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6th May '17 6:29:15 AM CaptainTedium
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* Early in the late-to-mid 90's Image run of the ''Comicbook/{{Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles|Mirage}}'' comic, Raphael has half his face shot off by the Foot Clan and spends the rest of the run resembling [[ComicBook/TwoFace Two-Face]].

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* Early in the late-to-mid mid-to-late 90's Image Comics run of the ''Comicbook/{{Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles|Mirage}}'' comic, Raphael has half his face shot off by the Foot Clan and spends the rest of the run resembling [[ComicBook/TwoFace Two-Face]].
6th May '17 6:28:30 AM CaptainTedium
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* Early in the early-2000s Image run of the ''Comicbook/{{Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles|Mirage}}'' comic, Raphael has half his face shot off by the Foot Clan and spends the rest of the run resembling [[ComicBook/TwoFace Two-Face]].

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* Early in the early-2000s late-to-mid 90's Image run of the ''Comicbook/{{Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles|Mirage}}'' comic, Raphael has half his face shot off by the Foot Clan and spends the rest of the run resembling [[ComicBook/TwoFace Two-Face]].
29th Apr '17 10:13:15 AM Miracle@StOlaf
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* Slugworth in ''Film/WillyWonkaAndTheChocolateFactory'' has a facial scar to compliment his VillainousCheekbones. [[spoiler: Of course, he's eventually revealed to be a good guy who works for Wonka, and tempted the kids as a SecretTestOfCharacter.]]

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* Slugworth in ''Film/WillyWonkaAndTheChocolateFactory'' has a facial scar to compliment his VillainousCheekbones. [[spoiler: Of course, he's eventually revealed to not be the real Mr. Slugworth, but rather a good guy who works for Wonka, Wonka and tempted the kids as a SecretTestOfCharacter.]]
24th Apr '17 9:51:35 PM babyhenchy1
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** The ferocious and morally ambiguous Sandor "the Hound" Clegane sports a hideously burned face, which has haunted all his life and turned him into the rage-filled drunkard he is. People generally see him as an inhuman monster, but he subverts his villain scars by revealing his underlying humanity over the course of the series, especially in comparison to [[AxCrazy his older brother]], who gave him the scars in the first place.

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** The ferocious and morally ambiguous Sandor "the Hound" Clegane sports a hideously burned face, which has haunted all his life and turned him into the rage-filled drunkard he is. People generally see him as an inhuman monster, but he subverts his villain scars by revealing his underlying humanity over the course of the series, especially [[ALighterShadeOfBlack especially]] in comparison to [[AxCrazy his older brother]], who gave him the scars in the first place.
24th Apr '17 9:51:10 PM babyhenchy1
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** The ferocious and morally ambiguous Sandor "the Hound" Clegane sports a hideously burned face, which has haunted all his life and turned him into the rage-filled drunkard he is. People generally see him as an inhuman monster, but he subverts his villain scars by revealing his underlying humanity over the course of the series.

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** The ferocious and morally ambiguous Sandor "the Hound" Clegane sports a hideously burned face, which has haunted all his life and turned him into the rage-filled drunkard he is. People generally see him as an inhuman monster, but he subverts his villain scars by revealing his underlying humanity over the course of the series.series, especially in comparison to [[AxCrazy his older brother]], who gave him the scars in the first place.
24th Apr '17 12:49:02 PM gb00393
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** Jon has some photogenic talon scars around his eyes, befitting his status as a sympathetic action hero, which he receives near the end of Season 3. After he canít bring himself to kill an old man to prove his loyalty to the Wildlings, they become suspicious and a fight between Jon and the Wildlings ensues, during which Jon and Wildling warg Orell battle in a fight-to-the-death, which ends when Jon literally and figuratively twists the knife (revealing he was loyal to the Nightís Watch all along) upon stabbing Orwell. Orellís eagle, warged by Orwell, proceeds to claw and peck Jon's face and attempts (but fails) to take an eye.

