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Luna is one of the supporting characters of Sailor Moon series. She is the cat who is a devoted servant to Princess Serenity and advisor to her mother, Queen Serenity.
She was voiced by Keiko Han in the anime television series and the live-action series, and by Ryō Hirohashi in Sailor Moon Crystal in the Japanese version and Jill Frappier (DiC/Cloverway dubs) (who also voiced Keroppi) and currently Michelle Ruff.
She is a black (purple) cat.
Over the course of the series, Luna develops a close bond with Serena, though it is initially on uneasy terms, as Luna often upsets Serena by giving her unsolicited advice. She also becomes good friends with Amy Anderson.
When the kingdom falls, she and Artemis are put into a long sleep and sent to Earth to look after the Sailor Guardians, who are reborn there. Parts of Luna's memory are suppressed so that she must find the Sailor Guardians. She first encounters Serena Tsukino and teaches her to become Sailor Moon, unaware that she is actually the reincarnated Princess Serenity. Luna also provides the Guardians with many of their special items.
She and Artemis have an implied romantic relationship, which is confirmed when they meet Diana, who is their daughter from the future.
In The Lover of Princess Kaguya, a side-story of the manga, she falls in love with a human named Kakeru. This story was adapted in Sailor Moon S: The Movie, and features Luna's first transformation into a human. She gets a cold and tries to find her way home despite Artemis' plea to go with her. She ends up lying in the street until Kakeru saves her from becoming roadkill.
In Act 27 of the live-action series, Luna gains the ability to turn into a young human girl, going by the name Luna Tsukino while able to become a Sailor Guardian known as "Sailor Luna". She is shown living as a human with Serena's family, with whom she gets along quite well, but still takes on her cat form when necessary. Her personality as a human girl is identical to her normal self and is easily overwhelmed by her feline nature, but she is also shown to have taken on some of the personality traits of Usagi and her mother, such as acting in the same melodramatic manner when waking up in the morning.
- In Sailor Stars, Luna also develops a crush on Kou Yaten, one of the Three Lights.
- Her First Japanese voice actress, Keiko Han is best known for voicing as Kozuki Toki from One Piece, and Yayoi Yukino from Queen Millennia
- Her Second Japanese voice actress, Ryō Hirohashi is best known for voicing as Kohina Ichimatsu from Gugure! Kokkuri-san, Koyuki Azumaya from Sgt. Frog, Chane Laforet from Baccano!, Echo from Pandora Hearts, Minoru Mineta from My Hero Academia, Sora Naegino from Kaleido Star, and Tita Nium from Gradius.
- Her Second English voice actress, Michelle Ruff is best known for voicing as Rukia Kuchiki from Bleach, Lopmon/Antylamon from Digimon Tamers, Lady Sun and Lady Zhen from Dynasty Warriors and Warriors Orochi series, Euphemia li Britannia from Code Geass, Chi-Chi from Dragon Ball Super, Anri Sonohara from Durarara!! series, Yura Keikain from Nura: Rise of the Yokai Clan series, Sinon from Sword Art Online series, Zoe Orimoto/Kazemon/Zephyrmon & Lopmon from Digimon Frontier, Chii from Chobits, and Sparrowmon from Digimon Fusion, Anko Mitarashi & Karin from Naruto spin off! Rock Lee & his ninja pals, Fujiko Mine from Lupin the Third, and Tomoyo Daidouji from Cardcaptor Sakura The Movie 2: The Sealed Card.
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