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Character Information
Name: Tellu
Name (kanji/kana): テルル
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, the Witches 5
Aliases: Ruru Teruno
First Anime Appearance: Invasion From an Alternate Dimension! The Mystery of Mugen Academy
First Manga Appearance: Act 27 Mugen 1 Yokan
First PGSM Appearance: N/A
English Name: Telulu, Tellu/Lulu Teruno (Mixx manga); Tellu/Ruru Teruno (Kodansha manga, Viz dub)
Actors: Chieko Honda (anime), Naomi Ohzora (Crystal), Laura Post (Viz dub)

Tellu was the third member of the Witches 5 to appear in Sailor Moon S and the fourth member to appear in the Infinity arc. Her powers involved the use of plants.


Tellu made her debut in episode 120 of the anime, when she purposely unplugged Eudial's abandoned invention, the Witches Electric Warp, while Mimete was still inside it, thus killing her. After Mimete's demise, Tellu took over leadership of the Witches 5.

Instead of using Daimons she sold Telluns, plants that she had created with the purpose of extracting Pure Heart Crystals. She was killed by her own creation, the Hyper Tellun, after Tuxedo Mask broke her Pure Heart Crystal storage container with a rose, leaving behind her Mugen Academy student ID. This information gave the Sailor Senshi the location of the Death Busters' whereabouts.


Tellu made her entrance in Act 27 of the manga, under the guise of Ruru Teruno, a gym teacher and caretaker of the botanical garden. She was ranked at Level 404.

Tellu reverted to her Daimon form after being attacked with Pink Sugar Heart Attack, and was killed by Sailor Pluto's Dead Scream attack.



Akiko Iwasaki as

Tellu appeared in the musicals Mugen Gakuen - Mistress Labyrinth, its revision, and Un Nouveau Voyage, and was played by Mio Nunokawa, Akiko Iwasaki, and Momoko Sadachi. In the musicals, Tellu was often separated from the other Witches, as she was preoccupied with perfecting her Telluns.


  • Mandragora Buster - Tellu's primary attack in the musicals.

Video Games[edit]

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



  • Following the standard convention of naming Sailor Moon villains after minerals, Tellu's name could come from a rare oxide mineral known as tellurite, although "テルル" is the Japanese name for tellurium.