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  • Mass Effect 2: Based on 90% of his dialogue, you wouldn't expect Only Sane Man Jacob Taylor to be on this list. Unfortunately, his pre-final-mission romance scene contains one of the game's most notorious lines. "Like sneaking into the captain's quarters... heavy risk... but the priiize..."
    • The default Male Shepard is famous on the forums for his rapeface. Many more motivationals like that exist.
    • Canonically, Harbinger wants to dominate you utterly, body and soul, and in combat he often tells you to submit so that he won't have to hurt you. Add to that an inhuman but oddly compelling voice, and you've got everything required for some weird fanart.
      PRESERVE SHEPARD'S BODY IF POSSIBLE.
      I KNOW YOU FEEL THIS.
      THIS HURTS YOU.
      DO NOT RESIST.
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  • In Tomb Raider: The Angel of Darkness Kurtis Trent's first two encounters with Lara involve him watching her from the shadows then mysteriously leaving without a word. In the third encounter, the well-known disarming scene, it looks like he's feeling her up and he is holding a gun to her head at the time. Yes he was checking for weapons, and Lara is an attractive woman, but it comes across as less sexual tension and looks more like a sexual assault.
  • Yume Nikki has Kyukyu-kun, a phallic object that loves rubbing on the stair handrail suggestively; stabbing it makes it rub faster, as if it's "excited." It doesn't help that it's standing right next to a door that leads to one of the most frightening Mind Rapes in the game.
  • In Dawn of War: Dark Crusade, Governor Lukas Alexander really wants to get his hands on a drugged and imprisoned Farseer Taldeer....
    • There's also Eliphas who's really looking forward to getting his hands on Taldeer.
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    • In Dawn Of War: Soulstorm, Archon Tahril wants Farseer Caerys as his personal plaything, one should remember he is a Dark Eldar...
  • Emperor Doviculous in Brütal Legend. Tim Schafer described him as, "big and tough, but also has this kinky side who, when hit with an ax, might scream in pain or squeal with delight." And he's voiced by Tim Curry no less...
  • Danarius (Fenris' former master) in Dragon Age II comes across as one, and has a rather scary amount of canon evidence to possibly confirm it.
  • Zangief from Street Fighter. A huge dude wearing neither a shirt nor pants, with a ton of chest hair and scars. His moveset revolves around grappling moves, and his signature move involves grabbing his opponent's crotch while slamming his opponent's face into his crotch. Seriously.
    • In SFIV, he's shown approaching a group of (obviously male) kids, dressed like that. It's made creepier by the fact that he sneaks up on them, and they're all freaked out when they realize he's there. Actually, he did that to listen what they were saying (some of the kids were saying Zangief is a wuss, and he'll go and prove them wrong).
      • Zangief, being a big bearded muscular guy, would fit right into any number of bara comics. If anything, he's more exaggerated than most of them.
      • Which resulted in Seth Green adding him to this.
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    • Balrog (the "Boxer") and his disturbing ending. He kidnaps a 10-year-old kid and walks in the distance with the line: "Well, this must be my lucky day" (justified by the fact that the kid, as one of Seth's test subjects, is supposed to have some strange Shadaloo power... which means a money reward for Balrog).
      • His ending in Super SFIV, which ends with him telling the kid he "has to do something for him now". Run, kid, run.
    • Along with his various other memetic titles, M. Bison (Dictator) could fit here too. Consider: he surrounds himself with twelve or so unfailingly loyal teenage girls as his Dolls. And then, there's that scene in Street Fighter II V when he meets a captive Chun-Li, not to mention that all of his endings involving Rose involve things like knocking her out, possessing her, or carrying her off......
    • It's shocking that Vega doesn't come up here as often as Bison, considering he's a canon Combat Sadomasochist. He has an obsession with Chun-Li that comes from The Movie (where he implies that he'll rape her alongside beat her, which gets him a savage beating from Chunners in reply), and has been re-sparked in SFIV as well. (And this is not counting how he brainwashes her in the Alternate Universe Street Fighter II V, made even creepier because that particular incarnation of Chun-Li is fifteen as much.) He's equally obsessed with Cammy, and in Street Fighter V, his win pose, (when unmasked) shows him with the most epic rape face ever.
    • Urien got a little bit of this in Street Fighter III namely due to one of his winquotes. It probably doesn't help that he's a Mr Olympia-esque, large, black man dressed in a tiny white fundoshi (Japanese "thong" formed by wrapping a single strip of cloth about the crotch). And one that kidnaps children, too, like Chun-Li's adoptive daughter.
