Caballero de la Luna -- [Spanish] the Spanish name for tsukikage no knight, or Moonlight Knight. "Caballero de la Luna" translates to "Horseman of the Moon."
Cafe de Mon -- A restaurant that appears in the beginning of episode 002 in the first season. Several girls run past it, but no one goes in. Because no one goes in, only the exterior of the restaurant is shown.
Camera, Start! -- "Camera, Start!" is an attack used by the phage Sailor Director in episode 176. Sailor Director's left hand is made of a Hollywood-style director's slate board. She aims the board at her opponent and claps it, yelling, "Camera, Start!" Movie film flies towards the opponent.
Camille -- [French] The French name for ChibiUsa, who becomes Sailor ChibiMoon.
Cartoon Club -- Usagi joins the Cartoon Club at Juuban High School in episode 174. At the end of the episode, she can be seen drawing a short cartoon about Luna while sitting at a booth at Fruit Parlor Crown.
Catzy -- one of the four Weird Sisters from Sailor Moon R. She is the youngest of the four sisters, which are named Bertie, Prizma, and Avery. She is very close with her older sister Bertie. Her colors and powers are matched with Sailor Mars's. She is very insecure about men, and is in love with Rubeus, who she will do anything for. Rubeus, however, does not share this sentiment. Her duty is to find the "rabbit" - Rini. During one of the Dark Moon Family's schemees, she diguises herself as a cosmetics saleswoman and enters the Cherry Hill Shrine to capture Rini. However, before she can get the child, Tuxedo Mask and Sailor Mars interfere, Sailor Mars attacking her. Rubues then appears, and Catzy is convinced that he has come to help her because he is in love with her. He rejects her love, however, and gives her a bomb to destroy Rini and the scouts with. The scouts destroy the bomb and confront her, but she attacks them. Just as Sailor Jupiter is about to attack, Sailor Mars steps between Catzy and the scout, telling Sailor Jupiter that she believes that Catzy is capable of love and friendship. Catzy is then healed by Sailor Moon. Later in the series, when her sister Bertie is in deep despair after being left alone to fend for herself by Prizma and Avery, Catzy convinces Bertie that she is loved and cared for, and asks Sailor Moon to heal her sister. She does, and the two of them (and eventually their other sisters as well) live together happily as normal humans. The name Catzy was used only in the DiC dub of Sailor Moon. In the original Japanese version, her name is Cooan.
Cauldron Guardian -- the incorrect name used for Guardian Cosmos. While she is the guardian of the Cauldron, she DOES give her name as Guardian Cosmos, and that is what she should be called. Please see the entry for Guardian Cosmos for more information on this character.
Celeste -- the English name that Kodansha proposed for Sailor Moon, in her civilian form. However, DiC, who actually dubbed the anime, gave her the name Serena. In the Japanese original, her name is Usagi Tsukino.
Celia -- the name given to Sailor Pluto by Irwin Toys when they marketed a set of outer senshi dolls. In the Japanese original, Sailor Pluto's name is Setsuna Meioh, and in the English dub, her name is Trista. She is not widely called Celia.
Celis, Sailor -- The name given to Sailor Ceres in the Mixx/Tokyopop English translation of the manga. This is a misspelling of Ceres, which is one of the largest asteroids in our Solar System's asteroid belt. In the Japanese original, her name is Sailor Ceres. For more information on this character, please see "Ceres, Sailor."
Chad -- from the first season of Sailor Moon. He works with Raye at the Cherry Hill Temple. He is a starving musician, and he is first seen sleeping on the street. He signs up at the temple to be around Raye, but stayed longer because of his desire to improve himself. In the Japanese original, he is known as Yuuchirou Kumada, and he is not a musician.
Channel -- A fictitious brand-name used in Volume 17, ChibiUsa's Picture Diary #4. According to Ruruna Kobe, an avid collector of Channel items, Channel is a popular brand started in Paris in 1909 by Gabrielle Natade. The name is often misspelled "Chanel" (like the real brand) by fans, but "Channel" is clearly written in Roman letters in the manga.
