|Designer(s)||Marc C. MacKinnon|
|Publisher(s)||Dart Flipcards Inc.|
|Playing time||Approx 20 min|
|Skill(s) required|| Card playing |
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The Sailor Moon Collectible Card Game is an out-of-print collectible card game set in the fictional world of Sailor Moon . The game, based on the English version of the anime and designed by Mark C. MacKinnon, Jeff Mackintosh, Karen McLarney, and John R. Phythyon, Jr., was released in July 2000 by Dart Flipcards.
The Sailor Moon Collectible Card Game pits teams of Sailor Soldiers (referred to as "Scouts") against opposing monsters and villains. Each player has both one or more Scouts, and a collection of enemies. Victory is achieved by either eliminating all of an opponent's scouts, or by defeating a certain number of victory points (VP) worth of monsters and villains.
At some points in the game, elements of random chance are introduced by requiring the players to play a game of jan ken pon in order to determine the outcome.
The base card set in the Sailor Moon Collectible Card Game consists of 160 different cards. Of these, 60 are common, 60 are uncommon, 30 are rare, and 10 are ultra-rare foil cards. The odds of getting an ultra-rare foil card in a booster are 1 in 12.
The following starter packs and booster packs are available:
|Product||Cards||Other comments / notes|
|Starter deck||60||Two 30-card mini-decks, meant for two players.|
|Character deck||60||Themed around a single character (e.g. Sailor Mars).|
|Booster pack||11||Includes 1 rare, 3 uncommons, and 7 commons.|
The game also features a 70-card expansion set, Sailor Moon: Past and Future. This set includes 20 commons, 20 uncommons, 20 rares, and 10 ultra-rares.
Base Deck 160 Card Total - 60 Common, 60 Uncommon, 30 Rare and 10 Ultra Rare Foil Cards.
|Card #||Card Name||Card Type||Rarity|
|1 of 160||Body||Power||Common|
|2 of 160||Mind||Power||Common|
|3 of 160||Soul||Power||Common|
|4 of 160||Morga/Kigaan||Monster||Common|
|5 of 160||Kyurene/Garoben||Monster||Common|
|6 of 160||Titus||Monster||Common|
|7 of 160||Black Widow||Monster||Common|
|8 of 160||Leo the Lion||Monster||Common|
|9 of 160||Yasha/Plant Sisters||Monster||Common|
|10 of 160||Game Machine Man||Monster||Common|
|11 of 160||Bobo the Vulture||Monster||Common|
|12 of 160||Bumboo||Monster||Common|
|13 of 160||Veena/ Misha & Janelle||Monster||Common|
|14 of 160||Techniclon||Monster||Common|
|15 of 160||Bakene||Monster||Common|
|16 of 160||Mitsuaami||Monster||Common|
|17 of 160||Polite Society||Monster||Common|
|18 of 160||Fro/Blizzard||Monster||Common|
|19 of 160||Papion||Monster||Common|
|20 of 160||Mud Minion Horde||Monster||Common|
|21 of 160||Faraion||Monster||Common|
|22 of 160||Nacrid||Monster||Common|
|23 of 160||Racy||Monster||Common|
|24 of 160||Vulturos||Monster||Common|
|25 of 160||Amphibia||Monster||Common|
|26 of 160||Mophead||Monster||Common|
|27 of 160||Pierrot||Monster||Common|
|28 of 160||Four Face||Monster||Common|
