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21st Apr '17 1:31:21 PM GlassRain
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* ''Webcomic/AngelMoxie'': Ms. Konk. Her creator makes some drastic changes to her, revamping the scary old lady robot to a bubbly, ditz, with a body like a supermodel.
21st Apr '17 4:23:42 AM Divra
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Contrast UncannyValleyGirl and SpaceshipGirl.

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Contrast UncannyValleyGirl UncannyValleyGirl, SpaceshipGirl and SpaceshipGirl.
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13th Apr '17 9:31:04 AM Hanz
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* In ''VideoGame/NierAutomata'' there are the [=YoRHa=] unit's, combat androids sent by the surviving humans on the moon to combat the alien robots that has invaded Earth, the female unit 2B being the main character.

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* In ''VideoGame/NierAutomata'' there are the [=YoRHa=] unit's, combat androids sent by the surviving humans on the moon to combat the alien robots that has invaded Earth, the female unit 2B being the main character. [[spoiler:Devola and Popola]] also return from the original ''Videogame/{{Nier}}'', or to be more exact, [[spoiler:two Devola and Popola model robots who are unrelated to the previous ones.]]
13th Apr '17 12:23:43 AM Mooncalf
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* ''VideoGame/{{Starbound}}'': The Glitch are an entire race of sapient robots (who, because of certain reasons, believe themselves to be living in medieval times), so half of them qualify. You can play as one, as well as invite them to live in your homes and work on your crew.
5th Mar '17 3:08:27 PM njein123
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* ''Film/ILoveMaria'' is a 1988 Hong Kong science fiction film, in which a gang leader created a female armed robot named Pioneer II, which was modeled after his girlfriend's face, leading her to develop a strong hatred for the robot. Later on, the robot is sent to hunt down one of the gang's members (and as well as a researcher working for the police), who became dissatisfied with the direction the gang is headed, only for Pioneer II to malfunction and be reprogrammed (hilariously, he confuses the robot to be Maria, whom she was modeled). Pioneer II slowly begins to develop feelings for the human characters, and is later given a human disguise.
5th Feb '17 9:46:46 AM tomensnaben
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* ''Webcomic/{{Ayuri}}'': Kay

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* ''Webcomic/{{Ayuri}}'': KayAside from being made of plastic, Kay seems like an ordinary human woman.
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* ''Webcomic/{{Ayuri}}'': Kay
23rd Jan '17 1:15:05 AM Luppercus
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* Most of the female hosts in ''Series/WestWorld'' are young women.
7th Jan '17 3:57:09 AM rafi
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* No. 30/Thirty Nanba from ''Manga/AILoveYou'' is a computer program brought to life.
* Night, of ''Manga/AbsoluteBoyfriend'' and ''[[Manga/AbsoluteBoyfriend Zettai Kareshi]]'' (the live action drama of the anime/manga) is the SpearCounterpart of this trope, it being more obvious he's robotic in the Drama.
* Sigel in ''Manga/AhMyGoddess'' started out as a mannequin advertising an antique shop. Skuld then added some features, including artificial intelligence and the signature RocketPunch.
* Nuku-Nuku and Eimi from ''Anime/AllPurposeCulturalCatGirlNukuNuku''.
* The title character Maico from ''Anime/AndroidAnnouncerMaico2010'' ([[http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/kerai/1115772951023.jpg Image]]) is a Robot Girl. But whenever referred to as a robot, she insists, "I'm not a robot." She prefers to think of herself as an android (which is also wrong, the correct term would be Gynoid).
* ''[[Anime/TheAnimatrix The Animatrix]]'' has an absolutely heartbreaking, and [[NightmareFuel horrific]] scene during The Second Renaissance sequence featuring one. During the anti-machine movement, a robot girl made to look human is smashed to bits by a group of men who rip away her clothes, synthetic skin, and hair until there's nothing but a metallic skeleton left. [[TearJerker All while sobbing that she's "real."]]
* Naomi Armitage and the other "Thirds" from ''Anime/ArmitageIII'' are a partial subversion since they easily can and do pass as fully human, to the point that they can even [[spoiler: reproduce with humans]]. The "seconds" from which they descended were intentionally designed to fit this trope, however.
* Nei from Anime/{{Avenger}} [[spoiler: thinks]] she's one, [[spoiler: but she's actually the first human girl born on Mars - specifically outside of the colonies that have settled on the planet's surface. She's been acting like a [[InsistentTerminology ''Doll'']] in order to avoid drawing attention to herself.]]



* The entire Female Gender including Lime, Cherry, Bloodberry, Tiger, Panther and Luchs (among many others) from ''Anime/SaberMarionetteJ''.
* Sylvie, Anri and the other sexaroids from ''Anime/BubblegumCrisis''.



