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Sailor Moon DnD Character Sheets – Take Two!

Sailor Moon DnD Character Sheets – Take Two!

You asked for it and you got it! Here are new Sailor Moon character sheets. Now you can play DnD 5e as Tuxedo Mask, Chibi Moon, or one of the Outer Senshi!


Tuxedo Mask


 

Orphaned at a young age, the Urchin background is perfect for Tuxedo Mask! Since he primarily uses roses and a cane, and later a sword, for battle, a fighter class was just right. Tuxedo Mask uses attacks (sometimes quite colorfully) to confuse, distract, and weaken his opponents so an Eldritch Knight that mainly uses Chromatic Orb and Color Spray made sense. Ask your DM about using roses as a weapon with dart stats!

Tuxedo Mask

 


Chibi Moon


 

Chibi Moon came from the future where she is a princess so she’s clearly meant for the noble background. Chibi Moon is the youngest of all the Sailor Scouts so she still has much to learn. As a sorceress, Chibi Moon sometimes has uncontrollable bursts of magic, especially when frightened. Since she often acts in her own self interest, even going so far as to alter the memories of multitudes of people, Chibi Moon is a Chaotic Neutral character. Ask your DM about customizing the Luna Ball using the sling’s stats.

Chibi Moon

 


Sailor Neptune


 

Sailor Neptune, like Sailor Mercury, is attuned to water and has bardic features. However, Neptune’s main passion in life is her violin, so she is fully bard. Neptune is more powerful than the Inner Senshi and known for being poised, graceful, and calm as the eye of a storm. Despite being well-liked and admired, Neptune has no patience for lies, even when the lie is made with the best intentions, so a character using this PC would use Cutting Words whenever an opportunity arose. Neptune utilizes her violin in one of her attacks, so a Neptune PC would use Marine Cathedrale as a focus for spells.

Sailor Neptune

 


Sailor Uranus


 

Much like Sailor Neptune, Sailor Uranus is stronger than the Inner Shensi. Uranus and Neptune are clearly wealthy in the series, though it is not known exactly where the wealth comes from (other than “patrons”). Despite being a fighter, Uranus can also be considered noble. Therefore, a Noble Knight was the right variant background for this scout! Uranus is the physically strongest and most hands-on of the scouts, making a fighter class, Eldritch Knight, perfect! Uranus is known as the “Soldier of Sky” so Feather Fall is a great spell to learn when using this PC.

Sailor Uranus

 


Sailor Pluto


 

Sailor Pluto is the oldest of the scouts and, as a result, is stronger. Sailor Pluto serves time and is often seen as a tragically lonely character as she alone must protect the space-time continuum, making a hermit background rather fitting. As the servant of time, any Pluto PC should start as a cleric to a time god. Her holy symbol is her Garnet Rod and Orb and it is by using this rod that Pluto is able to cast her spells. In her human form, Pluto is a doctor, so it is important to be proficient in medicine and have several healing spells ready to go.

Sailor Pluto

 


Sailor Saturn


 

I would suggest that any group that wants to include Sailor Saturn only use her as an NPC because she requires the most customization and is the strongest of all the scouts. Sailor Saturn is the scout of death and rebirth and has the power to destroy entire planets and kill enemies with a single attack, but, when she does, she trades her life and is reborn as a human baby. As a warlock, Sailor Saturn is bonded to an Otherworldly Patron, in this case Death, and is granted great power as a result. If Saturn is played as a PC, it is important to remember that Saturn’s human persona has no idea she is a scout for most of the series and only uses magic in extreme circumstances (and usually has no memory of using magic). As such, a person playing Saturn would want to roleplay as a level 1 human no matter their actual level until a situation was life or death.

Sailor Saturn

 

 

And there you have it! Just as with part 1 of our Sailor Scout character sheets, remember to never turn your back on your friends, always be there to defend, and be the one on whom they can depend. That’s how you play as Sailor Moon!

Character Sheets Created by: Ailea Merriam-Pigg

All Images Credited to: Toei Animation

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