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10th Feb '16 10:22:04 PM DuelMark
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* Averted in the most recent Batman series, ''WesternAnimation/BewareTheBaman'', with the title character's relationship with Magpie. He decided to visit her in prison to show her some sympathy she never received prior. Unfortunately, due to her already unstable mind, [[WrongGenreSavvy she mistakes his kindness with this trope]], becoming a {{Yandere}} StalkerWithACrush.
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* Averted in the most recent Batman series, ''WesternAnimation/BewareTheBaman'', ''WesternAnimation/BewareTheBatman'', with the title character's relationship with Magpie. He decided to visit her in prison to show her some sympathy she never received prior. Unfortunately, due to her already unstable mind, [[WrongGenreSavvy she mistakes his kindness with this trope]], becoming a {{Yandere}} StalkerWithACrush.
10th Feb '16 10:21:38 PM DuelMark
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* Averted in the most recent Batman series, ''WesternAnimation/BewareTheBaman'', with the title character's relationship with Magpie. He decided to visit her in prison to show her some sympathy she never received prior. Unfortunately, due to her already unstable mind, [[WrongGenreSavvy she mistakes his kindness with this trope]], becoming a {{Yandere}} StalkerWithACrush.
3rd Feb '16 10:00:34 AM Floria
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* Miike Snow's video for "Genghis Khan" is about a Bond villain-esque supervillain who falls in (eventually requited) love with his TuxedoAndMartini-style secret agent nemesis.
1st Feb '16 7:56:32 PM oofgnileud
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* The superhero Falchion in ''Webcomic/DoesNotPlayWellWithOthers'' is dating his arch-enemy, except that neither he or anyone else except for her and the readers know this, because while doing villainy she [[SamusIsAGirl disguises her gender]] by dressing in PoweredArmor and using a voice changer to make her sound like a man. Out of the suit, she has Falchion and everyone else tricked into thinking she's the MadScientistsBeautifulDaughter.
16th Jan '16 11:06:58 AM merotoker
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A sub-trope of OppositesAttract. Compare GoKartingWithBowser (when the relationship is platonic rather than romantic or sexual), LovesMyAlterEgo (for similar relationships between heroes and bystanders), and DefectingForLove (which happens when the Catwoman decides to go straight after all). Easily overlaps with VillainessesWantHeroes. May lead to TheMasqueradeWillKillYourDatingLife if the pairing is ultimately incompatible or too unstable. The one-sided version of this may be a VillainousCrush. See FoeRomanceSubtext for the less explicit version of this, and FatalAttraction when it's more dangerous. Compare FriendlyEnemies.
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A sub-trope of OppositesAttract. Compare GoKartingWithBowser (when the relationship is platonic rather than romantic or sexual), LovesMyAlterEgo (for similar relationships between heroes and bystanders), and DefectingForLove (which happens when the Catwoman decides to go straight after all). Easily overlaps with VillainessesWantHeroes. May lead to TheMasqueradeWillKillYourDatingLife if the pairing is ultimately incompatible or too unstable. The one-sided version of this may be a VillainousCrush. See FoeRomanceSubtext for the less explicit version of this, and FatalAttraction when it's more dangerous. Compare FriendlyEnemies. {{Friendly Enem|y}}ies.

** In the manga, Sheena didn't exist, so this incident happened between Matsumoto and Sasaki/Prince Hope instead. Sasaki [[spoiler:definitely embraces the 'kill him' option until the very end of the manga, when he tells Matsumoto he's changed his mind.]]
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** In the manga, Sheena didn't exist, so this incident happened between Matsumoto and Sasaki/Prince Hope instead. Sasaki [[spoiler:definitely embraces the 'kill him' option until the very end of the manga, when he tells Matsumoto he's changed his mind.]]mind]].

