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18th Jan '17 12:21:54 PM dangerdan97
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* The manga version of ''Manga/MagicKnightRayearth'', with Hikaru declaring she's going to marry both of her love interests. Though what Hikaru actually says is that she wants to be with the ones she loves forever (Which is how Eagle describes marriage), and then defines the ones she loves to be virtually entire cast.

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* The manga version of ''Manga/MagicKnightRayearth'', with Hikaru declaring she's going to marry both of her love interests. Though what Hikaru actually says is that she wants to be with the ones she loves forever (Which is how Eagle describes marriage), and then defines the ones she loves to be [[LoveYouAndEverybody virtually entire cast.cast]].
23rd Nov '16 5:42:18 AM Morgenthaler
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* ''{{Xanth}}'' -- Variant: The Magician Humphrey was a serial monogamist, but all of his wives meet up with each other in death and strike up an agreement to come BackFromTheDead, one each month, in order to spend time with him. They are okay with this because each woman genuinely loves Humphrey in her own way and he's the type of person who's only tolerable in small doses.
* In ''Literature/ASongOfIceAndFire'', while Daenerys hasn't ''actually'' used this as a resolution, she has ''thought'' about using it.

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* ''{{Xanth}}'' ''Literature/{{Xanth}}'' -- Variant: The Magician Humphrey was a serial monogamist, but all of his wives meet up with each other in death and strike up an agreement to come BackFromTheDead, one each month, in order to spend time with him. They are okay with this because each woman genuinely loves Humphrey in her own way and he's the type of person who's only tolerable in small doses.
* In ''Literature/ASongOfIceAndFire'', while ''Literature/ASongOfIceAndFire'':
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Daenerys hasn't ''actually'' used this as a resolution, she has ''thought'' about using it.it.
** Her ancestor Aegon the First ''did'' however, although it was a bigamous arrangement with his two sister-queens.
14th Oct '16 9:05:06 PM yukichigai
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* ''Manga/TrinitySeven'' has established this as one of the likely eventual outcomes of the story, since at least three of the titular seven have explicitly said they'd be open to it and one is [[DistaffCounterpart just as perverted as Arata]], and that's not even getting into the other female characters. Furthermore, due to the ''ViciousCycle'' [[spoiler:time loop of Arata eventually becoming the Magic King, taking the Trinity Seven as his soldier-concubines, then destroying the universe so it can promptly be remade again]] technically this has already happened at least once.

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* ''Manga/TrinitySeven'' has established this as one of the likely eventual outcomes of the story, since at least three of the titular seven have explicitly said they'd be open to it and one is [[DistaffCounterpart both without jealousy and sometimes just as perverted as Arata]], Arata towards the other girls, and that's not even getting into the other female characters. Furthermore, due to the ''ViciousCycle'' [[spoiler:time loop of Arata eventually becoming the Magic King, taking the Trinity Seven as his soldier-concubines, then destroying the universe so it can promptly be remade again]] again and repeat the cycle,]] technically this has already happened at least once.
13th Oct '16 10:31:52 PM yukichigai
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* ''Manga/TrinitySeven'' has established this as one of the likely eventual outcomes of the story, since at least three of the titular seven have explicitly said they'd be open to it and one is [[DistaffCounterpart just as perverted as Arata]], and that's not even getting into the other female characters. Furthermore, due to the ''ViciousCycle'' [[spoiler:time loop of Arata eventually becoming the Demon Lord, taking the Trinity Seven as his soldier-concubines, then destroying the universe so it can promptly be remade again]] technically this has already happened at least once.

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* ''Manga/TrinitySeven'' has established this as one of the likely eventual outcomes of the story, since at least three of the titular seven have explicitly said they'd be open to it and one is [[DistaffCounterpart just as perverted as Arata]], and that's not even getting into the other female characters. Furthermore, due to the ''ViciousCycle'' [[spoiler:time loop of Arata eventually becoming the Demon Lord, Magic King, taking the Trinity Seven as his soldier-concubines, then destroying the universe so it can promptly be remade again]] technically this has already happened at least once.
13th Oct '16 10:22:09 PM yukichigai
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* ''Manga/TrinitySeven'' has established this as one of the likely eventual outcomes of the story, since at least three of the titular seven have explicitly said they'd be open to it and one is [[DistaffCounterpart just as perverted as Arata]], and that's not even getting into the other female characters. Furthermore, due to the ''ViciousCycle'' [[spoiler:time loop of Arata eventually becoming the Demon Lord, taking the Trinity Seven as his soldier-concubines, then destroying the universe so it can promptly be remade again]] technically this has already happened at least once.
8th Oct '16 4:18:13 PM GlitteringFlowers
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** The discovery in the {{OVA}} that Juraians practice polygamy implies that Tenchi could do this. In the original series, he tends towards NoRomanticResolution by remaining friendly with all of the girls but not favoring any of them, but in the core continuity's [[AllThereInTheManual tie-in doujinshi]], it is clearly stated that [[spoiler:he did eventually marry them all]]. This trope was originally called the "Tenchi Solution".

