Viluy

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Character Information
Name: Viluy
Name (kanji/kana): ビリユイ
Alignment: Death Busters
Species: Humanoid
Gender: Female
Lives: Witches 5 laboratory (presumably in Tokyo)
Occupation: Member of the Witches 5
Family: Unknown
Associates: Professor Tomoe, Witches 5
Aliases: Yui Bidou
First Anime Appearance: Believe in Love! Ami, a Kind Hearted Senshi
First Manga Appearance: Act 24 Mugen 1 - Yokan
First PGSM Appearance: N/A
English Name: Byruit/Julie Bidou (anime), Viluy/Yui Bido (manga)
Actors: Yoshino Takamori (anime), Susan Aceron (dub)
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Viluy

Viluy was the fourth member of the Witches 5 to appear in Sailor Moon S, but the third member in the manga. She had power over ice and also used technology and nano robots to attack her victims.

Anime

Viluy made her appearance in episode 122 of the anime. In her civilian guise as Yui Bidou, she attended Mugen Gakuen, and was an academic rival to Ami Mizuno.

Viluy appeared as a tall young woman with long pale blue hair, and was extremely intelligent and logical. At one point she accused Ami of being too sensitive and emotional, as she only believed in logic and science, and thought that those who believed in emotion were weak. She was killed when Sailor Moon's Rainbow Moon Heart Ache attack caused her bracelet to malfunction and her nano-robots turned on her.

Attacks

Manga

In the manga, Viluy was stated to be Sailor Mercury's counterpart, and was capable of transforming into a Daimon.

As Yui Bidou, she was the leader of the science class and was ranked at Level 202. She met her demise at the hands of Sailor Uranus.

Attacks

  • Mosaic Buster

Musicals

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Yuka Kuwahara as
Viluy

Viluy appeared in the musical Mugen Gakuen - Mistress Labyrinth and its revision, and was played by Nao Futatsugi and Yuka Kuwahara.

Attacks

  • Mosaic Buster


Video Games

Viluy appeared in chapter five of the the video game Sailor Moon: Another Story, as a boss in Crystal Tokyo.

Trivia

  • Viluy is named for viluite, a silicate mineral.
  • She was nameless in the French dub and had a voice for her Viluy form (Agnès Gribe) and a different voice for her Yui Bidoh form (Amélie Morin). She was also nameless in the Hungarian dub, (which was based on the French dub); however, she only had one voice for her Viluy and Yui Bidoh forms.