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15th May '16 5:32:18 PM ANTMuddle
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This is similar to {{greed}}, but greed refers to desire for material possessions, lust is desire for abstract concepts. Like greed, lust is rarely satisfied, and just keeps growing until it often brings down the character. Both often go hand in hand with [[VillainousGlutton gluttony]].

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This Among the SevenDeadlySins, this is similar to {{greed}}, but greed refers to desire for material possessions, lust is desire for abstract concepts. Like greed, lust is rarely satisfied, and just keeps growing until it often brings down the character. Both often go hand in hand with [[VillainousGlutton gluttony]].
13th May '16 11:04:45 PM Doug86
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* In ''CloudOfSparrows'', Zephaniah's first point of view scene is a detailed description of his lust for Emily.

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* In ''CloudOfSparrows'', ''Literature/CloudOfSparrows'', Zephaniah's first point of view scene is a detailed description of his lust for Emily.
11th May '16 3:42:02 AM Morgenthaler
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* Brian de Bois Guilbert in ''Literature/{{Ivanhoe}}''. Though nominally a [[TheKnightsTemplar Knight Templar]] (not a KnightTemplar, though), he stalks and tries to rape the Jewess Rebecca. In the end, during a DuelToTheDeath he dies of a heart attack, likely not because [[Creator/WalterScott Sir Walter Scott]] minded having the hero kill him but because he wanted the poetic justice of having the villain killed by his own lust.

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* Brian de Bois Guilbert in ''Literature/{{Ivanhoe}}''. Though nominally a [[TheKnightsTemplar [[UsefulNotes/TheKnightsTemplar Knight Templar]] (not a KnightTemplar, though), he stalks and tries to rape the Jewess Rebecca. In the end, during a DuelToTheDeath he dies of a heart attack, likely not because [[Creator/WalterScott Sir Walter Scott]] minded having the hero kill him but because he wanted the poetic justice of having the villain killed by his own lust.
2nd May '16 9:31:31 PM wehrmacht
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* In {{Manga/KokouNoHito}}, one of Buntarou's main struggles early on in the story is struggling with his sexual desires after an encounter with Yumi (a former classmate of his [[spoiler: who became a prostitute after her reputation got ruined]]), in contrast with his desire to be alone climbing the moutains.
1st May '16 10:14:35 AM TheOneWhoTropes
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* In ''UminekoNoNakuKoroNi'', the youngest sister of the [[QuirkyMinibossSquad Stakes of Purgatory]] is Asmodeus, who represents the [[SevenDeadlySins sin]] of Lust. However, it is stated in her [[AllThereInTheManual TIPS]] that she desperately wants to fall in love. If those around her don't fall in love and simply give in to their lusts, it increases her vice.

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* In ''UminekoNoNakuKoroNi'', ''VisualNovel/UminekoWhenTheyCry'', the youngest sister of the [[QuirkyMinibossSquad Stakes of Purgatory]] is Asmodeus, who represents the [[SevenDeadlySins sin]] of Lust. However, it is stated in her [[AllThereInTheManual TIPS]] that she desperately wants to fall in love. If those around her don't fall in love and simply give in to their lusts, it increases her vice.
2nd Mar '16 11:01:09 PM IndirectActiveTransport
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* In contrast to her [[KidAppealCharacter usual gimmick]], which was [[CharacterizationMarchesOn eventually]] associated [[SweetTooth by gluttony]], Solo Darling's stint in Wrestling/{{N|ationalWrestlingAlliance}}WA Ring Warriors was defined by lust, her openly questioning what love was without it. Unfortunately for her, audience members usually [[CheapHeat took offense to her teasing and flirting]].[[/folder]]

