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Chrysalis tries and fails to convince Mark to become her King and help her conquer Equestria, she kills him afterwards.
Marx x Karl Marx
Marx's "selfish wish" was in fact a noble one, at least in the little jester's eyes - to take control of Popstar and seize the means of production to redistribute wealth between the people. It was dedicated to Marx's namesake, the great father of Communism himself whom the jester loved and sought to emulate.
His last living thought was that of Heaven, where Karl awaited for him.
Mepps x Iggy.
The relationship failed for a varoety of reasons and Interspecies Romance wasn't one of them, surprisingly enough.
Shere Khan X Sabor
Edited by VengefulBale on Dec 15th 2018 at 12:09:02 PM
It ends in a predatory fight.
Confusion ensues when Kingsley somehow turned into a fish and screwed around with Dory. Meanwhile, however, Marlin, Nemo, Jenny and Charlie aren't exactly pleased with that.
And I see what you did there.
Young Xehanort x Sunset Shimmer
Both of them team up and become a villainous couple who travels through time and takes over the world.
Lemongrab x Dobby
Lemongrab abuses Dobby too much, which eventually leads to Dobby arranging for Lemongrab's death by making him be hit with a stray Abara Kedabra.
Peridot x Jindrax
They bond over their unusually pointy-looking heads.
Seymour Krelborn and Poison Ivy.
Seymour's "talent" with plans makes Ivy fall in love with him, too bad neither realize that Audrey benefits from their relationship and eventually uses Ivy's powers on itself to conquer the world with plant clones and eventually kills them both after their usefulness is gone.
Magolor x Flame Princess
Edited by VengefulBale on Dec 27th 2018 at 7:36:43 AM
Flame Princess accidentally sets Magolor on fire when they try to sleep with each other, and then they start to fight each other instead.
Sayaka Miki x Kyoko Kirigiri
Sayaka can't get past the fact that there are now TWO Kyokos in her life.
Emily and The Phantom of the Opera.
It all goes well, until both disagree over him wearing a mask, which causes a breakup, a very funny and sad one.
Rebecca Sugar x Jon Arbuckle
Needless to say, like most of Jon's dates, this doesn't work out at all.
Ichigo Momomiya (Tokyo Mew Mew) X Inigo Montoya (The Princess Bride)
They get along surprisingly well. It's only the confusion over similar names that their friends experience that leads to them having to call things off.
Spottedleaf and Crookshanks (Hermione's pet cat)
It ends with a literal catfight.
Jill Fizzart x Chris Redfield
Edited by Mhazard on Feb 18th 2019 at 6:23:41 PM
Bumping with new pairing:
McGillis Fareed x Sayaka Miki
Sayaka I know you're desperate but this is ridiculous!
Tom Lucitor x Usagi/Sailor Moon
Tom wears a mask and tuxedo in an attempt to save Usagi by rescuing her, but he winds up get rescued by Usagi when he got defeated by the resident Monster of the Week.
So, Tom begins a Training from Hell until he becomes worthy to become the Masked Tuxedo. After defeating the Big Bad on his own, Tom finally manages to win Usagi's favor and they become Battle Couple.
Geralt x 2B
Huh? Didn't know that you were Robosexual there, Geralt. Yes, I know who they both are.
Wario X Pigma Dengar (They're going to kill me, I know)
Wario and Pigma bond at first over their greed. But Pigma's backstab-happy attitude results in the relationship ending badly. Very bad. Wario eventually does come out with some roasted pork for dinner, tho.
Hyness x Lady Tsunade
"Well, still better than Orochimaru..."
Goku x SpongeBob SquarePants
Well, they're both kinda stupid, and they're good-hearted...
King Dedede X Skipper
Skipper goes undercover to Dreamland to find out Blowhole's whereabouts, since the mad dolphin fled to Popstar to start a new evil plan. Eventually Skipper and Dedede meet and fall in love with one another, bonding over their differences and their deep-hidden similarities, they end up separating after Kirby helps them defeat Blowhole, but promise to meet again.
Max Profitt Haltmann x Medusa
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