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23rd Apr '17 3:04:33 PM nombretomado
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* The ''Franchise/TalesSeries'':

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13th Apr '17 6:10:36 PM nombretomado
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* It seems the [[TheSlenderManMythos Slender Man]] is only seen when he wants to be seen and rarely shows himself to anyone besides his victims. People who don't know about him are usually safe. Thus, even if he were near right now, perhaps even [[RightBehindMe looming over your shoulder]] as you read this, you wouldn't be able to see him.

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* It seems the [[TheSlenderManMythos [[Franchise/TheSlenderManMythos Slender Man]] is only seen when he wants to be seen and rarely shows himself to anyone besides his victims. People who don't know about him are usually safe. Thus, even if he were near right now, perhaps even [[RightBehindMe looming over your shoulder]] as you read this, you wouldn't be able to see him.
10th Apr '17 5:39:31 PM Generality
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** Played with a bit in regards to most magical locations. To keep Muggles from discovering magic, most wizarding locale use some sort of enchantment to keep Muggles from wandering into them, which includes spells to make them look like something else entirely (for instance Hogwarts, which will look like withered ruins to any Muggles that find it), repel them from the areas in question (the Quidditch World Cup's stadium), or to keep them from noticing the spot at all (The Leaky Cauldron). There are also things that even most wizards can't see, such as thestrals (horse-like reptilian beings that are invisible unless you've seen someone die) and any location protected by the Fidelius Charm (which keeps you from seeing a particular location unless you've been told the address by the Secret Keeper).

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** Played with a bit in regards to most magical locations. To keep Muggles from discovering magic, most wizarding locale use some sort of enchantment to keep Muggles from wandering into them, which includes spells to make them look like something else entirely (for instance Hogwarts, which will look like withered ruins to any Muggles that find it), repel them from the areas in question (the Quidditch World Cup's stadium), or to [[PerceptionFilter keep them from noticing the spot at all all]] (The Leaky Cauldron). There are also things that even most wizards can't see, such as thestrals (horse-like reptilian beings that are invisible unless you've seen someone die) and any location protected by the Fidelius Charm (which keeps you from seeing a particular location unless you've been told the address by the Secret Keeper).
10th Apr '17 4:49:55 PM Tibbittz
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* In ''Webcomic/SwordCatPrincess'', the extranormal is hidden from the general populace by the Cloaker Field, a field generated by a hidden worldwide race called Cloakers; Jack's father explains this fact to him with a colorful [[http://swordcatprincess.thecomicseries.com/comics/127/ "Cloakers, numbnuts!"]]. Metahumans are not affected by the field, so they can see all extranormal beings and events.
6th Apr '17 8:01:56 AM Thesedaysthosedays
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See also BlindSeer, PlausibleDeniability, NoBigDeal, BystanderSyndrome, UnusuallyUninterestingSight,, and WeirdnessCensor (which are the standard explanations to why this works). This trope is a subtrope of ByTheEyesOfTheBlind, and sister trope to InvisibleToAdults. If the invisibles are [[OurGhostsAreDifferent ghosts or similar undead figures]], you get ISeeDeadPeople. Compare CityOfWeirdos.

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See also BlindSeer, PlausibleDeniability, NoBigDeal, BystanderSyndrome, UnusuallyUninterestingSight,, UnusuallyUninterestingSight, and WeirdnessCensor (which are the standard explanations to why this works). This trope is a subtrope of ByTheEyesOfTheBlind, and sister trope to InvisibleToAdults. If the invisibles are [[OurGhostsAreDifferent ghosts or similar undead figures]], you get ISeeDeadPeople. Compare CityOfWeirdos.
6th Apr '17 8:01:30 AM Thesedaysthosedays
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See also BlindSeer, PlausibleDeniability, NoBigDeal, BystanderSyndrome, and WeirdnessCensor (which are the standard explanations to why this works). This trope is a subtrope of ByTheEyesOfTheBlind, and sister trope to InvisibleToAdults. If the invisibles are [[OurGhostsAreDifferent ghosts or similar undead figures]], you get ISeeDeadPeople. Compare CityOfWeirdos.

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See also BlindSeer, PlausibleDeniability, NoBigDeal, BystanderSyndrome, UnusuallyUninterestingSight,, and WeirdnessCensor (which are the standard explanations to why this works). This trope is a subtrope of ByTheEyesOfTheBlind, and sister trope to InvisibleToAdults. If the invisibles are [[OurGhostsAreDifferent ghosts or similar undead figures]], you get ISeeDeadPeople. Compare CityOfWeirdos.
4th Feb '17 9:29:30 AM Nazetrime
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* ''Webcomic/StandStillStaySilent'': Spirits, including extremely hostile and dangerous ghosts, can only be seen by mages, and the LittleStowaway among the crew's mages unfortunately gets his first experience with this while the crew's officially recognized mage is in DeepSleep.
29th Dec '16 7:46:11 PM DynastiNoble
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29th Dec '16 9:29:31 AM Discar
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* The town of Mayview from ''Webcomic/{{Paranatural}}'' is haunted by numerous ghosts and other supernatural creatures, which only a few people can see.

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* ''Webcomic/{{Paranatural}}'': The town of Mayview from ''Webcomic/{{Paranatural}}'' world is haunted by numerous ghosts and other supernatural creatures, which only spectrals can see. WordOfGod is that while the spirit world is often described as "invisible," the truth is that it's more like a few completely different world that only occasionally interacts with the mundane one, while spectrals are people that interact with both. So, for example, if a normal person and a spectral were sunbathing and were shaded by a spirit, the normal person would get a tan while the spectral would not. This also means that mundane cameras can see.take pictures of spirits without trouble; normal people see nothing, while spectrals see the spirit.
-->'''AltText:''' The number of famous pictures ruined by photobombing spirits... you wouldn't believe.
4th Dec '16 11:30:56 AM Discar
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* ''Literature/TheStormlightArchive'': Some intelligent spren are invisible to anyone except [[BondCreatures the person they are bonded to]] (but can choose to be seen by others), while some are always visible. Non-intelligent spren are something else altogether; scenes from the point of view of someone who can SeeTheInvisible implies that spren are always around, invisible, but normally can only be seen when there is a strong source of emotion or natural phenomenon to feed off of.
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