Rolling Heart Vibration
Rouringu Haato Baibureashon

Rolling Heart Vibration

Rolling heart Vibration (anime)

Rolling Heart VibrationAnimated




Sailor Venus




Venus Love and Beauty Shock

First Appearance

Act 12 - Enemy, Queen Metaria (manga series)
Act 46 - Sailor Venus Awakens her Senshi Powers (live-action series)
Act 18-Invasion, Sailor Venus (Crystal)

"Rolling Heart Vibration" is a light/heart-based attack used by Sailor Venus in the manga, live-action series, Sailor Moon Crystal, and a few video games.


In the manga, Sailor Venus cries out to her home planet, Venus, and then gains the ability to perform the Rolling Heart Vibration attack. A dark coloured heart appears in her hand and she directs it straight to the opponent, with the heart forming vibration-like patterns as it moves forward. She only uses it once to defend Sailor Moon against Tuxedo Mask while he was under the control of the Dark Kingdom.


Rolling Heart Vibration was only used once by Sailor Venus in the live-action series; in Act 46, after finally awakening her Senshi powers, she used it against a powerful youma possessed by Queen Metalia. While using this attack, she formed a heart shape with her fingers and thumbs, moved her hands in a circle, raised her hands in a V-shape above her head, and sent forth multicolored hearts at her target.

Rolling Heart Vibration-0

Rolling Heart Vibration-0


This attack was first used in Act 18 against Calaveras. Sailor Venus raises her hand and a golden heart appears on her palm. She brings down her hand and forces the heart to spin rapidly. She then cries out " Rolling Heart Vibration! " and sends the heart straight at the enemy. This attack was dodged by Calaveras.

Rolling Heart Vibration - Crystal

Rolling Heart Vibration - Crystal

Video Games

Sailor Venus also uses this attack in the Pretty Soldier Sailor Moon, Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon R, and Pretty Soldier Sailor Moon S.



  • Venus Love and Beauty Shock, when used in the first anime, appeared similar to Rolling Heart Vibration.
  • In Sailor Moon Crystal this attack was only used once and, ironically, was a miss.
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