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* OjouRinglets: Corkscrew-like ringlets are worn--maybe ''only'' worn--by ladies of high society.

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* OjouRinglets: Corkscrew-like ringlets Corkscrew curls are worn--maybe ''only'' worn--by ladies of high society.


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* PrimAndProperBun

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* NobleMaleRoguishMale


* GentlemanThief
* GentlemanWizard
* GrandeDame
* IronLady
* LadyOfAdventure
* LadyOfBlackMagic
* LadyOfWar
* LessonsInSophistication
* LordCountry
* ManOfWealthAndTaste
* MillionairePlayboy
* OfficerAndAGentleman
* {{Ojou}}
* PeerlessLoveInterest
* ProperLady
* PrincelyYoungMan
* QuintessentialBritishGentleman
* RichBitch
* RichIdiotWithNoDayJob
* ShelteredAristocrat
* {{Socialite}}
* SouthernBelle
* SouthernGentleman
* SpiritedYoungLady
* UpperClassTwit
* UptownGirl
* YamatoNadeshiko

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* GentlemanThief
GentlemanThief: A gentleman who is good-looking, good-mannered, and, well, a thief.
* GentlemanWizard
GentlemanWizard: A posh and well-cultured spellcaster.
* GrandeDame
GrandeDame: An elegant older woman who is of high standing, very posh, humorless, and uptight.
* IronLady
IronLady: She's not royalty, but ''man'' does she have power, and the tough-as-nails attitude to go with it.
* LadyOfAdventure
LadyOfAdventure: A woman who has a high standing in society, elegant and composed, but prefers a high-stakes adventure over a game of bridge.
* LadyOfBlackMagic
LadyOfBlackMagic: A female spellcaster of Black Magic, beautiful and mysterious.
* LadyOfWar
LadyOfWar: A lady who is as graceful as she is deadly.
* LessonsInSophistication
LessonsInSophistication: Someone is so out-of-the-know when it comes to proper etiquette and high-society norms that they have to be trained for them.
* LordCountry
LordCountry: When the ruler of a land has the same name as said land.
* ManOfWealthAndTaste
ManOfWealthAndTaste: He's a villain, but he's also incredibly rich and has quite the taste in fashion.
* MillionairePlayboy
MillionairePlayboy: A man whose extremely wealthy and quite a stud with the ladies.
* OfficerAndAGentleman
OfficerAndAGentleman: A man with a military title who is gentlemanly and refined.
* {{Ojou}}
{{Ojou}}: She's treated like royalty, she acts like royalty, she ''dresses'' like royalty...but she's not royalty.
* PeerlessLoveInterest
PeerlessLoveInterest: When someone loves another so much that their image of them becomes so perfect and flawless...that they're afraid of actually acting on said love.
* ProperLady
ProperLady: As ladylike as a lady can get.
* PrincelyYoungMan
PrincelyYoungMan: A young man who acts like and is given the treatment of a prince, whether or not he really has BlueBlood.
* QuintessentialBritishGentleman
QuintessentialBritishGentleman: The most stereotypical depiction of a British man--posh, monocled, chipper, and always open to a nice cuppa tea, jolly good!
* RichBitch
RichBitch: A girl who is very wealthy...and very mean.
* RichIdiotWithNoDayJob
RichIdiotWithNoDayJob: When someone needs a secret identity, and a rich couch potato who spends his days floundering his money is a good one to go with.
* ShelteredAristocrat
ShelteredAristocrat: An aristocrat that has spent so long--probably since childhood--being around nothing but other aristocrats and their luxuries that they don't know how life really works.
* {{Socialite}}
{{Socialite}}: A woman who is rich, elegant, and attends every high-class social event there is; but that doesn't necessarily make her rude.
* SouthernBelle
SouthernBelle: Upper class lady from down South.
* SouthernGentleman
SouthernGentleman: Upper class gentleman from down South.
* SpiritedYoungLady
SpiritedYoungLady: A young woman in the upper class who is witty, educated, honest, and cultured, but is also frank, a bit loud, and doesn't care ''too'' much about the rules.
* UpperClassTwit
UpperClassTwit: As dumb as they are rich.
* UptownGirl
UptownGirl: She's rich, he's poor, and they're both very much in love.
* YamatoNadeshiko
YamatoNadeshiko: The ideal image of a traditional Japanese woman is one who is elegant, kind, and submissive without being a total pushover.



