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* The protagonist of ''WebComic/TowerOfGod'' has golden eyes. He seems ordinary at first, but much of the story revolves around revealing how special he is, including magical talents that break the normal rules, and a special destiny.


* In ''Manga/{{Mao}}, Nanoka's eyes turn gold whenever she uses her non-human abilities.

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* In ''Manga/{{Mao}}, ''Manga/{{Mao}}'', Nanoka's eyes turn gold whenever she uses her non-human abilities.

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* In ''Manga/{{Mao}}, Nanoka's eyes turn gold whenever she uses her non-human abilities.


** Emmie appears in the related follow-up novel, ''Daughter of Hounds'', which also describes the ''[[Creator/HPLovecraft ghul]]'' as occasionally possessing this eye colour (which is [[JustifiedTrope not unreasonable]], as they are [[PettingZooPeople fairly]] canine in appearance).

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** Emmie appears in the related follow-up novel, ''Daughter of Hounds'', which also describes the ''[[Creator/HPLovecraft ghul]]'' as occasionally possessing this eye colour (which is [[JustifiedTrope not unreasonable]], as they are [[PettingZooPeople [[BeastMan fairly]] canine in appearance).


* Takanuva, Toa of Light has yellow eyes in ''WesternAnimation/{{Bionicle}}: Mask of Light'', representing [[CaptainObvious his light-based powers]]. His first toy also came with yellow eyes, though later incarnations changed them to lime green.

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* Takanuva, Toa of Light has yellow eyes in ''WesternAnimation/{{Bionicle}}: Mask of Light'', representing [[CaptainObvious his [[LightEmUp light-based powers]]. His first toy also came with yellow eyes, though later incarnations changed them to lime green.


* In the world of ''Literature/BlackJewels'', the three long-lived races have gold eyes. Most often described are those of Daemon Sadi, who is described from the start as resembling felines.

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* In the world of ''Literature/BlackJewels'', the three long-lived races have gold eyes. Most often described are those of Daemon Sadi, who is described from the start as resembling felines.felines'.

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* In Season 2 of ''Series/AmericanGods'', Bast, the Egyptian goddess of cats and protection, has golden eyes both in cat and human form, although her role is so small and her appearance so short that her eye color is essentially a FreezeFrameBonus.


** Golden or bright orange eyes are associated with TheHeartless and, by extension, the power of darkness - the only Heartless not to have yellow eyes are the small number that [[TheFaceless don't have visible faces]].
** Every incarnation of [[BigBad Xehanort]] has them, as do his CoDragons Saix and Xigbar. Terra's eyes turn yellow at the end of the ''Birth by Sleep'' trailer, foreshadowing what happens to him, and so have Aqua's in one of the ''[=KH3=]'' trailers. [[spoiler:In Saix and Xigbar's case, the eyes are a sign that they've been infected with Xehanort's darkness, turning them into yet more hosts.]]
** Vanitas has these under his mask due to being MadeOfEvil, and so does [[spoiler: Ven]] when Vanitas possesses him.
** [=DiZ=] / Ansem the Wise has orange eyes in both his disguised state (which looks like Xehanort in a red mask) and as his regular self.
* It's never directly commented on, but Alvin and Jude are the only two characters in ''VideoGame/TalesOfXillia'' with gold eyes. [[spoiler: This makes it an inversion of the trope, as both Jude and Alvin are of Elympian descent.]]

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** Golden or bright orange eyes are associated with TheHeartless and, by extension, the power of darkness - the only Heartless not to have yellow eyes are the small number that [[TheFaceless don't have visible faces]].
** Every Due to his extensive delving into the darkness, every incarnation of [[BigBad Xehanort]] has them, as do his CoDragons Saix Saïx and Xigbar. Terra's eyes turn yellow at the end of the ''Birth by Sleep'' trailer, foreshadowing what happens to him, and so have Aqua's in one of the ''[=KH3=]'' trailers. [[spoiler:In Saix and Xigbar's their case, the eyes are a sign that they've been infected with Xehanort's darkness, turning them into yet more hosts.hosts. This happens to several others in ''VideoGame/KingdomHeartsIII''.]]
** Vanitas has these under his mask due to being MadeOfEvil, and so does [[spoiler: Ven]] [[spoiler:Ventus]] when Vanitas possesses him.
** [=DiZ=] / Ansem the Wise has orange eyes in both his disguised state (which looks like Xehanort in a red mask) and as his regular self.
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* It's never directly commented on, but Alvin and Jude are the only two characters in ''VideoGame/TalesOfXillia'' with gold eyes. [[spoiler: This [[spoiler:This makes it an inversion of the trope, as both Jude and Alvin are of Elympian Elympion descent.]]



*** ''VideoGame/Persona5'' the main characters temporarily get golden eyes when they awaken their Personas. This comes to addition with the Shadow Selves and Personas who play this trope exactly as they did in the previous entry.

