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7th Feb '18 6:31:59 AM themilo
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** Yukari is said to ''spirit away'' people whom she takes a fancy to. This includes taking home people from ''outside'' Gensoukyou. This is somewhat deconstructed however. As its very strongly implied that she only keeps those people around until she gets bored of them. At which point she eithers kills and eats them. Or drops them in Gensokyo, where people from the outside world tend to have very short life expectancies.

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** Yukari is said to ''spirit away'' people whom she takes a fancy to. This includes taking home people from ''outside'' Gensoukyou. This is somewhat deconstructed however. As its very strongly implied that she only keeps those people around until she gets bored of them. At which point she eithers kills and eats them. Or drops them in Gensokyo, where people humans from the outside world tend to have a very short life expectancies. expectancy.
7th Feb '18 6:31:05 AM themilo
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** Yukari is said to ''spirit away'' people whom she takes a fancy to. This includes taking home people from ''outside'' Gensoukyou.

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** Yukari is said to ''spirit away'' people whom she takes a fancy to. This includes taking home people from ''outside'' Gensoukyou. This is somewhat deconstructed however. As its very strongly implied that she only keeps those people around until she gets bored of them. At which point she eithers kills and eats them. Or drops them in Gensokyo, where people from the outside world tend to have very short life expectancies.
18th Jan '18 12:40:27 PM ironballs16
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* Outside of mammals, there is an adorable story of a snake taking his would-be-food in as a friend. A snake in a Japanese zoo wasn't eating after being added to their exhibit. They thought maybe it wanted something more... lively. One of the caretakers figured that the snake may have caught on with their trick, since normally they use warm meat to trick the snake's senses into thinking it's still alive and snakes won't eat dead things unless they have to. They placed a hamster in the enclosure with him and... they started cuddling. Turns out the snake was stressed from the trip and started eating again, with the hamster as a companion.

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* Outside of mammals, there is an adorable story of a snake [[http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/asia-pacific/4627950.stm taking his would-be-food in as a friend.friend]]. A snake in a Japanese zoo wasn't eating after being added to their exhibit. They thought maybe it wanted something more... lively. One of the caretakers figured that the snake may have caught on with their trick, since normally they use warm meat to trick the snake's senses into thinking it's still alive and snakes won't eat dead things unless they have to. They placed a hamster in the enclosure with him and... they started cuddling. Turns out the snake was stressed from the trip and started eating again, with the hamster as a companion.
12th Jan '18 4:21:18 PM KenmonoBrettSmith
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** When Kathy Kane and Renee Montoya take in Jason Todd.
18th Oct '17 6:52:52 AM RookEncounte
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all of the Tenno were "taken home" first by Margulis ([[spoiler:children who were the only survivors of the Zariman Ten-Zero incident
18th Oct '17 6:52:05 AM RookEncounte
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* In ''VideoGame/{{Warframe}}'', A large-scale example happens to the same group ''twice'': a group of children, the only survivors of the Zariman Ten-Zero incident (the first attempt to travel through [[HyperspaceisaScaryPlace the Void]]), were "taken home" first by Margulis, an Orokin woman who cared for them and loved them. Years later, after Margulis' death, the same children were adopted by [[spoiler: the Lotus]] because she could not have children of her own, even though it was a blatent act of rebellion that left her an outcast from her own community and put her at odds with her controlling father. Made especially cute by the fact that [[spoiler: the Lotus]] deliberately takes on Margulis' mannerism to make the children feel more comfortable with her.
all of the Tenno were "taken home" first by Margulis ([[spoiler:children who were the only survivors of the Zariman Ten-Zero incident
6th Oct '17 4:27:45 PM SeaRover
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* In the first episode of ''Popotan'', Mii is incredibly fond of Daichi's cheeks upon discovering him, and takes every opportunity to glomp him and rub her own against his.
6th Oct '17 4:23:02 PM SeaRover
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** Iris from ''Anime/{{Pokemon}}: Best Wishes'' tends to react this way around the MonsterOfTheWeek. Her actions usually result in the Pokémon hiding from her or attacking her.

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** During the first few seasons, Misty did this regularly with cute Pokemon, either attempting to capture them (such as with Jigglypuff) or just picking them right up (such as Vulpix before Brock adopts it, which breathes fire into her face for it).
** Iris from ''Anime/{{Pokemon}}: Best Wishes'' also tends to react this way around the MonsterOfTheWeek. Her actions usually result in the Pokémon hiding from her or attacking her.



