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  • Evil Eye
  • Evil Eye
  • Evil eye
  • Evil Eye
rdfs:comment
  • __NOEDITSECTION__
  • This Hot Wheels vehicle has come out in the following 1/64 scale versions:
  • Element: Dark
  • The Evil Eye is a legendary power said to be utilized by certain witches, warlocks or demons in folklore - it stems from a primal belief that certain individuals can cause physical harm to others with an "evil" stare, causing bad luck to befall them. The Evil Eye has since become a very widespread concept and an important part of dark magic both in fiction and in the occult.
  • Evil Eye (邪眼 Jāgan) is a mysterious creature which serves as the main antagonist of the Playstation 2 game Kamen Rider: Seigi no Keifu. It is allied with Shocker and can alter time or create distortions in it. It uses this power to bring the eras of 1971, 1973, 1988 and 2003 into collision with each other. Its ultimate goal was to absorb Kamen Rider Black and take his Kingstone to become the new Century King.
  • The mutant's gaze can place a curse on any creature which meets it. Any creature coming within 8 yards of the mutant must make a successful I test or be unable to avoid meeting the mutant's gaze. Creatures which meet its gaze have a penalty of -10 or +10 (as appropriate) to all dice rolls for as long as the mutant lives. Increase the mutant's fear points total by one.
  • Evil Eye is an episode of series 6 that first aired on 4 September 1990.
  • Evil Eyes populate Growganoth's realm, occasionally switching between their open and closed state without warning. It is also used in the "Growganoth Gulch" minigame in the Carnival. It functions exactly the same in the Carnival as in the Growganoth event.
  • The Evil Eye is first encountered on 4F in Etrian Odyssey II: Heroes of Lagaard. If encountered alone, it will always blindside the party. While rather fragile, it can hit pretty hard with its Tackle attack, if that attack even hits in the first place. It can occasionally paralyze party members with its Glare move.
  • Castle Waiting is published by Fantagraphics.
  • Evil Eye - Following Rohan being subjected to a potion that fills him with doubt, Queen Maeve summons this laser-shooting, tentacled eye to assist in the attack on Kells. Deirdre & Ivar encountered the Evil Eye & armored up to fight back. Once Rohan regains his confidence, he & Angus help Dierdre & Ivar vanquish the Evil Eye.
  • Evil Eye is a Heroic Perk. __NoToC__
  • This item drops from: * Death Watcher in The Arcatraz * Collidus the Warp-Watcher in Shadowmoon Valley * Death's Watch in Blade's Edge Mountains * Entropic Eye in The Arcatraz * Eye of Culuthas in Netherstorm
  • The Evil Eye is one of Sagat's special attacks in the arcade version of Street Fighter: The Movie.
  • Evil Eye was a term used by those who have one of the eyes discolored, and it was considered by Rokugani as a sign of Bad Fortune.
  • In "Big Bad Luck," Jara, Noxic, and Typhus were hiding in the Hillhurst attic to cause bad luck for Flabber and the house monsters. They turned things up a notch by calling Evil Eye. Evil Eye's powers came from his eye. By attacking the eye, Evil Eye would be defeated. When the lasers he shot from his eye were reflected back onto him with a reflective old hubcap that the Beetleborgs used, Evil Eye was defeated. Evil Eye was later released from the comics by Nukus in "Borgslayer!"
  • Evil Eye is one of the strongest cog moves. It can be performed by Corporate Raiders, Legal Eagles, and Two-Faces.
  • The Evil Eye is an enemy in EarthBound. It appears in Onett after Ness's Nightmare is defeated. It appears to be a single pink eye attached to two pink legs. Though this foe looks harmless, it is actually one of the most annoying foes Ness will face. This monster can cast Paralysis Ω and Brainshock Ω. Not only that, it is also one of the two enemies that can Diamondize a party member by staring at them. Stop this guy in his tracks by casting PSI Freeze, which Evil Eye is weak to.
