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20th Apr '17 7:38:02 PM BattleMaster
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* ComicBook/{{Daken}}: Wolverine's son hasn't finished a single episode of his comic without seducing or sleeping with somebody, usually killing them as well. Interestingly, WordOfGod is that Daken's asexual; he's not interested in it, personally, but uses sex as a tool of manipulation and emotional torment.

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* ComicBook/{{Daken}}: Wolverine's son hasn't finished a single episode of his comic without seducing or sleeping with somebody, usually killing them as well. Interestingly, WordOfGod is that Daken's asexual; he's not interested in it, personally, but uses sex as a tool of manipulation and emotional torment. It also helps that he's got pheromones that make anyone in his vicinity attracted to him.
29th Mar '17 8:34:10 AM BeerBaron
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* ''VideoGame/TheElderScrollsIIIMorrowind'' has Crassius Curio, a quest-giver and high-ranking member of House Hlaalu. Insists on calling the PC things like 'dumpling' or 'pumpkin pie,' no matter the gender, and his first order is to see you naked. However, it's largely implied [[ChivalrousPervert nothing]] ''[[ChivalrousPervert really]]'' [[ChivalrousPervert happens]]... It borders on ExtremeOmnisexual, since he does this regardless of player race, and Morrowind is the game with the least human-like [[LizardFolk Argonians]].
** One of the running gags of the series is that possibly ''the'' most published manuscript on all of Nirn is ''The Lusty Argonian Maid'', a play (well, two -- there's a sequel too) in three acts written by none other than the aforementioned Crassius Curio. For added comedic value, Crassius just so happens to be one of the very few genuinely ''noble'' characters on the island of Morrowind, despite his rampant peculiarities.

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* ''VideoGame/TheElderScrollsIIIMorrowind'' has ''VideoGame/TheElderScrollsIIIMorrowind''
** Surprisingly enough, the PlayerCharacter can be viewed as this. Though you don't get to see what your character actually says, the NPC responses to the "Admire" dialogue choice are frequently responses to pick-up lines or come-ons. This happens regardless of their race or gender.
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Crassius Curio, a quest-giver and high-ranking member of [[ProudMerchantRace Great House Hlaalu. Insists Hlaalu]]. He insists on calling the PC things like 'dumpling' or 'pumpkin pie,' no matter the gender, and his first order is to see you naked. However, it's largely implied [[ChivalrousPervert [[LoveableSexManiac nothing]] ''[[ChivalrousPervert ''[[LoveableSexManiac really]]'' [[ChivalrousPervert [[LoveableSexManiac happens]]... It borders on ExtremeOmnisexual, since he does this regardless of player race, including CatFolk Khajiit, LizardFolk Argonians, and Morrowind is the game with the least human-like [[LizardFolk Argonians]].
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full blown [[OurOrcsAreDifferent Blizzard-style]] Orcs. One of the running gags {{Running Gag}}s of the series is that possibly one of ''the'' most published manuscript manuscripts on all of Nirn is ''The Lusty Argonian Maid'', a play (well, two -- there's (with a sequel too) as of ''[[VideoGame/TheElderScrollsVSkyrim Skyrim]]'') in three acts written by none other than the aforementioned Crassius Curio. (With the main character named "[[HerCodeNameWasMarySue Crantius Colto]]".) For added comedic value, Crassius just so happens to be one of the very few [[ReasonableAuthorityFigure genuinely ''noble'' characters noble characters]] on the island of Morrowind, despite his rampant peculiarities.
28th Feb '17 5:30:08 PM WillyFourEyes
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Some people have a type. They might like a certain hair color, or body type, or personality trait.

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Some people [[HasAType have a type.type]]. They might like a certain hair color, or body type, or personality trait.
27th Feb '17 9:15:07 PM KaputExaltation
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'''Note''': Do not add behavior patterns that don't fall under RuleOfFunny. Do not add characters for [[InterspeciesRomance chasing after aliens or fantastic beings]]. Don't add characters who don't otherwise fit for just using the phrase "Anything That Moves." Anything That Moves is '''[[NonIndicativeName just a title]]'''[[note]] as an aside, the ''magazine'' of this title published in the 1990s was named ironically--the original subtitle read 'beyond the stereotypes of bisexuality', which could be read separately or together with the title[[/note]].

