T*A Private Girls' School -- the Catholic school Rei Hino attends throughout Sailor Moon. Although Rei is a Shinto shrine maiden, she attends this school because her father wishes her to. It is also known as Brookdale Private School in the English dub. Unazuki Furuhata also attends school here.
Takarazuka Revue -- an all-girl revue company in Japan that was created as a counterpart to the all-male Kabuki theatre. Each woman in the group trains to play roles of one gender. In the Materials Collection Artbook, it says that Haruka Tenoh plays male roles with the group, and Michiru Kaioh is affiliated with the group, but it does not say how.
Takuzo Igarashi -- a famous young violinist who appeared in episode 93. His dedication to his instument made him an ideal target for the Kaolinite, and so she sent the daimon Octave to steal his pure heart. The daimon was fused with his violin, and she suddenly came to life during the middle of a violin and piano recital. For more information, see Octave.
Talismans -- The three talismans are three objects sealed inside three very special pure heart crystals. They are Sailor Uranus's Space Sword, Sailor Neptune's Deep Aqua Mirror, and Sailor Pluto's Garnet Orb. In the anime, when they come together, they create the Holy Grail, a sacred chalice which gives Sailor Moon the power to become Super Sailor Moon. In the manga, when they come together, it signals the rebirth of the senshi of silence, Sailor Saturn. These three items are based on the Japanese myth of the legendary three treasures which the sun goddess Amaterasu brought to Japan (the sword, the jewel, and the mirror). This legend has manifested itself in different forms in several other anime, including Yuu Yuu Hakusho, GS Mikami, and Samurai Troopers (Ronin Warriors).
Talents -- this is a joke referring to the Snow White episode. In the original, Makoto (Lita) said that she should play Snow White because she had the largest breasts. In the dub, it was changed to having the most "talent." Hence, people on the net routinely refer to breast size as "talent."
Tamasaburo -- One of Eudial's victims. He was an expert at Japanese tea ceremony. He was saved by Sailor ChibiMoon. The next day, ChibiUsa and Usagi returned to the temple where his pure heart crystal was nearly taken, and he came to the door in a senshi outfit calling himself Sailor Tamasburo!
Tamasburo, Sailor -- a boy who was attacked by Eudial for his pure heart crystal and was saved by Sailor ChibiMoon. He was an expert at Japanese tea ceremony. The day after ChibiMoon saved him, Usagi and ChibiUsa returned to the temple where he was attacked and found him in a senshi outfit calling himself "Sailor Tamasburo".
Tanabata Festival -- a festival held each year on the seventh day of the seventh month (7 July). It is featured in ChibiUsa's Picture Diary in volume 10 of the manga, "Tale of the Warning on the Countdown to Tanabata."
Tankei Kingdom -- the kingdom on the Planet Kinmoku (Kinmoku-sei) where Princess Kakyuu is from. It is sometimes incorrectly called the Red Cercis Kingdom or the Ceres Kingdom.
Tatsuyuki Ishimori -- seiyuu for Mr. Garayan, the director, and Sailor Conductor, a phage, who both appeared in episode 180.
Terono Ruru -- Tellu's disguise as a botany teacher.
Tellun -- Tellu's plant that sucks energy from its owner by emitting a poisonous gas from its leaves. Both Makoto and Setsuna bought one of these plants. Minako discovered that Makoto's was killing all of the other plants in the house, and it tried to take their energy. The senshi then confronted and killed Tellu. In the anime, the plants turned against her.
Tea and Coffee Tour de Corse -- a cafe that appeared in episode 25 where Crane Master Joe was attacked by Zoisite for his Nijizuishou for the second time. He was eating at the cafe with Makoto Kino when the attack took place, but he managed to escape unharmed.
Tensai shoujoha youma nano? Kyoufuno sennoujuku
Terry Hawkes -- the English voice actress of Sailor Moon for most of the first and second season. She is from Alberta Canada, with a degree in drama from the University of Calgary. She did not return to do the voice of Sailor Moon for the S series because she was on pregnancy leave. She also appears on television on Traders, The Outer Limits, Beverly Hills 90210 and various other shows including daytime dramas.
The Illustration of Love, Usagi and Mamoru Getting Closer?
The Last Sailor Soldier, Venus Comes
Theodore -- [French] from the first season of Sailor Moon. He works with Rei Hino at the Cherry Hill Temple. He signs up at the temple to be around Rei, but stayed longer because of his desire to improve himself. In the Japanese original, he is known as Yuuchirou Kumada.
Theta, Sailor -- one of Galaxia's minions who appears with Chi and Phi in the Sailor Moon drama play. Also known as Shadow Bee, she seems to lead the other two, and they all answer more to another head villain, MCFly, than to Galaxia.
Theory of Relativity -- a book being read by Ami Mizuno in episode 169, as she waits for class to start.
Thomas Harris -- a famous young deejay that Mimete adored. While in the middle of a presentation at the local planetarium, he was attacked by the daimon Chouten, who tried to take his Heart Crystal - but not before Mimete attempted to gain his autograph! He appeared in episode 119.
Three O'Clock Faerie -- the translation of "Sanji no Yosei," a magical song that is played on flute in the Sailor Moon SuperS movie by Poupelin in order to lure children away from their homes.
Time Stop -- an attack of Sailor Pluto's that is described as being the ultimate taboo. She was warned against using this attack by Queen Serenity since she first began her service at the Time Gate. Because she used this attack, which manipulates time and space, she was forced to give up her life. Thus when she used this attack in Act 23, she sacrificed her own life in order to save the world. She was laid to rest in the crystal tower in Crystal Tokyo, but is reincarnated later in the series.
