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* ''Series/JekyllAndHyde2015'': Robert Jekyll's eyes flash bright blue whenever he is bordering on or fully transforming into Hyde.


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* In ''WesternAnimation/OperationZERO'', the Delightful Children from Down the Lane lose their blue MindControlEyes when [[spoiler: they are temporarily un-Delightfulized and revert to their old selves, the lost and legendary Sector Z. Numbuhs 0.4 and 0.3 have dark brown eyes, 0.2 has green ones, and 0.1's are dark blue. Numbuh 0.5 wears sunglasses that obscure her eyes, but it can be assumed that they too turned back to normal.]]



* In ''WesternAnimation/OperationZERO'', the Delightful Children from Down the Lane lose their blue MindControlEyes when [[spoiler: they are temporarily un-Delightfulized and revert to their old selves, the lost and legendary Sector Z. Numbuhs 0.4 and 0.3 have dark brown eyes, 0.2 has green ones, and 0.1's are dark blue. Numbuh 0.5 wears sunglasses that obscure her eyes, but it can be assumed that they too turned back to normal.]]



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* In {{Literature/Dune}}, people exposed to the Spice Melange develop brilliant blue eyes. This includes the ''whites'' of their eyes turning blue, not just the iris. This is significant for a number of reasons: Mentats consume spice in order to increase the processing capacity of their brains, and their blue eyes are a sign of their super-human abilities. The Fremen inhabitants of Arrakis also develop the eyes due to their constant proximity to the spice. So when Paul Atreides' eyes turn blue, it symbolizes his transition into a Fremen warrior.
* In the ''Literature/BlackJewels'' novels: Jaenelle Angelline's eyes turn from "summer-sky" blue to "sapphire" when she's in Witch mode.

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* In {{Literature/Dune}}, people exposed to ''Literature/AuroraCycle'':
** Auri's [[MismatchedEyes right eye]] turns permanently white [[spoiler:when she uses her [[{{Precursors}} Eshvaren]] powers for
the Spice Melange develop brilliant blue eyes. This includes first time while conscious]].
** [[spoiler:When Cat is [[TheVirus infected]] by
the ''whites'' of their [[BotanicalAbomination Ra'haam]] pollen on Octavia III, the first visible sign is her eyes turning blue, not just the iris. This is significant for a number of reasons: Mentats consume spice in order from brown to increase the processing capacity of their brains, and their blue eyes are a sign of their super-human abilities. The Fremen inhabitants of Arrakis also develop the eyes due to their constant proximity to the spice. So when Paul Atreides' eyes turn blue, it symbolizes his transition into a Fremen warrior.
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* In the ''Literature/BlackJewels'' novels: ''Literature/BlackJewels'': Jaenelle Angelline's eyes turn from "summer-sky" blue to "sapphire" when she's in Witch mode.



* Eyes are often very important in Chris D'Lacey's ''[[Literature/{{Dragons}} Last Dragon Chronicles]]''. If it mentions someone's eye color more than once, it's a good bet that it has either changed or will change soon. Brown, blue, green, black, and violet are the most common.

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* Eyes are often very important in Chris D'Lacey's ''[[Literature/{{Dragons}} Last ''Literature/{{Dragons}}''/''Last Dragon Chronicles]]''.Chronicles''. If it mentions someone's eye color more than once, it's a good bet that it has either changed or will change soon. Brown, blue, green, black, and violet are the most common.common.
* In ''{{Literature/Dune}}'', people exposed to the Spice Melange develop brilliant blue eyes. This includes the ''whites'' of their eyes turning blue, not just the iris. This is significant for a number of reasons: Mentats consume spice in order to increase the processing capacity of their brains, and their blue eyes are a sign of their super-human abilities. The Fremen inhabitants of Arrakis also develop the eyes due to their constant proximity to the spice. So when Paul Atreides' eyes turn blue, it symbolizes his transition into a Fremen warrior.



* ''Literature/TailchasersSong'': Eyeshimmer's eyes turn from his normal milky blue to a deep blackish-blue when he uses his [[{{Seer}} farsenser]] powers.



* ''Literature/TailchasersSong'': Eyeshimmer's eyes turn from his normal milky blue to a deep blackish-blue when he uses his [[{{Seer}} farsenser]] powers.



