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  • Ascent Crash Landing: Bluu has a noticeably big pair of eyebrows.
  • Elves in World of Warcraft have highly improbable eyebrows that extend conspicuously beyond their faces, yet are still rather thin.
  • In the Street Fighter series, especially earlier on, Ryu and Ken possessed excessively large eyebrows, apparently made from M. Bison, Balrog, and Guile's missing brows. Ryu's are so big at times that they overlap his headband.
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  • Star Trek: Elite Force II gave us Mr. Stemmons, the Obstructive Bureaucrat with truly outrageous eyebrows.
  • In the concept artwork of the game, Dimension Spark has Zachary Spark, who usually is drawn with rather sizable brows.
  • Jill from the GBA Drill Dozer, but hers are nothing compared to her dad's epic unibrow, WOW.
  • Mafia boss Winfred "Big Wins" Kitaki in Apollo Justice: Ace Attorney couples this with Eyes Always Shut, initially giving many players the impression that his eyebrows are Sinister Shades (as he's a mafia boss).
  • The Japanese releases of Ratchet & Clank games gives Ratchet very thick, bushy eyebrows that many American fans refer to as "woolly bear caterpillars" - his eyebrows are fairly thick in the American version as well, but the Japanese release specifically stated he was given thicker eyebrows "so fan artists would have a place to start drawing from."
  • Tekken: This seems to run in the Mishima Family. Jin's and Kazuya's are impressive, but somewhat less than grandpa Heihachi's. The Spoony One spoofed this in his review of the anime and live-action Tekken movies by wearing progressively larger construction paper eyebrows.
    • Ganryu, another Japanese character, sports these. It's actually this trait that gets him the attention of Lili, since they remind her of her father.
  • Professor Pickle in Sonic Unleashed.
  • Piston Honda of Punch-Out!! has giant eyebrows that have their own sound effect. He twitches them before he punches, which is your cue to dent his face.
  • Lord Gongora from Lost Odyssey has extremely bushy eyebrows. His unwilling lackey Jansen even refers to him as 'Lord Eyebrows'.
  • Yukari Yakumo from Touhou normally has average eyebrows, but gets subjected to this trope in the works of doujinshi circle Hot Dog Chuck.
    • Cirno now gains an official one with Touhou 12.8.
    • For a variant, Ichirin in 13.5 has extraordinarily thick and bushy eyelashes.
  • Princess Suzushiro Shikikagura from Princess Waltz sports a pair prominent enough to earn an extra look and a nickname ("Eyebrows Girl") from Liliana.
  • K.K. Slider from the Animal Crossing games has some powerful brows. Better yet, they're based on a real guy.
  • Ganondorf of The Legend of Zelda series sports a particularly magnificent pair of eyebrows that are not only bushy, but actually extend back to join with his hair.
    • Ralph in The Legend of Zelda: Oracle Games has forked eyebrows, though you don't really see them in-game. So does Queen Ambi, though again, you have to look at character art to see them.
    • And The Legend of Zelda: Phantom Hourglass's Oshus has one. They're even kept in his Ocean King form.
    • The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild:
      • Kaneli the Rito elder has eyebrows that extend way out from his face; of course, since he is an owl, these come natural to him.
      • This game's rendition of Princess Zelda also has noticeably more prominent eyebrows than previous Zeldas, a feature she seems to share with her father King Rhoam.
      • Paya also has quite the thick eyebrows. Her eyebrows is one of the most prominent features that sets her apart from her grandmother Impa during the latter's younger days, who otherwise looks very similar to her granddaughter (as revealed in Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity).
  • Maxi of SoulCalibur fame. So extraordinary are his eyebrows they received their very own jiggle physics.
  • The Worms have rather prominent eyebrows. So much that a cross-promotion item of one of their helmets has a sculpted in a pair of them.
  • Axel from Disgaea 2 has huge eyebrows shaped like lightning bolts.
  • Commander Sith from Ghost Trick. His eyebrows are so large they probably qualify as his hairstyle.
  • Van from Tales of the Abyss has pretty prominent eyebrows. According to Anise they can shoot lasers - Natalia believed it.
  • Bizley from Tales of Xillia 2 has similarly prominent eyebrows that appear to join with his sideburns.
  • Lampshaded in Dungeons of Dredmor.
    Propaganda Poster: "Fear the large eyebrowed one, it brings strange diseases. Fight to the last!"
    • Even better is one of the random enemy taunts: "thine eyebrows will not protect thee this time".
    • You can play as both a male and a female character in the game... and they both have thick, bushy eyebrows.
  • Thunder Bomber from Bomberman Online and Bomberman Jetters has very large eyebrows which are shaped like lightning bolts.
  • Many of the Angry Birds.
  • All of the Mr Saturns in EarthBound and Mother 3 sport the most magnificent eyebrows, each roughly as large as ten of their eyes.
  • Fubuki Shirou and his brother Atsuya have rather sizable eyebrows in the original Inazuma Eleven series. The Alternate Continuity Ares reduces them in size.
  • Strider Hiryu sports these as well. Take a look at his [[Manga/Strider manga]] appearance!
  • Kunio himself and many other characters in the Kunio-kun series.
  • Astal has some very long forked eyebrows.
  • Asuka 120% features the tomboyish Ryuuko and shy and polite Kumi, both of whom exhibit this.
  • Bowser in the Super Mario Bros. series has a pair of big, bushy and red eyebrows that make him look very intimidating. Bowser's eyebrows seem to be in a curved shape so that he always looks angry or at least irritated.
  • Dr. Wily of the Mega Man (Classic) series sports a bushy pair that he wiggles as he enters his spaceship in the first game.
  • Lord Brevon from Freedom Planet sports an impressive pair of eyebrows on his head.
  • Ninja from I-Ninja especially sports two large, bushy black eyebrows best seen on the cover art for the game.
  • Crash Bandicoot, in his own series. The trailer for Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy lampshades this.
    1 Legendary Hero... 2 Epic Eyebrows... 3 Remastered Adventures.
    • Come to think of it, it would be easier to make a list of characters who don't sport a pair of prominent 'brows.
  • Futoshi Shimano of the Yakuza series has a big pair of Evil Eyebrows as a part of his grotesquely exaggerated features.
  • Deep Rock Galactic: Dwarven eyebrows are pretty damned thick. Even the "Refined" option, the thinnest of the lot, would put most human brows to shame. And of course there's a "Monstrous Thick" option, which the game refers as "secondary beards for your eyes". The "Voluminous Philosopher" option still wins out, being so thick they cover the eyes almost completely. "Perfect for naps in the shade" indeed.
  • Kosuke Anayama from Ninja Battle Heroes has some big eyebrows.
  • Epic Battle Fantasy 5 has giant fake eyebrows made out of seaweed as a Flair equip. As they resist several status ailments, they're pretty useful, so it is likely to gear up one party member with giant eyebrows for a good portion of the game. Equipping any player character with them will also make them show up on their respective Evil Player counterpart, but this is purely aesthetic.
  • Kuukiyomi 3: Consider It More and More! -Father to Son-: Downplayed. The only male deuteragonist, who is also the player character's boyfriend, has visible and slightly thick eyebrows. The player protagonist and other extras and bystanders don't have visible eyebrows unless they react to something.


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