    • In Super Street Fighter IV, ninja girl Ibuki (who made her debut in III) gets some of this too, as her entire story revolves around looking for cool boys. It didn't take long for the masses to speak of how horny she was or the lengths Ibuki would go to get some.
    • Possibly the worst example by far comes from series' newcomer Juri Han is a Psycho Depraved Omnisexual. For one, her post-battle comments make it clear that she's going to rape and/or kill her defeated opponent, and that's not even getting into her rival battles, which sound like she's willing to get it on with Chun-Li, Cammy, and M. Bison.
  • Contagio; his portraits combined with the Combat Tentacles his machine has.
  • Tales of the Abyss: Van Grants. His Fan Nickname isn't "Master Badtouch" for nothing, you know.
    • In addition to molesting at the speed of light, he can also shoot laser beams with his eyebrows and the source of his power is his beard.
  • It's a widely accepted truth among Tales of Graces fans that Pascal is a pedophile, though this doesn't hurt her popularity one bit.
  • Hugo Gilchrist of Tales of Destiny is considered the greatest badtoucher in the entire Tales Series.
  • Grabbed by the Ghoulies, a game intended for children, revolves around the protagonist's girlfriend getting kidnapped by an airplane-obsessed manchild who has kidnapped 13 other children and imprisoned them in his home.
    • The vampires also resemble large-breasted woman who attack the player by pulling him inside their coffin which then rock back and forth while love hearts float from it as the player loses health.
  • Kingdom Hearts:
    • Some of the Heartless attack by slashing at you with their claws, slowly advancing towards you, and then attempting to jump on top of you.
    • Ansem, Xehanort's Heartless, when you battle him in the first game. What with his shirt open in the front to reveal much of his muscular chest, his overall dominating presence, white gloves, black tight pants, and piercing red eyes. And let's not forget one of his attacks includes his Heartless attempting to make a grab for you when Ansem screams out, in a loud voice, "SUBMIT!!!!!"
      • His possession of Riku, including one scene which has him struggling to escape Ansem's control, with Ansem groaning and Riku saying, "No... you won't USE ME FOR THIS!"
      • It's not just "Ansem" - everyone connected to Xehanort is one of these. Xemnas gets it for creepy facial expressions and watching Roxas sleep. Terra-Xehanort gets it for picking Aqua up by her chest in a cutscene. Master Xehanort gives even "Ansem" a run for his money by leaving a half-naked Ven catatonic and wrapped in a blanket after using him to create Vanitas and isolating Terra so he can't resist their forced (and rather painful) union. He also has a move where he pins you down in preparation to use a Blizzard attack. Even Terra himself can't avoid it, due to an intentional misinterpretation of a scene where he has five-year-old Riku touch his Keyblade and makes him promise not to tell anyone. At this point, you have to wonder if they're doing it on purpose.
    • Marluxia, who the fandom characterizes as a gay rapist and sometimes portrayed as a pedophile, due to how touchy-feely he is with Namine.
    • DiZ in KH2, where he restrained Namine, struggled with her, and put his hand over her mouth.
    • Vexen. It's not as common nowadays, but when Chain of Memories was first released, he was often accused of being a creepy pedophile, mostly due to the fact that he created a perfect replica of Riku. This is turned up to 11 in the manga version with his creepy faces and lines. [1]
    • After The Reveal and release of Birth By Sleep, about 90% of all fan fiction written about Vanitas has him threatening suggestively, making out with, or almost raping someone. It's all against their will and completely one-sided, of course. Though, some of his 'victims' seem to enjoy his pursuits a little too much...
      • Doesn't help that, like Larxene below, he's canonically sadistic. Neither do his battle taunts, "What's yours is mine!" and "Show me anguish!"
    • Larxene, being a canon sadist (sexual or not it's debatable), gets this. It's usually with Namine.
      • It doesn't help that when you fight her she says "I'm gonna break you!" which many fans have said it sounds like she's saying "I'm gonna rape you!"
      • Larxene's behavior towards Axel would probably be considered more than memetic if she was a man. She's all over him in Re:Chain of Memories even though (if his body language is anything to go by) he's not comfortable with it, and she doesn't really seem to care (in fact, that's probably exactly why she does it!)
      • And then there's Riku-Replica's desperate attempt to back away from an advancing Larxene as if she was trying to rape him!
  • The tune Burn, Bobonga! from Chrono Trigger is now forever associated with getting molested, and specifically victim of the oddly faced Brian Peppers. Thank you YTMND!
    • Oh, prehistoric rhythm!
    • Consider the original context:
      Lucca: Liar! I was a perfect lady last night! But why does my tummy hurt so...?