|29 of 160||Frosty/Hypnotica||Monster||Common|
|30 of 160||Thunderclap||Monster||Common|
|31 of 160||Avocado||Monster||Common|
|32 of 160||Grim Man||Monster||Common|
|33 of 160||Animal Instinct||Monster||Common|
|34 of 160||Doom and Gloom Guys||Monster||Common|
|35 of 160||Dragon/Timewarp Genie||Monster||Common|
|36 of 160||Luna||Person||Common|
|37 of 160||Molly Osaka||Person||Common|
|38 of 160||Melvin Gurio||Person||Common|
|39 of 160||Grandpa Hino||Person||Common|
|40 of 160||Chad Kumada||Person||Common|
|41 of 160||The Tree of Life||Person||Common|
|42 of 160||Lunch!||Item||Common|
|43 of 160||Costume||Item||Common|
|44 of 160||Mini-Computer & UR Goggles||Item||Common|
|45 of 160||Ofuda Scroll||Item||Common|
|46 of 160||Love Letter||Item||Common|
|47 of 160||Knight Armor||Item||Common|
|48 of 160||Negaverse Sword||Item||Common|
|49 of 160||Damage Transfer||Event||Common|
|50 of 160||Good Night’s Rest||Event||Common|
|51 of 160||Detention||Event||Common|
|52 of 160||Split Attack||Event||Common|
|53 of 160||Baby-Sitting||Event||Common|
|54 of 160||Cram School||Event||Common|
|55 of 160||Taunt||Event||Common|
|56 of 160||Rats!||Event||Common|
|57 of 160||Combat Training||Event||Common|
|58 of 160||Run Away!||Event||Common|
|59 of 160||What’s That?||Event||Common|
|60 of 160||Fail a Test||Event||Common|
|61 of 160||Baamu||Monster||Uncommon|
|62 of 160||Iguaala||Monster||Uncommon|
|63 of 160||Rimwoir/Dream Dolly||Monster||Uncommon|
|64 of 160||Tensie/Akan||Monster||Uncommon|
|65 of 160||Petasos/Gemini Warriors||Monsters||Uncommon|
|66 of 160||Derela/Kyameran||Monsters||Uncommon|
|67 of 160||Jumo||Monster||Uncommon|
|68 of 160||Pox||Monster||Uncommon|
|69 of 160||Ninjana||Monster||Uncommon|
|70 of 160||Doom & Gloom Girls||Monster||Uncommon|
|71 of 160||Water Sprite||Monster||Uncommon|
|72 of 160||Vampeal||Monster||Uncommon|
|73 of 160||Minotaur||Monster||Uncommon|
|74 of 160||Skulker||Monster||Uncommon|
|75 of 160||Insectia||Monster||Uncommon|
|76 of 160||Jellax/Droido||Monster||Uncommon|
|77 of 160||Rhonda||Monster||Uncommon|
|78 of 160||Marzipan||Monster||Uncommon|
|79 of 160||Regalia||Monster||Uncommon|
|80 of 160||Injector||Monster||Uncommon|
|81 of 160||Mistrust||Monster||Uncommon|
|82 of 160||Artemis||Person||Uncommon|
|83 of 160||Ms. Haruna||Person||Uncommon|
|84 of 160||Andrew Furuhata||Person||Uncommon|
|85 of 160||Serena’s Parents||Person||Uncommon|
|86 of 160||Sammy Tsukino||Person||Uncommon|
|87 of 160||Luna Pen||Item||Uncommon|
|88 of 160||Negaverse Crystal||Item||Uncommon|
|89 of 160||Cardian Flute||Item||Uncommon|
|90 of 160||Luna Ball||Item||Uncommon|
|91 of 160||Dark Fruit||Item||Uncommon|
|92 of 160||Dark Crystal Wedge||Item||Uncommon|
|93 of 160||FM No.10||Event||Uncommon|
|94 of 160||Confusion||Event||Uncommon|
|95 of 160||Temple Blessing||Event||Uncommon|
|96 of 160||Discovery!||Event||Uncommon|
|97 of 160||Redistribute Power||Event||Uncommon|
|98 of 160||Memories of the Past||Event||Uncommon|
|99 of 160||Resignation||Event||Uncommon|
