Without beating around the bush, a slime girl is a girl made of slime.
Slime girls are a thicker variation on the idea of being made of water. They tend to come in a variety of colours and substances, which range from fairly harmless unspecified slime to piles of living sludge.
Slime girls usually follow a similar pattern. Their lower halves will usually be spread in puddles in which they could be mistaken to be bathing. When they eat they simply ingest the desired object, without leaving any waste substance. The "hair", if there is such a thing, will generally be a darker shade than the rest of the body and will appear to flow down the slime girl's back like a cascading waterfall.
Whilst slime girls don't mind small droplets of water, if deposited in a sufficiently large body of water they're likely to dissipate and die.
Their personality varies as with most races, although they tend to be rather laid back and gentle unless provoked. In fictional nature, slime girls are usually the bottom rung of the ladder.
- The manga Daily Life with Monster Girl features a slime girl as an illegal immigrant into Japan. Said slime is called Suunote (from the japanese pronunciation of "slime": suraimu), has an impressive array of powers, and appears to be mostly harmless. At times, she can forget her own strength and smother her friends to the point of suffocation if not careful. As slimes are so rare and unknown to even the monster community, cultural exchange coordinator Ms. Smith refuses to name her a "monster" and avoid all the paperwork dealing with a new species and illegal immigrant would bring, given that she never receives a pay rise.
- According to the anime's bonus materials, there are also various slime girl subspecies, including the acid-based red slimes, the poison-based green slimes, the nectar-feeding pink slimes, and the black slimes, transformed by human pollution.
- Okaydo, the series' mangaka, is fond of these; as well as Suu, there are slime girls in Deadline Summonner and 12 Beast.
- Princess Vina from Dragon Half is a slime-half.
- Queen's Blade has the immensely popular Melona (so popular in fact that the second season's first ED is sung completely from her perspective with the lyrics and visuals emphasizing how erotic she is). She has all of the hallmarks and perks of an amorphous creature with every part of her body being her weapon, including and especially her breasts. Her base form is a pink gooey mass that she can mold into anybody she chooses, regardless of gender or body mass; she can even copy weapons and fighting styles, the only telltale sign between her and the real thing being the shape of her pupils (and a pink outline drawn around her, but it's implied that only the audience can see it). While not shown in the anime, she's very capable of absorption and can use the mass to either restore herself or make herself even stronger. Under the right circumstances, she is very much immortal. In short, the best way to describe her is as a pink T-1000 with weaponized acidic breast milk.
- Despite her appearance, she's very more than capable of taking on even the strongest of the fighters and has shown to be implacable incarnate and a Magnificent Bastard. Not only does she have good manipulative skills, she's not afraid to fight against anyone as she goes up against Leina several times, almost winning each time and surviving techniques and ploys that would have killed anyone else, fights the champion Aldra twice in a row and surviving both times, and holds her own against Menace, a necromancer. In Rebellion, she fights under the influence of a set of armor pieces that, although it's supposed to make her stronger, also disorients her focus and form with the constant perverted vibrations, subdues most of the main cast with a simple water spell, and survives a direct hit from Claudette. Damn.
- Even moreso, while not seen in the anime, Melona in Rebellion is turned up a few notches after absorbing an ancient demon, sporting a spiffy new outfit to go with it.
- Sailor Moon
- In the Monster of the Week category is Jamanen, known as Jellax in the dub. She has quite a fanbase as it is and even makes it as a recurring enemy in one of the SNES games.
- Interestingly, slimes are a slightly recurring type of monster; the later episodes feature a bunny slime-girl named Peropero who manipulated malevolent hard candy. In one of the closing episodes, an army of female humanoid slimes are born from the many unused demon seeds.
- The Slime Sisters that work under Wilhelm in Mahou Sensei Negima!, who are extremely resilient to physical attacks, capable of shape-shifting, and possess some control over water.
- In Fresh Pretty Cure!, one of the villains creates a shadowy facsimile of Setsuna who morphs her body into tentacles as well as melts into the shadows of her opponents to ambush them.
- Solution Epsilon, the "Shoggoth Assassin" of the Pleiades Battle Maids in Overlord (2012) is slime-girl played for absolute Evil Is Sexy effect. Taking the form of a beautiful meido, she's actually a sadistic man-eating shapeshifting Blob Monster who eats people for the sheer pleasure of their agony as she digests them — the sheer delight she takes in her kills, and the horrific way she eats, makes her even scarier than her fellow man-eaters, since they do it out of hunger and having no reasoning to exempt humans from the menu in contrast to her doing it purely For the Evulz.
