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In the title of this episode in Japanese, it says, "S戦士" for Sailor Senshi. I know that Sailor Senshi is "セーラー戦士" (I'm not sure if I should put Japanese in those types of quotes), so was this a typo by a user, or was this the actual Japanese name of the episode?
 
In the title of this episode in Japanese, it says, "S戦士" for Sailor Senshi. I know that Sailor Senshi is "セーラー戦士" (I'm not sure if I should put Japanese in those types of quotes), so was this a typo by a user, or was this the actual Japanese name of the episode?
:"セーラー" is written in furigana on top of the "S" in the [http://i.imgur.com/lLPi930.png episode title card], and Kotono Mitsuishi/Usagi reads "seera senshi" accordingly, so that's definitely the name of the episode. I remember another instance when they did this, using the initial of a word in Latin letters for a name or title, something I realized recently but nevertheless I can't remember the instance in question at the moment... grrr, how frustrating.
 
 
:But anyway, I didn't give it too much importance. They probably thought it looked fancy or something and that's why they used it. The Japanese tend to think everything is a lot cooler if written in English alphabet, or at least that it will attract more attention. Well, fair enough, I guess. [[User:Silver 17|Silver]] ([[User talk:Silver 17|talk]]) 17:11, 25 April 2015 (MST)
 

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