| Moonlight Attractive Attack |
|Romanji:||Muunraito Atorakutibu Atakku|
|Items Used:|| Moonlight Stick (Sailor Moon)|
Star Tambourines (Mercury, Mars, Jupiter, and Venus)
|User(s):||Inner Sailor Guardians|
|Live Action:||Act 28 - Welcome Home, Ami!|
"Moonlight Attractive Attack" is a moonlight-based attack performed by all of the Inner Sailor Guardians together in Act 28. Sailor Moon holds up her Moonlight Stick, while Sailor Jupiter, Venus, Mars, and Mercury hold up their Star Tambourines. Their power comes together to form an attack.
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