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The name given for this item is incorrect. "Rainbow Moon Cálice" is Bandai's name for the item that most people call "The Holy Grail" (the item that Sailor Moon initially uses to transform into Super Sailor Moon). Unless I'm mistaken, this item (the upgraded form of the "Rainbow Moon Cálice") was never named at all in the manga. However, the toy form released by Bandai was called the "Holy Moon Cálice". So the "Holy Moon Cálice" and "Rainbow Moon Cálice" pages should be combined, since they're the same item and the item was never called "Rainbow Moon Cálice", and a note should be added that the name "Holy Moon Cálice" was only used for the toy and was not used in the manga. Also, the spelling is incorrect - the word is Cálice (the Portuguese word for "Chalice"), not "Chalice". It is written this way in Roman letters on the box of the "Rainbow Moon Cálice" toy, and although it isn't written in Roman letters on the box of the "Holy Moon Cálice" toy, on both boxes the word is written in Japanese as "カリス" ["karisu"], which is a transliteration of "Cálice", not "Chalice" (which would be written as "チャリス", "charisu"). [[User:Maboroshi|Maboroshi]] 02:33, 5 September 2007 (MST)
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Is it a mistake that the kana says 'Eternal Moon Article' rather than 'Rainbow Moon Chalice'? I was under the impression that the former was her transformation locket in the SMStars arc of the anime.--[[User:The sweet|Azurite]] 07:03, 18 January 2007 (MST)
 
Is it a mistake that the kana says 'Eternal Moon Article' rather than 'Rainbow Moon Chalice'? I was under the impression that the former was her transformation locket in the SMStars arc of the anime.--[[User:The sweet|Azurite]] 07:03, 18 January 2007 (MST)
  

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Name of the Item

The name given for this item is incorrect. "Rainbow Moon Cálice" is Bandai's name for the item that most people call "The Holy Grail" (the item that Sailor Moon initially uses to transform into Super Sailor Moon). Unless I'm mistaken, this item (the upgraded form of the "Rainbow Moon Cálice") was never named at all in the manga. However, the toy form released by Bandai was called the "Holy Moon Cálice". So the "Holy Moon Cálice" and "Rainbow Moon Cálice" pages should be combined, since they're the same item and the item was never called "Rainbow Moon Cálice", and a note should be added that the name "Holy Moon Cálice" was only used for the toy and was not used in the manga. Also, the spelling is incorrect - the word is Cálice (the Portuguese word for "Chalice"), not "Chalice". It is written this way in Roman letters on the box of the "Rainbow Moon Cálice" toy, and although it isn't written in Roman letters on the box of the "Holy Moon Cálice" toy, on both boxes the word is written in Japanese as "カリス" ["karisu"], which is a transliteration of "Cálice", not "Chalice" (which would be written as "チャリス", "charisu"). Maboroshi 02:33, 5 September 2007 (MST)


Is it a mistake that the kana says 'Eternal Moon Article' rather than 'Rainbow Moon Chalice'? I was under the impression that the former was her transformation locket in the SMStars arc of the anime.--Azurite 07:03, 18 January 2007 (MST)

Should a picture of the unknown chalice-look-alike object from the anime be included in the article? I say yes, but then again I could be bias, because the image originally provided by Sikon is so amazingly clear and beautiful I have this urge to show it to the world. --Secretss 23:20, 11 May 2007 (MST)

I personally vote no, because it isn't actually a Rainbow Moon Chalice so therefore doesn't need to be pictured in an article about that. Kerochan no Miko 01:39, 12 May 2007 (MST)

I found this on Sailor Moon Toys. Looks like that un-named object might be called the Holy Moon Chalice. -Jeanine

Yeah, I think so - would you modify the article accordingly? ^^ --210 18:48, 12 June 2007 (MST)
I'll do it. I believe it's Holy Moon Cálice in conjunction with the Rainbow Moon Cálice spelling by Bandai. (for what is termed the Holy Grail, but is actually the Holy Chalice in Manga and Rainbow Moon Cálice, anime.. I found both toy boxes and some references to fix up the wikipedia pages.)--Hitsuji Kinno 11:21, 12 July 2007 (MST)
I recall that Jeanine has already done it (the modifications I meant then). Your modifications are additional ones which I've no comments ATM. --210 19:25, 12 July 2007 (MST)