  • The evil eye was a unique power present in Zakhara, the Land of Fate.
  • —Book of Prophecy * Weakness: Projectile * Resist: All but projectile * Pages: 201-202 * Original Title: - * Original Codes: Iron x3, Lightning x4 * Mental Map Upgrade Gains: None/2nd upgrade/4x4 * -
  • Evil Eye (イービルアイ Ībiru ai) is an enemy-only Dark Magic spell from Fire Emblem: The Sacred Stones. This spell is primarily used by Mogalls and Arch Mogalls.
  • The Evil eye is a standard enemy that can be found in and. __TOC__ __NOEDITSECTION__
  • The evil eye was a superstitious look said to cause injury or illness to the person at whom it was directed. Most people in the Fair Haven holoprogram, set in 19th century Ireland, thought Timothy Ryan had died through croup, but according to Seamus the widow Moore had given him the evil eye. (VOY: "Fair Haven")
  • The Evil Eye is a Villain who Kidnapped Princess Milwila and her doppelganger Valerie Brown, along with melody and he hypnotized her to be his slave,he was later reavled to be a robot who was created the royal adviser.
  • Evil Eyes can be found on the 9th and 10th levels of the Mages' Tower.
  • Image:Icon Evil Eye.jpg Evil Eye: Fires a missile that decreases its target's chance of negating spell effects cost: 100 gold
  • This is a list of all the Voodoo Dolls with the Evil Eye ability. Note: The Witch Doll Weapon Group is the only group with Rank 3 of this ability. * The expression "Evil Eye" refers to when a person tries to show off and/or make someone jealous of what they have; when they lose this object "It's because they got the evil eye" (from the person they made jealous or as punishment).
  • User is able to use the Evil Eye to inflict harm on anyone the chooses just by gazing on them, some users are able to affect inanimate objects with this power.
  • Description: A dire gaze can be cast upon any single creature within 30 feet. The target must succeed at a fortitude saving throw (DC 11). Creatures who fail lose 5 points from both strength and constitution and also have a 25% chance of losing 5 points from all other ability scores due to fright.
  • Evil Eye is a Destruction spell in The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind that reduces the victim's personality until dispelled.
  • Ira looks at his wrestler, swivels his head and recites: "You are getting sleepy!" It has worked on The Amoeba, The Lost Viking, and N Fuego. His eye seems to glow. As much it is powerful, there are loopholes. Three examples (all as a Sinistra) are below:
  • Evil Eye is a special Brigand King crew. The crew is led by Gretchen Goldfang and flies the flag of Jinx. On the Opal Ocean the crew is known as Das böse Auge under the flag Der Fluch, while on the Jade Ocean it is named Mal de ojo under the flag Gafe. Image:Crew.png Arr! This article about a crew in Puzzle Pirates be a stub. Ye can help YPPedia by [ expanding it].
  • Evil Eyes are Monsters from Maplestory. They live in Sleepywood. __TOC__
  • A character's eye has great supernatural power. Usually, the eye grants the user power over perception, either the target's (illusion, mind control) or the user's (telepathy, premonitions, clairvoyance,etc). In most cases, direct eye contact or at the very least line-of-sight is required. Other restrictions may apply. Evil eyes can be any color, but are usually glowing unusual colors like Red Eyes, Take Warning or two colors at once. (By the way, it's possible to obtain Evil Eyes in real life. They cost twelve bucks on Amazon, but they ward off evil rather than cause it, sadly.)
  • Evil Eye (邪視, Iburu Ai) es una técnica que consiste en que el usuario envía una mirada penetrante, con su ojo derecho mientras brilla con la imagen de una cruz carmesí, el brillo de su ojo es disparado en contra de su oponente para atacar directamente el alma o espíritu siendo un ataque ineludible.
