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'''''Tuxedo La Smoking Bomber''''' was an attack used by [[Tuxedo Mask]] and [[King Endymion]] in the [[Sailor Moon (manga)|manga]] and [[Sera Myu|musicals]]. The attack consisted of a blast of energy that was fired from their hands and caused potentially fatal damage to their opponents. King Endymion used this attack in tandem with his present day self, but he was also shown performing it alone in the musicals.
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'''''Tuxedo La Smoking Bomber''''' was an attack used by [[Tuxedo Mask]] and [[King Endymion]] in the [[Sailor Moon (manga)|manga]] and [[Sera Myu|musicals]]. The attack consisted of a blast of energy that was fired from their hands and caused potentially fatal damage to their opponents. King Endymion used this attack in tandem with his present-day self, but he was also shown performing it alone in the musicals.
 
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==Trivia==
 
==Trivia==

Revision as of 04:44, 22 March 2012

Sailor Senshi Attacks
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Attack Name: Tuxedo La Smoking Bomber
Attack Name (kanji/kana): タキシード・ラ・スモーキング・ボンバー
English Name: Tuxedo The Smoking Bomber (Mixx manga), Tuxedo La Smoking Bomber (Kodansha manga)
Performed by: Tuxedo Mask, King Endymion
Item Required: None
First Used (anime): N/A
First Used (manga): Act 17 Black Moon Calaveras - Sailor Venus
First Used (musical): Sailor Moon S - Usagi Ai no Senshi e no Michi
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Tuxedo La Smoking Bomber
in the manga

Tuxedo La Smoking Bomber was an attack used by Tuxedo Mask and King Endymion in the manga and musicals. The attack consisted of a blast of energy that was fired from their hands and caused potentially fatal damage to their opponents. King Endymion used this attack in tandem with his present-day self, but he was also shown performing it alone in the musicals.

Trivia

  • "Smoking" means "tuxedo" or "black tie" in several languages, such as Italian, French, Dutch, and German.