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14th Jun '18 12:25:06 PM TheNerevarine
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* ''Literature/VampirosDoRioDouro'': The vampire leader [[BigBad Inverno]] lusts after Eliana, the innocent student who unwittingly brought him back to life with her blood. What makes this creepier is that Inverno refers to her as [[VillainousIncest "mother"]] since she gave him life once again, and says this at the same time he says he plans to make her his vampire bride.
29th Apr '18 11:01:28 AM MasterN
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-->'''Homura:''' I've finally... caught you. ''[[[SlasherSmile smiles]]]''

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-->'''Homura:''' -->'''[[spoiler:Homura]]''' I've finally... caught you. ''[[[SlasherSmile smiles]]]''



** In ''VideoGame/PaperMario'' he does keep her in her own room (as opposed to being locked in a dungeon like the other party guests) and offers to grant any wishes she wants (that he approves of) with the Star Rod. Luckily when Peach found his diary it was written like that of a 14-year-old schoolboy who is jealous of the school's most popular boy for having the most popular girl for a girlfriend -- Mario's the popular boy and Peach's the popular girl, so it probably didn't extend to ''that''.

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** In ''VideoGame/PaperMario'' he does keep her in her own room (as opposed to being locked in a dungeon like the other party guests) and offers to grant any wishes she wants (that he approves of) with the Star Rod. Luckily when Peach found his diary [[ManChild it was written like that of a 14-year-old schoolboy who is jealous of the school's most popular boy for having the most popular girl for a girlfriend girlfriend]] -- Mario's the popular boy and Peach's the popular girl, so it probably didn't extend to ''that''.



** Also, Ilya to Shirou in ''Fate''.

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** Also, Ilya to Shirou [[spoiler:[[BrotherSisterIncest her brother]]]] in ''Fate''.
29th Apr '18 10:45:40 AM MasterN
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This trope has been a staple of movies ever since the early days of cinema, but it's a lot older than that. There are several examples in Creator/WilliamShakespeare's works -- most notably, of course, ''The Rape of Lucrece'', and others going back to ''Literature/{{Ramayana}}''. Almost always involves a male villain and female victim; the few gender-reversed or same-sex examples tend to play it for [[BlackComedyRape comic effect]]. However, don't forget that VillainessesWantHeroes and if a villainess wants a male SexSlave or a consort, this is just what might happen if TheHero is unwilling to wed or bed her, especially if he's too weakened to fight his way out. Other exceptions to the BlackComedy effect are usually seen in BoysLove series and {{Slash Fic}}s where it's treated as a fodder for easy {{wangst}} and [[HurtComfortFic hurt comfort]]. (Or fetish fuel, in some cases.)

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This trope has been a staple of movies ever since the early days of cinema, but it's a lot older than that. There are several examples in Creator/WilliamShakespeare's works -- most notably, of course, ''The Rape of Lucrece'', and others going back to ''Literature/{{Ramayana}}''. Almost always involves a male villain and female victim; the few gender-reversed or same-sex examples tend to play it for [[BlackComedyRape [[DoubleStandardRapeFemaleOnMale comic effect]]. However, don't forget that VillainessesWantHeroes and if a villainess wants a male SexSlave or a consort, this is just what might happen if TheHero is unwilling to wed or bed her, especially if he's too weakened to fight his way out. Other exceptions to the BlackComedy effect are usually seen in BoysLove series and {{Slash Fic}}s where it's treated as a fodder for easy {{wangst}} and [[HurtComfortFic hurt comfort]]. (Or fetish fuel, in some cases.)
28th Apr '18 11:08:11 PM nombretomado
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* ''WesternAnimation/{{Thumbelina}}'': The title character keeps getting roped into marriages with whomever she runs into, against her will.

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* ''WesternAnimation/{{Thumbelina}}'': ''WesternAnimation/{{Thumbelina|1994}}'': The title character keeps getting roped into marriages with whomever she runs into, against her will.
28th Apr '18 6:55:11 PM Argon2
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* In ''LightNovel/CookingWithWildGame'', Doddo Tsun tried [[CurbStompBattle unsuccessfully]] to rape Ai Fa on the night of her father's funeral, and in Volume 6 his sister intends to do the same with Asuta. Fortunately, Asuta is as heroic as Ai Fa (if [[NonActionGuy not as badass]]) and foils their plans.
22nd Apr '18 11:51:55 AM KawaiiKoolness
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* In ''DarthWiki/RoyalRomance'', Princess Mira is kidnapped by an evil monster with a German accent, who wants to marry her to become the King of Poland.
17th Apr '18 7:30:16 AM TheNerevarine
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** She's not so lucky in the novelization of the film, unfortunately. Before she can escape the castle, Einon rapes Kara at least once and later forcibly kisses her in front of Bowen during the confrontation scene.



