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24th Mar '17 8:01:50 PM creader
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* Arkhalla, Queen of Vampires, who is the reigning monarch of Ur, is usually barefoot, and also often partly or mostly naked. There are so many close ups of her bare feet that a strong foot fetish on the part of the artist cannot be ruled out.



* Arkhalla, Queen of Vampires, who is the reigning monarch of Ur, is usually barefoot, and also often partly or mostly naked. There are so many close ups of her bare feet that a strong foot fetish on the part of the artist cannot be ruled out.

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* Arkhalla, Queen of Vampires, who is the reigning monarch of Ur, is usually barefoot, and also often partly or mostly naked. There are so many close ups of her bare feet that a strong foot fetish on the part of the artist cannot be ruled out.
24th Mar '17 8:18:14 AM JihadiColin
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*Arkhalla, Queen of Vampires, who is the reigning monarch of Ur, is usually barefoot, and also often partly or mostly naked. There are so many close ups of her bare feet that a strong foot fetish on the part of the artist cannot be ruled out.
22nd Mar '17 6:19:51 PM ShadowHog
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* ''Film/{{The Avengers|2012}}'' and ''Film/IronMan3'': After Pepper Potts starts a relationship with Tony, she's often seen being barefoot once they start living together. Along with her more casual clothes, it's a sign of how they're able to relax around each other. (The practical reason for this is that Creator/GwynethPaltrow is several inches taller than Creator/RobertDowneyJr and the filmmakers will take what they can get to keep them in frame together), spoiler warning: (there is also another practical reason for losing the high heels she wore in the first Iron man is because in Iron Man 3 Tony puts the mark 42 Iron man armor on pepper potts and she could not have worn the boots of the mark 42 Iron man armor over the high heels as the high heels would have been in the way. )

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* ''Film/{{The Avengers|2012}}'' and ''Film/IronMan3'': After Pepper Potts starts a relationship with Tony, she's often seen being barefoot once they start living together. Along with her more casual clothes, it's a sign of how they're able to relax around each other. (The practical reason for this is that Creator/GwynethPaltrow is several inches taller than Creator/RobertDowneyJr and the filmmakers will take what they can get to keep them in frame together), spoiler warning: (there is together. [[spoiler:It also another practical reason for losing the prevents her high heels she wore from getting in the first Iron man is because in Iron Man 3 Tony puts way when she wears the mark Mark 42 Iron man armor on pepper potts and she could not have worn the boots of the mark 42 Iron man armor over the high heels as the high heels would have been in the way. )''Iron Man 3''.]])
22nd Mar '17 5:08:53 AM kylereese
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* ''Film/{{The Avengers|2012}}'' and ''Film/IronMan3'': After Pepper Potts starts a relationship with Tony, she's often seen being barefoot once they start living together. Along with her more casual clothes, it's a sign of how they're able to relax around each other. (The practical reason for this is that Creator/GwynethPaltrow is several inches taller than Creator/RobertDowneyJr and the filmmakers will take what they can get to keep them in frame together)

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* ''Film/{{The Avengers|2012}}'' and ''Film/IronMan3'': After Pepper Potts starts a relationship with Tony, she's often seen being barefoot once they start living together. Along with her more casual clothes, it's a sign of how they're able to relax around each other. (The practical reason for this is that Creator/GwynethPaltrow is several inches taller than Creator/RobertDowneyJr and the filmmakers will take what they can get to keep them in frame together)together), spoiler warning: (there is also another practical reason for losing the high heels she wore in the first Iron man is because in Iron Man 3 Tony puts the mark 42 Iron man armor on pepper potts and she could not have worn the boots of the mark 42 Iron man armor over the high heels as the high heels would have been in the way. )
20th Mar '17 9:32:41 PM JStryker47
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** Erza Scarlet goes barefoot on several occasions, particularly when she requips into her clear heart clothing. In one battle, while deflecting her opponent's attacks with a pair of swords, Erza requips her boots away and summons two additional swords; that she grips with her toes, to make the task easier before kicking those swords into her opponent's sleeves and pinning her to a wall.

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** Erza Scarlet goes barefoot on several occasions, particularly when she requips into her clear heart clothing. In one There are even some moments during battle, while deflecting her opponent's attacks with a pair of swords, Erza requips when she'll requip her boots away off and summons two additional swords; that she grips grip her weapons with her toes, to make the task easier before kicking those swords into her opponent's sleeves and pinning her to a wall. toes.
13th Mar '17 5:08:56 AM ShadowHog
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* EarthyBarefootCharacter: To show that they are [[EarthyBarefootCharacter connected to the soil]] in some way. This may overlap with MagicalBarefooter if they have [[DishingOutDirt elemental]] or [[FertileFeet nature-linked]] powers that are weakened or neutralised if they don't have skin contact with the ground, but it's frequently just a metaphor. The NatureHero, BarbarianHero, NobleSavage, HotGypsyWoman, and JunglePrincess are often barefoot.


