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Totally agree for Chivalrous Pervet and Dionysus, not much for the Casanova. He doesn't get girls, though being a (reluctant?) heartbreaker - including his own - nor does he make much effort, and in case he (or even she) might be interested she turns him down, or she is "on the wrong side", and/or is killed. I wonder if he would be that interested if it wasn't an "impossible" love. Something to do with his Hermes/Drifter side (no ties, love for freedom) along with Foe Yay as well.
: I agree that The Casanova
is debatable as far as Corto is concerned—he isn't actually a womanizer, and when he seduces women it's not because he intends to.