Silver Moon Crystal Power Kiss!

I like to think about Sailor Moon on a meta level, so I decided to explore the Tsukino family! redundantthinking gave me a lot of these ideas.

When Queen Serenity sent used the Ginzuishou to send Princess Serenity, Endymion and her guardians the future to be reincarnated, she didn’t just send them. It seems as if she sent her entire court and possibly even the brainwashed Earthlings (after all, they only attacked the Moon Kingdom because Metallia controlled them).

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So that got me thinking; maybe some of the civilian characters that we know and love were reincarnated from the Silver Millennium, too!

I went to the most obvious place for theorizing about possible civilians who were people of the Silver Millennium in the past: The Tsukinos. And this is what I came up with.

  • Ikuko Tsukino: Ikuko was originally Princess Serenity’s nanny; after all, the Queen of the Solar System has a lot of things that she needs to get done and can’t always be there to watch over her daughter. Ikuko was like a second mother to Serenity and the Queen deeply appreciated that she helped fill in the mother role and took care of Serenity when the Queen herself was unable to. When sending her court to be reincarnated, Queen Serenity wished that her daughter could grow up with Ikuko as her new mother and the Ginzuishou granted her wish.
  • Kenji Tsukino: Kenji was one of Serenity’s tutors, filling in for Mercury on occasion or for subjects that Mercury wasn’t as strong in. Unlike Mercury, who took a somewhat strict and very principled approach to teaching, Kenji often tried to make learning fun and came up with all sorts of games and other fun things to help Serenity learn. Because of this, he was her favorite tutor and shared a very warm, fatherly relationship with her. Because Serenity didn’t really have a father (given that we hear literally nothing about him in canon, it’s probably safe to assume that he isn’t a part of Serenity’s life during the SilMil, either because he died or for some other reason; there’re even theories that Serenity didn’t have a father, her mother reproduced asexually with the Ginzuishou), Kenji became her father-figure. Again, Queen Serenity appreciated this and so wished that Kenji could become the reborn Serenity’s father. 
  • Shingo Tsukino: I haven’t really come up with anything specific about Shingo’s exact role in the past, but I imagine that he was a child who lived in the palace (probably the son of one of the attendants or guards) and shared a sibling-like relationship with Serenity. They teased and fought with each other like real siblings, which neither Serenity nor Shingo had, and Serenity got a lot of her mischievous behavior from him. Not wanting Serenity to be an only child again, Queen Serenity wished that Shingo could be her brother. 

Queen Serenity wanted her beloved daughter to live the happiest, fullest life possible on Earth; it’s hard to imagine that she’d leave something as important as Serenity’s family, the people who would raise and care for her, up to chance. So she picked the best people possible for the job, and it worked! Serenity, now Usagi, grew up in a very happy, loving home, which enabled her to become a person who could make friends and relate to others as easily as breathing.

So I was browsing your "Original vs. Reprint" tag, and I noticed that in the reprint, THAT is when Naoko-sensei added the items to Jupiter and Mars (the potpourri belt and the fire jewel). Yet... in the original, they had neither of those. Do you think that's why we didn't get them in Crystal? Because they weren't part of the ORIGINAL release? :/

Actually, Jupiter’s potpourri belt and Mars’ fire gem were included from the very beginning… in character designs and some promotional artwork. 

So I think that Naoko originally intended to include them, but, because of time constraints (the hours that mangaka work to meet deadlines are absolutely brutal), she was forced to drop them. That’s why, when she was able to go back and redraw the series, she decided to finally include them in the regular manga. 

Mars’ gem was actually included in a lot of artwork, though, far more than Jupiter’s belt. 

I wonder if Naoko liked it more so she tried to include it?

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Headcanon: Sailor Pluto is a demigoddess

silvermoon424:

Several times throughout the series, Sailor Pluto is identified as the daughter of Chronos, the deity/personification of time (not to be confused with Cronus, although they’re very frequently mixed up).

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Mentioned even more frequently is the implication that Sailor Pluto, unlike the rest of the Sol System Senshi, isn’t quite human. She’s essentially immortal, existing outside of time and thus not bound to it the same way the rest of us are. She’s also been described as “a goddess, eternally guarding the Portal of Space and Time.” 

And, unlike the rest of the Senshi, she wasn’t living as an ordinary girl who then became a Sailor Solider. The reverse is true for her; she was living as a Sailor Soldier who then became an ordinary girl. There are hints throughout the series that “Setsuna Meioh” isn’t exactly a person in the usual sense; she wasn’t born here, she didn’t grow up here, and didn’t pass any of the regular milestones of human life. She just sort of… appeared. Setsuna Meioh is more of an alias then an identity (of course, she later settles into her role as Setsuna especially after living with the other Outer Senshi).

So, if a god (Chronos) is her father, then who is her mother? She may not even have one, considering that Greek mythology is full of unconventional births. But I’ve always had the idea that Pluto had a human mother. Naoko Takeuchi has stated that Pluto has Romani heritage (NOTE: I’ve never been able to track down the exact source of this statement but it seems to be commonly accepted in the fandom. However, I’d love to finally have an official source on this if anyone has it). Greek mythology is also absolutely saturated with stories of gods falling in love with mortals and sometimes even procreating with them (Zeus, anyone?). 

So maybe, just maybe, Chronos fell in love with a Romani woman who reciprocated his feelings and Sailor Pluto was the end result. This must have taken before or around the time of the Silver Millennium, as, in the manga, a very young Pluto was shown being given her duty by Queen Serenity. 

It’s no wonder that Pluto was the one who was chosen to guard the Door of Space-Time considering that she has the blood of a time god in her veins. On the other hand, she was able to assume a human identity thanks to her mother. 

judedeluca:

silvermoon424:

Says the Goddess of Beauty. 



At least we know she gets over it.

That’s our girl!

judedeluca:

silvermoon424:

Says the Goddess of Beauty. 

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At least we know she gets over it.

That’s our girl!

awwww-cute:

Where did my treat go?

awwww-cute:

Where did my treat go?

Says the Goddess of Beauty. 

Says the Goddess of Beauty. 

PEOPLE ARE LIKE RASPBERRIES

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kreativedragon:

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Some are dark skinned

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Some are light skinned

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Some are big and some are small

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Some look ‘complete’ and other might not be quite there

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But no matter what

If you put them together

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And blend them up

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They taste pretty darn good

I’m getting you professional help. 

worldofeternalsailormoon:

Fanart by xMarsXXX.

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Usagi and her mamas ♥︎

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Usagi and her mamas ♥︎

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