A type of weapon used by Sailor Moon. The crescent attached to them are made of crystal. Sailor Moon uses hers for most attacks. It first appeared in Act 1, by coming out of her brooch. In Act 27, it was shattered by Dark Mercury, but it reappeared again, undamaged, in Act 28. In Act 48, when Metalia Endymion sent a blast of energy at Sailor Moon, she used the Moonlight Stick to defend herself and it shattered and disappeared. It appeared once again in the Special Act. Sailor Luna has her own Moonlight Stick and changes it into other objects on occasion, including a paper fan, golden fan (Act 39), and catching net (Act 29) to fetch Mercury's Sailor Star Tamborine. It first appears in Episode 27.
To perform the attack 'Moon Tiara Boomerang,' Sailor Moon detach her tiara and it's shape would change into a boomerang. She then threw it at her opponent. The tiara would then reappear on her forehead shortly afterwards.
The Crescent Moon Cutter was a weapon used by Sailor V. She could hold it as she attacked, wielding it like a small knife, or throw it at her enemies and have it return back to her, boomerang-style. She also wielded it as 'Princess' Sailor Venus.
Each of the Guardian Senshi were given star-shaped attack item by Artemis. Together with Sailor Moon, these items enable the Senshi to use the 'Moonlight Attractive Attack' and the 'Sailor Planet Attack.' Not all of them need be present to use these combined attacks. Sailor Jupiter and Sailor Mercury are shown using theirs for their Jupiter Thunderbolt and Mercury Aqua Storm. They can also be used for an unnamed attack that launches star shapes. In the final episode and the Special Act, the Tamborines are turned into weapons -- a Mercury Sword, Jupiter Spear, and Mars and Venus Daggers.
Sailor Venus wore this chain as a belt and used it as a defensive and offensive physical weapon. The chain was strong enough to block edged weapons without breaking. She prominently used it to perform the 'Venus Love-Me Chain Attack.'
Princess Sailor Moon conjures this sword to deflect off attacks, absorb them and send them back at her opponent. She can perform a five-point-star-patterned energy field to send out a powerful destructive energy. It also turns into a harp, that she uses to play for her sorrow, and sometimes to heal people and other living things, including plants.
The Maboroshi no Ginzuishou (Illusionary Silver Crystal) was owned by Princess Serenity during the Silver Millennium. Sailor Moon mainly used it as a healing tool, but it could be used as an offensive weapon. When the Dark Kingdom attacked and Endymion was killed, Princess Serenity used the Ginzuishou to wipe out the forces of the Dark Kingdom, as well as destroy all life on Earth. In Act 25, Tuxedo Mask was mortally injured by Kunzite. As she cradled his body and wept, Sailor Moon changed into Princess Serenity.
One of her tears paused in midair, shining with an intense light, and became the Ginzuishou. Its power healed Tuxedo Mask and forced their enemies to retreat. However, the crystal was never fully separated from her body. After that, whenever Mamoru was endangered, Sailor Moon transformed into Princess Sailor Moon. Princess Sailor Moon said that she would use the Silver Crystal to destroy the world again if it should come to that. Using the Ginzuishou increased the power of Queen Metalia and since Usagi unintentionally used it every time she was upset, she was forced to struggle to suppress any negative emotion in order for the power not to go haywire. When Sailor Moon was forced to kill Prince Endymion after he was possessed by Queen Metalia in Act 48, it proved to be too much for her. She transformed into Princess Sailor Moon again and, even though the Senshi attempted to stop her, she destroyed the planet using the power of the Ginzuishou. She released all the power of the Ginzuishou to restore everything to normal, killing herself and destroying the crystal in the process. However, by the wish of the Sailor Senshi and the Shitennou, both Usagi and Mamoru were revived.
Also known as the Spirit of the Senshi, a sword that is exclusive to the Special Act. The sword was originally kept in the Moon Castle, but Queen Serenity sent it to the Earth. Minako, Ami, Makoto, and Usagi used the power of the sword to restore their transformation items to temporarily regain their lost Senshi powers in order to fight Queen Mio. The Sword is said to only be able to be pulled out if all the Senshi's hearts were together. Since Rei was hospitalized, the image of Ami, Makoto, and Minako with the sword appeared to her and she extended her hand to them. With their hearts together, the sword was able to be pulled out. The Sword is also good for combat.
There is no official name for this weapon. She forms a sword out of water from standing water to protect herself in Act 14 against Kunzite.
There is no official name for this weapon. Sailor Mercury transformed her Sailor Star Tambourine into the sword by calling upon the powers of water and Mercury. She used it in the Final Act and the Special Act.
There is no official name for this weapon. Sailor Jupiter transformed her Sailor Star Tambourine into the spear by calling upon the powers of wood and Jupiter. She originally created it to defeat the Youma created by Princess Sailor Moon in the Final Act. The spear reappeared in the Special Act.
There is no official name for the weapons. Sailor Mars transformed both Sailor Venus' and her own Sailor Star Tambourine into the daggers by calling upon the powers of fire and Mars. She originally created them to defeat the Youma created by Princess Sailor Moon in the Final Act. The daggers reappeared in the Special Act, but were instead used by Sailor Venus.
There is no official name for these weapons. Sailor Venus used her dagger and a matching one belonging to Sailor Mars in the Special Act to protect Sailor Moon. Some call both Twin Daggers or Mars Venus Daggers.