* CulturedBadass
* DistinguishedGentlemansPipe
* HighClassGlass
* HimeCut
* LadiesAndGerms
* LadyAndKnight
* LetsFightLikeGentlemen
* NoblewomansLaugh
* OjouRinglets
* OldSchoolChivalry
* PuddleCoveringChivalry

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* CulturedBadass
CulturedBadass: A badass who is also very gentlemanly.
* DistinguishedGentlemansPipe
DistinguishedGentlemansPipe: The pipe that only the most esteemed of gentlemen smoke.
* HighClassGlass
HighClassGlass: Monocles are a sure sign of sophistication.
* HimeCut
HimeCut: A haircut, usually worn by Japanese girls of upper standing--long, straight, with long bangs cut blunt and straight.
* LadiesAndGerms
LadiesAndGerms: When the typical "Ladies and gentlemen..." opening is given a comedic twist.
* LadyAndKnight
LadyAndKnight: A skilled and courageous knight is sworn to defend a lady (usually younger) of high class.
* LetsFightLikeGentlemen
LetsFightLikeGentlemen: Before two characters brawl it out, they lay down some fair ground rules.
* NoblewomansLaugh
NoblewomansLaugh: The standard laugh for snobby noblewomen--back of the hand raised to the mouth, smiling widely, laughing "OOOOHHHH-HO-HO-HO!"
* OjouRinglets
OjouRinglets: Corkscrew-like ringlets are worn--maybe ''only'' worn--by ladies of high society.
* OldSchoolChivalry
OldSchoolChivalry: It doesn't matter what year it is for this guy; he's always going to treat ladies with the most traditional of respect.
* PuddleCoveringChivalryPuddleCoveringChivalry: Putting one's own clothing down on a puddle of water so someone else can walk over it.



* SilkHidingSteel
* SlobsVersusSnobs
* WickedCultured

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* SilkHidingSteel
SilkHidingSteel: Delicate and ladylike on the outside, vicious and ready to kill on the inside.
* SlobsVersusSnobs
SlobsVersusSnobs: Uptight aristocrats vs. other uptight aristocrats.
* WickedCulturedWickedCultured: Villain who is educated and classy.


* FakeAristocrat: A person who passes themselves as being high status than they really are.

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* FakeAristocrat: A person who passes themselves as being high of higher status than they really are.


* BlueBlood
* TheDandy
* DecadentCourt
* EnglishRose
* FakeAristocrat
* GentlemanAdventurer
* GentlemanAndAScholar
* GentlemanDetective
* GentlemanSnarker

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* BlueBlood
BlueBlood: Someone who comes from a noble or aristocratic family.
* TheDandy
TheDandy: A normally high status or wealthy man that takes pleasure in caring for his physical appearance.
* DecadentCourt
DecadentCourt: A royal court that is selfish and abuses their power for their own benefit.
* EnglishRose
EnglishRose: An English lady who's beautiful, modest, and upper class
* FakeAristocrat
FakeAristocrat: A person who passes themselves as being high status than they really are.
* GentlemanAdventurer
GentlemanAdventurer: An independently wealthy man who desires adventure because they refuse to be idly rich. Their original motives can be heroic/patriotic or not.
* GentlemanAndAScholar
GentlemanAndAScholar: A man who manages to be both highly intelligent and a well adjusted, socially engaging and charming person.
* GentlemanDetective
GentlemanDetective: A sleuth or detective who's high class or status and has been raised in a privileged environment and always shows it.
* GentlemanSnarkerGentlemanSnarker: A type of DeadpanSnarker that can say ungentlemanly things that only a man who's a gentleman can. Not only limited to men and can be used for women as well.

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* TheDandy

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* LessonsInSophistication

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* LadyAndKnight

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* FakeAristocrat

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* PuddleCoveringChivalry

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* DecadentCourt

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