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October 15, 1994 <small>(JP)</small><br />July 10, 2000 <small>(US)</small>
 
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Pretty Soldier Sailor Moon S
SMS3
Information
Season

3

Episodes

38

Premier

March 19, 1994

Finale

February 25, 1995

Season Chronology
Sailor Moon   •   Sailor Moon R   •   Sailor Moon S   •   Sailor Moon SuperS   •   Sailor Moon Sailor Stars
Sailor Moon S is the third season of the Sailor Moon anime. It features Sailor Uranus and Sailor Neptune, with Professor Tomoe and the Death Busters as the antagonists.

Rei has been having visions about the world being destroyed by Silence. Professor Tomoe and his assistant Kaolinite seek out Pure Heart Crystals to extract from people. They are currently searching for three particular Pure Heart Crystals called Talismans that will help them rule the world. Kaolinite sends a Daimon pod into a tree to summon a Daimon Heart Snatcher named Mikusi, which extracts Rei's Pure Heart Crystal. Two unknown figures dressed as Sailor Senshi appear and destroy Mikusi, and return the Pure Heart Crystal to Rei, as it is not one of the Talismans.

Soon they meet two girls named Haruka and Michiru, who (unbeknownst to them) are the two unknown figures, Sailor Uranus and Sailor Neptune. They are also after Pure Heart Crystals, and are willing to sacrifice the lives of the three who have the Talismans to stop the Heart Snatchers, and do not want to work with the Sailor Senshi. After several failed attempts (with Makoto and Ami as two of the targets), Kaolinite and a Daimon named Cenicienta attack Usagi and extract her Pure Heart Crystal, but eventually she destroys Senishenta and they fight Kaolinite. Kaolinite is killed when Sailor Uranus uses World Shaking to reflect her crystal beam back at her and knock her over the edge of Tokyo Tower.

Eudial, one of the Witches 5, takes over for Kaolinite, and extracts people's Pure Heart Crystals with a gun, sending Daimons created in a Heart Snatcher oven to fight the Sailor Senshi and prevent their interference. During this time, Chibiusa returns from the future as Sailor Chibi Moon. After many failed attempts, she extracts Minako's Pure Heart Crystal, and against a Daimon named Doorknobder, Usagi is forced to transform into Sailor Moon in front of Haruka and Michiru, who transform into Sailor Uranus and Sailor Neptune. Doorknobder is destroyed.

Eudial discovers Haruka and Michiru to have two of the Talismans they are seeking, so she sets a trap for them on an island and extracts Sailor Neptune's Talisman. Sailor Uranus extracts her own Talisman with Eudial's gun after Usagi fights her off. The two Talismans turn into a mirror and a saber. Sailor Pluto arrives, her human form being a girl named Setsuna, and reveals the third Talisman to be the crystal ball on her staff, and she also restores the Talismans to Sailor Uranus and Sailor Neptune. Combined, the three Talismans summon the Holy Grail. Sailor Moon gets it and defeats Eudial, who is then killed when she crashes her car as a result of Mimete, another of the Witches 5, putting acid snails in her car to dissolve the brakes.

Professor Tomoe's master, the Messiah of Silence, needs Pure Heart Crystals to increase her power, so Mimete takes over for Eudial and has Daimons suck Pure Heart Crystals out of well-known young men through their mouths, but the Sailor Senshi foil each of her plans. Meanwhile, Chibiusa makes friends with Professor Tomoe's daughter, Hotaru. Usagi discovers that Kaolinite has been revived, and is now acting as Hotaru's guardian. Eventually, Mimete uses Eudial's power device to increase her size and power on a TV screen, but is killed when another of the Witches 5, Tellu, pulls the plug on her, apparently seeking revenge for taking her job from her.

Hotaru is snatched away by Kaolinite, as she is possessed by the Messiah of Silence and could transform into her or Sailor Saturn, the Sailor Senshi of destruction. Telllu uses plants called Venus Heart Traps to extract Pure Heart Crystals, but they are destroyed by Sailor Moon. She turns her final plant into a giant plant monster, but it grabs her and self-destructs, killing her. The fourth of the Witches 5, Viluy, uses a master computer to extract Pure Heart Crystals, and fights the Sailor Senshi with a nano ray from the nanocuff bracelet on her arm, but when it is damaged by Sailor Moon, the nanocuff turns on her and the nano ray dissolves her.

The last of the Witches 5, Cyprine, extracts Pure Heart Crystals with a glass statue. The Sailor Senshi fight her and her other half, Pitol, and eventually trick them into destroying each other. Kaolinite, who is given a hard time about not doing any of Tomoe's evil plans, captures Chibiusa, and the Messiah of Silence within Hotaru extracts Chibiusa's Pure Heart Crystal and awakens as Mistress 9. Sailors Uranus and Neptune are shocked as they expected Sailor Saturn. Feeling like she doesn't need her anymore, she strikes Kaorinite with lightning, killing her. She then uses the remaining Daimon pods to create several gel-like Daimons that help power a barrier around their base, Mugen Gakuen. Sailor Uranus, Sailor Neptune, and Sailor Pluto are attacked inside a helicopter, which is blown up. Sailor Pluto stops time and teleports Sailor Uranus and Sailor Neptune into the school, but is killed in the explosion. Mistress 9 brings Sailor Moon into the school to take the Holy Grail from her, and sends Professor Tomoe after Sailor Uranus and Sailor Neptune. Germatoid, the monster who possessed Tomoe turning him evil, leaves him to fight them, and is killed by Sailor Uranus.

