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* [[{{Manga/AssassinationClassroom}} Assassination Classroom]] gives us [[spoiler: Aguri Yukimara, a doctor who was assigned to watch over Korosensei when he was captured for research and developed a sort of friendship with him. When he decides to break out of his prison, Aguri ends up being killed in the process. Feeling guilty, Korosensei decides to fulfill her last wish by becoming Class-E's new homeroom teacher]].


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* Happens at least ''three'' times in [[{{Anime/Danganronpa3TheEndOfHopesPeakHighSchool}} Danganronpa 3]].
** In the first episode, [[spoiler: Chisa Yukizome]] is the first victim of the killing game which is meant to fuel [[spoiler: Kyosuke's grudge against Makoto and the Remnants he tried to protect]].
** Next would be [[spoiler: Kyoko Kirigiri who "sacrifices" her life in order to protect her love interest Makoto's. It's her death that motivates the boy to face off against Kyosuke to resolve their conflict. It's somewhat subverted as the final episode shows that Kyoko was resurrected offscreen thanks to a special medicine]].
** And finally, we have [[spoiler: Chiaki Nanami from the Despair Side. Her death was organized by [[UlimateEvil Junko Enoshima]] to mentally break her classmates and push them into despair. Additionally, it's through her death that [[TheDreaded Izuku Kamakura]] is moved to tears by her last words and decides to betray Junko]].


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* In ''Anime/KillLaKill'', the reason [[NoNonsenseNemesis Tsumugu Kinagase]] is such a grumpy jerkhole is because [[spoiler: his sister was a life fiber researcher who lost her life when one of the experiments went haywire. He blames the life fibers for her death and for tricking her into believing that humans and life fibers could ever coexist]].


Compare TemporaryLoveInterest, where a character has a serious relationship with a character who is quickly written out of the story [[StatusQuoIsGod to preserve the status quo]], and HerHeartWillGoOn, where a {{Love Interest|s}} is killed off to showcase the protagonist specifically dealing with the EmotionalTorque of losing a loved one.

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Compare TemporaryLoveInterest, where a character has a serious relationship with a character who is quickly written out of the story [[StatusQuoIsGod to preserve the status quo]], and HerHeartWillGoOn, where a {{Love Interest|s}} is killed off to showcase the protagonist specifically dealing with the EmotionalTorque of losing a loved one. \n See StuffedIntoTheFridge.


** ComicBook/MaryJaneWatson appeared to die in an exploding airplane in ''Amazing Spider-Man'' vol 2 #13.

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** ComicBook/MaryJaneWatson appeared to die in an exploding airplane in ''Amazing Spider-Man'' vol 2 #13. [[DeathIsCheap She got better pretty quick.]]


Contrast DisposableLoveInterest, where "disposable" means that the character [[ChuckCunninghamSyndrome disappeared with no explanation]] or [[PutOnABus left off-screen with minimal explaination]] so creators can introduce a new {{Love Interest|s}}. Contrast DisposableSexWorker and DisposableVagrant, where characters are considered disposable because they are "unclean" and "forgotten" by society as a whole.

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Contrast DisposableLoveInterest, where "disposable" means that the character [[ChuckCunninghamSyndrome disappeared with no explanation]] or [[PutOnABus left off-screen with minimal explaination]] explanation]] so creators can introduce a new {{Love Interest|s}}. Contrast DisposableSexWorker and DisposableVagrant, where characters are considered disposable because they are "unclean" and "forgotten" by society as a whole.



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* "[[Characters/{{Robin}} Spoiler]]" Stephanie Brown was tortured by the Black Mask and died from a lack of treatment in ''ComicBook/BatmanWarGames'', but her death was retconned into her being smuggled out of the country for her own safety.

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* "[[Characters/{{Robin}} Spoiler]]" Stephanie Brown was tortured by the Black Mask and died from a lack of treatment in ''ComicBook/BatmanWarGames'', but her death was retconned {{retcon}}ned into her being smuggled out of the country for her own safety.



