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In Fate/stay night Rider 's true name is Medusa and she is rather attractive . However, this appearance is also due to her Class, and her Gorgon form isn't as cute . The Medusae in the PS1 game Deathtrap Dungeon manage to both play this trope straight and subvert it - their faces are pretty monstrous, but their figures, on the other hand... The Global Gateway Forum brings together for the first time an assembly of government representatives from the European Union and across the globe, alongside key stakeholders from the private sector, civil society, thought leaders, financial institutions, and international organisations to promote global investment in transformative infrastructure – hard and soft- to deliver on SDGs.
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Medusa appeared in an episode of Animaniacs; she wasn't exactly beautiful, but she appeared to be a satire of Joan Rivers and more-or-less harmless. ( Maybe... There was a statue nearby the place where she was talking to someone, likely the remains of a victim.)The “ MEDUSA” project, developed by AFR-IX telecom and manufactured by Alcatel Submarine Networks (ASN), will be the Mediterranean's most extensive submarine cable initiative to date. Stretching over 7,100 km, this state-of-the-art, high-capacity optical-fibre submarine cable will connect both shores of the Mediterranean Sea. The project is expected to be operational between 2025 and early 2026, with a design life of 25 years.
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Main article: Cultural depictions of Medusa and Gorgons An embossed plaque in the Art Nouveau style from 1911 Perseus with the Head of Medusa (1554), Benvenuto Cellini Medusa (c. 1597), by Caravaggio Mekakucity Actors: Azami and her daughter Shion are both Medusae (albeit Shion is a Half-Human Hybrid). They look like ◊ this ◊. And they're both treated like monsters for it. Shion's daughter, Mary ◊, meanwhile is a Cute Monster Girl. Infested Kerrigan from StarCraft has a little something too, especially on the cover and title screen.
Marilith from the original Final Fantasy could be seen as this. While she doesn't have the turn-her-enemies-to-stone ability, she's still the deadly powerful demon of fire, and could easily be seen as quite attractive. Pythian Ode 12). Noted by Marjorie J. Milne in discussing a red-figured vase in the style of Polygnotos, ca. 450–30 BC, in the Metropolitan Museum of Art; Milne noted that "It is one of the earliest illustrations of the story to show the Gorgon not as a hideous monster but as a beautiful woman. Art in this respect lagged behind poetry." (Marjorie J. Milne, "Perseus and Medusa on an Attic Vase" The Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin New Series, 4.5 (January 1946, pp. 126–130) 126.p.) She regains her hideous face from the first game in her boss fight. It's explained that she was using Glamour to make her face look human, but she let the mask slip because she needed all her power to fight Pit.
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The climax of Once Upon a Warrior sees Sorcerous Overlord Irendri attaining a powerful, Scaled Up form after a ritual, which changes her into a gorgon-like form with a shapely, humanoid body. Her face in particular has a mix of human and serpentine features. Both Death Knights and Dark Rangers such as Sylvanas, despite being described as corpses resurrected after their violent death are rather intact, with the only undead features being red or blue glowing eyes, and a deathly pallor.An innocent look Medusa is the best option if you want to make a statement about how dangerous you can be. It symbolizes her natural beauty and grace before Athena changed it, making her into a monster with snakes for hair. This design can also be perfect for women who like looking pretty but aren’t afraid to show their wild side. 26. Evil Medusa Tattoo For Inner Arm Hard, Robin (2004). The Routledge Handbook of Greek Mythology: Based on H.J. Rose's "Handbook of Greek Mythology". Psychology Press. ISBN 978-0-415-18636-0. WoRMS Editorial Board (2017). World Register of Marine Species. Available from http://www.marinespecies.org at VLIZ. Accessed 2017-09-06. doi: 10.14284/170