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[Re: Latest edit about Senshi-Shitennou pairings] Interesting materials. So I guess they attempted to partially fulfil Takeuchi's wishes by ambiguiously treating the Ami-Nephurin & Minako-Zoizoi relationships in the series? lol Anyway, I'm letting the manga experts to make any necessary edits. --210 04:03, 22 January 2007 (MST)

Could we get a reference for the Takeuchi quote, please? Kerochan no Miko 22:22, 22 January 2007 (MST)

I've heard that one of the anime information books mentioned that the Shitennou were Endymion's followers in the anime. Can anyone say which one it was and put it in the article?--Sailor Biccy 22:45, 6 December 2007 (MST)

Clean-up in PGSM section?[edit]

Some of the stuff in the PGSM section is speculation, like, "After their eventual death, the Shitennou were once more turned into stones that Mamoru kept with him." They never showed the Shitennou as stones after they appeared to Mamoru and Usagi in the netherworld; this is just an assumption based on what happened in the manga. There was never any indication that this was the case within PGSM, nor am I aware of any interviews that explained that. If there is a source, that should be cited. Also, "They also appeared at Usagi and Mamoru's wedding, though it was only Mamoru who could see them" is also speculation. They were in their Shitennou forms, but it wasn't explicitly stated who they were and weren't visible to. SailorDonut 22:51, 21 June 2010 (MST) (sorry for not signing it the first time, I still have trouble using Wiki)

Are you the Donut of the Genvid forums? Anyway, welcome here! ^^ I think you could rewrite those parts to make them not looking speculative. --210 00:00, 22 June 2010 (MST)
Yes. That most definitely needs to be cleaned up. Kerochan no Miko 00:45, 22 June 2010 (MST)
Thank you both for your feedback, I'm sorry it took me almost a year to respond XD I did a small rewrite of the section to be less speculative, please feel free to change it if you think there's still too much conjecture. --SailorDonut


The Hero Club VHS from Toei Video gave the Shitennou the following titles - Jedite: 冷酷なる戦士 (Reikokunaru senshi) "Ruthless Warrior", Nephrite: 誇り高き戦士 (Hokori takaki senshi) "Proud Warrior", Zoisite: 華麗なる戦士 (Kareinaru senshi) "Brilliant Warrior", and Kunzite: 四天王最強の男 (Shiten'nō saikyō no otoko) "Strongest of the Four Heavenly Kings". Not sure if it's something worth mentioning here or on their individual pages... but it was written on screen, so at least it's a canon source of these titles. -Corza Moon (talk) 05:49, 9 March 2020 (EDT)