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Diana the Moon Fairy was an unused Sailor Moon character who appeared only in two artbooks (Sailor Moon Nakayoshi Anime Album 1 and the Materials Collection) and therefore was not part of canon. The original plan was that she would be found by Sailor Moon and the Senshi of the Four Guardian Deities in the ruins of the Moon Kingdom, but she was replaced in the actual storyline by Queen Serenity. She was also intended to later accompanyUsagi and Luna. Though she was never used, the name Diana was used as the name of the future kitten of Luna andArtemis.
As she was unused, all that is known about her personality is the small amount revealed in the Materials Collection. She was said to be talkative, impertinent, and playful. The Materials Collection also mentioned that she and Luna would not get along. Her character design had blue eyes and blonde hair in an odango style, similar to Usagi’s but without the pigtails. She also had a pair of thin light blue wings and was described as being “fragile like a teardrop.”
Her costume was a lemon-colored strap-sleeved lace dress, with a bottom which always fluttered, and which tied at the back in a yellow bow. She also had a bracelet with a star charm on her left wrist, an anklet with a crescent mooncharm on her left foot, and a ring on her left ring finger. In her right ear she wore a crescent moon earring, and in her left a star earring.
Usagi vs Rei? A Nightmare in Dreamland (うさぎとレイ対決? 夢ランドの悪夢)- Nightmare in Dreamland
Japan Air Date: May 23 1992 - DUB Air Date (September 20 1995)
Usagi, Ami and Rei meet at the Hikawa Shrine to discuss strategy, but all they can do is argue. Luna pleads with them to concentrate on finding the princess, but has no new information regarding her location. Ami suggests that in the meantime they should look into other strange events, pointing out the alleged disappearance of fifty people at a new theme park called Dreamland.
In the Dark Kingdom, Queen Beryl is furious at Jadeite for letting the third Senshi appear. Jadeite promises to redeem himself with a new plan to harvest energy.
The press are demanding answers at Dreamland, but a spokesman (actually Jadeite) denies there have been any disappearances.
Cursed Buses! Fire Senshi Mars Appears (呪われたバス! 炎の戦士マーズ登場) - An Uncharmed Life
Japan Air Date: May 16 1992 - Dub Air Date: September 19 1995
While Ami waits for the bus to cram school, Naru tells Usagi about a bus that apparently disappeared near the Hikawa Shrine. Usagi and Naru recall that the shrine is famous for its amulets that ward off evil, and decide to visit it.
Rei Hino, the resident shrine maiden at Hikawa Shrine, is troubled by an evil presence. The source of this aura is none other than Jadeite, working undercover at the shrine. When Usagi arrives, Rei’s sixth sense goes haywire, and she mistakes Usagi for an evil spirit, knocking her over.
Usagi’s Misfortune! Watch Out for the Rushing Clocks (うさぎの災難! あわて時計にご用心) - Time Bomb
Japan Air Date : May 9 1992 - Dub Air Date: September 19 1995
Queen Beryl is distressed to hear that a second Sailor Senshi has appeared. In response, Jadeite comes up with a plan to increase theenergy given out by humans by making them more stressed.
Usagi takes Ami on a shopping trip. They see a new shop, Clock Look, selling discounted clocks. Usagi sees an alarm clock that looks like Luna, and wants to buy it, since she is always late for school. Unfortunately, she doesn’t have enough money, so Ami offers to call for her each morning in the future.
Is the Genius Girl a Youma? Brainwashing School of Terror (天才少女は妖魔なの? 恐怖の洗脳塾) - Computer School Blues
Japan Air Date: May 2 1992 - Dub Air Date: September 15 1995
In the Dark Kingdom, Jadeite informs Queen Beryl of his research into the Japanese education system. However, the system in question seems to be making little impact on Usagi, who is dreading her latest test results. While her mother despairs over her poor grades, Lunais frustrated by her lack of commitment in finding the princess. That night, Luna goes into the Game Center Crown and uses the Sailor Vgame to speak to an unseen contact. She reports sensing a strange aura around a girl she recently encountered, and suspects she could be one of the enemy.
