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The Dead Moon Circus headed by Zirconia and consisting of Hawk's Eye, Tiger's Eye, Fish's Eye, CereCere, PallaPalla, JunJun, VesVes and Nephrenia, is searching for Helios, the guardian of the Golden Crystal which, if in the hands of the New Moon, will turn his land, Erusion, into a land of darkness. However, the bad guys managed to lock Helios away, forcing him to take on the equinine form of Pegasus, who now lives in Chiba-Usa's dreams. To find Helios, the New Moon must attack the owner of the dream mirror Helios is hiding in, and it's up to the Sailor Senshi to stop them, in the beginning of the story. Written by
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A rather disappointing storyline focusing on Chibiusa is really the main factor that caused this series to be the worst of the five Sailor Moon seasons. Her relationship with Sailor Moon as well as Pegasus/Helios is developed however, and it's also a treat to see Usagi and Chibiusa bickering, but it really really does get tiring to the point that it's annoying.
The animation seems to have worsen quite a bit probably due to the horribly bright pastel colors, compared to the previous S season except for the improvements of the senshi's transformation and attack sequences (always eye-candy for many to watch).
The whole dream motif lacks any serious drama but rather focuses on maturity, which at times fails to improve with such an uninteresting plot. The storyline isn't too appealing to many fans and the annoyance of the many ugly and uncreative enemies doesn't help either which leads to many unmemorable episodes.
The music at times is heart-felt to listen to, but it only focuses on the fantasy side and lacking any seriousness or drama. A rather bad season for Sailor Moon and her senshi, but if you're able to endure this season up to the end, then I really do applaud you.
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