G-Pen -- the name of one of the fountain pens that the daimon U Henshuu uses in episode 113. She calls out the name of the pen, then throws it at her opponent. This pen is also called Water Pen. The other pens are Round Pen and Kabura Pen (Sharp Pen).
Gaibu Taiyokei Yon Senshi -- The official name of the group that consists of Sailor Neptune, Sailor Uranus, Sailor Pluto, and Sailor Saturn. It means "the four soldiers of the outer Solar System." This group is commonly referred to as the Outer Senshi.
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Galactica Aqua Rhapsody -- the attack used by evil Sailor Mercury in the manga when she is captured and turned evil by Galaxia. This attack is manga only.
Galactica Cannon -- the combined attack used by evil Sailor Pluto and Sailor Saturn in the manga when they have been captured and turned evil by Galaxia. This attack is manga only.
Galactica Castle -- the castle where Galaxia resides in the manga. It is not in the anime. The castle is at the center of the Milky Way at Zero Star Sagittarius. It is huge and looks like a cathedral with a star at the top. To reach this castle, one must first cross the River of Memory and the River of Oblivion (In Greek mythology, one had to cross several rivers upon entering Hades. In Orphism, there was a river of memory called Mnemosyne). Then one must cross through the graveyard, which is guarded by the "Soul Hunter," Heavy Metal Papillon. After the graveyard, the Star Gardeners, Chi and Phi are what's left. Galaxia can make the castle appear and disappear at her will. Galactica Castle is also called Galaxia Palace.
Galactica Crunch -- Iron Mouse's attack
Galactica Flame Sniper -- the attack used by evil Sailor Mars in the manga when she is captured and turned evil by Galaxia. This attack is manga only.
Galactica Inflation -- one of Galaxia's two manga attacks. It is an energy-based attack in which she uses lightning. The other is called Galactica Super String.
Galactica Mysotis Alpestnis -- Lethe's attack in which she raises her staff to attack. It is seen only once, when it was used on Sailor Moon. This attack is manga only, appearing in Act 48, Volume 17.
Galactica Planet Attack -- the attack used in the manga only by all of the evil Sailor Senshi combined.
Galactica Plants Blizzard -- Phi's attack which she used in Act 49 of the manga. This attack is only used once, to attack Kakyuu.
Galactica Puppet -- Tin Nyanko's attack
Galactica Scales -- Heavy Metal Papillon's attack.
Galactica Space Turbulence -- the attack used by Sailor evil Uranus in the manga when she is captured and turned evil by Galaxia. This attack is manga only. It appears in act 50, volume 18.
Galactica Super String -- one of Galaxia's two manga only attacks. In this attack, rings of energy surround her. She uses it to attack Sailor Moon, but it is deflected by Sailor ChibiMoon and we never see the effect of it. The other manga attack is called Galactica Inflation.
Galactica Tornado -- Lead Crow's attack
Galactica Tsunami -- Aluminum Seiren's powerful attack. In the anime, it is an orange spray that hits its target. In the manga, it looks like a whirlwind or giant spray. She can also use her hair to strangle her victims.
Galactica Violon Tide -- the attack used by Sailor Neptune in the manga when she is captured and turned evil by Galaxia. Used only in the manga. "Violon" is the French word for Violin. See 'Violin Tide.'
Galaxia Palace -- the castle where Galaxia resides in the manga. It is not in the anime. The castle is at the center of the Milky Way at Zero Star Sagittarius. It is huge and looks like a cathedral with a star at the top. To reach this castle, one must first cross the River of Memory and the River of Oblivion (In Greek mythology, one had to cross several rivers upon entering Hades. In Orphism, there was a river of memory called Mnemosyne). Then one must cross through the graveyard, which is guarded by the "Soul Hunter," Heavy Metal Papillon. After the graveyard, the Star Gardeners, Chi and Phi are the final obstacle. Galaxia can make the castle appear and disappear at her will. Galaxia Palace is also called Galactica Castle.
