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30th Jan '16 4:59:26 PM villainouscrush
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* ''Film/DieHard'': Hans Gruber. Of course, he's played by Creator/AlanRickman, so this is a given.
8th Jan '16 1:13:05 PM Doinkmeister
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** Elise, the Spider Queen, at least in her human form.
1st Jan '16 3:43:44 AM Cindylover1969
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* Prince Dirk Blackpool (played by the luscious Duncan Regeher) the black leather clad villain of ''Series/WizardsAndWarriors''.
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* Prince Dirk Blackpool (played by the luscious Duncan Regeher) Regehr) the black leather clad villain of ''Series/WizardsAndWarriors''.

* BuckRogersInTheTwentyFifthCentury: in a notable example, Wilma Deering comes under the influence of a space vampire and tries to seduce Buck while acting highly aroused. While Wilma was always intended to be sexy, it's as if she [[UpToEleven wasn't even trying]] until that moment.
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* BuckRogersInTheTwentyFifthCentury: ''BuckRogersInTheTwentyFifthCentury'': in a notable example, Wilma Deering comes under the influence of a space vampire and tries to seduce Buck while acting highly aroused. While Wilma was always intended to be sexy, it's as if she [[UpToEleven wasn't even trying]] until that moment.moment. * Petra from ''Series/JaneTheVirgin''. And then there's [[spoiler: Rose/Sin Rostro.]]
1st Jan '16 2:24:35 AM Servbot
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* ''VideoGame/{{Shantae}}''. Risky Boots, anyone?
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* ''VideoGame/{{Shantae}}''. Risky Boots, anyone?anyone? It's even noted InUniverse, with [[TheDitz Bolo]] having a crush on her despite being enemies, and an NPC noting that he sometimes sees his mother dressing up as Risky for his father [[GettingCrapPastTheRadar but he really isn't allowed to talk about it]].
31st Dec '15 5:41:19 PM Anddrix
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* {{SelfDemonstrating/Loki}} in ''Film/{{The Avengers|2012}}'' and also ''Film/{{Thor}}''. Tall, dark, handsome, in all leather and metal with a magical scepter to boot, or, alternatively a BadassInANiceSuit with a ScarfOfAsskicking? Well done, Creator/TomHiddleston, well done.
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* {{SelfDemonstrating/Loki}} Loki in ''Film/{{The Avengers|2012}}'' and also ''Film/{{Thor}}''. Tall, dark, handsome, in all leather and metal with a magical scepter to boot, or, alternatively a BadassInANiceSuit with a ScarfOfAsskicking? Well done, Creator/TomHiddleston, well done.
30th Dec '15 10:29:00 AM little-miss-spaced-out
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* Rufioh on the blog ''Shall-We-Sign-Some-Deals.tumblr.com'' has a lack of morals and has been found to be considered attractive by the blog's followers.
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* Rufioh on the blog ''Shall-We-Sign-Some-Deals.http://shall-we-sign-some-deals.tumblr.com'' com has a lack of morals and has been found to be considered attractive by the blog's followers.
30th Dec '15 10:22:15 AM little-miss-spaced-out
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* Rufioh on the blog ''Shall-We-Sign-Some-Deals.tumblr.com'' has a lack of morals and has been found to be considered attractive by the blog's follower.
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* Rufioh on the blog ''Shall-We-Sign-Some-Deals.tumblr.com'' has a lack of morals and has been found to be considered attractive by the blog's follower.followers.
29th Dec '15 2:28:33 PM ultimomant
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* Rufioh on the blog ''Shall-We-Sign-Some-Deals.tumblr.com'' has a lack of morals and has been found to be considered attractive by the blog's follower.

* Rufioh on the blog ''[[Shall-We-Sign-Some-Deals.tumblr.com]]'' has a lack of morals and has been found to be considered attractive by the blog's follower.
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* Rufioh on the blog ''[[Shall-We-Sign-Some-Deals.tumblr.com]]'' has a lack of morals and has been found to be considered attractive by the blog's follower.