* ''{{Film/Troy}}'': Agamemnon does this twice to Briseis. The first time while taunting Achilles, declaring, "Perhaps [[BatheHerAndBringHerToMe I'll have her give me a bath]]." The second time he taunts Briseis directly during the sack of Troy, [[spoiler:to which she responds with a ChastityDagger]].



** She's not so lucky in the novelization of the film, unfortunately. Before she can escape the castle, Einon rapes Kara at least once and later forcibly kisses her in front of Bowen during the confrontation scene.
14th Apr '18 8:28:14 AM Gamermaster
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* ''Franchise/StarWars: Film/ReturnOfTheJedi'' has Jabba the Hutt dress Princess Leia up in [[GoGoEnslavement slave gear]] for his amusement and quips that he'll make her "appreciate" him. The Expanded Universe, however, muddies up Jabba's motivations. It's been claimed in non-canon material that Hutts that Hutts breed by asexual reproduction. Quite why a non-gendered slug-beast-thing would harass humanoid women is never explained. The outdated ''Star Wars Encyclopedia'' suggests that Jabba is somehow ''jealous'' of the agility and grace possessed by humanoids. Another source posits that he does it to make his humanoid servitors envious of the power he has over what they desire. Still another claims that he's just weird that way. It's the [[Franchise/StarWarsExpandedUniverse Expanded Universe]], so [[MST3KMantra it doesn't have to make sense]]. Of course, we all know the [[FanService real reason]].

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* ''Franchise/StarWars: Film/ReturnOfTheJedi'' has Jabba the Hutt dress Princess Leia up in [[GoGoEnslavement slave gear]] for his amusement and quips that he'll make her "appreciate" him. The Expanded Universe, however, muddies up Jabba's motivations. It's been claimed in non-canon material that Hutts that Hutts breed by asexual reproduction. Quite why a non-gendered slug-beast-thing would harass humanoid women is never explained. The outdated ''Star Wars Encyclopedia'' suggests that Jabba is somehow ''jealous'' of the agility and grace possessed by humanoids. Another source posits that he does it to make his humanoid servitors envious of the power he has over what they desire. Still another claims that he's just weird that way. It's the [[Franchise/StarWarsExpandedUniverse Expanded Universe]], so [[MST3KMantra it doesn't have to make sense]]. Of course, we all know the [[FanService real reason]].
31st Mar '18 5:20:11 PM TheNerevarine
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* ''VideoGame/DantesInferno'': Beatrice Portinari is subjected to this by none other than the ''Devil himself'' when they have a wager with her being the loser forced to marry him, and pushing her beloved [[TheHero Dante Alighieri]] to [[RoaringRampageOfRescue brave Hell itself to save her]]. In the animated adaptation of the game, he says to have done the same to Cleopatra, Salomé and Helen of Troy, who were taken as his brides before Beatrice as well. [[spoiler:This trope is part of his master plan to free himself from Hell by luring and kidnapping women from powerful warriors and heroes that could break the chains of Judecca on their way and unwittingly release him]].
21st Feb '18 11:18:20 AM RedScharlach
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** [[FoeYay Alois towards Ciel]]. And during their fight at one point Claude comes up on Sebastian from behind and holds him close caressing him.

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** [[FoeYay Alois towards Ciel]]. And during their fight at one point Claude comes up on Sebastian from behind and holds him close close, caressing him.



** When [[spoiler:Kallen]] has been captured, one of her captors comments on how beautiful she is, and then says (in the dub) that while she clings to life he can "do anything he has a whim for, to [her] body". (In the sub he says that her life is all that matters, and that "As long as you live, what happens to your body...").

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** When [[spoiler:Kallen]] has been captured, one of her captors comments on how beautiful she is, and then says (in the dub) that while she clings to life he can "do anything he has a whim for, to [her] body". (In the sub he says that her life is all that matters, and that "As long as you live, what happens to your body...").")



