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12th Apr '16 2:51:50 PM Eievie
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The '''Sexpot''' is, as you'd expect, young-ish and sexy. Her sadism or (in milder versions) fervent militarism is presented as at least a bit enticing to our (male) hero, [[VillainessesWantHeroes whom she's likely to be attracted to despite herself.]] [[DefrostingIceQueen Her ice-queen facade is pretty likely to crack a little]] before the story is over. Her chances of surviving the story are variable to good, depending on how much she lets herself [[HighHeelFaceTurn fall for our hero]]. Most sexpot Baronesses like to WhipItGood.

The '''Rosa Klebb''' (named for the ''Film/JamesBond'' villain) is middle-aged and very much not attractive, but is more likely to be the BigBad herself rather than just working for him. She is immune to the hero's charms, and ominous emphasis is placed upon her utter asexuality, or upon hints that she [[PsychoLesbian likes the ladies]]. Bond-type heroes will be horrified by her, like she had three heads. No matter what, she ''will'' be dead as a doornail before the credits roll. No exceptions.

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\nThe *The '''Sexpot''' is, as you'd expect, young-ish and sexy. Her sadism or (in milder versions) fervent militarism is presented as at least a bit enticing to our (male) hero, [[VillainessesWantHeroes whom she's likely to be attracted to despite herself.]] [[DefrostingIceQueen Her ice-queen facade is pretty likely to crack a little]] before the story is over. Her chances of surviving the story are variable to good, depending on how much she lets herself [[HighHeelFaceTurn fall for our hero]]. Most sexpot Baronesses like to WhipItGood.

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'''Rosa Klebb''' (named for the ''Film/JamesBond'' villain) is middle-aged and very much not attractive, but is more likely to be the BigBad herself rather than just working for him. She is immune to the hero's charms, and ominous emphasis is placed upon her utter asexuality, or upon hints that she [[PsychoLesbian likes the ladies]]. Bond-type heroes will be horrified by her, like she had three heads. No matter what, she ''will'' be dead as a doornail before the credits roll. No exceptions.
8th Apr '16 11:26:21 AM Morgenthaler
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* Diana from ''Series/{{V}}'' is the Sexpot variety. She's beautiful and sadistic, although those who know that she's an evil reptile underneath her human skin are understandably disgusted. She proves herself more extreme than any of her comrades and ends up as the primary villain.

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* Diana from ''Series/{{V}}'' ''Series/{{V 1983}}'' is the Sexpot variety. She's beautiful and sadistic, although those who know that she's an evil reptile underneath her human skin are understandably disgusted. She proves herself more extreme than any of her comrades and ends up as the primary villain.
8th Apr '16 11:26:05 AM Morgenthaler
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** For a given definition of "class", perhaps. She looks and acts as though she rents by the hour.
*** Well, she ''was'' a late-1500s woman-of-the-town who was dying of a vicious STD before the Master turned her. She seemed to begin to revert to this whenever her will wasn't being enslaved to the [[DracoInLeatherPants sheer]] monstrousness of her would-be childe.
6th Apr '16 10:43:09 AM Morgenthaler
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* ''SinCity'' has an organization for assassins called The Guild. There are three women who fit this mold: Mariah, Blue Eyes, and Maxine.

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* ''SinCity'' ''ComicBook/SinCity'' has an organization for assassins called The Guild. There are three women who fit this mold: Mariah, Blue Eyes, and Maxine.
18th Mar '16 5:32:39 PM hospy
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** Inspired by [[TruthInTelevision real-life]] SS ''[[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Female_guards_in_Nazi_concentration_camps Aufseherinnen]]'' (female concentration camp guards and overseers) such as [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Irma_Grese Irma Grese]], who was ''incredibly'' sadistic with the prisoners of her camp, especially the women; and [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ilse_Koch Ilse Koch]], who infamously had [[GenuineHumanHide gloves and lampshades]] made from the skin of the prisoners of her husband's concentration camp. The film conveniently ignores the fact that no woman was ever the commandant of a Nazi prison camp.

