Individual Characters

- Eternal Sailor Moon : this is the name of the third form of Sailor Moon.  This name appears in the anime, manga, and Sera Myu.

- Deimos : Deimos’ human form is shown only in the manga.  She carries a Sailor Crystal, but she is not called Sailor Deimos.

- Phobos : Phobos’ human form is shown only in the manga.  She carries a Sailor Crystal, but she is not called Sailor Phobos.

- Sailor Aluminum Seirn : she appears in the anime and manga.  The Greek term Seirn refers to a Siren from Graeco-Roman mythology.  The Japanese approximate Seirn as Seirn

- Sailor Buttress : she appears only in Sera Myu.

- Sailor Chaos : This character is mentioned only in the manga.  There is only one picture of Sailor Chaos in volume eighteen.

- Sailor Chi : this Sailor Chi appears only in the manga.

- Sailor Chi : this Sailor Chi appears only in Sera Myu.

- Sailor Chibi Chibi Moon : she appears in the anime, manga, and Sera Myu.

- Sailor Chibi Moon : she appears in the anime, manga, and Sera Myu.

- Sailor Ch : she is mentioned only in the manga.

- Sailor Cocoon : although she is never mentioned at all in the anime, manga, or Sera Myu, there is a good reason to believe she would have been mentioned in the manga.  In that continuity, the other members of the Sailor Anima-Mates come from different planets.  Each of those planets was represented by a sailor soldier who had a name that contained to the name of her planet.  Sailor Tin Nyanko, one of the Sailor Anima-Mates, originally came from the planet Mau, and Sailor Mau represented the planet Mau.  That pattern suggests that since Sailor Heavy Metal Papillon comes from the planet Cocoon,  the sailor soldier of that planet would be Sailor Cocoon.

     Some fans may argue that since Sailor Heavy Metal Papillon’s name does not contain a specific elemental name of a metal (such as iron), the sailor soldier of the planet Cocoon may not be named Sailor Cocoon.  It is true that “Heavy Metal” is not a specific elemental name of a metal.  However, that fact does not mean that, in Sailor Heavy Metal Papillon’s case, the name of the sailor soldier of her planet would be different from what the pattern is suggesting: Sailor Cocoon.

- Sailor Coronis : she is mentioned only in the manga.

- Sailor Cosmos : she appears only in the manga.

- Sailor Galaxia : she appears in the anime, manga, and Sera Myu.

- Sailor Heavy Metal Papillon : she appears in the anime and manga.  Papillon means butterfly in French.

- Sailor Iron Mouse : she appears in the anime, manga, and Sera Myu.

- Sailor Jupiter : she appears in the anime, manga, and Sera Myu.

- Sailor Kaky : she becomes a sailor soldier only in the manga.  She is not called Sailor Kinmoku!

- Sailor Lead Crow : she appears in the anime and manga.

- Sailor Lethe : she appears only in the manga.

- Sailor Mars : she appears in the anime, manga, and Sera Myu.

- Sailor Mau : she is mentioned only in the manga.

- Sailor Mercury : she appears in the anime, manga, and Sera Myu.

- Sailor Mermaid : she is mentioned only in the manga.

- Sailor Metal Papillon : this is what Sailor Heavy Metal Papillon is called in the Materials Collection.

- Sailor Mit Kerokko : she appears only in Sera Myu.  The term mto is an abbreviation of mtis, which refers to mitis metalMtis means mild or mellow in Latin.

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