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“Wanting More Power! Mako-Chan's Lost Path”
SMSep16
力が欲しい! まこちゃんの迷い道
Pawaa ga Hoshii! Mako-chan no Mayoi Michi
Season

3, Sailor Moon S

Air Date

August 27, 1994

Writer

Katsuyuki Sumizawa

Director

Noriyo Sasaki

Prev. Ep.

Seeking Friends! Chibi Moon's Actions

Next Ep.

The Bond of Destiny! The Distant Days of Uranus

NORTH AMERICAN DUB
Title

“People Who Need People”

Air Date

July 3, 2000

Prev. Ep.

“Tainted Tea Party”

Next Ep.

“Related by Destiny”

"Wanting More Power! Mako-Chan's Lost Path" is the 16th episode of the third season of the Sailor Moon anime, and the 105th episode overall. The episode first aired in Japan on August 27, 1994. The English dub title for this episode is "People Who Need People", and the episode first aired in North America on July 3, 2000.

Summary

Believing she is not strong enough, Makoto goes to train in the mountains. Her role model, Kakusui Yakushiji, is the Daimon's target.

Plot

Changes

Changes From the Manga

Dub Changes

First Appearances

Trivia

  • This is the second time a monster-of-the-day is defeated by someone other than Sailor Moon in Sailor Moon S. In this episode, it is Sailor Jupiter that destroys the Daimon. The first time in the season was when Sailors Uranus and Neptune destroyed the Daimon in episode 90.
  • We learn that the talismans are a mirror, a sword and a stone.
  • This episode is the only episode of Sailor Moon S to have two monsters-of-the day, despite the fact that the first one to appear, Irondar, only appears in a flashback at the beginning of the episode.
  • The name of the dubbed episode might be a reference to the song "People" by Barbra Streisand.
  • Chibiusa stows away on the train with the other girls, but never appears again for the rest of the episode, nor does she return to participate in the battle.

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