  • The Evil Eyes are identical to the Eyes of a regular Rune Cannon. However, while the Eyes of a typical Rune Cannon are normally closed, The Evil Eye, on the other hand, is always open and can be readily controlled. It projects a sphere wherein people are transformed into monsters. The last surviving Evil Eye, obtained by Iskas who had it forcibly removed from a monster's eye socket, was destroyed by Kyril, ending the use of Rune Cannons in warfare, as by this time nearly every supply of muzzles and ammunition had been destroyed.
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Level
  • 2
  • 36
Attack
  • 120
art 8 br
  • 59
  • 66
  • 72
  • 79
  • 86
hard hp
  • ~35,000 - 40,000
drop2c
  • Oculus Tissue
drop2d
  • Restobulb
drop2b
  • capture
deadlock
  • 3
drop1b
  • capture
drop1a
  • Archfiend Rawhide
drop1d
  • Cureroot
drop1c
  • Oculus Bristle
drop2a
  • Oculus Bristle
drop3c
  • Oculus Tissue
drop4a
  • Oculus Bristle
drop3b
  • capture
drop4d
  • Restobulb
drop4c
  • Oculus Tissue
drop4b
  • capture
drop3a
  • Oculus Bristle
drop3d
  • Restobulb
dropdetail
  • Has 50% probability of dropping a Dewdrop.
specialnotes
  • Its disintegration beam is classified as Magic Damage, and therefore isn't mitigated by armor, no matter how upgraded it is.
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Tips
  • * Avoid, when possible; never engage, unless avoiding it will do more harm than good in the long run.
  • If that current depth is already at its enemy spawn limit at the time this action is performed, you'll have essentially made that depth safe to travel through back & forth,
  • Or if your Hero/ine is strong enough/well-equipped enough & needs to level up. ** Drinking a Potion of Mind Vision to learn their location, also retroactively helps you find the safest path to the next depth, avoiding them altogether. *** Use in conjunction with a Scroll of Magic Mapping. * It would be ideal to have a Wand of Teleportation by the time you arrive at the Demon Halls stage, to be able to avoid confrontations with them altogether. * The Evil Eye is particularly susceptible to the following debuffs: Sleep, Amok, Vertigo, Paralyzed, & Frozen. ** Drinking a Mind Vision potion, then reading a Scroll of Lullaby, will put them all to sleep.
  • then putting them all to sleep with a Scroll of Lullaby, & immediately getting out of there .
  • without any threat of being attacked . *** Avoid inflicting Amok on other enemies near a sleeping Evil Eye, as to not wake the eye up & incur its wrath. ** It would be ideal to have a Wand of Amok by the time you arrive at the Demon Halls stage, to be able to turn the eye's disintegration beam against other enemies. ** As a last resort against a group of Evil Eyes, manually trigger a Dreamweed plant between them & your Hero/ine, in order to make a hasty retreat. ** Throwing an extra Potion of Frost at them can also help buy a few turns to escape. * Having a +3/+4, or higher, Ring of Shadows at Stage 5, pretty much functions like a 'Ring of Invisibility', allowing the Hero/ine to avoid the eye's detection altogether, which is underratedly helpful. ** Use in conjunction with an upgraded Ring of Evasion. ** Alternatively, you can also drink a Potion of Invisibility to escape their detection/field-of-view. * If you're feeling particularly brave , you can try corralling them all, by reading a Scroll of Challenge in a non-essential section/room of the depth,
  • This would make the rest of the depth safe to traverse without any threat of attack. * Evil eyes drop dewdrops fairly often, so slaying it with an item that inflicts the Burning debuff , can be slightly counter-productive, as the dewdrop will be vaporized. * Since the eye's attack harms everyone, it’s possible for a high-dodge character to make use of Evil Eyes, to wipe out other enemies - for any other character, it’s not worth it.
