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[[File:Dark_Kingdom.jpg|thumb]]The '''''Dark Kingdom''''', as it was originally referred to as in the Japanese version of the anime, but renamed by the company DiC in the dubbed North American version of the anime to the Negaverse. This term was not only used to describe the origin of the villains in the first (classic) season of ''Sailor Moon,'' but also to refer to the dimension that [[Ail ]] and [[An|An ]] (of the second season ''[[Sailor Moon R]]'') are possibly allied to. The Dark Kingdom is a dark, evil dimension where the villains of Sailor Moon (season 1) live. It is ruled by [[Queen Beryl]] and the [[Queen Metalia]]. It is full of [[Youma|monsters]] that work for Beryl and her four generals, [[Jedite]], [[Neflite]], [[Zoycite]], and [[Malachite]].
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[[File:Dark_Kingdom.jpg|thumb]]The '''''Dark Kingdom''''', as it was originally referred to as in the Japanese version of the anime, but renamed by the company DiC in the dubbed North American version of the anime to the Negaverse. This term was not only used to describe the origin of the villains in the first season of ''Sailor Moon,'' but also to refer to the dimension that [[Ail ]] and [[An]] (of the second season ''[[Sailor Moon R]]'') are possibly allied to. The Dark Kingdom is a dark, evil dimension where the villains of ''Sailor Moon ''live. It is ruled by [[Queen Beryl]] and the [[Queen Metalia]]. It is full of [[Youma|monsters]] that work for Beryl and her four generals, [[Jedite]], [[Neflite]], [[Zoycite]], and [[Kunzite]].
   
In Episode 40, ''Day of Destiny'', the Sailor Scouts make their way to the Negaverse to fight [[Queen Beryl]], but all except [[Sailor Moon]] are apparently killed by the [[Doom and Gloom Girls]]. Beryl then took [[Sailor Moon]] to the Negaverse where she fought Prince [[Darien]], who was under Beryl's control. But she managed to break the spell over him and he injured Beryl. The Negaforce then combined with her and transformed her into a much bigger version of herself, but both were destroyed by Princess [[Serena]] with Cosmic Moon Power. Presumably, the Negaverse was destroyed as well, and all the Sailor Scouts and Darien's memories were erased until [[Sailor Moon R]].
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In episodes 45 and 46, the Sailor Senshi make their way to the Dark Kingdom to fight [[Queen Beryl]], but all except [[Sailor Moon]] are apparently killed by the DD Girls. Beryl then teleports [[Sailor Moon]] to the Dark Kingdom where she fights a brainwashed Prince Endymion, who is completely under Beryl's control But she managed to break the spell over him and he injured Beryl. Queen Metalia then combined with her and transformed her into a much bigger version of herself, but both were destroyed by Princess Serenity with [[Moon Prism Power]]. Presumably, the Dark Kingdom was destroyed as well, and all the Sailor Senshi's and Mamoru's memories were erased until [[Sailor Moon R]].
 
Interestingly enough, the term "Negaverse" is, on a few occasions, used to describe death. When Sailor Moon destroys [[Derella]] in Episode 4, she says "''I banish you to the Negaverse!''" And after Beryl is destroyed, we hear Sailor Moon's voice say "''Beryl is gone, blasted back to the Negaverse.''" The narrator words it this way at the beginning of ''Sailor Moon R'', but in its third episode, [[Artemis]] makes clear she was completely destroyed.
 
   
 
In the Sailor V manga, the Dark Kingdom had a sub-division known as the [[Dark Agency|Dark Agency. ]]There sole main goal was to collect energy, and their reach spread further than Japan. It was run by [http://sailormoon.wikia.com/wiki/Danburite Danburite], a subordinate of Kunzite, and was ultimately destroyed by Sailor V.
 
In the Sailor V manga, the Dark Kingdom had a sub-division known as the [[Dark Agency|Dark Agency. ]]There sole main goal was to collect energy, and their reach spread further than Japan. It was run by [http://sailormoon.wikia.com/wiki/Danburite Danburite], a subordinate of Kunzite, and was ultimately destroyed by Sailor V.

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Dark Kingdom
The Dark Kingdom, as it was originally referred to as in the Japanese version of the anime, but renamed by the company DiC in the dubbed North American version of the anime to the Negaverse. This term was not only used to describe the origin of the villains in the first season of Sailor Moon, but also to refer to the dimension that Ail and An (of the second season Sailor Moon R) are possibly allied to. The Dark Kingdom is a dark, evil dimension where the villains of Sailor Moon live. It is ruled by Queen Beryl and the Queen Metalia. It is full of monsters that work for Beryl and her four generals, Jedite, Neflite, Zoycite, and Kunzite.

In episodes 45 and 46, the Sailor Senshi make their way to the Dark Kingdom to fight Queen Beryl, but all except Sailor Moon are apparently killed by the DD Girls. Beryl then teleports Sailor Moon to the Dark Kingdom where she fights a brainwashed Prince Endymion, who is completely under Beryl's control But she managed to break the spell over him and he injured Beryl. Queen Metalia then combined with her and transformed her into a much bigger version of herself, but both were destroyed by Princess Serenity with Moon Prism Power. Presumably, the Dark Kingdom was destroyed as well, and all the Sailor Senshi's and Mamoru's memories were erased until Sailor Moon R.

In the Sailor V manga, the Dark Kingdom had a sub-division known as the Dark Agency. There sole main goal was to collect energy, and their reach spread further than Japan. It was run by Danburite, a subordinate of Kunzite, and was ultimately destroyed by Sailor V.

References



Dark Kingdom

Leaders Queen MetariaQueen Beryl
Shitennou JadeiteNephriteZoisiteKunzite
Neo Shitennou KaluniteHiddeniteHematiteKunzite
Youma ManeginDD Girls
Other Members Lemures Baba

Leaders Queen MetariaQueen Beryl
Shitennou JadeiteNephriteZoisiteKunzite
Queen Mio's Dark Kingdom Queen Mio (leader) • Pierrot (youma)
Other Members Dark MercuryMetaria EndymionMio Kuroki

Leaders Queen MetariaQueen Beryl
Shitennou JadeiteNephriteZoisiteKunzite
Youma MorgaFemale Instructor • Soul Shadow • Ghost Bride

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