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| PallaPalla |
|Residency:||The Dead Moon Circus tent|
|Manga:||Act 39 - Dream 1, Eclipse Dream|
Nomenclature & Etymology
Her name is derived from Pallas, one of the four major asteroids in the Asteroid Belt, keeping to the theme of our Solar System.
The name Pallas can have its roots in multiple Greek words, such as pallo (to brandish [a spear]) or palladion (any place that grants safety). But all of these words and meanings link the name to the Greek goddess of wisdom, Athena.
PallaPalla has light blue hair in a bun, light skin and blue eyes. She wears a blue one piece bikini split into three circles with darker blue balls in the centres. Her bikini is rimmed at the bottom with an orange skirt, she has many ball decorations on her such as her necklace, bracelets, on her sandals and a major part of her headpiece. She is the shortest member of the Amazon Quartet.
Pallas had what was considered the least complicated hairstyle out of the Quartet; her pale blue hair was styled into a high bun, but with a strange headdress consisting of a metallic ring around her head with four small fluted metal pipes—two brown and two white—hanging from it, each of them with a blue orb attached at the end. Her blue eyes matched the color of her hair. Her sailor uniform consisted of a white leotard with a deep blue chest bow and a pale blue star-shaped brooch affixed to it. Her stripe-less sailor collar was pale blue, her choker was pale blue, her earrings were large blue studs, and her tiara was gold with a pale blue star. She had white bubble-like sleeves with a double row of white trim and white bicep-length gloves with pale blue padding. Her skirt was pale blue with a white bow that had a slight sheen of pale blue at the back, and her footwear consisted of white knee-high boots with pale blue inverted triangular arches with yellow stars.
After the Amazoness Quartet were defeated and reverted to their Amazon Stones, they were brought to Neo-Queen Serenity by Sailor Saturn and was asked to use her power on them. As a result the Sailor Quartet appeared, and revealed that they had been sleeping in the Amazon until Sailor Chibi Moon needed them as guardians. The four Sailor Senshi then returned to their sleep until the 30th Century.
When Chibiusa (in the 30th Century), felt that Sailor Moon and everyone's lives were in danger, she transformed; determined to travel back in time and help them. At that moment, Sailor Pallas and the rest of the Sailor Quartet appeared to go tho the past with Chibi Moon. Once they arrived they found Sailor Moon, Princess Kakyuu and Sailor Chibi Chibi hanging from crosses due to their fight against Sailor Heavy Metal Papillon. The Quartet and Chibi Moon freed them, and the Quarter then destroyed the evil senshi with one attack. Later, in the battle against Sailor Chi and Sailor Phi they helped withstanding Phi's attacks, but when Sailor Moon had to fight the Solar System Senshi that were turned evil, the Quartet was defeated by a combination of Sailor Mercury's Mercury Aqua Rhapsody and Sailor Mars' Mars Flame Sniper, while attempting to shield Sailor Moon.
- She used her Amazon Stone the most: ten times in the manga.
- She is Sailor Mercury's Amazoness Quartet/Sailor Quartet counterpart.
- PallaPalla is the ball rider at the Dead Moon Circus, from which her powers are derived.
- Although her height was never specified, according to the Materials Collection, PallaPalla is the shortest one of the Amazoness Quartet.
- In TokyoPop's translation, she was named ParaPara due a translation error.