29th Dec '15 12:22:55 AM little-miss-spaced-out
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* Rufioh on the blog ''[[Shall-We-Sign-Some-Deals.tumblr.com]]'' has a lack of morals and has been found to be considered attractive by the blog's follower.
28th Dec '15 9:46:06 AM Morgenthaler
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[[folder:General]] * [[VampiresAreSexGods Most vampires everywhere]], if they can pass for human at all. There may be permanently monstrous vampires, but one never seems to run into a pimply, fat vampire. Outside of ''Literature/{{Discworld}}'', that is. ** ''Series/BuffyTheVampireSlayer'' has [[MrFanservice Spike and Angel]]. Fortunately they retain their sexiness when good, but it definitely ramps up during their [[HeelFaceRevolvingDoor evil periods]]. ** Lampshaded by one of Creator/AnneRice's vampire characters during a gathering of their kind. As he looks around at all the gorgeous males and females he wonders whether it's because vampires only choose to turn good looking people or if it's some aspect of vampirism itself that makes anyone who gets turned into one drop dead sexy in one way or another. ** Vampires in ''Film/VampireInBrooklyn'' are all very sexy, even when played by Creator/EddieMurphy. The heroine gradually becomes sexier as she becomes one. ** Played straight with Irrylath the vampire in Meredith Ann Pierce's ''Literature/TheDarkangelTrilogy''. ** Parodied in [[http://www.sluggy.com/daily.php?date=980927 this]] ''Webcomic/SluggyFreelance'' strip. "Wow! When you become a vampire, men become broad-shouldered and muscle-bound and women become tall and thin! You ever think of selling this on QVC?" ** Amelia Atwater-Rhodes justifies this trope in her vampire novels: vampires usually only choose to turn pretty people, and the transformation process [[OurVampiresAreDifferent removes imperfections]]. ** Evangeline, the shape-shifting girl vampire from ''Manga/MahouSenseiNegima''. ** ''Series/TrueBlood'' mostly averts it, but Eric and Bill are apparently walking sex gods. ** Under the ''D&D'' rules, vampires gain a boost to Charisma, which measures among other things physical attractiveness and sex appeal, when transformed. This was parodied entertainingly in an early ''Antiheroes for Hire'' strip. ** Doubly subverted by Carmilla in ''VideoGame/CastlevaniaLordsOfShadow''. The vampire queen prefers a woman's shape, but her deathly pallor and bloody red eyes place her easily into the UncannyValley. Her AbsoluteCleavage comes off as more wanton than alluring, and her deep voice is harsh and commanding. Her true form amounts to a shaggy, hideous batlike ''thing'' that walks like a woman with flabby breasts...all in all, it's probably not a surprise that the heroic knight Gabriel is above her wiles. ** Lampshaded and subverted by the Count himself in Creator/FredSaberhagen's ''Literature/{{The Dracula Tape}}s'', where he mocks van Helsing's fondness of the word 'voluptuous' and makes an offhand remark about having actually known some ugly female vampires and sympathizing with their plight. (He's also not above making a quip or two about his ''own'' looks, for that matter.) * With the exception of those based on the original Norse and Scottish mythologies, most "Dark Elves" in almost any {{Fantasy}} fiction. All of them. Especially the [[ChainmailBikini females]]. The Dark Eldar from ''TabletopGame/{{Warhammer 40000}}'' are actually meant to be naked, but Games Workshop aren't permitted to sell nude figures to under-18s (a major part of their customer base), so they have just enough clothing to cover their naughty bits. Daemonettes of Slaanesh don't, though. ** Even in stories that ''are'' based on Norse mythology, sometimes the Dark Elves are still depicted as drop-dead gorgeous. [[http://images2.wikia.nocookie.net/__cb20090913011245/marveldatabase/images/5/5c/Alflyse_%28Earth-616%29.jpg This]] is the Franchise/MarvelUniverse version, for example. * Succubi, Incubi, or any other kind of HornyDevils. Ironically, the original myths about the succubus didn't describe them as sexually appealing (or as true temptresses) at all, and often described them as hideous creatures who would seduce a man in his sleep; modern media changed the image considerably. [[/folder]]
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