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12th Feb '17 12:45:39 PM starlight9
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* Armida in the ''Literature/NightfallSeries'' is the BigBad's lover, and is just as evil as him, if not more so.
23rd Jan '17 12:54:02 AM Morgenthaler
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* ''LeftBehind'': When Hattie Durham is introduced to BigBad Carpathia, she's extremely enamored of him. She kind of sours on him when he has her put in a women's prison after she gets pregnant (with his child).

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* ''LeftBehind'': ''Literature/LeftBehind'': When Hattie Durham is introduced to BigBad Carpathia, she's extremely enamored of him. She kind of sours on him when he has her put in a women's prison after she gets pregnant (with his child).



* Reverend Steve Newlin becomes this to EvilOverlord Russell Edgington in Season 5 of ''TrueBlood''
* GenderFlipped on ''Series/{{Merlin}}'', in which Morgana was calling the shots, and Agravaine was her thoroughly whipped gofer.

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* Reverend Steve Newlin becomes this to EvilOverlord Russell Edgington in Season 5 of ''TrueBlood''
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* GenderFlipped on ''Series/{{Merlin}}'', ''Series/{{Merlin 2008}}'', in which Morgana was calling the shots, and Agravaine was her thoroughly whipped gofer.
30th Dec '16 11:28:39 AM nombretomado
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* Harley Quinn from ''Franchise/{{Batman}}'' is in an [[MadLove abusive relationship]] with the Joker. It's a connection she can never quite shake off even when Poison Ivy shows her she can be a supervillain without him, and Batman shows her she doesn't have to be a supervillain at all. In fact, it seems that every time Harley isn't Joker's Dark Mistress, [[LesYay she's Ivy's]]. In the {{DCAU}} it's only after [[spoiler:Joker dies]] that she's finally able to get out of it.

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* Harley Quinn from ''Franchise/{{Batman}}'' is in an [[MadLove abusive relationship]] with the Joker. It's a connection she can never quite shake off even when Poison Ivy shows her she can be a supervillain without him, and Batman shows her she doesn't have to be a supervillain at all. In fact, it seems that every time Harley isn't Joker's Dark Mistress, [[LesYay she's Ivy's]]. In the {{DCAU}} Franchise/DCAnimatedUniverse it's only after [[spoiler:Joker dies]] that she's finally able to get out of it.
13th Dec '16 8:11:19 PM Doug86
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* ''Franchise/FireEmblem''

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* ''Franchise/FireEmblem''''VideoGame/FireEmblem''
5th Oct '16 4:23:58 AM Morgenthaler
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* ''Film/FaustLoveOfTheDamned'': Good lord, where to begin with M's mistress Claire? She tries to seduce basically anyone in sight and is very clearly a sexual sadist (she proudly calls herself a whore), even torturing the female lead with [[ElectricTorture electroshocks]]. Or as [[WebVideo/DiamandaHagan one reviewer]] described her, "Slutula, Princess Of The Night".
3rd Sep '16 10:35:46 AM SchisselEL1
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** And Norman Osborn and Lily Hollister0

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** And Norman Osborn and Lily Hollister0Hollister.
21st Aug '16 10:22:47 AM nombretomado
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* In ''TheDreamer'', Betsy Loring is Gen. Howe's mistress.

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* In ''TheDreamer'', ''Webcomic/TheDreamer'', Betsy Loring is Gen. Howe's mistress.
28th May '16 11:35:06 PM bim
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* Irma in ''Literature/BulldogDrummond'' is probably this, although she doesn't seem to actually do anything except lounge about on the villain's sofa being glamorous.

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* Irma in ''Literature/BulldogDrummond'' is probably this, although she doesn't seem to actually do anything except lounge about on the villain's sofa being glamorous. Irma does more things in the later books, and in the fifth, TheFemaleOfTheSpecies, she becomes the Big Bad in her own right.
17th May '16 2:17:58 PM Willbyr
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* C.C. in ''CodeGeass'' is ''seen'' as this InUniverse. Her role is somewhat muddled by the fact that while she is directly behind Zero's actions, none of the Black Knights actually know what her real role is, and assume she's Zero's mistress. Zero doesn't care, but C.C. at least attempts to correct Tamaki about this, though he doesn't believe her. In reality, [[SubvertedTrope she doesn't really fit this trope]], having a definite character and ulterior motives beyond helping Lelouch.

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* C.C. in ''CodeGeass'' ''Anime/CodeGeass'' is ''seen'' as this InUniverse. Her role is somewhat muddled by the fact that while she is directly behind Zero's actions, none of the Black Knights actually know what her real role is, and assume she's Zero's mistress. Zero doesn't care, but C.C. at least attempts to correct Tamaki about this, though he doesn't believe her. In reality, [[SubvertedTrope she doesn't really fit this trope]], having a definite character and ulterior motives beyond helping Lelouch.
12th May '16 8:54:13 PM Ryulong
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* Doctor Girlfriend from ''WesternAnimation/TheVentureBrothers'' is a supervillain in her own right, but because she doesn't have any gimmick to theme herself around, she wear a ritzy Jackie Kennedy wardrobe and defines her acts of villainy in relation to her romantic partner, The Monarch. Toward the end of the first season, she dumps him for Phantom Limb, and we see how ineffectual The Monarch is without Doctor Girlfriend around as the voice of reason. Dr. Girlfriend doesn't fare much better either, as Phantom Limb reminds her of why she left him in the first place: Limb is a high-class bore who simply wishes to have her prance around his mansion in skimpy outfits, as opposed to the Monarch, who treasures her intelligence as well as her being "heat incarnate". With the Monarch, she's second-in-command; with Phantom Limb, she serves drinks to house guests.

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* Doctor Dr. Girlfriend from ''WesternAnimation/TheVentureBrothers'' is a supervillain in her own right, but because she doesn't have any gimmick to theme herself around, she wear wears a ritzy Jackie Kennedy wardrobe and defines her acts of villainy in relation to her romantic partner, The Monarch. Toward the end of the first season, she dumps him for Phantom Limb, and we see how ineffectual The Monarch is without Doctor Girlfriend her around as the voice of reason. Dr. Girlfriend doesn't fare much better either, as Phantom Limb reminds her of why she left him in the first place: Limb is a high-class bore who simply wishes to have her prance around his mansion in skimpy outfits, as opposed to the The Monarch, who treasures her intelligence as well as her being "heat incarnate". With the The Monarch, she's second-in-command; with Phantom Limb, she serves drinks to house guests.guests. Season 2 ends with her returning to The Monarch and marrying. This also raises her rank in the organization to be equally as villainous and her new name: Dr. Mrs. The Monarch.
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