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* Admittedly the cast is small but the most popular ''Manga/NoMatterHowILookAtItItsYouGuysFaultImNotPopular'' ship is Tomoko and her brother Tomoki. Tomoki used to adore his sisters years ago but is now embarrassed by the fact he wanted to marry her as a little kid.

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* Admittedly the cast is small but the most popular ''Manga/NoMatterHowILookAtItItsYouGuysFaultImNotPopular'' ship is Tomoko and her brother Tomoki. Tomoki used to adore his sisters sister years ago but is now embarrassed by the fact he wanted to marry her as a little kid.



* In ''Manga/ToLoveRu'' many fans love pairing Mikan and Rito. Even Momo In-Universe would include Mikan in The Harem Plan.

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* In ''Manga/ToLoveRu'' many fans love pairing Mikan and Rito. Even Momo In-Universe in-Universe would include Mikan in The Harem Plan.


* In ''VisualNovel/{{Danganronpa}}'', [[spoiler:[[{{Twincest}} Junko Enoshima/Mukuro Ikusaba]]]] is a rather popular ship, [[IdiosyncraticShipNaming which is nicknamed]] [[spoiler:"Despaircest"]]. ''Dangan Ronpa If'' and ''Anime/DanganRonpa3'' have quite a bit of IncestSubtext on the latter's part.

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* In ''VisualNovel/{{Danganronpa}}'', ''VisualNovel/DanganronpaTriggerHappyHavoc'', [[spoiler:[[{{Twincest}} Junko Enoshima/Mukuro Ikusaba]]]] is a rather popular ship, [[IdiosyncraticShipNaming which is nicknamed]] [[spoiler:"Despaircest"]]. ''Dangan Ronpa If'' and ''Anime/DanganRonpa3'' have quite a bit of IncestSubtext on the latter's part.


When a pair ([[OneTrueThreesome or more]]) of characters who are are related to each other are given the {{Shipping}} treatment.

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When a pair ([[OneTrueThreesome or more]]) of characters who are are related to each other are given the {{Shipping}} treatment.


** Many fans think that Bellatrix and Narcissa fit the bill for this and write extensive fanfics about it. (WordOfGod confirmed that Bellatrix loves Voldemort above all else; some fanfics manage to get around this fact.)

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** Many fans think that Bellatrix and Narcissa fit the bill for this and write extensive fanfics about it. (WordOfGod confirmed that Bellatrix loves Voldemort above all else; else, and ''Theatre/HarryPotterAndTheCursedChild'' reveals that [[spoiler:she gave birth to his daughter]]; some fanfics manage to get around this fact.)


** Jon Snow is shipped with both [[spoiler:Daenerys Targaryen]] and Sansa Stark, both of whom he is related to. Sansa is Jon's [[spoiler:cousin, but she was raised as his]] half-sister and [[spoiler:Daenerys]] is Jon's [[spoiler:aunt]], but nobody -- including Jon -- is aware of this as nobody currently alive in the series knows of Jon's SecretLegacy, with the exception of Jon's brother Bran [[spoiler:(who is Jon's cousin by blood)]] and [[spoiler:Jon's best friend Sam]] as of the Season 7 finale. In Westeros, both matches are ''socially'' plausible: [[KissingCousins cousin marriages]] are considered fair game in Westeros, and the Targaryens have long since had an incest free pass, with Daenerys herself being the legitimate child of two siblings. In Season 7, [[spoiler: Jon and Daenerys]] develop a romantic relationship and by the finale, [[spoiler:[[RelationshipUpgrade do it]]]] -- blissfully unaware of their [[SurpriseIncest connection]].

