Diana the Moon Fairy

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This article is about Diana the fairy. For Diana the cat, see Diana.
Character Information
Name: Diana the Moon Fairy
Name (kanji/kana): 月の妖精ダイアナ
Alignment: Moon Kingdom
Species: Fairy
Gender: Female
Lives: Moon Palace ruins
Occupation: Unknown
Family: Unknown
Associates: The Sailor Senshi, Luna
Aliases: None
First Anime Appearance: N/A
First Manga Appearance: N/A
First PGSM Appearance: N/A
English Name: N/A
Actors: N/A
Diana the Moon Fairy

Diana the Moon Fairy was an unused Sailor Moon character who appears only in two artbooks (Sailor Moon Nakayoshi Anime Album 1 and the Materials Collection) and therefore is not canon. She was originally planned to be found by Sailor Moon and the Senshi of the Four Guardian Deities in the ruins of the Moon Kingdom, and was replaced in the actual storyline by Queen Serenity. Originally she was going to stick with Usagi and Luna. Though she was never used, the name Diana was used as the name of the future kitten of Luna and Artemis.


As she was unused, all that is known about her personality is the small amount revealed in the Materials Collection. She was said to be talkative, impertinant, and playful. The Materials Collection also mentions that she and Luna would not get along.[1]


She would have had blue eyes and blonde hair, and her hairstyle was to be odango, similar to Usagi's but without the pigtails. She also had a pair of thin light blue wings and was described as being "fragile like a teardrop."[1]


Diana the Moon Fairy's costume was to be a lemon-colored strap-sleeved lace dress, with a bottom which always fluttered, and which tied at the back in a yellow bow. She also would have worn a bracelet with a star charm on her left wrist, an anklet with a crescent moon charm on her left foot, and a ring on her left ring finger. In her right ear she was to wear a crescent moon earring, and in her left a star earring.


  1. 1.0 1.1 Materials Collection - Translated by Alex Glover