Palis, Sailor -- The name given to Sailor Pallas in the Mixx/Tokyopop English translation of the manga. This is a misspelling of Pallas, which is one of the largest asteroids in our Solar System's asteroid belt. Later, Mixx misspelled the name again and called her Sailor Palus. In the Japanese original, her name is Sailor Pallas. For more information on this character, please see "Pallas, Sailor."
Papillotes -- brightly wrapped pieces of candy that become BonBon Babies. When the fairies Poupelin, Banane, and Orange throw them, yelling, "Papillotes!," and play a certain tune on their flutes, they transform into the BonBon Babies. Poupelin controls blue BonBon Babies, Banane controls orange BonBon ones, and Orange controls red ones. Another fairy, Perle, can play a certain tune on his flute to stop the BonBon Babies from attacking. In the Materials Collection, Papillotes are described as "colorful candy balls."
Parallel Sailor Moon -- a short parody of Sailor Moon written by Naoko Takeuchi. Nothing from it goes with the main series of Sailor Moon, but it's a sort of "what if . . ?" story. It was written to celebrate the Year of the Rabbit, and was included in the Sailor Moon Materials Collection. All of the senshi are grown up and living in Crystal Tokyo with their children, and the star of Parallel Sailor Moon is Usagi Tsukino's second daughter, Kousagi Tsukino, who is also a senshi.
Patricia Haruna -- Serena's Eighth grade teacher at Crossroads Junior High. She appears first in episode 1, and is often the victim of various "monsters of the day." In the Japanese original, her name was Haruna Sakurada.
Peach Hips -- a singing group made up of seiyuu (voice actresses or voice talents) of the five original senshi in the anime (Sailor Moon, Sailor Mercury, Sailor Mars, Sailor Jupiter, and Sailor Venus). They sang most of the songs from the series and from some of the computer games. The names of the group members are Mitsuishi Kotono, Hisakawa Aya, Tomizawa Michie, Fukami Rika, and Shinohari Emi.
Personal Computer Club - A club at Juuban High School in which Ami is a member. The club appears in episode 174. Ami is in the club's Computer Room typing away, while a group of students crowds behind her, peeking over her shoulder. She prints a page and gives it to a boy behind her, telling him that she has just downloaded the document (which is about space engineering) from the Columbia University library's internet site. The boy says that he doesn't speak English well, but Ami offers to translate it for him. The club is mentioned in episode 174.
Peruru -- the name given to Perle, one of the faeries from the SuperS movie, in the English dub of the movie by Pioneer. For more information on this character, please see the entry for Perle.
Pet Shop Perfume
Petite Roll -- The name given to Ptilol, Cyprine's sister, in the Mixx/Tokyopop English translation of the manga. In the Japanese original, her name is Ptilol.
Pewter Fox -- an animamate who appeared only in the drama play. Since there is no Lead Crow in the play, she is the leader, and she is played by Junko Iemura.
Phantom Silver Crystal
Pink Sugar Tuxedo Attack -- a joint attack performed by Tuxedo Kamen and Sailor ChibiMoon.
Pinku no Atama -- The pink guardian cat of Kousagi in Parallel Moon, a parody Naoko Takeuchi made of Sailor Moon. She may be the second daughter of Luna and Artemis, as she serves the second daughter of Sailor Moon. She can change into human form, and her top row of whiskers and tail are curled.
Planet Girls -- American dolls that are a rip-off of Sailor Moon. They are small action figures that resemble the inner senshi. Mercury Girl, Moon Girl, Mars Girl, Venus Girl, and Jupiter Girl come in poses that look like the inner senshi's. Mars Girl has Sailor Venus's bow in her hair, however, and there are some other slight differences.
PQ Angels -- another manga by Naoko Takeuchi, the creator of Sailor Moon. It is about 2 girls from the planet Fuiren named P-Ko & Q-ko. They are disguised as ordinary human girls, but in their true form they are cockroaches! Their mission is to find their queen, Queen Anko, who has suddenly disappeared. The manga began running inn Nakayoshi in September 1997.