  • Everyone in the hilariously bad Pokémon hack "Pokémon Quartz", especially your rival, J Akira, horrible Marty Stu Author Avatar Baro, and the fat, ugly (yet somehow able to use "charm") bear Pokémon Babos.
    • Babos gets worse when it evolves into Osoe. Poor Foxy had to censor a lot of the time Swap.bear was in combat in that Let's Play.
  • Pokémon:
    • From canon Pokémon there is Cynthia, the Champion in Diamond/Pearl/Platinum. She was shipped with Dawn and bam, now she's a pedophile. It doesn't help that she conveniently shows up wherever the player's going a little too often. Not usually portrayed as a rapist, though.
    • Before her was Steven, Champion of Ruby/Sapphire (and their remakes), former in Emerald. Less of a stalker, but he still invited small children into his house. Alone. Now, however, his dorky man-moe has made him the molestee. He's one of the most shipped people with the protagonists, most likely the most shipped other than with each other. He just happened to be in Johto where he gives you a Pokemon and trades with you. He also just happened to not want his condo which landed in the hands of a random prepubescent kid. With Cynthia, she just happens to be in Johto before DPP. Both "just happen" to appear everywhere you go and are oddly nice toward you.
    • Both Cynthia and Steven's hints reach out into other games. In Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver Steven refers to how your eyes remind him of the RSE protagonist, and in Pokémon Black and White Cynthia does the same thing with a line that goes something like "you remind me of them...to think that I'd meet a Trainer with the same eyes as that Pokémon Trainer in a faraway foreign country".
    • Hypno. Mind Rape: Canon. Body-rape: memetic. That mission with a Drowzee in Pokémon Mystery Dungeon 2 doesn't help. Just read the Pokémon Silver Pokédex entry for Drowzee: "It remembers every dream it eats. It rarely eats the dreams of adults because children's are much tastier." Yeeeah, that didn't sound like a pedophile at all. Then there was that one quest in the Sevii Islands, where a Hypno corners and terrifies a young girl. Or in an episode of the anime...
    • Oh boy, Silver. He was just a Jerkass in the original Gold/Silver/Crystal (regularly shoving you around, even if you're a girl), but the remakes have added in a scene in the Radio Tower where he strips you of your Team Rocket uniform (it's a long story). Don't think for a second that the fandom has let this slip by unnoticed.
    • And Whitney. There's a scene at the Pokéathalon stadium where she picks out a jersey for the player character to wear, guessing his/her size while thinking out loud. The issue here is that in the Japanese version, her exact phrasing is "Are you an S or a M? Yeah, definitely an M." Upon deciding you are an M, she forces you into an outfit of her choosing.
    • Professor Oak. After all, he came when he heard you beat the Elite 4.
    • Proton is one of these. Unlike most of the other examples, it tends to not be soft and more of a Mind Rape too, considering he's a canon sadist.
    • In Emerald, there's a Kindler on Route 119. His dialogue: "Hohoho! I like kid TRAINERS! Let's have a good one!" Figure that one out yourself.
    • Predating that, in Red/Blue/Yellow/FireRed/LeafGreen, a Sailor in the SS Anne loves "Feisty kids like you!". Yikes!
    • Scott, the owner of the Battle Frontier in the Emerald version is somewhat subject to this as well, due to being yet another character who constantly follows you around.
    • If the Japanese fan art is anything to go by, Cheren and N of Pokémon Black and White are this.
    • Lyra. According to fans, she raped a Quilava, probably killed Kris (the character she replaced in the remakes) and is a yandere.
    • Ghetsis, especially where N is concerned. N himself is subject to this as well, usually with the female protagonist.
      • It does not help that his real name is Natural Harmonia Gropius. Nor does the fact that he shoves the player into a confined space (a Ferris wheel car) against their will at one point.
    • Also from Generation V, Grimsley the Dark Elite Four trainer. The fact that he's based on vampires probably lends a lot to it.
    • Hiker Andy, a bearish man that the teenage male player can ride the ferris wheel with during Summer, is gaining popularity amongst some circles for his hideously suggestive dialogue (in the Japanese version at least). It doesn't help at all that he can show up again in Fall in the sequels if you play as the girl, and he'll be talking about losing someone he loves two years ago. It's not hard to put two and two together here.
    • Maxie, the Team Magma boss, tends to get this treatment as well. But not Archie. Make of that what you will.
    • A classic example is Ditto. Since it's mostly used for breeding Pokémon (and it can breed with literally everything that can lay eggs), this was somewhat inevitable.
    • Apparently Lance. "Lance is a pervert!" is a meme now.