Channel 9 -- Channel 9 is a television station owned by TV Ashita. According to a sign outside the TV Ashita building, it is set to broadcast Mikan Shiratori's new series Jan, Ken, Pon in the Spring.
Channel, Sailor -- This incorrect term refers to Ruruna Kobe when she is dressed as a Sailor Senshi in Volume 17, ChibiUsa's Picture Diary #4. Ruruna and her friend Naruru Osaka actually use their civilian names when they are dressed up, and neither "Sailor Channel" nor "Sailor Guccicci" ever appear anywhere in the manga.
Charm Buster -- the witch Mimete's attack in which she uses her staff that has a star on top to either shoot forth a series of black stars that destroys things in its path, or to shoot forth a series of pink star outlines that blows the enemy away.
Cherry Way -- the bright pink beam of light by which ChibiUsa travels through time. She holds out the Key of Space-Time and yells, "Guardian of Time! Tear apart the sky and open the Door of Space-Time to me! I call your true name, the almighty god of time, the guardian of time's father, Chronos! Guidance to me! Protection to me! The path of light to me!" The beam of light appears, and ChibiUsa steps into it as she is transported to the future. It appears first in episode 082, and later in episode 167 (although it doesn't work in the latter episode).
Chew, Sailor -- The name given to Sailor Chuu in the Mixx/Tokyopop English translation of the manga. The character's name in the Japanese original is Sailor Chuu. For more information on this character, please see "Chuu, Sailor."
X [Chi], Sailor
ChibiChibi Crystal Power, Make-Up! -- the henshin phrase that ChibiChibi uses to transform into Sailor ChibiChibiMoon.
Chieko Honda -- the seiyuu for Tellu. She was born on 28 March 1963 in Tokyo, Japan, and her blood type is A. She has also done roles in Kimagure Orange Road (Kurumi Kasuga), Devil Hunter Yohko (Chigako Ogawa), and Revolutionary Girl Utena (Kaoru Kozue), among others. She works for Free Atom.
Chronos -- the name of Sailor Pluto's father, the Greek god of time. He was also the father of Zeus, etc. Check any mythology website for more information. A reference to Sailor Pluto's mother is not given.
Chuu!! -- what Iron Mouse says to transform from the civilian Nezu Chuuko to Sailor Iron Mouse, agent of Galaxia. "Chuu" is the sound that a mouse makes.
Chuu, Planet -- the planet where Iron Mouse is from. Almost nothing is known about it. The starseeds of its inhabitants were taken by Galaxia, and Sailor Chuu's starseed was stolen by Iron Mouse for Galaxia.
Chuu, Sailor -- the senshi of the planet of Chuu. Iron Mouse killed her and took her Sailor Crystal for Galaxia, because Galaxia promised her and the other three 'main' animamates that they would soon gain their own Sailor Crystals and become 'real' Sailor Soldiers.
Cinderella Caravan -- Cinderella Caravan is the name of a large talent search organization established by Jadeite and the youma Derella in episode 007 (Usagi hansei! Star no michiha kibishii). The premise of the organization is the hypnotize innocent victims so that they believe they can become stars, and then collecting the energy that they generate in their desperate attempts for stardom. Several students from Juuban Junior High School were victims, including Naru Osaka, Gurio Umino, Yumiko, and Kuri. After performing at a small talent competition, all of the performers were invited to a larger competition at Shan Shan Plaza. The victims were hypnotized into believing that there was a large audience watching them, although all of the seats were empty in reality. When the victims performed, Derella stole their energy for Jadeite. Eventually, Derella was defeated by Sailor Moon, and the stolen energy was returned to the participants. Cinderella Caravan never appeared again in the Sailor Moon series.
Cloth Azabu Juuban
Coconut Cyclone -- Sailor Jupiter's manga only attack in which leaves swirl around her. It is very much like Jupiter Oak Evolution, and it has a very high power level.
Colenis, Sailor -- The name given to Sailor Coronis in the Mixx/Tokyopop English translation manga. In the Japanese original, her name is Sailor Coronis, and for more information on her, please see "Coronis, Sailor."