* The Gamia sisters, [[spoiler:Erika, Lorelei...]] from ''Anime/MazingerZ'' (and Minerva X in the ''Manga/ShinMazingerZero'' manga). Possibly Marquis Yanus from ''Anime/GreatMazinger'' is one as well, since the Mykene grafted their brains in robotic bodies to survive underground, but it is harder to say with her.
* Ai in ''Manga/VideoGirlAi'', though since she was created by a VCR, she's not technically a robot. The same goes for Len in the sequel manga, ''Video Girl Len''.
* Kurumi, Saki, Karinka and about 50 others from ''Anime/SteelAngelKurumi''.
* Moe from ''Manga/LoveHina''.
* Nuku-Nuku and Eimi from ''Anime/AllPurposeCulturalCatGirlNukuNuku''.
* Most of the {{fembot}}s in ''Franchise/GhostInTheShell'' count. As do female full body cyborgs, including the lead character, The Major (Motoko Kusanagi). The difference being that the former are still [=AIs=] which aren't truly intelligent, while full body cyborgs are basically human brains in android or gynoid (or, in at least once case, a box on wheels) bodies. The tachikoma also share a lot of the tropes associated with the archetype, despite the fact that they have tanks for bodies.
** Actually, even the brains are mechanical. With absolute replacement of every organic part of a person's body with robotic substitutes being possible, the term "ghost" had to be coined to refer to what makes a human still human even when their body isn't.
* Naomi Armitage and the other "Thirds" from ''Anime/ArmitageIII'' are a partial subversion since they easily can and do pass as fully human, to the point that they can even [[spoiler: reproduce with humans]]. The "seconds" from which they descended were intentionally designed to fit this trope, however.
* Canal from ''Anime/LostUniverse'', technically, though she's actually a holographic projection of [[SpaceshipGirl the Artificial Intelligence of a spaceship]].
* The ''Manga/RozenMaiden'' are arguably a fantasy-based example, as opposed to straight(ish) science fiction. Specifically, they're dolls. They do have a clockwork mechanism that requires them to be wound up to be able to live, walk, talk and the like, but they also need a roza mystica, which would roughly translate to a soul to the dolls, and there's a lot of things they can do that clockwork engineering can't accomplish alone.
* Ropponmatsu #1 and Ropponmatsu #2 from ''Manga/ExcelSaga''. In the anime, they're two distinct entities, while in the manga, there is only one Ropponmatsu core switched between the two bodies.
** Iwata becomes one for a time when he gets cancer and his brain is put in the Ropponmatsu 1 body as a stopgap measure to keep him not dead. He's quite pleased because he's always liked Ropponmatsu 1, seeing as she's a tall, well-built adult woman, but he gets into an argument with actual Ropponmatsu in body number 2, who's always gotten on his nerves. Iwata gets ready to throw down...and falls over as Ropponmatsu mocks him because she always found body 1 to be clunky and unreliable, and reveals that her personality was different (read: nonexistant) in this body because all her processing power was taken up staying upright.
** He also ends up in 2's body for a short while, much to his extreme displeasure.
* Sayuri, Brooke, Vivian and the other "dolls" who serve Professor Machinegal in ''Anime/{{Moldiver}}.''
* Drossel from ''Anime/{{Fireball}}'', interesting in that she doesn't look even remotely human beyond her basic body shape, but has an unusually human (and bitchy) personality.
* "D" from ''Anime/ParallelTroubleAdventureDual'' is effectively a Robot Girl for most of the story.
* Kurika Kurinohana (a.k.a. Clicker) from ''LightNovel/{{Dokkoida}}''.
* Chachamaru in ''Manga/MahouSenseiNegima''. Evangeline also has a number of {{Robot Maid}}s serving in her resort. And to fulfill the hotness part of the trope, part of her MidSeasonUpgrade was an improved synthetic skin that essentially makes her look like a normal girl with robot ears. Naturally, there was a scene of her taking a bath soon after said upgrade.
** In an...interesting variation on the idea, Haruna uses her artifact to create a full size robot body for [[CuteGhostGirl Sayo]] to use. Of course, Sayo can't actually possess it, but instead possesses a small doll that [[MobileSuitHuman sits inside the robot body and pilots it]] like a HumongousMecha. Being an {{Otaku}} Haruna naturally built [[MoreDakka so many guns]] into the thing that it's wonder that it's able to move.
* The protagonists in ''Manga/GunslingerGirl'' are brainwashed cyborgs.
* One of the earliest (and youngest) robot girls is Arale from Akira Toriyama's ''Manga/DoctorSlump'', who in physical appearance is only around 12 years old, despite being 18 by the end of the run. That few others realize this is the series' main RunningGag.