The girl in question is Ami Mizuno, a student in Usagi’s school. When the mock exam results are published the next day, Ami is placed first — not just in the school, but in the whole country. Naru, Umino, Kuri, and other students are loud in their disapproval of her, thinking Ami is stuck-up and arrogant, but Usagi is not so sure. They lower their voices when they see Ami staring at them sadly.
After school, Luna follows Ami and jumps onto her shoulder, still sensing the strange aura. Usagi apologises to Ami, and wonders if Ami might be able to teach her the secret of her genius. Despite Luna’s protests, she decides to befriend her, and takes her to the game centre. Ami tries the Sailor V game and is incredibly good at it, even though she has never played before. She gets the highest score, but hurries away when she realises she is late for cram school. After she has gone, Motoki finds a floppy disk she dropped, and asks Usagi to return it.
Usagi and Luna arrive at the cram school, and discover that the disk is actually the “Crystal Disk" produced by the school, allegedly to boost intelligence. They are about to go inside when Usagi’s nemesis appears, and asks her if Luna was just talking. Usagi denies it and runs away, but still hasn’t returned the disk. Luna decides to use this opportunity to investigate Ami, and takes the disk to the computer labs at school. There they discover the disk’s true puprose: a brainwashing program from the Dark Kingdom. Luna declares that there is no doubt about it — Ami must be one of the enemy.
They return to the cram scool, and Usagi gets inside after using the Disguise Pen to disguise herself as a doctor. She warns the students to get away from the computers, and seeing Ami, transforms into Sailor Moon. But it transpires that Ami’s teacher is actually the Youma Garoben, who takes Ami hostage and attacks Sailor Moon, first with razor-sharp test papers and then with the brainwashed students. Meanwhile, she finds that the brainwashing program has no effect on Ami, and decides to kill her. At the same time, Luna seesa symbol appear on Ami’s forehead, and recognises it as the symbol of a Sailor Senshi. She gives Ami a transformation pen and Ami runs from the Youma, transforming into Sailor Mercury. Sailor Mercury uses her signature attack, Sabão Spray, to create a mist that confuses the Youma. Sailor Moon is then able to destroy the monster using Moon Tiara Action. Usagi is relieved to have Ami as her partner, but alas, she is still not forthcoming with the secret of her genius.
Usagi Learns a Lesson! The Road to Stardom is Tough (うさぎ反省! スターの道はきびしい) - So You Want to be a Superstar
Japan Air Date: April 25 1992 - Dub Air Date: September 14 1995
While Usagi, Naru, and Umino discuss the local celebrity Mikan Shiratori, Jadeite is spying on her. Naru decides she and Usagi should follow in Mikan’s footsteps and become celebrities, but quickly fall out and decide to become rivals instead. Unfortunately, Usagi is soon stuck for ideas and is reduced to attempting a comedy act with Luna. Naru enlists Umino for her singing act, and dresses him as a girl.
Mikan is showering when she is attacked by a Youma, Derella. It freezes her and steals her identity. The following day the fake Mikan assists Jadeite with the “Cinderella Caravan,” an audition for new celebrities. They send out a beam which hypnotizes everyone nearby into wanting to take part. At school, Naru says she will be auditioning, and Usagi is desperate to beat her. However, Luna refuses to be part of Usagi’s act, reminding her that she has more important things to be concerned with. Usagi is upset, and becomes even more so when she bumps into her nemesis.
At the Cinderella Caravan, all of the acts pass, even Naru and Umino. With the prospect of performing in front of an audience, Usagi’s fixated classmates begin to behave like stars, and soon start to squabble. Usagi and Luna are suspicious of their behavior, and suspect something sinister is behind the Cinderella Caravan.
