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'''''Senshi of the Four Guardian Deities''''' (四守護神の戦士; lit. "Four Guardian Gods' Warriors") refers to [[Sailor Mercury]], [[Sailor Mars]], [[Sailor Jupiter]], and [[Sailor Venus]]. This was their official title in the original [[Sailor Moon (manga)|manga]], as opposed to the [[Sailor Moon Fandom|fan]]-created title "[[Inner Senshi]]." In the 2003 reprint, the title was shortened to the more simple '''Guardian Senshi''' (守護戦士; lit. "Guardian Warriors").<ref>[http://www.sailormoon.ws/archives/100703.html Analyzing the new ''Sailor Moon'' manga] - Ian Andreas Miller</ref>
 
'''''Senshi of the Four Guardian Deities''''' (四守護神の戦士; lit. "Four Guardian Gods' Warriors") refers to [[Sailor Mercury]], [[Sailor Mars]], [[Sailor Jupiter]], and [[Sailor Venus]]. This was their official title in the original [[Sailor Moon (manga)|manga]], as opposed to the [[Sailor Moon Fandom|fan]]-created title "[[Inner Senshi]]." In the 2003 reprint, the title was shortened to the more simple '''Guardian Senshi''' (守護戦士; lit. "Guardian Warriors").<ref>[http://www.sailormoon.ws/archives/100703.html Analyzing the new ''Sailor Moon'' manga] - Ian Andreas Miller</ref>
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In the [[Sailor Moon (anime)|anime]], this term was used only once, in [[The Shocking Future! Demande's Dark Ambition|episode 83]], to refer to the future forms of the same four [[Senshi]] who protected [[Crystal Tokyo]] in the [[30th Century]].
  
 
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Revision as of 09:25, 18 February 2019

Senshi of the Four Guardian Deities (四守護神の戦士; lit. "Four Guardian Gods' Warriors") refers to Sailor Mercury, Sailor Mars, Sailor Jupiter, and Sailor Venus. This was their official title in the original manga, as opposed to the fan-created title "Inner Senshi." In the 2003 reprint, the title was shortened to the more simple Guardian Senshi (守護戦士; lit. "Guardian Warriors").[1]

In the anime, this term was used only once, in episode 83, to refer to the future forms of the same four Senshi who protected Crystal Tokyo in the 30th Century.

References

  1. Analyzing the new Sailor Moon manga - Ian Andreas Miller