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Sailor Moon Drops (セーラームーンドロップス Sērā Mūn Doroppusu?) is the first mobile game app of the Sailor Moon franchise. It's available for Android and iOS since fall of 2015. In 2016, the game became available on the American iTunes app store.

Plot

The plot mirrors that of the 90's anime and currently, it covers the Dark Kingdom, Black Moon, Death Busters, and Dead Moon arcs in the English version; while the Japanese version covers the Dark Kingdom, Black Moon, Death Busters, Dead Moon, and Stars arcs.

Gameplay

To progress to the next plot line, Usagi has to move through steps and get through each challenge. The challenge is where the player has to match three pieces in a row in order for the pieces to vanish and the player to gain points, which increase if such a move causes more than one set to align. The player is given a set number of moves they are allowed to make in order to complete the challenge. The challenge is complete once the player gets a certain number of points. At the end of each stage, a monster appears on the final level. When confronting a monster, there will be a certain set of pieces that can deplete its HP and must be defeated within the number of moves. It also has a number set up when pieces not on the list that cause the number to decrease. When the number hits zero, it changes the list, so new set pieces are needed to damage it. 

Special Pieces

  • Stripe - Stripe pieces are created when clearing sets of four instead of three and when a Stripe piece is aligned with other pieces, the piece can clear a row or column depending on how the Stripe piece was originally aligned during its creation.
  • Popper - Created when the player makes a move that clears both a column and a row, creating a T or L shape. Poppers can clear all pieces surrounding it when activated, regardless if they match.
  • Prism - Created when matching a set of five pieces. When a Prism is switched with another piece, all pieces matching vanish from the board.
  • Paint - Created when a single move removes six pieces. It's color depends on whichever piece was set up to create it. When the Paint is swapped with another piece, all pieces matching the one switched change to the color of the painted piece.

Special Piece Combinations

Two special pieces can be combined to have greater effects on the board than just regular special pieces do. Any two adjacent gems can be swapped to combine them regardless of their color and the pieces surrounding the two special pieces.

  • Stripe + Stripe - Destroys all gems in a cross shape with a width of one gem.
  • Stripe + Popper - Destroys all gems in a cross shape with a width of three gems.
  • Stripe + Paint - All gems of the Stripe's color are changed to that of the Paint piece and all resulting gems are Stripe pieces. The resulting Stripe pieces are activated immediately.
  • Popper + Popper - Destroys a five by five square of gems twice.
  • Popper + Paint - All gems of the Popper's color are changed to that of the paint piece and all resulting gems are Popper pieces. The resulting Popper pieces are activated immediately.
  • Prism + Prism - All gems on the board are destroyed.
  • Prism + Popper - All pieces of the Popper's color are turned into Poppers and are activated immediately.
  • Prism + Stripe - All pieces of the Stripe's color are turned into Stripes and are activated immediately.
  • Prism + Paint - All pieces on the board are changed to that of the paint piece and then destroyed.
  • Paint + Paint - All pieces on the board are changed to the color of the moved paint piece and then destroyed.

Events

​The game often runs events in which the players can play special maps to obtain new characters and items for a limited time. The obtainable characters in these events are often the main characters in their civilian forms, though characters such as Sailor V and Luna in her human form have their own events as well. In addition to this, some special events can take place around holidays such as Halloween and Christmas in which the players can obtain a character in a seasonal costume, such as Haruka in a vampire costume and Usagi in a Santa outfit. Some events can also return as re-run events, giving players another chance to get the  character or giving them the opportunity to earn more items if they already have the character.

​Another important thing to note is that in addition to the event maps often varying depending on the character that can be won, some events also offer unique items that can't be found in other events. The item can be a wallpaper or, in the case of the Sailor V and Princess Kaguya's Lover events, an event-only episode. It's also worth noting that these items or attributes are mainly seen in the seasonal events. Another type of event is the bingo event, which was recently added. This type of event is where bingo cards replace the courses. Each card consist of nine levels, all of which are randomly chosen for the player to start on. The player must get a certain amount of bingos to unlock the next bingo card. In order to collect the character the bingo event is about, the player must get a black out on each card (meaning the whole card must be full bingo). 24 bingos will unlock the character to its 1-3 level; inorder to max out the character to level 5, you must get 40 bingos. Each card can has 8 bingos total. So far, there have only been two bingo events, Tuxedo Mask and Black Lady.

