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Holy War in the Galaxy! Sailor Wars Legend
SMSS 194 (infobox)
銀河の聖戦! セーラーウォーズ伝説
Ginga no Seisein! Sailor Wars Densetsu
Season

5, Sailor Moon Sailor Stars

Air date

December 7, 1996

Writer

Ryota Yamaguchi

Director

Noriyo Sasaki

Monster

None

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Fireball Princess Dies Out! Galaxia Descends

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Air date

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"Holy War in the Galaxy! Sailor Wars Legend" is the 28th episode of the final season of the Sailor Moon anime and is the 194th overall. It first aired in Japan on December 7, 1996.

Summary

Princess Kakyu tells Usagi the legend of an ancient battle, the Sailor Wars, and how a legendary Sailor Senshi ended it sealing chaos away. Now Chaos (Sailor Galaxia) is back and the only way to defeat it is finding the Light of Hope that the legendary senshi has left.

Plot

Changes

Changes From the Manga

  • The Sailor Wars legend was never mentioned in the manga.
  • Sailor Tin Nyanko was never partially healed in the manga.

Trivia

  • This was the first time Sailor Galaxia's human form was shown.
  • The full animation sequence for Fighter Star Power, Make Up was featured for the first time in the anime.
  • In the rain scene where Usagi was crying over her missing boyfriend, Mamoru. She recognizes the red rose that Seiya threw on Sailor Tin Nyanko when he rescues her from becoming a victim.
  • Tuxedo Mask appears in a sillouette when Eternal Sailor Moon is in danger but the sillouette turns out to be Seiya who threw the red rose on Sailor Tin Nyanko while handing his red formal jacket before transforming into Sailor Star Fighter.

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