Sailor Moon Collectible Card Game

From WikiMoon:
“The Sailor Moon Collectible Card Game was a card game published by Dart Flipcards Inc. in North America. The base card set was released in 2000 and contained 160 cards. An expansion set, Sailor Moon: Past and Future, was released in 2001 and contained 70 additional cards. Its chief designer was Mark C. MacKinnon, who employed concepts from his Sailor Moon Role-Playing Game and Resource Book. The design team also consisted of Jeff Mackintosh, Karen McLarney, and John R. Phythyon, Jr.
The game was based on the first two seasons of the English dub of the anime. The pictures of the cards were screenshots from the anime, while card names and quotes were taken from the dub. However, the characters were given Japanese surnames, and card names like “Tokyo Tower” made it clear that the story was set in Japan.
The cards were distributed in four rarities: common, uncommon, rare, and ultra-rare. All ultra-rare cards were printed as foils. Cards could be bought either in starter decks, character decks, or booster packs. Decks contained 60 cards. Booster packs contained 11 cards: 1 rare, 3 uncommons, and 7 commons, with a random chance that one of the cards would be replaced by an ultra-rare card.”

Seeing as Dart still exists, but the Sailor Moon line is well out of print, the entire decks, including all promos that I (Anna) own on my person are posted here.

Premire Deck

Premiere Deck
Deck
Premiere Checklists
Checklists
Premiere Promos
Promos
Premiere Foil Promos
Foil Promos
Premiere Series III Chase Promos
Series III Chase Promos

Past and Future Deck

Past and Future Deck
Deck
Past and Future Checklists
Checklists
Past and Future Promos
Promos

Rule Books

Rule Book V1
Rule Book V1
Rule Book V2
Rule Book V2

Bonus

Sell Sheets
Sell Sheets

9 Responses to “Sailor Moon Collectible Card Game”

  1. Kara S

    Wow this is just awesome! thank you so much for uploading this! I will print them out and play with my sister:)
    I do not know if I have looked close enough, but is thereba guide to this card game…I am not sure how to play…

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    • Anna

      The scans of the rulebooks are going to happen, I’ve just been sick as a dog, and I’ve recently got a new job so it’ll be going slow. They are on the way though!

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  2. Maggie

    I managed to snag an entire unopened box of character decks from Ebay – it includes Moon, Mercury, Mars, Jupiter, Venus AND Tuxedo Mask, cause apparently he has a character deck too. Be happy to share pics if you wanna see – also it came with two really big dice that have “Rock Paper Scissors” on them. I also managed to find a guy who was willing to share a whole bunch of his duplicates with me for free. :)

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  3. Jim

    Just found this site, great stuff.
    There is apparently another Past & Future Promo, Dark Crystal, from Canadian Sports Collector, but its the only one I’ve heard mentioned that I haven’t even been able to find a picture of.

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    • Anna

      If you were going off of Blue Moon Cards, these promos are only known of as whispers, and I’ve hunted for those myself, with no luck.

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  4. Neil

    Hello,

    This is a great site with a lot of information. It’s helped me get a better understanding of the Sailor Moon universe. I’m a fan of Sailor Moon, but not an expert. I was hoping to get some information regarding the premiere deck.
    I have a fairly decent collection, but not complete. I’ve been looking to complete my collection and I came across some cards that seem a little different. For all of my cards, on the very bottom it has the “Premiere Edition” logo, the copyright year 2000 and the number of the card. The cards I found have the Sailor Moon logo (written in Japanese) instead of Premiere Edition, the copyright year 2001 instead of 2000, a little symbol by the card number (looking like “iC”), and state they are printed in Canada. I would post a picture to make the differences more clear, but I don’t think I can.
    Are these legitimate cards? Did they come out a year later? Is this a “Canadian” version of the cards? I’m a little confused about the differences.
    Thanks for your help.

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    • Jason

      I’m not the owner of the site, but what you’re describing is the Premiere cards inserted in Past and Future packs and Starters. My guess is they were added as filler since Past and Future was a small set. I haven’t noticed any wording differences between Premiere cards and Past and Future reprints of Premiere cards.

      The icon next to the card number is the rarity symbol. The key for reading these is in the manual. You can also just cover up the left half of the symbol to see the C/U/R rarity.

      I hope this helps. This site really helped me and my daughter get started collecting. We now have a complete Premiere set and a complete Past and Future set. We also got all the Series III foils, and the 9 card foil promos. Past and Future is by far the hardest to complete, but it’s possible with patience and a lot of scouring eBay. Good luck on your journey!

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