* There are hints that Hayato has some form of romantic attraction (or at least deep respect) for Keith Violet in ''Manga/ProjectARMS'', although it seems to be mostly one-sided. [[spoiler:Keith Green also falls for Katsumi, although again it's one-sided (she has no idea)]].
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* There are hints that Hayato has some form of romantic attraction (or at least deep respect) for Keith Violet in ''Manga/ProjectARMS'', although it seems to be mostly one-sided. [[spoiler:Keith Green also falls for Katsumi, although again it's one-sided (she has no idea)]].idea).]]

** By the end of the series, [[spoiler:the relationship between the Lizard Knight and the Princess becomes something akin to this when he decides that he won't let her destroy the world because he loves her. She's actually happy that he's trying to stop her.]]
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** By the end of the series, [[spoiler:the relationship between the Lizard Knight and the Princess becomes something akin to this when he decides that he won't let her destroy the world because he loves her. She's actually happy that he's trying to stop her.]]her]].

** Again in ''Codename: Sailor V'', the BigBad (and subordinate of Beryl's [[TheDragon Dragon]] Kunzite) Danburite is revealed to be [[spoiler: her actual first great love Kaitou Ace [[ReincarnationRomance who was in love with her since their previous lives]] and apparently joined the villains ''[[ThanatosGambit just to get killed by her so she would become strong enough to keep going on]]''.]]
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** Again in ''Codename: Sailor V'', the BigBad (and subordinate of Beryl's [[TheDragon Dragon]] Kunzite) Danburite is revealed to be [[spoiler: her actual first great love Kaitou Ace [[ReincarnationRomance who was in love with her since their previous lives]] and apparently joined the villains ''[[ThanatosGambit just to get killed by her so she would become strong enough to keep going on]]''.]]on]]'']].

* ComicBook/SpiderMan and the Comicbook/BlackCat. Though the relationship took second place to Mary Jane, who Spidey eventually married. And things between them soured ''badly'' during the Comicbook/SuperiorSpiderMan's run-in with the Cat (who, like everyone, didn't know that Doc Ock had taken over Spidey's body): he beat her up and left her to the police without so much as a "hello". Not only was she arrested, but everything she's pilfered over the years was confiscated. This caused her to snap and perform a full-on FaceHeelTurn.
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* ComicBook/SpiderMan Franchise/SpiderMan and the Comicbook/BlackCat. Though the relationship took second place to Mary Jane, who Spidey eventually married. And things between them soured ''badly'' during the Comicbook/SuperiorSpiderMan's run-in with the Cat (who, like everyone, didn't know that Doc Ock had taken over Spidey's body): he beat her up and left her to the police without so much as a "hello". Not only was she arrested, but everything she's pilfered over the years was confiscated. This caused her to snap and perform a full-on FaceHeelTurn.

* {{Creator/DC|Comics}}'s Roy Harper (a.k.a. Speedy/Arsenal/Red Arrow/whatever they're calling him this week) was sent in to seduce batshit insane assassin Cheshire to get enough evidence to take her in. However, they fell in love with each other and Roy realized he wouldn't be able to do it and walked out... not knowing Cheshire was pregnant. Cheshire herself didn't find out who Roy was until it was all said and done, and then arranged for Roy to get permanent custody of Lian. Cheshire is also the victim of emotional blackmail because Mockingbird put her on the Secret Six by threatening Lian with an explosive device he supposedly implanted.
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* {{Creator/DC|Comics}}'s Roy Harper (a.([[IHaveManyNames a.k.a. Speedy/Arsenal/Red Arrow/whatever they're calling him this week) week]]) was sent in to seduce batshit insane assassin Cheshire to get enough evidence to take her in. However, they fell in love with each other and Roy realized he wouldn't be able to do it and walked out... not knowing Cheshire was pregnant. Cheshire herself didn't find out who Roy was until it was all said and done, and then arranged for Roy to get permanent custody of Lian. Cheshire is also the victim of emotional blackmail because Mockingbird put her on the Secret Six by threatening Lian with an explosive device he supposedly implanted.

