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15th Mar '16 6:19:01 PM OminousBoardOfInvestors
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* The character is a [[AlwaysFemale female]] lead and often a LoveInterest to TheHero in a ScienceFiction or occasionally {{Fantasy}} work, and is teenaged or in her twenties with an [[MysteriousWaif other-wordly appearance]].

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* The character is a [[AlwaysFemale female]] lead and often a LoveInterest to TheHero in a ScienceFiction or occasionally {{Fantasy}} work, and is teenaged or in her twenties with an [[MysteriousWaif other-wordly other-worldly appearance]].
19th Dec '15 6:13:30 PM Discar
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The Phlebotinum Girl is extremely likely to cross-over with the tropes MacGuffinGirl, BarrierMaiden, ApocalypseMaiden, LivingBattery, MysteriousWaif and GirlInABox.

The ReiAyanamiExpy is a very similar phenomena, Rei herself initially being one of these. Also compare SpaceshipGirl and MacGuffinGirl.

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The Phlebotinum Girl is extremely likely to cross-over with the tropes MacGuffinGirl, LivingMacGuffin, BarrierMaiden, ApocalypseMaiden, LivingBattery, MysteriousWaif and GirlInABox.

GirlInABox. The ReiAyanamiExpy is a very similar phenomena, Rei herself initially being one of these. Also compare SpaceshipGirl and MacGuffinGirl.
SpaceshipGirl.
11th Nov '15 3:54:09 PM JoieDeCombat
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* Cardia in ''VisualNovel/CodeRealize'' is a beautiful, doll-like young woman whose [[PoisonousPerson body contains a deadly, corrosive poison]] which melts anything she touches. She's sought after by most of the game's villains for the [[MineralMacGuffin Horologium]], a [[GemHeart crystal embedded in her chest]] which is both the source of the poison in her body and a potential source of nearly-unlimited energy; between this and the way that most people react when they see her poison in action, she's frequently at the center of both extraordinary events and some very ugly conflicts even though all she wants is to be able to touch someone without hurting them.
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26th Oct '15 4:16:08 PM bonesawisready
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* Creator/StevenMoffat is a fan of them. In order to subvert the [[Series/DoctorWho Time Lord]]/Companion relationship, he puts them on semi-equal footing by intervening them into the Doctor's long life.

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* Creator/StevenMoffat is a fan of them. In order to subvert the [[Series/DoctorWho Time Lord]]/Companion relationship, he puts them on semi-equal footing by intervening interweaving them into the Doctor's long life.
26th Oct '15 4:15:45 PM bonesawisready
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* ''[[Series/StarTrekEnterprise Enterprise]]'' -- The [[spoiler: Romulans]] employ a special gifted psychic alien in some kind of neural interface to pilot their cloaking ship [[spoiler: from a base on their homeworld]]. A major plot point is recovering the said alien.

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* ''[[Series/StarTrekEnterprise Enterprise]]'' -- The [[spoiler: Romulans]] employ a special gifted psychic alien in some kind of neural interface to pilot their cloaking ship [[spoiler: from a base on their homeworld]]. A major plot point is recovering the said alien. Sounds as if Brannon Braga's been raiding story ideas from ''[[{{Series/BabylonFive}} B5]]'' again.


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* Creator/StevenMoffat is a fan of them. In order to subvert the [[Series/DoctorWho Time Lord]]/Companion relationship, he puts them on semi-equal footing by intervening them into the Doctor's long life.
-->'''[[http://docohobigfinish.blogspot.co.uk/2015/10/the-woman-who-lived-written-by.html Joe Ford]]''': River Song and her scattered narrative, meeting the Doctor in the wrong order. Amy Pond, the Girl Who Waited. Clara Oswald, the Impossible Girl who was scattered through the Doctor's timeline. And now Ashildr, the girl who lived forever mopping up the consequences of the Doctor's adventures. All of these women have something vital in common, beyond the hook they are hung on they really aren't very interesting.
23rd Oct '15 3:50:02 PM Famfrit
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* The character is prone to having a mental breakdown or HeroicBSOD of some kind in her series at least once, perhaps as a response to some horrible thing she has been forced to do, the Phlebotinum she controls effecting her mind and taking control of her, or her controllers using some method of mind-control on her. Sometimes ThePowerOfLove can break her mind control or otherwise leads to her freedom.

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* The character is prone to having a mental breakdown or HeroicBSOD of some kind in her series at least once, perhaps as a response to some horrible thing she has been forced to do, the Phlebotinum she controls effecting affecting her mind and taking control of her, or her controllers using some method of mind-control on her. Sometimes ThePowerOfLove can break her mind control or otherwise leads to her freedom.
1st Oct '15 4:43:49 PM nombretomado
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* [[GirlInABox Melfina]] is this for the [[CoolStarship Outlaw]] [[{{Outlaw Star}} Star]]. Both she and the ship were created to locate a legendary space treasure built by an [[{{Precursors}} ancient alien race]].

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* [[GirlInABox Melfina]] is this for the [[CoolStarship Outlaw]] [[{{Outlaw [[Manga/{{Outlaw Star}} Star]]. Both she and the ship were created to locate a legendary space treasure built by an [[{{Precursors}} ancient alien race]].
13th Sep '15 8:52:58 PM Willbyr
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* ''IriyaNoSoraUFONoNatsu'' -- has Kana Iriya piloting a super-advanced fighter jet. She's not oppressed, but she is the only one who can pilot it.

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* ''IriyaNoSoraUFONoNatsu'' ''LightNovel/IriyaNoSoraUFONoNatsu'' -- has Kana Iriya piloting a super-advanced fighter jet. She's not oppressed, but she is the only one who can pilot it.
15th Jun '15 9:26:34 AM nombretomado
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** While we're on JossWhedon, River Tam in ''Series/{{Firefly}}'' and especially ''Film/{{Serenity}}''.
* Max in ''DarkAngel''.

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** While we're on JossWhedon, Creator/JossWhedon, River Tam in ''Series/{{Firefly}}'' and especially ''Film/{{Serenity}}''.
* Max in ''DarkAngel''.''Series/DarkAngel''.
12th Jun '15 7:08:29 AM StFan
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* ''MacrossII'' -- Ishtar is an emulator, a tool of the Marduk who can motivate Zentran to fight to the death with creepy singing. She is rescued by the hero early on, so naturally the Marduk try to recapture her. [[spoiler: PlayedWith because the hero hooks up with someone else in the end]]

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* ''MacrossII'' ''Anime/MacrossII'' -- Ishtar is an emulator, a tool of the Marduk who can motivate Zentran to fight to the death with creepy singing. She is rescued by the hero early on, so naturally the Marduk try to recapture her. [[spoiler: PlayedWith because the hero hooks up with someone else in the end]]
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