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| Rei Hino |
|Aliases:||Sailor Mars, Super Sailor Mars, Princess Mars|
|Residency:||Hikawa Shrine Azabu-Juuban, Minato-ku, Tokyo, Japan|
Miko/Priestess at Hikawa Shrine
Solar System Sailor Senshi
|Remake:|| Act 2 - Ami, Sailor Mercury (cameo)|
Act 3 - Rei, Sailor Mars
|Remake Voiced By:|| Rina Sato (Japanese)|
Cristina Valenzuela (English)
Rei Hino is the civilian identity and present-day incarnation of Sailor Mars. She is a fourteen year old girl who is quiet, calm, and nice. She works as a shrine maiden at the Hikawa Shrine and goes to school at the T·A Academy for Girls.
Rei has long black hair that has a slight purple tint, purple eyes, and red earrings. She is often seen wearing her red and white miko robes, as well as her school uniform.
Sailor Mars has long hip-length black hair, and wears a Sailor fuku with a red skirt and high heels. She has a dark red ribbon above the the back of her skirt, and a dark purple ribbon on her chest. Just like the other Sailor Senshi, she wears a tiara on her forehead, with a stone of her signature color (dark red in Sailor Mars' case) in the center of it.
After the "Super" upgrade. her collar remained at one white stripe,the bottom of the shoulder pads was translucent, the back waist bow was enlarged and lengthened,her choker had a yellow star attached to it and her earrings were now six-pointed stars.
Season One: Dark Kingdom
Rei first appears in a cameo at Hikawa Shrine mediating in front her sacred fire, in Act 2.
In Act 3, she is seen meditating over fire and predicting that something very strange was about to occur. After her basic transformation into the Guardian of Fire, she attacks Jadeite with Akuryo Taisan, and easily overpowers him and his snowy attacks. In the following episode, she and the other two Sailor Soldiers encounter the Shitennou for the first time at a Masquerade Ball.
She later befriends Sailor Jupiter and Sailor Venus, who are the last two members of the quintet. To learn more about her past life as one of the four protectors of Princess Serenity, she teleports to the Moon, where she and the others come in to contact with the mystical sword and the remnants of their former homeland. When Sailor Venus grabs hold of the sword, a hologram of a silver-haired woman appears, who introduces her as Queen Serenity and mother of Sailor Moon in her previous life as Princess of the Moon. Sailor Mars suddenly recalls her time during the Silver Millennium; battling to defend the people of the Moon with all she had.
Season Two: Black Moon Clan
After defeating Queen Metalia, Sailor Mars became much stronger and more powerful after receiving her dark red-colored Star Power Stick, which greatly strengthened her pyrokinetic abilities and gave her even greater fire/flame-based attacks. Her latest fire/flame-related attack that comes with her second evolved Sailor form is Burning Mandala. Unfortunately, she was easily overpowered and captured by Rubeus of the Black Moon Clanand taken to planet Nemesis.
She is later released and uses her pyrokinetic powers to attack Prince Demande and Saphir. She is then aided by the spirit of Neo Queen Serenity (who has taken over Sailor Moon's mind) and returns to where Sailor Venus, Luna, Artemis and Sailor Pluto are waiting. She later confronts Death Phantom himself and uses Burning Mandala in conjunction with the other Sailor Senshi's own elemental attacks. Her fire/flame abilities were amplified greatly; due to Neo Queen Serenity bestowing planet power onto her.
Season Three: Death Busters
After transforming using "Mars Planet Power, Make Up," Sailor Mars faces off against a new monster that has absorbed a girl from Mugen Academy inside it. Initially, she tried to exorcise it but the Daimon was unaffected by it. Her attack, along with the other Senshi's attacks were able destroy the Daimon and save the girl. While investigating Mugen Academy with Ami, Makoto and Minako, she and the others had to fight another Daimon attacking Usagi, Chibiusa, and a mysterious girl. On her fifteenth birthday, Sailor Mars, alongside Sailor Jupiter, had to fight the Witches 5 member, Eudial. She uses Mars Snake Fire for the first time, and it seems to hurt Eudial, but the Witch was able to recover quickly from it and used more powerful fire attacks on them. The two Senshi are rescued by Sailor Venus, Sailor Mercury, and Sailor Moon, and Eudial is destroyed.
Rei possesses unusually strong spiritual powers as a priestess/miko. She can detect supernatural activity, extract and purify evil forces from others, and see vivid visions of the future and incoming threats and dangers. She also possesses the physic ability of pyromancy; the ability to see the past or future via flames and fire. Also she frequently has vivid prophetic dreams of future events while sleeping.
Her innate spiritual energies and powers are far much stronger when she is transformed into Sailor Mars.
- Mars Power, Make Up
- Mars Star Power, Make Up
- Mars Planet Power, Make Up
- Transformation Pen
- Star Power Stick
- Akuryo Taisan
- Sailor Planet Attack
- Burning Mandala
- Mars Snake Fire
- Her name is a homonym for the phrase "Spirit of Fire" which is a reference to the element she creates, controls and manipulates.
- She keeps two pet ravens, Phobos and Deimos.
- She seems calmer and more mysterious in this version; similar to Setsuna, and Hotaru.
- In her miko outfit, she bears a slight resemblance to both Kikyo or Kagome from Inuyasha in their manga-based characters.
- Sailor Mars and Tales of Berseria's main protagonist Velvet Crowe shares the same voice actresses: Rina Sato in japanese and Cristina Vee in english.