Galaxy Cauldron -- the most powerful star in the universe, located deep in space in Zero Star Sagittarius. Everything is created and destroyed within the Galaxy Cauldron - life is created there, born as tiny stars that eventually grow into planets and the guardians who protect those planets, the Sailor Soldiers. Sailor Soldiers who die can be reborn there, or they can choose to stay in their purest forms. Galaxia said that it is "the holy land of the stars, The Galaxy Cauldron. Strong stars and weak stars. Trash and Sailor Soldiers. This is the place where all the stars throughout the galaxy are born." The Galaxy Cauldron looks like a bubbling stream of energy just below a cliff. It is only in the manga, never in the anime.
Galaxy Cordon -- The name given to the Galaxy Cauldron in the Mixx/Tokyopop English translation of the manga. For more information on this place, please see "Galaxy Cauldron."
Galaxy Fantasy Impromptu No. 5: Beautiful Andromeda's Miracle -- This is a song that Seijuuro Ginga composed and intends to play on his flute for Usagi. He says that she is "the Andromeda of [his] heart" and that the song represents his feelings for her. He never plays the song because he is interrupted by Natsumi Ginga
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Garajan, Mr. -- A very talented, world-renowned conductor who directs the New Tokyo Orchestra. He appeared in episode 180, and took part in the Fantastic International Music Festival, which was held at the Nerima Open Music Hall in Japan on 8 June 1996. While at the festival, he stepped outside for some fresh air and was attacked by Iron Mouse, who extracted his Star Seed in the hopes that it would be one of the ones that Galaxia was looking for. However, his Star Seed quickly burned out, resulting in his transformation into the phage Sailor Conductor. After Sailor Conductor was healed by Eternal Sailor Moon's Starlight Honeymoon Therapy Kiss, he was returned to his normal human form, Mr. Garayan, and he had no memory of his ordeal as Sailor Conductor. Mr. Garajan is an older gentleman with blue eyes and grey hair. His seiyuu was Tatsuyuki Ishimori. Mr. Garajan's name was derived from that of Herbert von Karajan (1908-1989), a famous Austrian conductor wwho was appointed music director for life of the Berlin Philharmonic. Von Karajan became known as "General Music Director of Europe" because of his talents. See also: Sailor Conductor.
Garden Crystal Senshi -- A fan-created term that refers to Chi and Phi, the twin messengers of Galaxia. They are introduce themselves as the Star Gardeners.
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Generic Daimons -- daimons that were created from the induced hatching of daimon eggs before they had a chance to fuse with other objects. The resultant creatures were all pretty much identical in both appearance and abilities: they all had pointy ears, sharp fangs, yellow eyes, and short tails. They were female, but they were made of a sticky pink substance of variable viscosity that allowed them to not only assume a vague, malleable, elastic human form but also that of a liquid, allowing them to flow along the ground either alone or as a sort of tidal wave of creatures moving together. These daimons had very limited intelligence and were guided more by instinct than anything else, although they did have limited speaking ability. These daimons were quite dangerous due to their almost animalistic behaviour, ferocity, and tenacity - they to easily overwhelmed adversaries in part due to their sheer number - and were capable of delivering electric shocks massive enough to short circuit a helicopter and cause it to explode. They acted to reinforce the dome of dark energy created during Mistress 9's establishment of the Omega Zone and also served as an additional line of defense. These monsters were still able to fuse with other objects to a small degree, although the results were quite crude compared to other types of daimons. Generic Daimons are also called Type Two Daimons. The names of the different type of daimons are not official - they were created for ease.
Genkirin -- Genkirin is a pharmaceutical produced by the company Kekkou Medicines. Aposter for the product featuring the famous idol Mikan Shiratori can be seen in the window of a drug store that Usagi passes on her way to school. The poster said the product was "Mikan's recommendation for anyone tired." Later in the episode, Gurio Umino reveals that he actually has several of the posters, and that they can be bought on the internet.
George -- the MC of a popular television program called "Let's Speak English." The program, which Rei and Makoto watch to improve their English conversational skills, is mentioned briefly in episode 168. Makoto and Rei agree that George looks good... especially his eyes!