    • Mr. Bonding in Pokémon X and Y. His hotel room is always the furthest from the exit, and, when you talk to him, he says "It's bonding time!" and the screen goes dark. The super powers you get from it are called O-Powers, and you are encouraged to use them "as often as possible".
    • Mega Metagross, within hour of its reveal, due to the growth of its "nose" into a rather large spike.
    • Lusamine from Pokémon Sun and Moon, thanks to her similarities to Ragyo Kiryuin, got painted with this brush. It doesn't help that some fanart of her purifying Lillie surfaced after a while.
    • Mr. Mime has had this reputation for a long time, along with the more murderous variant. We imagine the reasons for this are obvious. The release of the particularly horrifying version from Pokémon Detective Pikachu (along with the fact that the scene he's in has him being interrogated by the police) has made this practically canon.
    • To an extent, Hilbert, the male protagonist of Black and White, occasionally gets this treatment because of one of the ferris wheel events. They are notoriously innuendo-laden (especially on Japan), and one of them involves a Preschooler.
    • Fans noted the cute Pokekid Meghan in Volkner's gym and paired her up with him. While most fans keep it to a platonic sibling-like relationship and even those who ship them tend to keep it to a one-sided Precocious Crush, others lean towards this. There are also a lot of fans who ship Lucas (the male Sinnoh protagonist) with Volkner as a Spear Counterpart to Dawn/Cynthia.
  • Super Mario Bros.:
    • Weegee from Mario Is Missing, if only because of his unnerving stare.
    • Luigi may be on his way to becoming this thanks to this disturbing Japanese commercial for New Super Luigi U, which features a crying Princess Peach, pleading for Mario through tears, seemingly alone with a dark room with him. From the looks of things, it implies Luigi's going to sexually assault her. The Year of Luigi indeed.
    • DO NOT LET DOCTOR MARIO TOUCH YOUR GENITALS! HE IS NOT A REAL DOCTOR!
    • There was a bit of this after Yoshi Touch & Go for the title character, which probably wasn't helped by the fact the helpful green dino seems to always be around children.
    • Pretty much any character from the Mario (and to a lesser extent, Sonic) series has undergone this treatment at some point or another, probably due to how innocent and happy their respective worlds are, it's impossible not to laugh at the idea of the characters molesting each other from time to time!
    • The second-player Luma in Super Mario Galaxy 2 can grab onto enemies. And NPCs. Special note goes to the fact that when aimed at Peach, it appears to be fondling her breasts. Oh, and when it interacts with Yoshi, he runs off crying after Luma finishes with him. Once you start thinking "rape" when Luma attacks, it will be impossible not to laugh.
  • From Ace Attorney: Damon Gant will rape you. In the game he didn't do much more than stare.
    • You're forgetting his constant offers to go swimming with him. That and his stare is scary.
    • Not to mention his "confident" animation, where's he's tightening his tie, complete with this look on his face that screams "You. Tonight."
    • Insists on seeing Ema Skye alone in his office, while ushering Phoenix and Detective Gumshoe from the room rather hastily.
      • And the next day, Ema is very... withdrawn. And don't forget Lana is absolutely terrified of what Gant could do to Ema.
      • He also blackmailed Lana into doing... something for two years, something that caused her to completely withdraw herself from everyone, something we never find out exactly what it is in-game?
    • Kristoph Gavin gets this treatment a lot in the fandom as well.
    • While he isn't as well known for this as Gant, Blaise Debeste from Ace Attorney Investigations 2 is on his way to becoming this. Let's just say this: when you start approaching your son, telling everyone you're going home to "play" with him, and it succeeds in making him tremble with fear and start staggering backwards while he weakly fights back as you approach, it can only mean one thing...
  • Duke Davis of the NES game Bad Street Brawler has a couple of (unintentionally?) perverted moves; a dash attack where he rams face first into the opponent's crotch and a trip where he fondles his opponent after knocking him/her down. It doesn't help that he runs around wearing a yellow tank top and matching short shorts.
    • And a titty twister! A TITTY TWISTER!!! Strangely, his in-game sprite makes him look LESS like a molester, even while engaging in said moves... It's his blank Agent-like stare on the game box that's particularly creeparific.
  • In F.E.A.R. fandom, Alma is very rapidly gaining this treatment, and for good reason. She actually does rape you at the end of Project Origin.
    • It doesn't help that the back of the manual for Project Origin shows child Alma giving you this horribly creepy emotionless stare, with the words ALMA WANTS YOU written in blood underneath.
  • Fire Emblem:
    • The fandom has Gheb, which is fairly accurate to his portrayal in-game. He was so well-liked that a patch was created wherein Gheb is the main character. Don't forget Gheb didn't actually die. It was a fake double named Gleb.
