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24th Jun '16 2:44:06 AM Morgenthaler
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* Ed and Deetz from ''GetEd'' are confirmed through episodes as liking each other that way (with on screen kisses, shock).

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* Ed and Deetz from ''GetEd'' ''WesternAnimation/GetEd'' are confirmed through episodes as liking each other that way (with on screen kisses, shock).



* ''TeamoSupremo'': Crandall and Brenda, as [[WordOfGod confirmed by Phil Walsh]] in an interview. (Unfortunately, the show itself did not get to actually reveal it.)

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* ''TeamoSupremo'': ''WesternAnimation/TeamoSupremo'': Crandall and Brenda, as [[WordOfGod confirmed by Phil Walsh]] in an interview. (Unfortunately, the show itself did not get to actually reveal it.)
17th Jun '16 10:03:33 AM sorako
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* ''LightNovel/RakudaiKishiNoEiyuutan'': Ikki Kurogane and Stella Vermillion, the protagonists from the aforementioned Light Novel/Manga/Anime, on a twist of what would be easily mistaken for an harem series by how it begins, the couple is formed very early on the story, [[spoiler:around the end of volume 1 from the Light Novel, chapter 10 from the Manga and episode 4 of the Anime.]] The series also subverts many common tropes from harem series, where the main protagonists solve their differences rather quickly without pading the drama, instead focusing on progressing the romantic relationship.

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* ''LightNovel/RakudaiKishiNoEiyuutan'': ''LightNovel/ChivalryOfAFailedKnight'': Ikki Kurogane and Stella Vermillion, the protagonists from the aforementioned Light Novel/Manga/Anime, on a twist of what would be easily mistaken for an harem series by how it begins, the couple is formed very early on the story, [[spoiler:around story (around the end of volume 1 from the Light Novel, chapter 10 from the Manga and episode 4 of the Anime.]] The series also subverts many common tropes from harem series, where the main protagonists solve their differences rather quickly without pading the drama, instead focusing on progressing the romantic relationship.Anime).
9th Jun '16 5:21:06 PM DrZulu2010
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* At the end of ''VideoGame/ProjectXZone'' 2, Reiji [[spoiler: Propose to Xiaomu in marriage]].
8th Jun '16 9:27:16 PM Apocrypha
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** In ''Binding Blade'', the official couples are Juno/Zealot (married from the start, though you can A-support them to their friends and family as well as each other) and [[spoiler:Astore/Ingrene (their supports reveal that he's her missing husband Goloris and the father of her deceased child, though even if you A-support them it's up in their air whether they get back together)]]. It also favors Roy/Lilina, with the ending scene of the game being different if they have an A-support,

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** In ''Binding Blade'', the official couples are Juno/Zealot (married from the start, though you can A-support them to their friends and family as well as each other) and [[spoiler:Astore/Ingrene (their supports reveal that he's her missing husband Goloris and the father of her deceased child, though even if you A-support them it's up in their air whether they get back together)]]. It also favors Roy/Lilina, with the ending scene of the game being different if they have an A-support,A-support.
7th Jun '16 10:12:33 PM MyFinalEdits
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** The various games also have official couples not involving the Hero. For example, ''[[VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaMajorasMask Majora's Mask]]'' has Kafei and Anju, ''[[VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaTheWindWaker The Wind Waker]]'' has Anton and Linda, ''[[VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaTwilightPrincess Twilight Princess]]'' has the HappilyMarried Rusl and Uli.