Ginga TV -- Galaxia's lair from the anime, at Galaxy TV in sort of an "alternate dimension." The floors and walls were transparent, space could be seen all around. The only furniture was Galaxia's golden throne, which was even slightly transparent itself. In order to get to this place, one must go through a long hallway to an elevator with a sign which reads "out of order." If you have the correct card, you simply slide it and the doors open, and the elevator takes you to the the Galaxia. Ginga TV was only in the anime, never in the manga. In the manga, Galaxia resides in Galactica Castle.
Glory Cram School - where Minako attends school as a 7th grader in the beginning of Sailor Moon.
Golden Crystal -- the crystal in which Helios has been trapped by Nehellenia. It is inside of Mamoru's body; it is his starseed. In the manga, it is one of the starseeds that Galaxia wanted. The "Golden" in the name is a reference to Mamoru's solar associations because gold is associated with the sun.
Golden Kingdom -- the dream realm or holy land Helios governs in the center of the earth, and sometimes known as the Elysion, where Endymion and his family lived in the Silver Millennium.
Grandpa/Grandfather -- Rei Hino/Raye's grandfather. He runs the Hikawa Jinja Shrine (also known as the Cherry Hill Temple). After refusing to live with her father when her mother died, Rei went to live with him. In the anime, he is a short, chubby, bald man, but in the manga, he has a moustache and looks a lot younger. He is a pervert, and is always looking for young girls to come help out at the temple - but most are afraid of him! He is also the carrier of one of the rainbow crystals. Through is training in magic and fitness, he was able to ward off Zoisite alone once, but the second time, Zoisite succeeded. Grandpa appears mostly in the beginning of the series, but as it progresses, he fades away.
Grass Valley Junior High -- where Mina attends school in the beginning of Sailor Moon. (dub)
Group of Seven Youma -- the term used to collectively describe seven very powerful youma who aided Queen Beryl in her attempt during the Silver Millennium to overthrow the Moon Kingdom. However, they were imprisoned within seven separate shards of the Ginzuishou which became known as Nijizuishou, or "Rainbow Crystals," because each one was a different color of the rainbow. The Nijizuishou were taken to Earth where they were reincarnated in the present time with no memory of their existence as youma. In the first season of Sailor Moon, the Dark Kingdom searched for the Nijizuishou in order to form the Ginzuishou, whose power their leader, Queen Metallia, needed in order to fully revive. The Group of Seven Youma could actually merge together to form one incredibly powerful, shadowy demonic entity, and in episode 41, the Nijizuishou carriers were gathered together for this purpose by the Dark Kingdom, but the power to become one was never demonstrated because the Black Crystal, which kept them imprisoned, was destroyed. The Group of Seven Youma are often also called the Seven Great Youma
Guccicci -- A fictitious brand-name used in Volume 17, ChibiUsa's Picture Diary #4. According to Naruru Osaka, an avid collector of Guccicci items, Guccicci is a popular brand started in Florence, Italy in 1906 by Guchiko Gucci. It started as a saddle-making company. The name is often misspelled "Gucci" (like the real brand) by fans, but "Guccicci" is clearly written in Roman letters in the manga.
Guccicci, Sailor -- This incorrect term refers to Naruru Osaka when she is dressed as a Sailor Senshi in Volume 17, ChibiUsa's Picture Diary #4. Naruru and her friend Ruruna Kobe actually use their civilian names when they are dressed up, and neither "Sailor Guccicci" nor "Sailor Channel" ever appear anywhere in the manga.
Gunman at Red Fuji -- a Western movie being filmed at Juuban Park in episode 112, staring Eda Yousaku. His co-star is his girlfriend Lily. Mimete adored the star and thought that he was in love with her, so she went to get his autograph. However, she found out that he was NOT in love with her, and summoned the daimon Western to take his Heart Crystal.
Guriguri Hakasei -- the exam pen name used by Gurio Umino, which means Professor Squiggles.