** The Ood gain RedEyesTakeWarning whenever something else is directly controlling them. We eventually find the red eyes just represents their psychic network in action and normally isn't a sign of danger. In a much later episode, an Ood possessed the villain of the week has his eyes turn ''green.''

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** The Ood gain RedEyesTakeWarning whenever something else is directly controlling them. We eventually find the red eyes just represents their psychic network in action and normally isn't a sign of danger. In a [[Recap/DoctorWhoS32E4TheDoctorsWife much later episode, episode]], an Ood possessed the villain of the week has his eyes turn ''green.''''green''.



** Oscar is the first character introduced with [[TechnicolorEyes heterochromia iridum]]; his eyes are predominantly green, but a faint yellow circle borders the pupils and the green irises contain a segment of solid brown. He has the ability to do what Qrow describes as a 'parlour trick'; upon activating the ability, the yellow bordering his pupils flash, visibly filling his irises with a solid gold that flares like light before appearing to fade back to their normal colour. However, for as long as the ability is active, his reflection will reveal that his eyes are still solid gold. [[spoiler:Ozpin was cursed thousands of years ago to walk the earth for as long as Salem remains a threat; instead of dying, his soul, Aura, memories and abilities hop to a new host. Oscar is Ozpin's latest host and the brown speck in his green eyes is the same shade as Ozpin's brass-coloured eyes; when he lets Ozpin take control of his body, his body pulses and his eyes turn gold.]]

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** Oscar is the first character introduced with [[TechnicolorEyes heterochromia iridum]]; his eyes are predominantly green, but a faint yellow circle borders the pupils and the green irises contain a segment of solid brown. He has the ability to do what Qrow describes as a 'parlour trick'; "parlour trick"; upon activating the ability, the yellow bordering his pupils flash, visibly filling his irises with a solid gold that flares like light before appearing to fade back to their normal colour. However, for as long as the ability is active, his reflection will reveal that his eyes are still solid gold. [[spoiler:Ozpin was cursed thousands of years ago to walk the earth for as long as Salem remains a threat; instead of dying, his soul, Aura, memories and abilities hop to a new host. Oscar is Ozpin's latest host and the brown speck in his green eyes is the same shade as Ozpin's brass-coloured eyes; when he lets Ozpin take control of his body, his body pulses and his eyes turn gold.]]



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* In the ''Temeraire'' and ''Assassin's Creed'' crossover universe of ''Fanfic/TradeWinds'', using Eagle Vision causes the user's irises to gain a glowing golden ring around the outside, which is how the Chinese delegation realized, in the dark, that Desmond Miles has the prized, allegedly-for-royalty-only "Dragon's Eye", as they call it. Nobody else who isn't in the know seems to notice this- but it's possible only those with the Eagle Vision ability can see it -and when dragons use their Eagle Vision, this doesn't happen to their eyes.

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* Zig-zag: On a 1974 telecast of the game show ''Series/{{Tattletales}}'', panelist Harvey Korman represented the blue section and liked it since he said his podium matches his eyes. Guest host Gene Rayburn looked closer and said Harvey's eyes were green. Harvey, in Paul Lynde voice spluttered, "Oh, go away! They're blue!"
-->'''Harvey Korman:''' (''aside'') Why am I talking like Paul Lynde??


* ''VisualNovel/DanganRonpa'''s Fukawa has eyes that change from a soft pinkish-grey to [[RedEyesTakeWarning bright red]] when [[spoiler:her SplitPersonality [[SerialKiller Genocider Syo]] is in charge.]]

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* ''VisualNovel/DanganRonpa'''s ''VisualNovel/DanganronpaTriggerHappyHavoc'''s Fukawa has eyes that change from a soft pinkish-grey to [[RedEyesTakeWarning bright red]] when [[spoiler:her SplitPersonality [[SerialKiller Genocider Syo]] is in charge.]]

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* ''Literature/TailchasersSong'': Eyeshimmer's eyes turn from his normal milky blue to a deep blackish-blue when he uses his [[{{Seer}} farsenser]] powers.

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* ''Series/TheFortyFourHundred'': In "Being Tom Baldwin", Isabelle makes her eyes green so that they will match the dress that Matthew Ross gave her.


* In ''VideoGame/{{Xenosaga}}''KOS-MOS's normally red eyes turn blue [[spoiler: when the hidden soul of Mary Magdalene-yes, THAT Mary Magdalene-takes over her body.]] Notably, they turn blue when she uses the hiterto unknown X-Buster to absorb the Gnosis, when she saves the Elsa from burning up in the atmosphere, and two times when she saved Shion and Allen, Shion only finding out about this part of KOS-MOS the second rescue.