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* The Gamia sisters, [[spoiler:Erika, Lorelei...]] from ''Anime/MazingerZ'' (and Minerva X in the ''Manga/ShinMazingerZero'' manga). Possibly Marquis Yanus from ''Anime/GreatMazinger'' is one as well, since the Mykene grafted their brains in robotic bodies to survive underground, but it is harder to say with her.
* Ai in ''Manga/VideoGirlAi'', though since she was created by a VCR, she's not technically a robot. The same goes for Len in the sequel manga, ''Video Girl Len''.
* Kurumi, Saki, Karinka and about 50 others from ''Anime/SteelAngelKurumi''.
* Moe from ''Manga/LoveHina''.
* Nuku-Nuku and Eimi from ''Anime/AllPurposeCulturalCatGirlNukuNuku''.
* Most of the {{fembot}}s in ''Franchise/GhostInTheShell'' count. As do female full body cyborgs, including the lead character, The Major (Motoko Kusanagi). The difference being that the former are still [=AIs=] which aren't truly intelligent, while full body cyborgs are basically human brains in android or gynoid (or, in at least once case, a box on wheels) bodies. The tachikoma also share a lot of the tropes associated with the archetype, despite the fact that they have tanks for bodies.
** Actually, even the brains are mechanical. With absolute replacement of every organic part of a person's body with robotic substitutes being possible, the term "ghost" had to be coined to refer to what makes a human still human even when their body isn't.
* Naomi Armitage
Sylvie, Anri and the other "Thirds" sexaroids from ''Anime/ArmitageIII'' are a partial subversion since they easily can and do pass as fully human, to the point that they can even [[spoiler: reproduce with humans]]. The "seconds" from which they descended were intentionally designed to fit this trope, however.
* Canal from ''Anime/LostUniverse'', technically, though she's actually a holographic projection of [[SpaceshipGirl the Artificial Intelligence of a spaceship]].
* The ''Manga/RozenMaiden'' are arguably a fantasy-based example, as opposed to straight(ish) science fiction. Specifically, they're dolls. They do have a clockwork mechanism that requires them to be wound up to be able to live, walk, talk and the like, but they also need a roza mystica, which would roughly translate to a soul to the dolls, and there's a lot of things they can do that clockwork engineering can't accomplish alone.
* Ropponmatsu #1 and Ropponmatsu #2 from ''Manga/ExcelSaga''. In the anime, they're two distinct entities, while in the manga, there is only one Ropponmatsu core switched between the two bodies.
** Iwata becomes one for a time when he gets cancer and his brain is put in the Ropponmatsu 1 body as a stopgap measure to keep him not dead. He's quite pleased because he's always liked Ropponmatsu 1, seeing as she's a tall, well-built adult woman, but he gets into an argument with actual Ropponmatsu in body number 2, who's always gotten on his nerves. Iwata gets ready to throw down...and falls over as Ropponmatsu mocks him because she always found body 1 to be clunky and unreliable, and reveals that her personality was different (read: nonexistant) in this body because all her processing power was taken up staying upright.
** He also ends up in 2's body for a short while, much to his extreme displeasure.
* Sayuri, Brooke, Vivian and the other "dolls" who serve Professor Machinegal in ''Anime/{{Moldiver}}.''
* Drossel from ''Anime/{{Fireball}}'', interesting in that she doesn't look even remotely human beyond her basic body shape, but has an unusually human (and bitchy) personality.
* "D" from ''Anime/ParallelTroubleAdventureDual'' is effectively a Robot Girl for most of the story.
* Kurika Kurinohana (a.k.a. Clicker) from ''LightNovel/{{Dokkoida}}''.
* Chachamaru in ''Manga/MahouSenseiNegima''. Evangeline also has a number of {{Robot Maid}}s serving in her resort. And to fulfill the hotness part of the trope, part of her MidSeasonUpgrade was an improved synthetic skin that essentially makes her look like a normal girl with robot ears. Naturally, there was a scene of her taking a bath soon after said upgrade.
** In an...interesting variation on the idea, Haruna uses her artifact to create a full size robot body for [[CuteGhostGirl Sayo]] to use. Of course, Sayo can't actually possess it, but instead possesses a small doll that [[MobileSuitHuman sits inside the robot body and pilots it]] like a HumongousMecha. Being an {{Otaku}} Haruna naturally built [[MoreDakka so many guns]] into the thing that it's wonder that it's able to move.
* The protagonists in ''Manga/GunslingerGirl'' are brainwashed cyborgs.
* One of the earliest (and youngest) robot girls is Arale from Akira Toriyama's ''Manga/DoctorSlump'', who in physical appearance is only around 12 years old, despite being 18 by the end of the run. That few others realize this is the series' main RunningGag.
''Anime/BubblegumCrisis''.



