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Chibiusa


 

Alternative names:

Usagi TSUKINO
Chibiusa Tsukino
Rabbit
Usagi Small Lady Serenity
Rini Tsukino
月野 うさぎ
ちびうさ
月野 ちびうさ

Tags:

Human, Mahou Shoujo, Elementary School Student, Hair Buns, Magical Girl, Pigtails, Secret Identity, Time Traveler, Princess, Odango, School Uniform, Loli, Child

Information:

Gender: Female
Birthday: 30. June
Eye colour: Red
Hair colour: Pink
Hair length: To Shoulders
Nationality: Japan
Birthday: June 30
Astrological Sign: Cancer
Blood Type: O
Hobbies: Magic Tricks
Favorite Color: Red, Pink
Favorite Class: Manual-Arts Class
Least Favorite Class: Language Arts
Favorite Foods: Pudding
Least Favorite Food: Carrots
Hopes To Go To: The Moon
Habit: Upward glance
Special Skill: Pink Sugar Heart Attack
Pet she wants to raise: A rabbit
Dislikes: ghosts
Motto: I am a graceful lady.
Favorite Stone: Diamond
Chibiusa's real name is actually Usagi, but she is nicknamed Chibiusa to distinguish her from Usagi. She is usually very upbeat, extroverted and outgoing. Though she started out socially awkward, she quickly became popular with her classmates in the 20th-century.
Chibiusa's dream is to one day become a real lady, to have her own prince, and to be friends with everyone she knows. Meanwhile, she is a fairly ordinary little girl; she likes pink and red, pudding, pancakes, and rabbits. Her favorite school subject is drawing, while her least favorites are language classes.
Chibiusa is actually the future daughter of Usagi Tsukino and Mamoru Chiba, and was sent back in time to the "present" to stay with them before she was born. Also it was strongly implied that Usagi was pregnant at her and Mamoru's wedding
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Related anime:

Sailor Moon S Movie: Hearts in Ice Movie, 1994
Sailor Moon S TV, 1994
Sailor Moon SuperS Movie: Black Dream Hole Movie, 1995
Sailor Moon SuperS Plus: Ami's First Love Movie, 1995
Sailor Moon Super S TV, 1995
Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon Super S Specials TV-Special, 1995
Sailor Moon Sailor Stars TV, 1996
Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon Memorial OVA, 1998
Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon Crystal Web, 2014
Sailor Moon Crystal Season 3 TV, 2016

Voice actors:

Kae Araki, Japanese
Misato Fukuen, Japanese
Stephanie Beard, English
Tracey Hoyt, English
Sandy Fox, English
Letizia Ciampa, Italian
Amélie Morin, French
Cristina Hernandez, Spanish
Nicola Grupe, German
Ilona Molnár, Hungarian
Úrsula Bezerra, Brazilian
Do Yeong Song, Korean
Anat Alpan, Hebrew
Deborah Morese, Italian