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** Gild Tesoro, the Big Bad from ''Anime/OnePieceFilmGold. If the [[MeaningfulName name didn't give it away]], the dude loves gold. His main base is a gold tower and he practically sporting it all over his body at one point. Heck even his main power is gold based. Though we later find out his obsession with this is tied to the tragedy of his past and [[spoiler:losing Stella. As since a World Noble was the one to buy her, he came to the conclusion that the world is ruled by money]].

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** Gild Tesoro, the Big Bad from ''Anime/OnePieceFilmGold. If the [[MeaningfulName name didn't give it away]], the dude loves gold. His main base is a gold tower and he practically sporting it all over his body at one point. Heck Heck, even his main power is gold based.gold-based. Though we later find out his obsession with this is tied to the tragedy of his past and [[spoiler:losing Stella. As since a World Noble was the one to buy her, he came to the conclusion that the world is ruled by money]].



* ''Rogue Trader'' take this trope and turns it up to eleven by having the bed is covered in ''bearer bonds.'' These instruments have now been phased out, but at the time the movie was set, bearer bonds were paper certificates that were typically worth something like ''one hundred thousands dollars.'' And Nick Leeson's bed was covered with them.

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* ''Rogue Trader'' take takes this trope and turns it up to eleven by having the bed is covered in ''bearer bonds.'' These instruments have now been phased out, but at the time the movie was set, bearer bonds were paper certificates that were typically worth something like ''one hundred thousands thousand dollars.'' And Nick Leeson's bed was covered with them.



* Lotus Cloud from ''Literature/BridgeOfBirds'', although she's a lot more picky than the standard money fetishist. Giving her pearls and jade will cause her to tremble with greed and profess her undying love to you, but giving her anything else like gold or diamonds will only bore her. [[spoiler:It's later revealed that her insatiable love of pearls and jade isn't actually rooted in greed, but rooted in how they subconsciously remind her of her true identity -- a goddess named Jade Pearl]].

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* Lotus Cloud from ''Literature/BridgeOfBirds'', although she's a lot more picky pickier than the standard money fetishist. Giving her pearls and jade will cause her to tremble with greed and profess her undying love to you, but giving her anything else like gold or diamonds will only bore her. [[spoiler:It's later revealed that her insatiable love of pearls and jade isn't actually rooted in greed, but rooted in how they subconsciously remind her of her true identity -- a goddess named Jade Pearl]].



* In ''Series/TheBill'' episode Big Eagle Day, two known criminals are discovered with a pile of money and two women. During the investigation one of the women admits that they did indeed to the bed of banknotes thing. Ultimately it is revealed that [[spoiler: they got the money as compensation for being wrongfully arrested and were trying a con to get Sun Hill to also wrongfully arrest them. When signing to retrieve it and suggesting suing Sun Hill also, it turns out that a lot of the money has walked out the door hidden in the clothes of the two women.]]

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* In ''Series/TheBill'' episode Big Eagle Day, two known criminals are discovered with a pile of money and two women. During the investigation investigation, one of the women admits that they did indeed to the bed of banknotes thing. Ultimately it is revealed that [[spoiler: they got the money as compensation for being wrongfully arrested and were trying a con to get Sun Hill to also wrongfully arrest them. When signing to retrieve it and suggesting suing Sun Hill also, it turns out that a lot of the money has walked out the door hidden in the clothes of the two women.]]



* ''TabletopGame/DungeonsAndDragons'' borrows from Western mythologies. Dragons of all alignments ''absolutely love'' to sleep on a [[DragonHoard pile of gold coins]] and other valuables (carapace and all, it's not painful for them). Even the goodest and nicest of dragons aren't immune to avarice. Rumors has it that they also frolic in hoards like hogs do in mud, when no-one is watching.

