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Chibiusa was the civilian identity of Sailor Chibi Moon, and she appeared in the anime and manga series. Her real name was Usagi, but to prevent confusion, people called her "Chibiusa" ("chibi" (ちび) meaning "small person"; "usa" (うさ) being short for "usagi" (うさぎ; "兎" in kanji), meaning "rabbit"). In Crystal Tokyo she also went by the name Usagi Small Lady Serenity.

Chibiusa belonged to the future, 30th-century Crystal Tokyo, and travelled back in time to 20th-century Tokyo initially to save her mother and again later in the story for training as a Sailor Senshi. She was the daughter of Neo-Queen Serenity and King Endymion, the future forms of Usagi Tsukino and Mamoru Chiba respectively, and the granddaughter of Queen Serenity. She had a guardian device called Luna P, and a grey kitten named Diana, who was the daughter of the moon cats Luna and Artemis.

When she first arrived in the anime continuity she was around 6 years old, while in the manga continuity she was chronologically 900, but still mentally and physically 6 years old. The delay in her aging was due to the power of the Silver Crystal and the fact that her own powers as a Senshi had not been fully awakened....

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Do you remember the one where Minako first met Artemis and became Sailor V? The Birth of Sailor V! was the first chapter of the Codename: Sailor V manga.

Minako Aino is in gym class, and spoils a perfect dismount from the high bar when she lands on a strange white cat. She wants to show off because she is in a good mood, as this is the day she plans to deliver a love letter to her senpai, Higashi.

In class, her teacher catches her eating and chides her for not paying attention and for her poor grades. The white cat watches her through the window and wonders about her, but a voice comes from the pen he carries, assuring him she is the one.

Minako is assigned to tutoring by an older student because of her poor grades, and is thrilled to find out that Higashi-senpai will be her tutor. He tells her that she would look pretty with a big red ribbon in her hair. Higashi is then called away by Haneda, and Minako wonders if she is his girlfriend, but tells herself that she can't be, but she, Minako, will be sure to win him over.

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Did You Know... Getting Started
...that the images of the fallen Moon Kingdom in Naoko Takeuchi's art were modeled after the ruins in the city of Palmyra, Syria?

...that both of the actresses who played Mistress 9 in the musicals later returned to play a Sailor Senshi?

...that in the first English dub, Queen Serenity's first voice actress was the same person who played Serena's mother?

...that when Sailor Iron Mouse removed Tetsurou Yoshinogawa's Star Seed in the original anime, he turned into Sailor Chef, a Phage with a body made of metal - or, in other words, an Iron Chef?

...that in Japan, Sailor Mercury was the most popular Sailor Senshi, although she sometimes dropped to second place in favor of Sailor Chibi Moon among younger viewers?

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