Usagi and Luna sneak into the Shan Shan Plaza before the show, but find there is no audience. The Mikan clone creates a fake audience, and the hypnotized wannabes all begin to perform their acts at the same time. The “pass” stamps on their hands start to absorb their energy, and Usagi watches as they gradually faint. The fake Mikan spots her, and seeing her Youma form, Usagi runs away. Realizing that Naru and the others are in danger, she transforms into Sailor Moon.
When she returns, everyone is unconscious. She challenges the fake Mikan, who chases her around the theater and encases her in slime that sets around her. Fortunately, Tuxedo Mask throws a rose that shatters the substance, allowing Sailor Moon to break free and destroy the Youma. Everyone, including the real Mikan, wakes up, and Luna manages to (almost) get an apology from Usagi for her goofing off.
Protect the Melody of Love! Usagi is a Cupid (守れ恋の曲! うさぎはキューピッド)
Japan Air Date: April 18 1992
Jadeite shows Queen Beryl a cassette which uses high-frequency soundwaves to drain the energy of living things. With Beryl’s approval, he gives the cassette to his Youma Kyurene, instructing her to insert the high-frequency waves into human music.
Naru is playing a CD by the jazz pianist Yusuke Amade for Usagi. While Naru dreams of meeting him, Yusuke is actually nearby, outside the offices of Jam Records. Inside, Kyurene appears and plants the cassette in one of the recording studio’s tape decks, but an employee, Akiko Yanagi, comes into the studio and takes the tape, believing it to be someone else’s.
Akiko meets Yusuke in the lobby and gives him the tape. Yusuke is plainly in love with Akiko, and has even named his new song after her, but Akiko fails to notice and is quickly called away. Yusuke leaves with what he believes to be his tape, with Kyurene in pursuit.
Usagi and Luna leave Naru’s house and get caught in the rain. A frantic Yusuke collides with Usagi, and tells her that a monster is chasing him. Usagi and Luna walk with him to the club he is playing at, and he leaves her his card. Only then does Usagi realize who he is. Luna believes Yusuke is being targeted by a Youma, and says that they should keep an eye on him. Meanwhile, Jadeite is furious with Kyurene for losing the tape, and demands that she find it.
Usagi uses the Disguise Pen to get into the adults-only nightclub, and hears Yusuke play. He quickly leaves, and goes to the parking lot, where Kyurene attacks him and takes the tape. Usagi and Luna arrive and the Youma flees. Yusuke is desperate to get his tape back, and he, Usagi and Luna are soon chasing Kyurene in Yusuke’s car.
They catch up with Kyurene at Jam Records, where she has knocked out the staff and is about to return the tape. Luna tackles her and Usagi gets the tape. In response, Kyurene reveals her Youma form. As Yusuke realizes that the tape isn’t his, the Youma grabs Akiko and threatens to kill her unless they return the cassette. Usagi instead throws it into the air; Kyurene jumps for it, Yusuke pulls Akiko to safety, and Luna catches the tape and destroys it. Kyurene flees, and Usagi transforms into Sailor Moon.
Sailor Moon and Kyurene face off at the concert hall. The Youma fires soundwaves at her, but she responds by hurling a microphone into their path, amplifying them and sending them back at Kyurene. Finally, she destroys the Youma with Moon Tiara Action.
While Yusuke confesses his love to Akiko, Sailor Moon takes her leave. Soon after, Naru is lamenting that Yusuke got married. Usagi doesn’t mind though, since his new CD is dedicated to Sailor Moon.
A Youma’s Scent! Chanelas Steal Love (妖魔の香り! シャネーラは愛を盗む)
Japan Air Date: April 11 1992
Usagi is awakened from her dreams of Tuxedo Mask by Shingo, who has discovered Luna sleeping on his bed. Shingo has a fear of cats, and demands that Luna is thrown out. Usagi asks her parents if they can keep Luna as a pet, and they respond by saying that Usagi and Shingo should work it out between themselves.