Ice
  • 100
АТК за ур
  • 23
Usuario
Раса
  • Mortii
Базовые ХП
  • 675
Darkness
  • -10
sapience
  • Semi-sapient
Paralyze
  • y
BaseHP
  • 2960
Portuguese
  • Mau-Olhado
cardtype
  • Skill
Weak
  • None
  • Stab, Bash, Ice, Blind
maxatk
  • 7635
maxlvl
  • 99
Behavior
  • Aggro
  • * The Evil Eye is a levitating enemy ; treat it as such. ** It can travel over chasms & traps without, falling in, or triggering them . * The Evil Eye will blast its beam on sight, and won't hesitate to harm another enemy, in order to harm the Hero/ine. ** Its disintegration beam makes no distinction between friend or foe, and will harm both the Hero/ine & fellow enemies alike if both are in its line of fire.
Curse
  • n
MATK
  • 128
BaseDEF
  • 2880
crewid
  • 5000051
  • 5000469
  • 5001093
  • 5003481
  • 5008120
  • 5021723
Blackout
  • n
Row 1 info
  • Induce harm or pain by staring.
Рейтинг
  • 3
foundedyear
  • 2007
  • 2009
shares
  • Even
basemaxhp
  • 6910
evolutionstep
  • 3
xpcost
  • 2
updatemonth
  • 3
pc value
  • 2291.0
DEX
  • 0
oceanname
  • Ice
  • Meridian
  • Emerald
  • Opal
  • Jade
  • Cerulean
Ожидание
  • 4
basemaxdef
  • 6720
maxdef
  • 7713
baseID
  • evil eye
maxwis
  • 9069
baseagi
  • 3240
crewname
  • Evil Eye
  • Das böse Auge
  • Mal de Ojo
meva
  • 53
silence
  • y
basemaxwis
  • 7900
basemaxatk
  • 6650
lastwords
  • Just looking at you makes my eye water.
basemaxagi
  • 7560
Цена в колоде
  • 9
Melee
  • 20
nextrarity
  • Epic
foundedmonth
  • 5
  • 6
pc hp
  • ~ 28,000
lastepisode
  • Kamen Rider: Seigi no Keifu
Row 1 title
  • Power/Ability to:
firstepisode
Poison
  • n
Имя
  • Evil Eye
confident
  • --02-05
heroclass
  • Bounty Hunter
str
  • 0
LUC
  • 0
Combat
  • 90
foundedday
  • 22
  • 24
  • 28
Level Requirement
  • 29
CHA
  • 0
seniorofficers
  • None
ХП за ур
  • 24
Steal
  • 40
  • Wolfskin
  • Voodoo Poison Bug x32
  • Recipe: Damp Dagger
  • Recipe: Short Wand
Базовая АТК
  • 215
art 2 br
  • 0
  • 58
  • 71
pdef
  • 64
Idioma
  • Inglés
MDEF
  • 52
low hp
  • 1700
evostep
  • Evil Eye
  • Cyclops Magus
  • Cyclops Magus II
  • Evil Eye II
aspd
  • 20
Item
PATK
  • 182
art 3 br
  • 0
  • 84
  • 99
BaseATK
  • 2850
sprites
Rarity
  • 55
  • Epic
archetype
  • Scout
updateyear
  • 2012
art 4 br
  • 1
  • 9
  • 16
  • 23
  • 30
updateday
  • 3
maxagi
  • 8678
art 5 br
  • 17
  • 24
  • 31
  • 38
  • 45
maxHP
  • 7931
art 1 br
  • 0
  • 66
  • 86
basewis
  • 3380
Умение
  • Bane 6
  • Assassinate 7
  • [S]Contagion 6
art 12 br
  • 32
  • 39
  • 46
  • 53
  • 61
art 11 br
  • 37
  • 44
  • 51
  • 58
  • 66
Sellbots
Cashbots
  • N/A
art 13 br
  • 47
  • 54
  • 62
  • 69
  • 75
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Number
  • 15
Previous
Gold
  • 17
Found
Range
End
  • 0
Box Title
  • Evil Eye
Relatives
Job
  • Dancer
Element
Cast
  • Hidekatsu Shibata
Water
  • 100
Fame
  • None
Date
  • 1990-09-04
Expansion
  • Manor
Rate
  • rare
  • 8.5
  • 6.5
  • 15.5
Energy
  • 100
Skills
  • Eye of Madness, Onrush
  • Glare, Tackle
Power
  • 1
Speed
  • 150
Series
Status
  • Common
Clase
  • Ofensiva
numberofepisodes
  • 1
Affiliation
  • Shocker Commanders
Fire
  • 100
loc
  • Evolution
  • Lavafender
  • Crookfen
  • The Southwestern Road
  • The Ivory Peaks
Magic
  • 30
Name
  • Evil Eye
Text
  • Exhaust this card at the end of your turn and choose 1 Doomed monster that is tracked. That monster suffers 1 .
