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3rd May '16 1:31:44 AM erforce
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* Cameron, the female [[Franchise/TheTerminator Terminator]] of ''Series/TerminatorTheSarahConnorChronicles'' fits this quite accurately, though she is quite capable of ''simulating'' human emotions when she needs to. The rather sudden shift from emotionless blankness to a laughing, smiling teenage girl is....[[CreepyChild creepy.]]

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* Cameron, the female [[Franchise/TheTerminator Terminator]] Franchise/{{Terminator}} of ''Series/TerminatorTheSarahConnorChronicles'' fits this quite accurately, though she is quite capable of ''simulating'' human emotions when she needs to. The rather sudden shift from emotionless blankness to a laughing, smiling teenage girl is....[[CreepyChild creepy.]]
17th Apr '16 1:51:36 PM Minni128
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* Nezumi in ''Broken Gate'' really seemed to have mastered suppressing her emotions in light of her situation, as examined in chapter 4, when it's noted that she lament doesn't feel painful (like it would for some), instead, it feels cold. It's to such an extent that she wished she could cry or, at least, shed tears, something to express her anguish in some way. Likewise, she hadn't felt cold in a long time, either, and is very detached from her own thoughts towards it. Naturally, her feeling lament for the first time made her realize how pragmatism had its drawbacks in that she had shut her mind off to anything irrelevant to guarding the gate.

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* Nezumi in ''Broken Gate'' really seemed to have mastered suppressing her emotions in light of her situation, as examined in chapter 4, when it's noted that she lament doesn't feel painful (like it would for some), instead, it feels cold. It's to such an extent that she wished she could cry or, at least, shed tears, something to express her anguish in some way. Likewise, she hadn't felt cold in a long time, either, and is very detached from her own thoughts towards it. Naturally, her feeling lament for the first time made her realize how her pragmatism had its drawbacks in that she had shut her mind off to anything irrelevant to guarding the gate.gate, her thoughts and feelings included, in which case she stopped feeling them.
* Alysia Morales from ''Literature/ArcanaMagi'' must remain emotionless or she will suffer physically.



* Alysia Morales from ''Literature/ArcanaMagi'' must remain emotionless or she will suffer physically.


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*Wiki/{{Killerbunnies}}' Oleander Cloris (otherwise knows as "Imogene), whose personality can be described as "vague and dull" has some shades of this. One could chalk it up to her experiences or the head injury she sustained.
17th Apr '16 1:39:19 PM Minni128
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* Nezumi in ''Broken Gate'' really seemed to have mastered suppressing her emotions in light of her situation, as examined in chapter 4, when it's noted that she lament doesn't feel painful (like it would for some), instead, it feels cold. It's to such an extent that she wished she could cry or, at least, shed tears, something to express her anguish in some way. Likewise, she hadn't felt cold in a long time, either, and is very detached from her own thoughts towards it.

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* Nezumi in ''Broken Gate'' really seemed to have mastered suppressing her emotions in light of her situation, as examined in chapter 4, when it's noted that she lament doesn't feel painful (like it would for some), instead, it feels cold. It's to such an extent that she wished she could cry or, at least, shed tears, something to express her anguish in some way. Likewise, she hadn't felt cold in a long time, either, and is very detached from her own thoughts towards it. Naturally, her feeling lament for the first time made her realize how pragmatism had its drawbacks in that she had shut her mind off to anything irrelevant to guarding the gate.
16th Apr '16 5:37:30 PM Minni128
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*Nezumi in ''Broken Gate'' really seemed to have mastered suppressing her emotions in light of her situation, as examined in chapter 4, when it's noted that she lament doesn't feel painful (like it would for some), instead, it feels cold. It's to such an extent that she wished she could cry or, at least, shed tears, something to express her anguish in some way. Likewise, she hadn't felt cold in a long time, either, and is very detached from her own thoughts towards it.
16th Apr '16 3:08:44 AM Tron80
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* In ''Fanfic/ChildrenOfAnElderGod'', Rei is pretty emotionless. It is played for horror, as it was meant to be in the original show (although she gets better gradually).
-->He had looked into the girl's eye. It was red, a bright, vibrant red, but otherwise seemed guileless, straightforward, and void of any particular emotion.
9th Apr '16 6:53:39 AM UniSol14
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* Eucliwood Hellscythe from ''LightNovel/IsThisAZombie''. On top of showing little emotion, her main means of communication is writing in a notebook as opposed to talking. The reason for this being [[spoiler:that her magic is so powerful that any of her words can trigger devastating magic]]. Subverted and justified in that [[SugarAndIcePersonality she's not really emotionless]], but her magic requires her to be in control of her emotions.

