History IllGirl / VideoGames

8th Jan '18 6:15:49 AM Cryoclaste
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* ''SilentHill2'' has Mary, a rare adult example. Naturally, she has the IncurableCoughOfDeath, too. The real rarity is the fact that she dies before the start of the game and is only seen and heard in flashbacks [[spoiler:or maybe not.]]
* ''BreathOfFire 3'' subverts this during the [[InevitableTournament Contest of Champions]]. Emitai, one of the competitors, visits the heroes before their bout (which is weighed against him due to its rules) and introduces them to his daughter; he claims to be in the contest to earn her an operation that will cure her disease, and asks them to throw the fight. As one of the heroes is being held hostage, they refuse. After the match, however, if you visit Emitai's dressing room, you learn that it was a giant fraud on his part to get his opponents to forfeit. Just to make this clear, after the midgame time skip, you can find Emitai again (and recruit him as a master); his daughter has grown up and is rather embarrassed with him.

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* ''SilentHill2'' ''VideoGame/SilentHill2'' has Mary, a rare adult example. Naturally, she has the IncurableCoughOfDeath, too. The real rarity is the fact that she dies before the start of the game and is only seen and heard in flashbacks [[spoiler:or maybe not.]]
* ''BreathOfFire 3'' ''VideoGame/BreathOfFire3'' subverts this during the [[InevitableTournament Contest of Champions]]. Emitai, one of the competitors, visits the heroes before their bout (which is weighed against him due to its rules) and introduces them to his daughter; he claims to be in the contest to earn her an operation that will cure her disease, and asks them to throw the fight. As one of the heroes is being held hostage, they refuse. After the match, however, if you visit Emitai's dressing room, you learn that it was a giant fraud on his part to get his opponents to forfeit. Just to make this clear, after the midgame time skip, you can find Emitai again (and recruit him as a master); his daughter has grown up and is rather embarrassed with him.
4th Jan '18 5:05:20 PM GlitteringFlowers
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* ''VideoGame/LoveNikkiDressUpQueen'' has two of these:
** The BigGood of the game, Queen Nanari of the Lilith Kingdom, has such a weak health that she hasn't been seen in public for years and her NumberTwo, Sir Nidhogg, has to handle almost everything. Even her members of her own family (like [[spoiler: her younger brother, Prince Royce]]) can only visit with her on a limited basis. The Nanari that spirits the titular Nikki and her cat Momo to the world of Miraland is actually a product of AstralProjection, and disappears few later.
** While not as frail as Queen Nanari, Nikki's IdenticalStranger Bai Jinjin appears to have a weak constitution. When she and her boyfriend Zhong Lizi headed towards the frigid North Kingdom [[spoiler: after the attempted kidnapping at the Designer's Tea Party]], her health deteriorated to the point that they were forced to return to their homeland, the Cloud Empire.
-->'''Zhong Lizi:''' "The further north we went, the worse Bai Jinjin's condition would get. Maybe she just can't bear the freezing weather."
1st Dec '17 1:58:39 PM RainbowPhoenix
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** Hilda from ''VideoGame/TalesOfRebirth'' was one as a child. [[HalfHumanHybrid Huma/Gajuma hybrids]] in general tend to have frail bodies, and many don't survive infancy because of this.
3rd Sep '17 7:18:48 PM StrixObscuro
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* In ''VideoGame/DarkElfHistoria'', Ruse has always been a bit sickly as a result of the time he spent alone after his parents were killed, but if Fraylia manages to defeat Danny the Orc without failing any previous missions, Ruse will suddenly fall ill with "Neysterbey Syndrome", which requires Fraylia to immediately abandon paid questing in order to go find a cure.
2nd Sep '17 7:35:29 AM XFllo
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** In ''VideoGame/FireEmblemAwakening'', [[ShrinkingViolet Noi]][[ArcherType re]] says she's anemic, and some of her lines have her saying she gets tired much easier than the other characters.
*** Subverted with [[CuteClumsyGirl Sumia]]. In a support with Henry, he notices [[spoiler: after their FreakyFridayFlip]] that her heartbeat is faster than normal and believes she has a heart murmur. It turns out that [[spoiler: since this is [[RelationshipUpgrade their S level support]], the super fast heartbeat happens because [[LoveTropes Sumia has fallen in love with Henry and is nervous around him]]; when she gives him her LoveConfession, he realizes [[LoveEpiphany that the same thing happens to him]] [[CrowningMomentOfHeartwarming and then he asks her to marry him]].]]

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** In ''VideoGame/FireEmblemAwakening'', [[ShrinkingViolet Noi]][[ArcherType re]] ''VideoGame/FireEmblemAwakening''?
*** ShrinkingViolet Noire
says she's anemic, and some of her lines have her saying she gets tired much easier than the other characters.
*** Subverted with [[CuteClumsyGirl Sumia]]. In a support with Henry, he notices [[spoiler: after their FreakyFridayFlip]] that her heartbeat is faster than normal and believes she has a heart murmur. It turns out that [[spoiler: since this is [[RelationshipUpgrade their S level support]], the super fast heartbeat happens because [[LoveTropes Sumia has fallen in love with Henry and is nervous around him]]; when she gives him her LoveConfession, he realizes [[LoveEpiphany that the same thing happens to him]] [[CrowningMomentOfHeartwarming and then he asks her to marry him]].]]him-
20th May '17 3:20:04 PM nombretomado
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* Heather the Ghoul from the ''[[VampireTheMasqueradeBloodlines Vampire: The Masquerade - Bloodlines]]'' game practically embodies this trope. First, you have to save her life when she lies dying in a hospital. Then, when she finds you again, she acts so cute and affectionate, you just have to have a heart of stone to send her away. Then, she starts making you small presents and other pleasant things, like letting you feed on her blood, free of charge, etc. Most of her behavior is determined by her condition (by turning her into your ghoul, you bind her to yourself and your blood becomes a powerful, addictive drug for her) but that doesn't diminish her cuteness even one bit. Trust me. That she is a {{Meganekko}} and a potential CosplayOtakuGirl doesn't exactly help, either... [[spoiler: if you ''don't'' send her away, at some point she is gonna be kidnapped and murdered as an act of [[PlayerPunch revenge upon you]].]]

