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21st Jun '17 2:21:54 PM TheNerevarine
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* Tala in ''VideoGame/DarkWatch''. Though she is introduced as a [[AntiHero member of the titular organization]] that hunts vampires, she is very seductive and clearly up to not good. She ends up [[spoiler:tricking the hero to turn her into a vampire while they are having sex so she can gain his powers and takes up the BigBad position after the hero destroys Lazarus, and she steals his power to remake the world in her image.]]
13th Jun '17 4:22:00 AM foxley
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* Not so much evil as irresponsible and immature, Mayzie La Bird is a kid-friendly version in ''Seussical''.

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* Not so much evil as irresponsible and immature, Mayzie La Bird is a kid-friendly version in ''Seussical''.''Theatre/{{Seussical}}''.



* Sally Bowles from ''Cabaret'' is another more irresponsible and immature than evil version.
* Fastrada, Pippin's Stepmother from ''Pippin'', is this to a V. She manipulates both Charles and Pippin to make sure her 'darling' son Lewis is next in line to the throne. Of course, she's manipulating Pippin for other reasons..."Sometimes I wonder if the fornicating I'm getting is worth the fornicating I'm getting."-Charles

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* Sally Bowles from ''Cabaret'' ''Theatre/{{Cabaret}}'' is another more irresponsible and immature than evil version.
* Fastrada, Pippin's Stepmother from ''Pippin'', ''Theatre/{{Pippin}}'', is this to a V. She manipulates both Charles and Pippin to make sure her 'darling' son Lewis is next in line to the throne. Of course, she's manipulating Pippin for other reasons..."Sometimes I wonder if the fornicating I'm getting is worth the fornicating I'm getting."-Charles


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* ''Theatre/ThePlayThatGoesWrong'': The character of Florence in the PlayWithinAPlay; Sandra turns it up to eleven by playing even her "hysterical episodes" seductively. It goes even past that when Trevor, forced to read Florence's lines, starts fake-grinding on the Inspector as a "hysterical episode".
19th May '17 1:56:02 AM Qube
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* Morinth from ''VideoGame/MassEffect2''. Her modus operandi is seducing people, then killing them via her genetic defect that causes [[DeathBySex brain overload during sex]]. Interestingly, [[spoiler:she's a recruitable character]].

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* Morinth from ''VideoGame/MassEffect2''. Her modus operandi is seducing people, then killing them via her genetic defect that causes [[DeathBySex brain overload during sex]]. Interestingly, [[spoiler:she's a recruitable character]].character, and attempting to romance her [[NonStandardGameOver goes about as well for Shepherd as it did for everyone else]]]].



%%* In ''Webcomic/GirlGenius'' this is currently the view given of Lucrezia.

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%%* * In ''Webcomic/GirlGenius'' this is currently ''Webcomic/GirlGenius'', the view given of Lucrezia.legendary Spark Lucrezia Mongfish would use seduction to manipulate others into doing her bidding. If that didn't work, she had [[MindControl Slaver Wasps]].
17th May '17 5:48:10 AM rafi
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** Selene, the Black Queen of the ''Hellfire Club'', also qualifies.

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** Selene, the Black Queen of the ''Hellfire Club'', also qualifies. Being a literal (psychic) vampire certainly helps.
17th May '17 5:45:57 AM rafi
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* ''ComicBook/TheMightyThor'':
** ''ComicBook/TheEnchantress'' at her most villainous. In a very clear-cut nod to her role as a stand-in for Freya in the Marvel mythos, she once traded a single night of lovemaking with three Dwarven master-smiths in exchange for the magnificent necklace Brisengamen.
** Her sister Lorelei too. Like her sister she is proficient in using her beauty and charm in order to seduce and dominate the will of others. And, unlike Amora, Lorelei has no interest in mastering sorcery other than to learn a few spells and potions to aid her seductive techniques.
22nd Apr '17 8:56:41 PM nombretomado
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* In ''SurvivalOfTheFittest'', several female players, such as Katherine Marks, Clemence, and Chi Masumi, have used their looks to try to seduce male opponents and catch them off guard or get protection/help from them. Usually, they try to kill the male once they're vulnerable. [[spoiler:This has just about never worked, James Coombs, Naoji Hideyoshi, and Aaron Redfield being the only actual victims of this tactic so far.]] Non-player females sometimes try to do something similar to charm males into helping them, but this has become rare by v3.