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** The discovery in the {{OVA}} that Juraians practice polygamy implies that Tenchi could do this. In the original series, he tends towards NoRomanticResolution by remaining friendly with all of the girls but not favoring any of them, but in the core continuity's [[AllThereInTheManual tie-in doujinshi]], it is clearly stated that [[spoiler:he did eventually marry them all]].all, though Washu is the first one to bear him a child]]. This trope was originally called the "Tenchi Solution".



** It may (emphasis on ''may'') have been played considerably straighter in the backstory as well, but between [[spoiler: King Sumeragi, his wife Queen Ikona, and his second wife Mikoto.]] [[spoiler: According to Hinoka's supports with the Avatar, Mikoto showed up one day with "a newborn baby"—the Avatar—and married Sumeragi. Problem is, Takumi and Sakura are younger than the Avatar—they couldn't have been born yet, meaning their real mother (Queen Ikona) was still alive at the time. Since Hoshido is modeled after MedievalJapan, where Emperors and highranked noblemen were allowed to have wives ''and'' mistresses, it's likely that Sumeragi had Ikona as his wife ''and'' Mikoto as a mix of advisor and concubine, and was savvy enough to sire children only with Ikona (plus adopting Mikoto's child) so no in-fighting would be had. As a result, when Ikona died Mikoto married Sumeragi without lots of opposition from the court, and became the official Queen after his murder.]]

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** It may (emphasis on ''may'') have been played considerably straighter in the backstory as well, but between [[spoiler: King Sumeragi, his first wife Queen Ikona, and his second wife Mikoto.]] [[spoiler: According to Hinoka's supports with the Avatar, Mikoto showed up one day with "a newborn baby"—the Avatar—and married Sumeragi. Problem is, Takumi and Sakura are younger than the Avatar—they couldn't have been born yet, meaning their real mother (Queen Ikona) was still alive at the time. Since Hoshido is modeled after MedievalJapan, where Emperors and highranked noblemen were allowed to have wives ''and'' mistresses, mistresses (plus many capable noblewomen made careers for themselves out of being lovers to powerful men), it's likely that Sumeragi had Ikona as his wife official consort ''and'' Mikoto as a mix of advisor and concubine, and was savvy enough to sire children only with Ikona (plus adopting Mikoto's child) so no in-fighting would be had. As a result, when Ikona died [[RemarriedToTheMistress Mikoto married Sumeragi Sumeragi]] without lots of opposition from the court, and became the official Queen after his murder.]]



* As mentioned above, while the ''VisualNovel/SchoolDays'' anime does NOT go this route, [[DifficultButAwesome if you work for it]] you can potentially get Makoto to score ''and'' stay with both Kotonoha and Sekai.

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* As mentioned above, while the ''VisualNovel/SchoolDays'' anime does NOT go this route, [[DifficultButAwesome if you work the player works for it]] you he or she can potentially get Makoto to score ''and'' stay with both Kotonoha and Sekai.



** In the sequel/expansion Shuffle! Essence+ this is explicitly the ending for Kareha that Rin agree to marry both her and her sister Tsubomi and more specifically in Tsubomi's end that she refuses to have a relationship with Rin unless he agree to marry EVERY girl who's in love with him as well.

