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9th Sep '17 7:01:56 PM sgamer82
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* While her personality is perhaps more in line with a WhiteMagicianGirl, ''Anime/MahoujinGuruGuru's'' Kukuri uses demon summoning magic.

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* While her bubbly and polite personality is perhaps more in line with a WhiteMagicianGirl, ''Anime/MahoujinGuruGuru's'' ''Manga/MagicalCircleGuruGuru's'' Kukuri dresses in black and uses demon summoning magic.
29th Aug '17 5:40:47 PM nombretomado
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* Iris from ''AetheriaEpics''.

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* %%* Iris from ''AetheriaEpics''.''Webcomic/AetheriaEpics''.



* Angelika from ''Webcomic/OurLittleAdventure''.

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* %%* Angelika from ''Webcomic/OurLittleAdventure''.
26th Aug '17 4:42:15 PM Malady
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* ''LaTale'' has the Sorcerer class, one of the two advanced classes after Wizard, which abandons all healing magic for pure offensive magic.

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* ''LaTale'' ''VideoGame/LaTale'' has the Sorcerer class, one of the two advanced classes after Wizard, which abandons all healing magic for pure offensive magic.
18th Aug '17 5:09:21 PM apathetice
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* This is the title of the song Чёрный маг, by Russian band Epedemia.

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* This is the title of the song [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IZPZqxYfBao Чёрный маг, маг]], by Russian band Epedemia.
11th Aug '17 4:32:41 AM Kotomikun
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* Black Mage from ''Webcomic/EightBitTheater'', naturally.

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* Black Mage from ''Webcomic/EightBitTheater'', naturally. Parodies his character class, just like his teammates--he has several incredibly destructive spells, but rarely uses anything other than his once-per-day [[{{Kamehamehadoken}} hadoken]], and just as rarely manages to actually hit something with it. His real weapon of choice is his seemingly endless supply of daggers, mostly used for [[DisproportionateRetribution stabbing his teammates when they do something annoying]].
19th Jun '17 7:53:02 PM sampacm
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* Paula from ''VideoGame/EarthBound''. She uses offensive spells such as PK Fire and PK Freeze. Kumatora from ''VideoGame/{{Mother 3}}'' also fits.

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* Ana from ''VideoGame/EarthboundBeginnings'' and Paula from ''VideoGame/EarthBound''. She uses ''VideoGame/EarthBound'': They both use offensive spells such as [[PlayingWithFire PK Fire Fire]] and [[AnIcePerson PK Freeze.Freeze]] (Ana also has [[FrickinLaserBeams PK Beam]]). Kumatora from ''VideoGame/{{Mother 3}}'' also fits.
16th Jun '17 5:37:14 AM Will
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* The Bright College of Wizardry in both TabletopGame/{{Warhammer}} and TabletopGame/WarhammerFantasyRoleplay. The other seven schools all have some kind of offensive magics but also include things like healing, illusions, or prophecy. The Bright College wields the Lore of Fire; of its seven spells, six can be summarised as "set your enemies on fire and watch them burn". And the seventh is "set your allies' weapons on fire so that ''they'' can set your enemies on fire".
19th Mar '17 9:40:59 AM nombretomado
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** The magic-focused WorldOfDarkness property, Mage, has the forces sphere, which is all about throwing around elemental forces that are increasingly destructive, blatant, and generally terrifying. Low levels start out with redirecting natural fire and electricity into damaging effects, and increasing mastery gives the caster the ability to grab increasingly fundamental physical forces like gravity and radiation and use them to blow things up. Even non-damaging uses of the sphere like flight and invisibility are usually so blatantly supernatural that spell backfire is going to do something dramatic and damaging anyhow.
** Because their effects are generally ignored by people to begin with, a lot of changeling powers also fall into this category in the NewWorldOfDarkness edition. Elemental ones, obviously, but many goblin contracts fall into this category too, doing things like dropping the wild hunt into a scene at random.

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** The magic-focused WorldOfDarkness ''TabletopGame/WorldOfDarkness'' property, Mage, has the forces sphere, which is all about throwing around elemental forces that are increasingly destructive, blatant, and generally terrifying. Low levels start out with redirecting natural fire and electricity into damaging effects, and increasing mastery gives the caster the ability to grab increasingly fundamental physical forces like gravity and radiation and use them to blow things up. Even non-damaging uses of the sphere like flight and invisibility are usually so blatantly supernatural that spell backfire is going to do something dramatic and damaging anyhow.
** Because their effects are generally ignored by people to begin with, a lot of changeling powers also fall into this category in the NewWorldOfDarkness ''TabletopGame/NewWorldOfDarkness'' edition. Elemental ones, obviously, but many goblin contracts fall into this category too, doing things like dropping the wild hunt into a scene at random.
17th Mar '17 4:53:16 PM BattleMaster
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** This is the role of the Rift Mage specialization in ''VideoGame/DragonAgeInquisition'', which maximizes offensive ability.
12th Feb '17 9:35:29 AM ILikeRobots
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* The ''Videogame/FireEmblem'' series has the Anima mage class, sometimes simply called the "Mage" class. Anima mages specialize in the three Elemental Magic types (called "Anima magic" in a few games) in the series: [[PlayingWithFire Fire]], [[BlowYouAway Wind]], and [[ShockAndAwe Thunder]]. Anima mages most often promote into the "Sage" class when at a sufficient level, and [[CombatMedic gain the ability to use healing staves]] alongside damaging tomes.
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