** [=Moira MacTaggert=] dies from an attack by ComicBook/{{Mystique}}, and returns in ''ComicBook/ChaosWar''.

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** [=Moira MacTaggert=] ComicBook/MoiraMacTaggert dies from an attack by ComicBook/{{Mystique}}, and returns in ''ComicBook/ChaosWar''.



* In ''Film/Deadpool2'', Vanessa is killed during a flash-back within 5 minutes of the film opening, then gets {{Lampshaded}} during the opening credits. [[spoiler: She gets better.]]
* The family, friends and love-interests of Creator/CharlesBronson's character in the ''Film/DeathWish'' series of movies serve this purpose, and this purpose alone. It starts relatively realistic, showing him to become physically ill after killing his first man. By the later movies, however, he seems to [[AxCrazy positively delight]] in finding creative ways to rid the world of scumbags. [[http://www.laineygossip.com/death-wish-movie-review-starring-bruce-willis/49282 This review]] of the 2018 remake starring Creator/BruceWillis mentions the trope, stating that as in the original film, "women are only in this movie to be harmed so a man can go on an emotional journey."
* In ''Film/DeepRising'', Finnegan's XO Leila is the first of the protagonists to be killed by the creatures. Despite her brief screen time setting her up as one of the most sympathetic cast members, her fate gets barely any mention by her crew mates, least of all the mercs. Finnegan's reaction boils down to one gloomy "I don't think she made it" to her boyfriend Joey, who in turn sheds a tear for her during his following repair job but goes back to his usual snarky self immediately afterwards, effectively forgetting about her from that moment forth.

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* In ''Film/Deadpool2'', Vanessa is killed during a flash-back within 5 minutes of the film opening, then gets {{Lampshaded}} {{lampshade|Hanging}}d during the opening credits. [[spoiler: She gets better.]]
* The family, friends and love-interests of Creator/CharlesBronson's character in the ''Film/DeathWish'' series of movies serve this purpose, and this purpose alone. It starts relatively realistic, showing him to become physically ill after killing his first man. By the later movies, however, he seems to [[AxCrazy positively delight]] in finding creative ways to rid the world of scumbags. [[http://www.laineygossip.com/death-wish-movie-review-starring-bruce-willis/49282 This review]] of [[Film/DeathWish2018 the 2018 remake remake]] starring Creator/BruceWillis mentions the trope, stating that as in the original film, "women are only in this movie to be harmed so a man can go on an emotional journey."
* In ''Film/DeepRising'', Finnegan's XO Leila is the first of the protagonists to be killed by the creatures. Despite her brief screen time setting her up as one of the most sympathetic cast members, her fate gets barely any mention by her crew mates, crewmates, least of all the mercs. Finnegan's reaction boils down to one gloomy "I don't think she made it" to her boyfriend Joey, who in turn sheds a tear for her during his following repair job but goes back to his usual snarky self immediately afterwards, [[ForgottenFallenFriend effectively forgetting about her from that moment forth.forth]].



** When Roald Dahl was hired to write the screenplay for ''Film/YouOnlyLiveTwice'', he was told that every Bond movie needs three Bond girls: one is pro-Bond and dies; another is anti-Bond but is won over by his charms; and the third, pro-Bond woman is the one he gets to bed at the end of the film. Not every Bond movie has used these exact rules, but Dahl followed the template with Aki, Helga and Kissy ([[AllThereInTheScript unnamed in the movie]]) respectively.

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** When Roald Dahl Creator/RoaldDahl was hired to write the screenplay for ''Film/YouOnlyLiveTwice'', he was told that every Bond movie needs three Bond girls: one is pro-Bond and dies; another is anti-Bond but is won over by his charms; and the third, pro-Bond woman is the one he gets to bed at the end of the film. Not every Bond movie has used these exact rules, but Dahl followed the template with Aki, Helga and Kissy ([[AllThereInTheScript unnamed in the movie]]) respectively.