* The Angels in ''Anime/KidouTenshiAngelicLayer'' are similar, though they're about a foot tall and controlled by their users. The ''Angelic Layer'' manga is set in the same universe as ''Manga/{{Chobits}}'' and states that Angels were forerunners to persocoms.
* Mahoro and Minawa from ''Manga/{{Mahoromatic}}''. Partially subverted in the series by having Mahoro constantly on the lookout for "dirty thoughts" on the part of Suguru [[spoiler: Not to mention confiscating his porn collection]]. Being innocent herself, this creates a paradox. This argument happens in the series' second season, where Mahoro and Suguru's grandfather arguing the point, with the grandfather winning. This convinces Mahoro that ''she'' is perverted.
* [[spoiler:Miyu]] from ''Anime/MaiHiME'' and ''Anime/MaiOtome''. ''Definitely'' designed for combat and war.
* The title character Maico from ''Anime/AndroidAnnouncerMaico2010'' ([[http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/kerai/1115772951023.jpg Image]]) is a Robot Girl. But whenever referred to as a robot, she insists, "I'm not a robot." She prefers to think of herself as an android (which is also wrong, the correct term would be Gynoid).
* Alpha, Kokone, Maruko, and the other Alpha from ''Manga/YokohamaKaidashiKikou'' (manga and {{OVA}}). Alpha also meets a robot boy. She asks him if there are others. He does not know, but he tells Alpha that male models are somehow weaker than female ones, which explains why the female-looking robots prevail.
* Mecha-Rin-rin-chan, an android double of herself that Rin-rin from ''LightNovel/SisterPrincess'' builds as a future companion for her brother Wataru when all his sisters have grown up and moved on to their own lives.
* Aiko from ''Anime/MagicalPokaan''.
* Nei from Anime/{{Avenger}} [[spoiler: thinks]] she's one, [[spoiler: but she's actually the first human girl born on Mars - specifically outside of the colonies that have settled on the planet's surface. She's been acting like a [[InsistentTerminology ''Doll'']] in order to avoid drawing attention to herself.]]
* Titular character of ''Anime/SoltyRei''.

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* The Angels in ''Anime/KidouTenshiAngelicLayer'' are similar, though they're about a foot tall and controlled by their users. The ''Angelic Layer'' manga is set in In ''Anime/ConcreteRevolutioChoujinGensou'', the same universe as ''Manga/{{Chobits}}'' and states that Angels were forerunners to persocoms.
* Mahoro and Minawa from ''Manga/{{Mahoromatic}}''. Partially subverted in the series by having Mahoro constantly on the lookout for "dirty thoughts" on the part of Suguru [[spoiler: Not to mention confiscating his porn collection]]. Being innocent herself, this creates a paradox. This argument happens in the series' second season, where Mahoro and Suguru's grandfather arguing the point, with the grandfather winning. This convinces Mahoro that ''she'' is perverted.
* [[spoiler:Miyu]] from ''Anime/MaiHiME'' and ''Anime/MaiOtome''. ''Definitely'' designed for combat and war.
* The title character Maico from ''Anime/AndroidAnnouncerMaico2010'' ([[http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/kerai/1115772951023.jpg Image]])
superhero Earth-chan is a Robot Girl. But whenever referred to as a robot, she insists, "I'm not a robot." She prefers to think of herself as an android (which is also wrong, the correct term would be Gynoid).
* Alpha, Kokone, Maruko, and the other Alpha from ''Manga/YokohamaKaidashiKikou'' (manga and {{OVA}}). Alpha also meets
satellite which transforms into a robot boy. She asks him if there are others. He does not know, but he tells Alpha that male models are somehow weaker than female ones, which explains why the female-looking robots prevail.
* Mecha-Rin-rin-chan, an android double of herself that Rin-rin from ''LightNovel/SisterPrincess'' builds as a future companion for her brother Wataru when all his sisters have grown up and moved on to their own lives.
* Aiko from ''Anime/MagicalPokaan''.
* Nei from Anime/{{Avenger}} [[spoiler: thinks]] she's one, [[spoiler: but she's actually the first human
girl born on Mars - specifically outside of the colonies that have settled on the planet's surface. She's been acting like a [[InsistentTerminology ''Doll'']] in order to avoid drawing attention to herself.]]
* Titular character of ''Anime/SoltyRei''.
aid people in distress.



* Nano-Nano from ''Anime/GalaxyAngelRune'' and ''[[VideoGame/GalaxyAngel Galaxy Angel II]]'' is a living LostTechnology.

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* Nano-Nano from ''Anime/GalaxyAngelRune'' ''Anime/CuteyHoney'' in all of her incarnations except ''Flash'', the magical girls version. [[spoiler: Though she wasn't actually human ''there'' either.]]
* [[spoiler: Princess Ixquic]]
and ''[[VideoGame/GalaxyAngel Galaxy Angel II]]'' is [[spoiler: Leina]] in Manga/{{Cyborg 009}}. The first [[spoiler: was built by (apparently) aliens to be one of the guardians of a living LostTechnology.gold pyramid]]; the second [[spoiler: was created by a MadScientist to become the SoulJar of ''UsefulNotes/AdolfHitler'', of all people.]]



* In ''Anime/GunBuster 2'', [[spoiler:Nono is actually a Buster Machine]]. She is clearly stated to be gynoid (female android) even before that.
* Dolores from ''VideoGame/ZoneOfTheEnders: Dolores, i'' is very much a Robot Girl. Innocent, kind of ditzy, and occasionally clumsy. A scary combination in a 100-feet-tall almost-godlike HumongousMecha.
* More examples of robot girls who are also HumongousMecha: [=KouRyu=] and [=AnRyu=] from ''Anime/GaoGaiGar FINAL''.

