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25th Apr '16 1:48:41 AM Vorpale
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** A series-wide example would be the quarians, who cannot survive outside of their suits as they have a rather weak immune system, which was even further weakened by three centuries of living aboard sterile spaceships. [[spoiler: they get better if you manage to [[GoldenEnding get them to make peace with the geth during ''Priority: Rannoch'']] and then choose the "Synthesis" or "Control" ending in ''VideoGame/MassEffect3'' : since the geth do not believe in holding grudges, they welcome their quarian creators back to Rannoch with open arms and upload themselves to the quarians' suits to mimic a variety of diseases and illnesses. As a result, quarians are able to ditch the suits completely ''within a few years'' following the events of the trilogy]].
22nd Apr '16 11:43:33 AM superkeijikun
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* John Cassidy from ''VideoGame/{{Fallout 2}}'' suffers from a heart condition, necessitating regular injections of cardio-boosters to keep from having a heart attack. If you give him a chem like Psycho, Buffout, or Jet, it will aggravate the condition to the point of giving him an instant, and fatal, heart attack.
16th Apr '16 6:52:51 AM FoolsEditAccount
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* Saki in ''VideoGame/UncommonTime''. It's subverted in that he's still capable of going adventuring with the heroes, but he's still very frail and sickly, and sometimes collapses and has to be taken care of. [[spoiler:This is in fact very serious; he is terminally ill with a congenital disease and knows he's likely to die soon. He keeps this a secret from the others, but his LoveInterest Meirin finds out anyway. In the GoldenEnding, she promises to find a cure for him; in one of the bad endings, he chooses to commit suicide rather than let the disease catch up to him.]]
13th Mar '16 12:58:04 PM DrFraud
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* Em in ''Prelude'' is another adult example. She has an unspecified ailment which makes her tire easily and start coughing when she's been outside for too long and which prompted her father to discourage her from singing due to the vocal strain.
20th Jan '16 11:18:23 AM Willbyr
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* Tomoki in ''{{Canvas 2}}''. However, the surgery she needs is actually quite easy and not that expensive. Not even that risky. She's actually afraid it will work and she'll be lonely.

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* Tomoki in ''{{Canvas ''VisualNovel/{{Canvas 2}}''. However, the surgery she needs is actually quite easy and not that expensive. Not even that risky. She's actually afraid it will work and she'll be lonely.
26th Nov '15 5:06:50 PM nombretomado
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* Subverted: Ukyo Tachibana from ''SamuraiShodown'' has tuberculosis (IncurableCoughOfDeath and BloodFromTheMouth included), but he remains quite a {{badass}} fighter. [[spoiler: Further subverted as the second game implies that he dies of it, but he reappears in the third.]]

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* Subverted: Ukyo Tachibana from ''SamuraiShodown'' ''VideoGame/SamuraiShodown'' has tuberculosis (IncurableCoughOfDeath and BloodFromTheMouth included), but he remains quite a {{badass}} fighter. [[spoiler: Further subverted as the second game implies that he dies of it, but he reappears in the third.]]
15th Nov '15 10:34:47 AM nombretomado
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* Muse from ''RomancingSaGa3''. Surprisingly enough, she is one of the better characters to recruit after [[spoiler:she is cured of her sickness]].

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* Muse from ''RomancingSaGa3''.''VideoGame/RomancingSaGa3''. Surprisingly enough, she is one of the better characters to recruit after [[spoiler:she is cured of her sickness]].
6th Nov '15 5:31:54 PM billybobfred
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* ''VideoGame/{{Undertale}}'''s Neutral path explains that the AmbiguousGender First Human was adopted by Asgore and Toriel after they fell into the Underground, but one day fell ill and died, after which their adoptive brother Asriel absorbed their SOUL in a fit of grief, took their body into the nearby human village, and was killed by the inhabitants who believed Asriel was responsible for their death. This lead to Asgore swearing revenge against humanity, a plan that disgusted Toriel so much she left the kingdom to live in the Ruins. Very tragic. Which makes it hit harder in the True Pacifist path, when you learn that [[spoiler:they actually poisoned themself on purpose as a ThanatosGambit. They told Asriel that the plan was to leave the barrier (which requires the amount of power in a human SOUL plus a monster SOUL), kill just six more humans, and return to shatter the barrier (which requires the amount of power in seven human [=SOULs=]), thereby freeing monsterkind. It's not made clear whether they were lying all along, or just got DrunkWithPower, but when it came time to execute the plan, Chara wanted to exterminate the entire village, and possibly all of humanity. Asriel's willpower was able to stop them, but got him killed as he refused to fight back.]]
12th Sep '15 10:10:26 PM nombretomado
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* In ''AdvanceWars: Days of Ruin'', Isabella/Catleia fills this role early on due to being infected with the mysterious floral virus. Will/Ed is the one to cares for her most, but because the virus only affects younger people, he'd be in danger if he was around her too much. Due to her strange memories, the crew manages to find a cure for it. Unfortunately, the virus later evolves to be able to affect matures as well.

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* In ''AdvanceWars: ''VideoGame/AdvanceWars: Days of Ruin'', Isabella/Catleia fills this role early on due to being infected with the mysterious floral virus. Will/Ed is the one to cares for her most, but because the virus only affects younger people, he'd be in danger if he was around her too much. Due to her strange memories, the crew manages to find a cure for it. Unfortunately, the virus later evolves to be able to affect matures as well.
10th Sep '15 1:09:31 PM Willbyr
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* Yasumi Aizawa in ''AoiShiro'' is one of these. [[spoiler: Until it turns out she just needed a little blood]].

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* Yasumi Aizawa in ''AoiShiro'' ''VisualNovel/AoiShiro'' is one of these. [[spoiler: Until it turns out she just needed a little blood]].



* In the ''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 ''TokimekiMemorial'' ''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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