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* ''TabletopGame/DungeonsAndDragons'' borrows from Western mythologies. Dragons of all alignments ''absolutely love'' to sleep on a [[DragonHoard pile of gold coins]] and other valuables (carapace and all, it's not painful for them). Even the goodest and nicest of dragons aren't immune to avarice. Rumors Rumor has it that they also frolic in hoards like hogs do in mud, mud when no-one is watching.



* In ''VideoGame/CytusII'', this is JOE's FatalFlaw as it leads him to giving certain gangs more leeway in their operations for the sake of making some extra cash. It allows the Baro Brotherhood to act on their dangerous ambitions, disrupting the very balance Saxon sought to preserve.

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* In ''VideoGame/CytusII'', this is JOE's FatalFlaw as it leads him to giving give certain gangs more leeway in their operations for the sake of making some extra cash. It allows the Baro Brotherhood to act on their dangerous ambitions, disrupting the very balance Saxon sought to preserve.



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* In ''WesternAnimation/SouthPark'', Cartman has this reaction after winning a bet with Kyle, having the cash converted into ever-smaller denominations so he can enjoy its increased mass (loudly, in front of Kyle). This includes wallowing in a kiddie-pool full of quarters. However it was revealed that he was more interested in annoying Kyle. As soon as Kyle stopped getting annoyed Cartman stormed off leaving the money behind.

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* In ''WesternAnimation/SouthPark'', Cartman has this reaction after winning a bet with Kyle, having the cash converted into ever-smaller denominations so he can enjoy its increased mass (loudly, in front of Kyle). This includes wallowing in a kiddie-pool full of quarters. However However, it was revealed that he was more interested in annoying Kyle. As soon as Kyle stopped getting annoyed Cartman stormed off leaving the money behind.



* A milder example would be scripophilia, which is not, in fact, a sexual perversion: it's the [[SesquipedalianLoquaciousness technical term]] for collecting old paper money and financial certificates. Nineteenth century railroad bonds and such were often very elaborate pieces of engraving and quite aesthetically pleasing to people who like that sort of thing.

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* A milder example would be scripophilia, which is not, in fact, a sexual perversion: it's the [[SesquipedalianLoquaciousness technical term]] for collecting old paper money and financial certificates. Nineteenth century Nineteenth-century railroad bonds and such were often very elaborate pieces of engraving and quite aesthetically pleasing to people who like that sort of thing.


* Hoggmeiser in ''VideoGame/{{Disgaea|HourOfDarkness}}''.

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* [[MeaningfulName Greed]], the Demon Lord who rules the Treasure Realm in ''VideoGame/{{Diablo}}''. According to [[WordOfGod the lead writer, Brian Kindregan]], "Greed is obsessed with all things valuable" to the point that she "takes a bath in all her gold every three hours." [[WesternAnimation/DuckTales Scrooge McDuck himself]] would be proud!
* Warbucks, a removed character from ''VideoGame/DontStarve'', gains sanity by keeping Oincs (Hamlet's currency) in his inventory.
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Hoggmeiser in ''VideoGame/{{Disgaea|HourOfDarkness}}''.''VideoGame/{{Disgaea|HourOfDarkness}}''.
* The villain Baron Au'Mydas Bayconn from ''VideoGame/DragonFable'' really likes gold.


* Heavily implied with Larfleeze of the [[GreenLantern Orange Lantern Corps]]. His home is a ruined palace filled with rotting treasures. Every time he kills and his ring consumes another being and adds them to his corps, a new power ring is created and it goes to Larfleeze. In one panel in his first appearance, Larfleeze is seen emerging from a pile of orange power rings like Scrooge [=McDuck=].

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* Heavily implied with Larfleeze of the [[GreenLantern [[ComicBook/GreenLantern Orange Lantern Corps]]. His home is a ruined palace filled with rotting treasures. Every time he kills and his ring consumes another being and adds them to his corps, a new power ring is created and it goes to Larfleeze. In one panel in his first appearance, Larfleeze is seen emerging from a pile of orange power rings like Scrooge [=McDuck=].


