|Users:||Chibiusa Tsukino, Sailor Pluto|
|First Manga Appearance:||Act 17 - Secret, Sailor Jupiter|
|First Original Anime Appearance:||N/A|
|First Musical Appearance:||Pretty Soldier Sailor Moon ~ Birth! The Princess of Darkness - Black Lady ~|
|First PGSM Appearance:||N/A|
|First Second Anime Appearance:||Act 17 - Secret, Sailor Jupiter|
Chibiusa learned this ability from Sailor Pluto in the manga, after the former was teased by the children of Crystal Tokyo and went wandering down the hallways to the Space-Time Door. Pluto told Chibiusa that whenever she felt sad, she should utter the phrase "abracadabra" in order to feel happier. Sailor Pluto demonstrated the ability for Chibiusa by causing flowers to appear and bloom.
When Chibiusa left the Tsukino household to go on a walk in act 17, a little girl spotted her turning Luna-P into an umbrella when it started raining. Chibiusa cheerful shouted "abracadabra pon" and used the umbrella to make birds and flowers appear to entertain the girl. However, when the little girl became started and walked away with her own mother, Chibiusa became sullen and continued to mutter "abracadabra pon" to herself.
First anime series
The magic ability appeared in Pretty Soldier Sailor Moon ~ Birth! The Princess of Darkness - Black Lady ~ and its revision Pretty Soldier Sailor Moon ~ Birth! Princess of Darkness - Black Lady (Revision) - The Secret of the Planet Nemesis. In these musicals, immediately after Chibiusa spoke the phrase, the Black Moon Clan attack Crystal Tokyo. Because of this coincidence, she believes that the attack and destruction of Crystal Tokyo and the future was her fault.
Second anime series
All the applies to the manga in the origins and usage of Abracadabra Pon also applied to the second anime series, Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon Crystal.
- This attack inspired the song "Abracadabra" from the musical, Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon - ~ Petite Étrangère ~.
- "Pon" (either ポン or ぽん) is a Japanese sound effect used when "something appears magically".
- ↑ Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon, Volume 4, Chapter 21.
- ↑ Define pon | ポンッ | ぽんっ - Japanese-to-English SFX Sound Effects Translations @ The JADED Network