* ''LightNovel/TheFamiliarOfZero'': In episode 11 of season 3, Louise is almost subject to this by Barron Miscor, a obese perverted guy who has a thing for flat chests but Tiffania and Saito rescue her. He tries to attack her again afterwards but Louise puts her foot up making him slam into it and fall to the ground. And in the first season Siesta is almost subjected to this by a guy buying her as his personal maid but Saito rescues her. Also, Wardes wants to marry Louise for his goals because he's interested in her power and tries to brainwash her into marrying him but fails, and in episode 2 of the fourth season you get the feeling that Joseph was about to rape Louise for a second when he said she was gonna "lose her honor" then you see his robe lowering and how he kneels in front of her while she's tied up on the ground and touches her face...

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* ''LightNovel/TheFamiliarOfZero'': In episode 11 of season 3, Louise is almost subject to this by Barron Miscor, a an obese perverted guy who has a thing for flat chests but Tiffania and Saito rescue her. He tries to attack her again afterwards but Louise puts her foot up making him slam into it and fall to the ground. And in the first season Siesta is almost subjected to this by a guy buying her as his personal maid but Saito rescues her. Also, Wardes wants to marry Louise for his goals because he's interested in her power and tries to brainwash her into marrying him but fails, and in episode 2 of the fourth season you get the feeling that Joseph was about to rape Louise for a second when he said she was gonna "lose her honor" then you see his robe lowering and how he kneels in front of her while she's tied up on the ground and touches her face...



** It should be noted that most supervillains will only skirt this trope. It's expected to harass a captured superheroine, but going too far will violate the unwritten rules of supering, which basically means a bunch of [[TheGlovesComeOff pissed off supers baying for blood]].
* {{ComicBook/Fables}} has a few examples of this (most of it as backstory for various characters), but an unusual example is [[SmugSnake Prince Brandish's]] treatment of [[spoiler: Snow White]]. He considers their ChildhoodMarriagePromise to trump her subsequent marriages, and he greets her with a ForcefulKiss and a great deal of unwanted pawing. Then he drags her to his room and locks her in, [[MaritalRapeLicense making it clear that he fully intends for her to bear him children]]. What makes this an unusual example is that, when she straight up asks him if he intends to rape her, [[EvenEvilHasStandards he says he won't]]... [[SubvertedTrope because she'll come "panting" to him of her own volition soon enough]]. Quite how he imagines this happening is unclear, considering he goes on to break her arm and tell her he's going to murder her husband and children, but he seems totally confident that he will have her consent at some point, and one can assume that the powerful magic he has would have played a part.

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** It should be noted that most supervillains will only skirt this trope. It's expected to harass a captured superheroine, but going too far will violate the unwritten rules of supering, which basically means a bunch of [[TheGlovesComeOff pissed off pissed-off supers baying for blood]].
* {{ComicBook/Fables}} has a few examples of this (most of it as backstory for various characters), but an unusual example is [[SmugSnake Prince Brandish's]] treatment of [[spoiler: Snow [[spoiler:Snow White]]. He considers their ChildhoodMarriagePromise to trump her subsequent marriages, and he greets her with a ForcefulKiss and a great deal of unwanted pawing. Then he drags her to his room and locks her in, [[MaritalRapeLicense making it clear that he fully intends for her to bear him children]]. What makes this an unusual example is that, when she straight up straight-up asks him if he intends to rape her, [[EvenEvilHasStandards he says he won't]]... [[SubvertedTrope because she'll come "panting" to him of her own volition soon enough]]. Quite how he imagines this happening is unclear, considering he goes on to break her arm and tell her he's going to murder her husband and children, but he seems totally confident that he will have her consent at some point, and one can assume that the powerful magic he has would have played a part.



* ''Film/HarryPotterAndTheDeathlyHallows Part 1'': Scabior, the head Snatcher, tries this after he captures Hermione, calls her "My lovely" and sniffs her hair. The actor Nick Moran told Entertainment Weekly they cut out a line where he said "You're going to be my favorite."

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* ''Film/HarryPotterAndTheDeathlyHallows Part 1'': Scabior, the head Snatcher, tries this after he captures Hermione, calls her "My lovely" and sniffs her hair. The actor Nick Moran told Entertainment Weekly ''Entertainment Weekly'' that they cut out a line where he said "You're going to be my favorite."



* In ''Film/TheLordOfTheRings'' Grima Wormtongue a subtle one with Éowyn after his attempt to seduce her fails, and he points out how ''alone'' she is.

