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30th Aug '16 10:55:12 AM Angeldeb82
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In any fantasy game, this tends to be a natural ability of the mythical Phoenix.[[note]]Though not all "firebirds" are Phoenixes.[[/note]] However, they can either only do it once, or they do so by turning into an egg (which can potentiallly be destroyed before they hatch again).

Subtrope of DeathActivatedSuperPower. Compare OneUp.[[note]]Which may involve starting from the last CheckPoint)[[/note]] and LastChanceHitPoint.[[note]](which gives you a second chance ''before'' the KO instead of after it.[[/note]]

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In any fantasy game, this tends to be a natural ability of the mythical Phoenix.[[note]]Though not all "firebirds" are Phoenixes.[[/note]] However, they can either only do it once, or they do so by turning into an egg (which can potentiallly potentially be destroyed before they hatch again).

Subtrope of DeathActivatedSuperPower.DeathActivatedSuperpower. Compare OneUp.[[note]]Which may involve starting from the last CheckPoint)[[/note]] and LastChanceHitPoint.[[note]](which gives you a second chance ''before'' the KO instead of after it.[[/note]]



* The Reviver Seeds in ''VideoGame/PokemonMysteryDungeon''. After use, they become Plain Seeds, which are absolutely useless... except in ''Explorers of Sky'', where you can have [[CloudCuckooLander Spinda]] make them into drinks that may boost your HP.

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* The Reviver Seeds in ''VideoGame/PokemonMysteryDungeon''. After use, they become Plain Seeds, which are absolutely useless... except in ''Explorers of Sky'', where you can have [[CloudCuckooLander [[{{Cloudcuckoolander}} Spinda]] make them into drinks that may boost your HP.



*** ''CrisisCore'''s Phoenix Downs work similarly, but the effect never goes away, short of dying. It's possible to get said reraise status at the earliest possible moment in the game and keep it throughout the entire game.
*** The Phoenix Downs in ''VideoGame/DirgeOfCerberus'' worked the same as in ''CrisisCore''.

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*** ''CrisisCore'''s ''VideoGame/CrisisCore'''s Phoenix Downs work similarly, but the effect never goes away, short of dying. It's possible to get said reraise status at the earliest possible moment in the game and keep it throughout the entire game.
*** The Phoenix Downs in ''VideoGame/DirgeOfCerberus'' worked the same as in ''CrisisCore''.''VideoGame/CrisisCore''.



*** The popularity of the Twilight Mail/Helm received from the BigBad of Abyssea is due to the combination having a perpetual AutoRevive.

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*** The popularity of the Twilight Mail/Helm received from the BigBad of Abyssea is due to the combination having a perpetual AutoRevive.Auto-Revive.



* In the single player mode of ''RedFaction 2'', you can carry up to three health kits, which function like this. If you're already carrying the max number of health kits, then you can still pick them up to gain instant health like in other first person shooters.
* The ''VideoGame/{{SaGa}}'' series has Revive starting with ''VideoGame/{{Romancing SaGa 2}}''.

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* In the single player mode of ''RedFaction ''VideoGame/RedFaction 2'', you can carry up to three health kits, which function like this. If you're already carrying the max number of health kits, then you can still pick them up to gain instant health like in other first person shooters.
* The ''VideoGame/{{SaGa}}'' ''VideoGame/SaGa'' series has Revive starting with ''VideoGame/{{Romancing SaGa 2}}''.''VideoGame/RomancingSaGa2''.



* In ''TabletopGame/DungeonsAndDragons'', The Tarrasque is a legendary monster who typically has the ability to fully regenerate itself when "killed" (though not right away). In v3.0 and 3.5, one must reduce the monster to -30HP and then use the 9th-level [[WizardClassic Wizard]] spell [[PowerAtAPrice Wish]] to halt its regeneration cycle (the method varies depending on the version being used).

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* In ''TabletopGame/DungeonsAndDragons'', The Tarrasque is a legendary monster who typically has the ability to fully regenerate itself when "killed" (though not right away). In v3.0 and 3.5, one must reduce the monster to -30HP and then use the 9th-level [[WizardClassic Wizard]] {{Wizard|Classic}} spell [[PowerAtAPrice Wish]] to halt its regeneration cycle (the method varies depending on the version being used).