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** Jon Snow is shipped with both [[spoiler:Daenerys Targaryen]] and Sansa Stark, both of whom he is related to. Sansa is Jon's [[spoiler:cousin, but she was raised as his]] half-sister and [[spoiler:Daenerys]] is Jon's [[spoiler:aunt]], but nobody -- including Jon -- is aware of this as nobody currently alive in the series knows of Jon's SecretLegacy, with the exception of Jon's brother half-brother Bran [[spoiler:(who is Jon's cousin by blood)]] and [[spoiler:Jon's best friend Sam]] as of the Season 7 finale. In Westeros, both matches are ''socially'' plausible: [[KissingCousins cousin marriages]] are considered fair game in Westeros, and the Targaryens have long since had an incest free pass, with Daenerys herself being the legitimate child of two siblings. Even on the Stark family tree, there've been at least two uncle-niece marriages. In Season 7, [[spoiler: Jon and Daenerys]] develop a romantic relationship and by the finale, [[spoiler:[[RelationshipUpgrade do it]]]] -- blissfully unaware of their [[SurpriseIncest connection]].

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* Apparently, there are fans of ''[[VideoGame/LifeIsStrange2 Life Is Strange 2]]'' who ship Sean & Daniel Diaz. On the one hand, the game does focus heavily on their relationship, and they are shown to be very close. On the other hand, Sean is sixteen and Daniel is ''nine''.


** Maya and Alejandro Herrera are twins who seem to be a little too close to each other; even their powers require physical connection. You didn't need to ask the fans twice.

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** Maya and Alejandro Herrera are twins who seem to be a little too close to each other; even their powers require a physical connection. You didn't need to ask the fans twice.



** Peter and Claire seem to be closer than one would expect of uncle and niece, and their shipping fandom only slowed down slightly after that little revelation. Then there's [[CastIncest Milo and Hayden's off-screen relationship]].

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** Peter and Claire Claire's first meeting could've easily been seen as a sweet little MeetCute mixed with a RescueRomance set-up, and even after their blood relation was revealed, they still seem to be closer than one would expect of an uncle and niece, and their shipping fandom only slowed down slightly niece. Really, the AbandonShipping for this pair was pretty miniscule even after that little revelation. Then there's The chemistry between the actors didn't help, especially since [[CastIncest Milo and Hayden's off-screen relationship]].Hayden briefly dated in real life]].



** Dex naturally gets much shipping with [[spoiler:his brother Rudy/Brian]], what with all the [[DoesThisRemindYouOfAnything sexual symbolism]] the show blends with his murdering.
** The show runners tried to keep the [[CastIncest Michael C. Hall and Jennifer Carpenter marriage]] quiet for a while specifically to avoid this trope. It didn't work. They clearly changed their minds, though (Hall and Carpenter's divorce may have played a part) -- as of Season 6, Deb lusting after her brother is canon. It helps that Dexter and Debra aren't blood-related and were instead just raised as siblings.
* ''Series/{{Chuck}}'' was [[WhatCouldHaveBeen originally intended]] to have an extra character in the main cast, a love interest for the titular hero. After it was decided she overcomplicated things, she was cut, and all her important lines given to Chuck's sister. The slightly flirty dialogue, coupled with the siblings' chemistry, made this stand out to more than one fan.

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** Dex naturally gets much shipping with [[spoiler:his brother Rudy/Brian]], Brian (aka, the Ice Truck Killer)]], what with all the [[DoesThisRemindYouOfAnything sexual symbolism]] the show blends with his murdering.
** The show runners showrunners tried to keep the [[CastIncest Michael C. Hall and Jennifer Carpenter marriage]] quiet for a while specifically to avoid this trope. It didn't work. They clearly changed their minds, though (Hall and Carpenter's later divorce may have played a part) -- as of in Season 6, Deb starts lusting after her brother is canon. Dexter. It helps that Dexter and Debra aren't blood-related and were instead just raised as siblings.
blood-related, what with Dexter being adopted.
* ''Series/{{Chuck}}'' was [[WhatCouldHaveBeen originally intended]] to have an extra character in the main cast, a love interest for the titular hero. After it was decided she overcomplicated things, she was cut, and all her important lines were given to Chuck's sister. The slightly flirty dialogue, coupled with the siblings' chemistry, made this stand out to more than one fan.



** The Blossom twins, Jason and Cheryl, get this from fans. It doesn't help that one of the writers is behind ''ComicBook/AfterlifeWithArchie'', which had them in a relationship. It's even speculated by characters in-series that Cheryl liked her brother a bit ''too'' much, but he didn't like her backů so she [[SiblingMurder shot him]]. The series jossed that theory but fans still ship them nevertheless.

