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Does the "Magical Eye" trope count if it blocks/seals away someone's powers? I need it for a video game I want to make.
Evil Eye transplanted/renamed to Magic Eye per topic.
Then renamed to Magical Eye due to complication
(New here, please don't kill me.) I suggest changing the page picture on the account that it may be considered a spoiler. Not everyone knows that King Bradley is a homunculus, as evidenced by the Ouroboros tattoo in his left eye. While a fitting page image, I think it could spoil a good plot twist.
It really does. If someone has a better picture, please fix this.
I think I will make an Image Pickin' thread for this.
Just watching Beerfest, mebbe the Eye of the Jew should be added from the scene where the Germans upset Charlie "Fink" Finklestein...
Oh great, Just A Face And A Caption. Didn't there used to be a picture of Mr Teatime from Hogfather?
Kind of has to be a face, considering the title and all.
Agree that the caption is incredibly awkward, though.
Added some additional spoiler tags to the Nasuverse entry. Please, people, think of those that haven't read/seen/heard/watched something yet before you reveal major plot details!
Change the picture, please. Do you really think anyone's going to recognize the person there? Put in Lelouch, or another better known example.
Why does somebody need to recognize the character in the page image? The point of the picture is to provide a visual example of the trope, and the best way to do that for 'Evil Eye' is a pair of evil-looking eyes.
(Never mind, old comment.)
On the Naruto anime/manga example
Sasuke didn't take Itachi's eyes (though Itachi DID transfer the Amaterasu power alone). Sasuke got the Mangekyo by killing Itachi. At least Madara said so.
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