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24th Aug '17 4:28:03 AM jormis29
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* In any of Butch Hartman's works (''WesternAnimation/FairlyOddParents, WesternAnimation/DannyPhantom, WesternAnimation/TUFFPuppy''), there are characters with pink or purple eyes, and pretty much nobody (including non-white characters) with brown eyes. The only one with brown eyes was the principal in ''Danny Phantom''.

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* In any of Butch Hartman's Creator/ButchHartman's works (''WesternAnimation/FairlyOddParents, WesternAnimation/DannyPhantom, WesternAnimation/TUFFPuppy''), there are characters with pink or purple eyes, and pretty much nobody (including non-white characters) with brown eyes. The only one with brown eyes was the principal in ''Danny Phantom''.
16th Aug '17 9:08:06 PM Crossover-Enthusiast
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Supertrope is ExoticEyeDesigns, which is for any thing about eyes, being different.

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Supertrope is ExoticEyeDesigns, which is for any thing about eyes, eyes being different.
16th Aug '17 6:13:09 PM Malady
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Supertrope is ExoticEyeDesigns, which is for any thing about eyes, being different.
8th Aug '17 8:53:39 AM Lymantria
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** Liam Ironarm the Shang Dragon, one of Alanna's lovers, has [[KaleidoscopeEyes magical Mood Ring-esque]] eyes.

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** Liam Ironarm the Shang Dragon, one of Alanna's lovers, has [[KaleidoscopeEyes [[MoodRingEyes magical Mood Ring-esque]] eyes.



* If you're a fanfiction writer with MarySue issues trying to defend the odd eye color of your Sue spawn with her sparkling technicolor eyes as ''legal'', look no further than ''TabletopGame/DungeonsAndDragons''! The [[TabletopGames tabletop roleplaying game]] offers enough races with oddly colored eyes to fill a Monster Manual just with them, especially in 3rd edition. Basically, ''any'' color you can think of, even metallic gold and silver, can be yours, just pick the right fantasy race: goblinoids, [[OurDragonsAreDifferent half-dragons]], various [[OurElvesAreBetter elven subraces]] like sea elves, moon elves, gold elves and the [[AlwaysChaoticEvil evil]] [[MySpeciesDothProtestTooMuch drow]] elves, the [[OurMonstersAreDifferent planetouched races]] descended from angels, demons or elemental creatures, the list if endless. Throw shapeshifters into the mix, and you can even justify KaleidoscopeEyes that change color according to the MarySue's mood, such as the Changeling race from ''TabletopGame/{{Eberron}}'' (humanoid descendants of human/doppelganger mating who are able to modify their outward appearance at a whim and change internal organs sufficiently that they can functionally change their gender)! [[KaleidoscopeEyes Mood-ring eyes]] are always a favorite with Sues.

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* If you're a fanfiction writer with MarySue issues trying to defend the odd eye color of your Sue spawn with her sparkling technicolor eyes as ''legal'', look no further than ''TabletopGame/DungeonsAndDragons''! The [[TabletopGames tabletop roleplaying game]] offers enough races with oddly colored eyes to fill a Monster Manual just with them, especially in 3rd edition. Basically, ''any'' color you can think of, even metallic gold and silver, can be yours, just pick the right fantasy race: goblinoids, [[OurDragonsAreDifferent half-dragons]], various [[OurElvesAreBetter elven subraces]] like sea elves, moon elves, gold elves and the [[AlwaysChaoticEvil evil]] [[MySpeciesDothProtestTooMuch drow]] elves, the [[OurMonstersAreDifferent planetouched races]] descended from angels, demons or elemental creatures, the list if endless. Throw shapeshifters into the mix, and you can even justify KaleidoscopeEyes MoodRingEyes that change color according to the MarySue's mood, such as the Changeling race from ''TabletopGame/{{Eberron}}'' (humanoid descendants of human/doppelganger mating who are able to modify their outward appearance at a whim and change internal organs sufficiently that they can functionally change their gender)! [[KaleidoscopeEyes [[MoodRingEyes Mood-ring eyes]] are always a favorite with Sues.



* Meta Knight from the ''VideoGame/{{Kirby}}'' series has yellow eyes, but only [[spoiler:when seen through his mask; when it falls off, his face is [[TheReveal revealed]] to be similar to Kirby's, with white eyes]]. In the [[Anime/KirbyOfTheStars anime adaption]], they [[KaleidoscopeEyes change depending on his mood]].

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* Meta Knight from the ''VideoGame/{{Kirby}}'' series has yellow eyes, but only [[spoiler:when seen through his mask; when it falls off, his face is [[TheReveal revealed]] to be similar to Kirby's, with white eyes]]. In the [[Anime/KirbyOfTheStars anime adaption]], they [[KaleidoscopeEyes [[MoodRingEyes change depending on his mood]].



* ''VideoGame/GuiltyGear'' plays with this a bit. Having {{red eyes|TakeWarning}} is [[MarkOfTheSupernatural a telltale sign that a person is a Gear]]... but there are other non-Gear characters who sport that eye color such as Chipp (human), Izuna ({{youkai}}), and Valentine ([[AmbiguouslyHuman Backyarder]]). There also exists Gears who lack red eyes entirely ([[SupernaturalGoldEyes gold]] is the likeliest bet, though Ky's part-Gear son Sin has an emerald-colored eye); due to [[DependingOnTheArtist stylistic differences between artists]], this includes Gears like [[spoiler:Sol]] and Justice at times, although red is the preferred color in most depictions. Meanwhile, I-No has KaleidoscopeEyes that, as displayed in ''Xrd'', commonly shift between different hues of {{green|Eyes}}, blue, and {{yellow|EyesOfSneakiness}}--[[MismatchedEyes sometimes concurrently]].

