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18th Mar '17 3:01:39 PM zarpaulus
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* Inverted in ''Webcomic/{{Savestate}}'', blue eyes apparently can't see supernatural beings as Kade was completely oblivious to Harvey's existence until he took the colored contact lens off his yellow eye.

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* Inverted in ''Webcomic/{{Savestate}}'', blue eyes apparently can't see supernatural beings as Kade was completely oblivious to Harvey's existence until he took the colored contact lens off [[http://www.savestatecomic.com/2015/02/harvey-i-choose-you/ his yellow eye.eye]].
18th Mar '17 2:41:57 PM zarpaulus
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* Inverted in ''Webcomic/{{Savestate}}'', blue eyes apparently can't see supernatural beings as Kade was completely oblivious to Harvey's existence until he took the colored contact lens off his yellow eye.
19th Feb '17 10:38:42 AM gb00393
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* ''Series/GameOfThrones'' showed the eyes of those raised from dead by the White Walkers like [[http://xe3.xanga.com/b36f9a3a34533276238728/w220100436.jpg this]] (currently also this page's image).

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* ''Series/GameOfThrones'' showed the eyes of those raised from dead by the White Walkers like [[http://xe3.xanga.com/b36f9a3a34533276238728/w220100436.jpg this]] (currently also this page's image). The White Walkers themselves also have occult blue eyes.
16th Feb '17 5:48:05 PM malias
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* "Reverse Pines" is a popular FandomSpecificPlot for the ''WesternAnimation/GravityFalls'' fandom. It's a role reversal [=AU=] where the Pine twins are in Gideon's role while Gideon and Pacifica are in theirs. Mabel and Dipper are always depicted with CreepyBlueEyes that usually glow, and they have psychic powers. In contrast, main continuity Dipper and Mabel are usually depicted with BrownEyes (though InnocentBlueEyes isn't too uncommon either).

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* "Reverse Pines" is a popular FandomSpecificPlot for the ''WesternAnimation/GravityFalls'' fandom. It's a role reversal [=AU=] where the Pine twins are in Gideon's role while Gideon and Pacifica are in theirs. Mabel and Dipper are always depicted with CreepyBlueEyes that usually glow, and they have psychic powers. In contrast, main continuity Dipper and Mabel are usually depicted with BrownEyes brown eyes (though InnocentBlueEyes isn't too uncommon either).
13th Jan '17 12:11:16 AM unsettling_gaze
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* In the ebook ''Literature/LockhartandTeague:TheEmptyChest'' Avalyn Teague belongs to a cult of powerful magic users and is described as having very blue eyes. However, his eye color does not seem to be indicative of his status as a magic user as others of his kind don't have them.
4th Nov '16 10:59:09 PM intastiel
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* In ''Literature/KushielsLegacy'', [[spoiler:Hyacinthe]] the Master of the Straits' eyes turn a vivid blue that deepens and darkens towards the pupils. The change is a sign of his power over the oceans.
13th Sep '16 7:58:50 PM PaulA
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* In Creator/OrsonScottCard's ''The Worthing Saga'', IcyBlueEyes are part of a genetic package that includes [[MindReading telepathy]] and (after copious amounts of inbreeding) various other PsychicPowers.

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* In Creator/OrsonScottCard's ''The Worthing Saga'', ''Literature/TheWorthingSaga'', IcyBlueEyes are part of a genetic package that includes [[MindReading telepathy]] and (after copious amounts of inbreeding) various other PsychicPowers.
6th Sep '16 11:31:24 AM intastiel
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* The character morphing system in ''VideoGame/FableI'' gives the Hero these if he's a powerful non-Evil mage.
31st Aug '16 3:34:32 AM Morgenthaler
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[[caption-width-right:341: [[UndeadChild …yikes…]]]]

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* In C.S. Goto's ''BloodRavens'' trilogy, Ahramin has burning blue eyes--burning with sorcery.

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* In C.S. Goto's ''BloodRavens'' ''Literature/BloodRavens'' trilogy, Ahramin has burning blue eyes--burning with sorcery.
10th Aug '16 7:51:09 PM Willbyr
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