Moon Gorgeous Meditation
Moon Gorgeous Meditation in the anime
|Attack Name:||Moon Gorgeous Meditation|
|Attack Name (kanji/kana):||ムーン・ゴージャス・メディテーション|
|English Name:||Moon Gorgeous Meditation, Super Moon Target|
|Performed by:||Sailor Moon, Sailor Chibi Moon|
|Item Required:||Kaleidomoon Scope, Eternal Tiare (musicals only)|
|First Used (anime):||Protect a Mother's Dream! The New Attack for Double Moon|
|First Used (manga):||Act 39 Yume 1 Nisshoku Dream|
Moon Gorgeous Meditation was an attack performed by Sailor Moon and Sailor Chibi Moon. In the manga, they performed this attack together or individually, using their Kaleidomoon Scopes. In the anime, the attack was a blast of energy that resembled pieces of shattered glass, which Sailor Moon used to finish off the enemy after Sailor Chibi Moon had summoned Pegasus. They also performed this attack together once in the SuperS movie.
- In the first two CWi English dubbed episodes of Sailor Moon SuperS before Pegasus charged up Sailor Moon's brooch, this attack was dubbed "Super Moon Target“, while in the German dub it was called “Flieg und sieg!” (Fly and win). In the original Japanese version, Sailor Moon did not say anything for the attack before she received the power from Pegasus.
- In the first German translation of the manga, it was translated as "Meditation des Mondes" (Meditation of the Moon). In the German dub of the anime, it was translated as "Macht der Liebe, flieg und sieg" (Power of love, fly and win). In the German dub of Sailor Moon Eternal, it was translated as "Mondsplitter, fliegt und siegt" (Moon splinters, fly and win).
- In the Spanish dub of SuperS, it was translated as "Crisis de Luna, Dame el Poder" (Moon Crisis, Give me the Power), but in Sailor Moon Eternal it was translated as "Meditación Lunar Resplandeciente" (Moon Dazzling Meditation). The first Spanish translation of the manga translated it as "Meditación Lunar" (Moon Meditation), while the second translation kept the original name.
- In the 2005 film War of the Worlds, this attack could be heard playing on a television in the background of one scene.