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Pegasus Disappears: Wavering Friendship
ペガサスが消えた!? ゆれ動く友情
Japanese: ペガサスが消えた!? ゆれ動く友情
Romanji: Pegasasu ga Kieta!? Yure Ugoku Yuujou
Romanji Translation: Pegasus Has Disappeared!? Swaying Friendship
English Translation: Dream Believer


Writer: Ryota Yamaguchi
Director: Harume Kosaka
Japanese Air Date: December 16, 1995
North America Air Date: November 3, 2000
MOTD: PaoPao Girl
Previous Episode: Don't Lose Sight of Your Dreams: the Mirror of Truth
Next Episode: Pegasus's Secret: the Boy Who Protects the Dream World

"Pegasus Disappears: Wavering Friendship" is the 29th episode of the fourth season of the Sailor Moon anime, and the 157th episode overall. It first aired in Japan on December 16, 1995. The English dub title for this episode is "Dream Believer", and the episode first aired in North America on November 3, 2000.



Other Dub Titles

  • French: Le Doute Et L'Amitié ("Doubt and Friendship")
  • German: Vertrauen Siegt ("Trust Wins")
  • Hungarian: Az igaz barátok ("True Friends")
  • Polish: I ty możesz zostać Ikarem ("And you can become Icarus")
  • Portuguese
    • Brazilian: Pégaso Desapareceu ("Pegasus disappeared")
    • European: Amizade em Risco ("Friendship at risk")
  • Spanish
    • Mexican: El Pegaso ha Desaparecido ("The Pegasus has Disappeared")
    • European: Amistad en Peligro ("Friendship in Danger")


Changes From the Manga

Dub Changes

First Appearances


  • This episode is the only episode when Sailor Chibi Moon uses the Crystal Carillon to perform an attack and the only time Usagi and Chibiusa did not transform using Moon Crisis, Make Up together.
  • The CWi English dub's episode title is a reference to the song "Daydream Believer" by The Monkees.


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