-->-- '''Series/MontyPythonsFlyingCircus - The Money Programme'''

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%%* Kamone from ''CyberTeamInAkihabara''.

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%%* Kamone from ''CyberTeamInAkihabara''.''Anime/CyberTeamInAkihabara''.



* [[TheBarnum Nabiki Tendo]] in ''Manga/RanmaOneHalf'' just loves money, so damn much. She's never actually shown in the usual sexual situations, but an anime filler episode does have her envision a great tidal wave of golden coins, which is used to force a telepath out of her head. So much does she adore money that she actually caused the [[BlastOut "wedding disaster"]] at the end of the manga because she believed that the other members of Ranma's UnwantedHarem would A: bring money as a present for the "happy couple", B: she could take that money for herself, and C: they wouldn't [[MadLove cause such destruction in their outrage]] that it would ''cost'' more then was brought in to fix the place. She was wrong on all accounts.
** Don't forget that she never brings her own money, since she always manages to swindle someone else into paying the bill, and keeps a jar full of 1-Yen coins. Or that she made the telepathic child back off by apparently embarrassing him with sexual imagery right after the sea of money.

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* [[TheBarnum Nabiki Tendo]] Tendō]] in ''Manga/RanmaOneHalf'' just loves money, so damn much. She's never actually shown in the usual sexual situations, but an anime filler episode does have her envision a great tidal wave of golden coins, which is used to force a telepath out of her head. So much does she adore money that she actually caused the [[BlastOut "wedding disaster"]] at the end of the manga because she believed that the other members of Ranma's UnwantedHarem would A: bring money as a present for the "happy couple", B: she could take that money for herself, and C: they wouldn't [[MadLove cause such destruction in their outrage]] that it would ''cost'' more then was brought in to fix the place. She was wrong on all accounts.
** Don't forget that
accounts. And she never brings her own money, since she always manages to swindle someone else into paying the bill, and keeps a jar full of 1-Yen coins. Or that she made the telepathic child back off by apparently embarrassing him with sexual imagery right after the sea of money.coins.



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* Prince John in Disney's ''Disney/RobinHood''. He even sleeps with his arms wrapped around bags of gold.



** Iago Unabashedly the greediest member of the series and always eager for cash.
** Abu is just about as greedy as Iago is (hence why he fell for the SchmuckBait ruby in the Cave of Wonders that nearly got him killed), which is why they're surprisingly close, even if they act like they hate each other. In [[WesternAnimation/AladdinTheSeries the cartoon series]], he and Iago often egg each other on in the pursuit of treasure from their adventuring.

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** Iago Unabashedly is unabashedly the greediest member of the series and always eager for cash.
** Abu is just about as greedy as Iago is (hence why he fell for the SchmuckBait ruby in the Cave of Wonders that nearly got him killed), which is why they're surprisingly close, even if they act like they hate each other. In [[WesternAnimation/AladdinTheSeries the cartoon series]], he and Iago often egg each other on in the pursuit of treasure from their adventuring.



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* Salluste in ''La Folie des Grandeurs'': his manservant wakes him up every morning by dropping handfuls of gold coins in a basin--and he can tell just by the sound whether one is missing.
-->"C'est l'or, il est l'or, l'or de se réveiller... Monseignor, il est huitor..."

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* Salluste in ''La Folie des Grandeurs'': his manservant ''Film/DelusionsOfGrandeur'': Don Salluste, Marquess of Montalegre, Baron Del Pisco, Minister of Finances and Police under Charles II of Spain and tax collector. He is ''obsessed'' with riches, and can never have enough, embezzling as much of the taxes as he can. He wakes him up every in the morning by dropping handfuls to the sound of gold coins cascading in a basin--and he bowl, courtesy of his valet. And if only one coin happens to be missing from the bowl, Don Salluste can tell just guess it immediately by the sound whether one is missing.
-->"C'est l'or, il est l'or, l'or de se réveiller... Monseignor, il est huitor..."
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--> '''Angel:''' Hide some in the office and watch her. It's uncanny.