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* In ''Anime/GunBuster 2'', [[spoiler:Nono is actually a Buster Machine]]. She is clearly stated to be gynoid (female android) even before that.
* Dolores
Minatsu Amakase from ''VideoGame/ZoneOfTheEnders: Dolores, i'' is very much a Robot Girl. Innocent, kind ''VisualNovel/DaCapoII''.
* Korone the Liladan from ''LightNovel/DemonKingDaimao''
* One
of ditzy, and occasionally clumsy. A scary combination in a 100-feet-tall almost-godlike HumongousMecha.
* More examples of
the earliest (and youngest) robot girls who are also HumongousMecha: [=KouRyu=] and [=AnRyu=] is Arale from ''Anime/GaoGaiGar FINAL''.Akira Toriyama's ''Manga/DoctorSlump'', who in physical appearance is only around 12 years old, despite being 18 by the end of the run. That few others realize this is the series' main RunningGag.
* Kurika Kurinohana (a.k.a. Clicker) from ''LightNovel/{{Dokkoida}}''.
* Annapuna and Unipuma - the Puma Twins from the ''Anime/DominionTankPolice'' manga and anime series - were revealed, close to the end of the original manga, as androids - Ostensibly 'love dolls', although they take offense at this designation. In the second manga series, their android nature was on the table all the time, even becoming a plot point on at least two occasions. Interestingly, in the anime the issue was ignored completely, even as an implication.



* In ''LightNovel/HaruhiSuzumiya'', [[spoiler:Yuki and the other Humanoid Interfaces]] arguably count, although [[spoiler:Yuki]] has the good fortune of not getting picked for the maid job.
* The Combat Cyborgs of ''Franchise/LyricalNanoha''. There's also the female Wolkenritter and the Unison Devices, who are basically programs with physical forms.
* ''Anime/CuteyHoney'' in all of her incarnations except ''Flash'', the magical girls version. [[spoiler: Though she wasn't actually human ''there'' either.]]
* In ''Anime/MobileSuitGundam00'', we have two examples -- and surprisingly, neither is female (well, as far as can be proven). It is heavily suggested, if not stated outright that [[spoiler:Tieria]] is not entirely, perhaps not at all, human. Then, during the series finale, [[spoiler:Lichty]] of all people turns out to be at least part cybernetic. [[spoiler:This still can't save him, sadly.]]
** The first season epilogue introduces [[spoiler:Tieria's evil twin Regene]], and the second season goes on to imply that [[spoiler:they, BigBad Ribbons Almark, and the rest of the "Innovators" are artificial constructs. ''And'' we see the first clearly female-bodied example: Anew Returner.]]
** It's also possible that they are cyborgs; [[spoiler:while at least two of them are quite clearly part of mass cloning projects (Bring being the pilot of a very large number of kamikaze MS at one point, and Ribbons himself walking into the room and killing Regene while his own corpse bleeds on the floor) they are clearly capable of inducing Innovator traits in ordinary humans like Louise (who also has a cybernetic left hand).]]



* No. 30/Thirty Nanba from ''Manga/AILoveYou'' is a computer program brought to life.
* In ''Totsugeki Pappara-tai Totsugeki! Pappara-tai'', there was originally one, then three, then five, then eight, then was about to become seventeen in total through out the entire manga... (Also, Dr. Shooba. N. Einstain answered the excellent question of "Why do we make robot girl... and not robot guy?" in vol. 9.)
* Sigel in ''Manga/AhMyGoddess'' started out as a mannequin advertising an antique shop. Skuld then added some features, including artificial intelligence and the signature RocketPunch.
* Odette from ''Manga/KarakuriOdette'', though she gradually develops human-like emotional traits that further qualify for RidiculouslyHumanRobots instead. A more straight Robot Girl would be Asia from the same.
* Mea from ''Popotan'', a robot maid who also guards the other girls (Ai, Mai, & Mii) on their journey through Time.
* Minatsu Amakase from ''VisualNovel/DaCapoII''.
* Marie from ''Manga/MyDearMarie''.

