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15th Apr '17 1:36:53 PM nombretomado
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* Titania from StarshipTitanic, who's sorry about the parrot, really she is. Her creator, Leovinus, is seriously in love with her.

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* Titania from StarshipTitanic, ''VideoGame/StarshipTitanic'', who's sorry about the parrot, really she is. Her creator, Leovinus, is seriously in love with her.
13th Apr '17 11:04:20 AM hszmv1
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** In an earlier episode, Kaylee states that the ship talks to her when something is wrong (at the very least, the engine does the she is the most likely to personify Serenity and takes offense whenever someone calls the ship junk, more so then Mal, the Captain). Whether there is a real voice or just Kaylee waxing poetic about the ship. Creator/JossWhedon has basically said Firefly was about 9 characters (those played by actors) who looked to space for very different reasons and the 10th character, who takes them there (Serenity), clearly demonstrating that the ship was meant to be treated as something more alive than a ship.
8th Mar '17 9:13:52 AM WhosAsking
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* ''Manga/OutlawStar'': Melfina, who seems at first to be a shy teenage girl, is soon revealed to be the living navigation system for a very advanced starship. The rest of the ship's functions, however, are controlled by Gilliam II, the ship's male computer system.

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* ''Manga/OutlawStar'': Melfina, who seems at first to be a shy teenage girl, is soon revealed to be the living navigation system for a very advanced starship. The rest of the ship's functions, however, are controlled by Gilliam II, the ship's male computer system. There's a reason for the setup: [[spoiler:only the LostTechnology incorporated into her (she's artificial—a bio-android) can allow her to safely navigate into the Galactic Leyline, and only her presence as The Maiden (thus why she has a body) can open the way inside]].
16th Feb '17 3:55:10 AM Morgenthaler
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* Post-BrainUploading, Samus' former CO Adam in ''MetroidFusion'' is another spaceship guy, although it takes a little while for her to [[SomethingOnlyTheyWouldSay realise]] that it's actually him. Made a little awkward by the later revelation in ''VideoGame/MetroidOtherM'' that he was something of a father figure to her when he was alive; now she has a ship for a dad.

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* Post-BrainUploading, Samus' former CO Adam in ''MetroidFusion'' ''VideoGame/MetroidFusion'' is another spaceship guy, although it takes a little while for her to [[SomethingOnlyTheyWouldSay realise]] that it's actually him. Made a little awkward by the later revelation in ''VideoGame/MetroidOtherM'' that he was something of a father figure to her when he was alive; now she has a ship for a dad.
17th Jan '17 2:06:47 PM InvaderYoukoChan
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* SARA from {{Toonami}} controls the Absolution.

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* SARA from {{Toonami}} Creator/{{Toonami}} controls the Absolution.Absolution. A straight example of this trope is played when she gets a full body.
6th Nov '16 3:03:45 AM Morgenthaler
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* ''Film/TheDarkSideOfTheMoon'': The ship's computer is apparently a gynoid. A particularly curious example since she doesn't even walk around, just sits in one room.
30th Oct '16 3:59:46 PM nombretomado
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* ''Series/{{Andromeda}}'' and the titular starship, with her holographic and robotic avatars: Rommie, the ship's AI given an android body. The ship's AI also looks like Rommie, though the two became separate characters to a degree. Most of the High Guard ships of her class seen in the series had female avatars (with the explanation being that humans and a number of other species prefer female avatars), though we have had several on-screen examples of male [=AIs=], usually portrayed by someone who appeared on ''Series/StargateSG1'' or ''HerculesTheLegendaryJourneys'' (interestingly, they also tend to be the ones who end up being avatars of more than one ship, either because the AI switches ships or because a new AI is given a deceased AI's appearance).

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* ''Series/{{Andromeda}}'' and the titular starship, with her holographic and robotic avatars: Rommie, the ship's AI given an android body. The ship's AI also looks like Rommie, though the two became separate characters to a degree. Most of the High Guard ships of her class seen in the series had female avatars (with the explanation being that humans and a number of other species prefer female avatars), though we have had several on-screen examples of male [=AIs=], usually portrayed by someone who appeared on ''Series/StargateSG1'' or ''HerculesTheLegendaryJourneys'' ''Series/HerculesTheLegendaryJourneys'' (interestingly, they also tend to be the ones who end up being avatars of more than one ship, either because the AI switches ships or because a new AI is given a deceased AI's appearance).
5th Oct '16 4:27:32 PM nombretomado
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* EveOnline gives us AURA, the universal AI that acts as the (feminine) voice for your ship. Or rather, every ship, regardless of who is flying it. It's a bit disconcerting to have any ship from a harmless shuttle to a fleet-destroying Titan talk to you in the same calm, female voice.

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* EveOnline ''VideoGame/EveOnline'' gives us AURA, the universal AI that acts as the (feminine) voice for your ship. Or rather, every ship, regardless of who is flying it. It's a bit disconcerting to have any ship from a harmless shuttle to a fleet-destroying Titan talk to you in the same calm, female voice.
10th Sep '16 8:27:17 AM RashandFierce
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* SARA from {{Toonami}} controls the Absolution, or at least she did until they both [[BrotherChuck inexplicably disappeared]].
** As of April 27, 2013, [[TheBusCameBack She made her triumphant return!]]
* Only tangentially related, but too funny not to mention: Captain Star of ''WesternAnimation/CaptainStar'' insists that his ship the ''Boiling Hell'' is a he.

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* SARA from {{Toonami}} controls the Absolution, or at least she did until they both [[BrotherChuck inexplicably disappeared]].
** As of April 27, 2013, [[TheBusCameBack She made her triumphant return!]]
* Only tangentially related, but too funny not to mention: Captain Star of ''WesternAnimation/CaptainStar'' insists that his ship the ''Boiling Hell'' is a he.
Absolution.
24th Aug '16 6:36:21 PM Sark0TAG
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* ''VideoGame/TheJourneymanProject 2'' has Arthur, a space''station guy'', created by Dr. Kenneth Farnstien while on board his space station, Amarax. His integration is such that he can feel the craft "like a body", although the station itself has its own feminine ComputerVoice, which Arthur at one point calls "Mom". When you arrive, Farnstien is dead and the station's been hit by a meteor shower [[spoiler: and another time traveler who got there before you pissed him off but good]]. Then, after reading your Biochip files, discovering that he will die in the future, Arthur copies himself to a blank chip you're carrying and becomes your RobotBuddy for the rest of the game.

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* ''VideoGame/TheJourneymanProject 2'' has Arthur, a space''station guy'', created by Dr. Kenneth Farnstien while on board his space station, Amarax. His integration is such that he can feel the craft "like a body", although the station itself has its own feminine ComputerVoice, which Arthur at one point calls "Mom". When you arrive, Farnstien is dead and the station's been hit by a meteor shower [[spoiler: and another time traveler who got there before you an hour earlier had pissed him off but good]]. Then, after reading your Biochip files, discovering that he will die in the future, Arthur copies himself to a blank chip you're carrying and becomes your RobotBuddy for the rest of the game.
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