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2nd May '16 4:14:42 PM Taxima
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* Hannibal Chau has scientist Newt sent to a public Kaiju shelter while he and his men use a private model. To demonstrate that he fully expects Newt to die, he shows him a scar over his left eye from the one time Hannibal used a public shelter.
23rd Apr '16 10:19:52 AM mcgrew
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* In the musical ''Theatre/{{Violet}}'', we learn the story of the title character's disfigurement through flashbacks.
18th Apr '16 10:26:09 AM Willbyr
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* ''KeroroGunsou'' has Giroro's noticeable scar across his face, allegedly caused by Keroro

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* ''KeroroGunsou'' ''Manga/SgtFrog'' has Giroro's noticeable scar across his face, allegedly caused by Keroro
27th Jan '16 10:30:39 AM Jake
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* Inverted in the Franchise/{{Discworld}} fanfic [[http://archiveofourown.org/works/907942 "In the Blood"]]. Sam Vimes [[CoveredInScars has too many scars to keep track of]], which ends up setting up the whole plot because he doesn't realise he's acquired another one during the events of ''Discworld/TheFifthElephant''... [[spoiler: Until he wakes up with twice his usual quota of legs, and eventually figures out he got it from getting scratched by a werewolf's tooth.]]
16th Jan '16 10:42:24 PM nombretomado
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* In one [[TheFarSide Far Side]] strip, one sailor is telling another of how he got his peg leg. The other sailor, however, has a peg [[FateWorseThanDeath head]].

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* In one [[TheFarSide ''[[ComicStrip/TheFarSide Far Side]] Side]]'' strip, one sailor is telling another of how he got his peg leg. The other sailor, however, has a peg [[FateWorseThanDeath head]].
31st Oct '15 10:41:27 AM Dravencour
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* Zuko's scar in ''WesternAnimation/AvatarTheLastAirbender'' came from when he spoke out of turn in a war council, protesting a plan involving sending a green regiment to their deaths for some tactical advantage, and his father the Fire Lord challenged him to an Agni Kai (a firebending duel) over it.

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* Zuko's scar in ''WesternAnimation/AvatarTheLastAirbender'' came from when he spoke out of turn in a war council, protesting a plan involving sending a green regiment to their deaths for some tactical advantage, and his father the Fire Lord challenged him to an Agni Kai (a firebending duel) over it. Zuko lost, and this was how his father punished him.
26th Oct '15 3:47:07 PM catmuto
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* A skit in ''VideoGame/TalesOfTheWorldRadiantMythology'' has [[VideoGame/TalesOfRebirth Annie]] wonder what heroic story must be behind the scar on [[VideoGame/TalesOfLegendia Senel's]] face. After she leaves, Senel admits that he only got the scar [[RuleOfCool to look cool]].

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* A Played for Laughs in a skit in ''VideoGame/TalesOfTheWorldRadiantMythology'' has ''VideoGame/TalesOfTheWorld Radiant Mythology'', when [[VideoGame/TalesOfRebirth Annie]] wonder wonders what heroic story must be behind the scar on [[VideoGame/TalesOfLegendia Senel's]] face. After she leaves, Senel admits that he only got the scar [[RuleOfCool to look cool]].
26th Oct '15 3:45:49 PM catmuto
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* A skit in ''VideoGame/TalesOfTheWorldRadiantMythology'' has [[VideoGame/TalesOfRebirth Annie]] wonder what heroic story must be behind the scar on [[VideoGame/TalesOfLegendia Senel's]] face. After she leaves, Senel admits that he only got the scar [[RuleOfCool to look cool]].
30th Sep '15 12:19:50 AM Gwyddone
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* In Literature/DeadWest, The Porcelain Doctor's elegant outfit hides most of his scars. He tries to avoid others look at them, since it instantly makes clear that he is not just a scrawny doctor. He received them on battlefields and hunts, and even with his HealingFactor, they look hideous. The self-inflicted ones on his face and the ones left by lighter wounds are hardly visible, but the scar left by a domesticated tiger sicced on him and another by a javelin were too deep to fade, and he has scars from the injections and the latest battle injuries, too. He hates his scarred body, both because he thinks is unattractive and because he considers them the remnant of his failures. Gervas has a different opinion, and starts to realize that Niall is not just a fragile doll after seeing them. The Merry Company mistakes the scars as evidence of ParentalAbuse for some reason.
** Gervas himself ends up covered with scars after serving the [=MacArkills=] as a knight for many, many years, mostly in the battlefield.
** Cedric also counts, although most of his scars are faded enough.

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* In Literature/DeadWest, The Porcelain Doctor's elegant outfit hides most of his scars. He tries to avoid others look at them, since it instantly makes clear that he is not just a scrawny doctor. He received them on battlefields and hunts, and even with his HealingFactor, they look hideous. The self-inflicted ones on his face and the ones left by lighter wounds are hardly visible, but the scar left by a domesticated tiger sicced on him and another by a javelin were too deep to fade, and he has scars from the injections and the latest battle injuries, too.scars. He hates his scarred body, both because he thinks is unattractive and because he considers them the remnant of his failures. Gervas has a different opinion, and starts to realize that Niall is not just a fragile doll after seeing them. He is the one who interrogates the doctor about them, and even gets answers. Mostly horrific ones. The great scar on The Porcelain Doctor's hip and thigh is left by a domesticated tiger his cousin sicced on him, the star-shaped one on his shoulder and back was inflicted by a jealous classmate with a javelin, and there are the scars on his forearms, after the bites of their dogs after his brother's failed attempt to help him learn to train their dogs. The Merry Company mistakes the scars as evidence of ParentalAbuse for some reason.
** Gervas himself ends up covered with scars after serving the [=MacArkills=] as a knight for many, many years, mostly in the battlefield.
** Cedric also counts, although most of his scars are faded enough.
30th Sep '15 12:12:36 AM Gwyddone
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* In Literature/DeadWest, The Porcelain Doctor's elegant outfit hides most of his scars. He tries to avoid others look at them, since it instantly makes clear that he is not just a scrawny doctor. He received them on battlefields and hunts, and even with his HealingFactor, they look hideous. The self-inflicted ones on his face and the ones left by lighter wounds are hardly visible, but the scar left by a domesticated tiger sicced on him and another by a javelin were too deep to fade, and he has scars from the injections and the latest battle injuries, too. He hates his scarred body, both because he thinks is unattractive and because he considers them the remnant of his failures. Gervas has a different opinion, and starts to realize that Niall is not just a fragile doll after seeing them. The Merry Company mistakes the scars as evidence of ParentalAbuse for some reason.
** Gervas himself ends up covered with scars after serving the [=MacArkills=] as a knight for many, many years, mostly in the battlefield.
** Cedric also counts, although most of his scars are faded enough.
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