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20th Aug '16 6:54:03 PM contrafanxxx
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** Lilica Felchenerow is shown wearing a [[SleevesAreForWimps sleeveless jacket]] with [[AbsoluteCleavage zipper down]]. And one of her win poses has her [[TheCoatsComeOff whipping her jacket off]] revealing her [[BareYourMidriff sports bra]].

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** Lilica Felchenerow is shown wearing a [[SleevesAreForWimps sleeveless jacket]] with [[AbsoluteCleavage zipper down]]. And one of her win poses has her [[TheCoatsComeOff [[TheCoatsAreOff whipping her jacket off]] revealing her [[BareYourMidriff sports bra]].
19th Aug '16 3:38:41 PM pinkdalek
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** ''VideoGame/MobiusFinalFantasy'' ran into the slightly peculiar situation of having to cover up a ''male'' character because playtesters found his outfit 'too sexy'. Originally a sort of skintight leather cloth glued over his chest that showed his sides, thong-lines, [[TattooAsCharacterType enormous tribal back-piece]] and butt, Wol ended up dressed in a (still very revealing) carapace with a little shoulder-cape.
14th Aug '16 10:26:07 AM TheNerevarine
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* ComicBook/LadyDeath: When most of your outfits are a bra, garter belt, thong and thigh-high spike-heeled boots, what do you expect?

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* ComicBook/LadyDeath: When most of your outfits are a bra, garter belt, thong and thigh-high spike-heeled boots, what do you expect?expect? To be fair, it was justified in the original backstory that the costume was intended for one of {{Satan}}'s concubines.
12th Aug '16 7:20:07 PM merotoker
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This {{trope}} can be applied in the opposite direction; in the West, this takes the form of inserting 'exceptionally flattering' clothing for male roles, such as policemen, firemen, male gardeners or pool boys, into traditionally female-oriented fare, like soaps and prime-time dramas. But these tend to accentuate a man's musculature and physical strength, whereas women in fantasy are almost always drawn as waiflike supermodels. In {{anime}} and {{manga}}, however (especially those aimed at a [[ShoujoDemographic female]] [[BoysLoveGenre audience]]), the {{Bishonen}} can be as scantily clad as the girls.

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This {{trope}} can be applied in the opposite direction; in the West, this takes the form of inserting 'exceptionally flattering' clothing for male roles, such as policemen, firemen, male gardeners or pool boys, into traditionally female-oriented fare, like soaps and prime-time dramas. But these tend to accentuate a man's musculature and physical strength, whereas women in fantasy are almost always drawn as waiflike supermodels. In {{anime}} and {{manga}}, however (especially those aimed at a [[ShoujoDemographic female]] [[BoysLoveGenre [[YaoiGenre audience]]), the {{Bishonen}} can be as scantily clad as the girls.



* There's a lot of stripperific characters in Manga/JojosBizarreAdventure. To name a few: there's Dio,[[labelnote:*]] at least after fusing with Jonathon's body sine he spent a lot of time posing shirtless with it in his room[[/labelnote]] Joseph, ''all'' of the Pillar Men, Vanilla Ice, Fugo, Diavolo, Risotto, Jolyne, and Anasui. Again, to name a few!

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* There's a lot of stripperific characters in Manga/JojosBizarreAdventure.''Manga/JoJosBizarreAdventure''. To name a few: there's Dio,[[labelnote:*]] at least after fusing with Jonathon's body sine he spent a lot of time posing shirtless with it in his room[[/labelnote]] Joseph, ''all'' of the Pillar Men, Vanilla Ice, Fugo, Diavolo, Risotto, Jolyne, and Anasui. Again, to name a few!



** She does not wear her jacket in the opening of the OVA, which shows her only wearing bikni.

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** She does not wear her jacket in the opening of the OVA, which shows her only wearing bikni.bikini.



* Lampshaded when Firestar joined Comicbook/TheAvengers. She was utterly mortified upon seeing the [[ImpossiblyLowNeckline revealing new costume]] Comicbook/TheWasp designed for her, and stated that she could barely fit into it.