Login Bonus

The game first featured login bonuses on the week of Sailor Mars' birthday. This type of login bonus is called the Birthday Login Bonus, which would celebrate a specific Sailor Guardian's birthday; this would start six days before the sailor guardian's birthday and end on their birthday. Before Birthday Login Bonuses were added, the game would send a notification on the day of a sailor guardian's birthday; including Tuxedo Mask. These notifications only featured Sailor Moon and Sailor Chibi-Moon (they have the same birthday), Sailor Mercury, Sailor Mars, Sailor Jupiter, Sailor Venus, and Tuxedo Mask. The first two birthday login bonuses for the game were for Sailor Mars and Sailor Moon and Sailor Chibi-Moon; overtime, more sailor guardians had login bonuses. These bonuses provided players with growth stamps, heart stamps, and booster items. After Sailor Moon's birthday, regular login bonuses were added into the game.

These login bonuses, known as monthly login bonuses, happen every month and reward the player with time keys, heart stamps, growth stamps, booster items, and gems. There is another type of login bonus similar to monthly login bonuses, that would reward the player with prizes during certain events. So far the only events that featured a special login bonuses were the Sailor Saturn event and Manga Princess Serenity event. This type of bonus would reward the player with growth crystals, growth stamps, heart stamps, and booster items.

Characters

Playable

Characters playable in the game. Each of them have five levels and when leveled up the first time, they earn a Special Move that can be powered up when they are leveled up for the fourth and final time. Certain poses can also be unlocked once you level up a character and they can be viewed in your Collection.

Dark Kingdom

  • Sailor Moon
    • Special Move: Moon Tiara Action
      • Clears surrounding pieces and blocks
    • Upgraded Special Move: Moon Healing Escalation
      • Area of effect increased
  • Sailor Mercury
    • Special Move: Bubble Spray
      • Adds 1 Popper
    • Upgraded Special Move: Shine Aqua Illusion
      • Adds 2 Poppers
  • Sailor Mars
    • Special Move: Evil Spirit, be exorcised
      • Adds 1 Stripe
    • Upgraded Special Move: Fire Soul
      • Adds 2 Stripes
  • Sailor Jupiter
    • Special Move: Supreme Thunder
      • Clears 4-6 random pieces
    • Upgraded Special Move: Sparkling Wide Pressure
      • Clears 7-9 random pieces
  • Sailor Venus
    • Special Move: Crescent Beam
      • Occasionally clears an entire row
    • Upgraded Special Move: Venus Love Me Chain
      • Increases the success rate

Black Moon

  • Chibiusa Tsukino
    • Special Move: Moon Mark
      • Occasionally clears an entire column
    • Upgraded Special Move: Moon Mark
      • Increase the success rate
  • Sailor Moon (Crystal Star)
    • Special Move: Moon Princess Halation
      • Clears the pieces and blocks surrounding the orb
  • Sailor Pluto
    • Special Move: Chronos Typhoon
      • Clears up to 9 gems surrounding the orb
    • Upgraded Special Move: Dead Scream
      • Clears up to 15 gems surrounding the orb

Death Busters

  • Sailor Moon (Cosmic Heart)
    • Special Move: Moon Spiral Heart Attack
      • Clears twelve pieces and blocks
    • Upgraded Special Move: Moon Spiral Heart Attack
      • Clears seventeen pieces and blocks
  • Michiru Kaioh (School Uniform)
    • Special Move: Elegant Appearance
      • Clears a random row 100% of the time.
    • Upgraded Special Move: Elegant Appearance
      • Clears a random row 100% of the time and gauge fills faster
  • Haruka Ten'oh (School Uniform)
    • Special Move: Brilliant Appearance
      • Adds 1 Popper
    • Upgraded Special Move: Brilliant Appearance
      • Adds 2 Poppers

Dead Moon

  • Chibusa Tsukino (SuperS uniform)
    • Special Move: Tiny Love Rhapsody
      • Adds 1 Popper or 1 Striped Pieces
    • Upgraded Special Move: Tiny Love Rhapsody
      • Adds 2 Poppers or 2 Striped Pieces

Event Exclusive Characters

Playable characters won during Major Events.