Mistress 9 tricks Sailor Moon into giving her the Holy Grail, by pretending to go back into Hotaru. Sailors Uranus and Neptune sees past it and warns her to protect the Holy Grail. Believing that Hotaru is still there she does give up the grail and it allows Mistress 9 summons her master, Pharaoh 90, who begins to use the Silence to destroy the world. However, Hotaru is able to fight Mistress 9 from within and destroys her, transforming into Sailor Saturn. She gives back Chibiusa's Pure Heart Crystal before returning to face Sailor Moon. Sailor Saturn thanks her for protecting her, but now she's the only one who can defeat Pharaoh 90. She mentions that if she was Super Sailor Moon, she would've been a great assistance to her. Saturn enters the core and tries to use her power to destroy Pharaoh 90, but is unable to. In that moment, Sailor Uranus blames Sailor Moon for putting the world at risk as she struggled to transform into her super form, Though the Holy Grail was destroyed when Pharaoh 90 was summoned, Sailor Moon is able to transform into Super Sailor Moon with the help of her friends, Sailor Uranus and Sailor Neptune loaning her their powers and enter Pharaoh 90 and defeats him by destroying his core. The world is saved and Hotaru is reborn as a baby.

Haruka and Michiru care for a baby Hotaru for a while. Soon they give her to Professor Tomoe, who is no longer evil, and during the battle suffered amnesia, a broken arm, and a broken leg, but will make a full recovery. Chibiusa is visited by a deceased Sailor Pluto and tells her what was really going on in Hotaru's body before her rebirth. She is depressed when she leaves her, but is comforted by Professor Tomoe. She soon notices baby Hotaru in his lap and realised what Sailor Pluto said was true. During that time, Usagi and her friends are looking for Hotaru when they hear violin music coming from Haruka and Michiru. They then challenge Sailor Moon to a battle, believing her unworthy of being their future queen because of her idealisms she put the Earth at risk something that Neo Queen Serenity would never do. The Inner Senshi were outraged by their accusation and transformed. Once transformed, Venus accuses Uranus and Neptune for putting blame on their leader just because she wanted to save Hotaru. Mercury defends Venus' accusations by telling them Sailor Moon fought to the best of her abilities. They were ready to fight them, but are told to step aside by Sailor Moon. However, Sailors Uranus and Neptune are defeated when a strange light flashes from her tiara, and they finally acknowledge her as moon princess and future queen, and say that they have found the true Messiah and that Hotaru wasn't the only one she saved. They then drive off in their car. Chibiusa returns to the future, but comes back in time to help the Sailor Senshi defeat a final Daimon, Rangy.

Characters (Original Version)

  • Usagi Tsukino / Sailor Moon
  • Ami Mizuno / Sailor Mercury
  • Rei Hino / Sailor Mars
  • Makoto Kino/ Sailor Jupiter
  • Aino Minako / Sailor Venus
  • Mamoru Chiba / Tuxedo Mask
  • Chibiusa Tsukino / Sailor Chibi Moon
  • Luna
  • Artemis
  • Setsuna Meioh\ Sailor Pluto
  • Haruka Tenoh\Sailor Uranus
  • Michiru Kaiou\ Sailor Neptune
  • Kaolinite
  • Eudial
  • Mimete
  • Tellu
  • Viluy
  • Cyprine and Ptilol
  • Mistress 9
  • Pharaoh 90

