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4th Dec '17 5:55:20 PM marymichael
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* ''Literature/RedDragon'' has both Hannibal Lecter and the less well-known Francis Dolarhyde. [[AdaptationDeviation In the books]], Lecter has maroon eyes and is polydactyl. Dolarhyde has a harelip from surgery to repair his cleft palate (which, in his mind, makes him TheGrotesque), as well as yellow eyes.
28th Nov '17 4:26:59 PM ClintEastwood
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** Tobias Vaughn in "[[Recap/DocttorWhoS6E3TheInvasion The Invasion]]" has a heavy squint and, as the Doctor observes, barely ever blinks.

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** Tobias Vaughn in "[[Recap/DocttorWhoS6E3TheInvasion "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS6E3TheInvasion The Invasion]]" has a heavy squint and, as the Doctor observes, barely ever blinks.
28th Nov '17 4:24:33 PM ClintEastwood
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** Tobias Vaughn in "The Invasion" has a heavy squint and, as the Doctor observes, barely ever blinks.
** Davros has a mechanical right hand, after the original was shot off (in "Revelation of the Daleks"). He can fire energy bolts from it. Not to mention his EyelessFace, BaldOfEvil, and [[CyberCyclops forehead sensor thing]].
** Lucius Petrus Dextrus from "The Fires of Pompeii" has a, er, ''[[MeaningfulName petrus dextrus]]''[[note]]Latin for "stone right hand"[[/note]] of his own, but he keeps it hidden under a cloak. The Sybilline sisters are well on their way, too, but their symptoms are less extreme, more easily concealed - appropriate, as they're equally a little more neutral than Lucius.

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** Tobias Vaughn in "The Invasion" "[[Recap/DocttorWhoS6E3TheInvasion The Invasion]]" has a heavy squint and, as the Doctor observes, barely ever blinks.
** Davros has a mechanical right hand, after the original was shot off (in "Revelation "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS22E6RevelationOfTheDaleks Revelation of the Daleks").Daleks]]"). He can fire energy bolts from it. Not to mention his EyelessFace, BaldOfEvil, and [[CyberCyclops forehead sensor thing]].
** Lucius Petrus Dextrus from "The "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS30E2TheFiresOfPompeii The Fires of Pompeii" Pompeii]]" has a, er, ''[[MeaningfulName petrus dextrus]]''[[note]]Latin for "stone right hand"[[/note]] of his own, but he keeps it hidden under a cloak. The Sybilline sisters are well on their way, too, but their symptoms are less extreme, more easily concealed - appropriate, as they're equally a little more neutral than Lucius.
27th Nov '17 2:02:21 PM UchuuFlamenco
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* The ''LemonDemon'' song "Atomic Copper Claw" is supposedly about a person who's seemingly friendly, but is actually planning to murder the singer with the eponymous instrument. However, there's a fairly strong implication that the singer's just paranoid.

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* The ''LemonDemon'' Music/LemonDemon song "Atomic Copper Claw" is supposedly about a person who's seemingly friendly, but is actually planning to murder the singer with the eponymous instrument. However, there's a fairly strong implication that the singer's just paranoid.
27th Nov '17 7:35:39 AM Andyroid
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* The somewhat less evil (though still dangerous) hulder of [[Myth/NorseMythology Norse]] legends looked like ordinary people, except that they had little cow tails. If they became "good," their tails would drop off (some versions also gave them a hollow back).



* Myth/NorseMythology: Loki had scars on his mouth from a time when a dwarf sewed it shut.

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* Myth/NorseMythology: Myth/NorseMythology:
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Loki had scars on his mouth from a time when a dwarf sewed it shut.shut.
** Loki's daughter, Hel, looked like a beautiful woman from the waist up, but was a rotting corpse from the waist down.
** The huldra (or hulder) are seductive spirits who looks like beautiful women, except that they have a small cow's tail (and in some versions a hollow spot in their backs). Some stories say that the tail will fall off if they can be convinced to start doing good.
5th Nov '17 3:00:44 PM thatother1dude
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* ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse'': All of the Gems have their gemstone located somewhere on their bodies with that location often hinting at their personalities. Gems that have their gemstone in place of an eye qualify for this trope because not only is it the placement the most notably inhuman, having a rock where an eye should be, but the Gems with this gem location are usually the bad guys.

