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In official merchandise relating to the [[Sailor Moon (anime)|anime]] and [[Sailor Moon (manga)|manga]], the term "Senshi" was translated as "Soldier," and several songs in the anime and [[Sera Myu|musicals]] included the term "Sailor Soldier" spoken in English. However, in the [[Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon|live-action series]], [[Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon Crystal|Sailor Moon Crystal]], and the re-releases of the manga and original anime, the same [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kanji kanji] was translated as "Guardian." In the [[Sailor Moon in North America#English Dub|first English dub]], they were referred to as the '''Sailor Scouts'''.
 
In official merchandise relating to the [[Sailor Moon (anime)|anime]] and [[Sailor Moon (manga)|manga]], the term "Senshi" was translated as "Soldier," and several songs in the anime and [[Sera Myu|musicals]] included the term "Sailor Soldier" spoken in English. However, in the [[Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon|live-action series]], [[Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon Crystal|Sailor Moon Crystal]], and the re-releases of the manga and original anime, the same [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kanji kanji] was translated as "Guardian." In the [[Sailor Moon in North America#English Dub|first English dub]], they were referred to as the '''Sailor Scouts'''.
  
==Magical warriors==
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==Magical Warriors==
 
Sailor Senshi may be best described as female warriors with magical powers. They were all associated with a specific planet or heavenly body, and their powers often manifested themselves as the ability to manipulate particular elements. Their association with their celestial body was generally manifested in the form of a [[planetary symbol]] which appeared on their foreheads at certain points, or appeared as a motif in their costumes or items.  
 
Sailor Senshi may be best described as female warriors with magical powers. They were all associated with a specific planet or heavenly body, and their powers often manifested themselves as the ability to manipulate particular elements. Their association with their celestial body was generally manifested in the form of a [[planetary symbol]] which appeared on their foreheads at certain points, or appeared as a motif in their costumes or items.  
  
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* [[Sailor Chaos]]
 
* [[Sailor Chaos]]
 
* [[Sailor Chibi Chibi Moon]]
 
* [[Sailor Chibi Chibi Moon]]
* [[Sailor Cosmos]] ''(manga only)''
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* [[Sailor Cosmos]]
 
* [[Kinmoku]] Senshi
 
* [[Kinmoku]] Senshi
** [[Sailor Kakyuu]] ''(manga only)''
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** [[Sailor Kakyuu]]
 
** [[Sailor Star Fighter]]
 
** [[Sailor Star Fighter]]
 
** [[Sailor Star Maker]]
 
** [[Sailor Star Maker]]
 
** [[Sailor Star Healer]]
 
** [[Sailor Star Healer]]
* [[Senshi killed by the Shadow Galactica]] ''(manga only)''
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* [[Senshi killed by the Shadow Galactica]]
 
** [[Senshi killed by the Shadow Galactica#Sailor Chuu|Sailor Chuu]]
 
** [[Senshi killed by the Shadow Galactica#Sailor Chuu|Sailor Chuu]]
 
** [[Senshi killed by the Shadow Galactica#Sailor Coronis|Sailor Coronis]]
 
** [[Senshi killed by the Shadow Galactica#Sailor Coronis|Sailor Coronis]]
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* Senshi of the [[Shadow Galactica]]
 
* Senshi of the [[Shadow Galactica]]
 
** [[Sailor Galaxia]]
 
** [[Sailor Galaxia]]
** [[Sailor Lethe]] ''(manga only)''
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** [[Sailor Lethe]]
** [[Sailor Mnemosyne]] ''(manga only)''
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** [[Sailor Mnemosyne]]
 
** [[Sailor Phi]]
 
** [[Sailor Phi]]
 
** [[Sailor Chi]]
 
** [[Sailor Chi]]
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*** [[Sailor Pewter Fox]] ''(musicals only)''
 
*** [[Sailor Pewter Fox]] ''(musicals only)''
 
*** [[Sailor Titanium Kerokko]]/[[Sailor Mitis Kerokko]] ''(musicals only)''
 
*** [[Sailor Titanium Kerokko]]/[[Sailor Mitis Kerokko]] ''(musicals only)''
** [[Phage]] ''(anime only; fake Senshi)''
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** [[Phage]] ''(fake Senshi)''
  
 
==Other and Tribute Senshi==
 
==Other and Tribute Senshi==
 
* [[Sailor V]]
 
