List of Sailor Moon Characters

List Of Sailor Moon Characters

The Sailor Moon metaseries features an extensive cast of characters created and designed by Naoko Takeuchi. It contains those who appear in the manga, anime, stage musicals, and live-action series. Some of the following characters shift alliances during the story, change names, or have multiple forms or aspects. Such characters are listed only once, by the name under which they first appear.

The main protagonists of the series are the Sailor Senshi, a group of magical girls tasked with defending a fictional version of Tokyo, the whole Earth, or even the Milky Way, from the attack of different groups of villains with world domination/destruction ambitions.

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