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Moonlight Attractive Attack
ムーンライト・アトラクティブ・アタック
Mūnraito Atorakutibu Atakku
Information
Users

Inner Sailor Senshi

Items Used

Moonlight Stick (Sailor Moon)
Star Tambourines (Mercury, Mars, Jupiter, and Venus)

Upgrades

None

First Appearance

Act 28 - Welcome Back, Ami!

Moonlight Attractive Attack is a PGSM only attack performed by all of the Inner Senshi 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.

Videos

Moonlight Attractive Attack – PGSM

Moonlight Attractive Attack – PGSM

Moonlight Attractive Attack – PGSM (second Version)

Moonlight Attractive Attack – PGSM (second Version)

Trivia

  • The rainbow has a place in legend due to its beauty and the difficulty in explaining the phenomenon before the work of Descartes in the 17th century.
  • In Greek mythology, the rainbow was considered to be a path made by a messenger (Iris) between Earth and Heaven. In Chinese mythology, the rainbow was a slit in the sky sealed by Goddess Nüwa using stones of five different colours. In Hindu mythology, the rainbow is called Indradhanush, meaning the bow of Indra, the God of lightning and thunder. In Norse Mythology, a rainbow called the Bifröst Bridge connects the realms of Ásgard and Midgard, homes of the gods and humans, respectively. The Irish leprechaun's secret hiding place for his pot of gold is usually said to be at the end of the rainbow. This place is impossible to reach, because the rainbow is an optical effect which depends on the location of the viewer. When walking towards the end of a rainbow, it will move further away.
  • In the Bible, the rainbow is a symbol of the covenant between God and man, and God's promise to Noah that he would never again flood the entire Earth. The Rainbow has even become the symbol for a modern movement within Judaism called B'nei Noah. B'nei Noah are non-Jews who continue to follow in the ways of their ancestor Noah. The Noahide movement has its roots in Jewish Tradition, specifically the Talmud. The rainbow body is an important concept in Tibetan Buddhism.
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