Did Princess Serenity have a father?

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CrystalBard

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From their romantic entanglements, we can assume that the people of Silver Millennium had the same, ahem, "drives" as normal people do and therefore, it is logical to conclude that they reproduced in the normal manner. Where then was Queen Serenity's consort?
 

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From their romantic entanglements, we can assume that the people of Silver Millennium had the same, ahem, "drives" as normal people do and therefore, it is logical to conclude that they reproduced in the normal manner. Where then was Queen Serenity's consort?
There's already an answer in the manga:
There is no father. Queen Serenity picked a star from the Galaxy Cauldron which became Princess Serenity.
 

POKIWOKI

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Basically everything living comes from there since every life is born there even chaos and all the enemies. Queen Nehellenia says to Queen Serenity in the Dream Arc flashback that they both come from a faraway place and have the same origin, alluding to the Galaxy Cauldron in the next arc.
 
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From their romantic entanglements, we can assume that the people of Silver Millennium had the same, ahem, "drives" as normal people do and therefore, it is logical to conclude that they reproduced in the normal manner. Where then was Queen Serenity's consort?
Probably not it was imply princess serenity in the manga was that she was a star turn into a baby.
 
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MariaTenebre

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There's already an answer in the manga:
There is no father. Queen Serenity picked a star from the Galaxy Cauldron which became Princess Serenity.
That was not what was said. It was said that Queen Serenity brought a shell of a star to the Cauldron to give it new life. However to be honest I haven't seen whether this is supposed to represent Princess Serenty's conception or if if this was after the fall of the Silver Millennium and she brought this "shell of a star" which is her daughter to be reincarnated etc. Because in some translations I have read was that Queen Serenity through herself in the Cauldron because unlike in the 90s anime we never seen Queen Serenty's death in the manga.
 
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MementoNepenthe

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In the manga, Queen Nehelennia remarks that Sailor Moon is the spitting image of her mother, Queen Serenity.
The novelizations of the manga also state that Queen Serenity and Sailor Moon are exact doubles.
In the Special Act of the live action series, Miyuu Sawaii (who played Sailor Moon) also played Queen Serenity.

Thus, the popular theory is that Princess Serenity is a clone of the queen, or otherwise the result of asexual reproduction and thus a physical/genetic duplicate. It's possible the "shell of a star" QS brought to the Cauldron was a piece she'd broken off her own Star Seed.
 
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I think it is implied in the manga that she has no father. I don't know if this is supposed to be some virgin birth (it wouldn't surprise me with all of the savior themes Naoko dumped onto poor Usagi). I guess we just don't know if she was actually born the way humans are or not or just created like Wonder Woman.
This probably extends to the other Sailors, which makes me wonder if they were basically clones of their parents or if they were the originals.
Only Pluto's father is mentioned and we don't have any idea if he is a physical entity or just an abstract force.

It could be that Naoko wanted to show the characters being born like some of the primordial gods in Greek Myth, out of chaos, darkness, etc.
 
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From their romantic entanglements, we can assume that the people of Silver Millennium had the same, ahem, "drives" as normal people do and therefore, it is logical to conclude that they reproduced in the normal manner. Where then was Queen Serenity's consort?
In the manga, no. She's essentially a clone of the Queen created via a barren Star Seed through the Galaxy Cauldron. 90's anime wise & PGSM though? Who knows, she could very well have had a father in those versions since the Galaxy Cauldron doesn't exist there.


This probably extends to the other Sailors, which makes me wonder if they were basically clones of their parents or if they were the originals.
Only Pluto's father is mentioned and we don't have any idea if he is a physical entity or just an abstract force.
Considering what we know of regarding the nature of how Senshi are born through Star Seeds & the Cauldron, pretty sure Chibi-Usa is the only Senshi we know thus far who was reproduced "normally" in the manga. I bet you anything when Pluto calls herself the "daughter of Chronos" she means that more metaphorically rather than literally. "Chronos" is the Latin word for "Time," so I don't believe Pluto is speaking of an actual live person, but rather metaphorically referring to herself as the daughter of Time.
 
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CrystalBard

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In the manga, no. She's essentially a clone of the Queen created via a barren Star Seed through the Galaxy Cauldron. 90's anime wise & PGSM though? Who knows, she could very well have had a father in those versions since the Galaxy Cauldron doesn't exist there.




Considering what we know of regarding the nature of how Senshi are born through Star Seeds & the Cauldron, pretty sure Chibi-Usa is the only Senshi we know thus far who was reproduced "normally" in the manga. I bet you anything when Pluto calls herself the "daughter or Chronos" she means that more metaophorically rather than literally. "Chronos" is the Latin word for "Time," so I don't believe Pluto is speaking of an actual live person, but rather metaphorically referring to herself as the daughter of Time.
I didn't see "was reproduced" and thought Chibiusa had a kid.