* Comicbook/{{Witchblade}} bearer and cop Sara Pezzini and Darkness bearer and Mafioso Jackie Estacado are rivals in their professional and supernatural lives, but as of ''First Born'' they [[spoiler:have a daughter, Hope, together.]]
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* Comicbook/{{Witchblade}} bearer and cop Sara Pezzini and Darkness bearer and Mafioso Jackie Estacado are rivals in their professional and supernatural lives, but as of ''First Born'' they [[spoiler:have a daughter, Hope, together.]]together]].

* PlayedWith regarding the titular Fox from ''ComicBook/TheFoxHunt'' and [[EvilSorceress Dream Demon]]. They ''used'' to date each other back when they were both innocent kids, but have only just met again recently, well into their adult lives, with The Fox being married with children by this point, the youngest being in his teens.
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* PlayedWith [[PlayingWithATrope Played with]] regarding the titular Fox from ''ComicBook/TheFoxHunt'' and [[EvilSorceress Dream Demon]]. They ''used'' to date each other back when they were both innocent kids, but have only just met again recently, well into their adult lives, with The Fox being married with children by this point, the youngest being in his teens.

* ComicBook/AntMan ended up having this kind of relationship with Beetle. He didn't take this development well because when he first became a superhero Captain America expressly warned him to avoid this trope.
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* ComicBook/AntMan [[http://l7world.com/2015/08/ant-man-goes-out-with-a-bang-ant-man-last-days.html ended up having this kind of relationship with Beetle.Beetle]]. He didn't take this development well because when he first became a superhero Captain America expressly warned him to avoid this trope.

* ''Fanfic/BatmanBeyondRevisited'': Jake’s relationship with Inque became this for a short while, before she [[spoiler:joined the team.]]
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* ''Fanfic/BatmanBeyondRevisited'': Jake’s relationship with Inque became this for a short while, before she [[spoiler:joined the team.]]team]].

* Warren Peace, an AntiHero type character in ''Film/SkyHigh'' is a product of such a pairing.
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* Warren Peace, an AntiHero type character in ''Film/SkyHigh'' ''Film/{{Sky High|2005}}'' is a product of such a pairing.

** The later Wraith Squadron books have another one between Myn Donos, the Wraiths' sniper who lost his whole squadron in an Imperial ambush, and Lara Notsil, [[spoiler:really Gara Petothel, an Imperial spy who planted the information attracting them to the ambush. After flying with the Wraiths in disguise for a while she ends up BecomingTheMask and falling in love with him. She's forced to fake her death, but ''Mercy Kill'' reveals they eventually found each other and are HappilyMarried with children.]]
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** The later Wraith Squadron books have another one between Myn Donos, the Wraiths' sniper who lost his whole squadron in an Imperial ambush, and Lara Notsil, [[spoiler:really Gara Petothel, an Imperial spy who planted the information attracting them to the ambush. After flying with the Wraiths in disguise for a while she ends up BecomingTheMask and falling in love with him. She's forced to fake her death, but ''Mercy Kill'' reveals they eventually found each other and are HappilyMarried with children.]]children]].