  • Ami Mizuno (School Uniform)
    • Can be won in the "A Challenge From The Genius Ami" event.
    • Special Move: "Let's Study!"
      • Shuffles all of the pieces
    • Upgraded Special Move: "Checkmate!"
      • Fill of the orb's gauge is increased
  • Minako Aino (School Uniform)
    • Can be won during the "Minako Aino: Girl in Love" event.
    • Special Move: Eager to Please
      • Adds a Stripe
  • Usagi Tsukino (School Uniform)
    • Can be won in the "Usagi Tsukino: Wish Upon A Star" event.
    • Special Move:
  • Princess Serenity
    • Can be won during the "Princess Serenity" event.
    • Special Move: Moon Healing Escalation
      • Adds +1 Moves, +3 Time
    • Upgraded Special Move: Legendary Silver Crystal
      • Adds +2 Moves, +6 Time
  • Rei Hino (School Uniform)
    • Can be won during the "Rei Hino, School Idol" event.
    • Special Move: Evil Spirit, be exorcised
      • Adds 1 Stripe or Popper
  • Ami Mizuno (Dress)
    • Can be won during the "Ami's Day Out" event.
    • Special Move: Checkmate!
      • Adds +1 Moves, +3 Time
  • Makoto Kino (School Uniform)
    • Can be won during the "Makoto the Devoted" event.
    • Special Move: Rose Earrings
      • Adds 1 Popper
  • Haruka Tenoh (Vampire)
    • Can be won during the "Haruka's Halloween Night" event. Comes with a special music track that can be heard while playing her in puzzles.
    • Special Move: Trick or Treat!
      • Changes effects randomly
  • Michiru Kaioh (Witch)
    • Can be won during the "Michiru's Halloween Night" event. Comes with a special music track that can be heard while playing her in puzzles.
    • Special Move: Trick or Treat!
      • Changes effects randomly
  • Makoto Kino (Apron)
    • Can be won during the "Makoto's Desert Party" event.
    • Special Move: Wanna Share My Lunch?
      • Can clear an entire row
  • Sailor V
    • Can be won during the "Sailor V" event.
    • Special Move: Crescent Beam
      • Clears pieces in a V-shape
    • Upgraded Special Move: Lovely Crescent Shower
      • Clears more pieces
  • Usagi Tsukino (Santa)
    • Can be won at the end of the third course of the "Christmas Party!" event.
    • Special Move: Christmas Present!
      • Adds a Prism piece
  • Chibi-Usa (Santa)
    • Can be won at the end of the fifth course in the "Christmas Party!" event.
    • Special Move: Christmas Present!
      • Adds a Paint piece
  • Luna (Princess Kaguya's Lover)
    • Can be won during the "Princess Kaguya's Lover" event.
    • Special Move: The Lover of Princess Kaguya
      • Swap a Piece with the Skill Orb
  • Super Sailor Moon (Cosmic Heart)
    • Can be won during the "Super Sailor Moon" event.
    • Special Move: Rainbow Moon Heartache
      • Clears thirteen surrounding pieces and blocks
    • Upgrade Special Move: Rainbow Moon Heartache
      • Clears nineteen surrounding pieces and blocks
  • Sailor Neptune
    • Can be won in the "Sailor Neptune" event.
    • Special Move: Submarine Reflection
      • Clears nine surrounding pieces or blocks in a trident shape
    • Special Move: Deep Submerge
      • Clears sixteen surrounding pieces or blocks in a trident shape
  • Haruka Tenoh (Racer Gear)
    • Can be won in the "Haruka Tenoh: Brilliant Racer" event.
    • Special Move: Brilliant Racer
      • Clears a random row
  • Neo-Queen Serenity
    • Can be won in the "Future Queen: Neo-Queen Serenity' event.
    • Special Move: Legendary Silver Crystal
      • Changes all pieces to a random color
    • Upgraded Special move: Legendary Silver Crystal
      • Changes all pieces to a random color and fills gauge faster
  • Rei Hino (Shrine Maiden)
    • Can be won in the "Rei Hino: Mysterious Shrine Maiden" event.
    • Special Move: Prayer
      • Clears eight surrounding pieces, blocks, barriers, etc.
  • Princess Serenity (Manga Version)
    • Can be won in the "Princess Serenity: 1 year Anniversary" event.
    • Special Move: Moon Healing Escalation
      • Clears twelve surrounding blocks and pieces
    • Upgraded Special Move: Legendary Silver Crystal
      • Clears sixteen surrounding blocks and pieces
  • Sailor Uranus
    • Can be won in the "Sailor Uranus" event
    • Special Move: Space Sword Blaster
      • Clears eight surrounding pieces, blocks, barriers, etc.
