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Do superpowerful androids count under this when they have golden eyes?
Not unless they're magic androids.
... so Shadow Labrys from Persona 4 Arena would count, then.
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.
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.
It may just indicate the fact that a character is a trickster.
Moderators are wrong sometimes , like now.
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.
If the gold eyes indicate that a character is a trickster, but not supernatural, then it's not this trope. Please read the trope definition.
Does it count when there are other, far more obvious signs that someone is supernatural, for example horns?
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.
Cool. Then I've correctly re-added it to The Dreadful. The only people we've seen with gold eyes in colour are two demonic Half-Human Hybrid "Devikin".
Eyes of Gold has been renamed to Supernatural Gold Eyes as per this TRS thread.
Would orange eyes count as Eyes of Gold, or should they just be listed as Technicolor Eyes?
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