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** Jon has some photogenic talon scars around his eyes, befitting his status as a sympathetic action hero, which he receives near Near the end of Season 3. After he 3, after Jon canít bring himself to kill an old man to prove his loyalty to the Wildlings, they become suspicious and a fight between Jon and the Wildlings ensues, during which Jon and Wildling warg Orell battle in a fight-to-the-death, which ends when Jon literally and figuratively twists the knife (revealing he was loyal to the Nightís Watch all along) upon stabbing Orwell. Orellís eagle, warged by Orwell, proceeds to claw and peck Jon's face and attempts (but fails) to take an eye. This leaves Jon with some photogenic talon scars around his eyes, befitting his status as a sympathetic action hero.


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** Brienne ends up inverting this after Locke's bear leaves her with a nasty-looking set of massive claw scars on her neck.
22nd Apr '17 4:24:48 PM Miracle@StOlaf
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* Slugworth in ''Film/WillyWonkaAndTheChocolateFactory'' has a facial scar to compliment his VillainousCheekbones.

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* Slugworth in ''Film/WillyWonkaAndTheChocolateFactory'' has a facial scar to compliment his VillainousCheekbones. [[spoiler: Of course, he's eventually revealed to be a good guy who works for Wonka, and tempted the kids as a SecretTestOfCharacter.]]
22nd Apr '17 3:44:37 PM VanHohenheimOfXerxes
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* In ''Film/{{The Phantom|1996}}'', TheDragon Quill has a scar on his cheek in the shape of the Phantom's skull ring, from where the previous Phantom punched him.

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* In ''Film/{{The Phantom|1996}}'', Phantom1996}}'', TheDragon Quill has a scar on his cheek in the shape of the Phantom's skull ring, from where the previous Phantom punched him.him.
* Slugworth in ''Film/WillyWonkaAndTheChocolateFactory'' has a facial scar to compliment his VillainousCheekbones.
10th Apr '17 11:31:28 AM babyhenchy1
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* Zuko's scar in ''WesternAnimation/AvatarTheLastAirbender'' which functions as both a bad scar (making him appear menacing) and good (showing he has suffered). [[NoGoodDeedGoesUnpunished There's the backstory about why he got it in the first place]]. It is also an interesting study in this trope--earlier in the series, when Zuko is [[CharacterDevelopment worse]], it is thrown into relief more often, making it look worse. It helps here that he starts out wearing a BaldOfEvil, but by far the ugliest part of the scar "just happens" to be under his hair when he grows it out during his quest for redemption.

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* Zuko's scar in ''WesternAnimation/AvatarTheLastAirbender'' which functions as both a bad scar (making him appear menacing) and good (showing he has suffered). [[NoGoodDeedGoesUnpunished There's also the backstory about why he got it in the first place]].place]], throwing in even more ambiguity. It is also an interesting study in this trope--earlier in the series, when Zuko is [[CharacterDevelopment worse]], it is thrown into relief more often, making it look worse. It helps here that he starts out wearing a BaldOfEvil, but by far the ugliest part of the scar "just happens" to be under his hair when he grows it out during his quest for redemption.
10th Apr '17 11:30:53 AM babyhenchy1
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* Zuko's scar in ''WesternAnimation/AvatarTheLastAirbender'' which functions as both a bad scar (making him appear menacing) and good (showing he has suffered). It is also an interesting study in this trope--earlier in the series, when Zuko is [[CharacterDevelopment worse]], it is thrown into relief more often, making it look worse. It helps here that he starts out wearing a BaldOfEvil, but by far the ugliest part of the scar "just happens" to be under his hair when he grows it out during his quest for redemption.

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* Zuko's scar in ''WesternAnimation/AvatarTheLastAirbender'' which functions as both a bad scar (making him appear menacing) and good (showing he has suffered). [[NoGoodDeedGoesUnpunished There's the backstory about why he got it in the first place]]. It is also an interesting study in this trope--earlier in the series, when Zuko is [[CharacterDevelopment worse]], it is thrown into relief more often, making it look worse. It helps here that he starts out wearing a BaldOfEvil, but by far the ugliest part of the scar "just happens" to be under his hair when he grows it out during his quest for redemption.
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