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Dofus Wiki

Up to date as of January 31, 2010

From Dofus

Eye is specific type of resource.

See Category:Eye for a list of eye-type items.


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Final Fantasy

Up to date as of February 01, 2010

From Final Fantasy Wiki

Eye may refer to:


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Guild Wars

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The term Eye can refer to:

Less commonly, it might be used to refer to:


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Lostpedia

Up to date as of February 07, 2010
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From Lostpedia

Locke wakes up after the plane crash, and is shown with a gash above and below his right eye. ("Walkabout")

Eyes are a recurring theme in Lost, from Locke's gash above and below his eye, to the closeups of eyes shown at the opening of episodes.

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Episode openers

The opening of an episode with a close-up of a character's eye was prevalent in Season 1, only used once in Season 2, and made a return in Season 3.

In most episodes, the character whose eye is shown is the character with the flashback or flashforward.

Through the use of digital effects and contact lenses, actors' eye color have been altered regularly throughout the episodes of Lost during particular scenes, usually ones related to the mythos of the show. Actor Terry O'Quinn has confirmed this in interview. [source needed]

Character Eye Episode Flash

Season 1
Jack Right "Pilot, Part 1" Yes
Locke Right "Walkabout" Yes
Jack
(young)
Right "White Rabbit" Yes
Sun Left "House of the Rising Sun" Yes
Claire Right "Raised by Another" Yes
Boone Left "Hearts and Minds" Yes
Michael Left "Special" Yes
Sawyer
(young)
Left "Outlaws" Yes
Jin Right "...In Translation" Yes
Aaron Left "Exodus, Part 2" No

Season 2
Desmond Left "Man of Science, Man of Faith" No

Season 3
Juliet Left "A Tale of Two Cities" Yes
Locke Right "Further Instructions" Yes
Claire Left (flashback) "Par Avion" Yes

Season 4
Sayid Both (closed) "The Economist" Yes
Locke Right "Eggtown" No
Jack Left "Something Nice Back Home" Yes

Season 5
Jack Right "316" Yes

Other close-ups

Several other instances of eye close-ups have occurred that are not episode openers:

Character Eye Episode Flash

Season 2
Locke Right "Lockdown" Yes

Season 3
Jack Left "A Tale of Two Cities" Yes
Eko Right (closed) "The Cost of Living" Yes
Desmond Left "Flashes Before Your Eyes" Yes
Claire Right "Par Avion" Yes
Locke Right "The Man from Tallahassee" Yes
Nikki Right "Exposé" Yes
Paulo Left "Exposé" Yes
Figure in Jacob's cabin Left "The Man Behind the Curtain" No
Locke Left "Through the Looking Glass" No

Season 4
Figure in Jacob's cabin Left "The Beginning of the End" No
Miles Both "Confirmed Dead" Yes
Desmond Left "The Constant" Yes
Michael Left "Meet Kevin Johnson" Yes
Benjamin Both "The Shape of Things to Come" Yes
Locke Left "Cabin Fever" Yes

Season 5
Locke Both "The Life and Death of Jeremy Bentham" Yes
Ilana Right "The Incident, Parts 1 & 2" Yes

Season 6
Kate Right "LA X, Parts 1 & 2" No

Other occurrences

Lost:Via Domus opens with a shot of Elliott Maslow's eye.
Eye of Horus, an Egyptian hieroglyph
  • Jacob's tapestry depicts the Eye of Horus. ("The Incident, Parts 1 & 2")
  • Locke has a scar across his right eye from the crash, which is still visible three months later.
  • Charlie's tattoo reads: "Living is Easy with Eyes Closed"; this is a lyric from The Beatles' "Strawberry Fields Forever". (Music)
  • There are two eye references in the mural painting in the Swan:
    • A man with a crossed out left eye
    • A figure of an eyeball followed by an "M" and (crossed out) "SICK", which gives us: "I am (not?) sick"
  • Mikhail is missing his right eye and wears an eye patch.
  • The first episode of the video game Lost: Via Domus opens with a close up of Elliott's eye.
  • Characters dying with open eyes is a common occurrence: Abaddon, Boone, Locke, Charlotte, Naomi, Libby, Ana Lucia, Shannon, Horace, Minkowski, Keamy, Daniel. (Life and death)

Trivia

  • In "Flashes Before Your Eyes", the close-up of Desmond's eye when he enters his altered timeline is the same shot of his eye (with less saturated colors) that was shown at the beginning of "Man of Science, Man of Faith".
  • Track two of the official Lost Soundtrack is called "The Eyeland", a pun based on how the first scene of "Pilot, Part 1" opens on Jack's eye.
  • In some cultures, dying with eyes open is interpreted as dying in a state of unrest or mission in life unfulfilled. (life and death)
  • Some cultures consider eyes as the way into a person's soul.
  • Sayid is an anagram of daisy, a word that comes from the Anglo-Saxon for "day's eye."

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Starwars

Up to date as of February 04, 2010

From Wookieepedia, the Star Wars wiki.

For other uses, see Eyes (disambiguation).
An eye

The eye was the primary visual organ of most biological lifeforms, comparable to the photoreceptors used by droids and cyborgs.

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Characteristics

In most species, the eye worked by directing light onto the optic nerve by means of a lens, and was protected by an eyelid designed to remove foreign objects and shade against bright lights. There were many variations, from the subtly degraded night-vision of the local Human population of Hapes,[1] through the night-vision enhancing glowing red eyes of the Chiss,[2] to the multi-faceted eyes of Rodians,[3] the infrared vision of species like the Barabels, the eyes of the Ssi-ruuk with their sensitive retinae and highly-evolved eyelids, and the exotic visual perceptions of the spacegoing Oswaft.[4]

There were also species like the Miraluka, who lost their eyes in the course of their evolution, depending instead on the Force,[5] and the Shaper caste of the Yuuzhan Vong species, who had bred several species of highly sophisticated creatures called mqaaq'it to serve as symbiotic artificial eyes.[6] Yuuzhan Vong had Eye sacks under their eyes.

The photosensitive cilia on the Cloak of the Nuun, another Yuuzhan Vong biot, were perhaps among the most exotic organic eyes known. Tiny membranes covering the creature's entire surface, they saw the immediate area with near-perfect accuracy from every angle, enabling the cloaker to disguise itself, chameleon-like, against its surroundings.[7]

Darth Caedus's eyes turned yellow subsequent to becoming a Sith

The eyes of some Force-sensitives changed from their original colors to shades of fiery red and yellow when they were deeply immersed in the dark side of the Force.[8]

Appearances

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Sources

  • Star Wars: The Visual Dictionary
  • You must be a member of Star Wars Hyperspace to view this linkThe Forgotten War: The Nagai and the Tofs on Hyperspace (article) (Mentioned only)

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