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13th Aug '17 7:08:10 AM Morgenthaler
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* ''Film/NothingButTrouble'': The JP forces Christopher to marry his granddaughter [[AbohrrentAdmirer Eldona]], the alternative being execution for being a banker. He agrees to go through the ceremony since he figures it will give him an opportunity to escape, but after tying the knot he immediately get caught.

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* ''Film/NothingButTrouble'': The JP forces Christopher to marry his granddaughter [[AbohrrentAdmirer [[AbhorrentAdmirer Eldona]], the alternative being execution for being a banker. He agrees to go through the ceremony since he figures it will give him an opportunity to escape, but after tying the knot he immediately get caught.
13th Aug '17 7:07:45 AM Morgenthaler
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* ''Film/NothingButTrouble'': The JP forces Christopher to marry his granddaughter [[AbohrrentAdmirer Eldona]], the alternative being execution for being a banker. He agrees to go through the ceremony since he figures it will give him an opportunity to escape, but after tying the knot he immediately get caught.
11th Aug '17 11:31:38 PM TheNerevarine
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* In ''VideoGame/CrusaderKingsII'', tribal chiefs and pagan, Zoroastrian, and Dharmic rulers can force captured women to be their concubines, even married women. Naturally this incurs a nasty relations penalty with the woman, her relatives, and her husband (if she has one), and such concubines are often helpful to those wishing to assassinate the ruler.
* ''VideoGame/DantesInferno'' has Lucifer tricking Beatrice Portinari into marrying him, which forces her beloved Dante to go to Hell and save her. According to the animated adaptation, he had taken several women as his brides across the millenia such as Cleopatra, Salome and Helen of Troy before Beatrice. Its revealed that [[spoiler:the marriage is just a ploy, he used her as a bait to lure Dante to Hell and release him from his prison]].



* ''Franchise/FireEmblem'':
** In ''VideoGame/FireEmblemGenealogyOfTheHolyWar'', this happens several times. The first time trips off the plot of the game, when a thuggish prince kidnaps a childhood friend of TheHero with the intent of forcing her to marry him.
** In ''VideoGame/FireEmblemGaiden'' and its remake ''VideoGame/FireEmblemEchoesShadowsOfValentia'', [[TheCaligula King Lima IV]] of Zofia forced two women (a [[WorldsMostBeautifulWoman beautiful]] priestess named Liprica and an unnamed foreign noblewoman) to become members of his RoyalHarem. [[spoiler: They gave him two children: the femalr ptotagonist Celica and her half-brother Conrad, respectively.]]
* In ''VideoGame/{{Gingiva}}'', almost all of the boss monsters will try to pull this on the ''player'' (and immediately turn hostile when you refuse).



* In ''VideoGame/PinballQuest,'' Lord Beezelbub has kidnapped Princess Ball and plans to marry her in three days. No fair guessing what the player has to do.
* In ''VideoGame/Sly3HonorAmongThieves'', General Tsao captures the Panda King's daughter and forces her to marry him against her will. [[spoiler: She escapes thanks to the Cooper Gang, and Tsao ends up almost married to [[{{BrideAndSwitch}} Carmelita]].]]



* ''Franchise/FireEmblem'':
** In ''VideoGame/FireEmblemGenealogyOfTheHolyWar'', this happens several times. The first time trips off the plot of the game, when a thuggish prince kidnaps a childhood friend of TheHero with the intent of forcing her to marry him.
** In ''VideoGame/FireEmblemGaiden'' and its remake ''VideoGame/FireEmblemEchoesShadowsOfValentia'', [[TheCaligula King Lima IV]] of Zofia forced two women (a [[WorldsMostBeautifulWoman beautiful]] priestess named Liprica and an unnamed foreign noblewoman) to become members of his RoyalHarem. [[spoiler: They gave him two children: the femalr ptotagonist Celica and her half-brother Conrad, respectively.]]
* In ''VideoGame/Sly3HonorAmongThieves'', General Tsao captures the Panda King's daughter and forces her to marry him against her will. [[spoiler: She escapes thanks to the Cooper Gang, and Tsao ends up almost married to [[{{BrideAndSwitch}} Carmelita]].]]



* In ''VideoGame/{{Gingiva}}'', almost all of the boss monsters will try to pull this on the ''player'' (and immediately turn hostile when you refuse).



* In ''VideoGame/PinballQuest,'' Lord Beezelbub has kidnapped Princess Ball and plans to marry her in three days. No fair guessing what the player has to do.
* In ''VideoGame/CrusaderKingsII'', tribal chiefs and pagan, Zoroastrian, and Dharmic rulers can force captured women to be their concubines, even married women. Naturally this incurs a nasty relations penalty with the woman, her relatives, and her husband (if she has one), and such concubines are often helpful to those wishing to assassinate the ruler.
13th Jul '17 6:20:05 PM Morgenthaler
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* Jafar tries to force Jasmine to marry him in ''Disney/{{Aladdin}}'' by hypnotizing her father so that he'll set up an ArrangedMarriage. It's not entirely clear why he doesn't just HypnotizeThePrincess; her father's rather WeakWilled, and Jasmine is [[RebelliousPrincess definitely not]], so this way might have just been easier. (Even the Sultan does manage to snap out of Jafar's hypnosis on his own at least once.) This example is somewhat unique in that Jafar is really using her as a way to become Sultan. In fact, Jafar's original plan was to simply kill both Jasmine and the Sultan once the marriage had been carried out.
*** Though Jafar was not above being creeping on Jasmine after she thought Aladdin was dead and even asks Genie to make her fall in love with him when she was being defiant.

