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29th May '16 4:09:45 PM Hjortron18
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* Buck the weasel in ''WesternAnimation/IceAge3DawnOfTheDinosaurs'' movie, although more CloudCuckoolander ("And now let me tell you about the time I used a sharpened clamshell to turn a T-Rex... into a T-Rachel!") than badass.

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* Buck the weasel in ''WesternAnimation/IceAge3DawnOfTheDinosaurs'' movie, although more CloudCuckoolander ("And now let me tell you about the time I used a sharpened clamshell to [[GroinAttack turn a T-Rex... into a T-Rachel!") T-Rachel]]!") than badass.
28th May '16 10:49:40 AM Magyars
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* ''Franchise/FireEmblem'' has Lorenz ([[VideoGame/FireEmblemAkaneia first and third games]]), Haar ([[VideoGame/FireEmblemTellius ninth and tenth games]]) and Basilio ([[VideoGame/FireEmblemAwakening thirteenth game]]). Nailah (tenth game) and Malice ([[VideoGame/FireEmblemAkaneia third and twelfth games]]) use various strips of cloth. Interestingly enough, there have been no bad guys with an eyepatch.

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* ''Franchise/FireEmblem'' has Lorenz ([[VideoGame/FireEmblemAkaneia first and third games]]), Haar ([[VideoGame/FireEmblemTellius ninth and tenth games]]) and Basilio ([[VideoGame/FireEmblemAwakening thirteenth game]]). Nailah (tenth game) and Malice ([[VideoGame/FireEmblemAkaneia third and twelfth games]]) use various strips of cloth. Interestingly enough, there have been no bad guys with an eyepatch.



** ''VideoGame/FireEmblemAwakening'''s Basilio sports one as well. It's also possible to give a build 2 Female Avatar one.
27th May '16 3:16:15 PM TheOneWhoTropes
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* In the ''SpinCity'' episode "Grand Illusion", bumbling press secretary Paul Lassiter (Richard Kind) is forced to wear an eyepatch for several days because of an accident with his new toaster. Almost immediately, it starts taking effect: Women start finding him attractive, he's able to hold his own with the people who insult him, he makes sure the press have no questions at all, and is even able to order his boss around a little. At the end of the episode, he decides he doesn't need the eyepatch in order to be confident, and pitches it. Needless to say, it doesn't go as planned, and he ends up trying to find it again.

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* In the ''SpinCity'' ''Series/SpinCity'' episode "Grand Illusion", bumbling press secretary Paul Lassiter (Richard Kind) is forced to wear an eyepatch for several days because of an accident with his new toaster. Almost immediately, it starts taking effect: Women start finding him attractive, he's able to hold his own with the people who insult him, he makes sure the press have no questions at all, and is even able to order his boss around a little. At the end of the episode, he decides he doesn't need the eyepatch in order to be confident, and pitches it. Needless to say, it doesn't go as planned, and he ends up trying to find it again.
19th May '16 3:30:45 PM Hjortron18
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* Buck the weasel in the third ''WesternAnimation/IceAge'' movie, although more CloudCuckoolander ("And now let me tell you about the time I used a sharpened clamshell to turn a T-Rex... into a T-Rachel!") than badass.

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* Buck the weasel in the third ''WesternAnimation/IceAge'' ''WesternAnimation/IceAge3DawnOfTheDinosaurs'' movie, although more CloudCuckoolander ("And now let me tell you about the time I used a sharpened clamshell to turn a T-Rex... into a T-Rachel!") than badass.
12th May '16 6:15:07 AM erraticegomania
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* Sylvester in ''Literature/{{Twig}} loses an eye to the Baron Richmond, and sports an eyepatch until he gets it replaced. When he runs into the Baron again, though, he puts the eyepatch back on to disguise that [[EyeScream he's filled his eye with massive amounts of poison so he can squirt it at people as a one-use weapon.]]

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* Sylvester in ''Literature/{{Twig}} ''Literature/{{Twig}}'' loses an eye to the Baron Richmond, and sports an eyepatch until he gets it replaced. When he runs into the Baron again, though, he puts the eyepatch back on to disguise that [[EyeScream he's filled his eye with massive amounts of poison so he can squirt it at people as a one-use weapon.]]
12th May '16 6:14:41 AM erraticegomania
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* Sylvester in ''Literature/{{Twig}} loses an eye to the Baron Richmond, and sports an eyepatch until he gets it replaced. When he runs into the Baron again, though, he puts the eyepatch back on to disguise that [[EyeScream he's filled his eye with massive amounts of poison so he can squirt it at people as a one-use weapon.]]
11th May '16 7:33:50 AM JackG
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* Jerry Ahern (aka Axel Kilgore) wrote an ActionAdventure series ''They Call Me The Mercenary''. The title character Hank Frost wore an eyepatch, and a RunningGag involved him providing a different [[TallTales and highly implausible]] explanation every time someone asked how he lost his eye.

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* Jerry Ahern (aka Axel Kilgore) wrote an ActionAdventure series ''They Call Me The Mercenary''. The title character Hank Frost wore an eyepatch, and a RunningGag involved him providing a different [[TallTales [[UnreliableNarrator different]] and [[TallTale highly implausible]] explanation every time someone asked how he lost his eye.
11th May '16 7:32:43 AM JackG
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* Jerry Ahern (aka Axel Kilgore) wrote an ActionAdventure series ''They Call Me The Mercenary''. The title character Hank Frost wore an eyepatch, and a RunningGag involved him providing a different [[TallTales and highly implausible]] explanation every time someone asked how he lost his eye.
10th May '16 2:43:30 PM Morgenthaler
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* Interesting example from the ''EmpireEarth'' opening movie. You see four warriors in four dramatically different epochs (stone age, British imperial age, second world war and the future). The stone age warrior has a white (blind) left eye, the imperial sea-captain has a cloth in front of his, the WWII commander has a standard black eyepatch and the futuristic warrior has a cyborg left eye.

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* Interesting example from the ''EmpireEarth'' ''VideoGame/EmpireEarth'' opening movie. You see four warriors in four dramatically different epochs (stone age, British imperial age, second world war and the future). The stone age warrior has a white (blind) left eye, the imperial sea-captain has a cloth in front of his, the WWII commander has a standard black eyepatch and the futuristic warrior has a cyborg left eye.
5th May '16 5:15:06 PM kazokuhouou
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** ''VideoGame/FireEmblemFates's'' Niles is a very cynical AntiHero, and wears a rather cool blue eyepatch with a star on it. It's also possible to give the Avatar one, no matter the build or gender this time.

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** ''VideoGame/FireEmblemFates's'' Niles is a very cynical AntiHero, and wears a rather cool blue eyepatch with a star on it. It's also possible to give the Avatar one, no matter the build or gender this time. There's also the 'Cross Eyepatch' accessory one can buy and give to anyone in the party, but in this case it's simply for RuleOfCool rather than necessity.
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