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Encyclopedia > Queen Beryl
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Queen Beryl as seen in Sailor Moon.
Queen Beryl as seen in Sailor Moon.

Queen Beryl is a fictional character in the Sailor Moon media franchise. She has appeared in the manga, anime, and tokusatsu versions of the storyline, and is always the first major villain who challenges the protagonists. Beryl has immense magical power, but she uses most of it to channel the life energy harvested by her servants to the enity Queen Metallia (known as the Negaforce in the DiC dub). Wikipedia does not have an article with this exact name. ... The Dark Kingdom is the name of the extra-dimensional location of the evil Queen Beryl and her minions in the series Sailor Moon. ... Image File history File links QueenBeryl. ... Image File history File links QueenBeryl. ... A fictional character is any person who appears in a work of fiction. ... This article or section needs a complete rewrite for the reasons listed on the talk page. ... For other uses, see Manga (disambiguation). ... // A scene from Cowboy Bebop (1998) Anime ) is a medium of animation originating in Japan, with distinctive character and background aesthetics that visually set it apart from other forms of animation. ... To meet Wikipedias quality standards, this article or section may require cleanup. ... A cartoon villain. ...


In most versions of the story, she has the ability to corrupt others into serving the powers of darkness. Her generals, for instance, were once the bodyguards and best friends of Prince Endymion, and in most versions of the story she is able to use her powers to sway Tuxedo Mask into her service.

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Manga

In the manga, Beryl was once one of the court magicians of Earth during a period called the Silver Millennium. Beryl was in love with Prince Endymion, but her love was unreturned; when she discovered the Endymion with Princess Serenity of the moon, she was crushed. This is what spurned her to begin wandering the world, which eventually led her to the North Pole, and the ruins of the ancient Dark Kingdom. Sensing a great power, Beryl opened a seal and thus ended her life as she knew it. Beryl was corrupted by an evil force named Queen Metallia, and used her new powers to mobilize the Earth in a war against the Moon Kingdom, and especially her rival, Princess Serenity. Queen Metallia in Queen Beryls body Queen Metallia is the real power behind Queen Beryls throne in the Sailor Moon universe. ...


Beryl killed Prince Endymion as he was trying to protect Princess Serenity ,when the four Generals turned on her and she killed them as well. Princess Serenity drove a blade through her chest in despair, and Sailor Venus did away with Beryl in a flash of light. Queen Serenity, greatly weakened, ineffectively sealed away Metallia again, and before dying sent the whole of her Kingdom to be reincarnated on Earth.


One thousand years later, when Beryl was reincarnated (and presumably came of age) Queen Metallia was easily able to break through her seal to summon Beryl to her call, who officially became Queen of the Dark Kingdom, wielding her reincarnated generals Jadeite, Nephrite, Zoisite, and Kunzite to find the Silver Crystal and defeat the newly awakened Sailor Soldiers. The Shitennou or Shitennō (Four Kings) are Queen Beryls four subordinates in the various incarnations of Sailor Moon: Jadeite, Nephrite, Zoisite, and Kunzite. ... The Shitennou or Shitennō (Four Kings) are Queen Beryls four subordinates in the various incarnations of Sailor Moon: Jadeite, Nephrite, Zoisite, and Kunzite. ... The Shitennou or Shitennō (Four Kings) are Queen Beryls four subordinates in the various incarnations of Sailor Moon: Jadeite, Nephrite, Zoisite, and Kunzite. ... The Shitennou or Shitennō (Four Kings) are Queen Beryls four subordinates in the various incarnations of Sailor Moon: Jadeite, Nephrite, Zoisite, and Kunzite. ...


Queen Beryl was able to summon the reincarnated Prince Endymion (Tuxedo Mask) to her side, but only after he had been killed and merely existed as a mindless zombie. In the end she failed to attain the Silver Crystal, and was killed by the Senshi; but vowed that she would wait for Endymion's love in her next life.


She is portrayed in a more tragic light in the manga than she is in the anime with a brief scene of personal regret knowing that she can no longer turn back.


