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Waiting to Exhale
I just hope that the writers don't make the new books anything like The Last Hope. What gave them the idea to write that?! Fan service, maybe? While I agree that The Last Hope fell short, calling it flat out bad is an overstatement in my opinion. Can you elaborate what you thought was so awful about it? Spoilers ahead. It had a little less continuity than other books, for example cats who died in the mountains could go to see StarClan Half Moon , while in previous books it is mentioned that Feathertail, who died in the mountains, would never be able to get to StarClan.
Want a quick and easy way to show what a vile, evil scumbag your villain is? In the meantime, expect them to react with either angry defiance possibly involving brandishing a Chastity Dagger or silent, shuddering disgust no one ever seems to play along in the hope of avoiding more serious harm, though if they do , characters and audience members alike might mistakenly accuse them of wanting it. I have you now, my pretty! This trope has been a staple of movies ever since the early days of cinema, but it's a lot older than that. Almost always involves a male villain and female victim; the few gender-reversed or same-sex examples tend to play it for comic effect. However, don't forget that Villainesses Want Heroes and if a villainess wants a male Sex Slave or a consort, this is just what might happen if The Hero is unwilling to wed or bed her, especially if he's too weakened to fight his way out.
What's the only type of woman more dangerous than a Mama Bear? A woman who's been dumped, cheated on, or otherwise done wrong by her significant other or, in some cases, merely thinks she's been. Especially if she's been hiding some sanity problems , and especially if she was a Clingy Jealous Girl. Otherwise Self-Explanatory. A villainess — particularly a queen — may react in this manner when she has very little claim on the other person. After all, It's All About Me. Almost Always Female , but male examples do exist.