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* In ''SurvivalOfTheFittest'', ''Roleplay/SurvivalOfTheFittest'', several female players, such as Katherine Marks, Clemence, and Chi Masumi, have used their looks to try to seduce male opponents and catch them off guard or get protection/help from them. Usually, they try to kill the male once they're vulnerable. [[spoiler:This has just about never worked, James Coombs, Naoji Hideyoshi, and Aaron Redfield being the only actual victims of this tactic so far.]] Non-player females sometimes try to do something similar to charm males into helping them, but this has become rare by v3.
8th Mar '17 5:39:47 PM takeawhirl
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* A whole series of FilmNoir movies made in the 1940s and 50s: Phyllis in ''Film/DoubleIndemnity'', Kathie from ''Out of the Past''. Even MarilynMonroe's character in ''Niagara''.

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* A whole series of FilmNoir movies made in the 1940s and 50s: Phyllis in ''Film/DoubleIndemnity'', Kathie from ''Out of the Past''.''Film/OutOfThePast''. Even MarilynMonroe's character in ''Niagara''.
5th Mar '17 5:27:04 PM nombretomado
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* Parodied in ''ILoveLucy''. In one episode, Cousin Ernie visits the Ricardos in New York, but likes the city a bit ''too'' much and just plain won't leave. Ernie's a sweet, simple, naive country man whose mother warned him about "wicked city women" who would try to "vamp" him... which Lucy decides to use to her advantage ''dressing up as one of those "wicked city women"'' to scare Ernie away. This entails putting on a slinky, sparkly black dress (loaded with about 800 strings of pearls), OperaGloves, and a black bob wig, in addition to carrying a long, elegant cigarette holder and walking around with a ridiculously exaggerated sashay (quote Ernie: "You got quite a hitch in yer gitalong!"). When Lucy introduces herself as a city woman ("I'm gonna VAMP you"), Ernie freaks out a bit, until she sashays over and begins "vamping" him... with involves her sashaying in place while repeatedly mussing his hair. After confirming with Lucy that she's vamping him, Ernie tells her [[GoneHorriblyRight he likes it]], at which point ''Lucy'' [[OhCrap panics and runs off]], with Ernie in hot pursuit.

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* Parodied in ''ILoveLucy''.''Series/ILoveLucy''. In one episode, Cousin Ernie visits the Ricardos in New York, but likes the city a bit ''too'' much and just plain won't leave. Ernie's a sweet, simple, naive country man whose mother warned him about "wicked city women" who would try to "vamp" him... which Lucy decides to use to her advantage ''dressing up as one of those "wicked city women"'' to scare Ernie away. This entails putting on a slinky, sparkly black dress (loaded with about 800 strings of pearls), OperaGloves, and a black bob wig, in addition to carrying a long, elegant cigarette holder and walking around with a ridiculously exaggerated sashay (quote Ernie: "You got quite a hitch in yer gitalong!"). When Lucy introduces herself as a city woman ("I'm gonna VAMP you"), Ernie freaks out a bit, until she sashays over and begins "vamping" him... with involves her sashaying in place while repeatedly mussing his hair. After confirming with Lucy that she's vamping him, Ernie tells her [[GoneHorriblyRight he likes it]], at which point ''Lucy'' [[OhCrap panics and runs off]], with Ernie in hot pursuit.
28th Feb '17 8:46:44 AM rafi
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* Slan from ''Manga/{{Berserk}}''.

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* Slan from ''Manga/{{Berserk}}''.''Manga/{{Berserk}}'':
%%** Slan.
25th Feb '17 1:36:05 PM IdumeanPatriot
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* Lee Gen, the darkly [[AntiHero anti-heroic]] Chinese spy in ''Literature/{{Caliphate}}'', is one of the very few [[CampGay male]] examples known to exist, thanks to science-fiction technologies which allows him to present a ''really'' convincing AttractiveBentGender.

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* Lee Gen, the darkly [[AntiHero anti-heroic]] Chinese spy in ''Literature/{{Caliphate}}'', is one of the very few [[CampGay male]] examples known to exist, thanks to science-fiction technologies which allows allow him to present a ''really'' convincing AttractiveBentGender.
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