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18th Jul '16 8:22:27 AM CaptainCrawdad
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* Ikurei Xerius in ''Literature/SecondApocalypse''.

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* * ''Literature/SecondApocalypse'':
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Ikurei Xerius Istriya has a sexual relationship with both her son, the treacherous Emperor Ikurei Xerius, and her nephew, the equally treacherous Prince Ikurei Conphas.
** [[spoiler:Anasûrimbor Serwa and Anasûrimbor Moenghus are revealed to be lovers
in ''Literature/SecondApocalypse''.spite of officially being half-siblings, though in reality they share no blood relation. When Sorweel discovers their secret, they also reveal that they're far more cruel than he had originally thought]].
18th Jul '16 8:17:04 AM CaptainCrawdad
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* [[spoiler:Jaime and Cersei Lannister]] from ''Literature/ASongOfIceAndFire''--who are as villainous as GreyAndGrayMorality gets. Interestingly, for a long time they were the only genuinely loving couple in the series without a tragic ending in sight. Subverted, in that after [[spoiler:Jaime]]'s HeelFaceTurn and improved morality, he still loves her. It's not until she [[spoiler:turns into a paranoid wreck and runs herself into the ground]] that the relationship fails. [[spoiler:Cersei also has an affair with their weak-willed cousin Lancel]] (though first-cousin relationships are acceptable in Westeros--[[spoiler:Cersei's parents were first cousins]]).
** Played straight with the Targaryen family, who married brother-to-sister for hundreds of years to keep [[InTheBlood their blood pure]], which resulted in a degree of [[RoyallyScrewedUp being batshit insane]]. Not all Targaryens qualify as villains, but the ones who do tend to do so in grand style--Aerys II's madness was so violently destructive that he overthrew his own dynasty, committing several unpleasant murders which sparked off Robert's Rebellion. Aerys also became so insane that he got turned on watching people getting burned alive and would then violently rape his sister-wife, even though he had been forced to marry her by his parents--who themselves were siblings and had married for love against ''their'' father's wishes. Though Jaehaerys the Wise, considered [[TheGoodKing the best King]] to ever sit the Iron Throne, married his sister. There's an in-universe saying that when a Targaryen is born, the gods flip a coin to decide if he'll be great or mad. However the unpleasant and mentally unstable [[TheEvilPrince Viserys Taragryen]], though never marrying his sister Daenerys, sometimes treats her in a sexual manner and [[spoiler:attempted to take her virginity before her wedding]].
*** Another Targaryen King, Maegor [[NamesToRunAwayFromReallyFast the Cruel]], [[EvilUncle killed one of his nephews]], Prince Aegon, and married their wife, his niece Rhaena. Thankfully, he died shortly after when Aegon's brother Jaehaerys rose against him.
** [[EvilOverlord Euron]] [[EyepatchOfPower "Crow's Eye"]] Greyjoy, [[spoiler:King of the Iron Islands]], is implied to have molested his younger brother Aeron Greyjoy, who despises and fears him, and still has nightmares of a creaking hinge when Euron visited him at night.
** Also [[spoiler:Craster and his wives, who are also his daughters.]]