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--> '''Angel:''' --->'''Angel:''' Hide some in the office and watch her. It's uncanny.



--> '''Sam:''' How do you sleep at night?
--> '''Bela:''' On silk sheets, rolling naked in money.

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--> '''Sam:''' -->'''Sam:''' How do you sleep at night?
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night?\\
'''Bela:''' On silk sheets, rolling naked in money.



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* ''TabletopGame/DungeonsAndDragons'' borrows from Western mythologies. Dragons of all alignments ''absolutely love'' to sleep on a [[DragonHoard pile of gold coins]] and other valuables (carapace and all, it's not painful for them). Even the goodest and nicest of dragons aren't immune to avarice. Rumours has it that they also frolick in hoards like hogs do in mud, when no one is watching.

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* ''TabletopGame/DungeonsAndDragons'' borrows from Western mythologies. Dragons of all alignments ''absolutely love'' to sleep on a [[DragonHoard pile of gold coins]] and other valuables (carapace and all, it's not painful for them). Even the goodest and nicest of dragons aren't immune to avarice. Rumours Rumors has it that they also frolick frolic in hoards like hogs do in mud, when no one no-one is watching.



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--> O thou son of Sol,
--> But brighter than thy father, let me kiss,
--> With adoration, thee, and every relick
--> Of sacred treasure, in this blessed room...
** However, he goes on to suggest that he gets off on schemes and manipulations ''even more'' than on the money itself:
-->I glory\\

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With adoration, thee, and every relick
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Of sacred treasure, in this blessed room...
** :: However, he goes on to suggest that he gets off on schemes and manipulations ''even more'' than on the money itself:
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Than in the glad possession.

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Than in the glad possession.''



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* In ''Webcomic/{{Exiern}}'' Tiffany once got an orgasm just from seeing a vault full of gold.

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* In ''Webcomic/{{Exiern}}'' ''Webcomic/{{Exiern}}'', Tiffany once got an orgasm just from seeing a vault full of gold.



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* The executive played by Chris Hardwick in [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E0ASaYAA7oo this video]] can be heard saying "I fucked a pile of money" near the beginning of the clip.



* [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6JKeo1_hPUo&feature=related This guy]]



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* The executive played by Chris Hardwick in [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E0ASaYAA7oo this video]] can be heard saying "I fucked a pile of money" near the beginning of the clip.
* [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6JKeo1_hPUo&feature=related This guy]]
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* Mr. Krabs from ''WesternAnimation/SpongeBobSquarePants'' is stingy, mainly due to this trope. Heck, in the prehistoric episode, his cry was a constant "Money, money, money,..." The crab has regular money baths and showers, he cries in pain if a dollar is put in a blender, he sticks his claw in a sink and loses his arm to retrieve a dime, and he has, at least once, had a romantic dinner with a pile of bills. And he dreams about catching a giant Moby Dick-esque dollar bill.
** [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=axjMwdGgi0Y Not to mention this little bit of]] GettingCrapPastTheRadar.
** Hell, [=SpongeBob=], of all people, points this out in the episode "Plankton's Good Eye":
--> '''Mr. Krabs''': The green stuff, you know, money!
--> '''[=SpongeBob=]''': Oh, you mean your obsession?
--> '''Mr. Krabs''': Obsession is such a strong word.
--> [[HypocriticalHumor (Mr. Krabs opens his safe, tucks a stack of bills in a little bed and pours it a tiny glass of milk that he sets on a little nightstand)]]