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* No. 30/Thirty Nanba Ropponmatsu #1 and Ropponmatsu #2 from ''Manga/AILoveYou'' is a computer program brought to life.
*
''Manga/ExcelSaga''. In ''Totsugeki Pappara-tai Totsugeki! Pappara-tai'', the anime, they're two distinct entities, while in the manga, there was originally one, then three, then five, then eight, then was about to become seventeen in total through out is only one Ropponmatsu core switched between the entire manga... (Also, Dr. Shooba. N. Einstain answered two bodies.
** Iwata becomes one for a time when he gets cancer and his brain is put in
the excellent question of "Why do we make robot girl... and not robot guy?" in vol. 9.)
* Sigel in ''Manga/AhMyGoddess'' started out
Ropponmatsu 1 body as a mannequin advertising stopgap measure to keep him not dead. He's quite pleased because he's always liked Ropponmatsu 1, seeing as she's a tall, well-built adult woman, but he gets into an antique shop. Skuld then added some features, including artificial intelligence argument with actual Ropponmatsu in body number 2, who's always gotten on his nerves. Iwata gets ready to throw down...and the signature RocketPunch.
falls over as Ropponmatsu mocks him because she always found body 1 to be clunky and unreliable, and reveals that her personality was different (read: nonexistant) in this body because all her processing power was taken up staying upright.
** He also ends up in 2's body for a short while, much to his extreme displeasure.
* Odette Drossel from ''Manga/KarakuriOdette'', though she gradually develops human-like emotional traits ''Anime/{{Fireball}}'', interesting in that further qualify for RidiculouslyHumanRobots instead. A more straight Robot Girl would be Asia she doesn't look even remotely human beyond her basic body shape, but has an unusually human (and bitchy) personality.
* Nano-Nano
from the same.
* Mea from ''Popotan'',
''Anime/GalaxyAngelRune'' and ''[[VideoGame/GalaxyAngel Galaxy Angel II]]'' is a robot maid who also guards the other girls (Ai, Mai, & Mii) on their journey through Time.
* Minatsu Amakase from ''VisualNovel/DaCapoII''.
* Marie from ''Manga/MyDearMarie''.
living LostTechnology.



* More examples of robot girls who are also HumongousMecha: [=KouRyu=] and [=AnRyu=] from ''Anime/GaoGaiGar FINAL''.
* Most of the {{fembot}}s in ''Franchise/GhostInTheShell'' count. As do female full body cyborgs, including the lead character, The Major (Motoko Kusanagi). The difference being that the former are still [=AIs=] which aren't truly intelligent, while full body cyborgs are basically human brains in android or gynoid (or, in at least once case, a box on wheels) bodies. The tachikoma also share a lot of the tropes associated with the archetype, despite the fact that they have tanks for bodies.
** Actually, even the brains are mechanical. With absolute replacement of every organic part of a person's body with robotic substitutes being possible, the term "ghost" had to be coined to refer to what makes a human still human even when their body isn't.
* In ''Anime/GunBuster 2'', [[spoiler:Nono is actually a Buster Machine]]. She is clearly stated to be gynoid (female android) even before that.
* The protagonists in ''Manga/GunslingerGirl'' are brainwashed cyborgs.
* In ''LightNovel/HaruhiSuzumiya'', [[spoiler:Yuki and the other Humanoid Interfaces]] arguably count, although [[spoiler:Yuki]] has the good fortune of not getting picked for the maid job.
* Pion of ''LightNovel/HumanityHasDeclined''. And Oyage is a Robot Boy. [[spoiler:Though their true forms are deep space probes]].
* Odette from ''Manga/KarakuriOdette'', though she gradually develops human-like emotional traits that further qualify for RidiculouslyHumanRobots instead. A more straight Robot Girl would be Asia from the same.
* Key of ''Anime/KeyTheMetalIdol''. Nonetheless, she is eventually shown to be [[spoiler: a subversion and deconstruction of the trope, as she is actually a human who is convinced and, ergo, convinces others that she is a robot to conceal her potent and terrible extra-physical abilities, which become gradually exhumed and deconstructed as the series progresses.]]
* The Angels in ''Anime/KidouTenshiAngelicLayer'' are similar, though they're about a foot tall and controlled by their users. The ''Angelic Layer'' manga is set in the same universe as ''Manga/{{Chobits}}'' and states that Angels were forerunners to persocoms.
* June from ''Manga/KokoroLibrary''.



* Arguably subverted in ''Anime/RealDrive'', where android Holon clarifies that she isn't a woman in any real sense, and has no sexual identity beyond superficial programming meant to make her appealing for male users, and that she could change to a male body at any time without losing any sense of her real identity as a sentient machine.
* June from ''Manga/KokoroLibrary''.
* Azusa from ''Azusa, Otetsudai Shimasu!''.