* ''Literature/InheritanceCycle'': [[spoiler: Nasuada and Murtagh. Their attraction sparks when Murtagh is a prisoner of her father, which blossoms into serious feelings when she's captured by his master Galbotorix.]] * In Creator/AynRand's ''Literature/TheFountainhead'' the "hatred" between critic Dominique Francon and architect Howard Roark becomes proverbial, and newspaper commentators compare it to "A Medieval vendetta." She writes articles condemning his buildings and uses all her charm to dissuade people from giving him a job. Nobody knows (though they live in New York City and are both much in the public eye) that they spend their nights together. In bed she tells him what she had done that day to destroy his career, and he laughs - knowing this is her way of showing that she really loves him. The two thoroughly enjoy acting like arch enemies in public by day and being secret lovers by night. * In Rand's ''Literature/AtlasShrugged'' the protagonist Dagny Taggart spends half the book searching for a man she calls "The Destroyer" and "The Most Dangerous Man Who Ever Lived", vowing to save the world from him. When she finally finds him (the famous John Galt), she falls in love with him at first sight, but still tries all she can to thwart him for another quarter of the book. (Rand's posthumously published Journals include a planned scene where she actually hands him over to the police and then bursts out crying when he is taken away; in the actual book, she only pretends to do it in order to save his life).
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* ''Literature/InheritanceCycle'': [[spoiler: Nasuada and Murtagh. Their attraction sparks when Murtagh is a prisoner of her father, which blossoms into serious feelings when she's captured by his master Galbotorix.]] Galbotorix]]. * Creator/AynRand's ** In Creator/AynRand's ''Literature/TheFountainhead'' the "hatred" between critic Dominique Francon and architect Howard Roark becomes proverbial, and newspaper commentators compare it to "A Medieval vendetta." She writes articles condemning his buildings and uses all her charm to dissuade people from giving him a job. Nobody knows (though they live in New York City and are both much in the public eye) that they spend their nights together. In bed she tells him what she had done that day to destroy his career, and he laughs - knowing this is her way of showing that she really loves him. The two thoroughly enjoy acting like arch enemies in public by day and being secret lovers by night. * ** In Rand's ''Literature/AtlasShrugged'' the protagonist Dagny Taggart spends half the book searching for a man she calls "The Destroyer" and "The Most Dangerous Man Who Ever Lived", vowing to save the world from him. When she finally finds him (the famous John Galt), she falls in love with him at first sight, but still tries all she can to thwart him for another quarter of the book. (Rand's posthumously published Journals include a planned scene where she actually hands him over to the police and then bursts out crying when he is taken away; in the actual book, she only pretends to do it in order to save his life).

* Creator/CLMoore's ''Literature/JirelOfJoiry is a feudal warrior maiden. In the story "Black God's Kiss" Guillaume the Conqueror besieges and captures Jirel's castle after a prolonged fight, kills her retainers and captures Joiry herself. He tries to force a kiss upon her whereupon she sinks her teeth into his neck, barely missing the jugular, and later she escapes from the dungeon where she was held. Determined to find at all costs a way of destroying Guillaume, Jirel enters a dark underground world, braving countless dangers, monsters and perilous black magic. By kissing the statue of a sinister black god she gains the power of giving Guillaume a KissOfDeath, returns to the castle, kisses Guillaume and has the satisfaction of seeing him immediately die in great agony. Only when seeing him dead does she realize that she had been passionately in love with Guillaume all along and that now he is dead "the light had gone out of her world" - and she bursts out bitterly crying for the beloved enemy she had killed.
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* Creator/CLMoore's ''Literature/JirelOfJoiry Literature/JirelOfJoiry is a feudal warrior maiden. In the story "Black God's Kiss" Guillaume the Conqueror besieges and captures Jirel's castle after a prolonged fight, kills her retainers and captures Joiry herself. He tries to force a kiss upon her whereupon she sinks her teeth into his neck, barely missing the jugular, and later she escapes from the dungeon where she was held. Determined to find at all costs a way of destroying Guillaume, Jirel enters a dark underground world, braving countless dangers, monsters and perilous black magic. By kissing the statue of a sinister black god she gains the power of giving Guillaume a KissOfDeath, returns to the castle, kisses Guillaume and has the satisfaction of seeing him immediately die in great agony. Only when seeing him dead does she realize that she had been passionately in love with Guillaume all along and that now he is dead "the light had gone out of her world" - and she bursts out bitterly crying for the beloved enemy she had killed.