- Rimuru Tempest, the main character of That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime, plays with this trope gender-wise. First off, he has a male identity due to his past life. Despite that, his human form is heavily based on the first human he ate, a female friend of his who offered her dying body to him, resulting in him having an appearance that primarily looks like a girl. However, while he may look like a girl at first glance, when it comes to his physical body outside of his face, he's completely sexless, no breasts or genitals whatsoever, just like his regular Blob Monster form. So at first glance he's a straight example, but when you get to know him he's a Gender Zigzagging example.
- Cessily Kincaid from Marvel's New Mutants series mutated into a sentient blob of non-toxic mercury note . Her powers are pretty much that of the T-1000: she can control her viscosity and change shape far more freely than the more well-known Raven Darkholme, though she cannot change her voice or color, always remaining a shiny silver (albeit with the red hair she had when human). Her clothes also don't come with her in liquid form, meaning she often reformed completely nude until she got a specialized uniform. While still embarrassing, she at least could reform without anything on display, meaning viewers were often treated to full-body shots of her totally naked.◊
- Like everything else in life, this has been ponified to Hell and back by fans of My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic. The most well-known example is probably Ask Shiny The Slime, while Octavia enjoyed a brief memetic stint as such a creature as well thanks to one rather strange Pixiv post.
- The Sailor Moon fan fiction/Shared Universe series, The Jellax Saga, features Jamanen (see above) as one of the main characters.
- Along with this, it also reveals that Jamanen is the last of a race of slime beings known as the Jellax.
- Several show up in FREAKIN GENSOKYO as common monsters.
- The Parasite Eve movie adaptation of the novel featured this in a particularly surreal scene of the Mitochondria Eve taking form while she danced and promptly had sex with the bystander witnessing it.
- Terminator 2: Judgment Day gives us the Spear Counterpartnote to this in the T-1000. Although he spends nearly all his time solid, he's fully capable of melting to hide on the floor, slip through bars, or liquify his head around a punch and reshape it into his arms as a counter.
- Catherine Weaver in Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles is a liquid metal Terminator who usually adopts a female appearance and personality.
- Quark. In "Goodbye Polumbus", our hero deactivates a Lotus-Eater Machine only to find that the girl of his dreams is actually this trope. He's not happy at the Smooch of Victory she gives him.
- Parodied by Pathfinder with the "Apostheotic Mimic." Mimics, if they survive an encounter with an adventurer, become Intrigued by Humanity and may eventually attempt to become one-and inevitably fail horribly at it. They go irrevocably insane, desperately trying to forget how to take on humanoid form, but are never able to become mere mimics again.
- In Magical Starsign, one part of the quest causes you to open a door in the robot's Gummi factory. The resulting Gummi Girl is an Optional Boss that carries a lot of Fridge Horror.
- Dot Kareshi has a slime boy as a love interest.
- Carla Radames becomes a rather nasty combination of this and Grey Goo in the final chapter of Resident Evil 6 that decides to just eat the entire ship you are trying to escape through to kill you, along with creating multiple clones of herself to attack you as well.
- In Space Station 13 there is a high probability that any member on the science team working in the Xenobiology lab will become one of these after spending enough time to breed green or black slimes. Greens will turn the character into this, blacks will turn the character into a normal slime that you'd find in the lab.
- Double from Skullgirls, a rare slime girl variant, is a mimicking dark blob disguised as a nun.
- The first-person RPG Anvil of Dawn features mud-like goo girls as sturdy enemies near the end of the game.
- The Inklings and Octolings from Splatoon are a somewhat odd variation, they're cute humanoid squids/octopi made of ink. The Sanitized Octolings from Splatoon 2: Octo Expansion, on the other hand, are a more creepy example, being made of the liquefied remains of test subjects from the Deepsea Metro who managed to assemble a blender, convinced it would take them to the "Promised Land".
- Slimegals in Shantae Half-Genie Hero resemble pink blobs when moving around, but can take the appearance of cute girls made of pink slimes when they spot Shantae. The animation of their sole attack actually shows that the "tongue" snatching Shantae is actually the Slimegal giving her a heartfell hug.
