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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.
2nd Aug '17 10:18:32 PM SarisRevant
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** The Dusk Raiders (proto-Death Guard) had a literal example in the red right gauntlet on their armour, used to symbolize their status as TheDreaded.
2nd Aug '17 9:55:13 AM xcountryguy
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** A close second would have to be [[SpellMyNameWithAnS Alam/Aramu]] who is an ordinary German Shepherd by breed but is missing both his ears as well as ''the skin on his muzzle'', resulting in a rather terrifying look. [[spoiler: The trope gets subverted when he has a HeelFaceTurn, though.]]

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** A close second would have to be [[SpellMyNameWithAnS Alam/Aramu]] who is an ordinary German Shepherd by breed but is missing both his ears as well as ''the skin on his muzzle'', resulting in a rather terrifying look. [[spoiler: The [[spoiler:The trope gets subverted when he has a HeelFaceTurn, though.]]



** The Homunculi all have their {{Ouroboros}} tattoos, as well. [[spoiler: The Fuhrer, King Bradley, covers his with an EyepatchOfPower.]]

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** The Homunculi all have their {{Ouroboros}} tattoos, as well. [[spoiler: The [[spoiler:The Fuhrer, King Bradley, covers his with an EyepatchOfPower.]]



** Played with when [[spoiler: Seras gains her shadow-arm.]]

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** Played with when [[spoiler: Seras [[spoiler:Seras gains her shadow-arm.]]



* You Higuri's manga ''Cantarella'' features a possessed Cesare Borgia with a color-vague demonic arm, [[spoiler: which eventually had to be lopped off to stop him from becoming an avatar of Satan.]] Mind you, while the explanation is textbook Red Right Hand, the arm subplot seems to have been included entirely so that Cesare's faithful servant had an excuse to [[FetishFuel tie him to the bed]].

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* You Higuri's manga ''Cantarella'' features a possessed Cesare Borgia with a color-vague demonic arm, [[spoiler: which [[spoiler:which eventually had to be lopped off to stop him from becoming an avatar of Satan.]] Mind you, while the explanation is textbook Red Right Hand, the arm subplot seems to have been included entirely so that Cesare's faithful servant had an excuse to [[FetishFuel tie him to the bed]].



** The sequel plays with this as well. [[spoiler: Having lost his memories and become more innocent again, Sasaki/Kaneki has lost the black nails that marked him as a Ghoul. On the other hand, after being ReforgedIntoAMinion, Takizawa now has black nails and ''lips'', adding to his inhuman appearance]].
** Another sequel example: [[spoiler: The awakened, morally ambiguous Kaneki/Sasaki now sports a ''literal'' red right ''arm'', covered in snakelike scales similar to his [[CombatTentacles kagune]]. He normally hides it under a red glove.]]

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** The sequel plays with this as well. [[spoiler: Having [[spoiler:Having lost his memories and become more innocent again, Sasaki/Kaneki has lost the black nails that marked him as a Ghoul. On the other hand, after being ReforgedIntoAMinion, Takizawa now has black nails and ''lips'', adding to his inhuman appearance]].
** Another sequel example: [[spoiler: The [[spoiler:The awakened, morally ambiguous Kaneki/Sasaki now sports a ''literal'' red right ''arm'', covered in snakelike scales similar to his [[CombatTentacles kagune]]. He normally hides it under a red glove.]]



* ''{{Fanfic/Misunderstandings}}'': [[spoiler: Big Top ends up with a glass eye, after Peter whipped him in the face.]]

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* ''{{Fanfic/Misunderstandings}}'': [[spoiler: Big [[spoiler:Big Top ends up with a glass eye, after Peter whipped him in the face.]]



** ''Film/{{Spectre}}'': The villain ends up with [[spoiler: Blofeld's iconic scarred eye by the end of the film.]]

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** ''Film/{{Spectre}}'': The villain ends up with [[spoiler: Blofeld's [[spoiler:Blofeld's iconic scarred eye by the end of the film.]]



