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Sailor Planet Attack [live action]First Appearance: Special Act
See Also: [manga] & [anime]
In Brief: A super powerful group attack used to defeat Mio. It was also the final attack used by Sailor Moon, Sailor Mercury, Sailor Jupiter and Sailor Mercury.
An interesting homage to the manga and anime was incorporated into the live action attack with the use of bright white feathers in the attack's final moment suggesting that the Sailor Soldiers were near their live action equivalent of their manga and anime Eternal Sailor Soldier power levels. This is pure speculation on my part though.
Cultural: "To dream of seeing feathers falling around you, denotes that your burdens in life will be light and easily borne."
The Move: Sailor Venus, Mercury and Jupiter hold their hands up to Sailor Moon's Moon Wand and the four begin to walk in a circle. They then stop and spin around. Mercury, Jupiter and Venus then draw their powers in as Sailor Moon holds her Moon Wand in front of herself. All four Sailor Soldiers then thrust their hands towards the sky.
They all begin to glow their respective colours. In another space, the four speak the words "Sailor Planet..." as they merge into each other.
Back in reality all four thrust their arms forward as they finish the attack phrase with "...Attack!". This releases a powerful white energy blast from Sailor Moon's Moon Wand that blasts at their opponent.
A bright white light surrounds the girls as their attack is triggered. Luminous white feathers float upwards all around them.
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