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* Lampshaded when Firestar joined Comicbook/TheAvengers. [[http://static.comicvine.com/uploads/original/1/11352/1198583-4_20_2010_6_45_44_pm.jpg She was utterly mortified mortified]] upon seeing the [[ImpossiblyLowNeckline revealing new costume]] Comicbook/TheWasp designed for her, and stated that she could barely fit into it.



* ''Series/{{Supergirl}}'' plays with this rather hypocritically. When trying on costumes in the first episode they bring her out in a crop-top and booty shorts which she rejects but the costume she settles on consists of a tight top, a DangerouslyShortSkirt and hooker boots. The latter two combine for a Grade B ZettaiRyouiki.

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* ''Series/{{Supergirl}}'' ''Series/{{Supergirl|2015}}'' plays with this rather hypocritically. When trying on costumes in the first episode they bring her out in a crop-top and booty shorts which she rejects but the costume she settles on consists of a tight top, a DangerouslyShortSkirt and hooker boots. The latter two combine for a Grade B ZettaiRyouiki.



* ''{{Wrestling/Wrestlicious}}'' had all of its cast given sexy characters with an appropriately sexy costume to match. Notably Stripperiffic costumes came in the form of [[http://images2.wikia.nocookie.net/__cb20120303205634/wrestlicious/images/a/a4/Autumn-Frost_PROFILEjpg.jpg Autumn Frost]], [[http://slam.canoe.ca/Slam/Wrestling/2010/02/24/w2.jpg Cousin Cassie]], [[http://static.wix.com/media/db8dc6_aae1d32a53aebbcc50b1b05cc5c681e2.jpg_srz_360_480_85_22_0.50_1.20_0.00_jpg_srz Glory]] and [[http://www.diva-dirt.com/wp-content/gallery/felony/001.jpg Felony]].

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* ''{{Wrestling/Wrestlicious}}'' had all of its cast given sexy characters with an appropriately sexy costume to match. Notably Stripperiffic costumes came in the form of [[http://images2.wikia.nocookie.net/__cb20120303205634/wrestlicious/images/a/a4/Autumn-Frost_PROFILEjpg.jpg Autumn Frost]], [[http://slam.canoe.ca/Slam/Wrestling/2010/02/24/w2.jpg Cousin Cassie]], [[http://static.wix.wixstatic.com/media/db8dc6_aae1d32a53aebbcc50b1b05cc5c681e2.jpg_srz_360_480_85_22_0.50_1.20_0.00_jpg_srz jpg/v1/fill/w_360,h_480,al_c,q_90/db8dc6_aae1d32a53aebbcc50b1b05cc5c681e2.jpg Glory]] and [[http://www.diva-dirt.com/wp-content/gallery/felony/001.jpg Felony]].



* JustifiedTrope with the sorcerer iconic Seoni from ''TabletopGame/{{Pathfinder}}'' by simple {{Troperithmetic}}: ArmorAndMagicDontMix + [[DownplayedTrope Downplayed]] VainSorceress = Stripperific outfit.

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* JustifiedTrope with the sorcerer iconic Seoni from ''TabletopGame/{{Pathfinder}}'' by simple {{Troperithmetic}}: JustForFun/{{Troperithmetic}}: ArmorAndMagicDontMix + [[DownplayedTrope Downplayed]] VainSorceress = Stripperific Stripperiffic outfit.



* In ''Tabletopgame/BattleTech'', pilots of [[HumongousMecha Battlemechs]] go into combat wearing little more than a thin vest and shorty shorts. [[JustifiedTrope Justified]], as the cockpit of a battlemech can become lethally hot in combat due to OverHeating; the vests are laced with a network of cooling cables. Downplayed as the series moves on and LostTechnology is recovered, allowing full-body jumpsuits laced with new non-toxic coolant fluid.

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* In ''Tabletopgame/BattleTech'', pilots of [[HumongousMecha Battlemechs]] go into combat wearing little more than a thin vest and shorty shorts. [[JustifiedTrope Justified]], {{Justified|Trope}}, as the cockpit of a battlemech can become lethally hot in combat due to OverHeating; the vests are laced with a network of cooling cables. Downplayed as the series moves on and LostTechnology is recovered, allowing full-body jumpsuits laced with new non-toxic coolant fluid.



