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16th Jul '16 5:02:00 PM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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* ''Film/ItFollows'' has a demon that stalks its latest victim, Jay, that is [[InvisibleToNormals invisible to everyone except its current target]]. Jay has a moment of being DangerouslyGenreSavvy by luring the demon to a private swimming pool with her friends waiting outside the water. As soon as the demon gets in the water, her friends can see it. However, the demon proves DangerouslyGenreSavvy itself by diving underwater, which negates the advantage. Also, at one point, her friends throw a blanket over the demon so they can tell where it is.

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* ''Film/ItFollows'' has a demon that stalks its latest victim, Jay, that is [[InvisibleToNormals invisible to everyone except its current target]]. Jay has a moment of being DangerouslyGenreSavvy by luring lures the demon to a private swimming pool with her friends waiting outside the water. As soon as the demon gets in the water, her friends can see it. However, the demon proves DangerouslyGenreSavvy itself by diving dives underwater, which negates the advantage. Also, at one point, her friends throw a blanket over the demon so they can tell where it is.
11th Jul '16 6:17:30 PM Taxima
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* Though played with, this trope is used in ''Film/DareDevil''. The blind Daredevil is in a final confrontation with the Kingpin, and can't track him as normal to fight. In a moment of inspiration, Daredevil triggers the room's sprinkler system, [[SuperSenses his enhanced hearing]] catches the sound of the water on Kingpin's body which creates a "visible" form for him to fight.
10th Jul '16 3:30:43 PM Blazer
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* Similar to the case above, one episode of ''WesternAnimation/{{Rugrats}}'' has Angelica cover herself in "vanishing cream" when it seems that Phil and Lil, who only had a little bit put on, were actually invisible. What she hadn't known was that Didi convinced Drew to essentially ignore Angelica when she starts doing bad because she was just trying to get attention. However, his ignoring worked a little too well and, when Angelica couldn't get the dried up make up off of her, she began fearing that she was forever stuck invisible. When Drew saw how much Angelica was remorseful for what she did, he dropped the act and took her home to get her cleaned up.
10th Jul '16 3:23:54 PM Blazer
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-->'''Sulu:''' Target that explosion and ''fire''.
10th Jul '16 3:23:28 PM Blazer
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* In ''Film/StarTrekIIITheSearchForSpock'', Admiral Kirk takes notice of a strange distortion on the viewscreen as they get close to the Genesis Planet, but they don't realize it's a Bird-Of-Prey until it decloaks.
* In ''Film/StarTrekVITheUndiscoveredCountry'', to hunt down the cloaked Bird-Of-Prey kicking their ass, Spock and [=McCoy=] rig a photon torpedo to track down the plasma intake of the ship (as Uhura points out, "Thing's gotta have a tailpipe.") Once the torpedo strikes home, the ''Enterprise'' and ''Excelsior'' rain torpedoes until it blows up.
2nd Jul '16 12:16:54 PM sgamer82
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* Ryoutaro, the male lead of ''Manga/SukiXSuki'', is the one and only person who can see Touka Aizuki when she's using her invisibility powers. This would not be a problem in itself, except Touka is unaware of this fact ''and'' uses her invisibility to be close to him when she's otherwise too tsundere to speak to him any way except rudely.
2nd Jul '16 10:29:20 AM nombretomado
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* ''{{BIONICLE}}'': in the ''Mata Nui Online Game'', a [[MegaNeko Muaka]] manages to snatch Kopaka, who was using the mask of invisibility, in its jaws after determining where Kopaka was by looking at his footprints in the snow.

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* ''{{BIONICLE}}'': in ''Toys/{{BIONICLE}}'':
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the ''Mata Nui Online Game'', a [[MegaNeko Muaka]] manages to snatch Kopaka, who was using the mask of invisibility, in its jaws after determining where Kopaka was by looking at his footprints in the snow.
8th Jun '16 3:59:43 PM LoisB.Fan
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* In Sophia McDougall's ''Mars Evacuees'', both Stephanie and Alice Dare (mother and daughter) can see through the invisibility shields worn by the Morrors and which cloak their ships. They appear to have heightened visual ability, and "look out of the corner of their eyes".
14th May '16 12:55:53 PM Bissek
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* In Creator/LisaShearin's ''The Grendel Affair'', the heroine, who has TrueSight, is the only person who can see the titular Grendel attacking SPI's base because it's wearing a cloaking device. So she gets a paintball gun and tags the creature, at which point her more conventionally armed allies attack the paint.
14th May '16 12:19:16 PM Saber15
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* In ''Videogame/PlanetSide 2'', the infiltrator armor has a cloaking device whose invisibility ranges from almost completely invisible (crouching, stationary) to a highly visible shimmer (sprinting). Damaging an infiltrator causes their shields to flare up momentarily, and infiltrators running through shallow water create incredibly obvious splashes, making them particularly ineffective in the wide open flats of the Hossin swamps.
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