Sailor Moon Concepts

Sailor Moon is a franchise comprised of 3 movies, 8 anime series, 2 manga series
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Kissing

Kissing is the act of pressing your lips to the body of another person. This can be on the cheeks, head, hand, but more commonly to another person's lips.

Lecher

Characters who exercise their strong libidinous desires in unwholesome ways, such as peeping on the objects of their desire, making inappropriate comments, stealing underwear etc. Though typically middle-aged or elderly men with a penchant for young girls, there are probably a few dirty old women out there.

Magical Girl

A fantasy sub-genre that features girls who magically transform into super-heroines and combat evil.

Major death

Death of a major character.

Manga Iconography

Common visual conventions seen in manga and anime to convey emotions, often for comical effect.

Marriage

A couple who have made an official vow to stay together.

Martial Arts

Seen in just about every form of anime at least at one point. The key component that makes Shounen popular among boys. As well as Ancient art in itself

Monster of the Day

A concept seen in Magical Girl and Tokatsu series where a hero or heroine faces a different monster sent after them each day.

Moronic character

The kind of character always gets into trouble by his or her bad luck, silliness, and/or cluelessness. A common source of comedy.

Mother

A woman who has given birth to or raised a child.

Musical

Someone or something heavily involved with music.

Nurses

A Nurse is a regular hospital worker and Doctor's assistant. Assisting in the day to day care of patients, they can be male or female.

Parents

Someone or something that both has and raises children/offspring.

Pet Owner

Usagi Tsukino is the caretaker of her cat Luna & Minako Aino owns her cat, Artemis.

Petrified

The concept where someone is turned to stone by magical or scientific means.

Pets

Something that serves as a pet or behaves in the manner of one.

Police

The Police are a form of law enforcement officers that work on the local levels. Uniforms are normally in either blue or black.

Pop Idol

Pop Idols in Japan are classically females in their teens to early twenties. Not only are they singers, but they can also be models and general media personalities.

Possession

The act of controling an individual, making him preform actions at your will.

Premonition

A presentiment of the future or warning of things yet to come.

Priest

The character is working as a priest, a guide and teacher of God. Often leads holy rituals such as marriage and burials.

Princess

A female heir to a royal throne.

Rats

A very common species of rodent.

Rivals

Rivals are competitor to someone. Unlike an enemy, rivals could have similar goals but disagree on the process.

School Festival

A tradition seen in Japan every year in their school system. The students set up booths for activities or food stands.

Screaming

A loud and often annoying vocal expression used to convey fear or excitement. Mostly done by female characters.

Shoujo

Literally "girl," this term is used to refer to manga aimed at young to teenage girls.

Shrine Maiden

A Shrine Maiden is a female caretaker of the Shinto shrines of Japan, and they are connected to the oracles from kami. Considered to be a medium/prophet between earth and the spirit realm. Traditionally wearing a white kimono and red hakama.

Simultaneous Release

When anime or manga is broadcast or published -- usually on the internet -- in countries outside of Japan around the same time as it airs/releases in Japan, usually within one week or even 24 hours.

Sisters

Female members of a family that share the same parents.

Slime

A popular monster in Japanese RPG and Video Games that is Amorphous creatures that range from mindless eating machines to tricksy shapeshifters.

Stalker

A anonymous follower and tab-keeper of another person or persons.

Teachers

A Teacher is a type of person who is in charge of educating others in some form of higher learning or skill. The Japanese title is "Sensei".

Thieves & Con Artists

Thieves and con artists are people who take objects of value from others by theft or trickery.

Time Travel

The ability to travel from one era to another, forward and/or backward.

Title Card

Title Cards are animated shorts or illustrations used to begin an episode in anime.

Tournament

A battle between participants to see who is the strongest. It usually involves brackets and moving up the line, but it can also be in other formats such as a "survival of the fittest" format.

Transfer Students

A new student who comes from another school, they typically come from a mysterious background or they arrive to spark some changes in the story.

Transformation

The Idea of a character transforming into a animal, monster, creature, demon, or other types of creatures.

Tropes And Transformations

A stylistic device used in several animes.

Unreal Hair/Eye Color

A popular design choice for characters in anime is to give them natural hair and/or eye colors that do not occur in real nature.

Unrequited love

A passion or romance for a person where these feelings are not returned by the object of affection. A one-sided love.

Volleyball

A Olympic team sport played on a beach or indoor court in which two teams of six players are separated by a net and each team tries to score points by grounding a ball on the other team's court.

Witches 5

A group of five female scientists that serve Professor Tomoe (Pharaoh 90). There mission is to collect Heart Crystals so they can revive Mistress 9.

Wrestling

Known as Puroresu in Japan which is a mode of spectacle, combining athletics and theatrical performance.

Yuri

A genre of anime/manga featuring girl-on-girl relationships. Although the genre originated in female-targeted works, today it is featured in many male-targeted works as well.

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