* One of the segments in the anthology horror film ''Film/{{VHS}}'' follows a group of men picking up women in a bar. One of the women, [[spoiler: who turns out to be a flesh-eating, batlike creature in disguise,]] is acting a bit off throughout the encounter but otherwise is quite normal except for a strange vertical crease in her forehead and [[spoiler: scales and claws on her feet.]]

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* One of the segments in the anthology horror film ''Film/{{VHS}}'' follows a group of men picking up women in a bar. One of the women, [[spoiler: who [[spoiler:who turns out to be a flesh-eating, batlike creature in disguise,]] is acting a bit off throughout the encounter but otherwise is quite normal except for a strange vertical crease in her forehead and [[spoiler: scales [[spoiler:scales and claws on her feet.]]



** The second and third books have Billy-Rae Sanguine, who has two black holes where his eyes should be. Creates a particular dissonance, since he is otherwise a fun-natured (albeit AxCrazy) Texan. Also [[spoiler: the [[EldritchAbomination Faceless Ones]] cause the faces of those they possess to melt in a manner which destroys all of their features, the source of their name]].

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** The second and third books have Billy-Rae Sanguine, who has two black holes where his eyes should be. Creates a particular dissonance, since he is otherwise a fun-natured (albeit AxCrazy) Texan. Also [[spoiler: the [[spoiler:the [[EldritchAbomination Faceless Ones]] cause the faces of those they possess to melt in a manner which destroys all of their features, the source of their name]].



** In other Discworld novels, transformed creatures cannot change their eyes. In ''Discworld/WitchesAbroad'', Greebo retains cat's eyes in human form, and the Duc has to wear dark glasses because [[spoiler: he's still got the eyes of a frog]].

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** In other Discworld novels, transformed creatures cannot change their eyes. In ''Discworld/WitchesAbroad'', Greebo retains cat's eyes in human form, and the Duc has to wear dark glasses because [[spoiler: he's [[spoiler:he's still got the eyes of a frog]].



* Jander Sunstar, vampire hero of ''TabletopGame/{{Ravenloft}}'' novel ''Vampire of the Mists'', got permanently scarred (in some sources up to the bone) hand after [[spoiler: wielding the holy artifact of Lathander against another vampire, Strahd Von Zarovich.]]

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* Jander Sunstar, vampire hero of ''TabletopGame/{{Ravenloft}}'' novel ''Vampire of the Mists'', got permanently scarred (in some sources up to the bone) hand after [[spoiler: wielding [[spoiler:wielding the holy artifact of Lathander against another vampire, Strahd Von Zarovich.]]



** Slagar the Cruel [[spoiler: had half his face ripped off by Asmodeus back in the first book.]]

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** Slagar the Cruel [[spoiler: had [[spoiler:had half his face ripped off by Asmodeus back in the first book.]]



* Inverted in the ''TabletopGame/{{Warhammer 40000}}'' novel ''Literature/GreyKnights'', where [[spoiler: the Allking of Sophano Secundus]] and his retainers appear normal at first, but only reveal their Chaos mutations once the truth is guessed at.
* In ''Literature/TheMagicians,'' The Beast (AKA [[spoiler: Martin Chatwin]]) appears completely human except for three or four extra fingers on each hand.
* Creator/DanBrown seems to be fond of this, as he has a Deaf [[TheDragon Dragon]] in ''Literature/DigitalFortress'', and an EvilAlbino Dragon and [[spoiler: EvilCripple ManBehindTheMan]] in ''Literature/TheDaVinciCode''.

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* Inverted in the ''TabletopGame/{{Warhammer 40000}}'' novel ''Literature/GreyKnights'', where [[spoiler: the [[spoiler:the Allking of Sophano Secundus]] and his retainers appear normal at first, but only reveal their Chaos mutations once the truth is guessed at.
* In ''Literature/TheMagicians,'' The Beast (AKA [[spoiler: Martin [[spoiler:Martin Chatwin]]) appears completely human except for three or four extra fingers on each hand.
* Creator/DanBrown seems to be fond of this, as he has a Deaf [[TheDragon Dragon]] in ''Literature/DigitalFortress'', and an EvilAlbino Dragon and [[spoiler: EvilCripple [[spoiler:EvilCripple ManBehindTheMan]] in ''Literature/TheDaVinciCode''.