* The ''{{Suikoden}}'' series has, by various names known, the "Sacrificial Jizo" item or accessory that, when equipped, allows the character to come back (once) with a few hundred hit-points.

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* The ''{{Suikoden}}'' ''VideoGame/{{Suikoden}}'' series has, by various names known, the "Sacrificial Jizo" item or accessory that, when equipped, allows the character to come back (once) with a few hundred hit-points.



* ''VideoGame/AdventureIsland IV'' has a fairy (who fulfilled the role of InvincibilityPowerUp in earlier games) who can revive Higgins and send him back right to where he died and dissappear after use. She's acquirable at minigames found throughout the game.

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* ''VideoGame/AdventureIsland IV'' has a fairy (who fulfilled the role of InvincibilityPowerUp in earlier games) who can revive Higgins and send him back right to where he died and dissappear disappear after use. She's acquirable at minigames found throughout the game.



* The [[VideoGame/LunarTheSilverStar Lunar]] games have Angel Rings - rare, equipable accessories that resurrect the user once, then vanish. Falls firmly in the TooAwesomeToUse category for almost all of the game.

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* The [[VideoGame/LunarTheSilverStar Lunar]] VideoGame/{{Lunar|TheSilverStar}} games have Angel Rings - rare, equipable equippable accessories that resurrect the user once, then vanish. Falls firmly in the TooAwesomeToUse category for almost all of the game.



* Videogame/AkatsukiBlitzkampf has [[ChurchMilitant Anonym]], who has a Super that can do this as long as her Super energy bar is completely full. [[LightTheWay Complete with a shaft of light shining down from the Heavens... that can hit the rival as well.]]
* Videogame/TheBindingOfIsaac and it's remake The Binding of Isaac:Rebirth has multiple items that provide a revive effect (it will however send you into the last room visited), and resets the room you were just in, such as the Dead Cat and 1-UP; all of these items have limited charges (the Dead cat having the highest, at 9). Some items even provide useful benefits when reviving, such as Judas' Shadow and Lazarus' Rags, which both revive you and provide permanent stat boosts, but turn you into Judas and Lazarus respectively, which means any runs you do complete will only unlock items from Judas' and Lazarus' unlock pool, and remove any non-item based character bonuses.

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* Videogame/AkatsukiBlitzkampf VideoGame/AkatsukiBlitzkampf has [[ChurchMilitant Anonym]], who has a Super that can do this as long as her Super energy bar is completely full. [[LightTheWay Complete with a shaft of light shining down from the Heavens... that can hit the rival as well.]]
* Videogame/TheBindingOfIsaac ''VideoGame/TheBindingOfIsaac'' and it's its remake The ''The Binding of Isaac:Rebirth has Isaac: Rebirth'' have multiple items that provide a revive effect (it will however send you into the last room visited), and resets reset the room you were just in, such as the Dead Cat and 1-UP; all of these items have limited charges (the Dead cat having the highest, at 9). Some items even provide useful benefits when reviving, such as Judas' Shadow and Lazarus' Rags, which both revive you and provide permanent stat boosts, but turn you into Judas and Lazarus respectively, which means any runs you do complete will only unlock items from Judas' and Lazarus' unlock pool, and remove any non-item based character bonuses.bonuses.
* In ''VideoGame/{{Enchanter}}'', there is the black OZMOO spell scroll that can help you "survive unnatural death". If you memorize and cast it at just the right time, you'll survive the HumanSacrifice ritual in the temple.
13th Aug '16 1:35:44 PM nombretomado
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*** The Phoenix Downs in ''DirgeOfCerberus'' worked the same as in ''CrisisCore''.

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*** The Phoenix Downs in ''DirgeOfCerberus'' ''VideoGame/DirgeOfCerberus'' worked the same as in ''CrisisCore''.
7th Aug '16 5:15:31 AM Crispin
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* The first aid spray in ''VideoGame/ResidentEvilTheUmbrellaChronicles''.

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* The first aid spray in ''VideoGame/ResidentEvilTheUmbrellaChronicles''.''VideoGame/ResidentEvilTheUmbrellaChronicles'' and ''VideoGame/ResidentEvilTheDarksideChronicles''.
8th Jun '16 1:05:22 AM Morgenthaler
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* in the book ''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.