* [[Sailor V]]
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* [[Sailor Channel]] ''(manga only)''
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* [[Sailor Guccicci]] ''(manga only)''
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* [[Sailor Tamasaburou]] ''(anime only)''
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* [[Princess Sailor Venus]] ''(live-action series only)''
 
* [[Dark Mercury]] ''(live-action series only)''
 
* [[Dark Mercury]] ''(live-action series only)''
 
* [[Princess Sailor Moon]] ''(live-action series only)''
 
* [[Princess Sailor Moon]] ''(live-action series only)''
* [[Princess Sailor Venus]] ''(live-action series only)''
 
 
 
* [[Sailor A]] ''(live-action series only; only existing in [[Ami Mizuno]]'s imagination)''
 
* [[Sailor A]] ''(live-action series only; only existing in [[Ami Mizuno]]'s imagination)''
 
* [[Sailor K]] ''(live-action series only)''
 
* [[Sailor K]] ''(live-action series only)''
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* [[Sailor M]] ''(live-action series only)''
 
* [[Sailor M]] ''(live-action series only)''
 
* [[Sailor Rabbit]] ''(live-action series only)''
 
* [[Sailor Rabbit]] ''(live-action series only)''
 
* [[Sailor Channel]] ''(manga only)''
 
* [[Sailor Guccicci]] ''(manga only)''
 
* [[Sailor Tamasaburou]] ''(anime only)''
 
 
 
* "[[Parallel Inners]]" ''("[[Parallel Sailor Moon]]" only)''
 
* "[[Parallel Inners]]" ''("[[Parallel Sailor Moon]]" only)''
 
* [[Oppositio Senshi]] ''([[Sailor Moon Games|video games]] only)''
 
* [[Oppositio Senshi]] ''([[Sailor Moon Games|video games]] only)''

Revision as of 20:42, 23 February 2018

Sailor Senshi (セーラー戦士; Sailor Soldier) is a term referring to the main female protagonists of all versions of Sailor Moon. It is often represented in the short form Senshi.

In official merchandise relating to the anime and manga, the term "Senshi" was translated as "Soldier," and several songs in the anime and musicals included the term "Sailor Soldier" spoken in English. However, in the live-action series, Sailor Moon Crystal, and the re-releases of the manga and original anime, the same kanji was translated as "Guardian." In the first English dub, they were referred to as the Sailor Scouts.

Magical Warriors

Sailor Senshi may be best described as female warriors with magical powers. They were all associated with a specific planet or heavenly body, and their powers often manifested themselves as the ability to manipulate particular elements. Their association with their celestial body was generally manifested in the form of a planetary symbol which appeared on their foreheads at certain points, or appeared as a motif in their costumes or items.

In many cases, Sailor Senshi had a civilian form in which they spent most of their time. By use of an item such as a transformation pen or brooch, they could assume their Sailor Senshi form at will. Although transforming into a Sailor Senshi usually involved nothing more radical than a change of outfit, outside observers were not usually able to recognize even close friends or family members once they had assumed Sailor Senshi form. The mechanism that caused this was not known, although it was just as effective upon Sailor Senshi themselves as it was upon non-Senshi.

Sailor Senshi of the Solar System

Sailor Senshi from Outside the Solar System

Other and Tribute Senshi


Sailor Senshi
Solar System Senshi
Sailor Moon/Princess Sailor Moon | Sailor Mercury/Dark Mercury | Sailor Mars | Sailor Jupiter | Sailor Venus/Sailor V | Sailor Chibi Moon
Sailor Uranus | Sailor Neptune | Sailor Pluto | Sailor Saturn | Sailor Juno | Sailor Ceres | Sailor Vesta | Sailor Pallas
Sailor Chibi Chibi Moon | Sailor Cosmos | Sailor Luna | Sailor Astarte
Kinmoku Senshi
Sailor Star Fighter | Sailor Star Healer | Sailor Star Maker | Sailor Kakyuu
Shadow Galactica Senshi
Sailor Galaxia | Sailor Iron Mouse | Sailor Aluminum Seiren | Sailor Lead Crow | Sailor Tin Nyanko | Sailor Heavy Metal Papillon
Sailor Pewter Fox | Sailor Titanium Kerokko | Sailor Chi | Sailor Phi | Sailor Theta | Sailor Lethe | Sailor Mnemosyne | Sailor Buttress
Senshi killed by the Shadow Galactica | Sailor Chaos