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20th Nov '17 7:33:25 PM LadyNorbert
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** Dragged through the mud and deconstructed with Enesdia. Her betrothed Andarist has delusions about her IncorruptiblePurePureness. Her brother Kadaspala has an unhealthy obsession -- though not of a romantic nature -- with how pure and virtuous she is and considers her impending marriage to be detrimental to those qualities. Others consider her vain and spoiled. She is none of these extremes, and the only one who sees that, Cryl Durav, thinks she only considers him her adopted brother and is unreacheable for him for other reasons.

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** Dragged through the mud and deconstructed with Enesdia. Her betrothed Andarist has delusions about her IncorruptiblePurePureness. Her brother Kadaspala has an unhealthy obsession -- though not of a romantic nature -- with how pure and virtuous she is and considers her impending marriage to be detrimental to those qualities. Others consider her vain and spoiled. She is none of these extremes, and the only one who sees that, Cryl Durav, thinks she only considers him her adopted brother and is unreacheable unreachable for him for other reasons.
29th Oct '17 10:47:03 AM Overfiend
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* Played with and/or deconstructed over the course of the original ''Film/ Star Wars'' trilogy, vis a vis Han Solo and Princess Leia Organa. In the very first film (Episode IV: A New Hope), the pirate mercenary Solo, after a heated argument with the recently rescued princess/senator/revolutionary, nevertheless admits feelings for her, and begins to ask farm boy main protagonist Luke Skywalker (who also has romantic designs on her) if "You think a princess and a guy like me..." only to be cut off with a very curt and blunt "no". Solo and Organa of course later on become romantically entangled over the course of later movies, and eventually marry.

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* Played with and/or deconstructed over the course of the original ''Film/ Star Wars'' trilogy, vis a vis Han Solo and Princess Leia Organa. In the very first film (Episode IV: A New Hope), the pirate mercenary Solo, after a heated argument with the recently rescued princess/senator/revolutionary, nevertheless admits feelings for her, and begins to ask farm boy main protagonist Luke Skywalker (who also has romantic designs on her) if "You think a princess and a guy like me..." only to be cut off with a very curt and blunt "no". Solo and Organa of course later on become romantically entangled over the course of later movies, and eventually marry.
29th Oct '17 10:45:56 AM Overfiend
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* Played with and/or deconstructed over the course of the original ''Film/ Star Wars'' trilogy, vis a vis Han Solo and Princess Leia Organa. In the very first film (Episode IV: A New Hope), Solo, after a heated argument with the recently rescued Princess, nevertheless admits feelings for her, and begins to ask farm boy main protagonist Luke Skywalker (who also has romantic designs on her) if "You think a princess and a guy like me..." only to be cut off with a very curt and blunt "no". Solo and Organa of course later on become romantically entangled over the course of later movies, and eventually marry.

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* Played with and/or deconstructed over the course of the original ''Film/ Star Wars'' trilogy, vis a vis Han Solo and Princess Leia Organa. In the very first film (Episode IV: A New Hope), the pirate mercenary Solo, after a heated argument with the recently rescued Princess, princess/senator/revolutionary, nevertheless admits feelings for her, and begins to ask farm boy main protagonist Luke Skywalker (who also has romantic designs on her) if "You think a princess and a guy like me..." only to be cut off with a very curt and blunt "no". Solo and Organa of course later on become romantically entangled over the course of later movies, and eventually marry.
29th Oct '17 10:44:25 AM Overfiend
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* Played with and/or deconstructed over the course of the original ''Film/ Star Wars'' trilogy, vis a vis Han Solo and Princess Leia Organa. In the very first film (Episode IV: A New Hope), Solo, after a heated argument with the recently rescued Princess, nevertheless admits feelings for her, and begins to ask farm boy main protagonist Luke Skywalker (who also has romantic designs on her) if "You think a princess and a guy like me..." only to be cut off with a very curt and blunt "no". Solo and Organa of course later on become romantically entangled over the course of later movies, and eventually marry.
5th Oct '17 3:46:37 PM MiinU
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* ''Manga/MakenKi'': Usui falls for [[{{pettanko}} Himegami]], who's considered to be [[HelloNurse one of the hottest girls]] at Tenbi Academy. Which made his chances of hooking up with her seem unlikely to begin with; becoming much less likely once he and the others learn she's [[spoiler: the daughter of Yamato no Orochi]]. Meaning, she's both [[BlueBlood royalty]] ''and'' [[spoiler: a demi-goddess]]! But she [[{{Subverted}} subverts it]] near the end of chapter 65, when she tells him [[http://www.mangatown.com/manga/maken_ki/c065/21.html she's not above him]] and finally provides him with [[http://www.mangatown.com/manga/maken_ki/c065/22.html a faint glimmer]] [[http://www.mangatown.com/manga/maken_ki/c065/23.html of hope.]]

