A character is said to have heterochromatic eyes if the character has two or more eyes that are not all the same colour.

Medically, heterochromia has three variants: complete heterochromia, sectoral heterochromia, and central heterochromia, with multiple eyes of differing colours being complete heterochromia. Because it is extremely rare in fiction for a character to explicitly be sectorally or centrally heterochromatic, however, this category only refers to characters who are completely heterochromatic for the sake of simplicity.

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