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24th May '18 3:18:46 AM Ninamarie124
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12th Apr '18 5:54:37 PM JMQwilleran
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* In the ''Literature/TheMysteriousBenedictSociety'' books, Reynie Muldoon. Towards the beginning of the first book, he is described as being "...the least noticeable of boys. He was of average size, of an average pale complexion, his brown hair was of average length, and he wore average clothes." Later in the same book, he and Kate are spying on activities in the gym at the Learning Institute for the Very Enlightened when he is suddenly spotted by S.Q. Pedalian. However, he doesn't get caught because, as Kate explains...
-->They were questioning students when Constance and I came down the hill. Nobody saw you. Jackson asked us and we told the same story. He was yelling at S.Q.: "Is that really the best you can say? An average-looking boy? An awful lot of boys are average-looking, S.Q.!" And, poor S.Q., he just kept arguing that ''this'' boy was ''especially'' average-looking. Jackson seemed ready to strangle him.
11th Apr '18 1:59:48 PM ReaderAt2046
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* Juleka is made this by magic in ''[[https://archiveofourown.org/works/13627575/chapters/31873266 The Downfall Akuma]]'', to facilitate her work as an assassin and bodyguard.
10th Apr '18 1:32:46 PM costanton11
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* A magic item described in a base Franchise/WorldOfDarkness splatbook called ''Reliquary'' also does this

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* A magic item described in a base Franchise/WorldOfDarkness Franchise/TheWorldOfDarkness splatbook called ''Reliquary'' also does this
7th Apr '18 10:42:27 AM nombretomado
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* A magic item described in a base WorldOfDarkness splatbook called ''Reliquary'' also does this

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* A magic item described in a base WorldOfDarkness Franchise/WorldOfDarkness splatbook called ''Reliquary'' also does this
18th Feb '18 8:24:54 AM gb00393
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* ''Series/GameOfThrones'': Bronn is grungy, unkempt, unshaven, and constantly wears the same black leather armour even when he can afford better clothes. That way, he stays blended into the background until it's too late for you to realise he's a lot more dangerous than you gave him credit for.

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* ''Series/GameOfThrones'': ''Series/GameOfThrones'':
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Bronn is grungy, unkempt, unshaven, and constantly wears the same black leather armour even when he can afford better clothes. That way, he stays blended into the background until it's too late for you to realise he's a lot more dangerous than you gave him credit for.for.
** The Tickler has a totally average, unremarkable appearance and carries out his horrible actions with casual nonchalance.
17th Feb '18 10:10:26 AM Andyroid
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* Wallflower Blush from ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyEquestriaGirlsForgottenFriendship'' is constantly ignored and forgotten about by everyone else at Canterlot High, even by people she's just talked to. [[spoiler: It's what drives her to use the Memory Stone to erase everyone's positive memories of Sunset Shimmer, forcing them to only remember her as she was before her HeelFaceTurn.]]
26th Jan '18 5:19:28 PM Drope
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This can be used to help the reader/viewer/player to imagine the character as themselves, resulting in a FeaturelessProtagonist. When it's aided by magic or scientific {{Phlebotinum}} it usually involves a PerceptionFilter. Related to HeWhoMustNotBeSeen. Compare TheSpook, SuspectIsHatless, BeneathSuspicion and BeneathNotice. Occasionally TheMenInBlack achieve this. Extreme examples tend to become outright ForgettableCharacters.

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This can be used to help the reader/viewer/player to imagine the character as themselves, resulting in a FeaturelessProtagonist. When it's aided by magic or scientific {{Phlebotinum}} it usually involves a PerceptionFilter. Related to HeWhoMustNotBeSeen. Compare TheSpook, SuspectIsHatless, BeneathSuspicion and BeneathNotice. Occasionally TheMenInBlack achieve this. Extreme examples tend to become outright ForgettableCharacters.
{{Forgettable Character}}s.
26th Jan '18 5:18:41 PM Drope
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This can be used to help the reader/viewer/player to imagine the character as themselves, resulting in a FeaturelessProtagonist. When it's aided by magic or scientific {{Phlebotinum}} it usually involves a PerceptionFilter. Related to HeWhoMustNotBeSeen. Compare TheSpook, SuspectIsHatless, BeneathSuspicion and BeneathNotice. Occasionally TheMenInBlack achieve this.

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This can be used to help the reader/viewer/player to imagine the character as themselves, resulting in a FeaturelessProtagonist. When it's aided by magic or scientific {{Phlebotinum}} it usually involves a PerceptionFilter. Related to HeWhoMustNotBeSeen. Compare TheSpook, SuspectIsHatless, BeneathSuspicion and BeneathNotice. Occasionally TheMenInBlack achieve this.
this. Extreme examples tend to become outright ForgettableCharacters.
16th Jan '18 5:36:40 PM dinobotTM2
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* Creator/ChristopherLloyd as a [[ManOfWealthAndTaste gentlemanly armed robber]] in ''Film/TwentyBucks'' states as a "life lesson" that "a [[SharpDressedMan well-dressed man]] is invisible."

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* Creator/ChristopherLloyd as a [[ManOfWealthAndTaste gentlemanly armed robber]] in ''Film/TwentyBucks'' states as a "life lesson" that "a [[SharpDressedMan well-dressed man]] is invisible."invisible", in that people will only remember the clothes, not the face.
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