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14th Jun '18 3:09:39 PM tricksterson
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* Lord Commander Mason Garrilac of ''WebVideo/DeathFromAbove'' sports one. Presumably he lost his eye in battle, being a mech warrior. In one episode where he's piloting a mech and misses terribly he mentions lack of depth perception as the reason.
3rd Jun '18 2:07:41 PM rjd1922
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* In ''VideoGame/YandereSimulator'', while the members of the Occult Club all have something covering one eye, they're considered creepy and aren't played attention to much (and it's possible none of them are actually missing an eye). However, Student Council member Aoi Ryugoku also has an eyepatch, and pulls off this trope much better (case in point, she's the ''enforcer'' of the Student Council). Unlike the Occult Club, she is confirmed to be missing an eye. [[spoiler:It's rumored Student Council President Megami Saiko has something to do with her missing eye but nothing's been proven.]]

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* In ''VideoGame/YandereSimulator'', while the members of the Occult Club all have something covering one eye, they're considered creepy and aren't played attention to much (and it's possible none of them are actually missing an eye). However, Student Council member Aoi Ryugoku also has an eyepatch, and pulls off this trope much better (case in point, she's the ''enforcer'' of the Student Council). Unlike the Occult Club, she is confirmed to be missing an eye. [[spoiler:It's rumored Student Council President Megami Saiko Saikou has something to do with her missing eye but nothing's been proven.]]
28th May '18 4:01:26 PM Lemia
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* Masamune Date from ''VisualNovel/IkemenSengoku'' is a handsome, cocky SpiritedCompetitor who wears an eyepatch over his right eye. He becomes even more badass when you learn the story behind his eyepatch: he lost his eye to smallpox when he was younger and after angsting about it for a while, decided to just cut short his self-pity party by asking one of his subordinates to cut the entire eye out for him. The female main character even thinks that "anything sounds good coming from a man with an eyepatch" in regards to him.
27th Apr '18 11:35:06 PM KOman
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** [[spoiler:Shunsui Kyoraku]] starts using one of these after [[spoiler: a Vandereich]] subjects him to [[spoiler: EyeScream via shooting his eye off. Turns out he was either faking it or managed to regenerate an eye.]]

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** [[spoiler:Shunsui Kyoraku]] starts using one of these after [[spoiler: a Vandereich]] Robert Accutrone]] subjects him to [[spoiler: EyeScream via by shooting his right eye. Every now and then, Kubo mistakenly draws the eye off. Turns out he was either faking it or managed to regenerate an eye.intact.]]
23rd Apr '18 2:32:47 AM Yukianesa
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* ''VideoGame/MonsterHunterWorld'' has the Dragonking Eyepatch, which gives two levels of the extremely strong Weakness Exploit skill and a deceptively high amount of protection. Plus it has this description:
-->"Put this baby on to double your manliness instantly. Ideal for the grittier guys and gals."
22nd Apr '18 7:35:26 AM JackG
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* [[TheDragon Space Commander Travis]] in ''Series/BlakesSeven'' has a skinlike eye patch large enough for the TwoFaced trope to also apply. It's an [[ItsPersonalWithTheDragon injury inflicted by Blake]] in their BackStory, along with the damaged arm that's now been covered into an ArmCannon.

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* [[TheDragon Space Commander Travis]] in ''Series/BlakesSeven'' has a skinlike eye patch large enough for the TwoFaced trope to also apply. It's an [[ItsPersonalWithTheDragon injury inflicted by Blake]] in their BackStory, along with the damaged arm that's now been covered converted into an ArmCannon.
22nd Apr '18 7:34:45 AM JackG
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* Travis in ''Series/BlakesSeven'' has a skinlike eye patch. Plus a laser-firing artificial arm.

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* Travis [[TheDragon Space Commander Travis]] in ''Series/BlakesSeven'' has a skinlike eye patch. Plus a laser-firing artificial arm.patch large enough for the TwoFaced trope to also apply. It's an [[ItsPersonalWithTheDragon injury inflicted by Blake]] in their BackStory, along with the damaged arm that's now been covered into an ArmCannon.
20th Apr '18 8:52:46 AM ElSquibbonator
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* ''Manga/OnePiece'', a manga about ''pirates'', has to date '''averted''' this trope, with not a single eyepatch to be seen despite a length of over 900 chapters. WordOfGod is that the Eyepatch Of Power is being saved for someone special. Considering how incredibly badass and powerful some of the characters we've already met have been, it can only be wondered what kind of person the eyepatched one will be...

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* You'd think ''Manga/OnePiece'', being a manga about ''pirates'', would be all over this trope. But to date, it has to date actually '''averted''' this trope, it, with not a single eyepatch to be seen despite a length of over 900 chapters. WordOfGod is that the Eyepatch Of Power is being saved for someone special. Considering how incredibly badass and powerful some of the characters we've already met have been, it can only be wondered what kind of person the eyepatched one will be...
17th Apr '18 8:06:56 PM SamCurt
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* In ''Manga/ComicGirls'', TheHero of [[SequentialArtist Tsubasa]]'s {{shonen}} manga is a traditional hero wearing this and BadassCape. Tsubasa herself sometimes wear both when she acts him out for story writing.
3rd Apr '18 2:38:07 AM MarioKong
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* ''Manga/OnePiece'', a manga about ''pirates'', has to date '''averted''' this trope, with not a single eyepatch to be seen despite a length of over 720 chapters. WordOfGod is that the Eyepatch Of Power is being saved for someone special. Considering how incredibly badass and powerful some of the characters we've already met have been, it can only be wondered what kind of person the eyepatched one will be...

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* ''Manga/OnePiece'', a manga about ''pirates'', has to date '''averted''' this trope, with not a single eyepatch to be seen despite a length of over 720 900 chapters. WordOfGod is that the Eyepatch Of Power is being saved for someone special. Considering how incredibly badass and powerful some of the characters we've already met have been, it can only be wondered what kind of person the eyepatched one will be...
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