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11th Mar '17 7:20:48 AM Ambaryerno
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* ''Film/{{Logan}}'': The mothers of the children bred by Transigen for their X-23 program are treated as disposable wombs. Gabriela doesn't elaborate on what became of them, but the implication of her remarks, "girls nobody can find," is [[YouHaveOutlivedYourUsefulness they were killed]].
21st Feb '17 7:40:18 AM arisboch
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* The Axlotl tanks in ''Franchise/{{Dune}}'' are actually the females of the Bene Tleilax.

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* The Axlotl tanks [[spoiler:Axlotl tanks]] in ''Franchise/{{Dune}}'' are actually the [[spoiler:the females of the Bene Tleilax.Tleilax]].
12th Feb '17 1:46:25 PM bwburke94
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* In ''Literature/BeyondTheImpossible'', Demeter sets up “breeding camps” on planet Myridia to supply her army with new soldiers. Healthy women are chained and give birth in captivity, while sick or sterile are killed.



* The Cylon 'farms' on the occupied Colonies in ''[[Series/BattlestarGalactica2003 Battlestar Galactica]]''.

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* The Cylon 'farms' on the occupied Colonies in ''[[Series/BattlestarGalactica2003 Battlestar Galactica]]''.''Series/BattlestarGalactica2003''.



* [[{{Series/TheLottery}} The Lottery]] has 100 citizens set to become this, pending the results of a national lottery.

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* [[{{Series/TheLottery}} The Lottery]] ''Series/TheLottery'' has 100 citizens set to become this, pending the results of a national lottery.



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* In ''Literature/BeyondTheImpossible'', Demeter sets up “breeding camps” on planet Myridia to supply her army with new soldiers. Healthy women are chained and give birth in captivity, while sick or sterile are killed.
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6th Jan '17 8:01:59 PM DrOO7
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* ''Series/Big Love'': Second and third wives Nicki and Margene fear that they're this in regards to first wife Barn, given that Barn can't have anymore children.
6th Jan '17 7:53:33 PM DrOO7
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* ''Series/OneLifeToLive'': Asa makes it quite clear to new wife Blair that the only reason he dumped his previous wife her is that he viewed her as this (she's much younger than him)--by forcing himself on her and demanding that she bear him a son, lest he throw her and her mother out without a dime.
31st Dec '16 2:28:17 PM Wbender14
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* The MacGuffin of ''Film/MadMaxFuryRoad'' are the Five Wives, the harem of Immortan Joe that he was using to breed male children who aren't damaged by radiation. If they fail to produce a healthy baby boy after three tries, he casts them out, and it's strongly implied that this was what happened to [[spoiler:Imperator Furiosa]].

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* The MacGuffin of ''Film/MadMaxFuryRoad'' are the Five Wives, the harem of Immortan Joe that he was using to breed male children who aren't damaged by radiation. If they fail to produce a healthy baby boy after three tries, he casts them out, and it's strongly implied that this was what happened to [[spoiler:Imperator Furiosa]].out.
24th Dec '16 11:31:18 AM nombretomado
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* This is the implication of the evidence found on Half-Ogre Island in {{Arcanum}}, which shows that the half-ogres are the result of monstrous breeding camps between Half Ogres and females of other species, mostly humans and elves, which always resulted in death for the female. There were also experiments between female ogres and male humans which for obvious reasons did not lead to death, but these rarely yielded any offspring. Regardless, [[ItWasHereISwear the evidence mysteriously disappears later on]]. The operation was supposedly created by a conspiracy of gnomes who uses it to breed Half Ogre bodyguards for their criminal operations.

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* This is the implication of the evidence found on Half-Ogre Island in {{Arcanum}}, ''VideoGame/ArcanumOfSteamworksAndMagickObscura'', which shows that the half-ogres are the result of monstrous breeding camps between Half Ogres and females of other species, mostly humans and elves, which always resulted in death for the female. There were also experiments between female ogres and male humans which for obvious reasons did not lead to death, but these rarely yielded any offspring. Regardless, [[ItWasHereISwear the evidence mysteriously disappears later on]]. The operation was supposedly created by a conspiracy of gnomes who uses it to breed Half Ogre bodyguards for their criminal operations.
24th Dec '16 2:27:17 AM Ramidel
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* In ''VideoGame/LastDream'', a plaque on the wall of Pandora Castle elevates "mothers of five or more males" to a higher status than common soldiers.
16th Dec '16 5:09:09 PM harostar
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* In ''Manga/TokyoGhoul'', a BreedingCult keeps women for the purpose of bearing either a "pure" heir or a disposable TykeBomb. [[spoiler: Rize Kamishiro]] managed to escape this fate.
7th Dec '16 10:21:46 AM Ramidel
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* In ''VideoGame/{{Catherine}}'', [[spoiler: this is Dumuzid's motivation. He wants men who will continue to populate the planet, and so he decides to do this by using a succubus to weed out men who reach a certain age without getting married and making babies.]]
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