Dream Dolly
Biographical Information
Name Dream Dolly
Aliases Dream Princess
Eye Color Pale-green
Hair Color Misty-rose
Skin Color Pale-olive
Enemy Information
Monster Type Negamonster
Alignment Negaverse
Affiliation Jedite
Rank Minion
Operations Base
Attacks Petrification
Abilities Drains energy, creates illusions
Power Source False Red Apple
Series information
Creator Naoko Takeuchi
First Appearance Nightmare in Dreamland
Last Appearance Nightmare in Dreamland
English Voice Wendy Lyon
Japanese Voice Eriko Hara

"Hello, I'm your Dream Dolly. Do you want to play?"
—Dream Dolly

Dream Dolly (ムリード Murid?) is a Negamonster sent by Jedite to gather energy for the Negaverse. She has the appearance of a doll. She appeared in Sailor Moon Episode 8, "Nightmare in Dreamland".


While impersonating the Dream Princess, she caused around fifty disappearances, using a red mist from her mouth to put them into a dream state where their energy would be taken from them. When the Sailor Scouts confronted her, she gave Sailor Moon a wreath, which was intercepted by Sailor Mars, turned into a snake, and bit her on the arm, beginning to turn her to stone. But with her scroll attack, Sailor Mars stopped the curse.

Dream Dolly revealed her true form and put them into a dream featuring Tuxedo Mask, but the real Tuxedo Mask appeared and stopped her. Sailor Mercury used Mercury Bubbles Blast, and Sailor Moon and Sailor Mars combined their Moon Tiara Magic and Mars Fire Ignite to destroy Dream Dolly.


  • This is the first time Sailor Moon and Sailor Mars combine their attacks.
  • In the original Japanese version, the background music used in the scene where the Dream Princess is confronted by Sailor Moon and Sailor Mars and her headless body was spinning around like a music box was a random "music box" tune. In the English dub, a more appropriate piece of music is used, "Brahms' Lullaby".
  • Dream Dolly's human disguise is the only one with any real obvious hints to her true nature. In fact, the first use of her apple is what triggers Raye's suspicions that the "Dream Princess" was not to be trusted.



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