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** Inspired by [[TruthInTelevision real-life]] SS ''[[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Female_guards_in_Nazi_concentration_camps Aufseherinnen]]'' (female concentration camp guards and overseers) such as [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Irma_Grese Irma Grese]], who was ''incredibly'' sadistic with the prisoners of her camp, especially the women; and [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ilse_Koch Ilse Koch]], who infamously had [[GenuineHumanHide gloves and lampshades]] made from the skin of the prisoners of her husband's concentration camp.Koch]]. The film conveniently ignores the fact that no woman was ever the commandant of a Nazi prison camp.
5th Mar '16 11:05:43 PM nombretomado
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* [[ManipulativeBitch Cassandra Nova]] from the ''ComicBook/{{X-Men}}'' is a Rosa Klebb-type and also one of the most dangerous adversaries of the team. She is Charles Xavier's EvilTwin, made all the more threatening for being elderly, unattractive, and [[BaldWomen bald]].
* Madame Hydra, a.k.a. The Viper, is a sexpot variation of the trope and one of ''CaptainAmerica'''s most prominent foes, being one of the primary leaders of the villainous organization ComicBook/{{HYDRA}}. Madame Hydra has also had a run-in with ''{{Wolverine}}'', along with several other heroes.

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* [[ManipulativeBitch Cassandra Nova]] from the ''ComicBook/{{X-Men}}'' ''ComicBook/XMen'' is a Rosa Klebb-type and also one of the most dangerous adversaries of the team. She is Charles Xavier's EvilTwin, made all the more threatening for being elderly, unattractive, and [[BaldWomen bald]].
* Madame Hydra, a.k.a. The Viper, is a sexpot variation of the trope and one of ''CaptainAmerica'''s ''ComicBook/CaptainAmerica'''s most prominent foes, being one of the primary leaders of the villainous organization ComicBook/{{HYDRA}}. Madame Hydra has also had a run-in with ''{{Wolverine}}'', ''ComicBook/{{Wolverine}}'', along with several other heroes.
25th Feb '16 5:51:22 PM VanHohenheimOfXerxes
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* The UrExample of this trope (specifically the Sexpot variety) could very well be Ayesha, or "She-Who-Must-Be-Obeyed," in Creator/HRiderHaggard's 1887 novel ''Literarure/{{She}}''. She's a cruel, ruthless tyrant with uncanny powers of seduction and many followers to do her bidding.

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* The UrExample of this trope (specifically the Sexpot variety) could very well be Ayesha, or "She-Who-Must-Be-Obeyed," in Creator/HRiderHaggard's 1887 novel ''Literarure/{{She}}''.''Literature/{{She}}''. She's a cruel, ruthless tyrant with uncanny powers of seduction and many followers to do her bidding.
22nd Jan '16 3:20:04 PM VanHohenheimOfXerxes
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* The UrExample of this trope (specifically the Sexpot variety) could very well be Ayesha, or "She-Who-Must-Be-Obeyed," in Creator/HRiderHaggard's 1887 novel ''Literarure/{{She}}''. She's a cruel, ruthless tyrant with uncanny powers of seduction and many followers to do her bidding.
11th Jan '16 2:29:02 PM IndirectActiveTransport
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* Wild Xenia, a giant, screaming war paint wearing German, took on a much more crafty scheming gimmick as The Baroness of USA based Derby City and Ohio Valley Wrestling.
29th Dec '15 11:14:26 AM Premonition45
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* Captain Phasma from ''Franchise/StarWars Episode VII:'' ''Film/TheForceAwakens'' is the first (confirmedly) female villain in a live-action Star Wars film. She leads the First Order's Stormtroopers, wearing a highly distinctive chrome armor and [[BadassCape cape]] which sets her apart from the standard Stormtroopers who wear white armor.
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