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Moon Kaleido Scope
ムーン・カレイド・スコープ
Muun Kareido Sukoupu

MKS

Kaleidomoonscope

Information
Users

Super Sailor Moon
Super Sailor Chibi Moon (third movie only)

Used for

Destroying Dream monsters

Attacks

Moon Gorgeous Meditation
Super Moon Target (English dub; once)

First Appearance

Meeting of Fate! The Night Where a Pegasus Flies (anime)
Act 39 - Dream 1, Eclipse Dream (manga)

The Moon Kaleidoscope, or Kaleidomoon Scope, was a weapon given to Super Sailor Moon by Pegasus in the fourth season of the anime. In the anime it was a much stronger, upgraded version of the Spiral Heart Moon Rod, and in the manga Pegasus transformed two mundane kaleidoscopes. She used it to perform the Moon Gorgeous Meditation attack with great mystical moon/dream-related abilities granted to her by Pegasus.

Manga

In the manga, Super Sailor Chibi Moon also had a smaller version of this weapon called the "Chibi Moon Kaleido Scope" (ちびムーンカレイド・スコープ), but she did not have one in the SuperS season. However, in the third and final movie, Black Dream Hole, she mysteriously acquired a smaller version of the weapon which materialized from thin air, and with it she and Super Sailor Moon both used an even stronger and more effective version of Moon Gorgeous Meditation to annihilate Queen Badiane and her Black Dream Hole in one single strike.

Anime

In the anime, this rod/scepter was pink in color, whereas in the manga it was made of glass, rendering it clear and sparkly like a true kaleidoscope. It was the only weapon in the series whose material was actually known. Both weapons had minds and wills of their own and were able to telepathically speak to their wielders in the manga, introducing themselves and explaining how to be used.

In the fifth and final season season, it was upgraded to the Eternal Tiare.

Trivia

  • In the Cloverway dub, when Pegasus first presented it, he called it the “Rainbow Moon Wand” and in the Mixx manga it was called the “Moon Kaleido Scope”.
  • The item was called the "Kaleidomoonscope" in the original anime, but in the manga it was called the “Moon Kaleidoscope".
  • In the anime, this rod was pink in color, whereas in the manga it was made of glass, rendering it clear and sparkly like a true kaleidoscope. It was the only weapon in the series whose material was actually known.
  • In Episode 117 in Dragon Ball Super during the Tournament of Power, Team Universe 2 carries a rod called the "Love Wand" that resembles the Moon Kaleido Scope as it creates a pink glow to make Brianne de Chateau transform into Lovely Love, Love Ribranne to eliminate Android 18 who is now bind with Big Amour. But Android 18 manages to break free and being assisted by Android 17 to deflect her attack with an Android Barrier and Android 18 eliminates Ribranne with a single punch to her forehead causing her to revert back into Brianne to fall into the edge below and was back on her bench with her team, crying over her loss.

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