Princess Serenity
Serenity 2
Princess of the Moon Kingdom


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Silver Millennium


Sailor Moon: 1992


Princess Serenity was the real name of the Moon Princess. She was the previous incarnation of Usagi Tsukino, as was revealed part-way through the storyline of the first season. She was the crown princess of the Silver Millennium, but she showed little interest in her royal duties as she was infatuated with Prince Endymion of the Earth Kingdom.

Prince Endymion would sometimes visit the Moon Kingdom to see Princess Serenity. One day, not long before a planned attack on the Moon Kingdom was about to take place, Endymion visited the Moon Kingdom to warn Princess Serenity. Guards saw him and tried to chase him away. At the ball, the Prince appeared to greet the Princess at the staircase in disguise wearing a tuxedo and mask. He told the Princess that danger was coming, but he lingered with her too long and got caught up in the battle. When he tried to defend Princess Serenity from Queen Beryl, the two were separated by a gust of wind which pulled the Prince up towards Queen Beryl. When the Princess jumped to reach her love, Queen Metalia killed both of them with an energy blast.

In the live-action series, Princess Serenity's personality was more thoroughly examined and extrapolated on. She was revealed to have been cold, childish, and in some ways selfish. In this version, the destruction of the Earth Kingdom and Moon Kingdom was caused by her, in her sorrow over Endymion's death. After the Princess within Usagi was awakened, she began to slowly take over, and took control of Usagi's body when she was suffering from sadness, loneliness, or anger. When Mamoru was threatened, Usagi would transform into Princess Sailor Moon against her will. According to Minako, Serenity used to be a kind and peaceful girl, but that changed after the destruction of the Moon Kingdom and the Earth Kingdom, making her cold and ruthless and always believe that her and Endymion's destiny was only to separate, even if they were born on the same planet.

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