Sailor Saturn, in addition to never getting a transformation sequence in the anime, never gets real attack sequences like the other Senshi. Oh, the injustice of it all! Plus, her destruction of the world is ten times less epic in the anime than the manga.

Death Reborn Revolution (死世界変革) is a manga-only attack that Saturn uses against Pharaoh 90. Contrary to popular belief, it does not bring ruin to the world, but instead is a very powerful attack that drained power from Pharaoh 90 and uprooted him from the planet. In this attack, ribbons (a pun on "reborn") swirl around her body and then to her target.

Saturn brings ruin to the world with a nameless attack - she simply purposefully drops her Silence Glaive and the world begins to fall apart. Of course, it's not as though if she flips her Silence Glaive around and every time the world is destroyed - it is a conscious action. Death is a double-sword, so as she uses this immense power, she ends up dying as well.

Silent/Silence Wall (不動城壁), as the name implies, creates a dome of energy that protects Sailor Saturn and whoever else she wishes from attacks. It's a very strong barrier, resistant to both Nehellenia and Galaxia's attacks. She does not necessarily have to be under it for it to work - as seen in the anime, she can cast it from a distance.

Silence Glaive Surprise (沈黙鎌奇襲) is an offensive attack. I'm not entirely sure what it does in the manga - it appears to just cause a lotta hurt, but in the anime it's extremely destructive. Then again, Super Sailor Chibi Moon prevented her from finishing and they seemed to mix it with bringing ruin to the world, so whatever. Basically, I wouldn't want to get hit!

During her brief period under the control of Galaxia, her attack was "Galactica Glaive Surprise." She also combined her Silence Glaive with Sailor Pluto's Garnet Orb to perform the "Galactica Cannon" attack.

Silence glaive

The Silence Glaive is Sailor Saturn's iconic weapon, sometimes referred to as the "scythe of the goddess of death." It is longer than she is tall, and is indeed quite reminiscent of a scythe or sickle - perhaps as a reference to Death (or the Grim Reaper), who supposedly wields a scythe.

This is also a reference to the god Saturn's ruling over agriculture and harvest - scythes and sickles are used to harvest crops, ending the plants' lives and preparing fields for a new season, if you want to be dramatic about it. Sailor Saturn's weapon is then extremely appropriate for her purpose - she brings ruin to worlds, allowing Sailor Moon to bring about rebirth.

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