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30th May '16 2:11:15 AM Morgenthaler
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16th May '16 9:09:43 AM Doug86
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* Literature/ConanTheBarbarian has rescued his share of these. Olivia from ''Literature/IronShadowsInTheMoon'', for example, was an Ophirean princess sold by her parents for refusing to marry a prince of Koth, and eventually fell into the hands of the cruel Shah Amurath, who mistreated her horribly before she escaped the palace and was rescued by Conan after the Shah himself tracked her down.

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* Literature/ConanTheBarbarian Franchise/ConanTheBarbarian has rescued his share of these. Olivia from ''Literature/IronShadowsInTheMoon'', for example, was an Ophirean princess sold by her parents for refusing to marry a prince of Koth, and eventually fell into the hands of the cruel Shah Amurath, who mistreated her horribly before she escaped the palace and was rescued by Conan after the Shah himself tracked her down.
27th Mar '16 3:49:30 PM FramePlus
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* Achilles had one in ''Literature/TheIliad'' and his commander had her taken away. [[AchillesInHisTent Achilles then spent days in his tent.]]

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* Achilles had one in ''Literature/TheIliad'' ''Literature/TheIliad'', former princess of Lyrnessus [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Briseis Briseis]] (although it's implied that they saw each other more as husband and wife than owner and slave), and his commander [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Agamemnon Agamemnon]] had her taken away.away as a compensation to himself for having to give up his own BeautifulSlaveGirl [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chryseis Chryseis]] (a.k.a. Astynome) by god Apollo's command. [[AchillesInHisTent Achilles then spent days in his tent.]]
27th Mar '16 3:11:32 PM FramePlus
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* This is basically the premise for ''Manga/{{Dears}}''.

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* This is basically the premise for ''Manga/{{Dears}}''.''Manga/DearS'', where the eponymous {{Human Alien|s}} species stranded on Earth hides the fact they were ''engineered'' to be this.



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* Subverted in the Hallmark version of ''Film/JasonAndTheArgonauts''. Hypsipyle offers the Argonauts her beautiful slaves as companions (though she gets Jason for herself). [[spoiler: However it's all part of a trick to sacrifice the men to Artemis]].

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* Subverted in the Hallmark version of ''Film/JasonAndTheArgonauts''. Hypsipyle offers the Argonauts her beautiful slaves as companions (though she gets Jason for herself). [[spoiler: However [[spoiler:However it's all part of a trick to sacrifice the men to Artemis]].
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* In ''Literature/{{Masques}}'', the spy Aralorn changes place with a beautiful slave girl, (as a shapechanger, she can do that easily) to infiltrate a palace. It is strongly implied that the girl was spared a very horrible fate. [[spoiler: Aralorn, being the hero, escapes in time to avoid AFateWorseThanDeath.]]

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* In ''Literature/{{Masques}}'', the spy Aralorn changes place with a beautiful slave girl, (as a shapechanger, she can do that easily) to infiltrate a palace. It is strongly implied that the girl was spared a very horrible fate. [[spoiler: Aralorn, [[spoiler:Aralorn, being the hero, escapes in time to avoid AFateWorseThanDeath.]]
22nd Mar '16 12:04:57 PM kyberserafino
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* Grace from Geraldine Brooks' March (a story about the father from ''Literature/LittleWomen'') is a slave girl who many of the Union soldiers (including Mr. March) are attracted to.
13th Mar '16 12:14:39 AM nombretomado
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* ConanTheBarbarian has rescued his share of these. Olivia from ''Literature/IronShadowsInTheMoon'', for example, was an Ophirean princess sold by her parents for refusing to marry a prince of Koth, and eventually fell into the hands of the cruel Shah Amurath, who mistreated her horribly before she escaped the palace and was rescued by Conan after the Shah himself tracked her down.