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* Jafar tries to force Jasmine to marry him in ''Disney/{{Aladdin}}'' by hypnotizing her father so that he'll set up an ArrangedMarriage. It's not entirely clear why he doesn't just HypnotizeThePrincess; her father's rather WeakWilled, and Jasmine is [[RebelliousPrincess definitely not]], so this way might have just been easier. (Even the Sultan does manage to snap out of Jafar's hypnosis on his own at least once.) This example is somewhat unique in that Jafar is really using her as a way to become Sultan. In fact, Jafar's original plan was to simply kill both Jasmine and the Sultan once the marriage had been carried out.
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out. Though Jafar was not above being creeping on Jasmine after she thought Aladdin was dead and even asks Genie to make her fall in love with him when she was being defiant.
29th Jun '17 12:41:49 PM MarcusSLazarus
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* In ''FanFic/Drakigo''- a variation of [[Bram Stoker's Dracula (film)]] with ''[[Kim Possible]]'' characters- after Shego Dracula is bitten by a vampire, he talks about how she will a queen of undying beauty by his side; trope is subverted as Shego immediately kills him out of anger at the implication that she would ever choose him over her dead love.
24th Jun '17 12:43:30 PM tropower
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* Prince Lotor's main goal in ''Anime/GoLion'', the Americanized ''Voltron'', and all the sequel series, aside from taking over the galaxy, is to get Princess Allura to marry him.

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* Prince Sincline / Lotor's main goal in ''Anime/GoLion'', the Americanized ''Voltron'', and all the sequel series, aside from taking over the galaxy, is to get Princess Farla[[note]][[SpellMyNameWithAnS Spelled "Fala"]] in Media Blasters' subtitled version.[[/note]] / Allura to marry him.



* In ''Anime/{{Shinzo}}'', the Reptile King Ryuma (one of the seven Enterran generals) decides to do this to Yakumo, the last living human, to prove his superiority over her. He says something to the effect of "Anyone can kill their enemy. Only the truly powerful can ''marry'' them", and further compares it to a snake wrapping a rabbit inside its coils and keeping it there instead of eating it.

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* In ''Anime/{{Shinzo}}'', ''Anime/{{Shinzo}}''[[note]]The {{Macekre}}d version of ''Mushrambo''.[[/note]], the Reptile King Ryuma (one of the seven Enterran generals) decides to do this to Yakumo, the last living human, to prove his superiority over her. He says something to the effect of "Anyone can kill their enemy. Only the truly powerful can ''marry'' them", and further compares it to a snake wrapping a rabbit inside its coils and keeping it there instead of eating it.
18th Jun '17 7:34:07 PM GlitteringFlowers
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** In ''VideoGame/FireEmblemGaiden'' and its remake ''VideoGame/FireEmblemEchoesShadowsOfValentia'', [[TheCaligula King Lima IV]] forced the WorldsMostBeautifulWoman, a priestess named Lipraca, to become his HotConsort. [[spoiler: They're the parents of the female protagonist of the game, Princess Celica.]]

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** In ''VideoGame/FireEmblemGaiden'' and its remake ''VideoGame/FireEmblemEchoesShadowsOfValentia'', [[TheCaligula King Lima IV]] of Zofia forced the WorldsMostBeautifulWoman, a two women (a [[WorldsMostBeautifulWoman beautiful]] priestess named Lipraca, Liprica and an unnamed foreign noblewoman) to become members of his HotConsort. RoyalHarem. [[spoiler: They're They gave him two children: the parents of the female protagonist of the game, Princess Celica.femalr ptotagonist Celica and her half-brother Conrad, respectively.]]
18th Jun '17 10:31:31 AM nombretomado
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For in-depth information on the subject, see the [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Forced_marriage article]] on ThatOtherWiki.

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For in-depth information on the subject, see the [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Forced_marriage article]] on ThatOtherWiki.
Wiki/ThatOtherWiki.
7th Jun '17 11:23:50 AM Nadim
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* ''Series/{{Best Friends Whenever}}'' has Daisy being forcibly engaged to a {{Jerkass}} named Sebastian who wants to rule her kingdom. The gang must rescue her from her {{Arranged Marriage}}.


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* In one episode of ''Series/{{The Suite Life On Deck}}'', Maddie is tricked accidentally becomes engaged to an 8 year-old prince and is saved by Zack challenging the brat to a {{Duel To The Death}}.
26th May '17 8:44:11 PM PrincessGwen
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* Jafar tries to force Jasmine to marry him in ''Disney/{{Aladdin}}'' by hypnotizing her father so that he'll set up an ArrangedMarriage. It's not entirely clear why he doesn't just HypnotizeThePrincess; her father's rather WeakWilled, and Jasmine is [[RebelliousPrincess definitely not]], so this way might have just been easier. (Even the Sultan does manage to snap out of Jafar's hypnosis on his own at least once.) This example is somewhat unique in that Jafar really using heras a way to become Sultan. In fact, Jafar's original plan was to simply kill both Jasmine and the Sultan once the marriage had been carried out.
*** Though Jafar was not above being creeping on Jasmine after she thought Alladin was dead and even asks Genie to make her fall in love with him when she being defiant.

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* Jafar tries to force Jasmine to marry him in ''Disney/{{Aladdin}}'' by hypnotizing her father so that he'll set up an ArrangedMarriage. It's not entirely clear why he doesn't just HypnotizeThePrincess; her father's rather WeakWilled, and Jasmine is [[RebelliousPrincess definitely not]], so this way might have just been easier. (Even the Sultan does manage to snap out of Jafar's hypnosis on his own at least once.) This example is somewhat unique in that Jafar is really using heras her as a way to become Sultan. In fact, Jafar's original plan was to simply kill both Jasmine and the Sultan once the marriage had been carried out.
*** Though Jafar was not above being creeping on Jasmine after she thought Alladin Aladdin was dead and even asks Genie to make her fall in love with him when she was being defiant.
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