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10th May '16 1:35:48 PM MiinU
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* ''Manga/GirlsBravo'': Fukuyama's estate is regularly patrolled by an army of gun wielding maids, who're all ex-military. But they're mainly there to cater to [[HandsomeLech his perversion]], since he has floor vents installed throughout the mansion to create updrafts whenever he wants to see [[PantyShot under their skirts.]]]

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* ''Manga/GirlsBravo'': Fukuyama's estate is regularly patrolled by an army of gun wielding maids, who're all ex-military. But they're mainly there to cater to [[HandsomeLech his perversion]], since he has floor vents installed throughout the mansion to create updrafts whenever he wants to see [[PantyShot under their skirts.]]]]]
10th May '16 1:35:10 PM MiinU
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* ''Manga/GirlsBravo'': Fukunaga's BodyguardBabes MaidCorps are expressly for Fanservice (namely, his own).

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* ''Manga/GirlsBravo'': Fukunaga's BodyguardBabes MaidCorps are expressly for Fanservice (namely, Fukuyama's estate is regularly patrolled by an army of gun wielding maids, who're all ex-military. But they're mainly there to cater to [[HandsomeLech his own).perversion]], since he has floor vents installed throughout the mansion to create updrafts whenever he wants to see [[PantyShot under their skirts.]]]
20th Apr '16 8:01:52 AM LadyJaneGrey
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* In the ''Series/GetSmart'' movie ''The Nude Bomb'', the villain's plan was to first destroy all fabric in the world and then rule it by becoming the only supplier of clothing. The obvious problem (how to provide such clothing) would be solved with his one expert seamstress and a cloning machine, which he planned to use to build an ''army'' of seamstresses. (In fact, the revelation that he ''had'' a clothing machine was the key to an important plot point that had puzzled the protagonist through the whole movie.)
17th Aug '15 10:40:04 AM ChaoticNovelist
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Oh, and usually they ''all'' wear {{Meido}} / FrenchMaid uniforms. Yes, including the ones whose duties would normally require a completely different dress code. [[SarcasmMode Such is the power of]] {{Fanservice}}.[[note]]Note to editors: Examples where fewer than, say, 2/3rds of them wear it may fit better under AmazonBrigade. If it's their equivalent of full dress uniform, [[TropesAreFlexible that's close enough.]][[/note]]

Some of the [[UpToEleven truly huge]] Maid Corps may leave one wondering how their employer's finances haven't collapsed yet from attempting to employ so many maids for so many (often [[GadgeteerGenius high]]-[[PrivateMilitaryContractor budget]]) "responsibilities"; thus, having a Maid Corps usually designates a character as [[{{Fiction 500}} obscenely filthy rich]].

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Oh, and usually they ''all'' wear {{Meido}} / FrenchMaid uniforms. Yes, including the ones whose duties would normally require a completely different dress code. [[SarcasmMode Such is the power of]] of {{Fanservice}}.[[note]]Note to editors: Examples where fewer than, say, 2/3rds of them wear it may fit better under AmazonBrigade. If it's their equivalent of full dress uniform, [[TropesAreFlexible that's close enough.]][[/note]]

Some of the [[UpToEleven truly huge]] huge Maid Corps may leave one wondering how their employer's finances haven't collapsed yet from attempting to employ so many maids for so many (often [[GadgeteerGenius high]]-[[PrivateMilitaryContractor budget]]) "responsibilities"; thus, having a Maid Corps usually designates a character as [[{{Fiction 500}} obscenely filthy rich]].
22nd Jul '15 4:50:42 PM nombretomado
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* ''MegamanBattleNetwork'': Yaito has a veritable army of maids, who in the AnimatedAdaptation can be seen in montages throughout several episodes doing random chores ''across the city''.

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* ''MegamanBattleNetwork'': ''VideoGame/MegamanBattleNetwork'': Yaito has a veritable army of maids, who in the AnimatedAdaptation can be seen in montages throughout several episodes doing random chores ''across the city''.
22nd Jun '15 3:05:07 AM StFan
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* ''{{Fireball}}'': Drossel has thousands of robotic servants made by her {{Posthumous Character}} father. However, they're all invisible and programmed to stay out of her way, so for God knows how long she wasn't aware they existed. [[HilarityEnsues And then Gedächtnis told her about them.]]
* In ''SacredSeven'', the Aiba Foundation has a literal army of maids. Not only do they take care of the typical house chores, but they also act as Mission Control, use weapons, and pilot support vehicles and generally act as backup for the main characters during battles.

