[HENSHIN] Moon Crisis Make Up.

Series: Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon

Kana: ムーン・クライシス・メイク・アップ
Romaji: Muun Kuraishisu Meiku Appu

Users: Usagi Tsukino, Chibiusa
Items required: Crisis Moon Compact, Chibi Moon Compact
Used to become: Super Sailor Moon, Super Sailor Chibimoon
First appearance: Episode 130
Last appearance: Episode 168


  • As evident in episode 157, Usagi and Chibiusa could transform together as well as separately. Only the standard dual transformation sequence for Moon Crisis Make Up was ever shown on screen, though.

[ATTACK: OTHER] Twinkle Yell.

Series: Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon

Kana: トゥインクル・エール
Romaji: Tuinkuru Eeru

User: Super Sailor Chibimoon
Item required: Crystal Carillon
First appearance: Episode 130
Last appearance: Episode 162


  • While this power was not an offensive attack, it was still necessary for Sailor Chibimoon to perform this so that Sailor Moon could use Moon Gorgeous Meditation.
  • The full vocal command was: “Please Pegasus! Protect everyone’s dreams! Twinkle Yell!” (お願いペガサス! 皆の夢を守って! トゥインクル・エール!; Onegai Pegasasu! Minna no yume o mamotte! Tuinkuru Eeru!).
  • After PallaPalla switched Usagi and Chibiusa’s ages in episode 158, teenage Sailor Chibimoon was unable to call for Pegasus.
  • In the SuperS game Various Emotion for Sega Saturn, Twinkle Yell was one of Sailor Chibimoon’s special techniques. Once Pegasus appeared, he bombarded Chibimoon’s opponent with beams of light. A similar situation occurred in episode 162 when Sailor Chibimoon executed Twinkle Yell. The light that accompanied Pegasus during his arrival disoriented the Amazoness Quartet. 

[EPISODE] Act 36. Infinity 10 - Infinite, Upper Atmosphere -.

Series: Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon Crystal

Kana: 無限10 - 無限大―上空 -
Romaji: Mugen 10 - Mugendai Joukuu -

Original Air Date: June 13, 2016

Director: Yukio Kaizawa
Writer: Yuji Kobayashi
Animation Director: Kumiko Kawashima, Kazuya Saitou

Plot: Hotaru struggles to stop Mistress 9, who has seized more souls from the Sailor Senshi.


  • In the opening credits, Sailor Chibimoon’s uniform was updated to reflect her power upgrade.
  • Sailor Chibimoon’s own Holy Grail/Moon Chalice first appeared, and she transformed into Super Sailor Chibimoon.
  • This was Kumiko Kawashima and Kazuya Saitou’s first episode as animation directors.


  • Mugen Academy
  • Omega Area
  • Mamoru Chiba’s residence
  • The Secret Base

[EPISODE] 110. The Death of Uranus and Neptune? The Talismans Appear.

Series: Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon S

Kana: ウラヌス達の死? タリスマン出現
Romaji: Uranusu tachi no Shi? Tarisuman Shutsugen

Original Air Date: October 15, 1994

Director: Kunihiko Ikuhara
Writer: Yoji Enokido
Animation Director: Mari Tominaga

Plot: Haruka and Michiru go to meet Eudial, who has discovered the identity of a Talisman host.


  • The opening animation was altered to include Super Sailor Moon, Sailor Chibimoon, Sailor Pluto, Hotaru Tomoe, and the Holy Grail. Also, Kaolinite was removed.
  • The building and aquarium that Usagi met Haruka and Michiru at would be visited again in episode 167.
  • The shadowy figures that Mimete spoke to in the locker room were likely the remaining Witches 5 members, but they were not identified as such. They did not have the same voice actors as those specific characters either.


  • Setsuna Meiou and Mimete were both officially introduced. Sailor Pluto was a recurring character in the second arc of R, but Setsuna was not revealed to be Sailor Pluto until episode 111.
  • While visualizations of the Talismans were seen earlier, this episode marked the first true appearances of the Deep Aqua Mirror and the Space Sword.
  • Haruka and Michiru’s helicopter was first shown in this episode.


  • The Capture Gun was last seen here.


  • Cloverway’s English dub (titled “Destiny’s Arrival”):

    The Messiah was called the “Ambassador of Good.”

    Setsuna’s name was changed to Trista.

    The shot of Sailor Uranus holding the gun to her chest was removed from the television airing.


  • The Death Busters’ laboratory
  • Haruka and Michiru’s residence
  • Hikawa Shrine
  • Game Center Crown
  • The Tsukino Residence
  • Aquarium
  • Marine Cathedral