Pri-Pri -- the name of the Juuban store that Makoto and Unazuki visit in Exam Special #1 in order to purchase a hibiscus tea that will supposedly keep them awake, as it is sour. After that, Makoto visits the store every day after school and makes many purchases. Touhiichan sells Makoto tasty tea and cakes, which Makoto happily eats during her cram sessions with the others. For more information, please see Touhiichan.
Prince Uranus -- a false rumour started by the SOS fan group which claims that the prince of Uranus was in love with Princess Neptune in the Silver Millennium, but died. He was reincarnated as his sister Princess Uranus. This is ENTIRELY FALSE, started in an attempt caused by homophobia to prove that the two are not lesbians. In fact, they are, and I must reiterate that the rumour of "Prince Uranus" is NOT TRUE.
Princess Rubina -- a "free spirit" who doesn't want to bend the rules of state and diplomacy in her kingdom, so she escapes and comes to Tokyo under the pretense of being a normal girl. She goes to the summer festival, where she meets Usagi and ChibiUsa. She also meets a balloon vendor, and became entranced with the freedom of the balloons. She gives one to a spoiled child, seeing in him the reflection of her youth. She then gives away ALL the balloons, and the vendor becomes angry, yelling at her for having no money. He threatens to get violent, but Hawks Eye, who has chosen her as his dream mirror target, appears and prevents this. He then addresses Rubina as "princess," shocking her because she hasn't revealed her identity to anyone. Sailor Moon, of course, saves her at the last moment. Princess Rubina looks very similar to Haruka, and she rules in the Amethyst Kingdom. She is often incorrectly called Princess Lubiina.
Princess Snow Kaguya
Prizma -- dub name of Petz, a member of the Dark Moon Family and oldest of the four sisters who appear in Sailor Moon R. She is looking for Rini to get the Imperium Silver Crystal, and is Sailor Jupiter's counterpart. She is in love with Sapphire. She and her sisters are healed, and they live in an apartment in Tokyo where they run a cosmetics shop. Prizma controls black lightening.
Professor Izono -- A female scientist who is researching the ginzuishou in volume 01, act 06 of the manga. In actuality, Professor Izono is Zoisite, a man, in disguise. Zoisite appears on television as Professor Izono claiming that the ginzuishou has the power to provide eternal youth, and hypnotizes viewers into frantically searching for it.
Progenitor Daimons -- a very different class of daimons. They broke most of the daimon convention in that they were not only male in gender but also possessed a natural form that was inhuman, for example. Only one daimon of this subspecies was seen, named Germatoid, who took full mental and physical control of the body of Professor Souichi Tomoe. They are also called Type One Daimons. The names of the different types of daimons are not official - they were created for ease.
Proto Daimons -- the daimons which were crude products of Professor Tomoe's early experiments to create them through the fusion of daimon eggs with human beings. After reaching maturity inside their human hosts, the daimons would emerge from the backs of the individuals as amorphous black masses, causing the person incredible pain, and then proceed to swallow the physical forms of the victim before becoming a bulbous, inhuman creature with tentacles and razor sharp teeth. These early prototypes are not believed to be true examples of daimons. They were primitive, genderless, completely mindless, and dangerous due to their incredible strength and speed. However, they could be easily destroyed by a direct hit from one of the senshi's attacks. This caused their bodies to crystallize and then disappear, releasing their now unconscious yet otherwise unharmed human hosts. Also known as Type Zero daimons. The names of the different types of daimons are not official - they were created for ease.
Protect the Childrens' Dream! A Frienship Tied by Anime
Pupuran -- the name given to Poupelin, one of the faeries from the SuperS movie, in the English dub of the movie by Pioneer. His voice actor is Robert Tinkler. For more information on this character, please see the entry for Poupelin.
Pure Heart Crystal -- crystals that are found inside of pure people, which the Death Busters, Sailor Uranus, and Sailor Neptune are looking for. Their main goal is to find three very special ones which contain the three talismans. When the three talismans are together, the holy grail is formed. Without the crystals, however, their owners will die. In the manga, they are also the transformation crystals that the senshi get in the Dream Arc, and are called "Planet Crystals", such as "Jupiter Crystal" and "Mercury Crystal".
Puu -- the nickname given to Setsuna Meioh (also known as Sailor Pluto), by Sailor ChibiMoon (also known as Chibiusa). First appears in the Sailor R season.