Only Midna has been shown to have red eyes. Every other Twili has had pure white.
Oh? Then I must be colour-blind... Let's look deep into their eyes...
Didn't Midna also have a Sheikah Eye symbol on her somewhere.
Yes, on the backside of the Fused Shadow and on her throne, but it's a very abstracted version of the eye, more similar to Agahnim's symbol.
Wait wait wait wait. Where is this from? The name and her being a Sheikah.
Ah, I was being a little secretive there. Impalse (インパレス) is Fanadi's Japanese name. The same Katakana are used to transcribe "impulse", but I prefer to write it with an A because that way, the pun on Impa becomes clear. After all, the name of Impa (インパ) is included completely within the fortune-teller's name.
The word Sheikah doesn't occur in either of TP's texts, but we don't need it spelled out to know that she's a Sheikah. They gave us enough hints: red eyes, tribe symbol (the perfectly same as in OoT), and the name pun. Rather they would
have had to spell out to us if Impalse was not
maybe people think she's a Sheikah because the eye symbol on her forehead.
Well, there are also people who think the heavy guys on Death Mountain with those Goron tribe tattoos are actually Gorons
Of course, her Sheikah symbol could be interpreted as a "third eye" of truth-seeing, like the Gossip Stones or Eye of Truth in OoT.
Both bear the emblem mainly because the Sheikah created them.
I really wonder why everyone seems to be discomforted by too many Sheikahs in a game... Just because they're known as a dying-out tribe, doesn't mean that one or another of them can't still be around, right?
Ah btw, Impaz is actually called Impal (インパル). Now is that better or worse..?
Edited by Jumbie, 19 February 2008 - 08:49 PM.