* {{Parodied}} in ''Literature/TheRulesOfSupervillainy'' where Gary Karkofsky is unwittingly the ex-lover of Ultragoddess (an EXPY for Supergirl). [[spoiler: His wife becoming a superhero also puts him as the Catwoman in their relationship.]]
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* {{Parodied}} {{Parodied|Trope}} in ''Literature/TheRulesOfSupervillainy'' where Gary Karkofsky is unwittingly the ex-lover of Ultragoddess (an EXPY for Supergirl). [[spoiler: His wife becoming a superhero also puts him as the Catwoman in their relationship.]]

* ''DarkAngel'' has Max and Logan meet after she steals his priceless Egyptian cat statue. He's the rich-hero-by-night ("eyes only") and she ends up helping him solve crime.
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* ''DarkAngel'' ''Series/DarkAngel'' has Max and Logan meet after she steals his priceless Egyptian cat statue. He's the rich-hero-by-night ("eyes only") and she ends up helping him solve crime.

* Jack and Nina from ''Series/TwentyFour''. Though all tension is gone from Jack's end and replaced with genuine hatred once [[spoiler: Nina kills his wife.]]
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* Jack and Nina from ''Series/TwentyFour''. Though all tension is gone from Jack's end and replaced with genuine hatred once [[spoiler: Nina kills his wife.]]]].

* CJ and Danny from ''Series/TheWestWing'' are a mild version of this: she is the White House press secretary, he is the chief White House correspondent from the ''Washington Post''. Her loyalty is completely with the president and protecting him from his political enemies, and he refuses to neglect his duty to report accurately and to inform the public of as much as he can find out, two sets of interests which of course come into conflict quite frequently. They mainly have an up-and-down cycle of trying to date, pissing each other off, giving each other the cold shoulder, trying to date again, breaking up because of ethics worries, being unable to resist each other, deceiving each other again and fighting over it, ad infinitum. ** A rare happy ending is implied for this couple, as CJ quits politics despite an offer from incoming president Santos, to go run a much-less-controversial charity initiative.
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* CJ and Danny from ''Series/TheWestWing'' are a mild version of this: she is the White House press secretary, he is the chief White House correspondent from the ''Washington Post''. Her loyalty is completely with the president and protecting him from his political enemies, and he refuses to neglect his duty to report accurately and to inform the public of as much as he can find out, two sets of interests which of course come into conflict quite frequently. They mainly have an up-and-down cycle of trying to date, pissing each other off, giving each other the cold shoulder, trying to date again, breaking up because of ethics worries, being unable to resist each other, deceiving each other again and fighting over it, ad infinitum. ** infinitum. A rare happy ending is implied for this couple, as CJ quits politics despite an offer from incoming president Santos, to go run a much-less-controversial charity initiative.

* ''Series/PartyAnimals'': Ashika, a Tory MP candidate, and Scott, a lobbyist turned campaign manager for her Labour opponent. After a lot of UST, they do fall in love and sleep together [[spoiler: but at the end of the series she's convinced, wrongly but with good reason, that he's leaked the photos that cost her the seat.]]
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* ''Series/PartyAnimals'': Ashika, a Tory MP candidate, and Scott, a lobbyist turned campaign manager for her Labour opponent. After a lot of UST, they do fall in love and sleep together [[spoiler: but at the end of the series she's convinced, wrongly but with good reason, that he's leaked the photos that cost her the seat.]]seat]].

* [[EvilSorcerer Om]][[SmugSnake en]] of ''DarkOracle'', a recurring antagonist, nursed a fairly serious crush on Cally, one of the protagonists, throughout its run. Whether he was just using her initially is up in the air, although by the end he cared enough to [[spoiler: [[TakingTheBullet take a bullet]] for her]].
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* [[EvilSorcerer Om]][[SmugSnake en]] of ''DarkOracle'', ''Series/DarkOracle'', a recurring antagonist, nursed a fairly serious crush on Cally, one of the protagonists, throughout its run. Whether he was just using her initially is up in the air, although by the end he cared enough to [[spoiler: [[TakingTheBullet take a bullet]] for her]].

