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22nd Jun '16 11:05:08 PM Trialman
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* Part of ''[[Creator/DetsniyOffSkiword Profesor Layton Vs Jack The Raper]]'''s big reveal is that Jack The Raper is a female.
22nd Jun '16 5:43:00 AM domikko
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* Lampshaded in ''Grandia'' where one of the protagonists is initially introduced while she is off-screen as simply the best adventurer in the adventurers' society. Cue Justin imagining him as a large burly man with many scars before meeting her and realizing she is in fact female.
22nd Jun '16 2:33:10 AM samboy0000
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** Meanwhile, in VideoGame/AssassinsCreedIVBlackFlag, we're treated to James Kidd, the supposed illegitimate son of the pirate captain William Kidd, who reveals to Edward (and the player) [[spoiler:her true identity as Mary Read, an assassin/pirate.]]

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** Meanwhile, in VideoGame/AssassinsCreedIVBlackFlag, we're treated to James Kidd, the supposed illegitimate son of the pirate captain William Kidd, who reveals to Edward (and the player) [[spoiler:her true identity as Mary Read, an assassin/pirate.]]
22nd Jun '16 2:03:24 AM samboy0000
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** Meanwhile, in VideoGame/AssassinsCreedIVBlackFlag, we're treated to James Kidd, the supposed illegitimate son of the pirate captain William Kidd, who reveals to Edward (and the player) [[spoiler:her true identity as Mary Read, an assassin/pirate.]]
21st Jun '16 4:40:38 PM Vilui
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* In the 90's ''Film/TheLittleRascals'' movie, the boys are all excited about meeting a UsefulNotes/{{NASCAR}} driver by the name of A. J. Ferguson. They assume A. J. is a man, because [[HeManWomanHater in their minds]], there's no way a girl could do something cool like be a racecar driver. (And also not too many women go by their initials.) When they finally meet A. J. Ferguson, "he" takes off his helmet, only to reveal that "he" is actually a very beautiful woman. The boys are speechless initially, but they are still excited.

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* In the 90's 90s ''Film/TheLittleRascals'' movie, the boys are all excited about meeting a UsefulNotes/{{NASCAR}} driver by the name of A. J. Ferguson. They assume A. J. is a man, because [[HeManWomanHater in their minds]], there's no way a girl could do something cool like be a racecar driver. (And also not too many women go by their initials.) When they finally meet A. J. Ferguson, "he" takes off his helmet, only to reveal that "he" is actually a very beautiful woman. The boys are speechless initially, but they are still excited.
21st Jun '16 3:03:03 PM Antigone3
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* The otherwise {{AFGNCAAP}} detective in the {{PC}} HiddenObjectGame series ''VideoGame/MysteryCaseFiles'' is revealed to be this. Her very feminine voice is heard on the telephone at the end of the second game of the Ravenhearst arc. However, later in the series the developers made it more ambiguous, giving the player the choice of whether to have a male or female character.

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* The otherwise {{AFGNCAAP}} detective in the {{PC}} HiddenObjectGame series ''VideoGame/MysteryCaseFiles'' is revealed to be this. Her very feminine voice is heard on the telephone at the end of the second game of the Ravenhearst arc. However, later in the series the developers a new dev team made it more ambiguous, giving the player the choice of whether to have a male or female character.character. (And later still, when Eipix Entertainment took over the series, the Master Detective went back to female.)
15th Jun '16 10:13:48 PM universalperson
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* The [[EasterEgg cheat code]] [[http://metroid.wikia.com/wiki/Justin_Bailey "Justin Bailey"]] entered in the first game, will start Samus near the end of the game, with no armor on (visually; gameplay is unaffected).

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* The [[EasterEgg cheat code]] password [[http://metroid.wikia.com/wiki/Justin_Bailey "Justin Bailey"]] entered in the first game, will start Samus near the end of the game, with no armor on (visually; gameplay is unaffected). One of the most famous cheats in video games, it's also notable for ''[[GoodBadBugs not being intentional]]''. The name's effectiveness is ultimately a fluke caused by the "loose" password system.
12th Jun '16 8:24:26 PM Mhazard
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* Inverted in ''VideoGame/DarkSouls'', where we have Gwyndolin, the youngest Child of Gwyn, Lord of Sunlight. Judging from his appearance and his title as "Goddess of the Darkmoon," you wouldn't think he was actually a guy. When he was young, he exhibited an affinity for moonlight magic, a trait considered feminine. Gwyn raised his son as a daughter, having him wear a beautiful moonlight dress and even forcing him to wear a ring that would magically make him compose himself as a woman. The only indication that Gwyndolin is actually male is in a few item descriptions. The androgynous voice and lack of real dialogue directly from him concerning his gender leaves him perfectly passable as female, and the trope only kicks in if you read the item descriptions.

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* Inverted in ''VideoGame/DarkSouls'', where we have Gwyndolin, the youngest Child of Gwyn, Lord of Sunlight. Judging from his appearance and his title as "Goddess of the Darkmoon," you wouldn't think he was actually a guy. When he was young, he exhibited an affinity for moonlight magic, a trait considered feminine. Gwyn raised his son as a daughter, having him wear a beautiful moonlight dress and even forcing him to wear a ring that would magically make him compose himself as a woman. The only indication that Gwyndolin is actually male is in a few item descriptions. The androgynous voice and lack of real dialogue directly from him concerning his gender leaves him perfectly passable as female, and the trope only kicks in if you read the item descriptions.descriptions [[spoiler: or when [[VideoGame/DarkSoulsIII Yorshka]] mentions that Gwyndolin was her elder brother if you ranked high enough in Blade of the Darkmoon]].
6th Jun '16 12:34:40 PM ErichM
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* ''[[Comicbook/TheAvengers The Avengers]]'' #145 (from 1976) introduces a hired killer known only as [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin The Assassin]], who wears a bulky armored costume with a full hood. In issue #146, the Assassin's hood gets knocked off to reveal that she's a woman. She then proceeds to lecture Hawkeye for being surprised by her gender, considering the number of [[ActionGirl Action Girls]] on his own team.
4th Jun '16 6:27:01 AM TrueShadow1
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* In ''Manga/MyHeroAcademia'', the seventh wielder of One for All and the master of All Might was only known as "Shimura" for a while. About 40 chapters later, her full name was revealed as "Shimura [[SevenIsNana Nana]]", then the next chapter features her in a flashback, confirming her gender as a woman.
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