* In ''Film/TheLastBoyScout'' Halle Berry's character Cory is cut down by machine-gun fire in the first third of the film. While her boyfriend, played by Damon Wayans, teams up with Bruce Willis's character to solve her murder, he [[AngstWhatAngst never seems all that broken up about her death]] and the snarky, bantering tone of the rest of the film seems incongruous at best in that light.

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* In ''Film/TheLastBoyScout'' Halle Berry's Creator/HalleBerry's character Cory is cut down by machine-gun fire in the first third of the film. While her boyfriend, played by Damon Wayans, teams up with Bruce Willis's character to solve her murder, he [[AngstWhatAngst never seems all that broken up about her death]] and the snarky, bantering tone of the rest of the film seems incongruous at best in that light.



* In ''Film/{{Stuber}}'': Creator/KarenGillan's Officer Morris is killed in the first five minutes of the film to spur on Vic Manning ([[Wrestling/{{Batista}} Dave Bautista]])'s [[Main/RoaringRampageOfRevenge vendetta]].

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* In ''Film/{{Stuber}}'': Creator/KarenGillan's Officer Morris is killed in the first five minutes of the film to spur on Vic Manning ([[Wrestling/{{Batista}} Dave Bautista]])'s [[Main/RoaringRampageOfRevenge [[RoaringRampageOfRevenge vendetta]].



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** Seemingly every episode that introduced a female love interest for the Cartwrights worked like this. The girl would invariably harbor a sinister secret or have someone stalking her, with the villain of the week succeeding in his mission to kill the girl.

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** Seemingly every episode that introduced a female love interest for [[CartwrightCurse the Cartwrights Cartwrights]] worked like this. The girl would invariably harbor a sinister secret or have someone stalking her, with the villain of the week succeeding in his mission to kill the girl.



* In the film ''Film/{{Stargate}}'', Daniel Jackson ends up with a gorgeous human from another planet for a wife. She's also intelligent and feisty, and affects the plot by rallying her people to drive off the alien overlords. However, in the first episode of the series ''Series/StargateSG1'', she gets captured as a host for the BigBad aliens, setting Daniel's motivation as finding a way to rescue her. But over the course of the series he attracts flocks of alien babes, and in the midst of not refusing their attentions he never seems to remember his wedding vows. To make it worse, when the writers finally remember that he ''has'' a wife waiting for him, they spend ''one whole episode'' detailing how he finds her and she dies. Now that his motivation is gone, does Daniel quit the team? [[TenMinuteRetirement For about five minutes.]]

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* In the film ''Film/{{Stargate}}'', Daniel Jackson ends up with a gorgeous human from another planet for a wife. She's also intelligent and feisty, and affects the plot by rallying her people to drive off the alien overlords. However, in the first episode of the series ''Series/StargateSG1'', she gets captured as a host for the BigBad aliens, setting Daniel's motivation as finding a way to rescue her. But over the course of the series he attracts flocks of alien babes, and in the midst of not refusing their attentions he never seems to remember his wedding vows. To make it worse, when the writers finally remember that he ''has'' a wife waiting for him, they spend ''one whole episode'' detailing how he finds her and she dies. Now that his motivation is gone, does Daniel quit the team? [[TenMinuteRetirement For about five minutes.]]



* [[VideoGame/FinalFantasyVI Setzer's]] dead girlfriend Darryl only exists in the story to give him some literal last minute CharacterDevelopment. This is a similar deal with Locke's girlfriend, the mothers of at least five characters, and Cyan's wife and kid.
* ''[[VideoGame/GearsOfWar Gears of War 2]]'': Maria Santiago is killed by her husband Dominic Santiago, who finds her in a prison camp and [[MercyKill does not want her to be tortured further]].

