whatever wrote:Well this is probably a weird/dumb topic but I have always left with the doubt if the Outer senshi by the end of the anime trust more in the power of the inner guardians of Sailor Moon since in the Super season they seem to thought of them as if they were obstacles in there way, In the Nehelenia sub-arc in stars when they work together could be taken as a development between both groups??
and for the manga readers, How is the relationship between the Outers and the Inners here?
I don't think they do, first of all they are High School students (or above) and the Inners are Junior High students, and I don't know about you, but at my High School, Junior High students were considered by some to be subhuman.
There is also the difference in philosophies, the Inners would fit in perfectly with My Little Pony, the Outers think
they would fit in to a Noir novel. A comment from TVtropes on this: Haruka Ten'ou and Michiru Kai'ou from Sailor Moon: Sailors Uranus and Neptune believe that victory cannot be attained without some horrible angsty sacrifice that only they have the moral strength to make. The idea that The Power Of Love And Justice could triumph with minimal unpleasantness seems to offend them on some deep level. Link: A very different attitude
Contrast Discworld's Death in the Hogfather
to the Outers' actions and attitudes. He knew the stakes and was willing to do whatever was necessary.
Frankly, if it really meant saving the world (and getting the appropriate rewards and adulation) I can easily see Robert B. Parker's Spenser and Hawke donning tutus, dancing among flowers singing about friendship and love. Of course Hawke would later shoot anyone who mentioned it to him, but there's a difference between really doing anything to save the word, and being willing to do despicable things to save the world.
Pluto seemed to want to resurrect Serenity, and wants to force Usagi into that role, what Usagi wants is immaterial.
In most cases the Outers are unwilling to share their plans with the Inners until those plans are already locked in and can't be altered. Killing Saturn is a key point, if they'd talked with the others, they might have pointed out that
a) Killing your number two heavy hitter when fighting the dragon is not such a swift idea
b) Galaxia has been around a long time and somebody probably already tried and failed to accomplish this, so Galaxia has defenses
But they were too wound up in the idea of killing a trusting child, saving the universe and dying in each others arms (in that order) to think straight.
So no, they don't trust them, or believe in their worldview/philosophy. I think the Outers tolerate the Inner, but try to work around them to 'Do what needs to be done!'
Even if it patently won't work and is unnecessary.