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*** ''VideoGame/Persona5'' the main characters temporarily get golden eyes when they awaken their Personas. This comes to in addition with to the Shadow Selves and Personas who play this trope exactly as they did in the previous entry.


* Caster, Tamamo-no-Mae from ''VideoGame/FateEXTRA'', ''VideoGame/FateGrandOrder'' and ''[[VideoGame/FateExtellaTheUmbralStar Fate/Extella series]]'' has her trademark golden eyes. This is because she is a Kitsune, [[spoiler:precisely the one from the famous legend of the [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tamamo-no-Mae Nine-Tailed Fox]] from [[Myth/JapaneseMythology Japanese Mythology]]]]. [[spoiler:She is also revealed to be [[PhysicalGod divine incarnation]] and the aspect of the Sun Goddess, [[Myth/JapaneseMythology Amaterasu]], herself]], which made her eyes even more of symbolic representation of what she is.

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* Caster, Tamamo-no-Mae from ''VideoGame/FateEXTRA'', ''VideoGame/FateGrandOrder'' and ''[[VideoGame/FateExtellaTheUmbralStar Fate/Extella Fate/Extella]] [[VideoGame/FateExtellaLink series]]'' has her trademark golden eyes. This is because she is a Kitsune, [[spoiler:precisely the one from the famous legend of the [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tamamo-no-Mae Nine-Tailed Fox]] from [[Myth/JapaneseMythology Japanese Mythology]]]]. [[spoiler:She is also revealed to be [[PhysicalGod divine incarnation]] and the aspect of the Sun Goddess, [[Myth/JapaneseMythology Amaterasu]], herself]], which made her eyes even more of symbolic representation of what she is.


* Caster, Tamamo-no-Mae from ''VideoGame/FateEXTRA'', ''VideoGame/FateGrandOrder'' and ''VideoGame/FateExtellaTheUmbralStar'' also has her trademark golden eyes. This is because she is a Kitsune, [[spoiler:precisely the one from the famous legend of the [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tamamo-no-Mae Nine-Tailed Fox]] from [[Myth/JapaneseMythology Japanese Mythology]]]]. [[spoiler:She is also revealed to be [[PhysicalGod divine incarnation]] and the aspect of the Sun Goddess, [[Myth/JapaneseMythology Amaterasu]], herself]], which made her eyes even more of symbolic representation of what she is.

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* Caster, Tamamo-no-Mae from ''VideoGame/FateEXTRA'', ''VideoGame/FateGrandOrder'' and ''VideoGame/FateExtellaTheUmbralStar'' also ''[[VideoGame/FateExtellaTheUmbralStar Fate/Extella series]]'' has her trademark golden eyes. This is because she is a Kitsune, [[spoiler:precisely the one from the famous legend of the [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tamamo-no-Mae Nine-Tailed Fox]] from [[Myth/JapaneseMythology Japanese Mythology]]]]. [[spoiler:She is also revealed to be [[PhysicalGod divine incarnation]] and the aspect of the Sun Goddess, [[Myth/JapaneseMythology Amaterasu]], herself]], which made her eyes even more of symbolic representation of what she is.


* Caster, Tamamo-no-Mae from ''VideoGame/FateEXTRA'', ''VideoGame/FateGrandOrder'' and ''VideoGame/FateExtellaTheUmbralStar'' also has her trademark golden eyes. This is because she is a Kitsune, [[spoiler:precisely the one from the famous legend of the [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tamamo-no-Mae Nine-Tailed Fox]] from [[Myth/JapaneseMythology Japanese Mythology]]]]. [[spoiler:She is also revealed to be a [[PhysicalGod divine incarnation]] and the aspect of the Sun Goddess, [[Myth/JapaneseMythology Amaterasu]], herself]], which made her eyes even more of symbolic representation of what she is.

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* Caster, Tamamo-no-Mae from ''VideoGame/FateEXTRA'', ''VideoGame/FateGrandOrder'' and ''VideoGame/FateExtellaTheUmbralStar'' also has her trademark golden eyes. This is because she is a Kitsune, [[spoiler:precisely the one from the famous legend of the [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tamamo-no-Mae Nine-Tailed Fox]] from [[Myth/JapaneseMythology Japanese Mythology]]]]. [[spoiler:She is also revealed to be a [[PhysicalGod divine incarnation]] and the aspect of the Sun Goddess, [[Myth/JapaneseMythology Amaterasu]], herself]], which made her eyes even more of symbolic representation of what she is.


* Caster, Tamamo-no-Mae from ''VideoGame/FateEXTRA'', ''VideoGame/FateGrandOrder'' and ''VideoGame/FateExtellaTheUmbralStar'' also has her trademark golden eyes. This is because she is a Kitsune, [[spoiler:precisely the one from the famous legend of the [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tamamo-no-Mae Nine-Tailed Fox]] from [[Myth/JapaneseMythology Japanese Mythology]]]]. [[spoiler:She is also revealed to be a [[SemiDivine divine incarnation]] and the aspect of the Sun Goddess, [[Myth/JapaneseMythology Amaterasu]], herself]], which made her eyes even more symbolic of what she is.

