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27th Jul '17 6:49:57 PM Illyas
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** Zestiria's prequel ''VideoGame/TalesOfBerseria'' has all of the characters that can cast magic fit this role.
*** Eleanor and Eizen are the more physically oriented of the magic users while also being the ones who have access to the revival spells Life and Resurrection respectively.
*** Magilou and Laphicet are more likely to be dedicated mages to fight but their physical attacks are nothing to disregard either. Magilou is the one who gets the area healing spells Healing Circle and Fairy Circle which is also capable of damaging enemies caught in the spell. Laphicet gets the single target healing spells First Aid and Elixir Vitae which also cures all status ailments.
27th Jul '17 6:35:14 PM Illyas
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** ''VideoGame/TalesOfHearts'' has two of them as the brother and sister duo of Hisui and Kohaku Hearts. In the DS version, Hisui will be your only healer for quite a long time, so he gets First Aid, Cure (single-target) and Nurse (multi-target). He needs his sister in combat to access the more powerful area of effect healing in Fairy Circle, but is the only one who can use Resurrection. Kohaku gets the more powerful Heal (single target), Healing Circle and Revitalize (multi target) but tends to be slower than her brother. Her Raise Will has a chance of failure and may not actually resurrect a fallen party member. Things went a bit differently in R, so both siblings got to have area of effect spells and Resurrection.

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** ''VideoGame/TalesOfHearts'' has two of them as the brother and sister duo of Hisui and Kohaku Hearts.
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In the DS version, Hisui will be your only healer for quite a long time, so he gets First Aid, Cure (single-target) and Nurse (multi-target). He needs his sister in combat to access the more powerful area of effect healing in Fairy Circle, but is the only one who can use Resurrection.
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Kohaku gets the more powerful Heal (single target), Healing Circle and Revitalize (multi target) but tends to be slower than her brother. Her Raise Will has a chance of failure and may not actually resurrect a fallen party member. Things went a bit differently in R, so both siblings got to have area of effect spells and Resurrection.
26th Jul '17 8:30:19 PM Gatordragon24
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* While the Support champions in ''VideoGame/{{Paladins}}'' are no slouches in combat, Jenos is a Support champion who was specifically designed to be geared more towards damage. He's fast, wields a machine gun, can immobilize enemies, has a simple use-and-forget healing ability, and has an Ultimate that fires a singular, high-damage beam that penetrates all terrain in the targeted direction.
26th Jul '17 5:28:05 PM nombretomado
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** This does carry over a little to Dota2, but almost every support character is expected to build group healing items to help out the team, making them all this.

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** This does carry over a little to Dota2, ''VideoGame/Dota2'', but almost every support character is expected to build group healing items to help out the team, making them all this.
23rd Jul '17 7:14:10 PM Wyvernil
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* Seiko Kimura from ''Anime/DanganRonpa3''

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* Seiko Kimura from ''Anime/DanganRonpa3''''Anime/DanganRonpa3''. As the Ultimate Pharmacist, she's capable of creating medicine that can cure wounds and neutralize poisons, as well as give herself SuperStrength.
23rd Jul '17 7:00:40 PM Wyvernil
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* The protagonists of the ''VideoGame/{{Earthbound}}'' series tend to fill this role. Most of the PSI powers used by Ness/Lucas/Ninten tend to be curative in nature, and they're usually one of the hardest physical hitters in their respective games.

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* The protagonists of the ''VideoGame/{{Earthbound}}'' series tend to fill this role. Most of the PSI powers used by Ness/Lucas/Ninten tend to be curative in nature, and they're usually one of the hardest physical hitters in their respective games.
23rd Jul '17 6:59:39 PM Wyvernil
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* The protagonists of the ''VideoGame/{{Earthbound}}'' series tend to fill this role. Most of the PSI powers used by Ness/Lucas/Ninten tend to be curative in nature, and they're usually one of the hardest physical hitters in their respective games.
28th Jun '17 3:56:59 AM PaladinOne
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*** Some carry heroes with strong early game presence and little use for their large mana pool (most notably Viper, Razor, and Shadow Fiend) will also buy the healing item Mekansm to complement their teamfight strength.

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*** Oracle plays this in a weird way, in that his primary healing spell deals a large burst of damage to the target, and then applies a rapid regeneration effect. Because the spell can target enemies and allies, pierces Spell Immunity, and multiple copies of its regeneration stack, if played incorrectly, Oracle can unintentionally ''heal his enemies'' more than he harms them.
*** Some carry heroes with strong early game presence and little use for their large mana pool (most notably Viper, Razor, and Shadow Fiend) will also buy the healing item Mekansm Mekanism to complement their teamfight strength.strength. Dark Seer in particular is often referred to as a "Mek Carrier", in that he can effectively buy and use a Mekanism fairly early in the game (and later upgrade it to the much more powerful Guardian Greaves), while otherwise being played as a core hero.
25th Jun '17 9:23:24 PM CashSloth
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* In ''Fanfic/{{Embers}}'' both Katara and Zuko use their bending abilities to heal and fight. Toph subverts this by having a proper training, but preferring to only smash people around. Most healers were taught how to fight in the old days, [[spoiler: until Koh decided that getting rid of them would make it easier for him to destroy all humans]]. Itís hinted that Avatar Kuruk actively defined this trope (splitting healers and warriors) to either save last healers or to avoid [[spoiler: creating another insane Northern Tribeswoman like Avatar Kesuk.]]

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* In ''Fanfic/{{Embers}}'' both Katara and Zuko use their bending abilities to heal and fight. Toph subverts this by having a proper training, but preferring to only smash people around. Most healers were taught how to fight in the old days, [[spoiler: until Koh decided that getting rid of them would make it easier for him to destroy all humans]]. Itís It’s hinted that Avatar Kuruk actively defined this trope (splitting healers and warriors) to either save last healers or to avoid [[spoiler: creating another insane Northern Tribeswoman like Avatar Kesuk.]]



* Magnus Chase of ''Literature/MagnusChaseAndTheGodsOfAsgard''. As a son of the Vanir, Frey, is less naturally combat oriented than demigod children of Aesir like Thor or Odin, working better as a medic with his HealingHands. He still manages to keep up with his friends with his Einherji SuperStrength and his sword, [[AbsurdlySharpBlade Sumarbrandr]], a.k.a [[EmpathicWeapon Jack]].

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* Magnus Chase of ''Literature/MagnusChaseAndTheGodsOfAsgard''. As a son of the Vanir, Frey, is he's less naturally combat oriented than demigod children of Aesir like Thor or Odin, working better as a medic with his HealingHands. He still manages to keep up with his friends with his Einherji SuperStrength and his sword, [[AbsurdlySharpBlade Sumarbrandr]], a.k.a [[EmpathicWeapon Jack]].
25th Jun '17 9:22:32 PM CashSloth
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* Magnus Chase of ''Literature/MagnusChaseAndTheGodsOfAsgard''. As a son of the Vanir, Frey, is less naturally combat oriented than demigod children of Aesir like Thor or Odin, working better as a medic with his HealingHands. He still manages to keep up with his friends with his Einherji SuperStrength and his sword, [[AbsurdlySharpBlade Sumarbrandr]], a.k.a [[EmpathicWeapon Jack]].
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