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* In ''VideoGame/{{Xenosaga}}''KOS-MOS's ''VideoGame/{{Xenosaga}} ''KOS-MOS's normally red eyes turn blue [[spoiler: when the hidden soul of Mary Magdalene-yes, THAT Mary Magdalene-takes over her body.]] Notably, they turn blue when she uses the hiterto unknown X-Buster to absorb the Gnosis, when she saves the Elsa from burning up in the atmosphere, and two times when she saved Shion and Allen, Shion only finding out about this part of KOS-MOS the second rescue.

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* Everyone in ''VideoGame/DigitalDevilSaga'' originally had uniform GreyEyes with [[EmptyEyes no pupils]]. Their eye colours change when they awaken to their emotions to [[CurtainsMatchTheWindows match their hair]].


** Android 21 of ''VideoGame/DragonBallFighterz'' has this [[spoiler: whenever her evil side takes full control]], having red-ring iris' on a black schlera just like Super Buu. Significantly, [[spoiler: Good 21 retains her normal blue eyes when in her Buu form, showing that she's in control as well as allowing the audience to tell the two apart]].

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** Android 21 of ''VideoGame/DragonBallFighterz'' ''VideoGame/DragonballFighterz'' has this [[spoiler: whenever her evil side takes full control]], having red-ring iris' irises on a black schlera sclera just like Super Buu. Significantly, [[spoiler: Good 21 retains her normal blue eyes when in her Buu form, showing that she's in control as well as allowing the audience to tell the two apart]].


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* Kathryn, the main heroine of ''Fanfic/TheHeartTrilogy'', was born with her father's golden brown eyes. However, when she had her first vision at the age of six as a {{Seer}}, her eyes turned permanently to violet. When [[spoiler:she dies at the end of ''Heart of Fire'', her eyes gain the color of molten gold. When she's resurrected in the beginning of ''Heart of Ashes'', her eyes remain golden because her connection to Raw Magic is damaged. Once Smaug fixes this, she regains her violet eyes]].

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* Kathryn, the main heroine of ''Fanfic/TheHeartTrilogy'', was born with her father's golden brown eyes. However, when she had her first vision at the age of six as a {{Seer}}, her eyes turned permanently to violet.purple permanently. When [[spoiler:she dies at the end of ''Heart of Fire'', her eyes gain the color of molten gold. When she's resurrected in the beginning of ''Heart of Ashes'', her eyes remain golden because her connection to [[WildMagic Raw Magic Magic]] is damaged. Once Smaug fixes this, she regains her violet purple eyes]].


* When Tigress hijacks ComicBook/{{Flare}}'s body in hope of learning about Teresa's mother, [[http://www.heroicmultiverse.com/flare/webcomic/index.php?pn=204 Teresa's eyes change from blue to green]].

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* When Tigress hijacks ComicBook/{{Flare}}'s body in hope of learning about Teresa's mother, [[http://www.heroicmultiverse.com/flare/webcomic/index.php?pn=204 Teresa's eyes change from blue to green]].green.]]


Supertrope to MoodRingEyes. Does not apply to a AdaptationDyeJob. See also ConvenientColorChange, GameFace, EyeLightsOut and DemonicPossession. A frequent feature of MindControlEyes.

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Supertrope to MoodRingEyes. Does not apply to a AdaptationDyeJob. See also ConvenientColorChange, GameFace, EyeLightsOut and DemonicPossession. A frequent feature of MindControlEyes.
MindControlEyes. Not to be confused with InconsistentColoring (also known as KaleidoscopeEyes), which is where a character's eyes may change colour due to a mistake or retcon on the artist's part.


* VisualNovel/DanganRonpa's Fukawa has eyes that change from a soft pinkish-grey to [[RedEyesTakeWarning bright red]] when [[spoiler:her SplitPersonality [[SerialKiller Genocider Syo]] is in charge.]]

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* VisualNovel/DanganRonpa's ''VisualNovel/DanganRonpa'''s Fukawa has eyes that change from a soft pinkish-grey to [[RedEyesTakeWarning bright red]] when [[spoiler:her SplitPersonality [[SerialKiller Genocider Syo]] is in charge.]]

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