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* Mr. Krabs from ''WesternAnimation/SpongeBobSquarePants'' is stingy, mainly due to this trope. Heck, in the prehistoric episode, his cry was a constant "Money, money, money,..." The crab has regular money baths and showers, he cries in pain if a dollar is put in a blender, he sticks his claw in a sink and loses his arm to retrieve a dime, and he has, at least once, had a romantic dinner with a pile of bills. And he dreams about catching a giant Moby Dick-esque dollar bill.
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bill. [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=axjMwdGgi0Y Not to mention this little bit of]] GettingCrapPastTheRadar.
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GettingCrapPastTheRadar. Hell, [=SpongeBob=], of all people, points this out in the episode "Plankton's Good Eye":
--> '''Mr. Krabs''': -->'''Mr. Krabs:''' The green stuff, you know, money!
--> '''[=SpongeBob=]''':
money!\\
'''[=SpongeBob=]:'''
Oh, you mean your obsession?
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obsession?\\
'''Mr. Krabs''': Krabs:''' Obsession is such a strong word.
--> [[HypocriticalHumor (Mr.
word.\\
''[[[HypocriticalHumor Mr.
Krabs opens his safe, tucks a stack of bills in a little bed and pours it a tiny glass of milk that he sets on a little nightstand)]]nightstand]]]''



--->'''Jay Sherman''': [contemptuous] How do you sleep at night?
--->'''Rainer Wolfcastle''': On top of a pile of money with many beautiful ladies.

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--->'''Jay Sherman''': [contemptuous] Sherman:''' ''[contemptuous]'' How do you sleep at night?
--->'''Rainer Wolfcastle''':
night?\\
'''Rainer Wolfcastle:'''
On top of a pile of money with many beautiful ladies.



* Prince John in Disney's ''Disney/RobinHood''. He even sleeps with his arms wrapped around bags of gold.

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* The Merchant Sheep from ''VideoGame/{{Catherine}}'' is absolutely obsessed with money, which is why he's willing to accept the Enigma Coins you find lying around as currency in exchange for items. He hopes to use the amassed dream fortune to buy his freedom from the nightmare. [[spoiler:It instead leads to his doom the bag gets too heavy and he falls off the tower.]]


%* Hotaru Imai from ''Manga/AliceAcademy''.

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%* %%* Hotaru Imai from ''Manga/AliceAcademy''.


* Nanami Jinnai from 'ElHazardTheMagnificentWorld'' doesn't want to spend the money she earns from her restaurant in ''The Alternative World''. She just wants to roll around in it!

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* Nanami Jinnai from 'ElHazardTheMagnificentWorld'' ''Anime/ElHazardTheMagnificentWorld'' doesn't want to spend the money she earns from her restaurant in ''The Alternative World''. She just wants to roll around in it!


%%* In ''Anime/{{Dancougar}} Nova'', there are some hints that Johnny Burnett has this.



* Wario defines this in both the ''VideoGame/WarioLand'' and ''VideoGame/{{WarioWare}}'' series.

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* Wario defines In ''VideoGame/CytusII'', this is JOE's FatalFlaw as it leads him to giving certain gangs more leeway in both their operations for the ''VideoGame/WarioLand'' and ''VideoGame/{{WarioWare}}'' series.sake of making some extra cash. It allows the Baro Brotherhood to act on their dangerous ambitions, disrupting the very balance Saxon sought to preserve.
* Zack from ''VideoGame/DeadOrAlive''. The only thing other than fame that motivates him to participate in the Dead or Alive Tournaments.
* The Rudinn species from ''VideoGame/Deltarune''. The species' sole love is riches, to the point where a duo of them living in the Card Castle traded away their beds to the Hathys upstairs in exchange for piles of money.



* VideoGame/WorldOfWarcraft has the goblins, which have been described as "the [[Franchise/StarTrek Ferengi]] of Azeroth." It's commonly said that they will sell their own mother if the price is right.



* Simon Greedwell, the first boss of ''VideoGame/SunsetRiders'', who's last words are "Bury me with my money."