* [[http://media.photobucket.com/image/contra%20sheena/NecroNinja/Cool%20sci-fi%20stuff/conhcp2-3.gif Sheena Etranzi]] wears an incredibly impractical BattleBikini and a trio of belts around her midriff in ''VideoGame/{{Contra}}: Hard Corps''. Despite this, Creator/{{Konami}} and WayForwardTechnologies removed the belts and added a generous amount of cleavage in [[http://www.blogcdn.com/nintendo.joystiq.com/media/2008/03/cdsjppr002ak.jpg Contra 4]]. The other female character in Contra 4, Lucia, is a bit more modest, wearing a [[http://www.blogcdn.com/nintendo.joystiq.com/media/2008/03/cdsjppr003ak.jpg blue one-piece swimsuit with chaps.]] Then again, most of the male characters are shirtless.

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* [[http://media.photobucket.com/image/contra%20sheena/NecroNinja/Cool%20sci-fi%20stuff/conhcp2-3.gif Sheena Etranzi]] wears an incredibly impractical BattleBikini and a trio of belts around her midriff in ''VideoGame/{{Contra}}: Hard Corps''. Despite this, Creator/{{Konami}} and WayForwardTechnologies Creator/WayForwardTechnologies removed the belts and added a generous amount of cleavage in [[http://www.blogcdn.com/nintendo.joystiq.com/media/2008/03/cdsjppr002ak.jpg Contra 4]]. The other female character in Contra 4, Lucia, is a bit more modest, wearing a [[http://www.blogcdn.com/nintendo.joystiq.com/media/2008/03/cdsjppr003ak.jpg blue one-piece swimsuit with chaps.]] Then again, most of the male characters are shirtless.



* Played straight and Inverted in ''Franchise/MortalKombat'', where quite a few of the male and female fighters wear skimpy outfits while beating the crap out of each other (The dress code for Edenian royalty must have been based on [[GoGoEnslavement Slave]] [[Franchise/StarWars Leia]]). [[BigBad Shao Kahn]] himself is a male example. The only real exception to this is Ashrah, whose outfits are about the most modest and covering garments ever seen on an MK female.

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* Played straight and Inverted inverted in ''Franchise/MortalKombat'', where quite a few of the male and female fighters wear skimpy outfits while beating the crap out of each other (The dress code for Edenian royalty must have been based on [[GoGoEnslavement Slave]] [[Franchise/StarWars Leia]]). [[BigBad Shao Kahn]] himself is a male example. The only real exception to this is Ashrah, whose outfits are about the most modest and covering garments ever seen on an MK female.



* The ''VideoGame/{{Unreal}}'' series started fairly innocuously, with the females in workwear and armour similar to the males (at least of their faction). ''VideoGame/UnrealChampionship2TheLiandriConflict'' (ie: Selket) raised the bar, then the bar had a bottle rocket put under it by ''VideoGame/UnrealIITheAwakening''. In that title, the player would face enemy mercenaries in massive powered armour, with the female mercs fully armoured on the limbs but wearing only a plexiglass screen and some circuitry from their thighs to the top of their head.

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* The ''VideoGame/{{Unreal}}'' series started fairly innocuously, with the females in workwear and armour similar to the males (at least of their faction). ''VideoGame/UnrealChampionship2TheLiandriConflict'' (ie: (i.e.: Selket) raised the bar, then the bar had a bottle rocket put under it by ''VideoGame/UnrealIITheAwakening''. In that title, the player would face enemy mercenaries in massive powered armour, with the female mercs fully armoured on the limbs but wearing only a plexiglass screen and some circuitry from their thighs to the top of their head.



* ''VideoGame/{{Gradius}}'''s spin off, ''VideoGame/{{Otomedius}}'', takes a MoeAnthropomorphism trope to a new level. CoolShip like Vic Viper and Lord British are now Stripperiffic women wearing a spacesuits that do not even cover their breasts properly. Given that the artist was the same one doing KeroroGunsou, [[{{Fanservice}} it's not surprising.]]

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* ''VideoGame/{{Gradius}}'''s spin off, ''VideoGame/{{Otomedius}}'', takes a MoeAnthropomorphism trope to a new level. CoolShip like Vic Viper and Lord British are now Stripperiffic women wearing a spacesuits that do not even cover their breasts properly. Given that the artist was the same one doing KeroroGunsou, ''Manga/SgtFrog'', [[{{Fanservice}} it's not surprising.]]