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* ''Literature/ASongOfIceAndFire''
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[[spoiler:Jaime and Cersei Lannister]] from ''Literature/ASongOfIceAndFire''--who are engage in {{twincest}}, which is revealed as an EstablishingCharacterMoment for them as early villains of the series.
** The Targaryen family has a long history of incest, often times matching siblings together to keep the bloodline pure. The dynasty produced a number of mad and
villainous as GreyAndGrayMorality gets. Interestingly, for a long time they were people, the only genuinely loving couple in most notable to the series without a tragic ending in sight. Subverted, in that after [[spoiler:Jaime]]'s HeelFaceTurn and improved morality, he still loves her. It's not until she [[spoiler:turns into a paranoid wreck and runs herself into the ground]] that the relationship fails. [[spoiler:Cersei also has an affair with their weak-willed cousin Lancel]] (though first-cousin relationships are acceptable in Westeros--[[spoiler:Cersei's parents were first cousins]]).
** Played straight with the Targaryen family, who married brother-to-sister for hundreds of years to keep [[InTheBlood their blood pure]], which resulted in a degree of [[RoyallyScrewedUp
being batshit insane]]. Not all Targaryens qualify as villains, but the ones who do tend to do so in grand style--Aerys II's madness was so violently destructive that he overthrew his own dynasty, committing several unpleasant murders which sparked off Robert's Rebellion. Aerys also became so insane that he got turned on watching people getting burned alive and would then violently rape his sister-wife, even though he had been forced to marry her by his parents--who themselves were siblings and had married for love against ''their'' father's wishes. Though Jaehaerys the Wise, considered [[TheGoodKing the best King]] to ever sit the Iron Throne, married his sister. There's an in-universe saying that when a Targaryen is born, the gods flip a coin to decide if he'll be great or mad. However the unpleasant and mentally unstable [[TheEvilPrince Viserys Taragryen]], though never marrying his sister Daenerys, sometimes treats her in a sexual manner and [[spoiler:attempted to take her virginity before her wedding]].
*** Another Targaryen King, Maegor [[NamesToRunAwayFromReallyFast the Cruel]], [[EvilUncle killed one of his nephews]], Prince Aegon, and married their wife, his niece Rhaena. Thankfully, he died shortly after when Aegon's brother Jaehaerys rose against him.
"The Mad King."
** [[EvilOverlord Euron]] Euron [[EyepatchOfPower "Crow's Eye"]] Greyjoy, [[spoiler:King of the Iron Islands]], is implied to have molested his younger brother Aeron Greyjoy, who despises and fears him, and still has nightmares of a creaking hinge when Euron visited him at night.
** Also [[spoiler:Craster Craster and his wives, who are also his daughters.]]
16th Jul '16 12:39:20 AM animenutcase
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** OTOH, other incestuous relationships aren't seen in '''such''' bad light. Raquesis was in UnrequitedLove with her half-brother Eldigan, whereas Claud and Sylvia are hinted to be either long lost siblings or distant cousins, and they were all good guys. In the second generation Lester and Lana can marry their cousins Patty and Faval (with the bonus that their moms, Aideen and Briggid, were ''identical twin sisters''), while Larcei is one of the most likely suitors for her half-cousin Shanan ''and'' [[GenerationXerox Raquesis' daughter Nanna can potentially marry Eldigan's son Ares]] (which is actually how the player gets in-game confirmation of how Raquesis really felt about Eldigan), and they're all on the side of good too.

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** OTOH, On the other hand, other incestuous relationships aren't seen in '''such''' bad light. Raquesis was in UnrequitedLove with her half-brother Eldigan, whereas Claud and Sylvia are hinted to be either long lost siblings or distant cousins, cousins (WordOfGod says it's the latter), and they were all good guys. In the second generation Lester and Lana can marry their cousins Patty and Faval (with the bonus that their moms, Aideen Adean and Briggid, were ''identical twin sisters''), while Larcei is one of the most likely suitors for her half-cousin Shanan ''and'' [[GenerationXerox Raquesis' Raquesis's daughter Nanna can potentially marry Eldigan's son Ares]] (which is actually how the player gets in-game confirmation of how Raquesis really felt about Eldigan), and they're all on the side of good too.
26th Jun '16 2:13:49 PM AgProv
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* Part of the demonisation of Pope Alexander VI (Rodrigo Borgia) is the continuing rumours that he had sex with his daughter, Lucrezia borgia. Quite a few historians today are doubtful that this ever happened, placing it in mythology territory.

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* Part of the demonisation of Pope Alexander VI (Rodrigo Borgia) is the continuing rumours that he had sex with his daughter, Lucrezia borgia.Borgia. Quite a few historians today are doubtful that this ever happened, placing it in mythology territory.
26th Jun '16 2:13:12 PM AgProv
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* Part of the demonisation of Pope Alexander VI (Rodrigo Borgia) is the continuing rumours that he had sex with his daughter, Lucrezia borgia. Quite a few historians today are doubtful that this ever happened, placing it in mythology territory.
31st May '16 7:13:41 PM YeMightyDespair
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* Once you learn the backstory, ''VideoGame/HauntingGround'' becomes MADE of this. Basically, [[spoiler: more or less every one of Fiona's stalkers is closely related to her, with the exception of Daniella. Her family's been cloning themselves through {{alchemy}} for centuries, each generation being composed of identical copies of the alchemist Aureolus Belli, Fiona being the first naturally born, non-Aureolus-clone Belli in hundreds of years. Her father was one of these clones, and his "brother" Riccardo stalks Fiona in an [[AttemptedRape attempt]] to [[StalkerWithATestTube impregnate her with another clone]]. Again, Riccardo is, not counting his rapid degeneration due to being hastily made, completely identical to Fiona's [[ParentalIncest father]], even if he wasn't already her [[CreepyUncle uncle]]. Debilitas, the first stalker in the game, is another clone, this time made by Riccardo. It's not immediately obvious though since Debilitas's creation was even more botched than Riccardo's own, though Debilitas does not yet seem to be suffering from any degeneration. This might not completely count as Debilitas's attraction to Fiona is entirely innocent and his danger to her is unintentional, but still. Lorenzo, on the other hand, swings right back into this trope. He is Fiona's "grandfather" and, again due to the cloning, is also genetically her father, the same as Riccardo. Like Riccardo, he wants Fiona's body, but for the Azoth contained inside rather than purely out of lust. Though, given some of the comments he makes towards her, especially after he's regressed in age to a young man, and the tone of voice he uses when talking to her, he's probably got some fairly squicky plans for her other than just Azoth-extraction.]]
24th May '16 12:49:00 AM BigKlingy
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** PlayedForLaughs with the Bandit Twins, a RecurringElement in the series: two {{Gonk}} bandit brothers who are always a little ''too'' fond of eachother.
22nd May '16 7:24:00 AM Eievie
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You have him [[ChaoticEvil break]] ([[SexIsEvilAndIAmHorny sexual]]) [[LawfulStupid taboos]] and engage in certain "taboo" or borderline activities which are frowned upon by many cultures. Sure, EvenBadMenLoveTheirMamas, but some bad men love their mamas a ''little'' too much, and this can be meant to add to the audience's view of the villain as a disgusting, depraved individual who commits evil and [[UnfortunateImplications 'unnatural']] acts [[WhamLine on a]] [[BigHam daily basis]].

