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Sailor Pluto is one of the Outer Solar System Senshi, and is the guardian of the Space-Time Door, as well as the Senshi identity of Setsuna Meiou. This is the first live-action depiction of the original manga character, as well as the first depiction of the character in a musical production.
In the older musicals, Sailor Pluto's costume was significantly different from the anime and manga versions. The collar and top layer of her skirt were a dark shade of blue, and the underskirt was purple. Both layers of her skirt had silver trim, different from all the other Sailor Senshi (except for Saturn), although earlier versions had gold trim. Her bows, front and back, were black, as were her boots and tops of gloves. Her sailor collar did have stripes, unlike the anime and manga. Her hair was a purple-black color.
In Petite Etrangere, her costume was more faithful in the manga and anime. Her skirts, glove fittings, boots, collar, and choker were black, while her bows were brown. Her sailor fuku had gold trim, and she wore a key-adorned chain at her waist. Her hair color was green just like the anime and manga.
In the two Sailor Moon musicals, Eien Denetsu and Shin - Densetsu Kourin, there is a song called "Onna no Ronsou" ("Woman's Conflicts") where the unrequited love that Sailor Pluto has for King Endymion is explicitly stated. The actors in those musicals also played up those unrequited feelings. The song compared her love to that of Queen Beryl, showing that she empathized with the Queen's plight.
Sailor Pluto's first appearance in the musicals was in Sailor Moon S - Usagi Ai no Senshi e no Michi, where she was only seen in silhouette, and the person portraying her was actually Sailor Jupiter's actress Kanoko, holding a Garnet Rod but wearing Sailor Jupiter's costume. Sailor Pluto appeared in person in the next musical, Sailor Moon S - Henshin - Super Senshi e no Michi.
In the musicals, Pluto showed to have the abilities to manipulated time and open portals. She also performed the following attacks in various musicals:
- In the musicals, Sailor Pluto had two image songs: Stay Alone and Forbidden Hades.
- The first time she appeared, she was portrayed by Sailor Jupiter's actress holding a Garnet Rod.