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Fire Soul Bird appeared in several [[Sailor Moon Games|video games]], including ''[[Sailor Moon R (Super Famicom)|Sailor Moon R]]'' and ''[[Sailor Moon: Another Story]]''.
Fire Soul Bird appeared in several [[Sailor Moon Games|video games]], including ''[[Sailor Moon R (Super Famicom)|Sailor Moon R]]'', ''[[Sailor Moon: Another Story]]'', and ''[[Sailor Moon S: Jougai Rantou!? Shuyaku Soudatsusen]]''.
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[[Category: Sailor Senshi attack]]
[[Category: Anime attack]]
[[Category: Anime attack]]
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[[category: Video Game Attack]]

Revision as of 23:56, 8 March 2012

Sailor Senshi Attacks
Attack Name: Fire Soul Bird
Attack Name (kanji/kana): ファイヤー・ソウル・バード
English Name: Mars Firebird Strike
Performed by: Sailor Mars
Item Required: An ofuda
First Used (anime): The Culture Fest is for Me? Queen Rei Sings With Passion
First Used (manga): N/A

Fire Soul Bird was an upgrade to Fire Soul which caused the flames in the attack to take the shape of a bird. The attack appeared only in the anime and video games.


Fire Soul Bird in the anime

Sailor Mars first used this attack in episode 54 after the Cardian Seiren destroyed her precious music sheets. She had first tried to attack with Fire Soul, but Seiren's water attack extinguished the flames before they could destroy her. The upgraded Fire Soul Bird broke through the water and struck the Cardian in the stomach, thus releasing the energy she had collected.

To perform this attack, Sailor Mars first chanted while holding an ofuda in front of her, then threw the ofuda and yelled "Fire Soul Bird!" to release a fire ball from her index fingers. The fire then engulfed the ofuda and took the shape of a phoenix-like bird.

Fire Soul Bird appeared once more during episode 59, when it was used against Ail and An. That time the attack was performed without any chanting, and it was not powerful enough to breach the two aliens' energy shield.

Video Games

Fire Soul Bird appeared in several video games, including Sailor Moon R, Sailor Moon: Another Story, and Sailor Moon S: Jougai Rantou!? Shuyaku Soudatsusen.