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She fought many enemies ever since the day she heard of the Silver Millenium. She faced the evil queen who destroyed the Silver Millenium eons ago and the prince she started to love. She fought aliens who pretended to be her friends and those who plotted against her future. Then to complicate matters, her daughter from the future trains under her, and two new Scouts also join the battle, though their methods in dealing with her daughter's new friend and the victims conflicted with her views. Not to mention that she also had to face a circus that sought dreams for a mystical creature that eventually ended up in her daughter. And most recently, she met not only with the scouts that battled her but also those that came from far away. She lost everyone close to her, but in the end, not only was she able to defeat the evil that plagued her, but she freed those who were captive by the taint of it. This girl had faced everything her enemies threw at her and yet she comes out triumphant from every battle. Except one...

"WHAT!? You're moving!?" Birds flew away from the eruption of sound coming from a crowded room. Only four didn't join the noise. One knew ahead of time, though she was troubled by this revelation. The other and the only guy in the room was speechless. The third was a black cat who had heard this news before. The last, of course, was the meatball-headed girl in question. "But why?" The blue-haired Ami pondered. Meatball head Usagi sighed.


"WHAT!? We're moving!?" exclaimed Usagi and her younger brother Shingo. "But why?"

Kenji sighed. "Well, I just received a promotion that requires me to relocate to a different city, but that's not the only reason. Everyday, there's always a youma attacking Juuban putting everyone in danger. Even you kids were caught in the middle of a few of them. I just want my kids to be safe."

"But Papa, I can't leave my friends behind," Usagi whined.

"Yeah, plus Sailor Moon saved us many times," joined Shingo. "Heroes keep a city safe, right?"

Kenji shook his head. "I know you kids have a difficult time leaving behind the past, but we have to."

"But we can't just-"

Ikuko cleared her throat. "You're also going to have a little brother or sister."

Shingo and Usagi paused, looking at their Mama. True, they had noticed her belly had grown a little, but they didn't think it was because of that.

"With the new baby coming, we're worried that the money we currently have won't be enough to support all three." Kenji continued. "We want you kids to also have a good future."

Shingo was still gaping at his mom, but Usagi snapped out of her trance. "But do I have to come along? I can stay with my friends."

"Usagi, if you're talking about that Chiba boy..." Her dad fumed. Ikuko, on the other hand, knew what she meant, and it did not involve Chiba. "Well, you haven't done well in school, just barely passing. We're hoping that you'll improve in your new school, and you don't have a job to support yourself. Besides, you have a knack for making new friends."

Usagi was about to argue back, but realized that she couldn't defend her points, at least to their knowledge. She gave up.

---------------End Flashback---------------

"We have to move tommorrow. And I was even considering telling them my secret..." Silence premitted the room. Silence. Long silence.

Rei was the first to break it. "It's going to become a bit quiet around here."

"I concur." Ami agreed. "Things won't be the same without you around."

"This won't affect the upbringing of Crystal Tokyo," Setsuna added. "However, it is still a devastating blow on a personal level."

"We could come with you if we could," added Michiru. "However, it'll be hard for the rest of the Scouts to convince their parents."

"Hey, we still have our communicators." said Minako. "It's not as good as talking in person, but we'll be in each other's laundry basket."

"We'll throw a big party before you leave." Makoto grinned. "You're not going to leave us without a proper farewell."

"Well, if it's for your unborn sibling, I guess it can't be helped. They're right, though. It's not like it's the end of the world, princess."

"Rather, it's the beginning of another." Concluded Hotaru. "Besides, you can always move back once you're old enough."

Finally, Mamoru spoke. "Now I know how you feel when I left. I'm going to miss you a lot. Just promise me you won't forget our love.

Usagi wiped away a tear from her eye. "I promise...if you do the same."

"Then what are we waiting for? Let's get Usagi her party before tommorrow comes!" As the Sailor Scouts cheered, a smile crept onto her face. She was lucky to have such friends.

The next day, Usagi said her final goodbyes to the Sailor Scouts, Mamoru, her pre-Scout friends, and her former foes-now-friends before leaving with Luna and her family. As her friends began to shrink from sight, she could only think about her new home.

"Tokyo Bay City..."