    • Upgraded Special Move: World Shaking
      • Clears sixteen surrounding pieces, blocks, barriers, etc... in respected planetary symbol
  • Usagi Tsukino (Easter Version)
    • Can be won in the "Usagi's Happy Easter" event.
    • Special Move: Happy Easter
      • Adds +1 move or +3 seconds, and Two Striped Pieces
    • Upgraded Special Move: Happy Easter
      • Adds +2 moves or +6 seconds, and 2 Striped Pieces
  • Michiru Kaioh (Middle School Uniform)
    • Can be won in the "Michiru Kaioh: Elegant Melody" event.
    • Special Move: Elegant Melody
      • Clears eight surrounding blocks and pieces
  • Naru Osaka
    • Can be won in the "After-School Sweet Tooth" event.
    • Special Move: Let's Go Out for Parfaits Sometime!
      • +1-2 extra turns or +3-6 extra seconds
  • Haruka Tenoh (Hakama)
    • Can be won in the "Haruka's Hakama Party" event.
    • Special Move: Brilliant Aura
      • Adds +1 move or +3 seconds, and 2 Poppers
  • Sailor Saturn
    • Can be won in the "Sailor Saturn" event.
    • Special Move: Silence Glaive Surprise
      • Destroys one random gem color
    • Upgraded Special Move: Death Reborn Revolution
      • Destroys one random gem color, Special Move Gauge charges faster
  • Princess Usagi Small Lady Serenity
    • Can be won in the "Little Princess" event.
    • Special Move: Future Legendary Silver Crystal
      • Destroys one random gem color
  • Tuxedo Mask
    • Can be won in the "Tuxedo Mask" bingo event.
    • Special Move: The rose that strikes down evil
      • Destroys pieces in a small rhombus, and adds a popper
    • Upgraded Special Move: Tuxedo La Smoking Bomber
      • Destroys pieces in a large rhombus, and adds a popper
  • Seiya Kou
    • Can be won in the "Kou Seiya: Interviewing the Three Lights" event.
    • Special Move: Stage On!
      • Creates 1-2 Striped Pieces
    • Upgrade Special Move: Stage On!
      • Creates 2-3 Striped Pieces
  • Taiki Kou
    • Can be won in the "Kou Taiki: Wandering Meteor" event.
    • Special Move: Stage On!
      • Destroys pieces in a random shape
    • Upgrade Special Move: Stage On!
      • Destroys pieces in a larger random shape
  • Yaten Kou
    • Can be won in the "Kou Yaten: On Stage!" event.
    • Special Move: Stage On!
      • Destroys 7-12 random pieces
    • Upgraded Special Move: Stage On!
      • Destroys 7-12 random pieces, and fills gauge faster
  • Sailor Chibi-Moon
    • Can be won in the "Sailor Chibi-Moon" event.
    • Special Move: Pink Sugar Heart Attack
      • Successful: destroys pieces in an intersecting vertical and horizontal line like if it is two stripe pieces are combined
      • Fails: destroys four surrounding pieces
      • Surprise: destroys 3 vertical and horizontal columns like if it is a stripe and popper are combined
  • Black Lady
    • Can be won in the "Black Lady" bingo event.
    • Special Move: Black Luna-P
      • Destroys pieces in the shape of the Black Moon symbol, adds a stripe piece
    • Upgraded Special Move: Black Luna-P
      • Destroys pieces in the shape of the Black Moon symbol, adds two stripe pieces
  • Usagi Tsukino (Witch)
    • Can be won in the "Usagi's Happy Halloween" event.
    • Special Move: Trick or Treat
      • Changes 8-10 pieces to the same color, changes 18 pieces if you get a Trick
  • Hotaru Tomoe (Witch)
    • Can be won in the "Hotaru's Happy Halloween" bingo event.
    • Special Move: Trick or Treat
      • Adds 2 stripes or poppers, adds 3 if you get a Treat
  • Super Sailor Mercury
    • Can be won in the "Super Sailor Mercury" event.
    • Special Move: Mercury Aqua Rhapsody
      • Adds 3 poppers
    • Upgraded Special Move: Mercury Aqua Rhapsody
      • Adds 3 poppers, special move gauge fills faster
  • Hotaru Tomoe (Santa)
    • Can be won in the "Hotaru's Merry Christmas" event.
    • Special Move: Christmas Present!
      • Adds one paint piece
  • Mamoru Chiba (Santa)
    • Can be won in the "Mamoru Chiba: Holy Night Surprise" event.
    • Special Move: Christmas Surprise!
      • Adds one move or three seconds, and one stripe piece
  • Super Sailor Moon (Crisis Moon)
    • Can be won in the "Crisis Make Up" event.
    • Special Move: Moon Gorgeous Meditation
      • Changes one random color piece to another random color