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** The Blossom twins, Jason and Cheryl, get this from fans. It doesn't help that one of the writers is behind ''ComicBook/AfterlifeWithArchie'', which had them in a relationship. It's even speculated by characters in-series that Cheryl liked her brother a bit ''too'' much, but he didn't like her backů back, so she [[SiblingMurder shot him]]. The series jossed that theory but fans still ship them nevertheless.


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* In the fandom for the American adapatation of ''[[Series/ShamelessUS Shameless]]'', Gallaghercest is rather popular. Fiona/Lip is probably the most popular ship, helped by how they are, in-universe, the parental figures of their four younger siblings, being that their mother has been gone for some time and they eventually kick their deadbeat father out of the house. Although each has a respective love interest, Fiona quickly loses interest in hers and she tends to be heavily disapproving of Lip's love interests in what could easily be interpreted as jealousy.


* There's a huge and passionate faction of [[BrotherSisterIncest Klaus/Rebekah]] shippers in ''Series/TheVampireDiaries'' and later ''Series/TheOriginals'' fandoms. Joseph Morgan and Claire Holt's chemistry and dialogs straight out of dark romance novel? Check. Eye sex and tension? Check. Jealousy, obsessiveness, highs and lows? Check. Makes Klebekah the royal couple of the show and one of the most popular ships.

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* There's a huge and passionate faction of [[BrotherSisterIncest Klaus/Rebekah]] shippers in ''Series/TheVampireDiaries'' and later ''Series/TheOriginals'' fandoms. Joseph Morgan Creator/JosephMorgan and Claire Holt's Creator/ClaireHolt's chemistry and dialogs straight out of dark romance novel? Check. Eye sex and tension? Check. Jealousy, obsessiveness, highs and lows? Check. Makes Klebekah the royal couple of the show and one of the most popular ships.


** Due to CounterpartComparison with Raygo from ''Anime/KillLaKill'', Lusamine from ''VideoGame/PokemonSunAndMoon'' sometimes gets shipped with her children [[spoiler:Gladion and Lillie]].

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** Due to CounterpartComparison with Raygo from ''Anime/KillLaKill'', Lusamine from ''VideoGame/PokemonSunAndMoon'' sometimes gets shipped with her children [[spoiler:Gladion and Lillie]].

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* Even though they're siblings, Miles and Loretta on ''WesternAnimation/MilesFromTomorrowland'' tend to be shipped ''a lot'' in fan art and fan fiction, interpreting their intimate moments as BelligerentSexualTension. The fact that they're the only members of the family to be on Mission Force One in season 3 adds to this.


* ''Manga/BunnyDrop'' has a step-sibling example. Many fans like the idea of six-year olds Kouki and Rin pairing up eventually, but most of these shipper [[ShipMate also ship]] their guardians/parents Daikichi/Yukari. If Daikichi and Yukari ended up together then Kouki and Rin would end up step-siblings. In the manga itself, [[spoiler:trying to avoid this issue is one of the reasons Daikichi and Yukari never got together]], though the anime and film adaptations opt for MaybeEverAfter.

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* ''Manga/BunnyDrop'' has a step-sibling example. Many fans like the idea of six-year olds Kouki and Rin pairing up eventually, but most of these shipper [[ShipMate [[ShipMates also ship]] their guardians/parents Daikichi/Yukari. If Daikichi and Yukari ended up together then Kouki and Rin would end up step-siblings. In the manga itself, [[spoiler:trying to avoid this issue is one of the reasons Daikichi and Yukari never got together]], though the anime and film adaptations opt for MaybeEverAfter.

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* ''Manga/BunnyDrop'' has a step-sibling example. Many fans like the idea of six-year olds Kouki and Rin pairing up eventually, but most of these shipper [[ShipMate also ship]] their guardians/parents Daikichi/Yukari. If Daikichi and Yukari ended up together then Kouki and Rin would end up step-siblings. In the manga itself, [[spoiler:trying to avoid this issue is one of the reasons Daikichi and Yukari never got together]], though the anime and film adaptations opt for MaybeEverAfter.