Episode List

Ep. # Episode Title Original Airdates
JP US
90 83 "Premonition of World's End? Mysterious New Warriors!"
"Star Struck, Bad Luck"
March 19, 1994 (JP)
June 12, 2000 (US)
91 84 "The Rod of Love is Born! Usagi's New Transformation"
"Crystal Clear Again"
March 26, 1994 (JP)
June 13, 2000 (US)
92 85 "A Beautiful Boy? The Secret of Haruka Ten'ou"
"Driving Dangerously"
April 16, 1994 (JP)
June 14, 2000 (US)
93 86 "Usagi's Idol! The Graceful Genius Michiru"
"Bad Harmony"
April 23, 1994 (JP)
June 15, 2000 (US)
94 87 "Protect the Pure-Heart! A Three-Way Battle"
"Swept Off Her Feet"
April 30, 1994 (JP)
June 16, 2000 (US)
95 88 "Leave it to the Moon for Love Aid"
"Blinded By Love's Light"
May 7, 1994 (JP)
June 19, 2000 (US)
96 89 "Cold-Hearted Uranus? Makoto in Trouble"
"Lita Borrows Trouble"
May 7, 1994 (JP)
June 20, 2000 (US)
97 90 "The Labyrinth of Water! Ami the Targeted"
"Damp Spirits"
May 8, 1994 (JP)
June 21, 2000 (US)
98 91 "Save Friends! Moon and Uranus Join Forces"
"Friendly Foes"
May 22, 1994 (JP)
June 22, 2000 (US)
99 92 "The Kindness of a Man! Yuuichirou, Heartbroken by Rei?"
"Mixed Emotions"
May 29, 1994 (JP)
June 23, 2000 (US)
100 93 "Retire From the Sailor Senshi? Minako's Concerns"
"Individual Happiness"
June 5, 1994 (JP)
June 26, 2000 (US)
101 94 "Usagi in Tears! Glass Shoes for her Birthday"
"Birthday Blues (Part 1)"
June 12, 1994 (JP)
June 27, 2000 (US)
102 95 "The Pure Heart Stolen! Usagi's Biggest Crisis"
"Birthday Blues (Part 2)"
June 19, 1994 (JP)
June 28, 2000 (US)
103 96 "The Arrival of the Tiny Pretty Senshi"
"Hello, Sailor Mini Moon"
June 26, 1994 (JP)
June 29, 2000 (US)
104 97 "Seeking Friends! Chibi Moon's Actions"
"Tainted Tea Party"
July 3, 1994 (JP)
June 30, 2000 (US)
105 98 "Wanting More Power! Mako's Lost Path"
"People Who Need People"
July 10, 1994 (JP)
July 3, 2000 (US)
106 99 "The Bond of Destiny! The Distant Days of Uranus"
"Related By Destiny"
July 24, 1994 (JP)
July 4, 2000 (US)
107 100 "Art is an Explosion of Love! Chibiusa's First Love"
"Art Appreciation"
July 31, 1994 (JP)
July 5, 2000 (US)
108 101 "Usagi's Dance, In Time to a Waltz"
"Everything's Coming Up Rosey"
August 14, 1994 (JP)
July 6, 2000 (US)
109 102 "Shocking Moment! Mutual Identities Revealed"
"No Turning Back"
August 21, 1994 (JP)
July 7, 2000 (US)
110 103 "Death of Uranus and Neptune? Talismans Appear"
"Destiny's Arrival"

October 15, 1994 (JP)
July 10, 2000 (US)

111 104 "The Grail's Divine Power! Moon's Double Transformation"
"The Purity Chalice"
September 11, 1994 (JP)
July 11, 2000 (US)
112 105 "Who is the True Messiah? Chaos of Light and Darkness"
"Show Stoppers"
September 25, 1994 (JP)
July 12, 2000 (US)
113 106 "A House Full of Evil Presence! The Secret of the Beautiful Girl, Hotaru"
"Rini's Risky Friendship"
October 2, 1994 (JP)
July 13, 2000 (US)
114 107 "Crazy for Celebrities! Mimet, in Doubt"
"Mimet's Mess"
October 16, 1994 (JP)
July 14, 2000 (US)
115 108 "Shadow of Silence!? The Pale Glimmer of a Firefly"
"The Shadow Of Silence"
October 30, 1994 (US)
July 17, 2000 (US)
116 109 "Sunny Skies After a Storm! A Friendship Dedicated to Hotaru"
"Thorny Weather"
November 6, 1994 (JP)
July 18, 2000 (US)
117 110 "Higher, Stronger! Cheers by Usagi"
"Heightened Hazard"
November 13, 1994 (JP)
July 19, 2000 (US)
118 111 "The Battle in a Demonic Dimension! The Sailor Soldier's Bet"
"It's In The Cards"
November 20, 1994 (JP)
July 20, 2000 (US)
119 112 "Awakening of the Messiah of Silence? Stars of Destiny"
"Goodness Eclipsed"
December 4, 1994 (JP)
Summer 13, 2000 (US)
120 113 "Invasion from an Alternate Dimension! The Mystery of Mugen Academy"
"Next In Line"
December 11, 1994 (JP)
July 21, 2000 (US)
121 114 "A Mystic Flower that Steals Hearts! The Third Witch, Telulu"
"Fiendish Ferns"
December 18, 1995 (JP)
July 24, 2000 (US)
122 115 "Believe in Love! Ami, a Kind-Hearted Soldier"
"The Science Of Love"
January 21, 1995 (JP)
July 25, 2000 (US)
123 116 "Shadows of Destruction! The Awakening of the Messiah of Silence"
"Wake Up Call"
January 28, 1995 (JP)
July 26, 2000 (US)
124 117 "The Horror of the Approaching Shadow! Eight Soldiers in Tough Battle"
"Who's Really Who?"
February 4, 1995 (JP)
July 27, 2000 (US)
125 118 "A Bright Shooting Star! Saturn, and the Messiah"
"Darkness, My Old Friend"
February 11, 1995 (JP)
July 28, 2000 (US)
126 119 "A New Life! Time for Separation of the Destined Stars"
"Second Chance"
February 18, 1995 (JP)
July 31, 2000 (US)
127 120 "Self-Awareness as a Soldier! Strength Lies in the Pure Heart"
"Tough Kindness"
February 25, 1995 (JP)
August 1, 2000 (US)
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