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* ''{{Fireball}}'': ''Anime/{{Fireball}}'': Drossel has thousands of robotic servants made by her {{Posthumous Character}} PosthumousCharacter father. However, they're all invisible and programmed to stay out of her way, so for God knows how long she wasn't aware they existed. [[HilarityEnsues And then Gedächtnis told her about them.]]
* In ''SacredSeven'', ''Anime/SacredSeven'', the Aiba Foundation has a literal army of maids. Not only do they take care of the typical house chores, but they also act as Mission Control, use weapons, and pilot support vehicles and generally act as backup for the main characters during battles.
17th Jun '15 8:12:50 AM StFan
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* ''NajicaBlitzTactics'': Najica's first mission involves a rich woman who is served by such maid-bodyguards.

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* ''NajicaBlitzTactics'': ''Anime/NajicaBlitzTactics'': Najica's first mission involves a rich woman who is served by such maid-bodyguards.
11th Jun '15 7:08:10 PM ShinyTsukkomi
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* ''{{Gravion}}'': The staff of Klein Sandman's castle, excluding his BattleButler, are the co-TropeCodifier. To quote the {{Meido}} entry: "''Servant maids, Guard maids, [[NinjaMaid commando maids]], hacker maids, mechanic maids, and even one member of the central [[SuperRobot robotics]] team. [[spoiler:Who of course turns out to be a '''[[RidiculouslyHumanRobots Robot]]''' Maid]]''". [[http://img522.imageshack.us/img522/6586/moe30952gravion.jpg See for yourselves]].

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* ''{{Gravion}}'': ''Anime/{{Gravion}}'': The staff of Klein Sandman's castle, excluding his BattleButler, are the co-TropeCodifier. To quote the {{Meido}} entry: "''Servant maids, Guard maids, [[NinjaMaid commando maids]], hacker maids, mechanic maids, and even one member of the central [[SuperRobot robotics]] team. [[spoiler:Who of course turns out to be a '''[[RidiculouslyHumanRobots Robot]]''' Maid]]''". [[http://img522.imageshack.us/img522/6586/moe30952gravion.jpg See for yourselves]].
23rd Feb '15 1:16:32 PM StFan
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* In the ''Literature/{{Discworld}}'' novel ''Literature/IShallWearMidnight'', Tiffany discovers a different side to the haughty and snobbish Lady Keepsake. Visiting Keepsake Manor with Letitia Keepsake (daughter of Her Ladyship) Tiffany discovers there are ''many'' more domestic servants on the staff than the size of the place suggests. Letitia tells her that four out of every five are officially retired, and half the rest are paid to look after the elderly retired staff who are no longer capable. Lady Keepsake, for all her impatience, bluster and general horribleness, believes it is only right to look after those in old age who spent their working lives looking after her family. Keeping them in expenses-paid grace and favour accommodation is a pension for them.

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* In the ''Literature/{{Discworld}}'' novel ''Literature/IShallWearMidnight'', ''Discworld/IShallWearMidnight'', Tiffany discovers a different side to the haughty and snobbish Lady Keepsake. Visiting Keepsake Manor with Letitia Keepsake (daughter of Her Ladyship) Tiffany discovers there are ''many'' more domestic servants on the staff than the size of the place suggests. Letitia tells her that four out of every five are officially retired, and half the rest are paid to look after the elderly retired staff who are no longer capable. Lady Keepsake, for all her impatience, bluster and general horribleness, believes it is only right to look after those in old age who spent their working lives looking after her family. Keeping them in expenses-paid grace and favour accommodation is a pension for them.
30th Jul '14 3:22:15 PM Jake
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Oh, and usually they ''all'' wear {{Meido}} / FrenchMaid uniforms. Yes, including the ones whose duties would normally require a completely different dress code. [[SarcasmMode Such is the power of]] {{Fanservice}}.

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Oh, and usually they ''all'' wear {{Meido}} / FrenchMaid uniforms. Yes, including the ones whose duties would normally require a completely different dress code. [[SarcasmMode Such is the power of]] {{Fanservice}}.
{{Fanservice}}.[[note]]Note to editors: Examples where fewer than, say, 2/3rds of them wear it may fit better under AmazonBrigade. If it's their equivalent of full dress uniform, [[TropesAreFlexible that's close enough.]][[/note]]
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