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* Arguably Canal from ''Anime/LostUniverse'', technically, though she's actually a holographic projection of [[SpaceshipGirl the Artificial Intelligence of a spaceship]].
* Moe, a French-made bisque automaton-turned-Tsukumogami, from ''Manga/LoveHina'' (anime only).
* The Combat Cyborgs of ''Franchise/LyricalNanoha''. There's also the female Wolkenritter and the Unison Devices, who are basically programs with physical forms.
* Aiko from ''Anime/MagicalPokaan''.
* Mahoro and Minawa from ''Manga/{{Mahoromatic}}''. Partially
subverted in ''Anime/RealDrive'', the series by having Mahoro constantly on the lookout for "dirty thoughts" on the part of Suguru [[spoiler: Not to mention confiscating his porn collection]]. Being innocent herself, this creates a paradox. This argument happens in the series' second season, where android Holon clarifies Mahoro and Suguru's grandfather arguing the point, with the grandfather winning. This convinces Mahoro that she isn't a woman in any real sense, and ''she'' is perverted.
* ''Manga/MahouSenseiNegima'':
** Chachamaru. Evangeline also
has no sexual identity beyond superficial programming meant to make a number of {{Robot Maid}}s serving in her appealing for male users, and that she could change resort. And to a male body at any time without losing any sense fulfill the hotness part of the trope, part of her real identity as MidSeasonUpgrade was an improved synthetic skin that essentially makes her look like a sentient machine.
normal girl with robot ears. Naturally, there was a scene of her taking a bath soon after said upgrade.
** In an...interesting variation on the idea, Haruna uses her artifact to create a full size robot body for [[CuteGhostGirl Sayo]] to use. Of course, Sayo can't actually possess it, but instead possesses a small doll that [[MobileSuitHuman sits inside the robot body and pilots it]] like a HumongousMecha. Being an {{Otaku}} Haruna naturally built [[MoreDakka so many guns]] into the thing that it's wonder that it's able to move.
* June [[spoiler:Miyu]] from ''Manga/KokoroLibrary''.
''Anime/MaiHiME'' and ''Anime/MaiOtome''. ''Definitely'' designed for combat and war.
* Azusa The Gamia sisters, [[spoiler:Erika, Lorelei...]] from ''Azusa, Otetsudai Shimasu!''.''Anime/MazingerZ'' (and Minerva X in the ''Manga/ShinMazingerZero'' manga). Possibly Marquis Yanus from ''Anime/GreatMazinger'' is one as well, since the Mykene grafted their brains in robotic bodies to survive underground, but it is harder to say with her.



* Korone the Liladan from ''LightNovel/DemonKingDaimao''
* Night, of ''Manga/AbsoluteBoyfriend'' and ''[[Manga/AbsoluteBoyfriend Zettai Kareshi]]'' (the live action drama of the anime/manga) is the SpearCounterpart of this trope, it being more obvious he's robotic in the Drama.

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* Korone In ''Anime/MobileSuitGundam00'', we have two examples -- and surprisingly, neither is female (well, as far as can be proven). It is heavily suggested, if not stated outright that [[spoiler:Tieria]] is not entirely, perhaps not at all, human. Then, during the Liladan from ''LightNovel/DemonKingDaimao''
* Night,
series finale, [[spoiler:Lichty]] of ''Manga/AbsoluteBoyfriend'' all people turns out to be at least part cybernetic. [[spoiler:This still can't save him, sadly.]]
** The first season epilogue introduces [[spoiler:Tieria's evil twin Regene]],
and ''[[Manga/AbsoluteBoyfriend Zettai Kareshi]]'' (the live action drama the second season goes on to imply that [[spoiler:they, BigBad Ribbons Almark, and the rest of the anime/manga) is "Innovators" are artificial constructs. ''And'' we see the SpearCounterpart first clearly female-bodied example: Anew Returner.]]
** It's also possible that they are cyborgs; [[spoiler:while at least two
of this trope, it them are quite clearly part of mass cloning projects (Bring being more obvious he's robotic in the Drama.pilot of a very large number of kamikaze MS at one point, and Ribbons himself walking into the room and killing Regene while his own corpse bleeds on the floor) they are clearly capable of inducing Innovator traits in ordinary humans like Louise (who also has a cybernetic left hand).]]
* Sayuri, Brooke, Vivian and the other "dolls" who serve Professor Machinegal in ''Anime/{{Moldiver}}''.
* In ''Manga/MotherKeeper'' Syal and Mother are both robot girls. Syal is a battle cyborg and Mother is simply a computer made to look like a little girl. Both look ridiculously human though Mother doesn't seem to speak.
* Marie from ''Manga/MyDearMarie''.



* Annapuna and Unipuma - the Puma Twins from the ''Anime/DominionTankPolice'' manga and anime series - were revealed, close to the end of the original manga, as androids - Ostensibly 'love dolls', although they take offense at this designation. In the second manga series, their android nature was on the table all the time, even becoming a plot point on at least two occasions. Interestingly, in the anime the issue was ignored completely, even as an implication.
* There are many androids of both genders in ''Anime/TimeOfEve''. On the female side, there are cafe regulars [[RobotMaid Sammy]], [[GenkiGirl Akiko]], and Rina.
* Flandre, Francesca, and Francette from Manga/PrincessResurrection.
* [[spoiler: Princess Ixquic]] and [[spoiler: Leina]] in Manga/{{Cyborg 009}}. The first [[spoiler: was built by (apparently) aliens to be one of the guardians of a gold pyramid]]; the second [[spoiler: was created by a MadScientist to become the SoulJar of ''UsefulNotes/AdolfHitler'', of all people.]]
* Key of ''Anime/KeyTheMetalIdol''. Nonetheless, she is eventually shown to be [[spoiler: a subversion and deconstruction of the trope, as she is actually a human who is convinced and, ergo, convinces others that she is a robot to conceal her potent and terrible extra-physical abilities, which become gradually exhumed and deconstructed as the series progresses.]]
* Pion of ''LightNovel/HumanityHasDeclined''. And Oyage is a Robot Boy. [[spoiler:Though their true forms are deep space probes]].
* In [[Anime/QueensBlade Queen's Blade Rebellion]], the little elf Yuit creates Vante, a robot girl incapable of speech (beyond one sound), but apparently cognizant and emotionally aware.
* ''[[Anime/TheAnimatrix The Animatrix]]'' has an absolutely heartbreaking, and [[NightmareFuel horrific]] scene during The Second Renaissance sequence featuring one. During the anti-machine movement, a robot girl made to look human is smashed to bits by a group of men who rip away her clothes, synthetic skin, and hair until there's nothing but a metallic skeleton left. [[TearJerker All while sobbing that she's "real."]]
* The ''Anime/RobotCarnival'' segment "Presence" features one built by a man trying to compensate for his distant relationship with his own family.
* In ''Manga/MotherKeeper'' Syal and Mother are both robot girls. Syal is a battle cyborg and Mother is simply a computer made to look like a little girl. Both look ridiculously human though Mother doesn't seem to speak.