|100 of 160||Regeneration||Event||Uncommon|
|101 of 160||Green Yoma from London||Event||Uncommon|
|102 of 160||Hidden||Event||Uncommon|
|103 of 160||More Dark Power||Event||Uncommon|
|104 of 160||Not So Tough||Event||Uncommon|
|105 of 160||Negative Energy Shield||Event||Uncommon|
|106 of 160||Sailor Moon - Lvl 1||Sailor Scout||Uncommon|
|107 of 160||Sailor Mercury - Lvl 1||Sailor Scout||Uncommon|
|108 of 160||Sailor Mars - Lvl 1||Sailor Scout||Uncommon|
|109 of 160||Sailor Jupiter - Lvl 1||Sailor Scout||Uncommon|
|110 of 160||Sailor Venus - Lvl 1||Sailor Scout||Uncommon|
|111 of 160||Tuxedo Mask - Lvl 1||Knight||Uncommon|
|112 of 160||Moonlight Knight - Lvl 1||Knight||Uncommon|
|113 of 160||Prince Darien - Lvl 1||Knight||Uncommon|
|114 of 160||Sailor Moon - Lvl 2||Sailor Scout||Uncommon|
|115 of 160||Sailor Mercury - Lvl 2||Sailor Scout||Uncommon|
|116 of 160||Sailor Mars - Lvl 2||Sailor Scout||Uncommon|
|117 of 160||Sailor Jupiter - Lvl 2||Sailor Scout||Uncommon|
|118 of 160||Sailor Venus - Lvl 2||Sailor Scout||Uncommon|
|119 of 160||Jedite||Villain||Uncommon|
|120 of 160||Zoycite||Villain||Uncommon|
|121 of 160||Rini||Person||Rare|
|122 of 160||Pocket Communicator||Item||Rare|
|123 of 160||Moon Star Locket||Item||Rare|
|124 of 160||Imperium Silver Crystal||Item||Rare|
|125 of 160||Spaceship||Item||Rare|
|126 of 160||Negamoon Bomb||Item||Rare|
|127 of 160||On the Ball||Event||Rare|
|128 of 160||Strength of the Fallen||Event||Rare|
|129 of 160||Overpowering Attack||Event||Rare|
|130 of 160||Self-Sacrifice||Event||Rare|
|131 of 160||Lose Powers||Event||Rare|
|132 of 160||Sailor Moon - Lvl 3||Sailor Scout||Rare|
|133 of 160||Sailor Mercury - Lvl 3||Sailor Scout||Rare|
|134 of 160||Sailor Mars - Lvl 3||Sailor Scout||Rare|
|135 of 160||Sailor Jupiter - Lvl 3||Sailor Scout||Rare|
|136 of 160||Sailor Venus - Lvl 3||Sailor Scout||Rare|
|137 of 160||Nephlite||Villain||Rare|
|138 of 160||Malachite||Villain||Rare|
|139 of 160||Evil Prince Darien||Villain||Rare|
|140 of 160||Alan||Villain||Rare|
|141 of 160||Ann||Villain||Rare|
|142 of 160||Catzi||Villain||Rare|
|143 of 160||Bertie||Villain||Rare|
|144 of 160||Avery||Villain||Rare|
|145 of 160||Prizma||Villain||Rare|
|146 of 160||Rubeus||Villain||Rare|
|147 of 160||Emerald||Villain||Rare|
|148 of 160||Sapphire||Villain||Rare|
|149 of 160||Prince Diamond||Villain||Rare|
|150 of 160||Wicked Lady||Villain||Rare|
|151 of 160||Sailor Pluto||Event||Ultra Rare|
|152 of 160||Sailor Moon - Lvl 4||Sailor Scout||Ultra Rare|
|153 of 160||Sailor Mercury - Lvl 4||Sailor Scout||Ultra Rare|
|154 of 160||Sailor Mars - Lvl 4||Sailor Scout||Ultra Rare|
|155 of 160||Sailor Jupiter - Lvl 4||Sailor Scout||Ultra Rare|
|156 of 160||Sailor Venus - Lvl 4||Sailor Scout||Ultra Rare|
|157 of 160||Tuxedo Mask - Lvl 2||Knight||Ultra Rare|
|158 of 160||Queen Beryl||Villain||Ultra Rare|
|159 of 160||Wiseman||Villain||Ultra Rare|
|160 of 160||The Negaforce||Villain||Ultra Rare|
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