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WikiMoon is an ongoing project to create a definitive database of information about Sailor Moon. Since it started in May 2006, the project's users have created 3,542 articles.

The goal of the project is to not only develop comprehensive information on the series itself, but the fandom as well. We'd like to provide a neutral ground for information, which takes into account multiple viewpoints but also gets to the truth behind events - eventually compiling a record of Sailor Moon fandom in the west. If you'd like to join us, then go to the Welcome page for tips on how to get started. (日本語)

Site News: Due to technical issues the wiki had to be moved and upgraded. All systems should be back to normal now. Official Twitter and Sailor Moon Forum thread links will be going up in the sidebar so should issues arise again there will be an easy way to get status updates.
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Sailor Moon Drops is a mobile phone game first released in Japan in September 2015, with an English version released in April 2016. It is a match-three puzzle game, where the player has to clear different colored gems from the board in order to achieve the level's objective, similar to games like Candy Crush. Each level allows only a certain level of moves with which to complete the objective; any moves left over at the end will earn bonus points.

The player begins with only Sailor Moon as a character, and as they advance through the levels they will see short episodes that follow the story of the series. Sailor Mercury, Sailor Mars, Sailor Jupiter, and Sailor Venus join Sailor Moon as playable characters during the course of the story, as the Sailor Senshi fight the minions of Queen Beryl, while the civilian forms of the Senshi can be obtained through special time-limited events.

The English version currently goes through the end of the Dark Kingdom arc, but the Japanese version includes levels up into the Death Busters arc.

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Do you remember the one where the Sailor Senshi first encountered the threat posed by the Death Busters? Act.27 Mugen 1 Yokan ・ Zenpen was the 27th episode of Sailor Moon Crystal.

In a place of darkness, a voice speaks of an awakening light within the "Omega Area," full of a power similar to that of the Taioron Crystal. The voice declares this place to be theirs, a place where they will create their own world. The voice orders a strange woman to prevent the awakening of the light that would destroy them, and she promises Pharaoh 90 that she will.

A girl dreams of the fall of the Silver Millennium and three shadowed Sailor Senshi as a voice warns of coming destruction. Mamoru also awakens from a dire dream, while Rei gazes into the sacred fire and wonders at the vision she saw.

Usagi is awakened from a dream of her wedding with Mamoru and realizes she is, as usual, running late. As she rushes out the door, Chibiusa watches a news report about a strange monster that attacked students from Mugen Academy, causing another student to transform into a monster....

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Did You Know... About WikiMoon
...that Fisheye hated carrots?

...that there were two versions of "Kaze mo Sora mo Kitto..." used as the ending song during Sailor Moon Sailor Stars?

...that Sailor Venus once used Akuryo Taisan against an enemy?

...that there was only one episode of the anime (episode 166) in which no attacks were used at all?

...that Kotono Mitsuishi is the only one of the Sailor Senshi voice actors from the original anime in Sailor Moon Crystal?

...that nine people have played Tuxedo Mask in the Sailor Moon musicals - eight male and one female?

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