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2nd Dec '17 9:11:35 AM SgtFrog1
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** And it's almost always Ruby, partially because of the contrast it makes with her sweet, (mostly) innocent personality, partially because her eyes are explicitly said to be special in some way (we see exactly how special they are in the Volume 3 finale, when she pretty much [[AngstNuke angst-nukes]] a Grimm Dragon after [[spoiler: witnessing Cinder kill Pyrrha]].)
15th Nov '17 9:53:46 AM BuddyChumPal
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* It's a common trend in RWBY fandom to give adult iterations of Ruby Rose an eyepatch, especially after Volume 4 where a villain expressed desire to initiate EyeScream on her.
17th Sep '17 12:55:48 PM nombretomado
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* [[spoiler:Asuka]] gained one for ''[[Anime/RebuildOfEvangelion Evangelion 3.0]]'', [[spoiler:which takes place 14 years after ''2.0'']]. Mildly played with, in that we ''probably'' saw her lose the eye in ''2.0'', but before the TimeSkip she was shown with [[BandageBabe a whole load of bandages over that side of her face]] instead of the EyepatchOfPower she sports afterwards. ([[TropesAreFlexible Close enough.]]) [[spoiler: Then again, one scene hints [[GlowingEyes she still has the eye.]]]]

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* [[spoiler:Asuka]] gained one for ''[[Anime/RebuildOfEvangelion Evangelion 3.0]]'', [[spoiler:which takes place 14 years after ''2.0'']]. Mildly played with, in that we ''probably'' saw her lose the eye in ''2.0'', but before the TimeSkip she was shown with [[BandageBabe a whole load of bandages over that side of her face]] instead of the EyepatchOfPower she sports afterwards. ([[TropesAreFlexible ([[Administrivia/TropesAreFlexible Close enough.]]) [[spoiler: Then again, one scene hints [[GlowingEyes she still has the eye.]]]]
23rd Apr '17 12:43:00 PM nombretomado
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* In the ''TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles2003'' series, Donatello is transported to a BadFuture in "Same As It Never Was." Among the changes are (as you might've guessed), Raphael missing an eye and wearing a patch as an intentional nod to the comics.

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* In the ''TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles2003'' ''WesternAnimation/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles2003'' series, Donatello is transported to a BadFuture in "Same As It Never Was." Among the changes are (as you might've guessed), Raphael missing an eye and wearing a patch as an intentional nod to the comics.
16th Mar '17 9:56:07 AM nombretomado
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* Over the chronological time skip between MyChemicalRomance's music video for [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=egG7fiE89IU "Na Na Na"]] and their music video for [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hTgnDLWeeaM "SING"]], the character Jet Star gained an eyespatch.

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* Over the chronological time skip between MyChemicalRomance's Music/MyChemicalRomance's music video for [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=egG7fiE89IU "Na Na Na"]] and their music video for [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hTgnDLWeeaM "SING"]], the character Jet Star gained an eyespatch.
12th Mar '17 8:33:12 PM AthenaBlue
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* In the original 1992-3 airings of ''[[Series/YoungIndianaJones The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles]]'', there were [[FramingDevice opening and closing bookends]] set in the present day (that is, the 1990s). These featured a wizened 93-year-old Franchise/IndianaJones (played by George Hall), who sported a patch over his right eye, and a pair of glasses over the eyepatch. He also had a long vertical facial scar trailing out from under the patch. No explanation was ever offered for how Indy had lost an eye. The "time skip" element comes into play because Creator/HarrisonFord's Indy of course still has both eyes in the film series, set in the 1930s. These contemporary bookends were later all cut out when [[ReCut George Lucas re-edited the show]] into ''The Adventures of Young Indiana Jones'' in the later part of the decade.
* In the ''Franchise/BattlestarGalactica'' reimagining, Saul Tigh loses his right eye to the Cylons some time during their 4 month occupation of New Caprica.
* In ''Series/BabylonFive'', Sheridan's brief visit to the future in season 3 gives the viewer a glimpse of G'kar, who has for some reason lost his right eye. After Sheridan returns to the present, later seasons show how it happens.



* In ''Series/DoctorWho'', [[spoiler: Amy Pond]] and her army appear with them after time goes [[TimeyWimeyBall wibbly-wobbly]]. Subverted in that they all have two working eyes; the patches contain tech which allows them to "remember" the Silence.

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* In ''Series/DoctorWho'', ''Series/BabylonFive'', Sheridan's brief visit to the future in season 3 gives the viewer a glimpse of G'kar, who has for some reason lost his right eye. After Sheridan returns to the present, later seasons show how it happens.
* In the ''Franchise/BattlestarGalactica'' reimagining, Saul Tigh loses his right eye to the Cylons some time during their 4 month occupation of New Caprica.
* ''Series/DoctorWho''" In [[Recap/DoctorWhoS32E13TheWeddingOfRiverSong "The Wedding of River Song"]]
[[spoiler: Amy Pond]] and her army appear with them after time goes [[TimeyWimeyBall wibbly-wobbly]]. Subverted in that they all have two working eyes; the patches contain tech which allows them to "remember" the Silence.


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* In the original 1992-3 airings of ''[[Series/YoungIndianaJones The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles]]'', there were [[FramingDevice opening and closing bookends]] set in the present day (that is, the 1990s). These featured a wizened 93-year-old Franchise/IndianaJones (played by George Hall), who sported a patch over his right eye, and a pair of glasses over the eyepatch. He also had a long vertical facial scar trailing out from under the patch. No explanation was ever offered for how Indy had lost an eye. The "time skip" element comes into play because Creator/HarrisonFord's Indy of course still has both eyes in the film series, set in the 1930s. These contemporary bookends were later all cut out when [[ReCut George Lucas re-edited the show]] into ''The Adventures of Young Indiana Jones'' in the later part of the decade.
9th Mar '17 1:52:55 PM Wyldchyld
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* in ''WebAnimation/{{RWBY}}'', Cinder Fall is depicted lacking her left eye and thus wearing an eyepatch starting after the time skip between the 3rd and 4th seasons. This is explained as being a consequence of the mysterious technique Ruby unlocked at the end of season 3.
9th Mar '17 2:14:23 AM Soarel
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* in ''WebAnimation/RWBY'', Cinder Fall loses an eye at the end of the 3rd season, and thus begins wearing an eyepatch starting after the time skip in season 4.

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* in ''WebAnimation/RWBY'', ''WebAnimation/{{RWBY}}'', Cinder Fall loses an is depicted lacking her left eye at the end of the 3rd season, and thus begins wearing an eyepatch starting after the time skip in between the 3rd and 4th seasons. This is explained as being a consequence of the mysterious technique Ruby unlocked at the end of season 4.3.
9th Mar '17 2:12:38 AM Soarel
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* in [[RWBY]], Cinder Fall loses an eye at the end of the 3rd season, and thus begins wearing an eyepatch starting after the time skip in season 4.

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* in [[RWBY]], ''WebAnimation/RWBY'', Cinder Fall loses an eye at the end of the 3rd season, and thus begins wearing an eyepatch starting after the time skip in season 4.
9th Mar '17 2:12:11 AM Soarel
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* in [[RWBY]], Cinder Fall loses an eye at the end of the 3rd season, and thus begins wearing an eyepatch starting after the time skip in season 4.
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