Rank Sailor Moon’s transformation cues

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Sep 6, 2014
1. Moon Crystal Power*- So elegant. Honestly I think it fits the animation better than either of its Japanese counterparts

2. Moon Crystal Power Make-up- Easily my favorite of the Japanese themes.

3. Moon Crisis Power Make-up- A nice chance of pace from the ooooh Sailor Mooon we’ve been getting

4. Moon Cosmic Power Make-up- Do do do do do doo dooo do do Sailor Moon!

5. Moon Eternal Make up- Something about it sounds Disney’s Cinderella esque to me...

6. Moon Prism Power**- It’s fine

7. Moon Prism Power Make-up: It’s a tad too generic but it does best fit the Charlie Angel’s vibes the composer was going for

* Moon Crystal Power refers to the transformation music used in the DiC dub from episode 2-82 even when she says Moon Prism Power in the first arc

**Moon Prism Power refers to the first episode specific transformation music used to match the sped up transformation animation needed for the episode to fit its 20 minute runtime after they added footage from episode 44 as a prologue. It was also used in the edited S movie dub for Rini when she becomes Mini Moon.


Aurorae Lunares
Nov 22, 2016
1. Moon Prism Power - So energetic, vibrant and classy! Gives the superheroine vibes!
2 Moon Crisis (SuperS) - It really pumps you up while you watch the footage! Love the sax! (Is it sax? I'm not good with instruments)
3 Moon Cosmic Power - It really suits Sailor Moon's twirls and spins and goes really well along with the footage, even though it sounds a little annoying.
4 Moon Crystal Power - It's a good track, but doesn't sound like a transformation theme in my opinion. It's not energetic.
5 Moon Eternal - Boooooooooring and completely unsuitable. Too princess-y.
Sep 10, 2012
The Void
I liked the transformations before some of the later ones began adding heart themes to the sequence. And I really don't like that Usagi and Chibiusa share a transformation sequence, since that demands the two have to be in the scene together every time.