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The Dead Moon Circus tent
Member of the Amazon Trio
Fish granted humanoid form
Fish Eye appears in Act 39 of the manga. He was originally a fish, living in a stream, until PallaPalla transforms him into a human. He and the other members of the Amazon Trio work for the Amazoness Quartet and the Dead Moon Circus. After consulting his mirror, Fish Eye chooses his victim: Ami Mizuno. PallaPalla sets up a shop which immediately attracts Ami's attention. Fish Eye is sold to the girl in his fish form, because the fish reminded her of a fish on a postcard sent by her father. At home, Ami gazes into a mirror, depressed because she misses her father (an artist who left home when she was young) and she feels that she is missing a complete family.
Fish Eye sees that she is vulnerable and transforms into his human form. He asks Ami about her feelings, and she replies that she wants to be loved. He suggests that she can find happiness by being with him. Ami becomes scared and rebukes him but he calls dozens of lemures to attack her, causing her to fall into a nightmare. She soon breaks free from the nightmare and transforms into Sailor Mercury, using her newly discovered Mercury Harp and Mercury Aqua Rhapsody to destroy the mirror and the lemures. Sailor Moon and Sailor Chibi Moon then appear, and, together with Sailor Mercury, they kill Fish Eye.
- Fish Eye's hands are clawed and dragonlike.
- The name "Fish Eye" could refer to several different gemstones, including ocean jasper, the mineral apophyllites and moonstones or to any gem that is poorly cut so that the center doesn't reflect light.