** Jon Snow is shipped with both [[spoiler:Daenerys Targaryen]] and Sansa Stark, both of whom he is related to. Sansa is Jon's [[spoiler:cousin, but she was raised as his]] half-sister and [[spoiler:Daenerys]] is Jon's [[spoiler:aunt]], but nobody -- including Jon -- is aware of this as nobody currently alive in the series knows of Jon's SecretLegacy, with the exception of Jon's brother Bran [[spoiler:(who is Jon's cousin by blood)]] and [[spoiler:Jon's best friend Sam]] as of the Season 7 finale. In Westeros, both matches are ''socially'' plausible: [[KissingCousins cousin marriages]] are considered fair game in Westeros, and the Targaryens have long since had an incest free pass. In Season 7, [[spoiler: Jon and Daenerys]] develop a romantic relationship and by the finale, [[spoiler:[[RelationshipUpgrade do it]]]] -- blissfully unaware of their [[SurpriseIncest connection]].

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** Jon Snow is shipped with both [[spoiler:Daenerys Targaryen]] and Sansa Stark, both of whom he is related to. Sansa is Jon's [[spoiler:cousin, but she was raised as his]] half-sister and [[spoiler:Daenerys]] is Jon's [[spoiler:aunt]], but nobody -- including Jon -- is aware of this as nobody currently alive in the series knows of Jon's SecretLegacy, with the exception of Jon's brother Bran [[spoiler:(who is Jon's cousin by blood)]] and [[spoiler:Jon's best friend Sam]] as of the Season 7 finale. In Westeros, both matches are ''socially'' plausible: [[KissingCousins cousin marriages]] are considered fair game in Westeros, and the Targaryens have long since had an incest free pass.pass, with Daenerys herself being the legitimate child of two siblings. In Season 7, [[spoiler: Jon and Daenerys]] develop a romantic relationship and by the finale, [[spoiler:[[RelationshipUpgrade do it]]]] -- blissfully unaware of their [[SurpriseIncest connection]].


* ''Franchise/MetalGear'': Solid Snake and Liquid Snake. It only gets worse once Liquid possesses Ocelot, who had a big gay crush on their father, especially since Big Boss is a TrulySingleParent.

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* ''Franchise/MetalGear'': ''VideoGame/MetalGear'': Solid Snake and Liquid Snake. It only gets worse once Liquid possesses Ocelot, who had a big gay crush on their father, especially since Big Boss is a TrulySingleParent.


* Periwinkle and Tinkerbell from ''WesternAnimation/DisneyFairies'' have a relationship quite comparable to Elsa's and Anna's; in fact, some consider them the proto-Elsanna. They're played up in a way that resembles StarcrossedLovers, are very affectionate and are literally compared to a pair of starcrossed lovers. Understandably, many ship them.

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* Periwinkle and Tinkerbell from ''WesternAnimation/DisneyFairies'' ''Franchise/DisneyFairies'' have a relationship quite comparable to Elsa's and Anna's; in fact, some consider them the proto-Elsanna. They're played up in a way that resembles StarcrossedLovers, are very affectionate and are literally compared to a pair of starcrossed lovers. Understandably, many ship them.



* ''Franchise/TheLionKing'':
** There are a few fan-works that ship brothers Mufasa and Scar together.
** Vitani is commonly shipped with Kiara and ''especially'' Kopa. It's [[AmbiguouslyRelated never explicitly confirmed]] but it's likely that Vitani is Scar's daughter, making her the second cousin of Simba's cubs.



** Ruby and her CoolUncle Qrow together is one of the more popular incestous couples in the fandom. This is likely attributed to the fact [[HonoraryUncle they're not blood related (Qrow is the biological uncle of Ruby's half-sister, Yang, but not Ruby herself).]]

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** Ruby and her CoolUncle Qrow together is one of the more popular incestous couples in the fandom. This is likely attributed to the fact [[HonoraryUncle they're not blood related related]] (Qrow is the biological uncle of Ruby's half-sister, Yang, but not Ruby herself).]]

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