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26th May '18 4:30:28 PM Gamermaster
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* Cinder Fall, the current main villian of ''WebAnimation/{{RWBY}}'', manifests these when using her powers, which are themselves fire based.

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* Cinder Fall, Whenever one of the current main villian of ''WebAnimation/{{RWBY}}'', manifests these when using her powers, which are themselves fire based.four maidens in ''WebAnimation/{{RWBY}}'' use their power, flames form around their eyes.
22nd May '18 10:51:51 PM Theriocephalus
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* ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'' (strangely enough) has Marge get these in the episode "Some Enchanted Evening" while impatiently waiting for Homer to come home as Dr. Marvin Monroe's advice to leave him goes through her head.

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* ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'' (strangely enough) has Marge get these in the episode "Some "[[Recap/TheSimpsonsS1E13SomeEnchantedEvening Some Enchanted Evening" Evening]]" while impatiently waiting for Homer to come home as Dr. Marvin Monroe's advice to leave him goes through her head.
22nd May '18 10:50:59 PM Theriocephalus
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* Two examples from the ''Literature/{{Percy Jackson|and the Olympians}}'' series. Ares, god of war, has creepy flaming eyes because he's a representation of violence and rage; he normally wears sunglasses to cover them up. Hestia also has flames for eyes, but hers are described as much warmer and less creepy; since she's goddess of the hearth, the literal "home fires," this makes sense.
** We later get a third example when we meet Hyperion, who has eyes like the sun itself. Fitting, since he is Titan of Light itself.
* In the {{Literature/Nightside}} series, Merlin [[spoiler: Satanspawn]] has no actual eyeballs, instead having flames in their place. Whenever he appears, John mentions that they say he has his father's eyes...
* Ba'alzamon in ''Literature/TheWheelOfTime'' has fire appear in his eyes and mouth at random intervals. A side effect of overuse of [[TheDarkSide the True Power]].

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* Two examples from the ''Literature/{{Percy Jackson|and the Olympians}}'' series. ''Literature/PercyJacksonAndTheOlympians'':
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Ares, god of war, has creepy flaming eyes like miniature nuclear explosions because he's a representation of violence violence, war and rage; he normally wears sunglasses to cover them up. Hestia up.
** Hestia, the goddess of the hearth fire and the home,
also has flames for eyes, but hers are described as much warmer and less creepy; since she's goddess of the hearth, the literal "home fires," this makes sense.
creepy.
** We later get a third example when we meet Hyperion, who WeThe titan Hyperion has eyes like the sun Sun itself. Fitting, since he is Titan of Light itself.
and the original ruler of the Sun.
* In the {{Literature/Nightside}} Literature/{{Nightside}} series, Merlin [[spoiler: Satanspawn]] has no actual eyeballs, instead having flames in their place. Whenever he appears, John mentions that they say he has his father's eyes...
* Ba'alzamon in ''Literature/TheWheelOfTime'' has fire appear in his eyes and mouth at random intervals. A intervals, as a side effect of overuse of [[TheDarkSide the True Power]].



* ''Discworld/TheWeeFreeMen'', Tiffany runs into grimhounds, which have fiery eyes and razors for teeth. She manages to defeat a group of them by luring them out of the Queen's realm, which leads to [[RealityEnsues exactly what you expect would happen if an animal actually had flaming eyeballs]].

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* ''Discworld/TheWeeFreeMen'', ''Discworld/TheWeeFreeMen'': Early on, Tiffany runs into grimhounds, [[{{Hellhound}} grimhounds]], which have fiery eyes and razors for teeth. She manages to defeat a group of them by luring them out of the Queen's realm, which leads to [[RealityEnsues exactly what you expect would happen if an animal actually had flaming eyeballs]].



* Prier in ''VideoGame/LaPucelle Tactics''.

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* %%* Prier in ''VideoGame/LaPucelle Tactics''.



--->'''Numbuh 86!''' '''''[[BerserkButton TOOOOOOOTS!?!?!?]]'''''

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--->'''Numbuh 86!''' '''''[[BerserkButton TOOOOOOOTS!?!?!?]]'''''TOOOOOOOTS?]]'''''



* In one episode of ''WesternAnimation/{{Kaeloo}}'', this happens to Kaeloo when Mr. Cat makes fun of her [[SpeechImpediment lisp]].
** In the episode "Let's Play Trap-Trap", this happens to Quack Quack several times over the course of the episode since he's being deprived of yogurt by Kaeloo, which is making him angry [[spoiler: and slowly driving him insane.]]

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* * ''WesternAnimation/{{Kaeloo}}'':
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In one episode of ''WesternAnimation/{{Kaeloo}}'', episode, this happens to Kaeloo when Mr. Cat makes fun of her [[SpeechImpediment lisp]].
** In the episode "Let's Play Trap-Trap", this happens to Quack Quack several times over the course of the episode since he's being deprived of yogurt by Kaeloo, which is making him angry [[spoiler: and slowly driving him insane.]]
31st Mar '18 6:52:22 PM EmanresuModnar
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** In the episode "Let's Play Trap-Trap", this happens to Quack Quack several times over the course of the episode since he's being deprived of yogurt by Kaeloo, which is making him angry [[spoiler: and slowly driving him insane.]]
20th Feb '18 4:03:38 PM mistking666
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** In [[Legion]], you can create a Demon Hunter with the traditional blindfold, or you can forgo the blindfold and let the world see [[BodyHorror the felfire burning in otherwise hollow eye sockets]].

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** In [[Legion]], ''Legion'', you can create a Demon Hunter with the traditional blindfold, or you can forgo the blindfold and let the world see [[BodyHorror the felfire burning in otherwise hollow eye sockets]].
20th Feb '18 4:03:05 PM mistking666
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** In [[Legion]], you can create a Demon Hunter with the traditional blindfold, or you can forgo the blindfold and let the world see [[BodyHorror the felfire burning in otherwise hollow eye sockets]].
24th Jan '18 12:25:28 AM Cryoclaste
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* Though not seen clearly, Illidan's eyes in ''WorldOfWarcraft'' were burned out and replaced with flames as part of Sargeras' "gift". They are hidden by a blindfold, though the glow can still be seen.

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* Though not seen clearly, Illidan's eyes in ''WorldOfWarcraft'' ''VideoGame/WorldOfWarcraft'' were burned out and replaced with flames as part of Sargeras' "gift". They are hidden by a blindfold, though the glow can still be seen.
29th Nov '17 4:24:18 PM Shishkahuben
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* Johnny Joestar, protagonist of the seventh part of ''Franchise/JoJosBizarreAdventure,'' has a "dark determination" to his eyes when he can't afford to lose at any cost, which is represented as black fire clouding his pupils. His AlternateUniverse self, Jonathan Joestar, demonstrates the same trait in the [[http://i.imgur.com/GIhQnwZ.jpg opening]] of the Phantom Blood anime adaptation.
1st Nov '17 7:28:02 AM DragonQuestZ
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Compare GlowingEyes, HellishPupils, WingdingEyes, BurningWithAnger.

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Compare GlowingEyes, HellishPupils, WingdingEyes, BurningWithAnger.
BurningWithAnger, InfernalBackground.



8th Oct '17 11:46:01 PM HotScorpion
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** In "For Bros About to Rock", Lincoln did this when Luna inadvertently embarrassed him in public by [[ShipperOnDeck pairing him with a girl who happened to be there]]. He also managed to melt the ice that was in his pants at that time.
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