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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).]]
21st Aug '15 4:38:56 PM Gamermaster
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** She also [[spoiler: has a soul, since she was able to form a Pactio with Negi.]]
4th Jun '15 2:43:02 PM StFan
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* ''Anime/EveNoJikan'' is centered around a club where commercially manufactured servant androids can go to interact with each other and humans as humanly as possible. The club specifically has a rule against discrimination against one side by the other. They're actually good enough to fool each other without meaning to! Pretty trippy when you consider that by the [[Creator/IsaacAsimov Asimovian]] conventions they're programmed to never disobey a human command unless it means bringing humans to harm.

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* ''Anime/EveNoJikan'' ''Anime/TimeOfEve'' is centered around a club where commercially manufactured servant androids can go to interact with each other and humans as humanly as possible. The club specifically has a rule against discrimination against one side by the other. They're actually good enough to fool each other without meaning to! Pretty trippy when you consider that by the [[Creator/IsaacAsimov Asimovian]] conventions they're programmed to never disobey a human command unless it means bringing humans to harm.
25th Apr '15 12:17:52 PM F1Krazy
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* In ''Anime/PlasticMemories'', the Giftia look and act almost indistinguishable from normal humans, with the major difference being that after nine years, a Giftia's memories and personality will start to deteriorate and then disappear completely. The series revolves around a retrieval squad whose job is to take back the Giftia and wipe their memories before that happens. What happens if a Giftia exceeds its lifespan is unclear, but it's apparent that it wouldn't end well.
22nd Mar '15 1:24:12 PM whizzerd
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* In ''Anime/YuGiOh5Ds'', there are robotic members of Yliaster who look entirely human and have a variety of human functions (such as breathing, sleeping, eating, and bleeding).
18th Aug '14 1:31:58 AM Hailfire25
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* In ''Anime/ClockworkPlanet'' we have Ryuzu who looks like a normal teenage girl.
3rd Aug '14 6:27:51 PM Kotomikun
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* Nano from ''Manga/{{Nichijou}}''. Take the winding key off her back, and no one could tell that she isn't human.

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* Nano from ''Manga/{{Nichijou}}''. Take the winding key off her back, and no one could tell that she isn't human. There's also the puzzle of how her creator, Hakase, managed to build a robot that's [[ChildProdigy more mentally mature than herself]].
16th Apr '14 9:32:56 PM MJC
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* Even though ''Manga/DragonBall'''s Androids 17 and 18 [[WasOnceAMan used to be human]], Android 8 and Android 16 are played straight. Both are shown to be highly compassionate, and developed firm enough friendships with the main characters to help Goku take down Muscle Tower and help push Gohan to Super Saiyan 2 level, respectively.

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* Even though ''Manga/DragonBall'''s Androids 17 and 18 [[WasOnceAMan used to be human]], human]] (and arguably still are mostly human), Android 8 and Android 16 are played straight. Both are shown to be highly compassionate, and developed firm enough friendships with the main characters to help Goku take down Muscle Tower and help push Gohan to Super Saiyan 2 level, respectively.
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