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* ConanTheBarbarian Literature/ConanTheBarbarian has rescued his share of these. Olivia from ''Literature/IronShadowsInTheMoon'', for example, was an Ophirean princess sold by her parents for refusing to marry a prince of Koth, and eventually fell into the hands of the cruel Shah Amurath, who mistreated her horribly before she escaped the palace and was rescued by Conan after the Shah himself tracked her down.
23rd Feb '16 12:35:49 PM MsChibi
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* In ''Literature/TheRedTent'', Esau has a few of these, in addition to three wives. One of these slave girls is pregnant with his child, and if she gives birth to a boy, then she will go from being an ordinary slave to a "lesser wife" or concubine.
21st Feb '16 1:42:42 AM thatother1dude
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* In ''StevenUniverse'', Pearls are made for and owned by high-ranking Gems. Peridot describes the main functions of Pearls as standing around, looking nice, and holding stuff.

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* In ''StevenUniverse'', ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse'', Pearls are made for and owned by high-ranking Gems. Peridot describes the main functions of Pearls as standing around, looking nice, and holding stuff.
2nd Feb '16 1:28:43 AM BlackbirdMizu
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* In ''StevenUniverse'', Pearls are made for and owned by high-ranking Gems. Peridot describes the main functions of Pearls as standing around, looking nice, and holding stuff.
6th Jan '16 1:38:32 PM fearlessnikki
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* Subverted in the Hallmark version of ''Film/JasonAndTheArgonauts''. Hypsipyle offers the Argonauts her beautiful slaves as companions (though she gets Jason for herself). [[spoiler: However it's all part of a trick to sacrifice the men to Artemis]].



* [[DependingOnTheWriter In many live adaptations]] (mostly modern ones), [[GuileHero Morgiana]] from ''Literature/AliBabaAndTheFortyThieves'' is depicted as such.

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* [[DependingOnTheWriter In many live adaptations]] (mostly modern ones), [[GuileHero Morgiana]] from ''Literature/AliBabaAndTheFortyThieves'' is depicted as such. She's a serving girl hired after Ali Baba comes into money, and Ali ends up marrying her after she saves him from the titular thieves. A few adaptations imply she's an in-universe AuthorAvatar for the storyteller in the FramingDevice Scheherezade. [[AuthorAppeal Make of that what you will]].



* ''Series/SpartacusBloodAndSand'': Made by HBO and set in ancient Rome, most of the female slaves are this trope. Batiatus and Lucretia are fond of having slaves act as fluffers before they get down to business with each other. Ilythia has her handmaiden "stimulate" her at one point. Mira is (repeatedly) sent to Spartacus to serve this purpose, and is implied to have unwillingly done so many times before, possible for most of the ludus. To his credit, he turns her down as she is there against her consent and they later become consenting lovers. Naevia is an interesting example as Lucretia protects her virginity, but only so that she will be worth more later.

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* ''Series/SpartacusBloodAndSand'': ''Series/SpartacusBloodAndSand'':
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Made by HBO and set in ancient Rome, most of the female slaves are this trope. Batiatus and Lucretia are fond of having slaves act as fluffers before they get down to business with each other. Ilythia has her handmaiden "stimulate" her at one point. Mira is (repeatedly) sent to Spartacus to serve this purpose, and is implied to have unwillingly done so many times before, possible for most of the ludus. To his credit, he turns her down as she is there against her consent and they later become consenting lovers. lovers.
** Lucretia makes a point of marking her personal attendant and preserving her virginity - to one day be promised as the mistress of another gladiator.
Naevia is an interesting example as Lucretia protects in this role when the series begins. In the prequel series, this was the case for her virginity, but only so that she will be worth more later.predecessor Melitta who is now the wife of Oenomaus.


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** The prequel series reveals that ''this'' was how the House of Batiatus gained favour in the first place. Various Roman officials heard about the beautiful slave girls and thus kept coming to the ludus to see them. Quintus and Lucretia hated the idea, but did it to get their gladiators spots in the games. It marks part of their StartOfDarkness.
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