* In the ''[[Literature/RevelationSpaceSeries Revelation Space]]'' novels, people infected with the Haussman Virus spontaneously bleed from their right hands in stigmatic imitation of the crucifixion of Sky Haussman, which helps in tracking a [[spoiler: certain character through multiple [[MemoryGambit memory gambits]] and deep covers]]

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* In the ''[[Literature/RevelationSpaceSeries Revelation Space]]'' novels, people infected with the Haussman Virus spontaneously bleed from their right hands in stigmatic imitation of the crucifixion of Sky Haussman, which helps in tracking a [[spoiler: certain [[spoiler:certain character through multiple [[MemoryGambit memory gambits]] and deep covers]]



* [[InvertedTrope Inverted]] in ''Series/{{LOST}}'', where Locke gets a Film/DrNo-like scar across his eye from the plane crash and ''was'' a paraplegic. He's the good guy [[spoiler: until the last season]].

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* [[InvertedTrope Inverted]] in ''Series/{{LOST}}'', where Locke gets a Film/DrNo-like scar across his eye from the plane crash and ''was'' a paraplegic. He's the good guy [[spoiler: until [[spoiler:until the last season]].



* In ''Series/KamenRiderKiva,'' [[spoiler: Taiga, aka Saga]] wears one black glove. This hides the emblem on his hand that shows him to be King in the Checkmate Four.

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* In ''Series/KamenRiderKiva,'' [[spoiler: Taiga, [[spoiler:Taiga, aka Saga]] wears one black glove. This hides the emblem on his hand that shows him to be King in the Checkmate Four.



* [[spoiler: Sho Minamimoto]] has a black left hand [[spoiler: and in his second incarnation, two black arms due to his being half Taboo Noise]] in ''VideoGame/TheWorldEndsWithYou''.

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* [[spoiler: Sho [[spoiler:Sho Minamimoto]] has a black left hand [[spoiler: and [[spoiler:and in his second incarnation, two black arms due to his being half Taboo Noise]] in ''VideoGame/TheWorldEndsWithYou''.



** Nightmare has a bulky demonic right arm that is passed on to anyone he possesses. Siegfried's arm is restored by Soul Calibur, [[spoiler: But it looks like Pyrrha's is only going to fade away given time to heal after she turns good again.]]

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** Nightmare has a bulky demonic right arm that is passed on to anyone he possesses. Siegfried's arm is restored by Soul Calibur, [[spoiler: But [[spoiler:But it looks like Pyrrha's is only going to fade away given time to heal after she turns good again.]]



* The Overlord of ''VideoGame/OverlordII'' has blue skin as well, but this is the result of [[spoiler: the old tower heart blowing up around the time he was born]].

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* The Overlord of ''VideoGame/OverlordII'' has blue skin as well, but this is the result of [[spoiler: the [[spoiler:the old tower heart blowing up around the time he was born]].



* ''VideoGame/TeamFortress2'': the Engineer has a mechanical right hand. According to canon, he [[spoiler: severed his own flesh and blood hand in order to replace it with a machine one that his grandfather designed.]] Somewhat averted, though, as Engie is still more or less the nicest guy on the Team. (Which isn't saying much.)

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* ''VideoGame/TeamFortress2'': the Engineer has a mechanical right hand. According to canon, he [[spoiler: severed [[spoiler:severed his own flesh and blood hand in order to replace it with a machine one that his grandfather designed.]] Somewhat averted, though, as Engie is still more or less the nicest guy on the Team. (Which isn't saying much.)



* Speaking about single wings, ''VideoGame/BatenKaitos'' has [[spoiler: Kalas]]. Suffice to say this trope comes out of left field.
* ''VideoGame/BlazBlue'': Ragna the Bloodedge is another main character example; in his case, his right arm is an artifact to replace his old one that was cut off in his backstory. Its pitch-black and clawed and grants him overwhelming power. [[spoiler: Its later revealed to be the remnants of an EldritchAbomination that has the potential to revive if Ragna overuses it too much.]]