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** The various games also have official couples not involving the Hero. For example, ''[[VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaMajorasMask Majora's Mask]]'' has Kafei and Anju, ''[[VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaTheWindWaker The Wind Waker]]'' has Anton and Linda, ''[[VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaTwilightPrincess Twilight Princess]]'' has the HappilyMarried Rusl and Uli.Uli, and ''[[VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaSkywardSword Skyward Sword]]'' has Pipit and Karane.
7th Jun '16 5:09:42 PM Apocrypha
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* ''VideoGame/RuneFactory'' allows the protagonist of each game to marry whomever he (or she, later on) wants, but there are certain love interests who the devs give special attention to in the intros, plot and official materials, and are clearly intended to be the canon choice.
** In the first game, the official couple was ''originally'' Raguna and [[{{Cloudcuckoolander}} Mist]]; however, the sequel, ''VideoGame/RuneFactoryFrontier'' retcons them to being friends, and later official material heavily suggests that in ''Frontier'' Raguna's canon wife was instead [[MysteriousWaif Iris]].
** In ''VideoGame/RuneFactory2'', [[DaddysGirl Mana]] is pushed as the love interest for Kyle. The intro is almost ''solely'' about them, and numerous people around town seem to expect them to hook up.
** Likewise, ''VideoGame/RuneFactory3'' pushes [[InnocentFlowerGirl Shara]] as the love interest for Micah, notably in the second intro where he always runs to and embraces her, regardless of who he actually married.
** ''VideoGame/RuneFactoryOceans'' clearly intends for the two deuteragonists, Aden and Sonja, to be a couple, seeing as whichever one you don't play as starts out with love points instead of friendship points.
** ''VideoGame/RuneFactory4'' doesn't have the same in-game pushing and intro favoritism the others do, but the official manga of the game pairs Lest up with [[SugarAndIcePersonality Dolce]] and Frey with [[{{Tsundere}} Dylas]].
7th Jun '16 8:12:46 AM Finlay44
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* The ''VideoGame/AssassinsCreedI'' timeframe has AltaE and Maria, while the ''VideoGame/AssassinsCreedII'' timeframe has Ezio and Sofia.

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* The ''VideoGame/AssassinsCreedI'' timeframe has AltaE Altair and Maria, while the ''VideoGame/AssassinsCreedII'' timeframe has Ezio and Sofia.
6th Jun '16 11:36:59 PM Apocrypha
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** ''Binding Blade'' and its prequel ''Blazing Sword'' do not deny many Couples. Most of the cast in ''Blazing Sword'' that have kids in ''Binding Blade'' don't explicitly name the other parent, so 2-3 other characters can end up marrying them by the player's choice of gameplay. Only six of the characters in ''Blazing Sword'' have defined relationships: the Fighter Bartre must end up with the Swordmaster Karla, the Sage Pent and the Sniper Louise are married from the start, and the Shaman Canas has a wife and son never met [[spoiler:(though it turns out he's one of the mages in ''Binding Blade'', Hugh).]] Hawkeye is also married, and [[spoiler:the father of archer Ingrene in ''Binding Blade'']]. The game still seems to favor [[TheHero Eliwood]][=/=][[MysteriousWaif Ninian]], [[TheLancer Hector]][=/=][[ActionGirl Lyn]], and [[TeenGenius Nino]][=/=][[HitmanWithAHeart Jaffar]].
** In ''Binding Blade'', the official couples are Juno/Zealot (married from the start, though you can A-support them to their friends and family as well as each other) and [[spoiler:Astore/Ingrene (their supports reveal that he's her missing husband Goloris and the father of her deceased child, though even if you A-support them it's up in their air whether they get back together)]].

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** ''Binding Blade'' and its prequel ''Blazing Sword'' do not deny many Couples.couples. Most of the cast in ''Blazing Sword'' that have kids in ''Binding Blade'' don't explicitly name the other parent, so 2-3 other characters can end up marrying them by the player's choice of gameplay. Only six of the characters in ''Blazing Sword'' have defined relationships: the Fighter Bartre must end up with the Swordmaster Karla, the Sage Pent and the Sniper Louise are married from the start, and the Shaman Canas has a wife and son never met [[spoiler:(though it turns out he's one of the mages in ''Binding Blade'', Hugh).]] Hawkeye is also married, and [[spoiler:the father of archer Ingrene in ''Binding Blade'']]. The game still seems to favor [[TheHero Eliwood]][=/=][[MysteriousWaif Ninian]], [[TheLancer Hector]][=/=][[ActionGirl Lyn]], and [[TeenGenius Nino]][=/=][[HitmanWithAHeart Jaffar]].
** In ''Binding Blade'', the official couples are Juno/Zealot (married from the start, though you can A-support them to their friends and family as well as each other) and [[spoiler:Astore/Ingrene (their supports reveal that he's her missing husband Goloris and the father of her deceased child, though even if you A-support them it's up in their air whether they get back together)]]. It also favors Roy/Lilina, with the ending scene of the game being different if they have an A-support,



