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Battle of the Flames of Love! Mars vs. Koan
愛の炎の対決! マーズ VS. コーアン
Ai no Honoo no Taiketsu! Maazu tai Kooan

A Battle of the Flames of Love! Mars vs Koan


2, Sailor Moon R

Air date

October 2, 1993


Katsuyuki Sumizawa


Kounosuke Uda


Awaken the Sleeping Beauty: Mamoru’s Distress


For Friendship: Ami vs. Bertheir


“Enemies No More (DiC)
Battle of the Flames of Love! Mars vs. Koan (Viz Media)”

Air date

November 17, 1995


Prediction of Doom (DiC)
Awaken the Sleeping Beauty: Mamoru’s Distress (Viz Media)


Checkmate (DiC)
For Friendship: Ami vs. Bertheir (Viz Media)

"Battle of the Flames of Love! Mars vs Koan" is the 24th episode of the second season of the Sailor Moon, and the 70th episode overall. The episode first aired in Japan on October 2, 1993. The English dub title for this episode is "Enemies No More", and the episode first aired in North America on November 17, 1995.


Koan intends on capturing Chibiusa at the Hikawa Shrine to try and win Rubeus's love. However, she faces unexpected opposition from Sailor Mars, and becomes shocked when she is rejected by Rubeus.



Changes From the Manga

Dub Changes

First Appearances


  • This episode features the first mention of Prince Demande.
  • In the scene where Koan hits Yuuichirou, a picture of a chibi version of Zoisite can be seen.
  • Koan's English voice actress in this episode is now Mary Long replacing her previous voice actress Alice Poon as Koan now speaks in a Brooklyn accent but in a rougher and deeper voice.


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