Upcoming & Current Events 

The following are characters that are currently events in the game and or will be events. As discovered or announced by data miners, players of the Japanese version of the game, or the official site.

USA Current:

  • Super Sailor Mars
    • Can be won in the "Super Sailor Mars" bingo event.
    • Special Move: Mars Flame Sniper
      • Adds three stripe pieces

USA Upcoming:

  • Super Sailor Chibi-Moon
    • Can be won in the "Super Sailor Chibi Moon" event.
    • Special Move: Twinkle Yell
      • Adds 1 Move/3 Secs + 2 Popping Gems
  • Usagi Tsukino (Wedding dress)
    • Can be won in the "TBA" event.
    • Special Move: Together Forever...
      • TBA
  • Prince Dimande
    • Can be won in the "TBA" Labyrinth event.
    • Special Move: Power of the Evil Eye
      • TBA

Japan Current:

  • Super Sailor Neptune
    • Can be won in the "TBA" event.
    • Special Move: Submarine Violin Tide
      • TBA

Japan Upcoming:

  • Sailor Star Fighter
    • Can be won in the "TBA" event.
    • Special Move: Star Serious Laser
      • TBA
  • Sailor Star Maker (Re-run)
    • Can be won in the "TBA" event.
    • Special Move: Star Gentle Uterus
      • Destroys 7-12 random pieces, adds 1 turn or 3 seconds
    • Upgrade Special Move: Star Gentle Uterus
      • Destroys 7-12 random pieces, adds 2 turn or 6 seconds
  • Sailor Star Healer
    • Can be won in the "TBA" event.
    • Special Move: Star Sensitive Inferno
      • TBA
  • Super Sailor Uranus
    • Can be won in the "TBA" event.
    • Special Move: Space Turbulence
      • TBA
  • Super Sailor Saturn
    • Can be won in the "TBA" event.
    • Special Move: Silence Wall
      • TBA
  • Chibi-Chibi
    • Can be won in the "TBA" event.
    • Special Move: TBA
      • TBA
  • Mistress 9
    • Can be won in the "TBA" event.
    • Special Move: TBA
      • TBA

Upcoming Both:

  • Haruka Tenoh (Hakama) (Re-run)
    • Can be won in the "Haruka's Hakama Party" event.
    • Special Move: Brilliant Aura
      • Adds +1 move or +3 seconds, and 2 Poppers

Non-Playable Characters

Dark Kingdom

Some of these characters may only be relevant to this arc and don't appear in future arcs. It may also be considered the character's first cameo and may continuously appear in future arcs.

