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10th May '18 1:05:38 PM Qrow
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* ''WebAnimation/{{RWBY}}'': Legend states that people with silver eyes are destined to become the greatest warriors, with power to defeat the Grimm. It's said that a silver-eyed warrior can kill the Grimm with just a look. Ruby learns about this legend after mysterious power bursts from her own silver eyes to freeze the Grimm Dragon to Beacon Tower. Not many people know about the legend of the Silver Eyes, but both the BigGood and the BigBad do and both of them seem to regard Ruby as the key to victory in their millennia-spanning shadow war.

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* ''WebAnimation/{{RWBY}}'': Legend states that people with silver eyes are destined to become the greatest warriors, with power to defeat the Grimm. It's said that a silver-eyed warrior can kill the Grimm with just a look. Ruby learns about this legend after [[spoiler: mysterious power bursts from her own silver eyes to freeze the Grimm Dragon to Beacon Tower. Not many people know about the legend of the Silver Eyes, but both the BigGood and the BigBad do and both of them seem to regard Ruby as the key to victory in their millennia-spanning shadow war.war]].
5th May '18 6:08:02 PM nombretomado
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* While 99% of its moves just scream ''FistOfTheNorthStar'', the Apotheosized form of Ialdabaoth from ''VideoGame/{{Super Robot Wars Original Generation}}s'' has one move that starts with this, leaving even the most [[HumongousMecha humongous of mecha]] ''frozen in terror'' before being pummeled into dust. (Even zanier: this is its weakest attack.)

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* While 99% of its moves just scream ''FistOfTheNorthStar'', ''Manga/FistOfTheNorthStar'', the Apotheosized form of Ialdabaoth from ''VideoGame/{{Super Robot Wars Original Generation}}s'' has one move that starts with this, leaving even the most [[HumongousMecha humongous of mecha]] ''frozen in terror'' before being pummeled into dust. (Even zanier: this is its weakest attack.)
30th Apr '18 5:56:20 PM nombretomado
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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.

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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 [[JustForFun/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.
20th Apr '18 7:51:03 AM nmn3r3
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* In the Nasuverse several characters possess Mystic Eyes, with abilities ranging from "[[CharmPerson Suggestion]]" to to [[TakenForGranite Petrification]] to the famous [[LightNovel/KaraNoKyoukai Eyes of Death Perception]] which are shown in both ''LightNovel/KaraNoKyoukai'' and ''VisualNovel/{{Tsukihime}}''. These allow the user to [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin perceive the death of whatever they're looking at]] and cut it to cause [[OneHitKill instant, irrevocable death]].[[note]]Even inanimate objects have a "death" that can be percieved, but there are two major limitations. If a creature or object's death is beyond human comprehension, trying to cut it (or even look at it) can be detrimental, and the eyes are limited to seeing the death of things of Earthly origin. In the latter case, the infamous [[EldritchAbomination ORT/Type Mercury]] is explicitly immune.[[/note]] By extension, this also includes HellishPupils. Most are [[GlowingEyesOfDoom quite colorful when activated]].