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* EarthyBarefootCharacter: To show that they are connected to the soil in some way. This may overlap with the previous bullet if they have [[DishingOutDirt elemental]] or [[FertileFeet nature-linked]] powers that are weakened or neutralised if they don't have skin contact with the ground, but it's frequently just a metaphor. The NatureHero, BarbarianHero, NobleSavage, HotGypsyWoman, and JunglePrincess are often barefoot.
12th Mar '17 9:56:39 AM LondonKdS
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One reason can be to show that they are [[EarthyBarefootCharacter connected to the soil]] in some way. Extreme cases may have [[DishingOutDirt elemental]] or [[FertileFeet nature-linked]] powers that are weakened or neutralised if they don't have skin contact with the ground, but it's frequently just a metaphor. The NatureHero, BarbarianHero, NobleSavage, HotGypsyWoman, and JunglePrincess are often barefoot.

This is also sometimes a sign of youthful innocence, and many of the characters who demonstrate this trope are either children or childlike. It can also be [[BarefootLoon a sign of eccentricity or absentmindedness]]; {{Bunny Ears Lawyer}}s and {{Cloudcuckoolander}}s may go barefoot in public because they are either flouting societal conventions or are simply oblivious to them. Enlightened sages and [[EccentricMentor eccentric mentors]] [[BarefootSage may also be depicted this way]], for the reason that they know and see more than everyone else does, and are just too wise to care about said social conventions. It may also be used to signify that the character is "not entirely human", for instance, [[MagicalBarefooter a magical being]] and/or [[UndeadBarefooter an undead being]].

Sometimes they simply can't afford shoes - see BarefootPoverty. If they grew up poor they may simply not feel the need even if their station in society has risen. It is also possible that the character grew up in a society where shoes are simply not a part of the normal dress attire.

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One There are some reasons that are common enough to be specific subtropes:

* BarefootLoon: As a sign of eccentricity or absent-mindedness. {{Bunny Ears Lawyer}}s and {{Cloudcuckoolander}}s may go barefoot in public because they are either flouting societal conventions or are simply oblivious to them.
* BarefootPoverty: Because they simpler can't afford footwear. If they go up in the world they may still avoid wearing shoes because they find them uncomfortable or to show that they haven't lost touch with their roots.
* BarefootSage: Enlightened sages and [[EccentricMentor eccentric mentors]], for the
reason can that they know and see more than everyone else does, and are just too wise to care about said social conventions. This may also be to a form of religious asceticism.
* EarthyBarefootCharacter: To
show that they are [[EarthyBarefootCharacter connected to the soil]] in some way. Extreme cases This may overlap with MagicalBarefooter if they have [[DishingOutDirt elemental]] or [[FertileFeet nature-linked]] powers that are weakened or neutralised if they don't have skin contact with the ground, but it's frequently just a metaphor. The NatureHero, BarbarianHero, NobleSavage, HotGypsyWoman, and JunglePrincess are often barefoot.

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* MagicalBarefooter: Characters with magical powers sometimes go barefoot - this may be because they need contact with the soil for their powers, because they are invulnerable to injury or soiling, to demonstrate their lack of interest in social conventions, or to demonstrate their "higher being" status.
* UndeadBarefooter: Undead characters may go barefoot, again either to dramatise their inhumanity or because they just don't care.

This is also sometimes a sign of youthful innocence, and many of the characters who demonstrate this trope are either children or childlike. It can also be [[BarefootLoon a sign of eccentricity or absentmindedness]]; {{Bunny Ears Lawyer}}s and {{Cloudcuckoolander}}s may go barefoot in public because they are either flouting societal conventions or are simply oblivious to them. Enlightened sages and [[EccentricMentor eccentric mentors]] [[BarefootSage may also be depicted this way]], for the reason that they know and see more than everyone else does, and are just too wise to care about said social conventions. It may also be used to signify that the character is "not entirely human", for instance, [[MagicalBarefooter a magical being]] and/or [[UndeadBarefooter an undead being]].\n\nSometimes they simply can't afford shoes - see BarefootPoverty. If they grew up poor they may simply not feel the need even if their station in society has risen. It is also possible that the character grew up in a society where shoes are simply not a part of the normal dress attire.\n
7th Mar '17 8:15:47 PM Yarael-Poof
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** Azura, the avatar's cousin in Fates, is also barefoot at all times. This is most likely to make it easier for her to dance, which she does at several important points in the game.
4th Mar '17 12:38:59 PM JustTroper
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* The eccentric French singer ''Music/{{Zaz}}'' (aka Isabelle Geffroy) usually performs either barefoot or in open-toed sandals.
27th Feb '17 3:56:00 AM JustTroper
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* In Ángela Becerra's ''O que falta ao tempo'' (''What Time is Missing''), the young Parisian artist Mazarine goes barefoot all the year round, even in winter.
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