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29th May '16 4:09:54 PM Pseudoname
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* In ''VideoGame/MiddleEarthShadowOfMordor'', both you and any uruks you mind control have these.
24th May '16 10:13:40 PM Eievie
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Commonly, these eyes weren't ''originally'' blue, but ''became'' that way through prolonged use of magic.



* 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'' trilogy, Ahramin has burning blue eyes — burning eyes--burning with sorcery.



* In Creator/TamoraPierce's ''Literature/ProvostsDog'' books, Bekah Cooper has 'ghost eyes' that go from pale blue to ice colored when she's upset (may have something to do with her unofficial {{psychopomp}} status). She uses these to her advantage when she has a need to frighten people, usually criminals.

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* In Creator/TamoraPierce's ''Literature/ProvostsDog'' books, Bekah Cooper has 'ghost eyes' "ghost eyes" that go from pale blue to ice colored when she's upset (may have something to do with her unofficial {{psychopomp}} status). She uses these to her advantage when she has a need to frighten people, usually criminals.



* Illyria from ''Series/{{Angel}}'' looks like Fred with her whole body turned blue: just as Fred has brown hair, light brown skin, and brown eyes, so Illyria has blue hair, blue skin...and an unnatural shade of blue for her eyes. This use of blue eyes has the effect of making her look [[EldritchAbomination as eerie as possible]].

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* Illyria from ''Series/{{Angel}}'' looks like Fred with her whole body turned blue: just as Fred has brown hair, light brown skin, and brown eyes, so Illyria has blue hair, blue skin...skin… and an unnatural shade of blue for her eyes. This use of blue eyes has the effect of making her look [[EldritchAbomination as eerie as possible]].
20th May '16 9:54:09 AM CaptainCrawdad
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* ''Film/{{Dune}}'': Taking the mind-altering spice for a certain length of time makes a person's eyes glow blue.
24th Feb '16 9:36:20 AM nombretomado
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* ''Film/TheAvengers'' shows victims of Loki's MindControl staff gaining these, which disappear when his hold over them is broken. Creator/JossWhedon specially mentions on the commentary that these were added in post-production so the audience would be absolutely sure that someone was or was not being controlled.

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* ''Film/TheAvengers'' ''Film/{{The Avengers|2012}}'' shows victims of Loki's MindControl staff gaining these, which disappear when his hold over them is broken. Creator/JossWhedon specially mentions on the commentary that these were added in post-production so the audience would be absolutely sure that someone was or was not being controlled.
23rd Jan '16 6:41:11 PM nombretomado
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* {{Storm}} from the Comicbook/{{X-Men}} has blue eyes, which is extremely rare among non-Europeans (Storm is Kenyan). In her case, it's a mark of her family's magical heritage, in addition to the white hair.

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* {{Storm}} ComicBook/{{Storm}} from the Comicbook/{{X-Men}} Comicbook/XMen has blue eyes, which is extremely rare among non-Europeans (Storm is Kenyan). In her case, it's a mark of her family's magical heritage, in addition to the white hair.
16th Jan '16 7:43:14 AM Morgenthaler
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* Blue eyes are considered [[CreepyBlueEyes automatically creepy]], for this reason, in ''EmpireOfThePetalThrone''.

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* Blue eyes are considered [[CreepyBlueEyes automatically creepy]], for this reason, in ''EmpireOfThePetalThrone''.''TabletopGame/EmpireOfThePetalThrone''.



* In MercedesLackey's ''HeraldsOfValdemar'' series, ''any'' powerful magic user is going to wind up with blue eyes regardless of what they were born with as a side effect from the amount of magic they use. [[CoolHorse Companions]] also have their blue eyes frequently mentioned, with newly [[CallToAdventure Chosen]] Heralds usually spending a while staring into them when they first meet.

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* In MercedesLackey's ''HeraldsOfValdemar'' Creator/MercedesLackey's ''Literature/HeraldsOfValdemar'' series, ''any'' powerful magic user is going to wind up with blue eyes regardless of what they were born with as a side effect from the amount of magic they use. [[CoolHorse Companions]] also have their blue eyes frequently mentioned, with newly [[CallToAdventure Chosen]] Heralds usually spending a while staring into them when they first meet.
9th Jan '16 6:42:05 PM Katsuhagi
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* ''Film/TheAvengers'' shows victims of Loki's MindControl staff gaining these, which disappear when his hold over them is broken. Creator/JossWhedon specially mentions on the commentary that these were added in post-production so the audience would be absolutely sure that someone was or was not being controlled.
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9th Jan '16 12:23:03 AM Tanglemorph
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** Additionally, there is Kisara from season 5. She is exiled from most civilization because she has pale skin and blue eyes (very unusual for Egypt at that time), and is believed to be a witch. They aren't exactly wrong; [[spoiler: her ka is the ZZBlue-Eyes white Dragon, the most powerful one not possessed by one of the six priests.]]

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** Additionally, there is Kisara from season 5. She is exiled from most civilization because she has pale skin and blue eyes (very unusual for Egypt at that time), and is believed to be a witch. They aren't exactly wrong; [[spoiler: her ka is the ZZBlue-Eyes white Blue-Eyes White Dragon, the most powerful one not possessed by one of the six priests.]]
30th Dec '15 12:53:26 PM Stinkoman87
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** Additionally, there is Kisara from season 5. She is exiled from most civilization because she has pale skin and blue eyes (very unusual for Egypt at that time), and is believed to be a witch. They aren't exactly wrong; [[spoiler: her ka is the ZZBlue-Eyes white Dragon, the most powerful one not possessed by one of the six priests.]]
11th Nov '15 1:05:04 PM margdean56
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* Diana Bishop from ''Literature/ADiscoveryOfWitches'' has striking blue eyes with gold around her irises. She is also a powerful witch by heritage, but prefers to bury herself in academia and Renaissance history. Her eyes also count as ElementaLEyeColors, since she can use [[MakingASplash witchwater.]]

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* Diana Bishop from ''Literature/ADiscoveryOfWitches'' has striking blue eyes with gold around her irises. She is also a powerful witch by heritage, but prefers to bury herself in academia and Renaissance history. Her eyes also count as ElementaLEyeColors, ElementalEyeColors, since she can use [[MakingASplash witchwater.]]
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