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21st Aug '16 9:17:12 AM Andyroid
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* The newest killer in ''VideoGame/DeadByDaylight'' is simply named The Nurse. Once an impoverished young widow who took up a job at an asylum to make ends meet, she spent 20 years being physically and verbally abused before her mind eventually snapped, and she committed a mass slaughter of patients and staff. Now she exists in a nightmare dreamscape, spending all eternity slaughtering and sacrificing unfortunate victims for the Entity.

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* The newest killer One of the killers in ''VideoGame/DeadByDaylight'' is simply named The Nurse. Once an impoverished young widow who took up a job at an asylum to make ends meet, she spent 20 years being physically and verbally abused before her mind eventually snapped, and she committed a mass slaughter of patients and staff. Now she exists in a nightmare dreamscape, spending all eternity slaughtering and sacrificing unfortunate victims for the Entity.
20th Aug '16 5:19:19 PM LadyKalma
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* The newest killer in ''VideoGame/DeadByDaylight'' is simply named The Nurse. Once an impoverished young widow who took up a job at an asylum to make ends meet, she spent 20 years being physically and verbally abused before her mind eventually snapped, and she committed a mass slaughter of patients and staff. Now she exists in a nightmare dreamscape, spending all eternity slaughtering and sacrificing unfortunate victims for the Entity.
12th Aug '16 5:01:18 PM Malady
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* Both {{Big Bad}}s of the KillingFloor series, Dr. Kevin Clamely (The Patriarch) and Dr. Hans Volter, engineered the hordes of monstrous specimens the player faces. Clamely in particular ran Horzine, the largest pharmaceutical company in the game's world, and Volter in particular puts medical (mal)practice into his combat style.

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* Both {{Big Bad}}s of the KillingFloor ''VideoGame/KillingFloor'' series, Dr. Kevin Clamely (The Patriarch) and Dr. Hans Volter, engineered the hordes of monstrous specimens the player faces. Clamely in particular ran Horzine, the largest pharmaceutical company in the game's world, and Volter in particular puts medical (mal)practice into his combat style.



* Various mercenaries in ''VideoGame/JaggedAlliance'' have medical diplomas and high medicine skill. They generally have lower marksmanship skill then professional soldiers, but have no restrictions against killing enemies. Many of them are expert melee combatants thanks to their familiarity with scalpels.
12th Aug '16 4:59:15 PM Malady
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* The CombatMedic in most class-based shooters such as ''VideoGame/{{Battlefield}}'' series, are given sufficient firepower to make sure they remain fun to play. In ''Bad Company 2'', the medic class is the only one who gets [[MoreDakka machine guns]].
4th Jul '16 5:34:09 AM Morgenthaler
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** And Mij Gilamar, from the ''RepublicCommandoSeries''. His medical knowledge is considerable, but add to that the fact that he's the very definition of a CombatMedic, fully trained as a [[ProudWarriorRaceGuy Mandalorian]] soldier, and you've got someone who can just as easily put you together as take you apart. Though normally a very kind, and even somewhat charming man, when asked about why he wears the Mandalorian color of vengeance on his armor, he has ''this'' to say:

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** And Mij Gilamar, from the ''RepublicCommandoSeries''.''Literature/RepublicCommandoSeries''. His medical knowledge is considerable, but add to that the fact that he's the very definition of a CombatMedic, fully trained as a [[ProudWarriorRaceGuy Mandalorian]] soldier, and you've got someone who can just as easily put you together as take you apart. Though normally a very kind, and even somewhat charming man, when asked about why he wears the Mandalorian color of vengeance on his armor, he has ''this'' to say:



* In ''DocSidhe'', Alastair explains that his world's equivalent of the Hippocratic Oath only applies to his patients -- and the guys he shoots aren't patients until ''after'' he shoots them.

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* In ''DocSidhe'', ''Literature/DocSidhe'', Alastair explains that his world's equivalent of the Hippocratic Oath only applies to his patients -- and the guys he shoots aren't patients until ''after'' he shoots them.
28th Jun '16 9:24:04 PM Syrenia
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* Dr. Maddiman from ''VideoGame/YokaiWatch''. He was a hospital director that experimented on his patients when he was alive, and now, as a yo-kai, uses his abandoned hospital as a front to steal hearts from unsuspecting victims. In his boss battle, he wields surgical scalpels in his left hand as makeshift claws, throws bottles of medicine to poison your entire team, and uses an IV drip attached to his exposed heart to heal himself.

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* Dr. Maddiman from ''VideoGame/YokaiWatch''. He was a hospital director that experimented on his patients when he was alive, alive and now, as a yo-kai, uses his abandoned hospital as a front to steal hearts from unsuspecting victims. In his boss battle, he wields surgical scalpels in his left hand as makeshift claws, throws bottles of medicine to poison your entire team, and uses an IV drip attached to his exposed heart to heal himself.
28th Jun '16 9:19:48 PM Syrenia
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* Dr. Maddiman from ''VideoGame/YokaiWatch''. He was a hospital director that experimented on his patients when he was alive, and now, as a yo-kai, uses his abandoned hospital as a front to steal hearts from unsuspecting victims. In his boss battle, he wields surgical scalpels in his left hand as makeshift claws, throws bottles of medicine to poison your entire team, and uses an IV drip attached to his exposed heart to heal himself.
20th Jun '16 9:02:47 AM AnotherGamer
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* ''VideoGame/KirbyPlanetRobobot'' introduces the Doctor ability for Kirby, which gives him the ability to throw large vitamins at his enemies, along with attacking/shielding with a giant clipboard.

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* ''VideoGame/KirbyPlanetRobobot'' introduces the Doctor ability for Kirby, which gives him the ability to throw large vitamins at his enemies, along with attacking/shielding with a giant clipboard.clipboard and brewing randomized elemental potions he can unleash on the enemy.
15th Jun '16 7:29:06 PM MarqFJA
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* [[VideoGame/KirbyPlanetRobobot]] introduces the Doctor ability for Kirby, which gives him the ability to throw large vitamins at his enemies, along with attacking/shielding with a giant clipboard.

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* [[VideoGame/KirbyPlanetRobobot]] ''VideoGame/KirbyPlanetRobobot'' introduces the Doctor ability for Kirby, which gives him the ability to throw large vitamins at his enemies, along with attacking/shielding with a giant clipboard.
15th Jun '16 1:22:08 AM aran
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*** It's worth noting that Law's Devil Fruit is unique because medical knowledge is actually ''required'' to be able to use it to it's utmost potential. Law's exceptionally rich background in the medical field is very evident, as he uses his abilities granted by the Ope-Ope Fruit to remove a handful of bullets from his torso, wields electricity in the palms of his hands like built-in defibrillators, and his most devastating technique 'Gamma Knife' uses a conjured blade of actual ''gamma radiation'' to reduce his victim's internal organs to sludge, all while leaving no evidence of physical trauma on the persons body on the outside.

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*** It's worth noting that Law's Devil Fruit is unique because medical knowledge is actually ''required'' to be able to use it to it's utmost potential. Law's exceptionally rich background in the medical field is very evident, as he uses his abilities granted by the Ope-Ope Fruit to remove a handful of bullets from his own torso, wields discharge electricity in the palms of from his hands like built-in defibrillators, and then there's his most devastating technique 'Gamma Knife' Knife', which uses a conjured blade of actual screeching ''gamma radiation'' to reduce his victim's internal organs to sludge, all while leaving no visible evidence of physical trauma on the persons body on the outside.their bodies.
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