- Lobotomy Corporation features Melting Love, a pink and seemingly innocuous slime girl, as one of its numerous Abnormalities. Her threat level is ALEPH (generally reserved for extremely dangerous Eldritch Abominations) and she may "bless" employees with a slime heart which can spread to others and transform them into Blob Monster minions. Should she escape containment, she transforms into a massive, hunchbacked Blob Monster herself, hellbent on killing everyone in the facility unless Suppressed.
- Pokémon Sword and Shield has Alcremie, which is a cream-based variant that turns into a giant cake for her Gigantamax form.
- As noted above you, you can find numerous examples of artwork featuring slime girls on Deviant ART, Tumblr, and other similar sites with loads of user-submitted artwork. Simply type "slime girl" into a search engine and you'll come across thousands of examples, though be warned that it is a Fetish for some people, so some of it may be Not Safe for Work to one degree or another.
- The premise of the webcomic ''Slime Star''. Regular "slimes" are the R-selecting larvae of slime people. The protagonist is a slime who lived long enough to acheive sapience after being befriended by an adventurer.
- Synthea from the webcomic of the same name was put into a stasis pod, and woken up with experimental biotechnology by a good Mad Scientist far in the future. The result was a green jelly-like body with a confused amnesiac human mind. She can change shape at will, streching bodyparts, creating mallets, etc., although this is not perfect, as her body drips and oozes constantly — her "at rest" state is a puddle, and she is stuck sleeping in a big barrel. She's also more or less immortal — she has survived being cut into pieces and having an exploding weapon go off INSIDE her head with nothing more than a headache.
- Ditto for Myrrh from The Wotch, a maid who tried to clean up a pile of magical ingredients (with a pinch of ginger) that her insane Wizard master left out. The mess fought back, and the resultant mass vaguely took on the maid's shape, memories, and personality (with a slightly better body). She maintains the shape of a nude woman, though she often shapeshifts her body to give the appearance of clothes as a Sight Gag. Originally a bit of fanart from a sub-comic that was made a bit character in the main comic, later became a secondary character, a roommate for Unlucky Everydude Ming.
- Tales Of Gnosis College has a bonus sequence called Goo Girl Genesis which is Exactly What It Says on the Tin. A female undergraduate is turned into one of these as a mad science experiment.
- Marcus Snoburgher from A Modest Destiny is a male version. He was a regular Slime before he took a shine to Maxim and mimmicked his shape. Being a living bogey, he's actually got a Line-of-Sight Name: he introduced himself as Mucus SnotBooger and the guard mentally translated.
- The King Slime (actually the slime Queen gender-wise) in Nast the Enchanter.
- Averted in El Goonish Shive: Instead of becoming this, the Omega Goo merely becomes stunned by Ellen's Female Variant #5 beam. The title of the relevant strip refers to this though.
- Teal from Delve. Her family members are more traditional horrific slimes; Teal just prefers human form.
- Talps from Cassiopeia Quinn is pretty much this, when she wants to be (for her Kettering)
- An episode of Darkwing Ducknote had Gosalyn get transformed into a slime creature after being exposed to a concoction created by Bushroot.
- Adventure Time has Slime Princess, who looks like a small blob with nubby arms and a face. In one episode we see the whole Slime Kingdom, including her nearly-identical (but apparently hot) sister, Blargatha.
- Madame Rouge of Teen Titans is possibly one of the scariest examples of this, being a "slime" girl by virtue of having total control over her body structure with enhanced speed, strength, endurance, and the ability to not only change her appearance and voice but also to shape her limbs into weapons a'la the T-1000 to boot.
- Inque is an older example from the DCAU in Batman Beyond. She had nearly killed Terry and Bruce and still serves as a real threat no matter what episode she shows up in. She can shapeshift and as well as being super strong and having telescopic vision.
- Batman: The Animated Series has one in the form of Annie a girl with Laser-Guided Amnesia who spends much of the episode clinging to Robin and crying on him because thus far he is the only person she can trust to save her from the mysterious man who has been following her and begging her to come home. Robin reciprocates her apparent feelings and we even get an Imagine Spot of them together that makes him blush. The man pursuing Annie turns out to be Clayface, who survived his last fight with Batman and had been laying low to recuperate ever since. Using what power he had, he made a clay person that was intended to take a quick look around the area for Batman and tell him if the coast was clear. Strangely, the revelation that his new love interest was not only made of slime but essentially Clayface doesn't deter Robin's feelings any. He even demands that the hardened criminal bring her back after finding out...