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This story is No. 1 in the series "Avengers and Slayers". You may wish to read the series introduction first.

Summary: The early years in Sunnydale before they grew up and became Avengers.

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Marvel Universe > Avengers > General
Anime > Sailor Moon
RafMereCFR153353,2741114796,80228 Oct 1210 Jan 13No

Chapter 24


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Still Raw.

Tokyo, Japan.

Hikawa Shrine.

"Oh yeah. She does look like the princess. I remember now." Venus grabbed a torn bag of mostly full chips and began the munch on the salty goodness. She plopped on a seat waited for the rest to catch up. "So how you been Pu-chan?"


"Don't call me that you boyfriend stealing hussy."

"You still sore about that? It was like a life time ago. Get over it." Venus looked into the bag of chips and found a big one, 'Ooh.' she fished it out and munched while the Sailors recovered.

"I'm a princess?" Usagi shouted.

"Yes. I think so. You do look a lot like Serenity. That must be it yes. You are the princess. Well now the search is over, we can move on. We have to stop those men at the hotel..."

"I think the women out numbered the men Luna. I think there were five women and three men. I think only two of the men had powers. Lady Dawn's fiancé and the sisters' father."

Pluto zapped Luna. "Did that help?" Pluto asked full of concern for the cat with the bristling fur.

"What did you do that for?" Usagi asked, while Luna twitched.

"I hear electro-shock therapy is a good for the insane. I do hope that helped, but if it didn't I willing to do it again and again until it does." Pluto was firm in her resolve to help the poor 'Puddy Cat'.

"Electro-shock therapy is a form of aversion therapy Sailor Pluto. How does that help Luna feel better?"

Pluto shrugged, "It made me feel better. I'm also hoping it will her her from jumping to conclusions. Unless you try to assassinate the American Agents and quite possibly start another war, you will not win an open confrontation. As a group they're specifically trained to remove humanoid level of resistance. With their powers and training it would be a Pyrrhic victory. You'd kill them, but you would suffer at least eighty percent casualties in most encounters. Should my Lady and her family get involved you would suffer one hundred percent casualties."

"How is that possible?" Makoto was proud of her power. She couldn't see how anyone not even these super powered humans had a chance against the Sailor Scouts.

"That's easy dear. I would kill you all to prevent you from destroying the cornerstone that the Silver Millennium was built on. You could always be reborn. If my Lady withholds her favour, then there will never be another Silver Millennium in the future."

"You can't be sure that could happen..."

"No she could. That's her job after all. She's the Guardian of the Gates." Artemis told Makoto.

"The Gates of what?"

"Time and Space. She must have seen what happened, and came to warn us and stop us from following Luna's plan to kill the Lady Dawn."

"Well no. They only succeeded once in all the time lines. That was when the Dark Kingdom attempted to recover Zoisite and you attacked when they were busy. The rest of the timelines showed your death and destruction."

"Then we should stay back and let the Dark Kingdom and the strangers kill each other..."


"Did you have to cackle like while you were electrocuting her." Artemis sniffed at the smoking, twitching form.

"Yes I did. I really, really did. Looks like the cat is coming with me. Really believe that she was damaged during her time in the stasis pod. I'll have to take her and put her in a medical pod until she's fully recovered."

"How-how long will that take?"

"From your perspective a few minutes at best..." Pluto floated the cat behind her and disappeared.
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