars Star Power alone activated the planetary powers of Sailor Mars, but it also played a part in executing Sailor Teleport, Sailor Planet Power, and Sailor Planet Attack.
  • While she channeled Mars Power with her Henshin Pen in episode 44, Sailor Mars never used her Star Power Stick with Mars Star Power.
  • This sometimes caused her tiara to glow or to emit a red light.
  • Sailor Mars last said the vocal call in episode 102. She may have very well invoked Mars Star Power in other episodes, including 118, 124, and 125. However, she did not say the words.
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[EPISODE] 82. Journey to the Future! Battle in the Space-Time Corridor.

Series: Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon R

Kana: 未来への旅立ち! 時空回廊の戦い
Romaji: Mirai e no Tabidachi! Jikuu Kairou no Tatakai

Original Air Date: January 22, 1994

Director: Harume Kosaka
Writer: Katsuyuki Sumisawa
Animation Director: Hideyuki Motohashi

Plot: While traveling to the future with Chibiusa, Sailor Moon and the others encounter one of Esmeraude’s droids.

FIRSTS

  • Sailor Planet Attack was used for the first time in the television series. It already appeared in the R movie, which was originally released in theaters on December 5, 1993.

LASTS

  • This episode featured the last droid.

OTHER VERSIONS

  • DiC’s English dub (titled “Future Shocked”):

    Sailor Planet Attack was called “Sailor Planet Power” here.

    The reason why Chibiusa/Rini knew that the droid wasn’t really her mother was changed. In the original, Ryuax mistakenly called the child “Rabbit” while disguised as Neo-Queen Serenity. This was the Black Moon Clan’s nickname for Chibiusa. Whereas in the English dub, the Genie of the Time Warp slipped up by referring to Rini as “Small Lady.” Rini stated that her mother would never call her that, though. In the Japanese version, “Small Lady” was part of Chibiusa’s actual given name.

PLACES

  • Boat Pier
  • Space-Time Door
  • Space-Time Corridor
  • Nemesis
  • Black Moon Castle
  • Crystal Tokyo
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[ATTACK] Sailor Planet Attack.

Series: Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon

Kana: セーラー・プラネット・アタック
Romaji: Seeraa Puranetto Atakku

Users: Sailor Moon, Sailor Mercury, Sailor Jupiter, Sailor Venus
Item required: Moonlight Stick
First appearance: Special Act
Last appearance: Special Act

TRIVIA

  • In theory, this technique could be performed by all five Sailor Senshi. Rei just happened to be absent from its only use because she was injured.