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16th Apr '17 3:54:11 PM nombretomado
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* The ''{{Spore}}'' tools lend themselves so well to this that almost any depiction of creatures for a CosmeticAward will have three eyes.

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* The ''{{Spore}}'' ''VideoGame/{{Spore}}'' tools lend themselves so well to this that almost any depiction of creatures for a CosmeticAward will have three eyes.
19th Feb '17 12:28:58 AM KidDynamite
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* The original ''Series/{{Battlestar Galactica|1978}}'' has a four-eyed singer on one planet, using really terrifying special effects.

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* The original pilot movie for ''Series/{{Battlestar Galactica|1978}}'' has featured a four-eyed singer on one planet, trio of singers with four eyes and two mouths each, using really terrifying special effects.
17th Feb '17 3:59:47 AM Underachiever
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* Seen in several alien species in the ''Literature/PerryRhodan'' universe. This is usually little more than descriptive detail, but becomes a plot point in one issue during the "Second Empire" arc when disguised human agents on a hostile planet give themselves away and get captured because the locals literally have two extra eyes in the backs of their heads while the agents, despite their masks, can still only see in one direction. (The first to inadvertantly tip an alien off does so simply by ''turning around to address him''.)
18th Jan '17 6:12:21 AM Morgenthaler
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* Several examples from the CthulhuMythos:

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* Several examples from the CthulhuMythos:Franchise/CthulhuMythos:
30th Dec '16 5:09:15 PM nombretomado
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* To continue the Creator/DCComics' connection from above, ''DCUniverseOnline'' also has Trigon and his minions. The Teen Titans each play their part in one version of the story.
* The [[{{Main/Mooks}} Tyhrranoids]] of ''VideoGame/RatchetAndClankUpYourArsenal'' have varying numbers of eyes [[EyeOnAStalk on tall stalks]] as their main features. The number of eyes denotes how strong they are. While some of them have [[{{Main/Cyclops}} one]] or two eyes (who appear as CannonFodder and mech/saucer pilots, respectively), three-eyed 'Noids are tough ground troops, and four-eyed 'Noids are even ''[[DemonicSpiders tougher]]'' and are implied to be field commanders. Finally, there's the [[KingMook Big Momma Tyhrranoid]], who has ''nine'' eyes.

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* To continue the Creator/DCComics' connection from above, ''DCUniverseOnline'' ''VideoGame/DCUniverseOnline'' also has Trigon and his minions. The Teen Titans each play their part in one version of the story.
* The [[{{Main/Mooks}} [[{{Mooks}} Tyhrranoids]] of ''VideoGame/RatchetAndClankUpYourArsenal'' have varying numbers of eyes [[EyeOnAStalk on tall stalks]] as their main features. The number of eyes denotes how strong they are. While some of them have [[{{Main/Cyclops}} one]] or two eyes (who appear as CannonFodder and mech/saucer pilots, respectively), three-eyed 'Noids are tough ground troops, and four-eyed 'Noids are even ''[[DemonicSpiders tougher]]'' and are implied to be field commanders. Finally, there's the [[KingMook Big Momma Tyhrranoid]], who has ''nine'' eyes.
22nd Dec '16 6:06:05 AM JustTroper
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Contrast EyelessFace, where it's the ''lack'' of eyes that's freaky, or {{Cyclops}}, for a creature with a single eye. A SisterTrope to EyesDoNotBelongThere, as the extra eyes have to go somewhere, and not always the usual places. Supertrope to ThirdEye.

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Contrast EyelessFace, where it's the ''lack'' of eyes that's freaky, or {{Cyclops}}, for a creature with a single eye. A SisterTrope to EyesDoNotBelongThere, as the extra eyes have to go somewhere, and not always the usual places. Supertrope to ThirdEye.
ThirdEye. Also compare and contrast ExtraDigits, which is a subtle and not immediately noticeable physical deformity.
14th Dec '16 2:21:46 PM Aggron9988
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* The shadowbeast from ''Webcomic/ChampionsOfFaraus''.It has three eyes on each side of its head, so six in all.
3rd Dec '16 4:47:19 AM Morgenthaler
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* Kishin Asura, the BigBad of ''Manga/SoulEater'', has black hair patterned with white to look like eyes, has a third eye on his forehead, and [[RuleOfCool has another pair of eyes where]] [[BadAss his pupils should be.]]

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* Kishin Asura, the BigBad of ''Manga/SoulEater'', has black hair patterned with white to look like eyes, has a third eye on his forehead, and [[RuleOfCool has another pair of eyes where]] [[BadAss where his pupils should be.]]
19th Oct '16 1:46:05 AM Tron80
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* Eye-ful Ethel, an Earth native rejected from the ''ComicBook/{{Legion of Super-Heroes}}''.

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* Eye-ful Ethel, an Earth native rejected from the ''ComicBook/{{Legion ''ComicBook/LegionOfSuperHeroes''.
* In Comicbook/{{Supergirl}} storyline ''Comicbook/ManyHappyReturns'', [[EldritchAbomination The Fatalist]] has a row
of Super-Heroes}}''.eyes running from his forehead to the nape of his neck.
12th Oct '16 8:17:41 PM MagnusForce
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** Also, the Gibbering Mouther, a monster that's essentially a gelatinous mass covered with eyes and mouths.

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** Also, the Gibbering Mouther, a monster that's essentially a gelatinous mass covered with eyes and constantly jabbering mouths.



** The Umber Hulk monster has four eyes, two of which can cause confusion in an observer.
*** 1st Edition ''Monster Manual'' artwork actually played this off well, portraying the creature in such a way that the viewer's attention repeatedly moves from its insectile outer pair of eyes to its human-like inner pair, switching back and forth in a vain attempt to "meet its gaze". Confusion, indeed, much like an optical illusion.

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** The Umber Hulk monster (think a hybrid of a stag beetle and a gorilla) has four eyes, two of which can cause confusion in an observer.
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observer. The 1st Edition ''Monster Manual'' artwork actually played this off well, portraying the creature in such a way that the viewer's attention repeatedly moves from its insectile outer pair of eyes to its human-like inner pair, switching back and forth in a vain attempt to "meet its gaze". Confusion, indeed, much like an optical illusion.



** In the setting on which [[FarseerLolotea this troper]] has been at work for some time, the "[[FiveRaces Stouts]]" have three eyes.



* ''Toys/{{Bionicle}}'', for all its crazy-looking characters, doesn't have many examples to offer. There is Kalmah, the [[EverythingsSquishierWithCephalopods squid]]-[[AnimalMotifs inspired]] Barraki warlord, who has a third eye on his forehead. Though he can't use it, as Pridak blinded it.
** By ''[[EyeScream stabbing it to the point of not working anymore]]'' in a dispute.

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* ''Toys/{{Bionicle}}'', for all its crazy-looking characters, doesn't have many examples to offer. There is Kalmah, the [[EverythingsSquishierWithCephalopods squid]]-[[AnimalMotifs inspired]] Barraki warlord, who has a third eye on his forehead. Though he can't use it, as Pridak blinded it.
** By
it by ''[[EyeScream stabbing it to the point of not working anymore]]'' in a dispute.
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