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20th Nov '17 4:57:21 AM Chabal2
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* In ''VideoGame/{{Warcraft}} 3'', the Tauren Chieftain's ultimate skill lets him auto-revive with full health every four minutes, and carrying an Ankh of Reincarnation allows a hero to auto-revive once with 500 hitpoints. The Blood Mage's ultimate summons a Phoenix which turns into an egg on death, from which will spring another Phoenix if it isn't destroyed after about 10 seconds.

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* In ''VideoGame/{{Warcraft}} 3'', the 3'':
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Tauren Chieftain's ultimate skill lets him auto-revive with full health and mana every four minutes, and carrying minutes.
** Carrying
an Ankh of Reincarnation allows a hero to auto-revive once with 500 hitpoints. hitpoints.
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The Blood Mage's ultimate summons a Phoenix which turns into an egg on death, from which will spring another Phoenix if it isn't destroyed after about 10 seconds.seconds. However, the Phoenix also has negative health regeneration, so it ''will'' die (and if it dies over water or unpassable terrain, has to be summoned again).


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* ''Literature/HarryPotter'': Making a Horcrux sacrifices part of your soul and transfers it to a chosen object (including living things), so that if you die your soul continues to exist. Doing so is an insanely reckless and evil endeavor (requiring a murder or other heinous act), and Voldemort made ''seven'' of them, [[spoiler:meaning he had no way of knowing when they were destroyed and he was down to his last hit poi- soul fragment.]]
10th Nov '17 2:16:10 PM Vindicar
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* All ''VideoGame/SpiralKnights'' can revive for free once per level. Additional revives on the same level consume an aptly named Spark of Life, which can be bought for real money or (rarely) found.
5th Oct '17 4:47:00 PM thatother1dude
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* in the book ''Literature/ReadyPlayerOne'' which mostly takes place inside a video game the main character finds an easter egg inside the game that requires him to play a perfect game of Pacman. His reward is a quarter that attaches itself to his inventory that he cant figure out what it's for. later he realizes that it gives the holder an extra life and it is the only object in the entire game that will do so.
--> ''"NICE RECOVER!"''

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* in In the book ''Literature/ReadyPlayerOne'' which mostly takes place inside a video game game, the main character finds an easter egg inside the game that requires him to play a perfect game of Pacman. ''Pacman''. His reward is a quarter that attaches itself to his inventory that he cant can't figure out what it's for. later Later he realizes that it gives the holder an extra life and it is the only object in the entire game that will do so.
--> ''"NICE RECOVER!"''''NICE RECOVER!''



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* in ''WesternAnimation/TheTransformers'', Megatron appears to revive from apparent death several times. The most egregious example is in the first season episode "The Ultimate Doom Part 3", when his [[MadeOfExplodium energon cube]] laden starship which he is piloting is fired upon by the Autobots and explodes. The force of the explosion is enough to ''force Cybertron out of Earth's orbit''. And yet, at the end of the episode, he's mostly intact, floating in space, and his optics flash up bright red as he revives and flies off.
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* in ''WesternAnimation/TheTransformers'', Megatron appears to revive from apparent death several times. The most egregious example is in the first season episode "The Ultimate Doom Part 3", when his [[MadeOfExplodium energon cube]] laden starship which he is piloting is fired upon by the Autobots and explodes. The force of the explosion is enough to ''force Cybertron out of Earth's orbit''. And yet, at the end of the episode, he's mostly intact, floating in space, and his optics flash up bright red as he revives and flies off.
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13th Sep '17 12:24:05 AM KobyFish
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** A classic combo in ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyVII'' is to pair the Phoenix summon materia with one that activates when you die (it can't be done infinitely in the same battle, however).

