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* The term "sight for sore eyes" is an English colloquial phrase that refers to meeting a person who has not been seen in a long time.
 
* The term "sight for sore eyes" is an English colloquial phrase that refers to meeting a person who has not been seen in a long time.
 
* Vellicating is the act of lightly touching a body part so as to cause the underlying nerves to twitch. {{W|Vitreous humor}} is the clear gel that fills the space between the lens and the retina of the eyeball.
 
* Vellicating is the act of lightly touching a body part so as to cause the underlying nerves to twitch. {{W|Vitreous humor}} is the clear gel that fills the space between the lens and the retina of the eyeball.
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==See also==
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* [[Googol Glass Eyes]]
  
 
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Revision as of 17:06, 25 May 2013

What are you lookin' at?!
The Scout to the Pyro

The Sight for Sore Eyes is a community-created miscellaneous item for the Pyro. It is a pair of loose googly eyes that fit in the lens sockets of the Pyro's mask.

Update history

April 7, 2011 Patch

  • The Sight for Sore Eyes was added to the game.

December 15, 2011 Patch (Australian Christmas 2011)

  • Added "lenses" equip region.

September 4, 2012 Patch

  • Loosened equip region restrictions for the Sight for Sore Eyes.

Bugs

  • The Sight for Sore Eyes is hidden when equipped with Foster's Facade on most DirectX 9 setups. When playing the game in DirectX 8, the Sight for Sore Eyes shows up properly on Foster's Facade.
  • The Sight for Sore Eyes turns invisible when worn with Apparition's Aspect.

Trivia

  • The term "sight for sore eyes" is an English colloquial phrase that refers to meeting a person who has not been seen in a long time.
  • Vellicating is the act of lightly touching a body part so as to cause the underlying nerves to twitch. Vitreous humor is the clear gel that fills the space between the lens and the retina of the eyeball.

See also