|Moon Spiral Heart Attack |
|Romanji:||Muun Supairaru Haato Atakku|
|Items Used:||Spiral Heart Moon Rod|
|Upgraded Attack:||Rainbow Moon Heartache (as Super Sailor Moon)|
|Manga:||Act 27 Infinity 1 Premonition|
|Anime:||The Rod of Love is Born! Usagi's New Transformation|
|Crystal:||Act 27 - Infinity 1, Premonition (Part 2)|
"Moon Spiral Heart Attack" is a heart/moon-based attack that Sailor Moon used to destroy monsters in Sailor Moon S, as well as in the third arc in the manga, Crystal, the musicals and the video games.
To perform this attack, Sailor Moon would raise the legendary Spiral Heart Moon Rod to then flip it around her body until finally striking on a pose. After this, she would then spin around and once again hold the rod up again, sending a powerful blast of heart to her enemies. The last animation is a giant Heart smashing through the Daimon, which caused her to scream "Lovely".
In the manga, Sailor Moon first used this attack in Act 28 Infinity 2 Ripples to destroy the Daimon.
In the 90s anime, Sailor Moon would use this attack to destroy Daimon sent by Kaolinite and Eudial. This attack was not used against Mimete's Daimons as she had already upgraded to her 'super' form and she instead used Rainbow Moon Heartache.
Like most attacks of the previous series, the attack was used in the next arc but to no effect. Sailor Moon attempted to use it on Hawk's Eye in Sailor Moon SuperS, but he blocked it easily.
In Sailor Moon Crystal, she used it the same way she did in the manga but had a very similar attack sequence to the one in the 90s anime. However, the final effect is a giant heart enveloping the Daimon which destroys it, rather than simply crashing through the Daimon.
Moon Spiral Heart Attack was a magical attack used in Pretty Soldier Sailor Moon S for the 3DO by Sailor Moon and in Pretty Soldier Sailor Moon: Another Story
- In the Romanian dub, the attack was named only as "Moon Heart Attack".
- In the anime, this attack was overpowered or deflected by a villain on four occasions: twice by Eudial, once by U-Estern, and once by Hawk's Eye.