* Gary and Anna ''Series/{{Alphas}}'', though neither of them have any real contempt for each other, and are more close friends than anything else.
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* ''Series/{{Alphas}}'': Gary and Anna ''Series/{{Alphas}}'', Anna, though neither of them have any real contempt for each other, and are more close friends than anything else.

* In Series/{{Power}}, Angela Valdes is a federal prosecutor assigned to a taskforce to bring down a major cartel boss by catching and flipping his mysterious and anonymous New York distributor. Meanwhile, she's having an affair with her highschool sweetheart, James St. Patrick, who, unbeknownst to her, is the very distributor she's chasing.
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* In Series/{{Power}}, ''Series/{{Power}}'', Angela Valdes is a federal prosecutor assigned to a taskforce to bring down a major cartel boss by catching and flipping his mysterious and anonymous New York distributor. Meanwhile, she's having an affair with her highschool sweetheart, James St. Patrick, who, unbeknownst to her, is the very distributor she's chasing.

* PlayedForLaughs in the radio comedy ''RevoltingPeople'' which is set in Baltimore, Maryland in the years immediately before the [[UsefulNotes/TheAmericanRevolution American Revolution]]. One of the main subplots is a romance between the leader of the local [[LaResistance revolutionary cell]] Mary, and Captain Brimshaw, the commander of the British soldiers stationed in town. However, since Baltimore is far removed from the actual revolution, Mary's revolutionary activities are basically just public annoyances, and Brimshaw is a [[UpperClassTwit slightly dim]] [[SoldiersAtTheRear REMF]] who acts more like a barely-competent police chief than an occupier.
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* PlayedForLaughs in the radio comedy ''RevoltingPeople'' ''Radio/RevoltingPeople'' which is set in Baltimore, Maryland in the years immediately before the [[UsefulNotes/TheAmericanRevolution American Revolution]]. One of the main subplots is a romance between the leader of the local [[LaResistance revolutionary cell]] Mary, and Captain Brimshaw, the commander of the British soldiers stationed in town. However, since Baltimore is far removed from the actual revolution, Mary's revolutionary activities are basically just public annoyances, and Brimshaw is a [[UpperClassTwit slightly dim]] [[SoldiersAtTheRear REMF]] who acts more like a barely-competent police chief than an occupier.

* The Trope Namers Batman & Catwoman are at it again in VideoGame/BatmanArkhamCity, providing the trope image. There wasn't quite as much flirting in their first meeting in ''VideoGame/BatmanArkhamOriginsBlackgate'', but you can tell where it got its start. By ''VideoGame/BatmanArkhamKnight'', [[spoiler:Batman decides it wouldn't work out, due to his decision to give up being Batman. He does sound genuinely heartbroken over it]].
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* The Trope Namers Batman & Catwoman are at it again in VideoGame/BatmanArkhamCity, ''VideoGame/BatmanArkhamCity'', providing the trope image. There wasn't quite as much flirting in their first meeting in ''VideoGame/BatmanArkhamOriginsBlackgate'', but you can tell where it got its start. By ''VideoGame/BatmanArkhamKnight'', [[spoiler:Batman decides it wouldn't work out, due to his decision to give up being Batman. He does sound genuinely heartbroken over it]].

