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9th Feb '17 12:13:00 AM Morgenthaler
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* The Franchise/{{Batman}} villain [[GreenThumb Poison Ivy]] has this as one of her powers.

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* The Franchise/{{Batman}} villain [[GreenThumb Poison Ivy]] ComicBook/PoisonIvy has this as one of her powers.
30th Oct '16 10:12:59 AM nombretomado
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* Guardian parahumans in ''{{GURPS}}: Bio-tech'' have a combination Sex Pheromones and [[PowerPerversionPotential Dominance Pheromones]]. They're specifically designed to be masters of normal humans.

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* Guardian parahumans in ''{{GURPS}}: ''TabletopGame/{{GURPS}}: Bio-tech'' have a combination Sex Pheromones and [[PowerPerversionPotential Dominance Pheromones]]. They're specifically designed to be masters of normal humans.
16th Oct '16 3:02:51 PM TheNerevarine
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* Similar to Poison Ivy, ComicBook/TheMightyThor villain Amora the Enchantress uses her magic primarily for seducing and manipulating males.



* The veela in HarryPotter have this effect on men. It's never exactly clarified whether male veela exist or what effect they have on women, but its presumed they exist since the most prominent veela character is identified as ''half''-veela.

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* The veela in HarryPotter have this effect on men. It's never exactly clarified whether male veela exist or what effect they have on women, but its presumed they exist since Fleur Delacour, the most prominent veela character is identified as ''half''-veela.
9th Oct '16 9:24:44 PM TheNerevarine
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* The veela in HarryPotter have this effect on men. It's never exactly clarified whether male veela exist or what effect they have on women.

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* The veela in HarryPotter have this effect on men. It's never exactly clarified whether male veela exist or what effect they have on women. women, but its presumed they exist since the most prominent veela character is identified as ''half''-veela.
15th Aug '16 12:12:32 AM WillBGood
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--->'''Mulder (after watching Jade Blue Afterglow saunter down the hall)''': I don't know about you, Scully, but I am feeling the great need to blast the crap out of something.

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--->'''Mulder (after --->'''Mulder''' ''(after watching Jade Blue Afterglow saunter down the hall)''': hall)'': I don't know about you, Scully, but I am feeling the great need to blast the crap out of something.
15th Aug '16 12:12:01 AM WillBGood
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* Played straight with every single one of the Fairies in [[Literature/{{Reckless}} The Mirrorworld Series]]. [[spoiler: Jacob ends up "spending the night" with his ex-lover Miranda, even though he's rapidly running out of time to save his brother.]]
* In the Ringworld novels by Creator/LarryNiven, "vampires" are a nearly mindless branch of the Pak (ancestors of humans, and also of every humanoid species on the Ringworld) that secrete pheromones which are "close enough" to affect all other Pak-descendants (it's implied there are some hallucinogenic properties as well). The pheromone-fueled orgy that follows serves as a distraction to allow the vampires to feed.

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* Played straight with every single one of the Fairies in [[Literature/{{Reckless}} ''[[Literature/{{Reckless}} The Mirrorworld Series]].Series]]''. [[spoiler: Jacob ends up "spending the night" with his ex-lover Miranda, even though he's rapidly running out of time to save his brother.]]
* In the Ringworld ''Ringworld'' novels by Creator/LarryNiven, "vampires" are a nearly mindless branch of the Pak (ancestors of humans, and also of every humanoid species on the Ringworld) that secrete pheromones which are "close enough" to affect all other Pak-descendants (it's implied there are some hallucinogenic properties as well). The pheromone-fueled orgy that follows serves as a distraction to allow the vampires to feed.
15th Aug '16 12:11:31 AM WillBGood
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* Michael in the ''{{Literature/StarShardsChronicles}}'' has this ability when possessed by his parasite. Women are preternaturally attracted to him, no matter the age gap or marital status of said woman (he is introduced to the story when another main character walks in on him making out with a teacher at school). There is a downside, however: [[spoiler:if he has sex, then his parasite will devour his partner's soul. And his sex drive is constantly set for maximum due to the parasite's influence]].

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* Michael in the ''{{Literature/StarShardsChronicles}}'' ''Literature/StarShardsChronicles'' has this ability when possessed by his parasite. Women are preternaturally attracted to him, no matter the age gap or marital status of said woman (he is introduced to the story when another main character walks in on him making out with a teacher at school). There is a downside, however: [[spoiler:if he has sex, then his parasite will devour his partner's soul. And his sex drive is constantly set for maximum due to the parasite's influence]].
31st Jul '16 12:16:11 PM nombretomado
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* In the DCComics mini-series ''ComicBook/RelativeHeroes'', the heroine Allure has this as power. It is something of a CursedWithAwesome situation as she cannot the desire she inspires in others.

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* In the DCComics Creator/DCComics mini-series ''ComicBook/RelativeHeroes'', the heroine Allure has this as power. It is something of a CursedWithAwesome situation as she cannot the desire she inspires in others.
5th Jun '16 6:44:16 AM MarqFJA
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* Several characters in Marvel comics can induce lust as a main or secondary power. Spider-Woman (Jessica Drew) has an involuntary version: Starfox (Eros), the Mandrill and Daken have similar but controllable abilities. The Purple Man is ''widely'' despised, [[EvenEvilHasStandards even by many other villains,]] because he uses his broader mind-control abilities [[PowerPerversionPotential to accumulate sex slaves.]]

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* Several characters in Marvel comics can induce lust as a main or secondary power. Spider-Woman (Jessica Drew) has an involuntary version: version, while Starfox (Eros), the Mandrill and Daken have similar but controllable abilities. The Purple Man is ''widely'' despised, [[EvenEvilHasStandards even by many other villains,]] because he uses his broader mind-control abilities [[PowerPerversionPotential to accumulate sex slaves.]]
2nd Apr '16 12:09:07 PM Morgenthaler
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