    • It's basically canon that Valter wanted to rape Eirika, but considering his fellow villains comment rather heavily about his track record of canon psycho stalker behavior and the fact he has a Gauron-esque obsession with hunting down Ephraim (Eirika's brother), it's no surprise he has this reputation.
    • Oliver from Path of Radiance and Radiant Dawn, the fat, decadent slave-trading nobleman, is apparently able to charm the pants off everyone, for the sake of beauty.
    • Radiant Dawn's Heather should've had a spot reserved here.
  • Star Fox:
  • I. M. Meen: Ignatius Mortimer Meen. Oh, look, what clever children...
  • The Legend of Zelda:
    • Tingle from The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask is clearly a pedo with a boner for Link. CLEARLY. It only makes it worse that you first meet Tingle in jail in The Wind Waker...
    • Ganon's scheme of kidnapping little girls in The Wind Waker reeks of this. They don't possess the Triforce of Wisdom, so why is he still keeping them locked up in a cell below....his room....Uh oh... It doesn't help that when you go to rescue Zelda later, she's literally sleeping in his bed.
    • The Traveling Maskman from The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask is very ominous but fans aren't quite certain what is wrong with him. One conclusion involves this.
    • The ReDead are creepy zombies (though Super Smash Bros. insists that they're made of magic) who cause Link to freeze, then they bite him. Quite a few fanworks present them as doing more than just attacking Link. Same for Gibdos in some games.
    • Or Zant in The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess. What with his grappling with Midna in one scene, that has him leaning in to whisper "I need you" to her while she struggles against his hold, or his penchant for randomly appearing behind you.
    • Morpha in the Water Temple of The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time is basically a giant water tentacle that can manipulate water and sneaks up to Link, looking at him from under the water's surface in its first appearance, and constantly attempting to commit both tentacle rape and goo rape on him.
    • Nabooru, due to her promise of doing "something great" for young Link if he could retrieve the Silver Gauntlets. This is practically canon, as is hinted when she laments about not being able to give you your "reward", especially since you grew up to be so handsome. Though like with the "you're not afraid of dragons are you" lady from The Legend of Zelda CD-i Games, the implications of such sexual advances are considered less dire when a woman is making them.
    • In that vein, Telma. She does go after a much older man later, much to his displeasure.
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    • Rauru from Ocarina of Time, according to some. Note that Link is wearing an earring when he wakes up that wasn't there when he went into his 7-year sleep, and in those seven years, Rauru was the only one with access to his body. The chances of the placement of that earring being the only thing Rauru did are... slim. Recall that before Link went to sleep, he wasn't wearing pants. Seven years later, he wakes up wearing tights. Do the math. This was parodied by ArtistGamerGirl.
    • Demon Lord Ghirahim will get you from behind.
    • Vaati is the embodiment of this trope, partly because it's actually canon. He is a Really 700 Years Old Dirty Old Man who kidnaps young maidens out of lust.
    • Ruto is a girl who falls for Link after he rescues her. She arranges herself to marry him when they're older, however that never occurs due to Ganondorf laying waste to Hyrule. She ends up abandoning the engagement in the Adult Timeline and in the Child Timeline it's most likely that the engagement never even occurred. A lot of fans exaggerate Ruto's crush on Link and present her as a Stalker with a Crush who won't take "no" for an answer.
  • From Silent Hill: Pyramid Head, sex god. A brisk walking pace is the best defense. Comparatively logdisp. Pyramid Head carries around a phallic sword that represents, among other things, James' issues with women.
    • While the character actually is a rapist (the first few times he's encountered, Pyramid Head is in the middle of raping an enemy monster — or several — to death), it still qualifies due to the exaggeration of how much he goes around raping things.
      • Although some will argue that the first time, Pyramid Head isn't raping the Mannequins, but is trying to separate two fighting monsters. His doing it in canon in later games may be Ascended Fanon.
    • And then there's almost every single other monster in the games, especially the Personal Space Invaders, and especially the Abstract Daddy/Doorman and Slurper monsters.
    • Dr. Kaufmann in Silent Hill: Shattered Memories: "You know, people who are getting enough don't need analysis. You clearly are not getting enough. Let's see this through to the end."
  • While not very widespread, The Fear of Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater has been known to get this treatment from time to time. Considering his freakishly long forked tongue, ability to turn invisible, and love of paralytic toxins, it's really not surprising.
    • Ocelot sometimes gets this treatment as well. The remarks about "long silver bullets" and the fact that he's an interrogation specialist don't help. Mostly if you're a guy. It doesn't help that he was canonically in love with Big Boss (and by extension Snake) and in the fourth game takes a time out from their fight to try making out with Snake.
