: A birthmark marks a character as special in some way, possibly as The Chosen One
- Straight: Susie has a birthmark on her arm in the shape of a sun, meaning she's The Chosen One.
- Exaggerated: Susie has an enormous and unsubtle birthmark over much of her face and neck, which just so happens to be sun-shaped if you look at the whole thing.
- Downplayed: ???
- Justified: Susie's mother was visited during her pregnancy by a supernatural force that blessed her unborn daughter with magical powers.
- Double Subverted: But The Call was wrong again, and as it turns out, Susie has a second birthmark which is the correct marker.
- Parodied: Susie's birthmark is in an embarrassing place, such as on her behind, or incredibly tiny, such as a small mark between her toes.
- Zig Zagged: A lot of birthmark is involved in the plot, and the story often played with which is the true mark of The Chosen One.
- Enforced: The writer add a birthmark because the producer want sell some fake tattoo.
- Lampshaded: "Well, I was born with a birthmark in the shape of a SUN. Obviously, I was destined for something."
- Invoked: the Chooser Of The Chosen One assumes he must be looking for someone with a birthmark because of this.
- Exploited: A deceptive mentor uses this as proof that someone is The Chosen One, when in reality, he's just trying to manipulate that person for his own gain.
- Defied: Despite having a sun-shaped birthmark that clearly seems "special," Susie is determined to refuse the call and live a normal life.
- Discussed: Susie and her friends wonder if their birthmarks mean anything, beside the fact that they have skin anomalies.
- Conversed: ???
- Deconstructed: Due to the association of birthmarks with special powers, people with large or visible birthmarks are ostracized and are poorly treated by society.
- Reconstructed: ...But after Susie defeats the Big Bad, she sets an example for the populace and gives them a lecture or two about prejudice.
Hmm, is that the Birthmark of Destiny
on your arm?