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* ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse'': All of the Gems have their gemstone located somewhere on their bodies with that location often hinting at their personalities. Gems that Some of the nastier gems have their gemstone in place of an replacing their facial featuring, including their nose (Jasper) or eye qualify for this trope because not only is it the placement the most notably inhuman, having a rock where an eye should be, but the Gems with this gem location are usually the bad guys.(Eyeball, [[VideoGame/SaveTheLight Squaridot, Hessonite]]).
4th Nov '17 12:06:18 PM DrPsyche
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* ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse'': All of the Gems have their gemstone located somewhere on their bodies with that location often hinting at their personalities. Gems that have their gemstone in place of an eye qualify for this trope because not only is it the placement the most notably inhuman, having a rock where an eye should be, but the Gems with this gem location are usually the bad guys.
19th Oct '17 10:45:37 AM intastiel
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** In ''TabletopGame/VampireTheRequiem'', every vampire in Clan Nosferatu has an off-putting physical trait of some sort, ranging from LooksLikeOrlok deformities all the way down to one hapless fledgling who's stuck permanently smelling of spoiled milk.
3rd Sep '17 2:33:31 AM SeptimusHeap
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* ''Film/{{X-Men}}'':

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* ''Film/{{X-Men}}'':''Film/XMen'':
24th Aug '17 7:19:10 PM Njein
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* ''Many'' ''Film/JamesBond'' villains - it's one of the defining tropes of the series, both books and films:

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* ''Many'' A shtick of ''many'' ''Film/JamesBond'' villains - it's one of the defining tropes of the series, both books and films:



** Ernst Stavro Blofeld (in his [[TheReveal first onscreen appearance]], at least) has a massive facial scar. (''Film/YouOnlyLiveTwice'') In his second appearance, he has lopped off his earlobes to impersonate a Count. (''Film/OnHerMajestysSecretService'')

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** Ernst Stavro Blofeld (in his [[TheReveal first onscreen appearance]], at least) has a massive facial scar. (''Film/YouOnlyLiveTwice'') In his second appearance, he has lopped off his earlobes to impersonate a Count. (''Film/OnHerMajestysSecretService'')(''Film/OnHerMajestysSecretService'') And, in his final appearance, he's not only bald, but is permanently crippled and wears a neck brace, presumably he obtained from the exploding oil rig at the end of ''Film/DiamondsAreForever''. (''Film/ForYourEyesOnly'')



** ''Film/TheSpyWhoLovedMe'': Karl Stromberg has webbing between the fingers.
** ''Film/{{Moonraker}}'': Jaws has metal teeth.

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** ''Film/TheSpyWhoLovedMe'': Karl Stromberg has webbing between the webbed feet and fingers.
** ''Film/{{Moonraker}}'': Jaws has metal teeth. In the [[Literature/{{Moonraker}} original novel]], Hugo Drax had facial scars stemming from a German attack during WWII.



** ''Film/{{Skyfall}}'': Raoul Silva wears a prosthetic to hide [[spoiler:the massive cavity inside his head, a result of part of his skull being rotted away by a defective cyanide capsule. This is semi-deconstructed by the fact that he only incurred such injury due to his willingness to die for [[BigGood M]] when he was still an MI6 agent himself, and NotSoDifferent from Bond]].
** ''Film/{{Spectre}}'': The villain ends up with [[spoiler:Blofeld's iconic scarred eye by the end of the film.]]

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** ''Film/{{Skyfall}}'': Raoul Silva wears a prosthetic to hide [[spoiler:the massive cavity inside his head, head as a result of part of his skull being rotted away by a defective cyanide capsule. This is semi-deconstructed by the fact that he only incurred such injury due to his willingness to die for [[BigGood M]] when he was still an MI6 agent himself, and NotSoDifferent from Bond]].
** ''Film/{{Spectre}}'': The villain Franz Oberhauser ends up with [[spoiler:Blofeld's iconic scarred eye by the end of the film.]]]] Mr. Hinx has metallic fingernails.
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