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11th Sep '16 9:25:25 AM acrobox
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In short, PraetorianGuard recruited from an AmazonBrigade. See also ThePaidForHarem. NinjaMaid is a more specialized subtrope.

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In short, PraetorianGuard recruited from an AmazonBrigade. See also ThePaidForHarem. NinjaMaid is a more specialized subtrope.
subtrope. Compare BridgeBunnies when the women are the main force behind the scenes.
2nd Sep '16 9:24:26 AM erforce
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* ''[[VideoGame/DevilMayCry Devil May Cry 2]]'' features a boss fight in which [[DiabolicalMastermind Arius]] leaves the fight to have his ArtificialHuman female guards attack Dante. Supposedly these are stronger than Lucia, as she's a defect. She manages to defeat Arius herself at the end of the game.
* In ''VideoGame/TimeSplitters: Future Perfect'', the 1960's levels have you and Harry Tipper battle a James Bond villain whose elite guard are made up entirely of women, bluntly titled "The Booty Guard".

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* ''[[VideoGame/DevilMayCry Devil May Cry 2]]'' ''VideoGame/DevilMayCry2'' features a boss fight in which [[DiabolicalMastermind Arius]] leaves the fight to have his ArtificialHuman female guards attack Dante. Supposedly these are stronger than Lucia, as she's a defect. She manages to defeat Arius herself at the end of the game.
* In ''VideoGame/TimeSplitters: Future Perfect'', ''VideoGame/TimeSplittersFuturePerfect'', the 1960's levels have you and Harry Tipper battle a James Bond villain whose elite guard are made up entirely of women, bluntly titled "The Booty Guard".
11th Jul '16 8:29:26 PM Doug86
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* Juliet Butler from ''ArtemisFowl'' is somewhat of a subversion. Though she's been trained for most of her life as a bodyguard, it's because she's a Butler, and that's what they do. When Artemis keeps her around for missions, it's solely because she's well trained and already knows about TheMasquerade. While an excellent fighter, she's too impulsive to be a good bodyguard and in the later books starts a career in wrestling.

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* Juliet Butler from ''ArtemisFowl'' ''Literature/ArtemisFowl'' is somewhat of a subversion. Though she's been trained for most of her life as a bodyguard, it's because she's a Butler, and that's what they do. When Artemis keeps her around for missions, it's solely because she's well trained and already knows about TheMasquerade. While an excellent fighter, she's too impulsive to be a good bodyguard and in the later books starts a career in wrestling.
28th Jun '16 7:41:00 AM Dontfollowmeman
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* Tea and Vea in the second ''Franchise/TheWitcher'' novel ''Literature/SwordOfDestiny'' are this to the travelling nobleman Borch Three Jackdaws, who is later revealed to be [[spoiler: [[BodyguardingABadass a legendary golden dragon named Villentretenmerth.]]]]
7th Jun '16 1:54:21 AM Morgenthaler
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* In the ''SwordOfTruth'' series, the D'Haran Emperor's CombatSadomasochist elite bodyguard cadre, the Mord-Sith, who all wear [[AuthorAppeal skintight red leather, and wield what is essentially a magical riding crop]].

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* In the ''SwordOfTruth'' ''Literature/SwordOfTruth'' series, the D'Haran Emperor's CombatSadomasochist elite bodyguard cadre, the Mord-Sith, who all wear [[AuthorAppeal skintight red leather, and wield what is essentially a magical riding crop]].



* In the ''{{Sten}}'' Series, the eponymous protagonist acquires a Bhor bodyguard. The Bhor are enormous aliens who look rather like large blue-furred wookies and act like vikings, but the captain of the guard is Cind, human [[FriendlySniper sniper-hottie]] who also harbors a major BodyguardCrush.

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* In the ''{{Sten}}'' ''Literature/{{Sten}}'' Series, the eponymous protagonist acquires a Bhor bodyguard. The Bhor are enormous aliens who look rather like large blue-furred wookies and act like vikings, but the captain of the guard is Cind, human [[FriendlySniper sniper-hottie]] who also harbors a major BodyguardCrush.



* An equal opportunity example shows up in the ''MerryGentry'' series. The royals of the faerie court are guarded by a cadre of the opposite sex, who [[EveryoneHasLotsOfSex double as a harem]] until the royal person is married.