Combination Jump Attack -- A physical attack used by the youma Janelyn and Misha in episode 039 in an attempt to kill Makoto. Makoto was badly injured but not killed.
Cookie House -- a storybook castle constructed with the theme of cookies and candy which appeared in Dream Land, an amusement park that appeared in episode 11. The youma Muurido, masquerading as the park's mascot, Princess Dream, invited park visitors to the castle advertising a show there. Those who went to Cookie House were given sweets, and then Muurido used a red fog emitted from her mouth to cause them to hallucinate, at which point she would drain their energy. See also: Dream Land, Princess Dream, Muurido.
Coronis, Planet -- the planet the Phobos, Deimos, and Sailor Lead Crow are all from. The Sailor Crystal of Sailor Coronis was stolen by Lead Crow for Galaxia.
Coronis, Sailor -- the senshi of the planet of Coronis, where Phobos and Deimos are from. Lead Crow killed her and took her Sailor Crystal for Galaxia, because Galaxia promised her and the other three 'main' animamates that they would soon gain their own Sailor Crystals and become 'real' Sailor Soldiers.
Corinn -- the name given to Sailor Uranus by Irwin Toys when they marketed a set of outer senshi dolls. In the Japanese original, Sailor Uranus's name is Haruka Tenoh, and in the English dub, her name is Amara. She is not widely called Corinn.
Cosmic Heart Compact -- A heart-shaped red and gold brooch which Usagi uses to transform into Sailor Moon with by yelling, "Moon Cosmic Power, Make-Up!!" It first appeared in episode 91, and was created from the Crystal Star, which could no longer be used after it was bitten by the daimon Mikuuji, from a combination of both Usagi and Mamoru's love and her determination to save him and the other senshi from the daimon Nekonelle. This desire also created the Spiral Heart Moon Rod. A pink heart-shaped Ginzuishou is housed within the compact, and can be separated from it. When the magical energy of the compact reacted with the Holy Grail, it was able to temporarily evoke a transformation into Super Sailor Moon, but this change was extremely difficult after the destruction of the Grail. When the compact was exposed to the aura of Pegasus, it was temporarily changed into the Cosmic Moon Compact. After he lent his power to both Sailor Moon and Sailor ChibiMoon so that they could protect beautiful dreams, this change became permanent.
Crane Game Joe
Crescent Beam -- Sailor Venus's first attack in the anime, used in the first season of Sailor Moon. A beam of golden light is emitted from her index finger. She used this attack in her first appearance in episode 33 to destroy a dome in which the other senshi were trapped. It is last seen in episode 65. In the English DiC dub, the attack's name is "Venus Crescent Beam Smash."
Crescent Beam Shower -- Sailor Venus's powered attack which first appeared in Sailor Moon R episode 62. In this one, many beams of light come from her index finger. It is last seen in episode 141.
Crescent Boomerang -- Sailor Venus's first attack in the manga, which is used in her first appearance to kill Zoisite.
Crisis, Make-Up -- A secondary transformation used by Sailor Moon to temporarily become Super Sailor Moon using the Holy Grail. It first appears in episode 112 of the anime and Volume 09, Act 30 in the manga
Crossroads Junior High -- the school that Amy, Lita, and Serena attend in the beginning of Sailor Moon. It is called Juuban Junior High in the original. Molly & Melvin also attend school here.
Crown Game Center
Crystal Disk -- The Crystal Disk is the computer disk that Ami receives at the Crystal Seminar cram school in episode 008, her first appearance. It supposedly a revolutionary new type of computer software which claimed to be able to turn anyone into a genius. It actually contained a brainwashing program that drained users of their "brain energy" (energy of knowledge), and turned them into zombies under complete control of the youma Garoben. Because Ami did not use the disk (she thought that studying should be done without the aid of computers), she was not hypnotized.
Crystal Key -- the key that is given to ChibiUsa by Sailor Pluto that enables her to travel back and forth through time in the Sailor Moon R season.
Cuckoo faerie -- the term used to refer to the faeries Orange and Banane from the SuperS movie. The faeries turn into cuckoo birds when their flutes are destroyed. The Japanese term is kakko no yosei.
Cutie Moon Rod