Casanova complex refers to the extensive seductive behavior of men which is based on the infamous reputation of Giacomo Girolamo Casanova as a womanizer. Individuals with this complex are often attractive since they have already mastered the art of presenting themselves appealingly to the opposite sex. They are merely motivated by “the chase” and may become more diligent in seducing women who appear “challenging”. A Casanova’s seductive ploys usually include humor, flirtatious looks, and passionate yet false statements. He normally loses interest when the “victim” has already succumbed and will callously move on to the next “target”.