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* ComedicLolicon: She's apparently the 'lolicon' aspect of Dr. Babylon
* TheLastOfTheseIsNotLikeTheOthers: She's the last [[note]][[spoiler: in a sense]][[/note]] gynoid that Touya meets and the first that doesn't kiss him to take his DNA.


* LoveableSexManiac: The only thing Francesca wants is to have sex with Touya, no matter the situation or occasion. He refers to her having a very "pink" mind.

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* LoveableSexManiac: LovableSexManiac: The only thing Francesca wants is to have sex with Touya, no matter the situation or occasion. He refers to her having a very "pink" mind.


* {{Dojikko}}: She's characterized as being highly energetic and cute, and unbelievably clumsy.

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* {{Dojikko}}: CuteClumsyGirl: She's characterized as being highly energetic and cute, and unbelievably clumsy.


!!! '''Voiced by:''' Creator/RumiOokubo (Japanese)

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!!! '''Voiced by:''' Creator/RumiOokubo (Japanese)(Japanese), Creator/BrittneyKarbowski (English)


* AntiClimaxBoss: She instantly gives Touya control of the Rampart when she learns he already has 4 pieces.

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* AntiClimaxBoss: AntiClimax: She instantly gives Touya control of the Rampart when she learns he already has 4 pieces.


* ExactWords: In Episode 11, Francesca calls Touya "Master" (in GratuitousEnglish) and the girls are confused about what that word means. She tells them it means "husband" (danna-sama). Because most Japanese words have more than one meaning, she's technically correct--under Japanese gender dynamics, "danna" ''does'' mean "master". A panicked and annoyed Touya tries to correct her by saying she instead means "shujin"...which also means "master", but is an even ''[[DiggingYourselfDeeper stronger]]'' word for "husband" (more specifically, "master of the household"). This, naturally, only ticks off Linze even more.

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* ExactWords: In Episode 11, Francesca calls Touya "Master" (in GratuitousEnglish) and the girls are confused about what that word means. She tells them it means "husband" (danna-sama). Because most Japanese words have more than one meaning, she's technically correct--under Japanese gender dynamics, "danna" ''does'' mean "master". A Faced with an angered Linze, a panicked and annoyed Touya tries to correct her by saying she instead means "shujin"...which also means "master", but is an even ''[[DiggingYourselfDeeper stronger]]'' word for "husband" (more specifically, "master of the household"). This, naturally, only ticks off Linze even more.more, and then Cesca hits them with one final homerun by stating "I showed him my panties, and Touya became my husband/master".[[note]]A common Japanese urban legend is that if a girl allows a boy to see her panties/genitalia, they are forced to marry to preserve her purity.[[/note]]...which makes all of the other girls have a MassOhCrap moment.


* ExactWords: In Episode 11, Francesca calls Touya "Master" (in GratuitousEnglish) and the girls are confused about what that word means. She tells them it means "husband" (danna-sama). Because most Japanese words have more than one meaning, she's technically correct--under Japanese gender dynamics, "danna" ''does'' mean "master". A panicked and annoyed Touya tries to correct her by saying she instead means "shujin"...which also means "master", but is an even ''[[DiggingThemselvesDeeper stronger]]'' word for "husband" (more specifically, "master of the household"). This, naturally, only ticks off Linze even more.

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* ExactWords: In Episode 11, Francesca calls Touya "Master" (in GratuitousEnglish) and the girls are confused about what that word means. She tells them it means "husband" (danna-sama). Because most Japanese words have more than one meaning, she's technically correct--under Japanese gender dynamics, "danna" ''does'' mean "master". A panicked and annoyed Touya tries to correct her by saying she instead means "shujin"...which also means "master", but is an even ''[[DiggingThemselvesDeeper ''[[DiggingYourselfDeeper stronger]]'' word for "husband" (more specifically, "master of the household"). This, naturally, only ticks off Linze even more.

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* ExactWords: In Episode 11, Francesca calls Touya "Master" (in GratuitousEnglish) and the girls are confused about what that word means. She tells them it means "husband" (danna-sama). Because most Japanese words have more than one meaning, she's technically correct--under Japanese gender dynamics, "danna" ''does'' mean "master". A panicked and annoyed Touya tries to correct her by saying she instead means "shujin"...which also means "master", but is an even ''[[DiggingThemselvesDeeper stronger]]'' word for "husband" (more specifically, "master of the household"). This, naturally, only ticks off Linze even more.


* UnkemptBeauty: Unlike the other gynoids, she has a very natural look.


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* UnkemptBeauty: Unlike the other gynoids, she has a very natural look.


* PantyShot: Her trial consists of making Touya guess what color her panties are. Using Long Sense and x-ray vision, he finds out that they're ''transparent''.


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* PantyShot: Her trial consists of making Touya guess what color her panties are. Using Long Sense and x-ray vision, he finds out that they're ''transparent''.

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* TheLastOfTheseIsNotLikeTheOthers: Airframe #29 is [[spoiler:Regina Babylon herself, uploaded into a gynoid body.]]


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* OnlyKnownByTheirNickname: They all prefer to be known by the last part of their names: Cesca, Rosetta, Flora, Monica, Liora, Noel, Fam, Porsche, and Tika,


* ChooserOfTheOne: They were directed with tests that would acknowledge someone as a worthy owner. [[spoiler:Regina, however, deliberately rigged it so that only Touya would pass them.]]

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* ChooserOfTheOne: TheChooserOfTheOne: They were directed with tests that would acknowledge someone as a worthy owner. [[spoiler:Regina, however, deliberately rigged it so that only Touya would pass them.]]

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[[folder:In General]]
* AbhorrentAdmirer: Touya is not enthusiastic about their advances, although they clearly turn him on (by design).
* ChooserOfTheOne: They were directed with tests that would acknowledge someone as a worthy owner. [[spoiler:Regina, however, deliberately rigged it so that only Touya would pass them.]]
* {{Cyborg}}: Francesca proudly announces that they are partly mechanical, but have biological components as well. Specifically their sex organs.
* TheMistress: They were given to Touya to provide lovers supplemental to his nine wives. None of them are against the arrangement, though they likely wouldn't object to being his wives. Flora, in fact, suggested just that.
* OnlyTheWorthyMayPass: Only someone with all six affinities, and who can pass their "compatibility tests", gains the right to own their island and themselves.
* PropertyOfLove: All of them eagerly consider themselves Touya's property and will do any request he demands.
* RidiculouslyHumanRobot: The gynoids are magically-created {{Cyborg}}s with appearances and behaviors almost indistinguishable from real women. This was done intentionally, to make them sexually appealing to Touya.
* SexBot: They were designed by Professor Babylon to be capable of sexual intercourse. [[spoiler:In fact, the Professor herself used Pure Liora as her partner.]]
* SupernaturalGoldEyes: They are part science and part magic, and their only common physical quality are their gold-colored eyes.
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* {{Meido}}: After Touya becomes her master, she serves him and his estate as a maid.

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* DesignerBabies: Flora at one point implies that each of Touya's wives will [[BabiesEverAfter have at least one child]] with him at some point in the future, and then not-so-subtly suggests that he take ''her'' as a wife. Touya retorts that the gynoids are sterile, to which she brags that as the one who controls the Alchemy Lab, she can ''make'' children at any time.

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