* In ''Anime/ConcreteRevolutioChoujinGensou'', the superhero Earth-chan is a satellite which transforms into a robot girl in order to aid people in distress.

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* In ''Anime/ConcreteRevolutioChoujinGensou'', "D" from ''Anime/ParallelTroubleAdventureDual'' is effectively a Robot Girl for most of the superhero Earth-chan is a satellite which transforms into story.
* Mea from ''Popotan'',
a robot girl in order to aid people in distress.maid who also guards the other girls (Ai, Mai, & Mii) on their journey through Time.
* Flandre, Francesca, and Francette from ''Manga/PrincessResurrection''.


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* In [[Anime/QueensBlade Queen's Blade Rebellion]], the little elf Yuit creates Vante, a robot girl incapable of speech (beyond one sound), but apparently cognizant and emotionally aware.
* Arguably subverted in ''Anime/RealDrive'', where android Holon clarifies that she isn't a woman in any real sense, and has no sexual identity beyond superficial programming meant to make her appealing for male users, and that she could change to a male body at any time without losing any sense of her real identity as a sentient machine.
* The ''Anime/RobotCarnival'' segment "Presence" features one built by a man trying to compensate for his distant relationship with his own family.
* The ''Manga/RozenMaiden'' are arguably a fantasy-based example, as opposed to straight(ish) science fiction. Specifically, they're dolls. They do have a clockwork mechanism that requires them to be wound up to be able to live, walk, talk and the like, but they also need a roza mystica, which would roughly translate to a soul to the dolls, and there's a lot of things they can do that clockwork engineering can't accomplish alone.
* The entire Female Gender including Lime, Cherry, Bloodberry, Tiger, Panther and Luchs (among many others) from ''Anime/SaberMarionetteJ''.
* Mecha-Rin-rin-chan, an android double of herself that Rin-rin from ''LightNovel/SisterPrincess'' builds as a future companion for her brother Wataru when all his sisters have grown up and moved on to their own lives.
* Titular character of ''Anime/SoltyRei''.
* Kurumi, Saki, Karinka and about 50 others from ''Anime/SteelAngelKurumi''.
* There are many androids of both genders in ''Anime/TimeOfEve''. On the female side, there are cafe regulars [[RobotMaid Sammy]], [[GenkiGirl Akiko]], and Rina.
* In ''Totsugeki Pappara-tai Totsugeki! Pappara-tai'', there was originally one, then three, then five, then eight, then was about to become seventeen in total through out the entire manga... (Also, Dr. Shooba. N. Einstain answered the excellent question of "Why do we make robot girl... and not robot guy?" in vol. 9.)
* Ai in ''Manga/VideoGirlAi'', though since she was created by a VCR, she's not technically a robot. The same goes for Len in the sequel manga, ''Video Girl Len''.
* Alpha, Kokone, Maruko, and the other Alpha from ''Manga/YokohamaKaidashiKikou'' (manga and {{OVA}}). Alpha also meets a robot boy. She asks him if there are others. He does not know, but he tells Alpha that male models are somehow weaker than female ones, which explains why the female-looking robots prevail.
* Dolores from ''VideoGame/ZoneOfTheEnders: Dolores, i'' is very much a Robot Girl. Innocent, kind of ditzy, and occasionally clumsy. A scary combination in a 100-feet-tall almost-godlike HumongousMecha.
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Sometimes the character is shown to be an android by some unusual accessory to cue the audience. Due to the popularity of ''VisualNovel/ToHeart'''s Multi, having [[UnusualEars antennae-like ears]] is almost universally understood (although, like the character in this picture, visible mechanical joints are another dead giveaway).

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Sometimes the character is shown to be an android by some unusual accessory to cue the audience. Due to the popularity of ''VisualNovel/ToHeart'''s Multi, having [[UnusualEars antennae-like ears]] is almost universally understood (although, like the character in this picture, [[VideoGame/Persona3 Aegis]] pictured here, visible mechanical joints are another dead giveaway).
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