- "Dammit, how did they see me?! That is so unfair! They don't have any eyes!"
- ― Gordon Freeman, as he notices that the Zombies actually spotted him. (Freeman's Mind: Episode 5)
- Deceptive Eyelessness
- Eyeless Vision
- Physiological/Supernatural Eyelessness
The user with this ability can see despite lacking eyes. Having no eyes is normally perceived as a defect, but this is not always the case, as this form of eyelessness is a power in terms of origin due to not only giving the subject the immunity to blindness-inducing sources and having their vision obliterated, but despite possibly having their old vision lost upon retrieval, a new kind of sight will then begin to manifest that allows them to see, but not in the same way other subjects do.
The appearance of the user can also vary, such as either having just skin over where their eyes are supposed to be, or more horrific enough, is when the user might have just hollow eye sockets.
Unlike the former kind of eyelessness which is a genetic defect (which does guarantee in permanent blindness), the latter eyelessness is deceptive to not only perhaps unnerve certain people, but also possibly give them the wrong ideas that the user is sightless upfront, which can give the owner of this power to gain certain advantages over opponents, at least during the first time around.
- Immune to Hypnotic Vision, Petrifying Gaze & Penance Stare
- Blindness Immunity
- Enhanced/Supernatural/Absolute Vision
- Injury Immunity (Vision Only)
- May take some time for the new vision to kick in.
- Even if that happens in the meantime, the user will still not be able to see during this period, making them scared and confused about what's going on.
See Also: Eyeless Face
- Vulpimancers (Ben 10)
- The Devil (Bon-Bon 1835)
- Gordon (Marvel Comics)
- Ruth Aldine/Blindfold (Marvel Comics)
- All For One (My Hero Academia)
- Grim (The Grim Adventures of Billy & Mandy)
- Myrddaal (The Wheel of Time)
- Brook (One Piece)
- Tom (Eddsworld)
- Smiley Men (The New Mutants)