Summon Night: Swordcraft Story series
- Developer: Flight-Plan
- Publisher: Banpresto Atlus
- Year: 2000 – 2016
- Genre: RPG Visual novel
- Platform/s: Various
If the player chooses to play as a woman in Summon Night: Swordcraft Story, and picks Sugar as their 'summon beast', there is sexual innuendo that occurs between them. There are also other characters, such as Razzy and Sanary, who have implied lesbian interactions with the player-character.
In the sequel, Summon Night: Swordcraft Story 2, Lynn continuously attempts to kiss the player-character, regardless of their gender. Regardless of whether the player chooses to play as a man (Edgar) or woman (Aera) in this title, the protagonist shows the same romantic behaviour, which can imply diverse sexualities though is likely attributed to ease of writing.
In fact, same-gender interactions are difficult to avoid in the Summon Night: Swordcraft Story series, with lots of lesbian options and female summons having crushes on the same-gender player-character. Sugar kisses the player-character, but only if they are a woman.