05:28:50 AM May 10th 2013
Do superpowerful androids count under this when they have golden eyes?
08:14:28 AM May 16th 2013
... so Shadow Labrys from Persona 4: Arena would count, then.
09:06:25 AM Apr 5th 2013
Again, nitpicking here: Not all legit examples are 'supernatural' per se. Some are just a more subtle version of Red Eyes! Take Warning, and often indicate trickster characters. In the case of Avatar: The Last Airbender, they were used to indicate members of the Fire Nation. This new trope title merely implies the character is supernatural, even though it covers many non-supernatural cases.
12:48:38 AM Apr 6th 2013
The trope definition is "Gold eyes indicate that a character is supernatural" not "a character has gold eyes and it may mean something." It covers absolutely zero non-supernatural cases and all non-supernatural cases are misuse.
09:17:38 PM May 10th 2013
NOT TRUE. It may just indicate the fact that a character is a trickster. Moderators are wrong sometimes , like now.
02:17:24 AM May 11th 2013
Moderators are wrong sometimes, but not like now. Read the trope description. It is very clearly supernatural-only, with no non-supernatural examples allowed. If there are some, they should be removed, because they do not fit the trope. Gold Eyes For A Trickster should be taken to YKTTW and examples of it do not belong here.
03:49:53 AM Dec 4th 2012
Does it count when there are other, far more obvious signs that someone is supernatural, for example horns?
08:16:35 AM Dec 4th 2012
Yes, it does not have to be the only sign that they are supernatural. There just can't be a bunch of random mundane people with gold eyes running around as well.
06:54:12 AM Nov 13th 2012
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