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31st Dec '16 11:55:38 PM Generality
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* The Myrddaal from ''Literature/TheWheelOfTime''.

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* The Myrddaal from ''Literature/TheWheelOfTime''.''Literature/TheWheelOfTime'' have perfectly smooth skin where their eyes should be (and that, like the rest of their body, is pale as if a week dead). Despite this, they can see better than any creature that does possess eyes, especially in the dark.
20th Nov '16 1:09:06 AM Tuckerscreator
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* The Ursa in ''Film/AfterEarth''.

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* The Ursa Ursa, a predatory alien in ''Film/AfterEarth''.''Film/AfterEarth''. Because it cannot see, it hunts by sensing fear from its prey.
13th Nov '16 12:48:37 PM KamenRiderOokalf
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* Many creatures in the ''SilentHill'' series, if they have a face at all. Outside of pre-rendered CGI, all the characters in the original game as well.

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* Many creatures in the ''SilentHill'' ''Franchise/SilentHill'' series, if they have a face at all. Outside of pre-rendered CGI, all the characters in [[VideoGame/SilentHill1 the original game game]] as well.


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27th Oct '16 11:56:52 AM randomtiger
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* A technique used frequently in {{Visual Novel}}s, especially [[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.




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* A technique used frequently in {{Visual Novel}}s, especially [[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.
* The main character in ''VisualNovel/MysticMessenger'' appears in some of the game art, but her eyes are never shown in any cgs. Her bangs don't always cover where the eyes should be... Partially subverted in that one of the default pics you can choose for your avatar has a woman who looks just like the girl in the cgs, but with yellow eyes.
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13th Oct '16 12:40:36 AM JackG
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* ''Escape from the Valley of the Tapes'' is an Australian documentary film about a cult video store suffering financial difficulties, with flashback scenes in the style of a sci-fi BMovie. A businessman (shown as a sinister ManInBlack wearing SunglassesAtNight) is willing to finance the store, until his EvilPlan is revealed -- he wants them to sell Hollywood blockbusters! At this point the owner of the cult video store tears off the man's sunglasses to reveal an eyeless horror, and flees in terror.

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* ''Escape from the Valley of the Tapes'' is an Australian documentary film about a cult video store suffering financial difficulties, with flashback scenes in the style of a sci-fi BMovie. A businessman (shown as a sinister ManInBlack figure wearing SunglassesAtNight) is willing to finance the store, until his EvilPlan is revealed -- he wants them to sell Hollywood blockbusters! At this point the owner of the cult video store tears off the man's sunglasses to reveal an eyeless horror, and flees in terror.
13th Oct '16 12:39:41 AM JackG
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* ''Escape from the Valley of the Tapes'' is an Australian documentary film about a cult video store suffering financial difficulties, with flashback scenes in the style of a sci-fi BMovie. A businessman (shown as a sinister ManInBlack wearing SunglassesAtNight) is willing to finance the store, until his EvilPlan is revealed -- he wants them to sell Hollywood blockbusters! At this point the owner of the cult video store tears off the man's sunglasses to reveal an eyeless horror, and flees in terror.
26th Aug '16 7:29:00 AM Inferus54
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* Many creatures in the ''SilentHill'' series, if they have a face at all. Outside of pre-rendered CGI, all the characters as well.

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* Many creatures in the ''SilentHill'' series, if they have a face at all. Outside of pre-rendered CGI, all the characters in the original game as well.
15th Jul '16 1:31:22 AM PaulA
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* The grim oracles in ''Film/ClashOfTheTitans'' had no eyes, but traded a single crystal between them to see. This is based on the mythical Graeae, or 'Grey Ones'--three women who were born old, with one eye and one tooth between them.

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* The grim oracles in ''Film/ClashOfTheTitans'' ''Film/{{Clash of the Titans|1981}}'' had no eyes, but traded a single crystal between them to see. This is based on the mythical Graeae, or 'Grey Ones'--three women who were born old, with one eye and one tooth between them.
2nd Jul '16 12:05:42 AM DastardlyDemolition
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* The Ohaguro-bettari {{yokai}} from Japan look like pretty women from behind or from the side, but when they turn around all they have is a huge mouth with black teeth. They enjoy scarring the shit out of young and married men for laughs.





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\n* ''VideoGame/YokaiWatch'' has Chatalie and Nagitha. Chatalie, based on the Kuchisake-onna, is a yokai with a fat head and even fatter mouth, forcing those she inspirits to make big claims they cant/won't follow up on. Nagitha, based on the Ohaguro-bettari, nags and complains constantly and so does anyone she inspirits. Both of them look like small imps with huge mouths, large heads with BlindingBangs, and small bodies.

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