  • Luna
    • Aside from the in-game story, Luna helps the player in tutorials and such. Also included in Luna Bonus and appears alongside Artemis in the Piece Crusher booster. Her human form is the only version of herself that is playable (event exclusive).
  • Artemis
    • Appears in the Piece Crusher booster and appears in the story. Also appears in the Sailor V event episodes.
  • Queen Serenity
    • Appears in the in game story, specifically in the Dark Kingdom arc.
  • Queen Beryl
    • Antagonist in the Dark Kingdom story.
  • The Shitennou (Jadeite, Zoisite, Kunzite, and Nephrite)
    • All of them appear in the Dark Kingdom story. However, they are playable in the Crown Game Center in the Japanese version of Sailor Moon Drops (Obtainable through events only). They also appear in Prince Endymion's level 5 Special Move. In the game's files, there is a image of Nephrite holding a spoon, which was originally meant for Naru's Special Move, but was cut for some unknown reason.

Black Moon Clan

Non-playable characters that are first seen during the Black Moon arc and map. Some of these characters are only relevant to this arc and don't really appear in future ones.

  • Wiseman
    • Antagonist in the Black Moon story
  • Prince Dimande
    • Antagonist in the Black Moon story. Will be a playable character in an upcoming event in the Japanese version.
  • Saphir
    • Appears in the Black Moon episodes.
  • Rubeus
    • Appears in the Black Moon episodes.
  • Esmeraude
    • Appears in the Black Moon episodes.
  • Spectre Sisters (Koan, Berthier, Calaveras, and Petz)
    • All of them appear in the Black Moon episodes. They are also included in a wallpaper that can be gained by collecting all of its wallpaper pieces in certain lace stages in the Black Moon map.

Death Busters

Non-playable characters that are first seen during the Death Busters arc and map. Some of these characters are only relevant to this arc and don't really appear in future ones.

  • Pharaoh 90
    • Antagonist in the Death Busters episodes and map.
  • Professor Tomoe/ Germatoid
    • Antagonist in the Death Busters episodes.
  • Mistress 9
    • Appears in the Death Busters episodes. However, will be playable through a planned event in the Japanese version of the game.

Dead Moon Circus

Non-playable characters that are first seen during the Dead Moon arc and map. Some of these characters are only relevant to this arc and don't really appear in future ones.

  • Zirconia
    • Antagonist of the Dead Moon episodes.
  • Queen Nehelenia
    • Antagonist in the Dead Moon episodes.
  • Pegasus
    • Appears in the Dead Moon episodes. Helios is a playable character in the game, but his pegasus form is not. However, it does appear in Chibi-Usa's (SuperS uniform) Special Attack.
  • Diana
    • Appears in Dead Moon episodes. However she is part of Chibi-Usa's playermodel and cutscene model. She also has her own special stages.

Sailor Stars

Non-playable characters that are first seen during the Shadow Galactica/ Sailor Stars arc and map. Some of these characters are only relevant to this arc and don't really appear in future ones. This arc in currently in Japan and has not been released in the U.S yet.

  • Sailor Galaxia
    • Antagonist of the Sailor Stars episodes.

Lover of Princess Kaguya

Non-playable characters that are first seen during the Lover of Princess Kaguya event. Some of these characters are only relevant to this arc and don't really appear in future ones.

  • Princess Snow Kaguya
    • Antagonist of the event exclusive episode.
  • Kakeru
    • Appears in the Lover of Princess Kaguya event episode.
  • Himeko
    • Appears in the Lover of Princess Kaguya event episode.

Gallery

Playable Characters

In both the U.S and Japan:

Usagi Tsukino/Sailor Moon/Serenity

Usagi SMD
Usagi Tsukino (School Uniform) (Event Exclusive)
SMD SailorMoon
Sailor Moon
R SMD
Sailor Moon (Crystal Star)
S SMD
Sailor Moon (Cosmic Heart)
Super Sailor Moon SMD
Super Sailor Moon (Cosmic Heart) (Event Exclusive)
SuperS SMD
Super Sailor Moon (Crisis Compact) (Event Exclusive)
Princess Serenity SMD
Princess Serenity (Event Exclusive)
NeoQueen Serenity SMD
Neo Queen Serenity (Event Exclusive)

Ami Mizuno/Sailor Mercury

Ami SMD
Ami Mizuno (School Uniform) (Event Exclusive)
SMD SailorMercury
Sailor Mercury
SuperM SMD
Super Sailor Mercury (Event Exclusive)