* [[spoiler:Kohaku]] in ''VisualNovel/{{Tsukihime}}'' during her route. During the same route, there was a little with Akiha as well, but Shiki [[LikeBrotherAndSister decided that their relationship]] [[NotBloodSiblings didn't depend on blood]]. But for the main thing, it's the only way that [[spoiler:Kohaku]] actually gets to have a happy ending. In the rest, she either continues bottling up her emotions (canon personality) [[spoiler:dies or loses her memory, perhaps intentionally.]] * ''VisualNovel/UminekoWhenTheyCry'' has Battler and Beatrice, whose romantic undertones are there, but not quite strong or obvious. However, in the end, it turns out that [[spoiler: not only are they romantically involved (in a way), but the romance between them is basically the cause of ''everything'' that happens in the series.]] Possibly subverted, since Beatrice is [[spoiler: not actually the real antagonist, but a faux one (although Battler believed she was the real antagonist for most of the series)]]
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* [[spoiler:Kohaku]] in ''VisualNovel/{{Tsukihime}}'' during her route. During the same route, there was a little with Akiha as well, but Shiki [[LikeBrotherAndSister decided that their relationship]] [[NotBloodSiblings didn't depend on blood]]. But for the main thing, it's the only way that [[spoiler:Kohaku]] actually gets to have a happy ending. In the rest, she either continues bottling up her emotions (canon personality) [[spoiler:dies or loses her memory, perhaps intentionally.]] intentionally]]. * ''VisualNovel/UminekoWhenTheyCry'' has Battler and Beatrice, whose romantic undertones are there, but not quite strong or obvious. However, in the end, it turns out that [[spoiler: not only are they romantically involved (in a way), but the romance between them is basically the cause of ''everything'' that happens in the series.]] series]]. Possibly subverted, since Beatrice is [[spoiler: not actually the real antagonist, but a faux one (although Battler believed she was the real antagonist for most of the series)]]series)]].

::For double points, they had this relationship in the sequel series as well. but in reverse: Silverbolt's spark was in one of their foes and Blackarachnia was determined to convert him as he had converted her. To bring Blackarachnia into ''WesternAnimation/TransformersAnimated'', she became Optimus Prime's Catwoman. That is, once she gets over [[NoOneGetsLeftBehind getting left behind]].
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::For double points, they had this relationship in the sequel series as well. well but in reverse: reverse; Silverbolt's spark was in one of their foes and Blackarachnia was determined to convert him as he had converted her. To bring Blackarachnia into ''WesternAnimation/TransformersAnimated'', she became Optimus Prime's Catwoman. That is, once she gets over [[NoOneGetsLeftBehind getting left behind]].

* ''WesternAnimation/WolverineAndTheXMen'' does this with Nightcrawler and the ComicBook/ScarletWitch. However the relationship between them is difficult to define. Kurt cares about her and tries to steer her on the right path, yet never openly admits he cares about her as anything more then a friend. Wanda herself does love Kurt and it's admitted as such, but its hard trying to date an X-Man when your father's ideology directly opposes theirs. Wanda throughout the first season struggles between the loyalty to her father and her crush on Kurt; [[spoiler: in the end Nightcrawler's charm finally seeps through and she rejects her father partly because of Kurt's influence, mostly because he was willing to sacrifice other mutants to achieve his ultimate goal.]] (Before anyone thinks this is completely out of the blue, there ''is''' actually an AlternateUniverse in the Marvel Multiverse where Kurt and Wanda did get together and they have a girl named Nocturne.)
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* ''WesternAnimation/WolverineAndTheXMen'' does this with Nightcrawler and the ComicBook/ScarletWitch. However the relationship between them is difficult to define. Kurt cares about her and tries to steer her on the right path, yet never openly admits he cares about her as anything more then a friend. Wanda herself does love Kurt and it's admitted as such, but its hard trying to date an X-Man when your father's ideology directly opposes theirs. Wanda throughout the first season struggles between the loyalty to her father and her crush on Kurt; [[spoiler: in the end Nightcrawler's charm finally seeps through and she rejects her father partly because of Kurt's influence, mostly because he was willing to sacrifice other mutants to achieve his ultimate goal.]] goal]]. (Before anyone thinks this is completely out of the blue, there ''is''' actually an AlternateUniverse in the Marvel Multiverse where Kurt and Wanda did get together and they have a girl named Nocturne.)

