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13th Jul '17 7:22:12 PM Monolaf317
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** The Giftia are _*so*_ Ridiculously Human that Isla, in the first episode no less, suffers from a PottyEmergency from drinking too much tea. It's never really touched upon why incredibly complex androids and gynoids drink, and by extension, urinate.

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** The Giftia are _*so*_ ''so'' Ridiculously Human that Isla, in the first episode no less, suffers from a PottyEmergency from drinking too much tea. It's never really touched upon why incredibly complex androids and gynoids drink, and by extension, urinate.
26th Jun '17 2:45:11 PM Tehrannotaur
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** The Cyborgs, despite being mechanical. The only different to the other examples above, they age and even gain or lose weight.

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** The Cyborgs, despite being mechanical.{{Artificial Human}}s. The only different to the other examples above, they age and even gain or lose weight.
6th Apr '17 9:54:16 AM Willbyr
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* Minerva-X from ''Anime/MazingerZ'' was a HumongousMecha FemBot was conceived by [[TheProfessor Dr. Kabuto]] to fight alongside Mazinger-Z since he whole-heartedly believed a man always must fight with a strong woman by his side (he was a big defender of the BattleCouple trope). Her role was devising a battle strategy to help and support Mazinger according information Mazinger's main computer sent. Okay. However, apparently Dr. Kabuto also thought she needed being capable to think independantly, act on her own and feel emotions to carry out her mission. Not only that, but also he programmed her to love Mazinger-Z (he REALLY was a big defender of the BattleCouple trope). This is reinforced in ''ShinMazingerZero'' where she feels happiness, uncertainness, worry, jealousy, doubt, despair (to the point of telling her "heart" was breaking on one occasion), joy, and sometimes she even blushes.

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* Minerva-X from ''Anime/MazingerZ'' was a HumongousMecha FemBot was conceived by [[TheProfessor Dr. Kabuto]] to fight alongside Mazinger-Z since he whole-heartedly believed a man always must fight with a strong woman by his side (he was a big defender of the BattleCouple trope). Her role was devising a battle strategy to help and support Mazinger according information Mazinger's main computer sent. Okay. However, apparently Dr. Kabuto also thought she needed being capable to think independantly, act on her own and feel emotions to carry out her mission. Not only that, but also he programmed her to love Mazinger-Z (he REALLY was a big defender of the BattleCouple trope). This is reinforced in ''ShinMazingerZero'' ''Manga/ShinMazingerZero'' where she feels happiness, uncertainness, worry, jealousy, doubt, despair (to the point of telling her "heart" was breaking on one occasion), joy, and sometimes she even blushes.



* The comic relief robot in ''Anime/UchuuSenkanYamato'' (also known as ''Star Blazers'') is apparently programmed specially for sexual harassment, though exceedingly nonhuman in form, vaguely resembling [[Franchise/StarWars R2-D2]].

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* The comic relief robot in ''Anime/UchuuSenkanYamato'' ''Anime/SpaceBattleshipYamato'' (also known as ''Star Blazers'') is apparently programmed specially for sexual harassment, though exceedingly nonhuman in form, vaguely resembling [[Franchise/StarWars R2-D2]].
31st Mar '17 3:02:41 PM SgtFrog1
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** The Giftia are _*so*_ Ridiculously Human that Isla, in the first episode no less, suffers from a PottyEmergency from drinking too much tea. It's never really touched upon why incredibly complex androids and gynoids drink, and by extension, urinate.
9th Feb '17 10:25:02 AM WillKeaton
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* The androids from ''Anime/ArmitageIII'' are actually ranked according to how human they are. "Firsts" are basically non-human robots, "Seconds" are androids, and the "Thirds" are so close to human [[spoiler: they can get ''pregnant'']].

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* The androids from ''Anime/ArmitageIII'' are actually ranked according to how human they are. "Firsts" are basically non-human robots, "Seconds" are emotionless androids, and the "Thirds" are so close to human [[spoiler: they can get ''pregnant'']].
15th Jan '17 6:24:21 PM Igurusama
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** The Maiden Circuit in fact was built from Lorelei's personality, and [[spoiler:its main purpose was solely for being a replacement for her as the Mesopotamia AI became in love with her and wouldn't allow her to be taken away]]
10th Jan '17 7:24:13 AM Krieger22
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* The titular character Doraemon from, well, ''Anime/Doraemon''. Not only does he have all sorts of emotions, likes and dislikes, he's also dated a variety of cats. Oh, and he needs sleep, too.

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* The titular character Doraemon from, well, ''Anime/Doraemon''.''{{Anime/Doraemon}}''. Not only does he have all sorts of emotions, likes and dislikes, he's also dated a variety of cats. Oh, and he needs sleep, too.
16th Sep '16 6:08:27 AM BreadBull
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* The titular character Doraemon from, well, ''Anime/Doraemon''. Not only does he have all sorts of emotions, likes and dislikes, he's also dated a variety of cats. Oh, and he needs sleep, too.
-->'''Noby''': You're a robot, why do you need to sleep?
-->'''Doraemon''': Oh, so robots can't be sleepy, huh?
28th Mar '16 5:35:58 AM UmbrellasWereAwesome
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* Imo-chan from ''Anime/SoraOKakeruShoujo'' eats, sleeps, goes to school, has a [[MobileSuitHuman job as a maid]], and belongs to a club that restores old vehicles. Pretty impressive for a pint-sized, flying robot that appears to be designed as a ''vehicular auto-pilot system''.

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* Imo-chan from ''Anime/SoraOKakeruShoujo'' ''Anime/TheGirlWhoLeaptThroughSpace'' eats, sleeps, goes to school, has a [[MobileSuitHuman job as a maid]], and belongs to a club that restores old vehicles. Pretty impressive for a pint-sized, flying robot that appears to be designed as a ''vehicular auto-pilot system''.
30th Sep '15 4:28:13 PM nombretomado
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* OsamuTezuka's ''Manga/{{Phoenix}}'' includes tales that hit on a group of robots who, despite looking like large metal canisters with limbs, connect better with their masters because they seem a little more human than most. They're connected to a hive mind and, when one is executed, the others [[spoiler:walk en masse to kill themselves in lava pits]]. Furthermore, one who is on the moon at the time considers his more human characteristics at length, because it seems odd that he cannot follow the actions of the others. He eventually proves he's more than a robot by [[spoiler:murdering his arrogant boss]]. And somewhere in the mix, we find out that [[spoiler:the robots ''are'' more than mere machines, since the first one was made from the joined souls of a human and robot lover (who, yes, appears to have had a soul as well, oddly enough).]]

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* OsamuTezuka's Creator/OsamuTezuka's ''Manga/{{Phoenix}}'' includes tales that hit on a group of robots who, despite looking like large metal canisters with limbs, connect better with their masters because they seem a little more human than most. They're connected to a hive mind and, when one is executed, the others [[spoiler:walk en masse to kill themselves in lava pits]]. Furthermore, one who is on the moon at the time considers his more human characteristics at length, because it seems odd that he cannot follow the actions of the others. He eventually proves he's more than a robot by [[spoiler:murdering his arrogant boss]]. And somewhere in the mix, we find out that [[spoiler:the robots ''are'' more than mere machines, since the first one was made from the joined souls of a human and robot lover (who, yes, appears to have had a soul as well, oddly enough).]]
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