Rei Hino/Sailor Mars

Rei SMD
Rei Hino (School Uniform) (Event Exclusive)
SMD SailorMars
Sailor Mars
SuperMars SMD
Super Sailor Mars (Event Exclusive)

Makoto Kino/Sailor Jupiter

Makoto SMD
Makoto Kino (School Uniform) (Event Exclusive)
SMD SailorJupiter
Sailor Jupiter
SuperJ SMD
Super Sailor Jupiter (Japan Event, coming to U.S soon)

Minako Aino/Sailor Venus/ Sailor V

Minako SMD
Minako Aino (School Uniform) (Event Exclusive)
SMD SailorVenus
Sailor Venus
Superv SMD
Super Sailor Venus (Japan Event, coming to U.S soon)
Sailor V SMD
Sailor V (Event Exclusive)

Chibi-Usa Tsukino/Sailor Chibi-Moon/Usagi Small Lady Serenity/Black Lady

Chibi-usa
Chibi-Usa Tsukino (R School Uniform)
Sailor Chibi-Moon SMD
Sailor Chibi-Moon (Event Exclusive)
SuperC SMD
Super Sailor Chibi-Moon (Event coming soon)
Princess Usagi SL Serenity SMD
Princess Usagi SL Serenity (Event Exclusive)
Black Lady SMD
Black Lady (Event Exclusive)
Chibi-Usa SuperS SMD
Chibi-Usa (SuperS Uniform)

Haruka Tenoh/Sailor Uranus

Haruka SMD
Haruka Tenoh (School Uniform)
Sailor Uranus SMD
Sailor Uranus (Event Exclusive)

Michiru Kaioh/Sailor Neptune

Michiru SMD
Michiru Kaioh (School Uniform)
Sailor Neptune SMD
Sailor Neptune (Event Exclusive)
SuperNepSMD
Super Sailor Neptune (Japan Event, coming to U.S soon)

Setsuna Meioh/Sailor Pluto

Sailor Pluto
Sailor Pluto
SPluto SMD
Super Sailor Pluto (Japan Event, coming to U.S soon)

Hotaru Tomoe/Sailor Saturn

HT SMD
Hotaru Tomoe (School Uniform) (Cutscene Only)
Sailor Saturn SMD-0
Sailor Saturn (Event Exclusive)

Mamoru Chiba/Tuxedo Mask/Endymion

MC SMD
Mamoru Chiba (Cutscene Only)
Tuxedo Mask
Tuxedo Mask (Event Exclusive)
Prince Endymion SMD
Prince Endymion (Event Exclusive)

Seiya Kou/Sailor Star Fighter

Seiya Kou SMD
Seiya Kou (Event Exclusive)

Taiki Kou/Sailor Star Maker

Taiki Kou SMD
Taiki Kou (Event Exclusive)

Yaten Kou/Sailor Star Healer

Yaten SMD
Yaten Kou (Event Exclusive)

Naru Osaka

Naru Osaka SMD
Naru Osaka (Event Exclusive)

Motoki Furuhata

Motoki Furuhata SMD
Motoki Furuhata (Japan Event, coming soon to U.S)

Luna

Luna SMD
Luna (Cutscene Only)
Human Luna SMD
Luna (Princess Kaguya Lover) (Event Exclusive)

Prince Dimande

Dimande SMD
Prince Dimande (Japan Event, coming soon to U.S)


*Character pictures provided by sailorsoapbox.tumblr.com and mintymoondrops.tumblr.com

Non-Playable Characters

Both in the U.S and Japan. Will include characters not yet released in the U.S
Luna SMD
Luna
Artemis SMD
Artemis
Queen Serenity SMD
Queen Serenity
Beryl SMD
Queen Beryl
Jadeite SMD
Jadeite
Nephrite SMD
Nephrite
Zoisite SMD
Zoisite
Kunzite SMD
Kunzite
KEndymion SMD
King Endymion
Wiseman SMD
Wiseman
Saphir SMD
Saphir
Esmeraude SMD
Esmeraude
Rubeus SMD
Rubeus
Koan SMD
Koan
Berthier SMD
Berthier
Calaveras SMD
Calaveras
Petz SMD
Petz
Tomoe SMD
Professor Tomoe/ Germatoid
Pharaoh 90 SMD
Pharaoh 90
Mistress 9 SMD
Mistress 9 (Unplayable until event)
Kaguya SMD
Princess Snow Kaguya
Kakeru SMD
Kakeru Ozora
Himeko SMD
Himeko Nayotake
Pegasus SMD
Pegasus
Zirconia SMD
Zirconia
Nehelenia SMD
Queen Nehelenia
Galaxia SMD
Sailor Galaxia