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** A classic combo in ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyVII'' is to pair the Phoenix summon materia with Final Attack support materia--the one that activates when you die (it can't be done infinitely in the same battle, however).however; it's dependent on the level of the Phoenix Materia, and can activate a maximum of 5 times). It is also possible to pair Final Attack with the Life Materia, but it's not as efficient as Phoenix.
13th Sep '17 12:19:55 AM KobyFish
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** ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyIX'' has the summon, Phoenix, which can revive all fallen allies when used. However, if [[TotalPartyKill the entire party is wiped]] and [[RequiredPartyMember Eiko (who is the only character that can use Phoenix)]] is in the lineup, there's a small chance Phoenix will come on its own and revive the entire party, giving you a second chance. This can happen multiple times in a single fight, but the odds of it happening diminish each time.

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** ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyIX'' has the summon, Phoenix, which can revive all fallen allies when used. However, if [[TotalPartyKill the entire party is wiped]] and [[RequiredPartyMember Eiko (who is the only character that can use Phoenix)]] is in the lineup, there's a small chance Phoenix will come on its own and revive the entire party, giving you a second chance. This can happen multiple times in a single fight, but the odds of it happening diminish each time. Additionally, Quina can cast Auto-Life as Blue Magic, and there's an equippable support ability on all characters that is also called Auto-Life. It brings a character back with 1 HP after being knocked out.
29th Aug '17 11:12:27 AM CosmicFerret
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* Rations in the ''Franchise/MetalGear'' series had this effect if currently equipped.

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* Rations in the ''Franchise/MetalGear'' ''VideoGame/MetalGear'' series had this effect if currently equipped.
3rd Aug '17 6:21:24 PM Bugfragged
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* ''VideoGame/NocturneRebirth'' has the Phoenix Feather accessory, which revives a fallen character with 100 HP and their buffs intact.
15th Jul '17 12:49:50 PM Aero121
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** Invoked by Darth Sion, whose unique force power revives him following each fight out of pure rage.
21st Jun '17 4:18:47 PM PufflePalooza
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* VideoGame/SubwaySurfers allows you to revive your character for one key the first time and doubles after that. Being revived in Subway Surfers allows you to continue your run. Likewise there are many other games that are similar to Subway Surfers that include the same feature.
** VideoGame/TempleRun allows you to purchase resurrecting wings with coins from the shop that allow you to continue immediately after getting caught by the monkeys.
** VideoGame/JetpackJoyride gives you the ability to buy Quick Revives once you die and receive them in the jackpot.
** VideoGame/SuperMarioRun revives you with bubbles at the cost of setting you back a bit from where you would have died.
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20th Jun '17 11:00:23 AM mogryo
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* In ''VideoGame/WorldOfWarcraft'', the Priest talent Guardian Spirit (cast on others), the Paladin talent Ardent Defender (self-only), the Rogue talent Cheat Death (also self-only), and the Mage talent Cauterize (''also'' self-only) give their respective beneficiaries the ability to ignore a single blow that would have killed them, instead restoring a portion of their health. Mages burn to death afterwards though, unless healed.
** Except these three effects ''prevent'' death, rather than automatically revive them. There are other effects that trigger from deaths (e.g. Archimonde in the Battle of Mt. Hyjal raid), and these four don't trigger those.
** Warlock soulstones and the Shaman Reincarnation ability work in a more traditional fashion, letting the user revive himself on the spot, even during combat. Hunter pets have a talent ability that also works like this. Also, the Darkmoon Card: Twisting Nether has a 10% chance to revive the user after death.

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* In ''VideoGame/WorldOfWarcraft'', the Priest talent Guardian Spirit (cast on others), the Paladin talent Ardent Defender (self-only), the Rogue talent Cheat Death (also self-only), and the Mage talent Cauterize (''also'' self-only) give their respective beneficiaries the ability to ignore a single blow that would have killed them, instead restoring a portion of their health. Mages burn to death afterwards though, unless healed.
** Except these three effects ''prevent'' death, rather than automatically revive them. There are other effects that trigger from deaths (e.g. Archimonde in the Battle of Mt. Hyjal raid), and these four don't trigger those.
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Warlock soulstones and the Shaman Reincarnation ability work in a more traditional fashion, letting the user allow users revive himself on the spot, even during combat. Hunter pets have a talent ability that also works like this. Also, the Darkmoon Card: Twisting Nether has a 10% chance to revive the user after death.
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