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* Speaking about single wings, ''VideoGame/BatenKaitos'' has [[spoiler: Kalas]].[[spoiler:Kalas]]. Suffice to say this trope comes out of left field.
* ''VideoGame/BlazBlue'': Ragna the Bloodedge is another main character example; in his case, his right arm is an artifact to replace his old one that was cut off in his backstory. Its pitch-black and clawed and grants him overwhelming power. [[spoiler: Its [[spoiler:It's later revealed to be the remnants of an EldritchAbomination that has the potential to revive if Ragna overuses it too much.]]



* In ''VideoGame/GodEaterBurst'', [[spoiler: Lindow]] gets a red right hand at the end of his game and is [[LateArrivalSpoiler continuously referred by]] [[CrossOver other characters]] in ''VideoGame/ProjectXZone''.

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* In ''VideoGame/GodEaterBurst'', [[spoiler: Lindow]] [[spoiler:Lindow]] gets a red right hand at the end of his game and is [[LateArrivalSpoiler continuously referred by]] [[CrossOver other characters]] in ''VideoGame/ProjectXZone''.



* In ''VideoGame/{{Crysis}} 3'', [[spoiler: the Nanosuit's replication of Prophet's human body]] would be perfect if not for the glowing bits in his eyes.

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* In ''VideoGame/{{Crysis}} 3'', [[spoiler: the [[spoiler:the Nanosuit's replication of Prophet's human body]] would be perfect if not for the glowing bits in his eyes.



* Inverted in ''VideoGame/TheLastStory'' by Zael, who possesses the [[PowerTattoo Mark of the Outsider]]. When activated, he gets a Blue Right Hand, symbolizing his position as TheHero. Played completely straight however by Zangurak and [[spoiler: [[BigBadFriend Dagran]]]].

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* Inverted in ''VideoGame/TheLastStory'' by Zael, who possesses the [[PowerTattoo Mark of the Outsider]]. When activated, he gets a Blue Right Hand, symbolizing his position as TheHero. Played completely straight however by Zangurak and [[spoiler: [[BigBadFriend [[spoiler:[[BigBadFriend Dagran]]]].



* Kalas from ''VideoGame/BatenKaitos'' is more of a JerkAss AntiHero who, in a series where people are able to sprout magical wings, can only manifest one, thus requiring a prosthetic second wing to be able to fly. Since the appearance of someone's wings are a reflection of their heart and personality, everyone in his home town believes that the fact that he was born with only one wing means there's something terribly wrong with him and ostracize him as a result. [[spoiler: It's eventually revealed that it's because he's an ArtificialHuman, and before that he's also revealed as TheMole for the BigBad, making him a straighter example of this trope than the player is led to believe.]]

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* Kalas from ''VideoGame/BatenKaitos'' is more of a JerkAss AntiHero who, in a series where people are able to sprout magical wings, can only manifest one, thus requiring a prosthetic second wing to be able to fly. Since the appearance of someone's wings are a reflection of their heart and personality, everyone in his home town believes that the fact that he was born with only one wing means there's something terribly wrong with him and ostracize him as a result. [[spoiler: It's [[spoiler:It's eventually revealed that it's because he's an ArtificialHuman, and before that he's also revealed as TheMole for the BigBad, making him a straighter example of this trope than the player is led to believe.]]



* ''VisualNovel/FateStayNight'': True Assassin aka Hasan-i-Sabbah sports a literal example of this. [[spoiler: Its primary use was to assassinate targets by making a fake heart of the target out from ether and then crush it, destroying the original along with it.]]

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* ''VisualNovel/FateStayNight'': True Assassin aka Hasan-i-Sabbah sports a literal example of this. [[spoiler: Its [[spoiler:Its primary use was to assassinate targets by making a fake heart of the target out from ether and then crush it, destroying the original along with it.]]



** ''Justice for All'': The BigBad is [[spoiler: your defendant, Matt Engarde]]. He looks innocuous enough, until he pulls TheReveal, which consists of [[spoiler: giving ''himself'' a phone call, pulling back his hair to reveal scars on his eye, and pulling [[AGlassOfChianti a glass of brandy]] out of nowhere just to swirl it around while grinning evilly.]]
** In the final case of ''Apollo Justice: Ace Attorney'', [[spoiler: Kristoph Gavin]] has a scar on the back of his hand [[spoiler: that looks like a skull when he flexes his fingers a certain way]].
** While not an unusual feature, [[spoiler: Dahlia Hawthorne]]'s [[EvilRedhead red hair]] [[spoiler: is the only difference between her and her good-natured twin sister Iris]].