  • Exhaust this card at the end of your turn and choose 1 tracked monster. That monster is Doomed.
Type
Portrait
  • yes
save
Value
  • 2016.0
Caption
  • Orin
  • An enemy Mogall casting Evil Eye on Artur.
  • A captured Evil Eye can be sold at a high price and is best used for loco moco.
  • Weapon damage increases while the player is aiming using sights and after each successive kill .
desc
  • A dire gaze can be cast upon any single creature within 30 feet. The target must succeed at a fortitude saving throw . Creatures who fail lose 5 points from both strength and constitution and also have a 25% chance of losing 5 points from all other ability scores due to fright.
  • Also called a "Redeye", this creepy creature is very smart for not having any brain to speak of…
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m2 defense
  • 162
m2 hp
  • 720
guts
  • 25
m2 exp
  • 11594
m2 wealth
  • 896.0
m2 vulnerable
m2 item
m2 offense
  • 141
m2 pp
  • 400
m2 status
  • Common
m2 location
  • Onett
m2 speed
  • 38
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worth
  • 15310
exp
  • 505
  • 14500
French
  • Mauvais œil
Uses
  • --
imagewidth
  • 340
Appears In
  • EarthBound
organized
  • no
at
  • 17
  • 38
Items
  • Crystal Lens, Giant Tear
  • Glue Quill, Gem Eye
Kanji
  • 邪視
Rōmaji
  • Iburu Ai
Title
  • Evil Eye
Duration
  • 1.0
  • instant / special
XP
  • 10
  • 720
  • 6600
Icon
Skill
  • None
  • Boon of Mind & Shield 2
Rank
  • --
Class
  • Archfiend
AC
  • 27
BGCOLOR
  • black
Politics
  • Autocratic
Description
  • A peculiar, floating creature who stuns prey with its gaze.
  • A strange, floating organism. Those who stare into its eye will be paralyzed.
Resist
  • None
  • Fire, Volt, Stun, Death, Petrify, Fear, Confuse, Head Bind
section
  • synopsis
Cost
  • 2
DF
  • 14
  • 28
split
  • Archfiend Bone
  • Evil Eye Cornea
  • Elven Core
  • Oculus Bristle
Captain
  • Gretchen Goldfang
  • Greta Goldfang
Light
  • 120
Years
  • 2010
Spanish
  • Aojo
plural
  • Evil Eyes
firstseen
Area
  • single creature
  • 0.0
Universe
  • Maplestory
Mac
  • -5
Earth
  • 100
int
  • 10
Imagen
  • 300
Homeworld
  • Shocker Headquarters
Episode
  • Rohan's Doubt
School
Show
  • Mystic Knights of Tir Na Nog
ID
  • 452
Debut
HP
  • 105
  • 130
  • 5781
  • 8354
  • ~ 23,000
Wind
  • 100
Fullname
  • Evil Eye
Target
  • One Toon
Gender
  • Male
  • O
Growth
  • Normal
Race
  • Goblin
  • Oculus
Art
  • Eclipse
  • Switch
  • X-Ray Vision
  • Spark
  • Silencer
  • Permafrost
  • Discharge
  • Wind Shear
  • Flash Arrow
  • Mystic Missile
  • Snare Shot
  • Caustic Blast
  • Double Time
Danger
  • Medium threat
NEXT
Ranged
  • 20
Flag
  • Jinx
  • Der Fluch
  • Sortilegio
magnitude
  • 1
Villain
  • yes
Locations
  • CrookfenLavafenderThe Ivory PeaksThe Southwestern Road
subspecies
  • Curse Eye
Effect
Founded
  • yes
Eva
  • 27
Designer
Location
  • Sleepywood
  • On the counter of Workman's Wear, in the Menswear department.
