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Mercury Star Power, Make Up
Mākyurī Sutā Pawā Meiku Appu
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Star Power Stick (manga and anime)
Mercury Star Power, Make Up! is the second phrase used by Ami Mizuno which allows her to transform into Sailor Mercury. It first appeared in the original anime in episode 62, and Act 16 in the manga and Crystal.
In this transformation, Ami holds up her hand as a stream of blue sparkles swirled around it, alighting on her fingertips and turning them light blue. Her Star Power Stick appears, spinning, and as she takes a hold of it the Mercury symbol in the center of the star begins to spin. She then swept the stick over her head and around her body while a stream of blue water emitted from it, forming her leotard, gloves and boots. A sparkling ripple expanded over her body, and a rush of bubbles formed the rest of her sailor fuku, and Sailor Mercury assumes her finishing pose.
Same as Mercury Power Make Up except that she used a Star Power Stick.
Used to transform into Sailor Mercury in the Sailor Moon R game for the game console Super Nintendo. This transformation does not appear in the anime. Ami shouts out, "Mercury Star Power, Make-Up!" while posing and the screen turns white and Ami instantly transformed into her much stronger version of her standard Sailor form of Sailor Mercury.
In the musicals, the transformation happens offstage with blue neon lights, as with all but one of the musical transformations, so we don't know what it looks like.