The current image was chosen in an Image Pickin' thread, but on the discussion page a newbie claimed that it was a spoiler and someone else agreed with them. Admittedly, it doesn't seem like a big one, but feedback would be appreciated.
I wanted to find a good pic of Zasalamel, or maybe Reisen, but I didn't find any good pics. As it is, I think the suggested ones in #6 are good enough.
While that's TRS matter, it's very often actually called Evil Eye even when not actually evil. I think.
Yeah, for example, in Japanese any "eye with supernatural powers" is called magan, which literally means "demon/magic/evil eye" (the first kanji has three separate but related meanings; "evil" comes from "demon" being an "evil spirit").
Image suggestions: Mio Sakamoto◊ from Strike Witches using her "Enhanced Visual Acuity" magic which detects an enemy weakness. For those wondering about the Eye Patch she's lifting, she normally wears it over the eye because she can't turn it off.
Wait, does detecting an enemy's weakness count as "power over (user's) perception", subtype "clairvoyance"? If not, why not use a pic of Lelouch Lamperouge's Mind Control Geass eye activating in the first episode of Code Geass?
I think the character must know a certain Britannian prince, who would also be a good example- those are a good illustration of the eye "in action" though. I do kind of like the Naruto example as well as the Fullmetal Alchemist one though.