When the Inner Senshi used that crystal sword to focus their powers and wake up Usagi in the manga, the sword lay forgotten and frozen at Point D after Metallia was defeated. (I don’t think you see it again, ever?) At the end of the manga years later, after the world was healed by Usagi and they wanted to create Crystal Tokyo, the sword was recovered and ‘planted’, stuck in the ground at the center of the (current? ruined?) Tokyo and used as a seed around which the Palace grew. It remains as an equivalent to that pillar thing in the remains of the Moon Palace and is a really useful power focus.
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Rei never really mends her relationship with her father, but she still sends him a card on his birthday. She presents the card as from an admiring fan of the politician, but she always hopes deep, deep in her heart that he’ll know that it’s from her and call her in response.
He never does.
Sailor Astarte (from the musicals) is out there in the SM mangaverse and animeverse. Maybe the PGSM world too (where I also believe the Outer Senshi at least are also definitely in existence). She just never had a reason and/or occasion to appear, or possibly even awaken at all, in the anime and manga series, and hasn’t had one yet in the slice of the PGSMverse we got to see (I believe more happened in it after the conclusion!). She may be different in certain ways from how she was shown in the musicals (as many characters are) but is still recognizably the same character and goes by Shiba Shingetsu (no “Astarte” in her civilian name like in the musicals)
Kunzite never came up with a single plan of his own in the manga. Beryl came up with all of his plans. Why? Because Beryl had him magically stoned off his ass 24/7/365. Since it was a magically altered state of mind, it didn’t affect his reflexes or fighting abilities, but it did dull his cognitive reasoning in order to reduce the likelihood of him questioning orders. It also served the purpose of dulling his emotional reactions, distracting and difficult to control as emotions are.
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While she disliked Hotaru in the anime, in the manga (at least my Mixx version) Kaolinite acted kindly towards her, only to be hostilely rejected by the girl and told “you’re not coming in to our family!” I think that Kaolinite might have actually wanted to be close to Hotaru and be a family with her and Professor Tomoe. Sure, it could have just been an act to make Prof. Tomoe think better of her, but my first instinct was to take it at face value and believe that Kaori was really trying sincerely…maybe she also felt sorry for Hotaru because she knew what was really happening to her.
I also think that Mistress 9 killing her in the anime was in fact a manifestation of Hotaru’s own anxieties about the idea that Kaori might also be trying to replace her mother in her father’s heart.
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