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1st Source
  • Synthesis
Is it an equipment?(y/n)
  • y
Is it an item fragment?(y/n)
  • n
3rd Source
  • Mist Rewards
Is it used as a synthesis material?(y/n)
  • y
high hp
  • 2200
Can it be synthesized?(y/n)
  • y
1st Synthesizable Item
  • Royal Crown
Is it a manual?(y/n)
  • n
Jade Gain when Sold
  • 2000
Item's Flavor Text
  • "I always feel like somebody is watching me." --- A scared minion.
Do you have any buy/sell/disenchant/refine price information of the item?(y/n)
  • y
Color Rarity?(Blue/Orange/Grey/Green/Purple)
  • Blue
Do you have other notes?(y/n)
  • n
Добыча
  • Gem Bag, Coupon Bag, Coin Bag, Maze, Lucky Spin, Gauntlet
2nd Source
  • Common Void Eggs
split 3 note
  • 5.0
art 7 br
  • 43
  • 50
  • 58
  • 65
  • 71
magdrop
  • Oculus Tooth
  • Oculus Membrane
split 1 note
  • 40.0
split 4 note
  • 5.0
art 6 br
  • 17
  • 24
  • 31
  • 38
  • 45
split 2 note
  • 40.0
1st Stat Value
  • 30
1st Stat
  • MCRIT
effect2l
  • Venom Attack
Sigmove
  • No
LowDamage
  • 10
HighDamage
  • 24
Lawbots
Cog Move Name
  • Evil Eye
art 9 br
  • 10
  • 18
  • 25
  • 32
  • 39
R/I
  • R
art 10 br
  • 22
  • 29
  • 36
  • 43
  • 50
Bossbots
blackoutpc
  • y
3rd Synthesizable Item
  • Dragon Ball
2nd Synthesizable Item
  • Holy Stone
m2 iq
  • 16
4th Source
abstract
  • __NOEDITSECTION__
  • This Hot Wheels vehicle has come out in the following 1/64 scale versions:
  • Element: Dark
  • The Evil Eye is a legendary power said to be utilized by certain witches, warlocks or demons in folklore - it stems from a primal belief that certain individuals can cause physical harm to others with an "evil" stare, causing bad luck to befall them. The Evil Eye has since become a very widespread concept and an important part of dark magic both in fiction and in the occult.
  • Evil Eye (邪眼 Jāgan) is a mysterious creature which serves as the main antagonist of the Playstation 2 game Kamen Rider: Seigi no Keifu. It is allied with Shocker and can alter time or create distortions in it. It uses this power to bring the eras of 1971, 1973, 1988 and 2003 into collision with each other. Its ultimate goal was to absorb Kamen Rider Black and take his Kingstone to become the new Century King.
  • The mutant's gaze can place a curse on any creature which meets it. Any creature coming within 8 yards of the mutant must make a successful I test or be unable to avoid meeting the mutant's gaze. Creatures which meet its gaze have a penalty of -10 or +10 (as appropriate) to all dice rolls for as long as the mutant lives. Increase the mutant's fear points total by one.
  • Evil Eye is an episode of series 6 that first aired on 4 September 1990.
  • Evil Eyes populate Growganoth's realm, occasionally switching between their open and closed state without warning. It is also used in the "Growganoth Gulch" minigame in the Carnival. It functions exactly the same in the Carnival as in the Growganoth event.