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* Simon Greedwell, the first boss of ''VideoGame/SunsetRiders'', who's last words are "Bury me with my money."
* Wario defines this in both the ''VideoGame/WarioLand'' and ''VideoGame/{{WarioWare}}'' series.
* VideoGame/WorldOfWarcraft has the goblins, which have been described as "the [[Franchise/StarTrek Ferengi]] of Azeroth." It's commonly said that they will sell their own mother if the price is right.

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* ''Manhwa/CavalierOfTheAbyss'': Back when he was a normal human, Jae-Hoon had to save to the point his friends considered it his defining trait.


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* Robert from ''VideoGame/ChildOfLight''. He is a businessman after all.
* The Goblins from ''VideoGame/ClashOfClans'' love loot. They aim for it when they are available.


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%%* Likely with Luminance from ''Webcomic/Chiasmata''.
* Cabbage from ''Webcomic/CucumberQuest''. The acquirement of more and more wealth seems to be his sole motivation for existing. Gigi even (reluctantly) drew a sketch for a fan of [[http://gigidigi.tumblr.com/post/61566732337/dear-gigi-digi-im-writing-to-inquire-about-the Cabbage sleeping with a body pillow, itself printed with a drawing of himself hugging a 100-dollar bill]].


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* Eustace Bagge from ''WesternAnimation/CourageTheCowardlyDog'' is often convinced to help Courage's RoguesGallery for money; he ever bathes in cash.

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* [[DownplayedTrope Downplayed]] for Lady Kiyomi Azumabito in ''Manga/AttackOnTitan''. When [[spoiler:Zeke tells her about Iceburst stone which Hizuru could use to improve their industries and prosper,]] she literally starts ''salivating''.


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* Nicole Porter from the ''Manga/RanmaOneHalf'' fanfic, ''Fanfic/BoyScoutsOneHalf''. Being an {{Expy}} of Nabiki Tendo, it shouldn't be a surprise.


* Glenn Radars from ''LightNovel/AkashicRecordsOfBastardMagicInstructor'' views making Sisti his wife as an excuse to not work, and essentially, be married to money. This gets him [[BlowYouAway blown]] [[RunningGag away]] by her.
%* Hotaru Imai from ''Manga/AliceAcademy''.



%%* Kamone from ''CyberTeamInAkihabara''.
* Nanami Jinnai from 'ElHazardTheMagnificentWorld'' doesn't want to spend the money she earns from her restaurant in ''The Alternative World''. She just wants to roll around in it!



* One of the sisters in ''Anime/PuniPuniPoemi'' had this.
* Kakuzu from ''Manga/{{Naruto}}'' as well.
* Seto from ''Manga/{{Needless}}'' had this obsession as well.

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* %%* One of the sisters in ''Anime/PuniPuniPoemi'' had this.
* %%* Kakuzu from ''Manga/{{Naruto}}'' as well.
* %%* Seto from ''Manga/{{Needless}}'' had this obsession as well.



* Dylan Kirrin from ''Fanfic/ArcanumHeroes''. Just like the Famous 5 TV series, Dylan is always looking for the opportunity to make a quick buck, even at the most inappropriate times.



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* ''Disney/{{Aladdin}}'':
** Iago Unabashedly the greediest member of the series and always eager for cash.
** Abu is just about as greedy as Iago is (hence why he fell for the SchmuckBait ruby in the Cave of Wonders that nearly got him killed), which is why they're surprisingly close, even if they act like they hate each other. In [[WesternAnimation/AladdinTheSeries the cartoon series]], he and Iago often egg each other on in the pursuit of treasure from their adventuring.
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* In ''Series/{{Angel}}'', Cordelia does get turned on once when a billionaire starts talking finance; also, she can apparently smell it.

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In ''Series/{{Angel}}'', Cordelia does get turned on once when a billionaire starts talking finance; also, she can apparently smell it.



* In ''Series/BuffyTheVampireSlayer'', Anya seems to have a thing for cash herself. Anya, whilst playing The Game of Life, asked if she could sell her children for more money.