    • Volgin and Raikov are both Memetic Violators of Personal Space. If you are male, and within grabbing distance of either of them, fandom says you are not getting away with your junk ungroped.
    • There's also the aptly-named Vamp. As Yahtzee put it: "Vamp in Metal Gear Solid 2 was implied to be banging Fortune, but only because Vamp was implied to be banging absolutely fucking everyone, including you as you read this. Try to hold still."
  • Persona 4: Igor's portrait when he talks to you looks rather creepy, like a rape face. The fact he's a capable pianist does not help much. Those long, gloved, bony fingers just WANT to reach out of the screen and molest you. Or strangle you. His Alternate Character Interpretation in Hiimdaisy definitely fueled his memetic-ness.
    • Also from Persona 4, Tohru Adachi earned something of this reputation after The Reveal. And that sad part is it's really not that far off, as he canonically attempted to rape two of the victims.
    • The Shin Megami Tensei series as a whole brings us Mara, a giant penis demon and a god of temptations. (Yes, we mean those kind of temptations, and then some.) His (or in the case of Shin Megami Tensei: Strange Journey, her) innuendo-filled pre-battle dialogue certainly doesn't help.
    "It will only take one thrust to penetrate your frail form and finish you off immediately!"
    "Through my charms, your kind will reach their climax and...die!"
    • And from Digital Devil Saga 2 we have Khumbanda. So much so that some fans want to rename the prison break theme to "Rape Escape". The pelvic thrusting doesn't help.
    • The original English translation of Persona 1 made Jerk Jock Hidehiko/Brad one of these, by essentially implying he WILL hit anything and EVERYTHING, even a majority of the demons you can talk to. While he's a suave and flirtatious ladies man in the original anyway, the "Blind Idiot" Translation makes him sound more like a high school Pyramid Head. Plus he uses a giant spear as his chosen weapon and his portrait's Slasher Smile looks like he enjoys scaring the demons intentionally. He essentially is made out this way, but it's purposefully not supposed to come together in an obvious manner, he's really just (usually) trolling. The translations batter down all subtlety, however.
  • Touhou:
  • Mao from Disgaea 3: Absence of Justice will grope you in the name of science! Canon based on what he did to Almaz.
    • Based on his behavior in Disgaea Infinite, NIS seems to be aware of his status and ran with it.
    • Heck, in Dark Hero Days, he says Adell is "too good to be true", while panting and sweating!
    • And it continues into Disgaea 4: A Promise Unforgotten. Poor poor Desco... He seemed to be at it AGAIN when he brought the Getter Mao to port, but Fuka sent him flying on the Homerun Express.
    • Mid-Boss. Hell, even the manga for the first game has the other characters accusing him of pedophilia as a running joke!
  • Fatal Fury: With her Flying Queen of Chaos super move, Hotaru will have her way with you and you'll be smiling every time when she's done.
  • Super Smash Bros.:
  • From actual F-Zero canon, however, we have Mr. Zero as a Memetic Ephebophile. If you've ever seen in post-GP interviews with the 16-year-old Princia Ramode and the 14-year-old Lily Flyer in F-Zero GX, Mr. Zero gives a few lines that sound paedophilia-ish both in and out of context.
  • Final Fantasy:
  • Jester from Devil May Cry 3 says and does some things that seem more than a little bit wrong. "And you can expect a SPANKING from daddy later!" Describing the Temen-ni-guru as a "thick shaft that causes women to shudder" also counts.
    • And that "spanking from daddy" line was delivered to his actual daughter, giving off some serious Parental Incest vibes.
  • The Spy from Team Fortress 2 sneaks around and attacks people from behind. He's also here to f(BLEEP) us!
  • King's Quest VII: The Princeless Bride seems to imply that, if you're a lady wandering unaccompanied through a dismal place, the skeletal Boogeyman may at any moment suddenly appear nearby, pounce on you gleefully, and "bone" you to death.
  • Dept. Heaven has Hector; the idea that he's a rapist is both laughed at and played horrifically straight in both Japanese and English-speaking fanworks.
  • Sigma from Mega Man X has become a liiiiiittle too obsessed with the two main heroes...
    Sigma: That's right, folks! I'll do it again, and again! I will make X and Zero mine! Now, come and get me!
  • Since we're on the subject of Mega Man, Let's Do IT! showing a very... interesting Alternative Character Interpretation of Crash Man. (And Flash Man and Quick Man too, to a lesser degree...)
  • The spirits possessing the OopART in the second Mega Man Star Force game kept inducing nightmares demanding Geo submit to them. What they said? "GIVE ME YOUR BODY!" Geo almost always ends up in a traumatized possession shorty before waking.
