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16th Aug '17 9:37:19 AM SeptimusHeap
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** Also with Mutsuki Asahina, a Shinto {{Miko}} who is rather... ''interested'' [[{{Shotacon}} in younger boys.]]

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** Also with Mutsuki Asahina, a Shinto {{Miko}} who is rather... ''interested'' [[{{Shotacon}} [[NoYay in younger boys.]]
23rd Jul '17 6:53:39 AM gemmabeta2
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* A staple of the candid-camera prank show ''Just for Laughs Gags'' involves nuns, usually doing something naughty or sexual. The joke is helped along by the fact that the show is shot in Quebec, which has a large number of actual nuns.
15th Jul '17 9:12:00 AM LadyJaneGrey
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* The trailer (not the actual game, thank goodness) for ''VideoGame/HitmanAbsolution'' features a group of nun-themed-{{Dominatrix}}es with machine guns as 47's foes. (No, seriously. It was hard for critics to decide whether it was more controversial that these leather-clad nuns were the enemies, or that the protagonist was killing them in cold blood. It didn't go over well.)
9th Jul '17 4:02:45 PM nombretomado
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* A British WorldWarII PublicServiceAnnouncement film warned the public to be on the look out for [[AllGermansAreNazis Nazi]] paratroopers disguised as nuns. People were warned to look out for nuns with hairy forearms, adam's apples, and tattoos spelling out [[UsefulNotes/AdolfHitler H.I.T.L.E.R]].

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* A British WorldWarII UsefulNotes/WorldWarII PublicServiceAnnouncement film warned the public to be on the look out for [[AllGermansAreNazis Nazi]] paratroopers disguised as nuns. People were warned to look out for nuns with hairy forearms, adam's apples, and tattoos spelling out [[UsefulNotes/AdolfHitler H.I.T.L.E.R]].
4th Jul '17 5:15:55 PM SAMAS
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* In ''VideoGame/LaPucelle'', Prier is rude, very violent (inside and outside her demon hunting job), steals on occasion from the Church, doesn't take prayer that seriously, and sometimes outright decides to go against their own Holy Scriptures. Everyone calls her out on that.
** Keep in mind Prier apparently really did become a Demon Overlord in the ''Franchise/{{Disgaea}}'' games.

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* In ''VideoGame/LaPucelle'', Prier is rude, very violent (inside and outside her demon hunting job), steals on occasion from the Church, doesn't take prayer that seriously, and sometimes outright decides to go against their own Holy Scriptures. Everyone calls her out on that.
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that. In a hidden ending of the game, Prier apparently really did can even become a Demon Overlord!
** Prier appears ''as''
a Demon Overlord in the ''Franchise/{{Disgaea}}'' games.games. Considering that there have been roughtly six games in that series(not counting spinoffs), She's been depicted as a demon more than she has been a nun, to the point that an UpdatedRerelease of ''La Pucelle'' included a second quest featuring Demon Overlord Prier. Indeed, it wasn't until ''VideoGame/DisgaeaD2'' that she even had an option to appear as her Human side.
17th Jun '17 6:36:04 AM ironballs16
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-->'''Mother Superior''': Dammit! Lost another one.\\

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-->'''Mother Superior''': Dammit! Damn! Lost another one.\\
17th Jun '17 6:35:41 AM ironballs16
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* A similar example appears on ''Film/SavingSilverman'', as the nuns have a ''very'' well-stocked fitness center on their grounds, and are perfectly understanding when Sandy expresses her desire to leave... to her face.
-->'''Mother Superior''': Dammit! Lost another one.\\
'''Nun''': Son of a bitch!
17th Jun '17 6:31:31 AM ironballs16
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* Here's one: A couple of nuns go into the city to buy some groceries for their convent. But they aren't very experienced drivers and soon they get lost and run out of gas in a bad part of town. A local gang sees their expensive car, and the leader comes over and leans on the hood and sticks a gun in Sister Mary's face. She says "Sister Agatha, what should I do?," and Sister Agatha says "Show him your cross," and Sister Mary says, "Get off my fucking car!"

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* Here's one: A couple of nuns go into the city to buy some groceries for their convent. But they aren't very experienced drivers and soon they get lost and run out of gas in a bad part of town. A local gang sees their expensive car, and the leader comes over and leans on the hood and sticks a gun in Sister Mary's face. She says "Sister Agatha, what should I do?," and Sister Agatha says "Show "[[AmbiguousSyntax Show him your cross," cross]]," and Sister Mary says, "Get off my fucking car!"
16th May '17 7:12:04 PM Dravencour
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* ''VideoGame/DragonAgeOrigins'' gives us [[ActionGirl Lel]][[BiTheWay iana]] who used to be a nun before she joined your party. While she qualifies for this trope based on how unlike the nuns of her setting she is, there are ''several'' subversions here. The big one is she disagree's with Chantry dogma and believes the creator is a loving god instead of an [[NeglectfulPrecursors indifferent one]].

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* ''VideoGame/DragonAgeOrigins'' gives us [[ActionGirl Lel]][[BiTheWay iana]] who used to be a nun before she joined your party. While she qualifies for this trope based on how unlike the nuns of her setting she is, there are ''several'' subversions here. The big one is she disagree's disagrees with Chantry dogma and believes the creator is a loving god instead of an [[NeglectfulPrecursors indifferent one]].



* ''VideoGame/{{Bayonetta}}'', the hypersexualized, sadistic titular protagonist enjoys doing the whole nun thing, and judging from the fact her job is doing graveyard burials and last rites disguised as a one, it's entirely possible that it's her cover story/a way to piss off enough angels to meet her quota.

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* ''VideoGame/{{Bayonetta}}'', the hypersexualized, sadistic titular protagonist enjoys doing the whole nun thing, and judging from the fact her job is doing does graveyard burials and last rites disguised dressed as a one, it's entirely possible that it's her most likely as both a cover story/a story and a way to piss off enough angels to meet lure in her quota. angelic enemies so that she can do her actual job of killing them to keep the demons of Inferno happy.
7th Apr '17 8:58:12 PM AtticusOmundson
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*** However, this is heavily averted with Orsola Aquinas. She's so incredibly kind and devout that she even forgives and helps those who only a few weeks ago attempted to murder her.
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