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** In the sequel/expansion Shuffle! Essence+ ''Shuffle! Essence+'' this is explicitly the basis fot Kareha's ending for Kareha that Rin agree (Rin agrees to marry both her and her sister Tsubomi Tsubomi) and more specifically in Tsubomi's end that she (she refuses to have a relationship with Rin unless he agree agrees to marry EVERY girl who's ALL the girls who are in love with him as well.well).
31st Aug '16 5:36:07 PM Iruparatso
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** In the canon spinoff ''Anime/TenchiMuyoWarOnGeminar'', Tenchi's brother Kenshi mentions all of Tenchi's girls as his "elder sisters", implying that 15 years after the OVA end, they are still arround him.

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** In the canon spinoff ''Anime/TenchiMuyoWarOnGeminar'', Tenchi's brother Kenshi mentions all of Tenchi's girls as his "elder sisters", implying that 15 years after the OVA end, they are still arround around him.



* As seen in chapter 162 of ''Manga/ToLoveRu'', Lala not only does not mind the possibility of both her and Haruna marrying Rito but is actively enthusiastic about it. Later, he accidentally says "I love you" to several of the other girls (even thought it was meant for Haruna, and Lala does not mind sharing him with them too. And it's implied that, by Deviluke law, he could take even more wives once he becomes king after officially marrying Lala. Hooray for the harem?

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* As seen in chapter 162 of ''Manga/ToLoveRu'', Lala not only does not mind the possibility of both her and Haruna marrying Rito but is actively enthusiastic about it. Later, he accidentally says "I love you" to several of the other girls (even thought it was meant for Haruna, Haruna), and Lala does not mind sharing him with them too. And it's implied that, by Deviluke law, he could take even more wives once he becomes king after officially marrying Lala. Hooray for the harem?
11th Aug '16 5:09:15 PM mlsmithca
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* In ''{{Manga/Gintama}}'', Gintoki ended up in one of these situations after a particularly spectacular bender. He ended up trying to set up households with almost the entire main female cast including [[CoolOldLady Ototse]] and shockingly, even [[ButtMonkey Hasegawa]] ''WHO IS A MARRIED HETEROSEXUAL MALE'', and nearly went nuts in the process. [[spoiler:The whole thing was set up by the women in an attempt to get him to stop drinking so much.]] [[spoiler:Except Hasegawa, who was not part of the set up.]]

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* In ''{{Manga/Gintama}}'', Gintoki ended up in one of these situations after a particularly spectacular bender. He ended up trying to set up households with almost the entire main female cast including [[CoolOldLady Ototse]] and shockingly, even [[ButtMonkey Hasegawa]] ''WHO IS A MARRIED HETEROSEXUAL MALE'', ''who is a married heterosexual male'', and nearly went nuts in the process. [[spoiler:The whole thing was set up by the women in an attempt to get him to stop drinking so much.]] [[spoiler:Except Hasegawa, who was not part of the set up.]]
26th Jul '16 4:25:08 PM nombretomado
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* A [[http://arthurkingoftimeandspace.com/0414.htm version of this]] is the solution for Guenevere's affair with Lancelot in the Space Arc of ''ArthurKingOfTimeAndSpace'', and [[http://arthurkingoftimeandspace.com/0811.htm seems to be leading to that]] in the Modern Arc, especially as [[spoiler: it seems Guenevere's second child (named Galahad) is Lancelot's]]. Confirmed in [[http://arthurkingoftimeandspace.com/3faces/baiy.htm this]] ''Webcomic/TheHeroOfThreeFaces''.

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* A [[http://arthurkingoftimeandspace.com/0414.htm version of this]] is the solution for Guenevere's affair with Lancelot in the Space Arc of ''ArthurKingOfTimeAndSpace'', ''Webcomic/ArthurKingOfTimeAndSpace'', and [[http://arthurkingoftimeandspace.com/0811.htm seems to be leading to that]] in the Modern Arc, especially as [[spoiler: it seems Guenevere's second child (named Galahad) is Lancelot's]]. Confirmed in [[http://arthurkingoftimeandspace.com/3faces/baiy.htm this]] ''Webcomic/TheHeroOfThreeFaces''.
1st Jul '16 5:34:13 PM KamenRiderOokalf
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* The MagicalGirlLyricalNanoha one-shot "[[http://www.fanfiction.net/s/5505618/1/ Nanoha's Problem]]" takes this trope to its logical extreme.

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* The MagicalGirlLyricalNanoha ''Franchise/LyricalNanoha'' one-shot "[[http://www.fanfiction.net/s/5505618/1/ Nanoha's Problem]]" takes this trope to its logical extreme.
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