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* Heather the Ghoul from the ''[[VampireTheMasqueradeBloodlines Vampire: The Masquerade - Bloodlines]]'' ''VideoGame/VampireTheMasqueradeBloodlines'' game practically embodies this trope. First, you have to save her life when she lies dying in a hospital. Then, when she finds you again, she acts so cute and affectionate, you just have to have a heart of stone to send her away. Then, she starts making you small presents and other pleasant things, like letting you feed on her blood, free of charge, etc. Most of her behavior is determined by her condition (by turning her into your ghoul, you bind her to yourself and your blood becomes a powerful, addictive drug for her) but that doesn't diminish her cuteness even one bit. Trust me. That she is a {{Meganekko}} and a potential CosplayOtakuGirl doesn't exactly help, either... [[spoiler: if you ''don't'' send her away, at some point she is gonna be kidnapped and murdered as an act of [[PlayerPunch revenge upon you]].]]
14th May '17 4:47:39 PM nombretomado
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* Tyler Chase's little sister Amy is infected with the Deftera GUILT two years prior to the first ''TraumaCenter'', and [[spoiler: eventually goes into critical condition in Chapter 3. Derek operates on her and cures her, thus removing her status as Ill Girl.]]

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* Tyler Chase's little sister Amy is infected with the Deftera GUILT two years prior to the first ''TraumaCenter'', ''VideoGame/TraumaCenter'', and [[spoiler: eventually goes into critical condition in Chapter 3. Derek operates on her and cures her, thus removing her status as Ill Girl.]]



* Emilio Juarez from ''TraumaCenter: Under the Knife 2'', who is [[spoiler:one of the Sinners (read: tortured orphans used by the bioterrorist organization Delphi as lab rats) saved by Derek in the first game]] is seventeen, yet manages to be an excellent example of an Ill Boy all the same. If it weren't for all the "he"s and "boy"s used referring to him, though, it probably wouldn't be hard to [[DudeLooksLikeALady mistake him for a more traditional example of the trope]].

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* Emilio Juarez from ''TraumaCenter: ''VideoGame/TraumaCenter: Under the Knife 2'', who is [[spoiler:one of the Sinners (read: tortured orphans used by the bioterrorist organization Delphi as lab rats) saved by Derek in the first game]] is seventeen, yet manages to be an excellent example of an Ill Boy all the same. If it weren't for all the "he"s and "boy"s used referring to him, though, it probably wouldn't be hard to [[DudeLooksLikeALady mistake him for a more traditional example of the trope]].
30th Apr '17 2:11:39 PM nombretomado
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* ''HarvestMoon Magical Melody'' features a girl you can romance who is incredibly ill from some vague disease, and as such she spends every waking hour in the hospital, and you have to come visit her. You could always just woo her nurse instead.

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* ''HarvestMoon Magical Melody'' ''VideoGame/HarvestMoonMagicalMelody'' features a girl you can romance who is incredibly ill from some vague disease, and as such she spends every waking hour in the hospital, and you have to come visit her. You could always just woo her nurse instead.



* Marlin from the ''HarvestMoon'' games set in Forget-Me-Not Valley was an IllBoy in his youth. He was moved out into the mountains in the hope that the air would cure him. It did help quite a bit, but he's still kinda sickly.

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* Marlin from the ''HarvestMoon'' ''VideoGame/HarvestMoon'' games set in Forget-Me-Not Valley was an IllBoy in his youth. He was moved out into the mountains in the hope that the air would cure him. It did help quite a bit, but he's still kinda sickly.
29th Apr '17 3:57:36 PM nombretomado
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* In the ''Franchise/TokimekiMemorial'' series, there's [[{{Meganekko}} Mio]] [[CuteBookworm Kisaragi]] of Tokimemo 1, who suffers from anemia and thus and can't handle violent physical activities and emotions, and Hotaru Izumi of Tokimemo 3, who had to stay for a long time at the hospital, and still suffers from some aftereffects, due to a car accident a few years prior the game's proper, which also [[spoiler: [[TheMourningAfter cost the life of her dear boyfriend]]]].

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* In the ''Franchise/TokimekiMemorial'' ''VisualNovel/TokimekiMemorial'' series, there's [[{{Meganekko}} Mio]] [[CuteBookworm Kisaragi]] of Tokimemo 1, who suffers from anemia and thus and can't handle violent physical activities and emotions, and Hotaru Izumi of Tokimemo 3, who had to stay for a long time at the hospital, and still suffers from some aftereffects, due to a car accident a few years prior the game's proper, which also [[spoiler: [[TheMourningAfter cost the life of her dear boyfriend]]]].
23rd Apr '17 8:24:19 PM nombretomado
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* ''Franchise/TalesSeries'':

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