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Appearing only in the manga, they were sent by the Amazoness Quartet to eliminate Minako. They lured Minako to an idol competition which turned out to be a trap.
The circus mooks, they are really the citizens of Nehellenia's former home, turned into what they are today due to their dreams being ripped from their bodies in order to fuel their queen's beauty.
They are often sent to fight the Sailor Guardians after the Trio or Quartet failed. Sign In Don't have an account? Start a Wiki. Contents [ show ].
He first appears in episode of the anime but his first offensive move is made in episode , his victim being Usagi's mother, Ikuko Tsukino.
Hawk's Eye is killed by the lemures Mr. Magic Pierrot, who is sent by PallaPalla to eliminate the trio.
He is voiced by Toshio Furukawa. In the Cloverway English adaptation, he is voiced by Benji Plener. He is played by Hikari Ono in the stage musicals.
He takes the form of a slender, effeminate man with long, pale blue and green hair. In some disguises, he is styled with some hairdos such as a ponytail.
In the Materials Collection , creator Naoko Takeuchi describes him as the Circus's "ball-balancing girl??
She also compares his temperament to that of the exciteable Mimete. Fisheye has a very small part in the manga, in which he is sold to Ami Mizuno in fish form.
He gives her nightmares about her father abandoning her, luring her into a trap. In the anime, like Tiger's Eye and Hawk's Eye, he targets his ideal romantic interests, which are young males.
His magical attacks are water-based, but his primary choice of attack is knife-throwing which, to his frustration, he is not very good at.
Crossdressing is the basis of many of his disguises, as he is usually able to pass himself off as a woman to attract his targets, who are generally heterosexual males he portrayed his gender honestly to the one gay target he had.
Fisheye is the first of the three to wonder if what they are doing is right, and his wavering loyalty lands him in hot water when he is nearly killed by Zirconia.
Fisheye was killed when he and Tiger's Eye gave up their power to rebuild Usagi's destroyed Dream Mirror. However, Pegasus revives him, and he is sent to Elysion with the others, given the promise of rebirth as real humans..
Fisheye was changed to a woman in Cloverway's English dub of the anime, which is not unprecedented within this adapted series: Zoisite and Zirconia also had their genders changed.
Fisheye merely claims that "she's" not like other women. He is voiced by Akira Ishida. Their attacks are derived from circus skills, with each having a specific talent.
In the manga, they also created and commanded the Amazon Trio to attack the Sailor Guardians, whereas in the anime the Trio came before the Quartet and served Zirconia.
In the Cloverway English adaptation, they are called the Amazon Quartet. They are actually the Sailor Quartet —commonly referred to in English-speaking fandom as the Asteroid Guardians , because they are named after the first four major asteroids to be discovered.
The four asteroids hold particular importance because they were originally considered planets in history before more were discovered. However, Queen Nehelenia woke them prematurely and forced them to work for her.
At her defeat, they are returned to their true forms by Usagi in the form of Neo-Queen Serenity and to their long sleep.
During the fifth story arc, they accompany Sailor Chibi Moon from the future to help in the fight against Shadow Galactica.
The Sailor Quartet's uniforms are a cross between those worn by the Sailor Team in their first forms and their final forms, with the Quartet's own image colors.
Jungle Arrow used by the four Quartet members. In the anime, the Quartet's history of being Sailor Guardians is never shown to viewer and the story is followed after they are captured by Queen Nehelenia and is already a part of her Dead Moon Circus.
They begin working for Queen Nehelenia after she appears inside a magical mirror after hearing the Amazoness Quartet playing in a forest, and then offered to keep the Amazoness Quartet from ever growing old in return.
Nehelenia changed their dreams into the physical form of Amazon Stones, instructing them to use these to remove the "dream mirrors" of humans.
The Quartet also use the Amazon Stones for other attacks. They are dedicated to this task, but still generally spend more time playing than working.
The Quartet appears in several of the stage musicals , with a substantially different background. Here they are homonculi created by Professor Tomoe , and are known as the Sammael Quartet.
They are portrayed as young children around Chibiusa's apparent age, instead of their normal ages.
They are created from Chibiusa's starseed , and are linked to her, having the power to transform into Sailor Guardians as a result.
She is a trapeze artist for the Circus and is known as the Flower Magician. She is the leader of the Quartet. CereCere has light skin and wears pink, but has a yellow ball.
She is very feminine and tries to be mature compared to the others in the Quartet. Her Sailor Guardian counterpart is Sailor Venus.
Her hair is decorated in bows and a flower. Takeuchi has stated that CereCere is sexy and talks in a very aristocratic tone.
Later in the manga it is revealed that she is actually Sailor Ceres , one of the four protectors of Chibiusa. In the manga, she is the only member of the Quartet not to use any attacks or spells.
In the anime, CereCere tends to be arrogant and haughty, and chases after people that will highlight her perceived beauty for her, such as when she chased after an artist and asked him to repaint her.
She also appears extravagant and outrageous while disguised and not in her circus uniform. However, there are moments when she breaks the mature mask and plays for fun.
The other Amazonesses see her as lazy, and take every opportunity to call her such. CereCere summons only plant -based lemures, a possible nod to her Roman namesake Ceres, a goddess of vegetation and plants.
In the anime series, her voice actress is Yuri Amano. She uses ball-based attacks. She is called the Magician of Balancing Balls.
Her Sailor Guardian counterpart is Sailor Mercury , and her color is blue. Takeuchi listed her as being a bimbo , crybaby and childish.
She is the second eldest sister,  which corresponds to the number of her asteroid, Pallas. She was also named after the Greek goddess Pallas Athena.
In the manga, it's revealed that she is actually Sailor Pallas , one of the four protectors of Chibiusa.
In the anime, she speaks in third person and is equally childish as she is in the manga. Nevertheless, she shows some signs of cleverness, such as pointing out that the arrangement of the curtains is wrong in one episode when no one else saw it , setting up a popular dentist office in another, and using a doll to manipulate the Guardian in yet another.
The other Amazonesses think she is very dangerous; in one episode she rips the head off her own doll as a cure for its toothache.
She often summons ball-like lemures or uses dolls as part of her attacks, and likes to attack groups of people rather than one at a time.
All of the Lemures she summons have two faces, a good one and an evil one, reflecting her own dual nature. She is voiced by Machiko Toyoshima.
In the Cloverway English adaptation, her name is changed to "Parapara" and her voice is supplied by Jen Gould. In the musicals she is played by Kurumi Nishijima and Seira Saeki.
She is athletic and somewhat impulsive. First the Amazon Trio looked for Pegasus, but could never find him. They eventually turned good, were given dream mirrors by Pegasus, and taken to Elysion.
The Amazon Quartet took over from here. Eventually they turned good as well, destroying the orbs Nehelenia gave them so Zirconia could never take power from them anymore.
All the Remless were destroyed, and Zirconia was destroyed as well when Nehelenia escaped her mirror. She fought the Sailor Scouts, and was defeated by Sailor Moon and Sailor Mini Moon, destroying all the circus tents except the main one, which eventually disintegrated after Nehelenia returned to her mirror.