* ''Anime/DiGiCharat'': "Puchiko is not for sale, nyu!"

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* ''Anime/DiGiCharat'': "Puchiko is not for sale, nyu!"In ''Anime/DiGiCharat'', Takuro Kimura favors Puchiko the most, and has a habit of picking her right up and speaking affectionately to her. In his debut appearance, he even asks Dejiko if he could "buy" her.



* During the first few seasons of ''Anime/{{Pokemon}}, Misty did this regularly with cute Pokemon, either attempting to capture them (such as with Jigglypuff) or just picking them right up (such as Vulpix before Brock adopts it, which breathes fire into her face for it).
16th Aug '17 8:28:28 AM SeptimusHeap
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** Sōsuke evidently elicited this kind of response when he was [[AdorablyPrecociousChild young]]. Just like in the trope description, his Cuteness Proximity was so incredibly intense, it managed to melt the hearts of ''war-hardened veterans'' and pretty much made them internally {{Squee}} that they want to take him home and make him their child. Which they then proceed to attempt to do. He certainly never lacked people who were all too eager to take him in as their own. Starting with Majid, an Helmajistani rebellion leader whom Sōsuke had ''tried to assassinate'', who liked him so much that he adopted him as his "Son of Bdakshon's Tiger", and raised him with complete kindness. And then there was Kalinin, who wanted Sōsuke as his son from the very beginning, and took him as a prisoner of war ''after Sôsuke tried to assassinate him''. He then proceeds to persistently try to get Sōsuke to agree to be his adopted son (which he refused, since he already had Majid as his "father" -- yes, it got to the point of being a first-come-first-serve basis). After Majid dies, Kalinin ''finally'' manages to force his way and get Sōsuke to be his legally adopted son. And all while that was going on, [[AxCrazy Gauron]] has tried to take Sōsuke for himself [[LoveAtFirstSight ever since the moment he first set eyes on the boy]]. He ''literally'' did a double take, parked his jeep, and tried to lure Sōsuke to come with him by promising him food and ammunition. Sōsuke refuses, and Gauron ends up [[StalkerWithACrush being unable to forget him for the next five years]]. (Though in Gauron's case, it's more of a [[{{Shotacon}} pedophile rapist, sexual version]] of wanting to take him home, unlike the previous two, and Sousuke was wise to get the hell away from him).

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** Sōsuke evidently elicited this kind of response when he was [[AdorablyPrecociousChild young]]. Just like in the trope description, his Cuteness Proximity was so incredibly intense, it managed to melt the hearts of ''war-hardened veterans'' and pretty much made them internally {{Squee}} that they want to take him home and make him their child. Which they then proceed to attempt to do. He certainly never lacked people who were all too eager to take him in as their own. Starting with Majid, an Helmajistani rebellion leader whom Sōsuke had ''tried to assassinate'', who liked him so much that he adopted him as his "Son of Bdakshon's Tiger", and raised him with complete kindness. And then there was Kalinin, who wanted Sōsuke as his son from the very beginning, and took him as a prisoner of war ''after Sôsuke tried to assassinate him''. He then proceeds to persistently try to get Sōsuke to agree to be his adopted son (which he refused, since he already had Majid as his "father" -- yes, it got to the point of being a first-come-first-serve basis). After Majid dies, Kalinin ''finally'' manages to force his way and get Sōsuke to be his legally adopted son. And all while that was going on, [[AxCrazy Gauron]] has tried to take Sōsuke for himself [[LoveAtFirstSight ever since the moment he first set eyes on the boy]]. He ''literally'' did a double take, parked his jeep, and tried to lure Sōsuke to come with him by promising him food and ammunition. Sōsuke refuses, and Gauron ends up [[StalkerWithACrush being unable to forget him for the next five years]]. (Though in Gauron's case, it's more of a [[{{Shotacon}} [[PaedoHunt pedophile rapist, sexual version]] of wanting to take him home, unlike the previous two, and Sousuke was wise to get the hell away from him).
13th Aug '17 2:10:04 PM MasterN
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** Miyo Takano acts this way for, em, [[NightmareFetishist creepy torture equipment]].

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** The BigBad [[spoiler: Miyo Takano Takano]] acts this way for, em, [[NightmareFetishist creepy torture equipment]].
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