  • Sander Cohen from BioShock will rape you. And probably film it so he can sell the result as avant-garde cinema.
    • Yi Suchong as well. If he hated kids so much, why'd he do all his work around them? Answer, he actually loves children... but in a different way.
  • Lu Bu from Dynasty Warriors. He even has a joke Fan Nickname of Lube Up given how he's generally the toughest opponent on the field.
    • Cao Ren gets an honourable mention for being quite a grappley fellow for a beat-em-up, dressing like Megaman, and being the Implacable Man as it takes one more hit to knock him out of the 'throw' or 'charge attack' animations. Another honorable mention goes to Huang Zhong, normally a bit of a joke, becomes quite lethal on hard and above due to the immense power boost on his arrows. Which he fires into your chest at point blank range.
    • Huang Gai as well thanks to his musou attacks being wrestling moves particularly the Muscle Buster. Now, look at any video of Huang Gai using the Muscle Buster on the female characters which also give a view of their behinds.
    • Sima Yi in 6 where, instead of his Combat Hand Fan, he uses Razor Floss gloves to tie his enemies up. He loses the gloves in the next game but in the eight game, one of his musou attacks still has him tying his enemies up. His wife, who became playable in 8, inherits the gloves and she too joins the bondage musou attack.
    • Dong Bai joins in for Dynasty Warriors 9, and quickly earned herself a femdom image. Her ground musou has her use her chain flail to tie up an opponent, before suddenly pulling so hard, it launches the poor guy or girl a good few feet away from her. If that’s not bad enough, her air musou has her jump down onto a foe, knocking them to the ground, upon which she steps on their chest. In her story mode, she doesn’t kill her enemies, instead choosing to enslave them. The only person she considers killing is Diaochan, with dialogue that implies some plans to torture her as well. Her ending even has her forcing all the leaders she defeated to bow down to her. (It turns out to be All Just a Dream, which many interpreted as an Erotic Dream.)
  • The Jockey from Left 4 Dead 2... there are some very, VERY Squick drawings. Given his actions, however... be glad that they didn't use his original design. Ready the Brain Bleach.
    • Doesn't help that the Jockey is actually called "face humper" in-game. In addition, the Smoker qualifies with his extra-long tongues, the Tank for getting people out of the closet, and the Hunter for jumping on the Witch. The Charger is surprisingly exempt from this, since you know what they say about zombies with one huge arm...
    • Poor Zoey has become a memetic rape victim. Being the only female (Rochelle who?) stuck with three guys with big guns, Smokers who just got off the set of the Japanese porn they were filming, tanks, hunters, even the witch on occasion... Let's hope she's got a chastity belt made of adamantium.
    • Some safehouse graffiti warns that the one in the dark hoodie (the hunter) will try to touch your nipples. That's right, evem the hunter is trying to violate you.
  • Mr. Sandman from the Punch-Out!! games. Especially in the Wii version. Doesn't help that he's a Scary Black Man and talks a lot about putting "Mac Baby" to bed.
    Mr. Sandman: Hey Mac Baby! Brush your teeth? *leans in* It's bed time...
  • The DJMAX (Technika) fanbase somehow managed to turn a song into one: Enemy Storm [SP], aka: You gonna get CROOVE'd.
  • Psychonauts has a man with sanity issues dressing up as a milkman and throwing around molotov cocktails while repeating "I am the milkman...my milk is delicious...."
  • Jak and Daxter: Erol wants more than just to win, eco freak. Erol wants you!
  • Mr. Blank was always watching over you...
  • BlazBlue's Hazama. It doesn't help that he's also a memetic troll, nor does his resemblance to Michael Jackson (see below).
  • I-No from the Guilty Gear series looks like a prototype of Hazama. On screen, she licks and strokes her guitar and takes her top off when she wins.
    • And her quotes make her pass the memetic molester territory and make her a memetic rapist. Specially on EX mode.
    • One move puts Faust straddling the line between "memetic" and "actual". One of his attacks causes him to jam his scalpel into characters' backsides, eliciting custom responses from each character - including "Only He can do that!" from Venom, and "Put the kids to bed!" from Zappa.
  • Minecraft:
  • The scientist and the FBI Agent from the E.T. Atari game; you know they're doing more than just "research"...
  • Both the Nurse and Mr. Nomiyah from Katawa Shoujo are considered this by the fandom, the later a bit more seriously than the former. It doesn't help that Rin, the character most closely associated with him, sometimes acts disturbingly like an abuse victim.
  • Albedo from Xenosaga. Not only does he look and act like an insane Roman Emperor, but he surrounds himself with artifically created little girls. And then there's the.....things he does with MOMO and Jr.
