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9th Jan '16 6:03:59 PM toanovu13
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* In ''Webcomic/{{Runewriters}}'', Jonan has done this to people as a punishment for trespassing on his lands. He does this by "healing" their eyelids shut.
18th Dec '15 2:32:29 PM electricbees
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[[caption-width-right:316:...does he even know what he's doing?]]
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[[caption-width-right:316:...[[ComicallyMissingThePoint does he even know what he's doing?]] doing?]]]]
14th Nov '15 3:54:04 PM nombretomado
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Compare with HiddenEyes, which is a temporary, metaphorical implementation of this. Contrast ExtraEyes, where the character in question has too many eyes. Related to TheBlank. And if something doesn't have eyes on their face, they may have them [[EyesDoNotBelongThere somewhere else]]. Not to be confused with [[RobLiefeld Young]][[ClintSquint blood's]] [[WebVideo/AtopTheFourthWall disease]]. Justified if BizarreAlienSenses are used in place of vision.
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Compare with HiddenEyes, which is a temporary, metaphorical implementation of this. Contrast ExtraEyes, where the character in question has too many eyes. Related to TheBlank. And if something doesn't have eyes on their face, they may have them [[EyesDoNotBelongThere somewhere else]]. Not to be confused with [[RobLiefeld [[Creator/RobLiefeld Young]][[ClintSquint blood's]] [[WebVideo/AtopTheFourthWall disease]]. Justified if BizarreAlienSenses are used in place of vision.
29th Oct '15 7:11:06 AM bwburke94
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Namespacing Playstation
* ''VideoGame/MetalGearSolid'' on the PlaystationOne, due to technical limitations.
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* ''VideoGame/MetalGearSolid'' on the PlaystationOne, UsefulNotes/PlayStation, due to technical limitations.
10th Sep '15 5:22:00 PM RainFairy
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** A (not necessarily easy to believe) story featured in a '''very''' old issue of the Mexican magazine "Semanario de lo Insólito" was about a boy named Ivan, who lived in the post-WorldWarOne Eastern Europe and suffered of this condition. The illustrations showed him as a normal kid... but with empty eye sockets.
19th Aug '15 2:14:13 PM Xelloss08
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* In ''Literature/TheFolkKeeper'', Old Francis says of the beings beneath Marblehaugh Park, "the Folk are mostly mouth". Corinna later encounters one and sees that its face is indeed mostly taken up by a large mouth, with no eyes.
18th Jul '15 4:56:56 AM StFan
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* A technique used frequently in {{Visual Novel}}s, especially {{H-Game}}s. The main protagonist will usually not have an actual visual design in order to make it easier for the player to imagine themselves as that role. If the protagonist absolutely needs to be depicted in a scene, they'll be drawn without eyes so that their face appears featureless. It often just ends up creepy. Some games use HiddenEyes instead - for example, Ibuki from ''Let's Meow Meow'', whose hair hangs over his eyes.
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* A technique used frequently in {{Visual Novel}}s, especially {{H-Game}}s.[[HGame H-Games]]. The main protagonist will usually not have an actual visual design in order to make it easier for the player to imagine themselves as that role. If the protagonist absolutely needs to be depicted in a scene, they'll be drawn without eyes so that their face appears featureless. It often just ends up creepy. Some games use HiddenEyes instead - for example, Ibuki from ''Let's Meow Meow'', whose hair hangs over his eyes.
14th Jul '15 5:50:14 PM Nightsky
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* Lissener, the BlindSeer in ''Literature/RiddleyWalker''.
27th May '15 12:08:06 PM SharleeD
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** Similar birth defects occur among many domesticated animals. In commercial livestock it's usually grounds for euthanasia, but pets born without eyes can often find loving homes with caregivers who don't mind a "special needs" animal; if the pet is of a species that doesn't much depend on eyesight, such as a rat or mouse, it may not even require accommodations for its blindness.
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** Similar birth defects occur among many domesticated animals. In commercial livestock it's usually grounds for euthanasia, but pets born without eyes can often find loving homes with caregivers who don't mind a "special needs" animal; if animal. If the pet is of a species that doesn't much depend on eyesight, such as a rat or mouse, it may not even require accommodations for its blindness.
27th May '15 12:07:20 PM SharleeD
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** Similar birth defects occur among many domesticated animals. In commercial livestock it's usually grounds for euthanasia, but pets born without eyes can often find loving homes with caregivers who don't mind a "special needs" animal; if the pet is of a species that doesn't much depend on eyesight, such as a rat or mouse, it may not even require accommodations for its blindness.
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