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* in the book ''ReadyPlayerOne'' ''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.
15th Apr '16 4:19:02 AM aye_amber
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* The [[LunarSilverStarStory Lunar]] games have Angel Rings - rare, equipable accessories that resurrect the user once, then vanish. Falls firmly in the TooAwesomeToUse category for almost all of the game.

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* The [[LunarSilverStarStory [[VideoGame/LunarTheSilverStar Lunar]] games have Angel Rings - rare, equipable accessories that resurrect the user once, then vanish. Falls firmly in the TooAwesomeToUse category for almost all of the game.
7th Mar '16 6:29:24 PM Steven
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* In ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyXIV'' the last boss of the hard mode version of the Lost City of Amdapor dungeon has a buff that lets it revive itself twice. Each time the boss is revived, it gains increased defense and it changes attack patterns.
15th Jan '16 2:57:09 PM Cobalt58
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* Videogame/TheBindingOfIsaac and it's remake The Binding of Isaac:Rebirth has multiple items that provide a revive effect (it will however send you into the last room visited, and resets the room you were just in, such as the Dead Cat and 1-UP, all of these items have limited charges (the Dead cat having the highest, at 9). Some items even provide useful benefits when reviving, such as Judas' Shadow and Lazarus' Rags, which both revive you and provide permanent stat boosts, but turn you into Judas and Lazarus respectively, which means any runs you do complete will only unlock items from Judas' and Lazarus' unlock pool, and remove any non-item based character bonuses.

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* Videogame/TheBindingOfIsaac and it's remake The Binding of Isaac:Rebirth has multiple items that provide a revive effect (it will however send you into the last room visited, visited), and resets the room you were just in, such as the Dead Cat and 1-UP, 1-UP; all of these items have limited charges (the Dead cat having the highest, at 9). Some items even provide useful benefits when reviving, such as Judas' Shadow and Lazarus' Rags, which both revive you and provide permanent stat boosts, but turn you into Judas and Lazarus respectively, which means any runs you do complete will only unlock items from Judas' and Lazarus' unlock pool, and remove any non-item based character bonuses.
15th Jan '16 2:56:20 PM Cobalt58
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* Videogame/TheBindingOfIsaac and it's remake The Binding of Isaac:Rebirth has multiple items that provide a revive effect (it will however send you into the last room visited, and resets the room you were just in, such as the Dead Cat and 1-UP, all of these items have limited charges (the Dead cat having the highest, at 9). Some items even provide useful benefits when reviving, such as Judas' Shadow and Lazarus' Rags, which both revive you and provide permanent stat boosts, but turn you into Judas and Lazarus respectively, which means any runs you do complete will only unlock items from Judas' and Lazarus' unlock pool, and remove any non-item based character bonuses.
15th Dec '15 7:35:06 AM Karxrida
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** ''VideoGame/KingdomHeartsI: The [[Disney/PeterPan Tinker Bell]] summon works differently from the rest in that your party members don't disappear and she can stay around indefinitely, only disappearing when she resurrects you or you dismiss her. And in addition to resurrecting you, she constantly heals you -- basically the Regen and Reraise status.

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** ''VideoGame/KingdomHeartsI: ''VideoGame/KingdomHeartsI'': The [[Disney/PeterPan Tinker Bell]] summon works differently from the rest in that your party members don't disappear and she can stay around indefinitely, only disappearing when she resurrects you or you dismiss her. And in addition to resurrecting you, she constantly heals you -- basically the Regen and Reraise status.


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** ''VideoGame/KingdomHeartsBirthBySleep'': The Aqua D-Link's Level 2 Ability is Auto-Life, which will revive the user with 25% of their total HP if they die. It only works once per D-Link.
15th Dec '15 7:33:38 AM Karxrida
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** The Auto-life panel in ''[[VideoGame/KingdomHearts358DaysOver2 358/2 Days]]'' had three levels of this: the first heals you up to one-third of your total HP, then two-thirds, then your full HP. Still only works once a mission, however.

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** ''VideoGame/KingdomHearts358DaysOver2'': The Auto-life panel in ''[[VideoGame/KingdomHearts358DaysOver2 358/2 Days]]'' had three levels of this: Auto-Life Ability Panel will revive the first heals you up to one-third user once per mission. The Level 1 version revives them with 1/3 of your their total HP, then two-thirds, then your the Level 2 version revives them with 2/3 of their total HP, and Level 3 version revives them with full HP. Still only works once a mission, however.HP.
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