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* An equal opportunity example shows up in the ''MerryGentry'' ''Literature/MerryGentry'' series. The royals of the faerie court are guarded by a cadre of the opposite sex, who [[EveryoneHasLotsOfSex double as a harem]] until the royal person is married.
1st Jun '16 6:45:22 AM JamesAustin
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* After members of Bitch Slap got injured trying to prove themselves against male wrestlers on the roster like Wrestling/RonKillings, Wrestling/JimCornette (Spike TV and possible Fox Sports Net) declared it illegal for men to hit women in Wrestling/{{TNA}}. This lead to a lot of wrestlers taking up female body guards ([[LoopholeAbuse didn't say anything about women hitting men]]) such as Wrestling/BobbyRoode getting Traci Brooks and Payton Banks, whom Wrestling/JerryLynn and Eric Young were powerless against. It was mostly an {{inverted| trope}} though, with one woman "protecting" a group of guys. Wrestling/GailKim for America's [[Wrestling/JamesStorm Most Wanted]], Shelly Martinez for LAX, Christy Hemme for Rock 'n' Rave Infection, Sirelda for [[Wrestling/AJStyles Styles]]&[[Wrestling/ChristopherDaniels Daniels]], [[Wrestling/ChristinaVonEerie Toxxin]] for Inc Ink, ect.

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* After members of Bitch Slap got injured trying to prove themselves against male wrestlers on the roster like Wrestling/RonKillings, Wrestling/JimCornette (Spike TV and possible Fox Sports Net) declared it illegal for men to hit women in Wrestling/{{TNA}}. This lead to a lot of wrestlers taking up female body guards ([[LoopholeAbuse didn't say anything about women hitting men]]) such as Wrestling/BobbyRoode getting Traci Brooks and Payton Banks, whom Wrestling/JerryLynn and Eric Young were powerless against. It was mostly an {{inverted| trope}} though, with one woman "protecting" a group of guys. Wrestling/GailKim for America's [[Wrestling/JamesStorm Most Wanted]], Wanted (Wrestling/JamesStorm and Chris Harris), Shelly Martinez for LAX, Christy Hemme Wrestling/ChristyHemme for Rock 'n' Rave Infection, Sirelda for [[Wrestling/AJStyles Styles]]&[[Wrestling/ChristopherDaniels Daniels]], Wrestling/AJStyles and Wrestling/ChristopherDaniels, [[Wrestling/ChristinaVonEerie Toxxin]] for Inc Ink, ect.
5th May '16 2:45:02 PM TheOneWhoTropes
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* ''VisualNovel/UminekoNoNakuKoroNi'' brings not only Beatrice's sisters-in-furniture, ''The Seven Stakes of Purgatory'', there's also the bunny-girl quartet of [[spoiler:MARIA's]] ''The Siesta Corps''.

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* ''VisualNovel/UminekoNoNakuKoroNi'' ''VisualNovel/UminekoWhenTheyCry'' brings not only Beatrice's sisters-in-furniture, ''The Seven Stakes of Purgatory'', there's also the bunny-girl quartet of [[spoiler:MARIA's]] ''The Siesta Corps''.
5th Apr '16 10:52:56 AM Morgenthaler
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* Miho often acts as a bodyguard to Dwight in ''SinCity''.

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* Miho often acts as a bodyguard to Dwight in ''SinCity''.''ComicBook/SinCity''.
28th Feb '16 7:38:55 AM Gowan
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* In ''Film/{{Suffragette}}'' Emmeline Pankhurst is accompanied by a number of women whose purpose in being there is likely not just keeping her company, considering that she's on the run from the police. There's a short sequence where the protagonists learn Jiu Jitsu.



* Juliet Butler from ''ArtemisFowl'' is somewhat of a subversion. Though she's been trained for most of her life as a bodyguard, it's because she's a Butler, and that's what they do. When Artemis keeps her around for missions, it's solely because she's well trained and already knows about TheMasquerade.

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* Juliet Butler from ''ArtemisFowl'' is somewhat of a subversion. Though she's been trained for most of her life as a bodyguard, it's because she's a Butler, and that's what they do. When Artemis keeps her around for missions, it's solely because she's well trained and already knows about TheMasquerade. While an excellent fighter, she's too impulsive to be a good bodyguard and in the later books starts a career in wrestling.
* In ''Literature/AncillaryJustice'', the protagonist's language has no genus, and in the translation the femininum is used as default, resulting in ''all'' bodyguards being female, at least grammatically. Since the protagonist's culture also doesn't place much importance on biological sex as a means of discrimination, it can be assumed that about half of the bodyguards are, in fact, female.
13th Feb '16 9:10:04 AM comicwriter
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* The Mizunokouji family from ''Manga/UruseiYatsura'' has a team of beautiful female bodyguards.
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