Mistress 9 is the evil lady in Sailor Moon S who has hair that stretches for who knows how long. ... Souichi Tomoe (Tomoe Sōichi) is a fictional villain in the anime series Sailor Moon and a classic but handsome white-haired mad scientist. ... Germatoid is a parasitic creature known as a daimon that infected Professor Tomoe in the anime version of Sailor Moon. ... Kaolnite or Kaori is the loyal assistant of the malevolent Professor Tomoe, daughter of benevolent Hotaru/Sailor Saturn on Sailor Moon. ... The Witches 5 are fictional antagonists in the anime series Sailor Moon S. The group is a subset of the Death Busters lead by Professor Souichi Tomoe. ... Queen Nehellenia (女王ネヘレニア Joō Neherenia) is named after the Teutonic goddess Nehalennia. ... Zirconia is a physically unattractive woman with lavender skin, who resembles Neherenia (her superior) when Zirconia is in her old woman form. ... Zircon is the winged eyeball thing that finds the target for whoevers working for Zirconia. ... The Amazon Trio is a set of fictional antagonists in the anime series Sailor Moon SuperS and the corresponding manga. ... The Amazoness Quartet is a set of villains from the anime Sailor Moon SuperS and the Sailor Moon manga: CereCere, PallaPalla, JunJun and VesVes. ... Just as the name suggests, this charming fellow was the final enemy of Sailor Moon, and he vowed to utterly destory the universe. ... Sailor Galaxia is a fictional villain in the anime and manga series Sailor Moon. ... Sailorironmouse is the first of the Animamates to appear in both the manga and the final season of Sailor Moon. ... Sailor Aluminum Seiren is the second of the Animamates to appear in both the manga and the final season of Sailor Moon. ... Sailor Lead Crow is the third of the Animamates to appear in both the manga and the final season of Sailor Moon. ... Sailor Tin Nyanko is the fourth of the Animamates to appear in both the manga and the final season of Sailor Moon. ... Sailor Heavy Metal Papillon is the fifth and last of the Animamates to appear in both the manga and the final season of Sailor Moon. ... Sailor Pewter Fox is one of two Animamates created strictly for the Sailor_Moon musicals, Seramyu. ... Sailor Titanium Kerokko is one of two Animamates created strictly for the Sailor_Moon musicals, Seramyu. ... Kuroki Mio is a character from the live action drama, Bishoujo Senshi Sailormoon, translated in English to Pretty Guardian Sailormoon to differenciate between the anime and live-action series. ... Shingo Tsukino is a minor character appearing in the early manga and TV seasons of Sailor Moon. ... Protagonists Usagi Tsukino | Ami Mizuno | Rei Hino | Makoto Kino | Minako Aino | Setsuna Meioh | Michiru Kaioh | Haruka Tenoh | Hotaru Tomoe Mamoru Chiba | Chibi-Usa | Chibi Chibi | Sailor Starlights | Princess Kakyuu | Luna | Artemis | Diana | Queen Serenity Villains Dark Kingdom (Classic / Live action): Queen Metallia | Queen Beryl | Shitennou (Four Kings) Doom Tree (R... Kenji Tsukino is a fictional character from the Japanese anime metaseries Sailor Moon. ... Naru Osaka (Ōsaka Naru), otherwise known as Molly Baker, is a fictional character in the anime and manga Sailor Moon. ... Umino is one of the main human male characters in the first Sailor Moon series. ... Haruna Sakurada, known as Patricia Haruna in the English anime, is a character from the anime and manga series Sailor Moon. ... Motoki Furuhata is a character in the Sailor Moon metaseries. ... Unazuki Furuhata, known in the English anime as Lizzie and Elizabeth, is a supporting character in the anime and manga Sailor Moon Unazaki is a friend of Usagi Tsukino (Serena) and is the sister of Motoki Furuhata (Andrew). ... Yuuchirou Kumada is an anime-only character in the Sailor Moon metaseries. ...
Pharaoh is dying, and, in a break from tradition, has decided that he will name an heir who will best serve Egypt's interests rather than hand the nation over to his handsome but rather dim-witted first-born son.
Pharaoh's Heir is a German-style game that has at its heart a role-choosing mechanism similar to that found in Puerto Rico and my own KingArthursCourt, where players take turns choosing a role, which signifies a specific phase of the game.
Pharaoh's Heir reflects the repetition of ancient Egyptian history, with the game consisting of a period of unrest sandwiched between two cycles of civilization-building, as well as the dependence of Egypt on the flow of water down the Nile, represented by the Nile tiles.
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