"Look out, Sailor Moon!" A soothing male voice yelled at a girl with long, blonde pig-tails and buns on top of her head. Sailor Moon looked up in time to see a lancet flying in her direction. She screamed and clenched her eyes shut, waiting for impact. A few minutes passed and she felt nothing. Opening her eyes, she saw the fluffy white clouds floating ever so close to her head. She looked up to see the one who yelled at her, Tuxedo Mask. He peered down at her through his white mask and a smile crept on his face. "You should really be more careful when fighting." He teased. When they landed, he removed his arm encased in a long sleeve from his black suit and adjusted the white gloves covering his hands.

Sailor Moon stood upright and looked at her friends. They stood in a ready stance on the other side of their enemy. There were four girls, five counting Sailor Moon, and they all dressed in matching mini-skirts and leotards with a sailor's collar. Bows adorned their chest and lower back. Each girl had her respected color.

"You sailor brats are getting on my nerves." A man clad in heavy purple armor, growled through clenched teeth. His eyes moved from Tuxedo Mask to each girl. The man's head hid underneath a matching purple helmet, and his eyes were so black and menacing that if looks could kill, they would all be dead. "I'm going to take care of you all right now!" His deep voice turned into a trumpeting yell.

The girls hastily ran to Sailor Moon and Tuxedo Mask's side. The wind around them picked up. Dirt and leaves blew in chaos, and the girls' hair flew around their faces. Tuxedo Mask's black and red cape wrapped around his body like a blanket. "Enjoy Hell!" The man shouted and waved his lancet around; the wind picked up even more, and the earth seemed to start spinning quickly.

"What's happening!?" The tallest of the girls shrieked. Her chestnut ponytail nearly choked her on her words. Her respective colors were green and soft pink. She dug the heels of her green ankle boots into the ground, bracing herself. The rest of the girls followed her actions in preparation. They covered their faces before feeling the world they knew around them disappear.