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** ''Justice for All'': The BigBad is [[spoiler: your [[spoiler:your defendant, Matt Engarde]]. He looks innocuous enough, until he pulls TheReveal, which consists of [[spoiler: giving [[spoiler:giving ''himself'' a phone call, pulling back his hair to reveal scars on his eye, and pulling [[AGlassOfChianti a glass of brandy]] out of nowhere just to swirl it around while grinning evilly.]]
** In the final case of ''Apollo Justice: Ace Attorney'', [[spoiler: Kristoph [[spoiler:Kristoph Gavin]] has a scar on the back of his hand [[spoiler: that [[spoiler:that looks like a skull when he flexes his fingers a certain way]].
** While not an unusual feature, [[spoiler: Dahlia [[spoiler:Dahlia Hawthorne]]'s [[EvilRedhead red hair]] [[spoiler: is [[spoiler:is the only difference between her and her good-natured twin sister Iris]].



* Inverted in ''VisualNovel/DanganRonpa'': It's the ''lack'' of one on the killer's hand which proves that [[spoiler: both Mukuro and Kyoko]], who do have the markings typical of this trope, are innocent of the crime they're accused of.

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* Inverted in ''VisualNovel/DanganRonpa'': It's the ''lack'' of one on the killer's hand which proves that [[spoiler: both [[spoiler:both Mukuro and Kyoko]], who do have the markings typical of this trope, are innocent of the crime they're accused of.



* ''Webcomic/DominicDeegan'': Dominic's older brother Jacob is missing most of the flesh from one arm and the bottom half of his face due to his screwing around with necromancy. Though it's been restored a couple times, as well as being turned pitch black (momentarily) by absorbing pure undiluted Undead Blight. Eventually Jacob [[spoiler: gets his body completely restored, and seems to be keeping it that way after a HeelFaceTurn]].

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* ''Webcomic/DominicDeegan'': Dominic's older brother Jacob is missing most of the flesh from one arm and the bottom half of his face due to his screwing around with necromancy. Though it's been restored a couple times, as well as being turned pitch black (momentarily) by absorbing pure undiluted Undead Blight. Eventually Jacob [[spoiler: gets [[spoiler:gets his body completely restored, and seems to be keeping it that way after a HeelFaceTurn]].



* Linkara's robot double Mechakara in ''WebVideo/AtopTheFourthWall'' has a mechanical left hand. [[spoiler: Which makes for an absolutely wonderful piece of foreshadowing later on.]]

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* Linkara's robot double Mechakara in ''WebVideo/AtopTheFourthWall'' has a mechanical left hand. [[spoiler: Which [[spoiler:Which makes for an absolutely wonderful piece of foreshadowing later on.]]



** Zuko's [[GoodScarsEvilScars scar]] and [[ExpositoryHairstyleChange hair]] are used to mark him as a bad guy. [[spoiler: [[HeelFaceTurn After turning good]], he changes his hair to make his scar look less ugly. We also find out that he ''got'' the scar from his father as punishment for what was actually a PetTheDog moment; the scar is actually proof that he is ''redeemable''.]]

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** Zuko's [[GoodScarsEvilScars scar]] and [[ExpositoryHairstyleChange hair]] are used to mark him as a bad guy. [[spoiler: [[HeelFaceTurn [[spoiler:[[HeelFaceTurn After turning good]], he changes his hair to make his scar look less ugly. We also find out that he ''got'' the scar from his father as punishment for what was actually a PetTheDog moment; the scar is actually proof that he is ''redeemable''.]]
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* [[HistoricalDomainCharacter Woodes Rogers]] in ''AssassinsCreedIVBlackFlag'' has a ghastly wound on his left cheek that he got during a battle with the Spanish navy, and is also one of the Templars, the main villains throughout the series. Naturally, Rogers becomes a key antagonist later on in the story and shows up at Nassau to put an end to Ben Hornigold's attempted Pirate Republic, and is one of the last targets Edward must kill in the entire game.