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* ''Manga/MakenKi'': Usui falls for [[{{pettanko}} [[ElegantGothicLolita Himegami]], who's considered to be [[HelloNurse one of the hottest girls]] at Tenbi Academy. Which made his chances of hooking up with her seem unlikely to begin with; becoming much less likely once he and the others learn she's [[spoiler: the daughter of Yamato no Orochi]]. Meaning, she's both [[BlueBlood royalty]] ''and'' [[spoiler: a demi-goddess]]! But she [[{{Subverted}} subverts it]] near the end of chapter 65, when she tells him [[http://www.mangatown.com/manga/maken_ki/c065/21.html she's not above him]] and finally provides him with [[http://www.mangatown.com/manga/maken_ki/c065/22.html a faint glimmer]] [[http://www.mangatown.com/manga/maken_ki/c065/23.html of hope.]]
29th Apr '17 4:02:45 PM nombretomado
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* Most ''VideoGame/TokimekiMemorial'' games, including the [[DistaffCounterpart Girls' Side series]], have as the main love interest a seemingly perfect character who is beautiful, athletic, intelligent, beloved by the school populace, and easily the most difficult character to win over.

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* Most ''VideoGame/TokimekiMemorial'' ''VisualNovel/TokimekiMemorial'' games, including the [[DistaffCounterpart Girls' Side series]], have as the main love interest a seemingly perfect character who is beautiful, athletic, intelligent, beloved by the school populace, and easily the most difficult character to win over.
23rd Mar '17 4:39:10 AM Scabbard
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* Griffith from ''Manga/{{Berserk}}'' has shades of this, being not only a FatherToHisMen but an [[LongHairedPrettyBoy incredibly beautiful man]] in an otherwise gritty setting. His lieutenants [[TheProtagonist Guts]] and [[TheSquadette Casca]] are both implied to have feelings for him but see him as too perfect to approach, and end up settling for each other instead. Unfortunately, the same cannot be said of [[TheSociopath Griffith]]'s feelings [[{{Yandere}} for his lieutenants]]. When Guts overhears Griffith claim that his only friends are those he sees as equals, he temporarily quits Griffith's service and leaves on a journey to find himself; to say Griffith takes this poorly would be a [[MoralEventHorizon massive understatement]].

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* Griffith from ''Manga/{{Berserk}}'' has shades of this, being not only a FatherToHisMen but an [[LongHairedPrettyBoy incredibly beautiful man]] in an otherwise gritty setting. His lieutenants [[TheProtagonist Guts]] and [[TheSquadette Casca]] are both implied to have feelings for him but see him as too perfect to approach, and end up settling falling for each other instead. Unfortunately, the same cannot be said of [[TheSociopath Griffith]]'s feelings [[{{Yandere}} for his lieutenants]]. When Guts overhears Griffith claim that his only friends are those he sees as equals, he temporarily quits Griffith's service and leaves on a journey to find himself; to say Griffith takes this poorly would be a [[MoralEventHorizon massive understatement]].
10th Feb '17 7:28:40 PM ectostar
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15th Jan '17 12:16:39 PM Prime32
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* Griffith from ''Manga/{{Berserk}}'' has shades of this, being not only a FatherToHisMen but an [[LongHairedPrettyBoy incredibly beautiful man]] in an otherwise gritty setting. His lieutenants [[TheProtagonist Guts]] and [[TheSquadette Casca]] are both implied to have feelings for him but see him as too perfect to approach, and end up settling for each other instead. Unfortunately, the same cannot be said of [[TheSociopath Griffith]]'s feelings [[{{Yandere}} for his lieutenants]]. When Guts overhears Griffith claim that his only friends are those he sees as equals, he temporarily quits Griffith's service and leaves on a journey to find himself; to say Griffith takes this poorly would be a [[MoralEventHorizon massive understatement]].
29th Nov '16 8:28:35 AM Chariset
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* Dulcinea in ''Theatre/ManOfLaMancha'' is too perfect to be real (which is why it's not really a surprise when it turns out she isn't). She is Don Quixote's HerosMuse and a winsome twist of his HorribleJudgeOfCharacter ways -- the wretched Aldonza, hearing herself called Dulcinea, is eventually inspired to try to live up to it.
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