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* In the Nasuverse several characters possess Mystic Eyes, with abilities ranging from "[[CharmPerson Suggestion]]" [[CharmPerson Suggestion]], to [[MindOverMatter Distortion]], to [[TakenForGranite Petrification]] Petrification]], to the famous [[LightNovel/KaraNoKyoukai Eyes of Death Perception]] Perception]], which are shown in both ''LightNovel/KaraNoKyoukai'' and ''VisualNovel/{{Tsukihime}}''. These allow the user to [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin perceive the death of whatever they're looking at]] and cut it to cause [[OneHitKill instant, irrevocable death]].[[note]]Even inanimate objects have a "death" that can be percieved, but there are two major limitations. If a creature or object's death is beyond human comprehension, trying to cut it (or even look at it) can be detrimental, and the eyes are limited to seeing the death of things of Earthly origin. In the latter case, the infamous [[EldritchAbomination ORT/Type Mercury]] is explicitly immune.[[/note]] By extension, this also includes HellishPupils. Most are [[GlowingEyesOfDoom quite colorful when activated]].
13th Mar '18 12:34:21 PM legendaryweredragon
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** The anime also includes several more special eyes that were not in the manga that may or may not be canon. The Ketsuryūgan has illusion powers and also allows the user to manipulate liquids that contain a high amount of iron such as their own blood. Ranmaru has glowing red eyes that have abilities similar to the Byakugan such as XRayVision, and are also capable of fooling the Byakugan with illusions that include chakra networks. Yome has vision that is so sharp that she can see things that are kilometers away using reflections on water droplets. Shion has special eyes that can predict people's deaths. Kagemasa, a character in a [[ShowWithinAShow in-universe movie]], has a fictional eye power called the Magan that can paralyze people.
12th Mar '18 8:24:57 PM legendaryweredragon
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*** WordOfGod has named this eye the Jōgan.
6th Mar '18 1:19:20 PM Wyldchyld
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* ''WebAnimation/{{RWBY}}: Legend states that people with silver eyes are destined to become the greatest warriors, with power to defeat the Grimm. It's said that a silver-eyed warrior can kill the Grimm with just a look. Ruby learns about this legend after mysterious power bursts from her own silver eyes to freeze the Grimm Dragon to Beacon Tower. Not many people know about the legend of the Silver Eyes, but both the BigGood and the BigBad do and both of them seem to regard Ruby as the key to victory in their millennia-spanning shadow war.

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* ''WebAnimation/{{RWBY}}: ''WebAnimation/{{RWBY}}'': Legend states that people with silver eyes are destined to become the greatest warriors, with power to defeat the Grimm. It's said that a silver-eyed warrior can kill the Grimm with just a look. Ruby learns about this legend after mysterious power bursts from her own silver eyes to freeze the Grimm Dragon to Beacon Tower. Not many people know about the legend of the Silver Eyes, but both the BigGood and the BigBad do and both of them seem to regard Ruby as the key to victory in their millennia-spanning shadow war.
6th Mar '18 1:18:57 PM Wyldchyld
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* ''WebAnimation/BrokenSaints'': One of the show's main symbols is a circular red eye with a black cat-like slit for a pupil--basically, it's a simplified version of the Eye of Sauron from the ''LordOfTheRings'' movies, [[OlderThanTheyThink although the series started before the first film was released]]. However, in keeping with the multi-layered nature of the series, the eye is [[DoesThisRemindYouOfAnything not just an eye]].
* ''WebAnimation/MagicalBorderPatrol'': Jake Harrier has the ability to see spirits and, when wearing his {{Glamour}}, his irises are purple, contrasting with the more natural eyes of his teammates.



* One of the main symbols of ''WebAnimation/BrokenSaints'' is a circular red eye with a black cat-like slit for a pupil--basically, it's a simplified version of the Eye of Sauron from the ''LordOfTheRings'' movies, [[OlderThanTheyThink although the series started before the first film was released]]. However, in keeping with the multi-layered nature of the series, the eye is [[DoesThisRemindYouOfAnything not just an eye]]. Take a look at the symbol and how it is used in the series, and think of what else it looks like...
** Also, in terms of literal eyes, this trope is played with. In actuality, it seems to be a ''lack'' of eyes that represents evil. See: [[spoiler:Lear, corrupted Shandala.]]



* Jake Harrier of ''WebAnimation/MagicalBorderPatrol'' has the ability to see spirits, and when wearing his {{Glamour}}, his irises are purple, contrasting with the more natural eyes of his teammates.
6th Mar '18 1:15:47 PM Wyldchyld
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* ''WebAnimation/{{RWBY}}: Legend states that people with silver eyes are destined to become the greatest warriors, with power to defeat the Grimm. It's said that a silver-eyed warrior can kill the Grimm with just a look. Ruby learns about this legend after mysterious power bursts from her own silver eyes to freeze the Grimm Dragon to Beacon Tower. Not many people know about the legend of the Silver Eyes, but both the BigGood and the BigBad do and both of them seem to regard Ruby as the key to victory in their millennia-spanning shadow war.
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24th Feb '18 4:42:17 PM kome360
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* ''VideoGame/{{Bloodborne}}'''s Blacksky Eye gives your character the power to fire Optic Blasts that deal arcane damage.
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