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* In ''Film/TheLordOfTheRings'' Grima Wormtongue has a subtle one with Éowyn after his attempt to seduce her fails, and he points out how ''alone'' she is.



** King Aegon IV "The Unworthy" Targaryen from the historical background was a big fan of this trope. Being an infamous womanizer, its said that so long as they were female, he would nail AnythingThatMoves whether they were noblewomen or commonborn. Its said that his personal motto was "[[BatheHerAndBringHerToMe Wash Her and Bring Her to My Bed]]" and this was not hyperbole; the decent women of King's Landing were not safe and he had his [[DirtyCop Goldcloaks]] search for women pretty enough for him.

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** King Aegon IV "The Unworthy" Targaryen from the historical background was a big fan of this trope. Being He was an infamous womanizer, its womanizer and it's said that so long as they were female, he would nail AnythingThatMoves whether they were noblewomen or commonborn. Its It's said that his personal motto was "[[BatheHerAndBringHerToMe Wash Her and Bring Her to My Bed]]" and this was not hyperbole; the decent women of King's Landing were not safe and he had his [[DirtyCop Goldcloaks]] search for women pretty enough for him.



** The First-Born pirates are infamous for raiding the Therns' domains as well as the Red Martian kingdoms around Barsoom, targeting any beautiful women they can take their hands on.[[note]]While this is still rape in the "abduction" sense, their true intentions are [[ImAHumanitarian other than sexual]].[[/note]] Its how Phaidor and Dejah Thoris were captured in the second book.

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** The First-Born pirates are infamous for raiding the Therns' domains as well as the Red Martian kingdoms around Barsoom, targeting any beautiful women they can take their hands on.[[note]]While this is still rape in the "abduction" sense, their true intentions are [[ImAHumanitarian other than sexual]].[[/note]] Its It's how Phaidor and Dejah Thoris were captured in the second book.



* ''Literature/ASeriesOfUnfortunateEvents'': In ''The Bad Beginning'' 14 year old Violet is being forced to marry the much older Olaf who is her guardian (it's a play so no one will object to her being so young) because he has her sister Sunny and will kill her if she doesn't, all so he can have her fortune. However, this becomes {{Squick}}y when you consider all the lines he throws around about how pretty she is and how "You may not be my wife, but you are still my daughter". He also decides that he'll let her live even after he has the fortune. In the next book he has a knife to her THIGH under the table and rubs its against her leg. This implies that he intends to rape her.

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* ''Literature/ASeriesOfUnfortunateEvents'': In ''The Bad Beginning'' 14 year old 14-year-old Violet is being forced to marry the much older Olaf who is her guardian (it's a play so no one will object to her being so young) because he has her sister Sunny and will kill her if she doesn't, all so he can have her fortune. However, this becomes {{Squick}}y when you consider all the lines he throws around about how pretty she is and how "You may not be my wife, but you are still my daughter". He also decides that he'll let her live even after he has the fortune. In the next book he has a knife to her THIGH under the table and rubs its it against her leg. This implies that he intends to rape her.



** Happens partway through ''Leliana's Song'' with subsequent dialogue strongly hinting that, yes, it was rape, but Leliana herself admits to be a UnreliableNarrator suggesting that certain aspects of the story are untold, or played up.

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** Happens partway through ''Leliana's Song'' with subsequent dialogue strongly hinting that, yes, it was rape, but Leliana herself admits to be a UnreliableNarrator being an UnreliableNarrator, suggesting that certain aspects of the story are untold, or played up.



** Elliot tried it with Lachesis, knowing the man, she immediatly asked Sigurd for backup.

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** Elliot tried it with Lachesis, knowing the man, she immediatly immediately asked Sigurd for backup.



** Played straight with General Tarquin whose favorite hobbies seems to be marrying wives of men he killed. He pulls this on Amun-Zora when he imprisons her to force her to marry him, but she is allowed to escape by Elan. Its also revealed that his ArchEnemy, [[LovableRogue Julio Scoundrel]] had also saved some of his wives in the past.

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** Played straight with General Tarquin whose favorite hobbies seems to be marrying wives of men he killed. He pulls this on Amun-Zora when he imprisons her to force her to marry him, but she is allowed to escape by Elan. Its It's also revealed that his ArchEnemy, [[LovableRogue Julio Scoundrel]] had also saved some of his wives in the past.
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