Tioron Crystal - The Tioron Crystal is an amulet that was worn by Keiko Tomoe, Hotaru's mother, while she was living. Professor Tomoe gave it to his daughter, Hotaru, in order to ease her pains and comfort her fits. It is the power source of the Deathbusters, and they wish to make it stronger and more powerful so that they can take over the world. It first appears in Act 25, Volume 08, and appears only in the manga.
Titanium Kerokko -- an animamate who appeared only in the Sailor Moon drama play who was played by Harukano Yamaguchi. In Japan, "Kero kero" is the sound a frog makes. She is often incorrectly called Stone Crocco, Stone Froggie, or Stone Kerokko.
Tobita Nobuo -- the voice actor for Poupelin. He was born on 6 November and is blood type AB. He currently works for Arts Vision Productions, and has also appeared in several other anime including Gundam 0038, Ah! MY Goddess, Nadesico, Miracle Girls, and Fushigi Yuugi.
Toby Proctor -- the English voice actor for Tuxedo Mask/Darien for most of the first 65 episodes. He now appears in Police Academy: The Series.
Tomoko Naka -- the seiyuu for the lemures PeroPero-chan, who appeared in episode 158.
Toshio Furukawa -- the seiyuu for Hawk's Eye. She was born on 16 July 1946 in Tochigi. Her blood type is B. She also did Shun Hayase's voice (episode 117). Some other anime that she has appeared on are Maison Ikkoku (Sakamoto), Crying Freeman (Freeman), Dragonball (General Blue and Piccolo), and Dragonball Z (Piccolo)
Touhiichan -- An incorrect spelling of Tohi-chan, the name of the villain from the Exam Special #1 in Volume 13. Please see "Tohi-chan" for more information on this character.
Touzai Bank -- Touzai Bank was a fictional chain of banks with one branch in Juuban. In episode 033, Zoisite dressed as Sailor Moon and stopped a bank robbery that was taking place there, ultimately helping police arrest the bank robber.
Toyoshima Machiko -- ParaPara's seiyuu. She was born on 28 December, 1971, in Ibaraki. Her blood type is O. She works with Aoni Productions. Some other shows she has appeared on are Dragonball Z, Marmalade Boy, and Sensei Nuubee. She has also participated in several singing groups such as Girls Be, Radish Roxs, SG Girls, and S-nery V.
Transformation -- when the senshi transform from their civilian selves into their senshi forms. For each senshi, there is a long transformation sequence which in reality on lasts for less than a second. The inner and outer senshi use a transformation pen or wand, and the Starlights use Star Yells and microphone headsets.
Transformation Pen -- one of the pens that the senshi (scouts) use to transform from their civilian forms to their senshi (scout/Sailor) forms. Each senshi's Transformation Pen has the sign of her planet on top of it. These pens are used in the first season. Also called henshin pens.
Transformation Stick -- one of the sticks that the senshi (scouts) use to transform from their civilian forms to their senshi (scout/Sailor) forms. There are two types of these wands. The first was used in Sailor Moon R and Sailor Moon S, and has a star engraved with the sign of its bearer's planet engraved in it. The second was used in Sailor Moon SuperS and Sailor Stars, and has wings and an engraved star on it. Also called henshin wands, henshin sticks, or transformation wands.
Transformation Wand -- one of the sticks that the senshi (scouts) use to transform from their civilian forms to their senshi (scout/Sailor) forms. There are two types of these wands. The first was used in Sailor Moon R and Sailor Moon S, and has a star engraved with the sign of its bearer's planet engraved in it. The second was used in Sailor Moon SuperS and Sailor Stars, and has wings and an engraved star on it. Also called henshin sticks, henshin wands, or transformation sticks.
Tree of Darkness -- [Italian] the translation of "L'albergo dell' oscurita," which is the name given to the Makaijuu, the alien tree that appeared in the Sailor Moon R season, in the Italian dub. In the DiC dub, the name Doom Tree is given.
Triple Axel Kick -- A physical attack used by the youma Janelyn in episode 039 in order to separate Makoto from her ice skating partner, Misha.
Trista -- the name of Sailor Pluto in her civilian form. In the Japanese original, her name is Setsuna Meioh, and she is basically the same as the original, with the same appearance and attacks, except that in the dub, her voice is much higher pitched, and she does not act as mature and sophisticated as she does in the original. For more information, see the Setsuna Meioh or Sailor Pluto entries.
Tsukikage no Knight
Tsutomu Asai -- a boy who appeared in episode 100 who admired Minako for how well she played volleyball. He asked Minako if she had a boyfriend, and it is speculated that he had a crush on her, despite the fact that his girlfriend is the captain of the volleyball team. Because of the pure heart he displayed in his passion for the sport of volleyball, Kaolinite sought him out and ordered the daimon Highkyuun to extract his Pure Heart, which she did. His Heart Crystal was later returned to him. See also: Highkyuun.
Tubby Kamen -- "Tubby Kamen" is a common name mistakenly given to Debutcho Kamen ("Chubby Mask"), who is actually Makoto Hanmatsuura from Volume 17, ChibiUsa's Picture Diary #4.
Tuxedo Umino Kamen
Tuxedo La Smoking Bomber -- Tuxedo Kamen's manga-only attack, which was used for the first time on the twins Achiral & Chiral. He also destroyed Esmeraude with this attack. In French, "Le Smoking" means "Tuxedo." So, in essence, Tuxedo Kamen is actually saying "Tuxedo Tuxedo Bomber!" "Smoking" is also both a Spanish word and an English word.
Type One 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 Progenitor Daimons. The names of the different type of daimons are not official - they were created for ease.
Type Two 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. Type Two Daimons are also called Generic Daimons. The names of the different type of daimons are not official - they were created for ease.
Type Zero 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 Proto Daimons. The names of the different type of daimons are not official - they were created for ease.