* In ''WebAnimation/DeathBattle'''s "Comicbook/{{Rogue}} vs. Franchise/WonderWoman" match, [[DeconstructedTrope this is argued as a disadvantage for Wonder Woman]], as Rogue possesses the ability to steal powers on skin contact and Wonder Woman quite famously wears a very revealing outfit. [[spoiler:Sure enough, because there's no preparation time or pre-fight knowledge in Death Battles, Wonder Woman doesn't know about Rogue's power and easily falls victim to this, allowing Rogue to kill her]].

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* In ''WebAnimation/DeathBattle'''s "Comicbook/{{Rogue}} vs. Franchise/WonderWoman" match, [[DeconstructedTrope this is argued as a disadvantage for Wonder Woman]], as Rogue possesses the ability to steal powers on skin contact and Wonder Woman quite famously wears a very revealing outfit. [[spoiler:Sure enough, because there's no preparation time or pre-fight knowledge in Death Battles, Wonder Woman doesn't know about Rogue's power and easily falls victim to this, allowing Rogue to kill her]].her.]]
7th Aug '16 3:20:14 PM Gamermaster
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** And the lack of clothing is ''completely justified'' since [[spoiler: almost all clothing in the world contains Life Fibers. Senketsu and Junketsu in particular are entirely made out of the stuff. If you had to wear something made out of mind-controlling parasitic aliens, wouldn't you want as little of it as possible touching you?]]
17th Jul '16 6:50:19 PM DastardlyDemolition
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* In ''WebAnimation/IfTheEmperorHadATextToSpeechDevice'', ''all'' the Custodes are this, even [[24HourArmor Little Kitten]] at one time. The least clothed being the trio called the Fabulous Custodes [[Manga/JoJosBizarreAdventure (Karstodes, Custodisi, and Whammudes)]] wear only loincloths and hearty amount of body oil though a [[LargeHam nameless one]] based on Diavolo (Custodevolo?) at least wears a pair of pants.

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* In ''WebAnimation/IfTheEmperorHadATextToSpeechDevice'', ''all'' the Custodes are this, even [[24HourArmor [[TwentyFourHourArmor Little Kitten]] at one time. The least clothed being the trio called the Fabulous Custodes [[Manga/JoJosBizarreAdventure (Karstodes, Custodisi, and Whammudes)]] wear only loincloths and hearty amount of body oil oil, though a [[LargeHam nameless one]] based on Diavolo (Custodevolo?) at least wears a pair of pants.
17th Jul '16 6:43:39 PM DastardlyDemolition
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* In ''WebAnimation/IfTheEmperorHadATextToSpeechDevice'', ''all'' the Custodes are this, even [[24HourArmor Little Kitten]] at one time. The least clothed being the trio called the Fabulous Custodes [[Manga/JoJosBizarreAdventure (Karstodes, Custodisi, and Whammudes)]] wear only loincloths and hearty amount of body oil though a [[LargeHam nameless one]] based on Diavolo (Custodevolo?) at least wears a pair of pants.
11th Jul '16 6:00:23 PM ElodieHiras
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* JustifiedTrope with the sorcerer iconic Seoni from ''TabletopGame/{{Pathfinder}}'' by simple {{Troperithmetic}}: ArmorAndMagicDontMix + [[DownplayedTrope Downplayed]] VainSorceress = Stripperific outfit.
6th Jul '16 6:13:10 AM DanteVin
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* Most of the main characters in ''Franchise/BlackRockShooter'' are dressed in this fashion, but the titular character earns the spot with an exposed midriff, and revealing legs, making her outfit look like a combination of a swimsuit, boots, and a hooded jacket.
** She does not wear her jacket in the opening of the OVA, which shows her only wearing bikni.
30th Jun '16 12:06:05 AM PaulA
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* Carol Danvers of Comicbook/MsMarvel fame used to be one of the poster girls for this until she went all CaptainMarvel and started wearing an all body covering suit.

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* Carol Danvers of Comicbook/MsMarvel fame used to be one of the poster girls for this until she went all CaptainMarvel Captain Marvel and started wearing an all body covering suit. suit.
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