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* [[VideoGame/FinalFantasyVI Setzer's]] ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyVI'': Setzer's dead girlfriend Darryl only exists in the story to give him some literal last minute CharacterDevelopment. This is a similar deal with Locke's girlfriend, the mothers of at least five characters, and Cyan's wife and kid.
* ''[[VideoGame/GearsOfWar Gears of War 2]]'': ''VideoGame/GearsOfWar2'': Maria Santiago is killed by her husband Dominic Santiago, who finds her in a prison camp and [[MercyKill does not want her to be tortured further]].

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* In ''Film/Deadpool2'', Vanessa is killed during a flash-back within 5 minutes of the film opening, then gets {{Lampshaded}} during the opening credits. [[spoiler: She gets better.]]





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** ''[[Series/KamenRiderZeroOne Zero One]]'': While it remains to be seen if Yua, the third rider to be introduced, play this trope, most of her robot counterparts would fall squarely under this trope. The female [[RobotGirl HumaGear]] guests were not love interests to the hero Aruto (though some of them do help him), and they all tend to be corrupted into [[MonsterOfTheWeek Magias]] and destroyed. The strangest thing is while male Magias that were destroyed were sometimes given a ReplacementGoldfish on-screen, as of this writing, not a destroyed female Magia, either a guest or an extra, was shown to be rebuilt, and the closest one to be restored, also a MonsterOfTheWeek, was resurrected instead as a non-humanoid, Alexa-like home AI due to her previous guise being built illegally[[note]][=HumaGears=] under the law InUniverse should not resemble real people, living or dead, and in her case, was modeled on her owner's deceased daughter and was treated as such[[/note]].

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** ''[[Series/KamenRiderZeroOne Zero One]]'': While it remains to be seen if Yua, the third rider to be introduced, play this trope, most of her robot counterparts would fall squarely under this trope. The female [[RobotGirl HumaGear]] guests were not love interests to the hero Aruto (though some of them do help him), and they all tend to be corrupted into [[MonsterOfTheWeek Magias]] and destroyed. The strangest thing is while male Magias that were destroyed were sometimes given a ReplacementGoldfish on-screen, as of this writing, not [[spoiler: it took episode 18 for a destroyed female Magia, either a guest or an extra, was shown Magia to be rebuilt, and the closest one to be restored, also a MonsterOfTheWeek, was resurrected instead as a non-humanoid, Alexa-like home AI due to her previous guise being built illegally[[note]][=HumaGears=] under the law InUniverse should not resemble real people, living or dead, and in her case, was modeled on her owner's deceased daughter and was treated as such[[/note]].rebuilt]].


** ''[[Series/KamenRiderGaim Gaim]]'': Yoko Minato, while eventually also dying, lasted longer than most female riders, and shown to have excellent fighting skills.

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** ''[[Series/KamenRiderGaim Gaim]]'': Yoko Minato, Minato is a subversion; while eventually also dying, lasted longer than most female riders, and shown to have excellent fighting skills.



** ''[[Series/KamenRiderZiO Zi-O]]'': Tsukuyomi in the final battle transforms into a Rider, but was killed by the BigBad after wounding him; this caused TheHero to go to a RageBreakingPoint and finally put him down for good. Later she was brought back due to time reset.


** ''[[Series/KamenRiderFaiz Faiz]]'': Several women borrow a Rider Gear (only to be [[CurbStompBattle immediately knocked out of morph]]) but the only woman to have one long-term, the original Delta, operated mostly offscreen, only to die just before what would have been her first onscreen battle. Harsh.

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** ''[[Series/KamenRiderFaiz Faiz]]'': Several women borrow a Rider Gear (only to be [[CurbStompBattle immediately knocked out of morph]]) but the only woman to have one long-term, the original Delta, operated mostly offscreen, only to die just before what would have been her first onscreen battle. Harsh. Another one, Rina Abe, also wore the Delta Gear but survives the series.