  • Rasputin from World Heroes. The dude has a special move that involves dragging the opponent into a rosebush and doing god knows what with them! Plus, the enhanced version of the move has the opponent try to escape only to be dragged back in! See the spectacle here,
  • Amnesia: The Dark Descent has three:
  • Crassius Curio from The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind, he should be the trope picture for Chivalrous Pervert.
  • Nazi Zombies: Edward Richtofen's many lines suggest all too blatantly that he not only takes disturbingly sexual pleasure in carnage and blood splatter, but that he would absolutely love to do a variety of...unpleasant things to teammate Tank Dempsey's rear. Naturally, fangirls took this and ran with it.
  • Of all the possibilities in Lunar, it's usually Dyne/Laike as a result of Flanderization due to his devil-may-care attitude towards generally everything in general that gets this treatment. Plus the fact he meets a band of young adventurers while travelling alone in the forest and decides to join their 'little party'... without their consent. A close runner-up would be Rouyce, who does stereotypically sexy-rapist-witchy things to Nash in their scenes together, and even uses herself as one of the perks joining the vile tribe would get him for betraying his teammates. Turns out Nash is a Chivalrous Pervert however, and would never abandon Mia, but even without his leery perversion he's a bit of a douche.
  • Tripod from Dead Space 2 in this video. Top comment on YouTube: "I've seen enough hentai to know where is this going"
  • Soul Series: Ivy Valentine just dominates the competition.
    Ivy: "Well aren't we cheeky? This'll be fun!"
    Ivy: "BEG FOR FORGIVENESS!"
    Ivy: "Learn. Your. PLACE!"
    • Then there's Voldo, with his writhing body and vast codpiece collection...
      • Made worse in Soul Calibur VI since you can make a penis thanks to the character customization and how creative people got with it.
    • Astaroth is an enormous musclebound hulk of a man whose outfit often looks like it was painted on by Boris Vallejo and a ton of grapple moves, as well as quotes that make have such blatant sadistic subtext that it's practically text, like "Squirm! Scream!", "Go ahead and struggle!", or "Can you take this? Gya ha ha!"
    • Rock is even this considering that some of his moves are similar to Astaroth.
    • Raphael in VI became this when one of his moves involves stripping his opponent bare...and there's nothing stopping him from doing the same to ladies.
  • A good bit of fan-art of Five Nights at Freddy's tends to depict the robots (especially Chica) as stalkers with crushes looking to molest and/or rape the player character, which may or may not be worse than the Cruel and Unusual Death that awaits the PC in canon.
  • Tatsuta of Kantai Collection is infamous for being a teasing troll and pervert to the other kanmusu, especially her "sister" Tenryuu. There's an entire pool on Danbooru dedicated to these tendencies of hers, called "God Damn It Tatsuta!"
  • Star Trek Online's summer event has Pavyl, a Risian who has you play hide-and-seek with him across the island for four consecutive nights. A couple of the locations are these dark caverns. Now couple that with the Wretched Hive that is STO zone chat.
  • From Neptunia, Plutia/Iris Heart. In canon, she's a sadistic dominatrix who likes to bully cute girls so she can see them cry and practically anything she says is some kind of sexual innuendo. On the other hand, she has Undying Loyalty to her True Companions, she tries her best to be a good mother figure to Compa, IF, and Peashy, and she is only ever outright hostile towards those who try to hurt her and her friends and family, being more Good Is Not Soft than anything else. In fanon, she's an unrepentant serial rapist of everything with a pulse.
  • Monster Hunter players who have gone face-to-face with Rajang, particularly Apex Rajang in Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate, and failed to defeat it often describe the encounter as "Hot Rajang Dick".
  • The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel IV has Laura S. Arseid, who prior to IV, was known by fandom as the character who has an obsession with swords, training, and swimming. Then IV came out and in her bonding event with Rean, Rean ends up unloading all of his grief in a cave and Laura tries to comfort him by lifting him up by one hand, pinning him against the wall, and forcefully kissing him, then confessing that her problems seem minuscule in comparison to what Rean is going through. The fandom however twists this into making Laura take anyone in the Kiseki Series cast into her so-called "rape cave".
  • Mr. X in the Resident Evil 2 Remake. The invincible Tyrant is already a Super-Persistent Predator with hints of a smug personality, decked out in leather with numerous bondage-like straps around his body. Then came the Beach Boy mod, that strips the monster down to a thong and oils him up. Leon gets a matching mod, allowing a cat-and-mouse game involving two oiled-up dudes in thongs. Mr. X gonna give it to ya, indeed.

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