Anime

Queen Beryl is the mastermind behind the various attacks against the citizens of Tokyo while Sailor Moon, and later the other Sailor Soldiers, are searching for the Moon Princess. She also kidnaps and brainwashes Prince Endymion in order to force him to kill his lover. But when he resists her control, she begs Queen Metallia for more power. But it resulted in Beryl becoming Metallia's vessel so it can destroy everything on Earth. Queen Beryl was soon killed along with Metallia when Sailor Moon, who has transformed into Princess Serenity, used her Moon Healing Escalation attack on them. Tokyo ) , literally eastern capital, is one of the 47 prefectures of Japan and includes the highly urbanized central area formerly known as the city of Tokyo which is the heart of the Greater Tokyo Area. ... Usagi Tsukino ), also known as Sailor Moon, is the main and title character of the anime and manga Sailor Moon, and the de jure leader of the group known as the Sailor Senshi. ... Prince Endymion Prince Endymion is a fictional character of the Sailormoon metaverse. ... Queen Metallia in Queen Beryls body Queen Metallia is the real power behind Queen Beryls throne in the Sailor Moon universe. ... Princess Serenity is a fictional character in the popular girls manga and anime, Sailor Moon, by Naoko Takeuchi. ...


Pretty Guardian Sailormoon

As in the manga, Beryl sends out her Shitennou to collect energy for Metallia, find the princess, and obtain the Silver Crystal. Beryl had problems, however: Jadeite and Nephrite were rivals for her affections; Zoisite was more loyal to Prince Endymion than to her; and Kunzite had set his sights on taking Queen Metallia's power for himself. This article or section is missing references or citation of sources. ... Queen Metallia in Queen Beryls body Queen Metallia is the real power behind Queen Beryls throne in the Sailor Moon universe. ... Prince Endymion Prince Endymion is a fictional character of the Sailormoon metaverse. ...


Frustrated by their lack of cooperation, Beryl cloned herself. The clone named itself Kuroki Mio and set out to ruin Usagi Tsukino's reputation. Usagi Tsukino ), also known as Sailor Moon, is the main and title character of the anime and manga Sailor Moon, and the de jure leader of the group known as the Sailor Senshi. ...


Mio Kuroki is a character from the live action drama "Pretty Guardian Sailormoon" (美少女戦士セーラームーン Bishōjo Senshi Sērā Mūn?), though "Senshi" is officially translated as "Guardian" rather than "Soldier". This article or section needs a complete rewrite for the reasons listed on the talk page. ...


Kuroki Mio

Mio is a being created from a part of Queen Beryl herself. She moved to Usagi Tsukino's school and pretended to be her friend while doing all in her power to cause her sadness. Even after Usagi realized this, however, she still considered Mio a close friend. Mio soon became very envious of Usagi's closeness to Mamoru and faked fainting in front of his motor bike in order to kidnap him and take him to Queen Beryl. There, Mio taunted Mamoru Chiba, telling him that Beryl would kill him if he didn't join the Dark Kingdom and become Beryl's lover. Usagi Tsukino ), also known as Sailor Moon, is the main and title character of the anime and manga Sailor Moon, and the de jure leader of the group known as the Sailor Senshi. ... A 125 cc motorcycle, the Italian-manufactured Cagiva Planet. ... It has been suggested that Prince Endymion be merged into this article or section. ... The Dark Kingdom is the name of the extra-dimensional location of the evil Queen Beryl and her minions in the series Sailor Moon. ...


When she learned that Mamoru Chiba was Endymion, Beryl forced him to come with her by showing him that she can easily kill the Shitennou, with Nephrite as an example. Once she had the object of her desire under her services, Beryl had Jedeite implant an item in Mamoru's body that would shorten his life when he was with Usagi. But due to Usagi's overuse of the Silver Crystal, Beryl lost control over Metallia's actions and she died in the finale when her castle crumbled under the stress of the combined energies of Metallia and the Silver Crystal.


Toward the end of the series, Mio was apparently killed by Endymion/Metallia; she was somehow resurrected, however, and appeared in the "Special Act" as the main villain. Once again, she kidnapped Mamoru, this time wanting to marry him so they could rule a new Dark Kingdom as King and Queen. She is confronted and attacked by the Shitennou, forcing her to transform into a plant-like monster that makes quick work of her former allies. Ultimately, her final form is destroyed by the Senshi's combined powers channeled through the Moon Sword in the Sailor Planet attack. Queen Metallia in Queen Beryls body Queen Metallia is the real power behind Queen Beryls throne in the Sailor Moon universe. ... A cartoon villain. ... This article or section is missing references or citation of sources. ... The Sailor Senshi Back row: #4, #8, #6, #7, #5 Middle row: #2, #1, #3 Front row: #9, #11, #10 The Sailor Senshi (セーラー戦士 sērā senshi, prob. ...


