“Trust me, I’ve wanted to punch you in the face a time or five.”When the man you worshipped as a kid becomes your coach, it’s supposed to be the greatest thing in the world. It didn't take a week for 27-year-old Sal Casillas to wonder what she'd seen in the international soccer icon - why she'd ever had his posters on her wall or ever envisioned marr“Trust me, I’ve wanted to punch you in the face a time or five.”When the man you worshipped as a kid becomes your coach, it’s supposed to be the greatest thing in the world. It didn't take a week for 27-year-old Sal Casillas to wonder what she'd seen in the international soccer icon - why she'd ever had his posters on her wall or ever envisioned marrying him and having super-playing soccer babies.
Sal had long ago gotten over the worst non-break-up in the history of imaginary relationships with a man who hadn't known she'd existed.
After departing for the future at the end of the second season, she returns for the third and fourth, this time a few years older and on a peaceful mission to train as a Sailor Guardian.) (Japanese), Karen Bernstein (Di C), Liza Balkan (Cloverway), Kate Higgins (Viz) (English), Rossy Aguirre (Latin American Spanish), Ana Maria Mari and Elena Ruiz (European Spanish), Debora Magnaghi (Italian), Stefanie Beba (German), Gilmara Sanches (Brazilian Portuguese, Classic), Melissa Garcia (Brazilian Portuguese, R - Stars), Isabel Wolmar (European Portuguese) Portrayed in Ami, the first Sailor Guardian to join Sailor Moon in her fight, is a kind but insecure prodigy renowned for her genius intellect.
Although she's timid and tends to obsess over her grades, she's a loyal friend and a worthy addition to the team.
) (Japanese), Tracey Hoyt (Di C), Stephanie Beard (Cloverway), Sandy Fox (Viz) (English), Cristina Hernndez (Latin American Spanish, current voice), Vanessa Garcel (Latin American Spanish, movies), Úrsula Bezerra (Brazilian Portuguese), Fernanda Figueiredo (European Portuguese)Portrayed in the musicals by: Ai Miyakawa, Mao Kawasaki, Tamaki Dia Shirai, Natsumi Takenaka, Ayano Gunji, Arisu Izawa, Kasumi Takabatake, Noël Miyazaki (Noeru Kariya), Aisha Yamamoto, Nanami Ōta, Mao Ōno, Mina Horita, Moe Ōsaki, Kokoro Kuge, Airi Kanda "Usagi and Mamoru's bratty Kid from the Future who travels to the 20th century to steal Usagi's Silver Crystal in order to save the 30th century.
She takes after her mother in most ways and generally behaves like an odd sort of Annoying Younger Sibling to her, but underneath the constant bickering and whining, it's apparent that the two really do care about each other.
I mean hard for me -- and, of course, for the many other Westerners who have spent years of their lives bashing their heads against the Great Wall of Chinese.
Despite her graceful manners, she's no less merciful than her girlfriend towards those who get in her way.
Her ditziness and wacky antics belie an incredibly strong and capable Heartbroken Badass.
She was the first character in the franchise to be created, originally starring in a 1991 one-shot that would eventually become the prequel manga ) (Japanese), Sabrina Grdevich, Jill Frappier (as Luna Ball) (Di C); Susan Aceron (Cloverway); Veronica Taylor (Viz) (English); Ana Isabel "Anabel" Méndez (Latin American Spanish); Rita Almeida (Brazilian Portuguese); Isabel Wolmar (European Portuguese, R) and Cristina Cavalinhos (European Portuguese, S and Stars) Portrayed in the musicals by: Miwa Hosoki, Rei Saitou, Yuki Kamiya, Seiko Nakazawa, Teruyo Watabe, Yūko Hosaka, Yukiko Nakae (Yuki Nakae), Miho Funatsu, Mikako Ishii The mysterious, eternal gatekeeper of the Door of Space-time.
At any rate, they generally become aware at some point of the Everest-like status of their native language, as they, from their privileged vantage point on the summit, observe foolhardy foreigners huffing and puffing up the steep slopes.
Everyone's heard the supposed fact that if you take the English idiom "It's Greek to me" and search for equivalent idioms in all the world's languages to arrive at a consensus as to which language is the hardest, the results of such a linguistic survey is that Chinese easily wins as the canonical incomprehensible language.
Despite her graceful manners, she's no less merciful than her girlfriend towards those who get in her way.) (Japanese), Jennifer Gould (Cloverway), Christine Marie Cabanos (Viz) (English), Cristina "Cris" Camargo (Latin American Spanish), Isabel Wolmar (European Portuguese) Portrayed in the musicals by: Keiko Takeda, Chihiro Imai, Asami Sanpei (Nao Asami), Mao Mita, Mario Tomioka, Ayami Kakiuchi, Ruria Nakamura, Yui Iizuka, Eriko Funakoshi, Karin Takahashi "A friendless Ill Girl and Apocalypse Maiden, not to mention the biggest Woobie in the cast...