** Other examples from throughout the series include Astram/Midia, Julian/Lena, Radd/Ceaser's unnamed sister, Abel/Est, and Merric/Elice from [[VideoGame/FireEmblemAkaneia the Akaneia titles]], Lewyn/Ferry (not outright confirmed until the {{interquel}} ''Thracia 776'', but VERY heavily implied in ''Geneology'') and Altena/Areone (not 100% comfirmed, but given she can't be paired with anyone in your army...) from [[VideoGame/FireEmblemJugdral the Jugdral games]], and, as a series-wide example[[note]]excluding ''Awakening''[='s=] Anna, who is stated to be [[MassiveNumberedSiblings a]] [[UncannyFamilyResemblance different]] [[InexplicablyIdenticalIndividuals Anna]][[/note]], Anna/Jake.

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** Other examples from throughout the series include Astram/Midia, Julian/Lena, Radd/Ceaser's unnamed sister, Abel/Est, and Merric/Elice from [[VideoGame/FireEmblemAkaneia the Akaneia titles]], Lewyn/Ferry (not outright confirmed until the {{interquel}} ''Thracia 776'', but VERY heavily implied in ''Geneology'') and Altena/Areone (not 100% comfirmed, confirmed, but given she can't be paired with anyone in your army...) from [[VideoGame/FireEmblemJugdral the Jugdral games]], and, as a series-wide example[[note]]excluding ''Awakening''[='s=] Anna, who is stated to be [[MassiveNumberedSiblings a]] [[UncannyFamilyResemblance different]] [[InexplicablyIdenticalIndividuals Anna]][[/note]], Anna/Jake.



*** The Female Avatar and Chrom: The female Avatar has the second highest priority to marry Chrom if they're both single by chapter 11 and Sumia is already married. They're also the main characters of the story, getting a lot of screen time and ShipTease and a ton of importance placed on their bond. [[spoiler:The "Lucina's Judgment" scene in chapter 21 even goes differently if the Avatar is her mother and Chrom's voice is what brings the Avatar back when she's being held hostage by Grima in the final chapter]].

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*** The Female Avatar and Chrom: The female Avatar has the second highest priority to marry Chrom if they're both single by chapter 11 and Sumia is already married. They're also the main characters of the story, getting a lot of screen time and ShipTease and a ton of importance placed on their bond. [[spoiler:The "Lucina's Judgment" scene in chapter 21 even goes differently if the Avatar is her mother and Chrom's voice is what brings the Avatar back when she's being held hostage by Grima in the final chapter]].



*** ''VideoGame/FireEmblemFates'' once again has no set couples, but Azura and a male Avatar come close with their strong bond and a lot of screen time together.

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*** ** ''VideoGame/FireEmblemFates'' once again has no set couples, but Azura and a male the Male Avatar come close with their strong bond and a lot bond, lots of screen time together. and ShipTease together, fast support growth, and the fact that they have three different support conversations together in a game where every other pair has one. Azura even has three unique [[LoveConfession confessions]] to go with them.
5th Jun '16 6:32:32 PM piazza
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* Fate and Love in ''Webcomic/{{Deities}}'' have been a couple since their first appearance.
3rd Jun '16 2:59:22 PM Grudgeal
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* ''VideoGame/Disgaea2CursedMemories'' has Adell and Rozalin, as foreshadowed heavily by the game's intro. The two start out as enemies, learn to respect and trust each other, [[HeIsNotMyBoyfriend go through repeated flustering denials to the rest of the party]], and end the game living together [[spoiler:after Adell uses ThePowerOfLove (and a BigDamnKiss) to seal away the SuperpoweredEvilSide of Rozalin's past life]]. When making cameos in later games, they almost inevitably come as a pair in DLC and everyone automatically assumes they're married.
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