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* Caster, Tamamo-no-Mae from ''VideoGame/FateEXTRA'', ''VideoGame/FateGrandOrder'' and ''VideoGame/FateExtellaTheUmbralStar'' also has her trademark golden eyes. This is because she is a Kitsune, [[spoiler:precisely the one from the famous legend of the [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tamamo-no-Mae Nine-Tailed Fox]] from [[Myth/JapaneseMythology Japanese Mythology]]]]. [[spoiler:She is also revealed to be a [[SemiDivine [[PhysicalGod divine incarnation]] and the aspect of the Sun Goddess, [[Myth/JapaneseMythology Amaterasu]], herself]], which made her eyes even more of symbolic representation of what she is.


* Caster, Tamamo-no-Mae from ''VideoGame/FateEXTRA'', ''VideoGame/FateGrandOrder'' and ''VideoGame/FateExtellaTheUmbralStar'' also has her trademark golden eyes. This is because she is a Kitsune, [[spoiler:precisely the one from the famous legend of the Nine-tailed Fox from [[Myth/JapaneseMythology Japanese Mythology]]]]. [[spoiler:She is also revealed to be a [[SemiDivine divine incarnation]] and the aspect of the Sun Goddess, [[Myth/JapaneseMythology Amaterasu]], herself]], which made her eyes even more symbolic of what she is.

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* Caster, Tamamo-no-Mae from ''VideoGame/FateEXTRA'', ''VideoGame/FateGrandOrder'' and ''VideoGame/FateExtellaTheUmbralStar'' also has her trademark golden eyes. This is because she is a Kitsune, [[spoiler:precisely the one from the famous legend of the Nine-tailed Fox [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tamamo-no-Mae Nine-Tailed Fox]] from [[Myth/JapaneseMythology Japanese Mythology]]]]. [[spoiler:She is also revealed to be a [[SemiDivine divine incarnation]] and the aspect of the Sun Goddess, [[Myth/JapaneseMythology Amaterasu]], herself]], which made her eyes even more symbolic of what she is.


* Caster, Tamamo-no-Mae from ''VideoGame/FateEXTRA'', ''VideoGame/FateGrandOrder'' and ''VideoGame/FateExtellaTheUmbralStar'' also has her trademark golden eyes. This is because she is a Kitsune, [[spoiler:precisely the one from the famous legend of the Nine-tailed Fox from [[Myth/JapaneseMythology Japanese Mythology]]]]. [[spoiler:She is also revealed to be a [[SemiDivine divine incarnation]] and the aspect of the Sun Goddess, [[Myth/JapaneseMythology Amaterasu]], herself]], which made her eyes even more symbolic about what she is.

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* Caster, Tamamo-no-Mae from ''VideoGame/FateEXTRA'', ''VideoGame/FateGrandOrder'' and ''VideoGame/FateExtellaTheUmbralStar'' also has her trademark golden eyes. This is because she is a Kitsune, [[spoiler:precisely the one from the famous legend of the Nine-tailed Fox from [[Myth/JapaneseMythology Japanese Mythology]]]]. [[spoiler:She is also revealed to be a [[SemiDivine divine incarnation]] and the aspect of the Sun Goddess, [[Myth/JapaneseMythology Amaterasu]], herself]], which made her eyes even more symbolic about of what she is.


* Caster, Tamamo-no-Mae from ''VideoGame/FateEXTRA'', ''VideoGame/FateGrandOrder'' and ''VideoGame/FateExtellaTheUmbralStar'' also has her trademark golden eyes. This is because she is a Kitsune, [[spoiler:precisely the one from the famous legend of the Nine-tailed Fox from [[JapaneseMythology Japanese Mythology]]]]. [[spoiler:She is also revealed to be a [[SemiDivine divine incarnation]] and the aspect of the Sun Goddess, [[JapaneseMythology Amaterasu]], herself]], which made her eyes even more symbolic about what she is.

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* Caster, Tamamo-no-Mae from ''VideoGame/FateEXTRA'', ''VideoGame/FateGrandOrder'' and ''VideoGame/FateExtellaTheUmbralStar'' also has her trademark golden eyes. This is because she is a Kitsune, [[spoiler:precisely the one from the famous legend of the Nine-tailed Fox from [[JapaneseMythology [[Myth/JapaneseMythology Japanese Mythology]]]]. [[spoiler:She is also revealed to be a [[SemiDivine divine incarnation]] and the aspect of the Sun Goddess, [[JapaneseMythology [[Myth/JapaneseMythology Amaterasu]], herself]], which made her eyes even more symbolic about what she is.

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