In the Dark Kingdom, Jadeite informs Queen Beryl of a plan to gather energy by harnessing and enhancing human desires. Meanwhile, Luna’s attempts to get on Shingo’s good side backfire. Shingo confesses his fear of cats to his friend Mika, who shows him a new kind of pet called a chanela. The chanelas are fluffy rabbit-like creatures that emit a powerful scent, and are only sold at a newly owned pet shop, Pet Shop Perfume. The animals exhibit a hypnotic power over Shingo and Mika, and they both buy one. Once with their pets, they lose interest in anything else. When Luna tries again to get Shingo to like her, he kicks her away. Usagi’s parents decide that the family will keep both Luna and the chanela, but Shingo is still not satisfied. He goes to his room with the chanela and refuses to come out, even for school.
Many of Usagi’s classmates have also bought chanelas. They hide them when Haruna comes into the classroom, but soon cannot resist trying to look at them. When Haruna tries to confiscate the pets, the students turn violent and leave the class in protest. Usagi and Naruare suspicious of the chanelas, and Usagi decides to investigate the pet shop.
Usagi enters the shop and meets Luna, who is also investigating. Failing to heed Luna’s warnings, she falls under the spell of a chanela and takes it home. Seeing the effect it has on Usagi, Luna takes the animal away, and Usagi is returned to normal. They try to take Shingo’s chanela too, but he runs away. Usagi becomes Sailor Moon and follows him back to the pet shop. There, the assembled chanela owners come under the influence of Jadeite’s Youma, Iguara, and prepare to spread chanelas across Azabu-Juuban. Sailor Moon returns Shingo and the others to normal using Moon Tiara Stardust, and destroys the Youma with Moon Tiara Action. After the battle, Shingo follows Sailor Moon, believing she is Sailor V. Hiding from her brother, Sailor Moon introduces herself and tells Shingo to be nice to a cat he knows called Luna. Shingo complies, and completely spoils Luna from that moment on.
Usagi Will Teach You! How to Lose Weight (うさぎが教えます! スリムになる法) - Slim City
Japan Air Date: March 28 1992 - Dub Air Date: September 13 !995
Usagi discovers that she has gained weight. Both her family and Luna agree that she eats too much and doesn’t exercise, so she decides to go on a diet. Naru points out that Haruna has recently lost a lot of weight. As luck would have it, Umino has been stalking Haruna and informs the girls that she has been going to a gym called Shapely. Finding out that the gym is offering free membership, the girls sign up immediately. The gym is actually run by Jadeite, disguised as a fitness instructor. The girls are taken in by the ruse, although Usagi quickly sneaks away for a bath. The other girls are given “Shape Ray" treatment, which Jadeite assures them will reduce their weight. They emerge from the Shape Ray pods drained, but Jadeite tells them that they are more beautiful, and that they should come back tomorrow. The pods are, in fact, draining their energy.
Having lost track of Naru and the others, a hungry Usagi wanders the streets and passes out in Motoki's arms. She tells him that she is dieting, and he replies by telling her that she doesn't need to lose weight. Reassured, Usagi buys a large bag of dumplings and returns to her old eating habits. She then encounters Mamoru, who tells her the exact opposite of what Motoki told her. Luna agrees with him, and Usagi realises that all the dumplings she just ate will make it even harder to lose weight. Luna tries to point out that Gym Shapely is suspicious, and that the girls who go there are becoming dangerously thin, but Usagi is more worried about her excess calories.
While Usagi works hard in the gym, Luna sees an emaciated Haruna going into the basement. Jadeite puts her in the Shape Ray pod for another treatment, which will probably kill her. Luna knocks Usagi off an exercise bike, lures her out of the gym, and gets her to transform into Sailor Moon. They confront Jadeite, who sets three hypnotised bodybuilders on Sailor Moon while he escapes. Following Luna’s advice that fighting will help her lose weight, Sailor Moon tackles them and indirectly destroys the Shape Ray pods, then removes the hypnosis rings from the bodybuilders’ heads. While Queen Beryl congratulates Jadeite on a semi-successful plan, Usagi discovers that despite her hard work, she has gained weight.