*pictures provided by mintymoondrops.tumblr.com

Game Screenshots

SMD Login Bonus
Usagi & Chibi-Usa Birthday Login Bonus
Reg Lose SMD
Regular Game Over Screen
Tux Lose SMD
Game Over Screen for Tuxedo Mask, Prince Endymion, and Mamoru
MELB SMD
Ami Birthday Login Bonus
MALB SMD
Rei Birthday Login Bonus
JLB SMD
Makoto Birthday Login Bonus
VLB SMD
Minako Birthday Login Bonus
TLB SMD
Mamoru Birthday Login Bonus
PLB SMD
Setsuna Birthday Login Bonus

App Store Screenshots

English

IMG 3581
IMG 3582
IMG 3583
IMG 3584
IMG 3585

Trivia

  • The third season of the game revolves around two story plots, the story from the anime and the story from the manga and Sailor Moon Crystal. This is apparent as in the first anime plot Pluto dies in the third season and Sailor Moon sacrifices the Holy Grail to Mistress 9, but in the game Pluto not only survives, but she along with Sailor Chibi-Moon help during the final battle against Pharaoh 90. Which in the first anime the two were absent as Chibi-Moon was at Mamoru's apartment recovering from her coma, and Pluto was killed off in the helicopter explosion. This was changed to the ending of Sailor Moon Crystal where the three outer guardian were never in a helicopter but instead showed up to the final battle with Sailor Moon and the inner guardians. And Sailor Moon never gave up the grail, instead like in the ending of crystal, she jumps into Pharaoh 90 with the grail and Silver Crystal. However Chibi-Moon and the rest of the guardians do not become Super Sailor Guardians when Saturn appears like in crystal. This was probably because season 3 of the game was in development while season 3 of Sailor Moon Crystal was airing.
  • The first season of the game has the most unlockable characters, five characters, with seasons 2,3, and 5 all have three unlockable characters, and season 4 having the least, two unlockable characters.
  • The game likes to include some elements from the manga and Sailor Moon Crystal, for example, all the Shitennou have their Four Kings of Heaven attire in the game, but are only in the Crown Game Center and Prince Endymion's level 5 special attack.
  • One of the cut pieces of the game's files is a reference to an episode of the first anime of Sailor Moon, Naru's Cry! Nephrite Dies for Love, as it is Nephrite in a purple shirt with a piece of Naru's pajamas around his arm; in his hand he is holding a spoon. Which is a reference to his death and the promise he made to Naru to have a parfait with her. Which her special attack in the game called "Let's Go Out for Parfaits Sometime!"
  • Out of all the characters in the game, there are more Sailor Moons in the game than any other character. This includes: Usagi Tsukino (Prism Brooch), Sailor Moon (Prism Brooch), Usagi Tsukino (Crystal Star), Sailor Moon (Crystal Star), Usagi Tsukino (Cosmic Heart), Sailor Moon (Cosmic Heart), Super Sailor Moon (Cosmic Heart), Usagi Tsukino (Crisis Brooch), Super Sailor Moon (Crisis Brooch), Usagi Tsukino (Eternal Brooch), Eternal Sailor Moon, Princess Serenity, Neo-Queen Serenity, Usagi Tsukino (Bride), Usagi Tsukino (Santa), Usagi Tsukino (Witch), Usagi Tsukino (Easter), Princess Serenity (Manga), Sailor Moon (Kazenban), and Usagi Tsukino (Furisode).
  • For the longest time, the in-game store where you can make micro-transactions was called the Tuxedo Mask Store, but was change to Store after Tuxedo Mask became playable in his event.
  • In the Japanese version of the game, for some unknown reason, Sailor Star Maker was added to the game towards the beginning of the Dead Moon arc; however Sailor Star Fighter and Healer were added in towards the end of the Stars arc.

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