  • The Evil Eye is first encountered on 4F in Etrian Odyssey II: Heroes of Lagaard. If encountered alone, it will always blindside the party. While rather fragile, it can hit pretty hard with its Tackle attack, if that attack even hits in the first place. It can occasionally paralyze party members with its Glare move.
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  • Evil Eye - Following Rohan being subjected to a potion that fills him with doubt, Queen Maeve summons this laser-shooting, tentacled eye to assist in the attack on Kells. Deirdre & Ivar encountered the Evil Eye & armored up to fight back. Once Rohan regains his confidence, he & Angus help Dierdre & Ivar vanquish the Evil Eye.
  • Evil Eye is a Heroic Perk. __NoToC__
  • This item drops from: * Death Watcher in The Arcatraz * Collidus the Warp-Watcher in Shadowmoon Valley * Death's Watch in Blade's Edge Mountains * Entropic Eye in The Arcatraz * Eye of Culuthas in Netherstorm
  • The Evil Eye is one of Sagat's special attacks in the arcade version of Street Fighter: The Movie.
  • Evil Eye was a term used by those who have one of the eyes discolored, and it was considered by Rokugani as a sign of Bad Fortune.
  • The Evil Eyes are identical to the Eyes of a regular Rune Cannon. However, while the Eyes of a typical Rune Cannon are normally closed, The Evil Eye, on the other hand, is always open and can be readily controlled. It projects a sphere wherein people are transformed into monsters. The potential for such a weapon, if the secrets of "opening" the Eye of a Rune Cannon could be found, was so great that the year 309 saw of group of adventurers aiming to destroy the last trace of Rune Cannons, their numbers having greatly diminished with the destruction of the Giant Tree at the end of the Island Liberation War. The last surviving Evil Eye, obtained by Iskas who had it forcibly removed from a monster's eye socket, was destroyed by Kyril, ending the use of Rune Cannons in warfare, as by this time nearly every supply of muzzles and ammunition had been destroyed.
  • In "Big Bad Luck," Jara, Noxic, and Typhus were hiding in the Hillhurst attic to cause bad luck for Flabber and the house monsters. They turned things up a notch by calling Evil Eye. Evil Eye's powers came from his eye. By attacking the eye, Evil Eye would be defeated. When the lasers he shot from his eye were reflected back onto him with a reflective old hubcap that the Beetleborgs used, Evil Eye was defeated. Evil Eye was later released from the comics by Nukus in "Borgslayer!"
  • Evil Eye is one of the strongest cog moves. It can be performed by Corporate Raiders, Legal Eagles, and Two-Faces.
  • The Evil Eye is an enemy in EarthBound. It appears in Onett after Ness's Nightmare is defeated. It appears to be a single pink eye attached to two pink legs. Though this foe looks harmless, it is actually one of the most annoying foes Ness will face. This monster can cast Paralysis Ω and Brainshock Ω. Not only that, it is also one of the two enemies that can Diamondize a party member by staring at them. Stop this guy in his tracks by casting PSI Freeze, which Evil Eye is weak to.
  • The evil eye was a unique power present in Zakhara, the Land of Fate.
  • —Book of Prophecy * Weakness: Projectile * Resist: All but projectile * Pages: 201-202 * Original Title: - * Original Codes: Iron x3, Lightning x4 * Mental Map Upgrade Gains: None/2nd upgrade/4x4 * -
  • Evil Eye (イービルアイ Ībiru ai) is an enemy-only Dark Magic spell from Fire Emblem: The Sacred Stones. This spell is primarily used by Mogalls and Arch Mogalls.
  • Evil Eye (邪視, Iburu Ai) es una técnica que consiste en que el usuario envía una mirada penetrante, con su ojo derecho mientras brilla con la imagen de una cruz carmesí, el brillo de su ojo es disparado en contra de su oponente para atacar directamente el alma o espíritu siendo un ataque ineludible. El efecto de este ataque se indica que puede matar al oponente si lo mira directamente atacando a su alma o espíritu. En un Saint como Shun que se encontraba protegido por la cadena de Andromeda formada por energía, el efecto se vio atenuado y causo que lo dejara inmovilizado como si este estuviera petrificado, dejándolo vulnerable ante los siguientes ataques, aunque logro evitarlos haciendo uso de la Rolling Defense, la defensa impenetrable de la cadena de Andromeda.