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* ** In ''Series/BuffyTheVampireSlayer'', Anya seems to have a thing for cash herself. Anya, whilst playing The Game of Life, asked if she could sell her children for more money.


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* Mort from ''WesternAnimation/AllHailKingJulien'' has one of these when Julien invents money, but this seems to be attributed solely to the fact that the money has Julien's image printed on it.


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** El Drago, the BigBad of the first ''Franchise/OnePiece'' movie, '''''loves''''' gold, to the point where he rejects other valuables, such as gems and diamonds.
** Gild Tesoro from ''Anime/OnePieceFilmGold. If the [[MeaningfulName name didn't give it away]], the dude loves gold. His main base is a gold tower and he practically sporting it all over his body at one point. Heck even his main power is gold based. Though we later find out his obsession with this is tied to the tragedy of his past and [[spoiler:losing Stella. As since a World Noble was the one to buy her, he came to the conclusion that the world is ruled by money]].

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** El Drago, the BigBad of the first ''Franchise/OnePiece'' ''One Piece'' movie, '''''loves''''' gold, to the point where he rejects other valuables, such as gems and diamonds.
** Gild Tesoro Tesoro, the Big Bad from ''Anime/OnePieceFilmGold. If the [[MeaningfulName name didn't give it away]], the dude loves gold. His main base is a gold tower and he practically sporting it all over his body at one point. Heck even his main power is gold based. Though we later find out his obsession with this is tied to the tragedy of his past and [[spoiler:losing Stella. As since a World Noble was the one to buy her, he came to the conclusion that the world is ruled by money]].


* Nami (pictured above) from ''Manga/OnePiece'', largely due to a tragic FreudianExcuse. She never had much money for what she wanted while growing up, and after Arlong's pirates invaded and killed her foster mother, she was forced to work to collect money to free her village. After Arlong's defeat and her village's liberation, she is just as determined to collect money, particularly since she can now use any money she collects for herself.

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* ''Manga/OnePiece'':
** Pretty much all of the evil pirates as well, as well as [[EvilCannotComprehendGood unable to understand how anything besides money could be considered treasure]].
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Nami (pictured above) from ''Manga/OnePiece'', above), largely due to a tragic FreudianExcuse. She never had much money for what she wanted while growing up, and after Arlong's pirates invaded and killed her foster mother, she was forced to work to collect money to free her village. After Arlong's defeat and her village's liberation, she is just as determined to collect money, particularly since she can now use any money she collects for herself.



** Also pretty much all of the evil pirates as well, as well as [[EvilCannotComprehendGood unable to understand how anything besides money could be considered treasure]].

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** Also pretty much all El Drago, the BigBad of the evil pirates first ''Franchise/OnePiece'' movie, '''''loves''''' gold, to the point where he rejects other valuables, such as well, as well as [[EvilCannotComprehendGood unable gems and diamonds.
** Gild Tesoro from ''Anime/OnePieceFilmGold. If the [[MeaningfulName name didn't give it away]], the dude loves gold. His main base is a gold tower and he practically sporting it all over his body at one point. Heck even his main power is gold based. Though we later find out his obsession with this is tied
to understand how anything besides money could be considered treasure]].the tragedy of his past and [[spoiler:losing Stella. As since a World Noble was the one to buy her, he came to the conclusion that the world is ruled by money]].


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* Nami from the ''Franchise/OnePiece'' fanfiction, ''Fanfic/ThisBites''. Yes, this is the same Nami.
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* Scrooge [=McDuck=] literally swims in money,

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* Scrooge [=McDuck=] from ''WesternAnimation/DuckTales1987'' literally swims in money,


* Scrooge McDuck literally swam in money,
** This was parodied on Teen Titans Go.

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* Scrooge McDuck [=McDuck=] literally swam swims in money,
%% Zero Context Example. How exactly was parodied? ** This was parodied on Teen Titans Go.

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