* In ''Franchise/KamenRider,'' a recurring feature of the ''Franchise/KamenRider'' franchise is that women who become Riders are doomed to die, [[StuffedInTheFridge usually for cheap drama]]. Examples (and aversions):

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** ''[[Series/KamenRiderGaim Gaim]]'': Yoko Minato, while eventually also dying, lasted longer than most female riders, and shown to have excellent fighting skills.
** ''[[Series/KamenRiderExAid Ex-Aid]]'': Nico Saiba, while a debatable rider, uses a mass-production transformation device called the Ride Player and survives the whole series and thus an aversion. Another one, Nozomi Aida, while surviving, is less successful, and this is the same case with an older women, Teruyo, though they make it alive. Many of the other female Ride Players don't make it alive. Poppy is a straighter example, being killed by Kuroto Dan, but as an AI, she gets resurrected in the end.
** ''[[Series/KamenRiderZiO Zi-O]]'': Tsukuyomi in the final battle transforms into a Rider, but was killed by the BigBad after wounding him; this caused TheHero to go to a RageBreakingPoint and finally put him down for good. Later she was brought back due to time reset.


** ''[[Series/KamenRiderZeroOne Zero One]]'': While it remains to be seen if Yua, the third rider to be introduced, play this trope, most of her robot counterparts would fall squarely under this trope. The female [[RobotGirl HumaGear]] guests were not love interests to the hero Aruto (though some of them do help him), and they all tend to be corrupted into [[MonsterOfTheWeek Magias]] and destroyed. The strangest thing is while male Magias that were destroyed were sometimes given a ReplacementGoldfish on-screen, none of the females were yet shown to be rebuilt, and the closest one to be restored, also a MonsterOfTheWeek, was resurrected instead as a non-humanoid, Alexa-like home AI due to her previous guise being built illegally[[note]][=HumaGears=] under the law InUniverse should not resemble real people, living or dead, and in her case, was modeled on her owner's deceased daughter and was treated as such[[/note]].

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** ''[[Series/KamenRiderZeroOne Zero One]]'': While it remains to be seen if Yua, the third rider to be introduced, play this trope, most of her robot counterparts would fall squarely under this trope. The female [[RobotGirl HumaGear]] guests were not love interests to the hero Aruto (though some of them do help him), and they all tend to be corrupted into [[MonsterOfTheWeek Magias]] and destroyed. The strangest thing is while male Magias that were destroyed were sometimes given a ReplacementGoldfish on-screen, none as of the females were yet this writing, not a destroyed female Magia, either a guest or an extra, was shown to be rebuilt, and the closest one to be restored, also a MonsterOfTheWeek, was resurrected instead as a non-humanoid, Alexa-like home AI due to her previous guise being built illegally[[note]][=HumaGears=] under the law InUniverse should not resemble real people, living or dead, and in her case, was modeled on her owner's deceased daughter and was treated as such[[/note]].


** ''[[Series/KamenRiderZeroOne Zero One]]'': While the female [[RobotGirl HumaGear]] guests were not love interests to the hero Aruto, they all tend to be corrupted into [[MonsterOfTheWeek Magias]] and destroyed. The strangest thing is while male Magias that were destroyed were sometimes given a ReplacementGoldfish on-screen, none of the females were yet shown to be rebuilt, and the closest one to be restored, also a MonsterOfTheWeek, was resurrected instead as a non-humanoid, Alexa-like home AI due to her previous guise being built illegally[[note]][=HumaGears=] under the law InUniverse should not resemble real people, living or dead, and in her case, was modeled on her owner's deceased daughter and was treated as such[[/note]].