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* [[HistoricalDomainCharacter Woodes Rogers]] in ''AssassinsCreedIVBlackFlag'' ''VideoGame/AssassinsCreedIVBlackFlag'' has a ghastly wound on his left cheek that he got during a battle with the Spanish navy, and is also one of the Templars, the main villains throughout the series. Naturally, Rogers becomes a key antagonist later on in the story and shows up at Nassau to put an end to Ben Hornigold's attempted Pirate Republic, and is one of the last targets Edward must kill in the entire game.
13th Jul '17 4:20:54 AM NightShade96
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** HarleyQuinn, in TheNew52 and DCRebirth, has fully, permanently bleached skin and hair, courtesy of the Joker. But it's a suitably mild red right hand for an increasingly sympathetic [[AntiHero antiheroine]]- while it means Harley is always perched on the edge of the UncannyValley, she still reads as an attractive woman, not a MonsterClown like the Joker himself.

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** HarleyQuinn, in TheNew52 the ComicBook/New52 and DCRebirth, ComicBook/DCRebirth, has fully, permanently bleached skin and hair, courtesy of the Joker. But it's a suitably mild red right hand for an increasingly sympathetic [[AntiHero antiheroine]]- while it means Harley is always perched on the edge of the UncannyValley, she still reads as an attractive woman, not a MonsterClown like the Joker himself.
8th Jul '17 9:36:44 AM nombretomado
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** [[DemonLordsAndArchdevils The demon lord]] Graz'zt is described as having shiny black skin, yellow eyes, fangs, six fingers on each hand, and six horns on his head. According to his entry on TheOtherWiki, "These fiendish traits are apparent, regardless of whatever form Graz'zt chooses to take."

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** [[DemonLordsAndArchdevils The demon lord]] Graz'zt is described as having shiny black skin, yellow eyes, fangs, six fingers on each hand, and six horns on his head. According to his entry on TheOtherWiki, Wiki/TheOtherWiki, "These fiendish traits are apparent, regardless of whatever form Graz'zt chooses to take."
4th Jul '17 7:04:03 AM CaptainTedium
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* The first season of ''WesternAnimation/PoundPuppies1980s'' featured a minor recurring villain named Captain Slaughter, his most distinguishing trait being that his right hand was a huge robotic prosthetic.
22nd Jun '17 3:02:57 AM TheKaizerreich
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* The age old stereotype against left-handed people. ''Sinister'' comes from the Latin word for "left", and "dextrous" from the word for "right" in all senses. Possibly related to two things: first, the old-fashioned rule-of-thumb hygiene standards that are still used in modern strict Islamic regions: left hands are for [[UncleanlinessIsNextToUngodliness wiping]], and second, the handshake. While today we clasp and shake hands, the tradition in older civilisations was to grasp the ''forearm'' of the person you were greeting and vice-versa, which demonstrated that there really was NothingUpMySleeve to both parties. Unless, of course, one of those parties was left-handed, in which case they could be concealing a weapon there.

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* The age old stereotype against left-handed people.ASinisterClue trope, i.e. "left-handed/sided = evil". ''Sinister'' comes from the Latin word for "left", and "dextrous" from the word for "right" in all senses. Possibly related to two things: first, the old-fashioned rule-of-thumb hygiene standards that are still used in modern strict Islamic regions: left hands are for [[UncleanlinessIsNextToUngodliness wiping]], and second, the handshake. While today we clasp and shake hands, the tradition in older civilisations was to grasp the ''forearm'' of the person you were greeting and vice-versa, which demonstrated that there really was NothingUpMySleeve to both parties. Unless, of course, one of those parties was left-handed, in which case they could be concealing a weapon there.
13th Jun '17 12:37:58 PM Njein
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** ''Film/{{Spectre}}: The villain ends up with [[spoiler: Blofeld's iconic scarred eye by the end of the film.]]

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** ''Film/{{Spectre}}: ''Film/{{Spectre}}'': The villain ends up with [[spoiler: Blofeld's iconic scarred eye by the end of the film.]]
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