  • The Evil eye is a standard enemy that can be found in and. __TOC__ __NOEDITSECTION__
  • The evil eye was a superstitious look said to cause injury or illness to the person at whom it was directed. Most people in the Fair Haven holoprogram, set in 19th century Ireland, thought Timothy Ryan had died through croup, but according to Seamus the widow Moore had given him the evil eye. (VOY: "Fair Haven")
  • The Evil Eye is a Villain who Kidnapped Princess Milwila and her doppelganger Valerie Brown, along with melody and he hypnotized her to be his slave,he was later reavled to be a robot who was created the royal adviser.
  • Evil Eyes can be found on the 9th and 10th levels of the Mages' Tower.
  • Image:Icon Evil Eye.jpg Evil Eye: Fires a missile that decreases its target's chance of negating spell effects cost: 100 gold
  • This is a list of all the Voodoo Dolls with the Evil Eye ability. Note: The Witch Doll Weapon Group is the only group with Rank 3 of this ability. * The expression "Evil Eye" refers to when a person tries to show off and/or make someone jealous of what they have; when they lose this object "It's because they got the evil eye" (from the person they made jealous or as punishment).
  • User is able to use the Evil Eye to inflict harm on anyone the chooses just by gazing on them, some users are able to affect inanimate objects with this power.
  • Description: A dire gaze can be cast upon any single creature within 30 feet. The target must succeed at a fortitude saving throw (DC 11). Creatures who fail lose 5 points from both strength and constitution and also have a 25% chance of losing 5 points from all other ability scores due to fright.
  • Evil Eye is a Destruction spell in The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind that reduces the victim's personality until dispelled.
  • Ira looks at his wrestler, swivels his head and recites: "You are getting sleepy!" It has worked on The Amoeba, The Lost Viking, and N Fuego. His eye seems to glow. As much it is powerful, there are loopholes. Three examples (all as a Sinistra) are below:
  • Evil Eye is a special Brigand King crew. The crew is led by Gretchen Goldfang and flies the flag of Jinx. On the Opal Ocean the crew is known as Das böse Auge under the flag Der Fluch, while on the Jade Ocean it is named Mal de ojo under the flag Gafe. Image:Crew.png Arr! This article about a crew in Puzzle Pirates be a stub. Ye can help YPPedia by [ expanding it].
  • Evil Eyes are Monsters from Maplestory. They live in Sleepywood. __TOC__
  • A character's eye has great supernatural power. Usually, the eye grants the user power over perception, either the target's (illusion, mind control) or the user's (telepathy, premonitions, clairvoyance,etc). In most cases, direct eye contact or at the very least line-of-sight is required. Other restrictions may apply. If only one eye is an Evil Eye, an Eyepatch of Power is very likely, especially if the evil eye possesses a distinct look, like color or shape (which might only appear during active use). The Evil Eye is often used as an excuse to apply certain patterns or symbols to a particular power, therefore making it Cool and Symbolic. Even more symbolic, the eye possessing the power is almost always the character's left eye (the left eye is considered the "sinister" eye, as "sinister" was once a word for "left"). Closely related to the Red Right Hand. Evil eyes can be any color, but are usually glowing unusual colors like Red Eyes, Take Warning or two colors at once. See also Eye Beams for a more directly offensive use of eyes. Often part of an Evil Makeover. If the Evil Eye can cause hypnosis, its a Hypnotic Eye. Do not confuse with Faceless Eye or the more mundane Death Glare. Compare Excessive Evil Eyeshadow. (By the way, it's possible to obtain Evil Eyes in real life. They cost twelve bucks on Amazon, but they ward off evil rather than cause it, sadly.) Examples of Evil Eye include:
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