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* Eucliwood Hellscythe from ''LightNovel/IsThisAZombie''. On top of showing little emotion, her main means of communication is writing in a notebook as opposed to talking. The reason for this being [[spoiler:that her magic is so powerful that any of her words or expressions of any kind can trigger uncontrollable, devastating magic]]. Subverted and justified in that [[SugarAndIcePersonality she's not really emotionless]], but her magic requires her to be in control of all of her emotions.emotions, including so much as showing amusement.



* Nu, Lambda, and Mu of ''VideoGame/{{BlazBlue}}'' also count as some, to be exact. To be fair, they're android clones of Saya, after all. Nu and Lambda only get emotions when they're around Ragna (Lambda usually doesn't do so except on special occasions), and Mu gets emotions when suffering a VillainousBreakdown before being turned back into her old self (Noel) by Ragna. Technically speaking, Mu and Nu aren't emotionless because they do feel one thing: dethatched nihilistic hatred. Lambda starts to express emotion in her gag reel, but it ends in tragedy and she's [[StatusQuoIsGod back to normal by the end.]]

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* Nu, Lambda, and Mu of ''VideoGame/{{BlazBlue}}'' also count as some, to be exact. To be fair, they're android clones of Saya, after all. Nu and Lambda only get emotions when they're around Ragna (Lambda usually doesn't do so except on special occasions), and Mu gets emotions when suffering a VillainousBreakdown before being turned back into her old self (Noel) by Ragna. Technically speaking, Mu and Nu aren't emotionless because they do feel one thing: dethatched nihilistic hatred. Lambda starts to express emotion in her (non-canon) gag reel, but it ends in tragedy and she's [[StatusQuoIsGod back to normal by the end.]]
3rd Mar '16 4:20:47 PM Vanguard1505
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* In ''Webcomic/DatingATeamMagmaGrunt'', Courtney could very well be mistaken for a robot half the time. However, [[NotSoStoic she shows signs of emotion around Maxie]]. This was especially obvious when he [[spoiler: seemingly]] refused to eat the pie she wanted to feed him.



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15th Feb '16 9:46:46 PM Medinoc
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* Violet from ''Webcomic/MonsterPulse'' is introduced as such, implied to be a product of the monsterization of her brain (as a picture from before shows her smiling). She's actually [[spoiler:forced to suppress her emotions because they are now amplified to unhealthy levels]].
10th Jan '16 5:40:49 PM nat122
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* Soundwave and Shockwave from ''WesternAnimation/TheTransformers'' series get an honourable mention. Not specifically girls but robotic geniuses who puts fear into this trope as one of Megatron's most intelligent and powerful allies. These two are infamous for concealing their emotions and any foolish Autobot who underestimates them should [[TheDreaded prepare to run and run fast.]]
10th Jan '16 1:08:52 PM eroock
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->''Conceal, don't feel, don't let them know"''
->[[note]]''"Well, now they know!"''[[/note]]

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->''Conceal, don't feel, don't let them know"''
->[[note]]''"Well,
know"'' [[note]]''"Well, now they know!"''[[/note]]
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