Mio is played by Alisa Yuriko Durbrow. Alisa Yuriko Durbrow (born April 16, 1988) is a Japanese model, actress, and singer who played the role of Mio Kuroki in the Sailor Moon live action show Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon. ...

Beryl's original form appeared, blurringly, in a flashback in the later episodes of Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon. She appeared to wear a modern-looking jacket and striped shirt. Beryl's original form also appeared in the manga, where she wore a gypsy-like outfit. [1]


Actresses

  • In the original Japanese anime, she was played by seiyu Keiko Han. Ironically, Keiko Han also voiced Luna in the Japanese anime which resulted in the other seiyu (herself sometimes included) in fits of giggles when she would change from the cute voice she uses for Luna do the deep evil voice of Queen Beryl.
  • In the DiC dub version, she was played by Naz Edwards.
  • In the musical version, Queen Beryl has been played by 2 actresses: Yuri Nishina (Nishina Yuri) and Akiko Miyazawa (Miyazawa Akiko).
  • In the live action Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon TV tokusatsu series, she was played by adult film star Aya Sugimoto.

For the company named Seiyu, see Seiyu Group. ... Keiko Han (潘 恵子 Han Keiko) is a seiyu who was born on April 5, 1953. ... The term Luna can refer to the Earths Moon. ... DIC can refer to: Diploma of Imperial College Dubai International Capital DIC Entertainment In chemistry, Diisopropylcarbodiimide Disseminated intravascular coagulation This is a disambiguation page — a list of pages that otherwise might share the same title. ... Naz Edwards is an American actress who is most remembered as the voice of antagonist Queen Beryl in the DiC version of Sailor Moon. ... The five Sailor Senshi. ... Sugimoto Aya (浜 千咲 Aya Sugimoto, born July 19, 1968 in Kyoto) is a Japanese model, actress, and dancer. ...

External links

  • Her Fate - Queen of Darkness - Information on all incarnations of Queen Beryl.


Sailor Moon Characters edit
Protagonists Usagi Tsukino | Ami Mizuno | Rei Hino | Makoto Kino | Minako Aino | Setsuna Meioh | Michiru Kaioh | Haruka Tenoh | Hotaru Tomoe
Mamoru Chiba | Chibiusa | Pegasus | Peruru | Chibichibi | Sailor Starlights | Princess Kakyuu | Luna | Artemis | Diana | Queen Serenity | Guardian Cosmos | Sailor Cosmos

Antagonists "Dark Kingdom": Queen Metallia | Queen Beryl | Shitennou ("Four Kings / lords / generals")
"Hell Tree": Ail | En | Makaiju (Hell Tree)
"Black Moon": Death Phantom | Prince Demande | Blue Saphir | Green Esmeraude | Crimson Rubeus | Ayakashi Sisters
"Death Busters": Pharaoh 90 | Mistress 9 | Professor Tomoe | Germatoid | Kaolinite | Witches 5
"Dead Moon Circus": Queen Nehelenia | Zirconia | Zircon | Amazon Trio | Amazoness Quartet
"Shadow Galactica": Sailor Galaxia | Sailor Iron Mouse | Sailor Aluminum Siren | Sailor Lead Crow | Sailor Tin Nyanko | Sailor Heavy Metal Papillon | Sailor Chi | Sailor Phi | Sailor Lethe | Sailor Mnemosyne | Chaos
Movies: Fiore | Kisenian Flower | Princess Snow Kaguya | Poupelin | Queen Badiyanu

Support Cast Shingo Tsukino | Ikuko Tsukino | Kenji Tsukino | Naru Osaka | Gurio Umino | Haruna Sakurada | Motoki Furuhata | Unazuki Furuhata | Yūichirō Kumada | Sailor Chanel and Sailor Gucci | Makoto Hanmatsuura

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Dark Kingdom: Information from Answers.com (1675 words)
In the manga, Beryl was girl a on Earth during the age of the Silver Millennium.
Queen Beryl was able to summon the reincarnated Prince Endymion (Tuxedo Mask) to her side, but only after he had been killed and merely existed as a mindless zombie.
Beryl had problems, however: Jadeite and Nephrite were rivals for her affections; Zoisite was more loyal to Prince Endymion than to her; and Kunzite had set his sights on taking Queen Metallia's power for himself.
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