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8th Sep '17 7:45:09 PM TheWanderer
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* Dominique the Cyclops from ''Anime/{{Trigun}}'' has a demonic-looking eye, complete with snake pupil, behind a mechanical eyepatch/shutter that allows her to distill her opponent's senses, paralyzing them temporarily to give the false impression she's using a FlashStep technique.

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* Dominique the Cyclops from ''Anime/{{Trigun}}'' has a demonic-looking eye, complete with snake pupil, behind a mechanical eyepatch/shutter that allows her to distill disrupt her opponent's senses, paralyzing paralyzing/hypnotizing them temporarily to give temporarily. Because her victims are unaware that any time has passed during which they were paralyzed, it gives the false impression that she's using a FlashStep technique.



* Euron Crow's Eye of ''Literature/ASongOfIceAndFire'' is strongly hinted to have one. What's under his EyepatchOfPower hasn't been revealed yet, but judging by [[TheDreaded the reactions]] of his fellow Ironborn (and these are RatedMForManly Viking expies), the fact that his regular eye is known as his "smiling eye", he's been known to consort with warlocks, and that he flies a personal standard that shows a [[RedEyesTakeWarning red eye]], it's a fair bet.

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* Euron "[[RedBaron Crow's Eye Eye]]" Greyjoy of ''Literature/ASongOfIceAndFire'' is strongly hinted to have one. What's Exactly what's under his EyepatchOfPower hasn't been revealed yet, but judging by [[TheDreaded just the reactions]] prospect of seeing it unnerves his fellow Ironborn (and these Ironborn. (Who, lest we forget, are RatedMForManly Viking expies), the fact expies.) Given that his regular eye is known as his "smiling eye", he's been known to consort with warlocks, [[BlackMagic warlocks]] and that he flies a personal standard that shows a [[RedEyesTakeWarning red eye]], it's a fair bet.it all works together to imply that something very unusual is hiding beneath the eyepatch.
15th Jul '17 6:30:12 PM Malady
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* The Dark Side in the ''Franchise/StarWars'' movies is usually represented by yellow eyes, starting with Emperor Palpatine in ''Film/ReturnOfTheJedi'' and continued by Darth Maul in ''Film/ThePhantomMenace''. [[spoiler:Anakin's [[KaleidoscopeEyes change with his mood]] in the last act of ''Film/RevengeOfTheSith'' ([[ContinuityNod probably because]] they were still blue after his HeroicSacrifice in ''Jedi'')]].

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* The Dark Side in the ''Franchise/StarWars'' movies is usually represented by yellow eyes, starting with Emperor Palpatine in ''Film/ReturnOfTheJedi'' and continued by Darth Maul in ''Film/ThePhantomMenace''. [[spoiler:Anakin's [[KaleidoscopeEyes [[MoodRingEyes change with his mood]] in the last act of ''Film/RevengeOfTheSith'' ([[ContinuityNod probably because]] they were still blue after his HeroicSacrifice in ''Jedi'')]].
24th Jun '17 4:36:27 PM Getta
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See also EyeBeams for a more directly offensive use of eyes. If the magical eye can cause hypnosis, its a [[HypnoticEyes Hypnotic Eye]]. Do not confuse with FacelessEye or the more mundane DeathGlare. Compare ExcessiveEvilEyeshadow. The [[MagicVersusTechnology technological equivalent]] is an {{Electronic Eye|s}}. [[IThoughtItMeant No relation to Magic Eye]], that autostereogram thing where if you look at it ''just right'', you can see a cat or a dolphin or whatever.

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See also EyeBeams for a more directly offensive use of eyes. A ThirdEye is usually magical as part of its symbolism. If the magical eye can cause hypnosis, its a [[HypnoticEyes Hypnotic Eye]]. Do not confuse with FacelessEye or the more mundane DeathGlare. Compare ExcessiveEvilEyeshadow. The [[MagicVersusTechnology technological equivalent]] is an {{Electronic Eye|s}}. [[IThoughtItMeant No relation to Magic Eye]], that autostereogram thing where if you look at it ''just right'', you can see a cat or a dolphin or whatever.
17th Jun '17 4:00:50 PM ScroogeMacDuck
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* The One-Eyed Black Cat's "missing" eye is actually the focus of his power, and the [[RedEyesTakeWarnning gleaming red pupil]] in the middle of the cavity can actually ''shoot multi-purpose EyeBeams that can hurt even ghosts''.
8th Jun '17 9:58:46 PM nombretomado
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* Demise from the ''WildCards'' series has the power to inflict the experience of his own death (he got better) on anyone by making eye contact with them, killing them.

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* Demise from the ''WildCards'' ''Literature/WildCards'' series has the power to inflict the experience of his own death (he got better) on anyone by making eye contact with them, killing them.
8th Jun '17 9:36:32 PM nombretomado
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* The superpowered character Sahar (literally 'Evil Eye' in Arabic) in the WhateleyUniverse. Her main psychic power is the ability to make a person ''believe'' that he has been cursed. Her secondary psychic power is WAY scarier. Her eyes have red rings: the folklore sign of one with the Evil Eye. Her original reputation was that of a hated and feared villain on the Whateley Academy campus, but she appears to be trying hard to become a good guy.

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* The superpowered character Sahar (literally 'Evil Eye' in Arabic) in the WhateleyUniverse.Literature/WhateleyUniverse. Her main psychic power is the ability to make a person ''believe'' that he has been cursed. Her secondary psychic power is WAY scarier. Her eyes have red rings: the folklore sign of one with the Evil Eye. Her original reputation was that of a hated and feared villain on the Whateley Academy campus, but she appears to be trying hard to become a good guy.
29th May '17 8:12:15 AM SullenFrog
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* In ''VisualNovel/{{Sunrider}}'', Sola di Ryuvia’s right eye glows a greenish blue whenever she makes use of the superhuman abilities tied to her royal bloodline. These abilities include enhanced perception, enhanced reflexes, and enhanced piloting skills. The glowing eye and superpowers are the result of genetic engineering rather than magic, but the principle is the same. [[spoiler:Her distant relative Asaga di Ryuvia unlocks the same ability by the end of the first game.]]
16th May '17 10:19:58 AM nombretomado
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-->-- '''Shiki Tohno''', ''{{Tsukihime}}'' ([[VisualNovel game]])

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-->-- '''Shiki Tohno''', ''{{Tsukihime}}'' ''VisualNovel/{{Tsukihime}}'' ([[VisualNovel game]])
17th Mar '17 6:56:46 PM nombretomado
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* In the {{Nasuverse}} these are typically referred to as "Mystic Eyes", resulting from a mutation of the [[MagicAIsMagicA magic circuits]] around a person's eyes. Most vampires naturally possess a variant while skilled magi can artificially create them. Other naturally occurring examples tend to be rare but with more powerful and varied abilities.

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* In the {{Nasuverse}} {{Franchise/Nasuverse}} these are typically referred to as "Mystic Eyes", resulting from a mutation of the [[MagicAIsMagicA magic circuits]] around a person's eyes. Most vampires naturally possess a variant while skilled magi can artificially create them. Other naturally occurring examples tend to be rare but with more powerful and varied abilities.
17th Feb '17 5:25:03 PM sloman81
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* In ''{{A Wrinkle in Time}}'', when Charles Wallace stares into the eyes of The Man With Red Eyes, he goes under the telepathic mind control of IT.

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* In ''{{A ''Literature/{{A Wrinkle in Time}}'', when Charles Wallace stares into the eyes of The Man With Red Eyes, he goes under the telepathic mind control of IT.
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