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** ''[[Series/KamenRiderZeroOne Zero One]]'': While it remains to be seen if Yua, the third rider to be introduced, play this trope, most of her robot counterparts would fall squarely under this trope. The female [[RobotGirl HumaGear]] guests were not love interests to the hero Aruto, Aruto (though some of them do help him), and they all tend to be corrupted into [[MonsterOfTheWeek Magias]] and destroyed. The strangest thing is while male Magias that were destroyed were sometimes given a ReplacementGoldfish on-screen, none of the females were yet shown to be rebuilt, and the closest one to be restored, also a MonsterOfTheWeek, was resurrected instead as a non-humanoid, Alexa-like home AI due to her previous guise being built illegally[[note]][=HumaGears=] under the law InUniverse should not resemble real people, living or dead, and in her case, was modeled on her owner's deceased daughter and was treated as such[[/note]].


** ''[[Series/KamenRiderZeroOne Zero One]]'': While the female [[RobotGirl HumaGear]] guests were not love interests to the hero Aruto, they all tend to be corrupted into [[MonsterOfTheWeek Magias]] and destroyed. The strangest thing is while male Magias that were destroyed were sometimes given a ReplacementGoldfish on-screen, none of the females were yet shown to be rebuilt, and the closest one to be restored, also a MonsterOfTheWeek, was resurrected instead as a non-humanoid Alexa-like home AI due to her being built illegally[[note]]=HumaGears=] under the law InUniverse should not resemble real people, living or dead, and in her case, was modeled on her owner's deceased daughter and was treated as such[[/note]].

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** ''[[Series/KamenRiderZeroOne Zero One]]'': While the female [[RobotGirl HumaGear]] guests were not love interests to the hero Aruto, they all tend to be corrupted into [[MonsterOfTheWeek Magias]] and destroyed. The strangest thing is while male Magias that were destroyed were sometimes given a ReplacementGoldfish on-screen, none of the females were yet shown to be rebuilt, and the closest one to be restored, also a MonsterOfTheWeek, was resurrected instead as a non-humanoid non-humanoid, Alexa-like home AI due to her previous guise being built illegally[[note]]=HumaGears=] illegally[[note]][=HumaGears=] under the law InUniverse should not resemble real people, living or dead, and in her case, was modeled on her owner's deceased daughter and was treated as such[[/note]].


** ''[[Series/KamenRiderZeroOne Zero One]]'': While the female [[RobotGirl HumaGear]] guests were not love interests to the hero Aruto, they all tend to be corrupted into monsters and get destroyed. The first, a tour guide, was killed by the BigBad to keep her quiet about his EvilPlan, the second, a voice actress, was forced to become the MonsterOfTheWeek despite TheDragon's own hesitation and later killed by Yua, a female Rider, and the third, a nurse, simply was turned into a Magia and was killed alongside a horde of Trilobite Magias, some of them were also female. The strangest thing is while male Magias that were destroyed were given a ReplacementGoldish later, none of the three females were shown to be rebuilt, or in the second case, resurrected as a non-humanoid Alexa-like home AI.

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** ''[[Series/KamenRiderZeroOne Zero One]]'': While the female [[RobotGirl HumaGear]] guests were not love interests to the hero Aruto, they all tend to be corrupted into monsters [[MonsterOfTheWeek Magias]] and get destroyed. The first, a tour guide, was killed by the BigBad to keep her quiet about his EvilPlan, the second, a voice actress, was forced to become the MonsterOfTheWeek despite TheDragon's own hesitation and later killed by Yua, a female Rider, and the third, a nurse, simply was turned into a Magia and was killed alongside a horde of Trilobite Magias, some of them were also female. The strangest thing is while male Magias that were destroyed were sometimes given a ReplacementGoldish later, ReplacementGoldfish on-screen, none of the three females were yet shown to be rebuilt, or in and the second case, closest one to be restored, also a MonsterOfTheWeek, was resurrected instead as a non-humanoid Alexa-like home AI.AI due to her being built illegally[[note]]=HumaGears=] under the law InUniverse should not resemble real people, living or dead, and in her case, was modeled on her owner's deceased daughter and was treated as such[[/note]].

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