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* In contrast to her [[KidAppealCharacter usual gimmick]], which was [[CharacterizationMarchesOn eventually]] associated [[SweetTooth by gluttony]], lust was a strong element of Solo Darling's stint in Wrestling/{{N|ationalWrestlingAlliance}}WA Ring Warriors was defined by lust, Warriors, her openly questioning what love was without it. Unfortunately for her, audience members usually [[CheapHeat took offense to her teasing and flirting]].it.[[/folder]]
2nd Mar '16 10:42:19 PM IndirectActiveTransport
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* Wrestling/KurtAngle's feud with Wrestling/BookerT stemmed from Angle's desire to have sex with Booker's wife, Sharmell. The [[AccidentalPun angle]] was used not long before their entries into Wrestling/{{TNA}} and was [{{re|cylcedScript}}used with different players to send Wrestling/BobbyLashley out of Wrestling/{{TNA}}. His wife didn't take too kindly to Wrestling/ScottSteiner's forceful advances.

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* Wrestling/KurtAngle's feud with Wrestling/BookerT stemmed from Angle's desire to have sex with Booker's wife, Sharmell. The [[AccidentalPun angle]] was used not long before their entries into Wrestling/{{TNA}} and was [{{re|cylcedScript}}used {{re|cycledScript}}used with different players to send Wrestling/BobbyLashley out of Wrestling/{{TNA}}. His wife didn't take too kindly to Wrestling/ScottSteiner's forceful advances.
2nd Mar '16 10:41:32 PM IndirectActiveTransport
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* Wrestling/KurtAngle's feud with Wrestling/BookerT stemmed from Angle's desire to have sex with Booker's wife, Sharmell. The [[AccidentalPun angle]] was used not long before their entries into Wrestling/{{TNA}} and was [{{re|cyledScript}}used with different players to send Wrestling/BobbyLashley out of Wrestling/{{TNA}}. His wife didn't take too kindly to Wrestling/ScottSteiner's forceful advances.

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* Wrestling/KurtAngle's feud with Wrestling/BookerT stemmed from Angle's desire to have sex with Booker's wife, Sharmell. The [[AccidentalPun angle]] was used not long before their entries into Wrestling/{{TNA}} and was [{{re|cyledScript}}used [{{re|cylcedScript}}used with different players to send Wrestling/BobbyLashley out of Wrestling/{{TNA}}. His wife didn't take too kindly to Wrestling/ScottSteiner's forceful advances.
2nd Mar '16 10:40:35 PM IndirectActiveTransport
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* Wrestling/KurtAngle's feud with Wrestling/BookerT stemmed from Angle's desire to have sex with Booker's wife, Sharmell. The [[AccidentalPun angle]] was also used with different players to send Wrestling/BobbyLashley out of Wrestling/{{TNA}}. His wife didn't take too kindly to Wrestling/ScottSteiner's forceful advances.

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* Wrestling/KurtAngle's feud with Wrestling/BookerT stemmed from Angle's desire to have sex with Booker's wife, Sharmell. The [[AccidentalPun angle]] was also used not long before their entries into Wrestling/{{TNA}} and was [{{re|cyledScript}}used with different players to send Wrestling/BobbyLashley out of Wrestling/{{TNA}}. His wife didn't take too kindly to Wrestling/ScottSteiner's forceful advances.
2nd Mar '16 10:38:41 PM IndirectActiveTransport
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* Wrestling/KurtAngle's feud with Wrestling/BookerT stemmed from Angle's desire to have sex with Booker's wife, Sharmell. The [[AccidentalPun angle]] was also used with different players to send Wrestling/BobbyLashley out of Wrestling/{{TNA}}. His wife didn't take too kindly to Wrestling/ScottSteiner's forceful advances.
* In contrast to her [[KidAppealCharacter usual gimmick]], which was [[CharacterizationMarchesOn eventually]] associated [[SweetTooth by gluttony]], Solo Darling's stint in Wrestling/{{N|ationalWrestlingAlliance}}WA Ring Warriors was defined by lust, her openly questioning what love was without it. Unfortunately for her, audience members usually [[CheapHeat took offense to her teasing and flirting]].[[/folder]]
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