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'''Note''': Do not add behavior patterns that don't fall under RuleOfFunny. Do not add characters for [[InterspeciesRomance chasing after aliens or fantastic beings]]. Don't add characters who don't otherwise fit for just using the phrase "Anything That Moves." Anything That Moves is '''[[NonIndicativeName just a title]]'''[[note]] as an aside, the ''magazine'' of this title published in the 1990s was named ironically--the original subtitle read 'beyond the stereotypes of bisexuality', which could be read separately or together with the title[[/note]].
title]]'''.
4th Jan '17 12:14:43 AM addiemacgruer
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This is not to say they have ''no'' limits. Animals, aliens, and inanimate objects (baring sex toys) are off the table. (If not, you're looking at ExtremeOmnisexual.)

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This is not to say they have ''no'' limits. Animals, aliens, and inanimate objects (baring (barring sex toys) are off the table. (If not, you're looking at ExtremeOmnisexual.)
25th Dec '16 8:05:44 AM Schismatism
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** One of the running gags of the series is that possibly ''the'' most published manuscript on all of Nirn is ''The Lusty Argonian Maid'', a play (well, two -- there's a sequel too) in three acts written by none other than the aforementioned Crassius Curio. For added comedic value, Crassius just so happens to be one of the very few genuinely ''noble'' characters on the island of Morrowind, despite his rampant peculiarities.
16th Dec '16 4:19:27 AM gb00393
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* ''Series/GameOfThrones'': Oberyn and Ellaria. They even like to share.
10th Dec '16 2:13:37 PM GhostLad
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* One of SelfDemonstrating/{{Deadpool}}'s clients was an aristocrat who was turned on by ''everything''. Deadpool quizzed him extensively on this.
** If this was the guy whose panty collection was robbed, then it was Agent X, not Deadpool.

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* One of SelfDemonstrating/{{Deadpool}}'s [[SelfDemonstrating/{{Deadpool}} Agent X]]'s clients was an aristocrat who was turned on by ''everything''. Deadpool Agent X quizzed him extensively on this.
** If this was the guy whose panty collection was robbed, then it was Agent X, not Deadpool.
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27th Nov '16 2:23:15 PM SomberCaelifera
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* The Dean from ''Series/{{Community}}'' was once called a "Pansexual imp", as his main target is Jeffrey, but also has a thing for Dalmations (don't ask how). He has acted in agirly fashion, and keeps his Mom's old wedding ring, often dreams and fantasizes about men, has an obvious crush on Jeff, He also likes to dress up in a lot of silly outfits (some specifically for women). in one episode of season 6, it's said that the Dean doesn't just consider himself " gay", and states he makes it look like Mormonism. As well as in the final episode, where in Britta's vision for "season 7", she sees him finally come out as transgender, no longer keeping it as a joke, but even he is against the idea. However, despite all this, he had never actually shown attraction to anything besides a couple of men, and dalmations, even passing on an female assistant's advances (which she mistook regular office chores for metaphors for sex.)

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* The Dean from ''Series/{{Community}}'' was once called a "Pansexual imp", as his main target is Jeffrey, but also has a thing for Dalmations Dalmatians (don't ask how). He has acted in agirly a girly fashion, and keeps his Mom's old wedding ring, often dreams and fantasizes about men, has an obvious crush on Jeff, He also likes to dress up in a lot of silly outfits (some specifically for women). in one episode of season 6, it's said that the Dean doesn't just consider himself " gay", and states he makes it look like Mormonism. As well as in the final episode, where in Britta's vision for "season 7", she sees him finally come out as transgender, no longer keeping it as a joke, but even he is against the idea. However, despite all this, he had never actually shown attraction to anything besides a couple of men, and dalmations, dalmatians, even passing on an female assistant's advances (which she mistook regular office chores for metaphors for sex.)
15th Nov '16 6:06:51 PM Zaptech
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* In ''Franchise/TheWitcher'' novels and games, sorcerers and sorceresses tend to be this way, due to a combination of their magic enhancing their libidos, as well as making them sterile, and also making them extremely long-lived. As a result, strong magic-users tend to go through cycles of rabid sexuality, including with the same sex and more unusual partners, all in an effort to have new experiences and relieve boredom. Most wizards and sorceresses thus have infamous and storied love lives.
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