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You have him [[ChaoticEvil break]] ([[SexIsEvilAndIAmHorny sexual]]) [[SexIsEvilAndIAmHorny sexual]] [[LawfulStupid taboos]] and engage in certain "taboo" or borderline activities which are frowned upon by many cultures. Sure, EvenBadMenLoveTheirMamas, but some bad men love their mamas a ''little'' too much, and this can be meant to add to the audience's view of the villain as a disgusting, depraved individual who commits evil and [[UnfortunateImplications 'unnatural']] "unnatural"]] acts [[WhamLine on a]] [[BigHam daily basis]].



* Pictured above: [[CreepyTwins Hansel and Gretel]] from ''Manga/BlackLagoon''. It's with each other, and they're kids, but this is one of the ''least'' ''[[TroublingUnchildlikeBehaviour disturbing things]]'' about them.

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* Pictured above: [[CreepyTwins Hansel and Gretel]] from ''Manga/BlackLagoon''. It's with each other, and they're kids, but this is one of the ''least'' ''[[TroublingUnchildlikeBehaviour ''least [[TroublingUnchildlikeBehaviour disturbing things]]'' about them.



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* In ''[[http://percyjacksonfanfiction.wikia.com/wiki/Stand_In_The_Rain Stand In The Rain,]]'' a ''Literature/PercyJacksonAndTheOlympians'' fanfiction, [[spoiler:the main character is raped by her mentally disturbed half-brother]]. FromBadToWorse--[[spoiler:she gets [[ChildByRape pregnant]]. With her own brother's baby]].

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* In ''[[http://percyjacksonfanfiction.wikia.com/wiki/Stand_In_The_Rain Stand In The Rain,]]'' a ''Literature/PercyJacksonAndTheOlympians'' fanfiction, [[spoiler:the main character is raped by her mentally disturbed half-brother]]. FromBadToWorse--[[spoiler:she gets [[ChildByRape pregnant]]. With her own brother's baby]].baby.]]



* Rather a lot of ''Literature/HarryPotter'' fanfiction, and for good reason. As noted below, the purebloods are absolutely obsessed with keeping their lineage "pure", untainted by {{Muggle}} blood. There's also not that ''many'' of them, so sooner or later they're going to have to resort to [[KissingCousins first cousins]], or [[BrotherSisterIncest worse.]] And some of Voldemort's followers are easily bugfuck nuts enough that they might actually be okay with this!

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* Rather a lot of ''Literature/HarryPotter'' fanfiction, and for good reason. As noted below, the purebloods are absolutely obsessed with keeping their lineage "pure", untainted by {{Muggle}} blood. There's also not that ''many'' of them, so sooner or later they're going to have to resort to [[KissingCousins first cousins]], or [[BrotherSisterIncest worse.]] worse]]. And some of Voldemort's followers are easily bugfuck nuts enough that they might actually be okay with this!
6th May '16 10:36:00 AM aye_amber
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* The Duet, [[{{Twincest}} twin rulers]] of the Seven Kingdoms in Morgan Llywelyn and Michael Scott's ''Literature/{{Arcana}}'' series.

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* The Duet, [[{{Twincest}} twin rulers]] of the Seven Kingdoms in Morgan Llywelyn and Michael Scott's ''Literature/{{Arcana}}'' ''Arcana'' series.
6th May '16 10:35:37 AM aye_amber
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* The Duet, [[{{Twincest}} twin rulers]] of the Seven Kingdoms in Morgan Llywelyn and Michael Scott's ''{{Arcana}}'' series.

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* The Duet, [[{{Twincest}} twin rulers]] of the Seven Kingdoms in Morgan Llywelyn and Michael Scott's ''{{Arcana}}'' ''Literature/{{Arcana}}'' series.
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