What Was The Appeal of Mamoru/Endymion?

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Jun 17, 2019
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Serenity wanted that Earth gold
Maybe it was the other way around and Endymion wanted in on that SilMil status, power and longer lifespan? :P

What if he was just pretending to love Serenity all along and his romance with her was a carefully calculated political move on his part in order to improve Earth's position in the Solar System?
 

Maraviollantes

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He does not drive fancy cars
There were only 100 limited edition Alfa Romeo SZ available across Japan, and only 1,000 in the entire world. Driving one of these back in 90s was a perfect way to show to everyone that you belong to elite class who own this world.

Haruka is richer than him.
That's why she didn't even need a penis to make Usagi wet and instantly forget about Mamoru. And the only reason why Haruka didn't end up with Usagi is...

Michiru is the richest girl, she has her own helicopter.
That's why Haruka didn't dump her for Usagi.
 

Thexall

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There were only 100 limited edition Alfa Romeo SZ available across Japan, and only 1,000 in the entire world. Driving one of these back in 90s was a perfect way to show to everyone that you belong to elite class who own this world.


That's why she didn't even need a penis to make Usagi wet and instantly forget about Mamoru. And the only reason why Haruka didn't end up with Usagi is...


That's why Haruka didn't dump her for Usagi.
Why dumping anyone? She should have just built an harem like an Arab sheikh.
 
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Clow

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In the 1980s, the economy in Japan was actually in a boom and people in general paid the highest prices for luxury goods and commodities. The employment rate was very low and it was not too uncommon for people to pay a lot of money for the best cars, clothes, and even signed artworks. Naoko Takeuchi grew up in that era, the 80s, and she mentions brands like Versace and French artists like René Lalique in her “Sailor Moon” manga. I don’t believe she was a “noveau riche” by the time that her manga got published. I believe she came from a privileged family and, to me, it is obvious that she knew about art and the finest things of life before becoming famous.