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thunderwolfx17
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08:39:38 PM Oct 10th 2014
"A subversion would be Lieutenant Nemu Kurotsuchi from Bleach, who is often abused by her father and Captain, Mayuri Kurotsuchi, yet remains unwaveringly loyal to him.

  • This could have something to do with the fact that she was artificially created by him, and might even be his Opposite-Sex Clone"

....or it could have something to do with the fact that he is her father and only parent. Fun fact, children often love their parents and want to be loved back. It might also have something to do with the whole life-time of abuse thing. People stay with their abusers not because they are robots or inhuman, but because they physically and psychologically can't leave due to fear and other trauma. Just thought I'd point that out.
MithrandirOlorin
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01:30:04 PM Jun 1st 2012
Could Kalinka Cossack of Megaman 4 count as an inversion or Subversion or something? Her Dad turns out to not be Evil at all, but was being forced by Willy because she was his Hostage.
MithrandirOlorin
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12:19:02 PM Jun 1st 2012
edited by MithrandirOlorin
Am I the only who feels like we're better off merging this with Daddys Little Villian? Especially in the modern world of more complicated character any Villian's Daughter could go either way at any given time, just look at Talia Al'Ghul.

Not to mention when a story is just started, every example of this Trope seems like the counterpart at first.
hcobb
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07:49:35 AM Mar 23rd 2012
The description is lacking to the point that it only works if the reader already knows how the trope works.

So perhaps a brief generic plot outline here?
R.G.
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03:31:25 PM Nov 22nd 2011
What if the daughter is a Mad Scientist herself?
qtjinla15
07:50:24 PM Jan 23rd 2012
Genius!
muffin_shota
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05:23:31 PM Oct 23rd 2010
Hm. Should we try to find a better photo of them? To be honest, I can't really find the beauty of Nemu in this photo, and that's a shame because she's stunning.
qtjinla15
07:50:08 PM Jan 23rd 2012
If the trope is about the Mad Scientist's beautiful daughter falling in love with the hero then isn't the current photo out of place?
FastEddie
moderator
07:53:55 PM Jan 23rd 2012
It isn't. I removed that. It is about scientists having a beautiful daughter. Betrayal is just one of many different plots that may develop.
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