* In ''WesternAnimation/KungFuPandaLegendsOfAwesomeness'' One episode, Shifu's old flame Mei Ling comes to visit whom he dumped in their youth because she was a conniving thief. She tries to get back together but he refuses. [[spoiler: Finally when he does start to feel for her she uses a mystical stone to swap bodies so disguised as Shifu she would trick Po and the Furious Five into robbing a vault for her. In the end after everything is back to normal, Shifu sends her to prison. Which she escapes before arriving and runs off somewhere]]. The ending implies Shifu still having feelings towards for her.
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* ''WesternAnimation/KungFuPandaLegendsOfAwesomeness'' ** In ''WesternAnimation/KungFuPandaLegendsOfAwesomeness'' One one episode, Shifu's old flame Mei Ling comes to visit whom he dumped in their youth because she was a conniving thief. She tries to get back together but he refuses. [[spoiler: Finally when he does start to feel for her she uses a mystical stone to swap bodies so disguised as Shifu she would trick Po and the Furious Five into robbing a vault for her. In the end after everything is back to normal, Shifu sends her to prison. Which she escapes before arriving and runs off somewhere]]. somewhere.]] The ending implies Shifu still having feelings towards for her.

14th Jan '16 11:22:56 PM Pichu-kun
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* In ''WesternAnimation/{{Jem}}'' Kimber is dating the TokenGoodTeammate of The Misfits, Stormer. Stormer isn't bad or anything however her band is constantly butting heads with Kimber's band.
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* In ''WesternAnimation/{{Jem}}'' ''ComicBook/JemAndTheHolograms'' Kimber is dating the TokenGoodTeammate of The Misfits, Stormer. Stormer isn't bad or anything however her band is constantly butting heads with Kimber's band.
14th Jan '16 7:20:46 AM GothicProphet
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* Eventually happens between Harry and Voldemort/Tom in ''FanFic/ASnakeNamedVoldemort'', but only after Voldemort pulls a bit of a HeelFaceTurn.
7th Jan '16 3:01:53 PM AussieEvil
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* ''Webcomic/HeroesOfInkopolis'': Arnick, the straight-laced Inkling admirer of the Squidbeak Splatoon, and Tetrox, the devious Octoling. The fact that they live together in the same apartment along with being on the same team doesn't help either.

* ''Webcomic/HeroesOfInkopolis'': Arnick, the straight-laced Inkling admirer of the Squidbeak Splatoon, and Tetrox, the devious Octoling. The fact that they live together in the same apartment along with being on the same team doesn't help either.
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* ''Webcomic/HeroesOfInkopolis'': Arnick, the straight-laced Inkling admirer of the Squidbeak Splatoon, and Tetrox, the devious Octoling. The fact that they live together in the same apartment along with being on the same team doesn't help either.
7th Jan '16 3:01:30 PM AussieEvil
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* ''Webcomic/HeroesOfInkopolis'': Arnick, the straight-laced Inkling admirer of the Squidbeak Splatoon, and Tetrox, the devious Octoling. The fact that they live together in the same apartment along with being on the same team doesn't help either.
7th Jan '16 2:44:51 AM erforce
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* Film/SherlockHolmes and Irene Adler definitely have an air of [[UnresolvedSexualTension UST]] and Irene kissed him at one point (though he was drugged). Most Holmes adaptations follow this portrayal, although the original Irene Adler of "A Scandal In Bohemia" was technically not a criminal. In the second film, they kiss again and arrange a dinner date. Holmes is later shown to be [[spoiler:quite despondent over [[StuffedIntoTheFridge her death at the hands of Moriarty]], and adds revenge to his motives for going after him]].
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* Film/SherlockHolmes and Irene Adler definitely have an air of [[UnresolvedSexualTension UST]] and Irene kissed him at one point (though he was drugged). Most Holmes adaptations follow this portrayal, although the original Irene Adler of "A Scandal In Bohemia" was technically not a criminal. In the [[Film/SherlockHolmesAGameOfShadows second film, film]], they kiss again and arrange a dinner date. Holmes is later shown to be [[spoiler:quite despondent over [[StuffedIntoTheFridge her death at the hands of Moriarty]], and adds revenge to his motives for going after him]].
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