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* ''VideoGame/GuiltyGear'' plays with this a bit. Having {{red eyes|TakeWarning}} is [[MarkOfTheSupernatural a telltale sign that a person is a Gear]]... but there are other non-Gear characters who sport that eye color such as Chipp (human), Izuna ({{youkai}}), and Valentine ([[AmbiguouslyHuman Backyarder]]). There also exists Gears who lack red eyes entirely ([[SupernaturalGoldEyes gold]] is the likeliest bet, though Ky's part-Gear son Sin has an emerald-colored eye); due to [[DependingOnTheArtist stylistic differences between artists]], this includes Gears like [[spoiler:Sol]] and Justice at times, although red is the preferred color in most depictions. Meanwhile, I-No has KaleidoscopeEyes [[EyeColorChange color-changing eyes]] that, as displayed in ''Xrd'', commonly shift between different hues of {{green|Eyes}}, blue, and {{yellow|EyesOfSneakiness}}--[[MismatchedEyes sometimes concurrently]].



** Sollux, being as Gemini-themed as a single character can get, has eyes a'la 3D glasses: one entirely red and one entirely blue. The colours can even [[KaleidoscopeEyes switch back and forth]], until Eridan blinds him via magic/science and they turn solid black. After he [[spoiler:half-dies]], he has one all-white eyeball while the other is still solid black, and things "look 2D."

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** Sollux, being as Gemini-themed as a single character can get, has eyes a'la 3D glasses: one entirely red and one entirely blue. The colours can even [[KaleidoscopeEyes [[EyeColorChange switch back and forth]], until Eridan blinds him via magic/science and they turn solid black. After he [[spoiler:half-dies]], he has one all-white eyeball while the other is still solid black, and things "look 2D."
27th Jul '17 4:11:59 AM Melkior
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* ''Webcomic/YoungerDays'' has Max, a boy who is 9 years old but looks more like a 4yo and has violet eyes.
17th Jul '17 9:50:08 AM Zxzyzx
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* ''Franchise/TheLegendOfZelda'' has the Sheikah, who seem to have red eyes, and the Gerudo, who have yellow or amber eyes.

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* ''Franchise/TheLegendOfZelda'' has the Sheikah, who seem to have red eyes, and the Gerudo, who have yellow or amber eyes. Many other characters, bosses and mooks have at least some red in their eye too, especially when ''Main/GoForTheEye'' is invoked.
** There's also the Twili in [[VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaTwilightPrincess Twilight Princess]]. Normal Twili seem to have fully red eyes, and there's also [[spoiler:Midna who has striking red irises with yellow sclera and Zant who has more orange eyes.]]
15th Jul '17 7:58:40 PM Malady
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Authors seem to like giving characters funny-colored eyes. [[YouGottaHaveBlueHair Hair too]]. Often the colors are pretty much never found in life. Common ones include [[SupernaturalGoldEyes gold]] (not to be confused with the Amber Brown eyes that are, in fact, naturally occurring), [[RedEyesTakeWarning red]] (as would exist in albinism only), {{purple| eyes}}, [[ProphetEyes pale silver]], mixed, and various other brilliant shades you're unlikely to see on anyone not wearing colored contacts and in [[KaleidoscopeEyes some cases]] not even then.

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Authors seem to like giving characters funny-colored eyes. [[YouGottaHaveBlueHair Hair too]]. Often the colors are pretty much never found in life. Common ones include [[SupernaturalGoldEyes gold]] (not to be confused with the Amber Brown eyes that are, in fact, naturally occurring), [[RedEyesTakeWarning red]] (as would exist in albinism only), {{purple| eyes}}, [[ProphetEyes pale silver]], mixed, and various other brilliant shades you're unlikely to see on anyone not wearing colored contacts and in [[KaleidoscopeEyes some cases]] cases not even then.
15th Jul '17 8:43:28 AM Malady
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* KaleidoscopeEyes, which actually ''change'' color.
* PurpleEyes, likewise.

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* KaleidoscopeEyes, which actually ''change'' color.
EyeColorChange
* PurpleEyes, likewise.PurpleEyes
10th Jun '17 8:58:30 AM nombretomado
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* In the WhateleyUniverse, distinctive eye colors are explicitly common among mutants; something in the process of their powers starting to kick in causes their eye color to change, and pretty often the end result is something considered rare in the normal human population.

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* In the WhateleyUniverse, Literature/WhateleyUniverse, distinctive eye colors are explicitly common among mutants; something in the process of their powers starting to kick in causes their eye color to change, and pretty often the end result is something considered rare in the normal human population.
21st May '17 12:51:48 PM nombretomado
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* [[http://wanderers-library.wikidot.com/the-woman-in-the-mountain The Woman in the Mountain]] from TheWanderersLibrary has eyes with the coloration reversed. The pupils are white, with black irises and green sclera.

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* [[http://wanderers-library.wikidot.com/the-woman-in-the-mountain The Woman in the Mountain]] from TheWanderersLibrary ''Wiki/TheWanderersLibrary'' has eyes with the coloration reversed. The pupils are white, with black irises and green sclera.
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