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In the [[Sailor Moon (manga)|manga]], Sailor Venus was known as Princess Venus during the time of the Silver Millennium, and ruled [[Venus|her home planet]] from the [[Magellan Castle]]. In the ''Codename: Sailor V'' manga, Artemis stated that she was the incarnation of the goddess [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Venus_%28mythology%29 Venus], and [[Danburite]] confessed that when he was still [[Adonis]], one of her subjects, he had loved her in secret.  
 
In the [[Sailor Moon (manga)|manga]], Sailor Venus was known as Princess Venus during the time of the Silver Millennium, and ruled [[Venus|her home planet]] from the [[Magellan Castle]]. In the ''Codename: Sailor V'' manga, Artemis stated that she was the incarnation of the goddess [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Venus_%28mythology%29 Venus], and [[Danburite]] confessed that when he was still [[Adonis]], one of her subjects, he had loved her in secret.  
  
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Though her home was on Venus, Sailor Venus was present at the ceremony where she and the other [[Senshi of the Four Guardian Deities|Guardian Senshi]] swore to protect Princess Serenity and faced [[Queen Nehellenia]] for the first time, and then seemed to take up primary residence on the [[Moon]] in order to protect the [[Moon Princess]]. She was the leader of the Guardian Senshi, and was shown retrieving Serenity from the [[Earth]] when she visited in secret to see [[Prince Endymion]]. During the war between the Earth and the Moon, she was the one who killed [[Queen Beryl]] with the [[Holy Blade]], but she was eventually killed in turn and was reborn as Minako in the modern day.
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Though her home was on Venus, Sailor Venus was present at the ceremony where she and the other [[Guardian Senshi]] swore to protect Princess Serenity and faced [[Queen Nehellenia]] for the first time, and then seemed to take up primary residence on the [[Moon]] in order to protect the [[Moon Princess]]. She was the leader of the Guardian Senshi, and was shown retrieving Serenity from the [[Earth]] when she visited in secret to see [[Prince Endymion]]. During the war between the Earth and the Moon, she was the one who killed [[Queen Beryl]] with the [[Holy Blade]], but she was eventually killed in turn and was reborn as Minako in the modern day.
  
 
As Sailor V she fought both the Dark Agency and common criminals, becoming famous before the other Senshi ever awakened. When she finally joined with the [[Sailor Team]], she originally pretended to be the Moon Princess until Sailor Moon awoke as Princess Serenity. Sailor Venus died with the other Guardian Senshi during the battle against [[Queen Metalia]], but was later revived with the other Senshi by Sailor Moon. When the [[Black Moon Clan]] appeared she battled [[Calaveras]] and went to the [[30th Century|30th century]] to continue the fight until [[Death Phantom]] was defeated. Sailor Venus' powers were then upgraded by [[Neo-Queen Serenity]].
 
As Sailor V she fought both the Dark Agency and common criminals, becoming famous before the other Senshi ever awakened. When she finally joined with the [[Sailor Team]], she originally pretended to be the Moon Princess until Sailor Moon awoke as Princess Serenity. Sailor Venus died with the other Guardian Senshi during the battle against [[Queen Metalia]], but was later revived with the other Senshi by Sailor Moon. When the [[Black Moon Clan]] appeared she battled [[Calaveras]] and went to the [[30th Century|30th century]] to continue the fight until [[Death Phantom]] was defeated. Sailor Venus' powers were then upgraded by [[Neo-Queen Serenity]].

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