Talk:Sailor Chaos

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When Galaxia turns all black in the anime is she called Sailor Choas?--Sakky 18:31, 14 October 2006 (MST)

Sorry I can't remember that. On another note, this has a parallel w/ the Book of Revelation in the Bible: Satan won't be eliminated but sealed for the time being, then it'll come back & stir up war in the human world. --210 18:56, 14 October 2006 (MST)
There are a lot of biblical references in the story I think. ^^; I will have to dig out my Stars tapes and see what they actually call her, if anything. I know that the Light of Hope tells Usagi that Chaos has consumed her body but I don't know if she is specifically called "Sailor Chaos." I do know that some fans refer to her black form as Sailor Choas though so it might at least be trivia.--Sakky 19:31, 14 October 2006 (MST)
I don't think they specifically called her anything after she turned into the "black" form, though IIRC it was kind of implied that was Chaos taking over. I'd say trivia note. Kerochan no Miko 19:47, 14 October 2006 (MST)
The chaos possessed form is called Chaos Galaxia, it's actually noted on an trading card that shows Sailor Galaxia, "Good" Galaxia, and Chaos Galaxia. Sorry forgot to sign.
This is the image by the way:
Wow, after more than 1 yr., this Amada card finally provides the answer! Thx for the info. ^^ --210 04:37, 28 November 2007 (MST)
Don't know if this is entirely relevant since it's not exactly a canon source, but the Materials collection artbook did mention this: "When Galaxia removes these bracelets, her true power appears. She becomes Sailor Chaos." It seems to have been changed in the final story since Galaxia died when her bracelets broke off, but do you think it's worth mentioning? Yumecosmos 18:56, 4 November 2009 (MST)
Yes. Silver 13:06, 6 November 2009 (MST)

I changed "Sailor Chaos was allowed to come into existence because Sailor Moon did not destroy Chaos and the Cauldron when she had the chance", to "Sailor Chaos was allowed to come into existence partly because Sailor Moon chose not destroy Chaos and the Cauldron when she had the chance"; because Sailor Moon's action can't be solely made responsible for that fact: it took Chaos own action as well as circumstances in the future which are not revealed. For all we know, other people's actions or lack there of in the future could also have allowed or encouraged the birth of Sailor Chaos, with or without Sailor Cosmos' knowledge. Saying she was allowed into existence because of Sailor Moon's action is like implying the birth of Sailor Chaos was the logical consequence of preserving the Cauldron, the result of its natural evolution, when we don't know for sure if any other outside elements that could have taken part in the process.CosmicUsagi 22:39, 2 May 2008 (MST)

You know you don't have to justify every edit that you make, right...? Kerochan no Miko 08:14, 3 May 2008 (MST)
Yes; I just felt it necesary in this particular case.CosmicUsagi 18:23, 4 May 2008 (MST)

Memorial Music Box Booklet...[edit]

Should we make a note about the name セーラーカオス (and セーラーコスモス, incidentally) appearing in that booklet? I mean, it's not much of an informative official source, but obviously an anime-related one. --YnK 05:45, 25 February 2012 (MST)

I wasn't aware they appeared in that booklet. Where, how, in what context? Kerochan no Miko 09:47, 25 February 2012 (MST)
Part of that booklet is dedicated to listing the show's background music from the CDs, to help searching for BGM from a specific scene. One list is broken down by seasons, every piece of BGM has a short description and an associated track number from the CDs; another one lists BGM from each episode, with references to the first list. This line comes from the Stars BGM section:
強大な敵セーラーカオスの出現 (セーラーギャラクシアの封印が解け変身)
Notice the part in brackets. The referenced scene is from ep.200 - that's the only episode where that BGM is listed.
Cosmos is a bit more complicated, though - her theme is described as セーラーコスモス 究極の母性 ("The Ultimate Motherhood"?!), and it is also from ep.200, right after the subtitle... which is the scene where Usagi accepts the Light of Hope.
So, I guess this doesn't make the situation any better... --YnK 11:14, 25 February 2012 (MST)