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5th Apr '16 10:58:25 PM darksoul4242
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* BoringInvincibleHero: Regularly quite averted when things get serious. Multiple times Lina and co. have defeated their massively more potent adversaries purely through sheer luck. To make a list, [[spoiler: Shabranigdo was killed the first time using a spell that had an equal chance of ending the entire world as it did just being the ultimate offensive spell, and Lina wasn't even sure if the spell would work in the first place, and even then she only had the time to do it because Rezo held back his defenses. Gaarv was heavily wounded by Lina's Ragna Blade, but it STILL wasn't enough to kill them and would have slaughtered them if Fibrizio hadn't intervened. Fibrizio obviously massively outclassed the group when he demonstrated that he could kill them at will without any real effort on his part while effortlessly shrugging off all of their attacks, and only won because L-sama didn't really give much of a toss about what was going on either way. So far the only Big Bad's in the series that Lina has killed without casting an incredibly risky spell that has a fifty percent chance of ending reality are Copy Rezo and Dark Star Dugradigdu. At the end of Evolution-R, Lina casts successful Giga Slave for exactly the second time ever to kill Shabranigdo yet again, and though he was massively weakened from the form she encountered originally, the team STILL couldn't really kill him without Pokota's act of self-sacrifice doing the same thing Rezo did the first time.]]

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* BoringInvincibleHero: Regularly quite averted when things get serious. Multiple times Lina and co. have defeated their massively more potent adversaries purely through sheer luck. To make a list, [[spoiler: Shabranigdo was killed the first time using a spell that had an equal chance of ending the entire world as it did just being the ultimate offensive spell, and Lina wasn't even sure if the spell would work in the first place, and even then she only had the time to do it because Rezo held back his defenses. Gaarv was heavily wounded by Lina's Ragna Blade, but it STILL wasn't enough to kill them and would have slaughtered them if Fibrizio hadn't intervened. Fibrizio obviously massively outclassed the group when he demonstrated that he could kill them at will without any real effort on his part while effortlessly shrugging off all of their attacks, and only won because L-sama didn't really give much of a toss about what was going on either way. So far the only Big Bad's in the series that Lina has killed without casting an incredibly risky spell that has a fifty percent chance of ending reality are Copy Rezo and Dark Star Dugradigdu. At the end of Evolution-R, Lina successfully casts successful Giga Slave for exactly the second time ever to kill Shabranigdo yet again, and though he was massively weakened from the form she encountered originally, the team STILL couldn't really kill him without Pokota's act of self-sacrifice doing the same thing Rezo did the first time.]]
4th Apr '16 10:12:37 AM bweb
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* CPRCleanPrettyReliable: Before Sylphiel can use a healing spell on Lina in the first season, she had to restart her heart. She begins by pounding on Lina's chest, then doing compressions and Mouth-to-Mouth. When Lina regains her color, Sylphiel applies a healing spell. Conceivably justified in that any brain-damage from Lina's heart stopping or broken ribs from {{=CPR=}} might have been healed by Sylphiel's white magic. It's worth noting that Sylphiel's spell also seemed to replenish the '''gallons''' of blood that Lina seemed to have lost when she was struck.

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* CPRCleanPrettyReliable: Before Sylphiel can use a healing spell on Lina in the first season, she had to restart her heart. She begins by pounding on Lina's chest, then doing compressions and Mouth-to-Mouth. When Lina regains her color, Sylphiel applies a healing spell. Conceivably justified in that any brain-damage from Lina's heart stopping or broken ribs from {{=CPR=}} CPR might have been healed by Sylphiel's white magic. It's worth noting that Sylphiel's spell also seemed to replenish the '''gallons''' of blood that Lina seemed to have lost when she was struck.
4th Apr '16 10:12:09 AM bweb
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* CPRCleanPrettyReliable: Before Sylphiel can use a healing spell on Lina in the first season, she had to restart her heart. She begins by pounding on Lina's chest, then doing compressions and Mouth-to-Mouth. When Lina regains her color, Sylphiel applies a healing spell. Conceivably justified in that any brain-damage from Lina's heart stopping or broken ribs from {{=CPR=}} might have been healed by Sylphiel's white magic. It's worth noting that Sylphiel's spell also seemed to replenish the '''gallons''' of blood that Lina seemed to have lost when she was struck.
25th Mar '16 1:30:49 AM AceDetective
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* FourTemperamentEnsemble: Zelgadis is melancholic/supine, Amelia is sanguine/supine, Gourry is supine/sanguine, and Lina is most certainly sanguine/melancholic. Xellos, meanwhile, is sanguine/choleric.

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* FourTemperamentEnsemble: Zelgadis is melancholic/supine, Melancholic, Amelia is sanguine/supine, Choleric, Gourry is supine/sanguine, Supine, and Lina is most certainly sanguine/melancholic. Choleric. Xellos, meanwhile, is sanguine/choleric.Sanguine.
13th Mar '16 10:15:21 AM AceDetective
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* FourTemperamentEnsemble: Zelgadis is melancholic/supine, Amelia is choleric/supine, Gourry is supine/sanguine, and Lina is most certainly sanguine/melancholic. Xellos, meanwhile, is sanguine/choleric.

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* FourTemperamentEnsemble: Zelgadis is melancholic/supine, Amelia is choleric/supine, sanguine/supine, Gourry is supine/sanguine, and Lina is most certainly sanguine/melancholic. Xellos, meanwhile, is sanguine/choleric.
6th Mar '16 11:04:41 AM WolfThunder
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6th Mar '16 11:02:59 AM WolfThunder
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4th Feb '16 6:52:42 AM Bisected8
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* DungeonBasedEconomy: Whenever Lina's strapped for cash, she'll sell merchants whatever she's looted from local bandits, or any treasure she's carrying, but doesn't have a need for.
18th Jan '16 5:06:41 PM eroock
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'''''Slayers''''' ([[MarketBasedTitle marketed as]] '''''The Slayers''''' in the U.S.) started as a serialized novel in the Japanese ''Dragon'' Magazine (no relation to the American one of the same name). Originally it was supposed to follow the adventures of the Cephied Knight, a champion for good named Luna Inverse. However, when filling out her background, the writer found her little sister Lina far more interesting.

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'''''Slayers''''' ''Slayers'' ([[MarketBasedTitle marketed as]] '''''The Slayers''''' ''The Slayers'' in the U.S.) started as a serialized novel in the Japanese ''Dragon'' Magazine (no relation to the American one of the same name). Originally it was supposed to follow the adventures of the Cephied Knight, a champion for good named Luna Inverse. However, when filling out her background, the writer found her little sister Lina far more interesting.
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