FANDOM


Moon Tiara Magic is an attack used by Sailor Moon to destroy enemies in the Sailor Moon anime.

She first uses the attack in Episode 1, A Moon Star is Born, to destroy Morga.

Sailor Moon will take her tiara, turn it into an energy disk, and say "Moon Tiara Magic!" She will then throw the tiara to destroy whoever she throws it at.

The victim will dissolve into dust, which looks unique to each episode.

On two occasions, she combines the attack with Sailor Mars's Mars Fire Ignite, and on one occasion, combines it with Mars Fire Ignite and Sailor Mercury's Mercury Bubbles Blast.

The tiara can also be used to trap an enemy by turning into an energy ring, or even attaching it to an enemy's head and electrocuting them.

Jedite once stopped the tiara from destroying him. Also, Leo the Lion survived a direct hit from it.

In Sailor Moon R, the tiara lost its power, but Sailor Moon acquired a new finishing move called Moon Scepter Elimination.

Sailor Moon uses it against Cyprin and Petirol in Sailor Moon S, and also a few times in Sailor Moon Super S.

Kill Count

  1. Morga
  2. Fro
  3. Derela
  4. Garoben
  5. Ramwoir
  6. Dream Dolly
  7. Titus
  8. Tensie
  9. Petasos
  10. Black Widow
  11. Kyameran
  12. Jumo
  13. Gemini Warriors
  14. Soul Shadow
  15. Yasha
  16. Housenka
  17. Grape
  18. Suzuran
  19. Vampeal

Videos

Gallery

Trivia

  • Sailor moon has used Moon Tiara Action a few times in S SuperS and Stars as a pizza one time only
  • Tiaras were used by ancient people in Mesopotamia and unlike today, their tiaras were made out of leather or fabric. The Persian tiara featured less fabric and more jewels bringing it closer to the modern version.

Today a tiara is a lot more basic made from metal and normally in a basic semi-circle occasionally featuring numerous jewels and normally used in special occasions such as beauty pageants or a wedding to recreate a sense of history and importance. Funnily enough, tiaras are almost always worn on top of a woman's hair, however Sailor Moon seems to have hers focuses mainly on her forehead with the sides slipping under her fringe and attaching itself just in front of her ears. Tiaras in general symbolize power and a sense of royalty. Selene who was the Greek goddess of the moon wore a crowned diadem. Maybe the Tiara is a reference to that.

References

Ad blocker interference detected!


Wikia is a free-to-use site that makes money from advertising. We have a modified experience for viewers using ad blockers

Wikia is not accessible if you’ve made further modifications. Remove the custom ad blocker rule(s) and the page will load as expected.