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6th Aug '17 5:55:21 PM nombretomado
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* John Coffey in ''TheGreenMile'' has a variation; when he heals people, he takes their sickness and wounds inside himself, then expels them in a cloud of noxious black. It is not a pleasant experience, and if he doesn't expel it quickly, it takes a toll, but so long as he does expel it, there's no lasting damage.
* Part of the explanation of Kayako's origins in ''TheGrudge'' ''2''.

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* John Coffey in ''TheGreenMile'' ''Film/TheGreenMile'' has a variation; when he heals people, he takes their sickness and wounds inside himself, then expels them in a cloud of noxious black. It is not a pleasant experience, and if he doesn't expel it quickly, it takes a toll, but so long as he does expel it, there's no lasting damage.
* Part of the explanation of Kayako's origins in ''TheGrudge'' ''2''.''Film/TheGrudge2''.
1st Jul '17 1:32:20 AM TPPR10
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* Like almost all of the spells in ''VideoGame/FireEmblemGaiden'', healing magic requires one to CastFromHitPoints.
* ''VideoGame/FireEmblemHeroes'' has two non-staff healing options what require this. First is Ardent Sacrifice, what heals 10HP from target and takes away that much from the user, and the second one is Reciprocal Aid, which has the user swap their health with the target's.



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13th Jun '17 1:44:26 PM Allronix
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* ''Franchise/{{Tron}}: Endgame Scenario'': The primary manifestation of [[VideoGame/TronTwoPointOh Jethro Bradley's]] User powers. He can absorb corruption from Programs, transmute it to harmless code, and sometimes weaponize it (the Ball weapons seen in the game), but it's a matter of "can my abilities to nullify the poison work faster than the poison's ability to damage me?"
6th Jun '17 7:16:28 PM nombretomado
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* Kerry, in the WhateleyUniverse. Not only does she take on the injury or illness of whoever she heals, but she gets major echoes of the last people she healed too. So she might heal your blindness and be blind for hours, but also get the agony of the cancer patient she cured last, and the cripple she healed before that, and... Even worse, she got captured by some people who forced her to cure person after person after person...

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* Kerry, in the WhateleyUniverse.Literature/WhateleyUniverse. Not only does she take on the injury or illness of whoever she heals, but she gets major echoes of the last people she healed too. So she might heal your blindness and be blind for hours, but also get the agony of the cancer patient she cured last, and the cripple she healed before that, and... Even worse, she got captured by some people who forced her to cure person after person after person...
28th Jan '17 11:37:43 AM Grudgeal
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* Orion from ''VideoGame/AtlasReactor''. His signature move, Fate Transfer, transfers 75% of the damage an ally takes this round to himself and gives him energy (used to power his [[LimitBreak Ultimate]]) for every point of damage so taken.
21st Dec '16 3:10:00 AM HelloLamppost
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* Nightingale in ''Marvel: The Lost Generation.''

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* Nightingale in ''Marvel: The Lost Generation.''Generation'' has powers that work like this, and it appears that every healing takes a little more out of her. She finally dies when she has expended everything she can give.
21st Dec '16 3:08:39 AM HelloLamppost
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* This is (sometimes) how Multiple Man, from Creator/MarvelComics, heals. A knife wound on one man is drastic but on forty is nothing. Other times, as with a hangover, it just hurts that much more.

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* This is (sometimes) how Multiple Man, from Creator/MarvelComics, heals. A knife wound on one man is drastic but on forty is nothing. Other times, as with a hangover, it just hurts that much more. Similarly, he can safely reabsorb a critically injured dupe, but hates doing it because, well, it ''hurts.''
21st Dec '16 3:06:43 AM HelloLamppost
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* The Comicbook/SilverSurfer can heal, but only be expending his own LifeForce to do it. A minor injury isn't that big a deal, but bringing someone back from death's door leaves him incapacitated for a while afterward.
15th Dec '16 6:12:29 AM GlitteringFlowers
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* Surprisingly enough for a kid's show, ''Anime/OjamajoDoremi'' has this. For this reason, healing magic is actually ''illegal.''

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* Surprisingly enough for a kid's show, ''Anime/OjamajoDoremi'' has this. For this reason, healing magic is actually ''illegal.''''illegal'': if a Witch tries to use it on a human or an animal, she's very liable to die. [[spoiler: When Hazuki willingly broke the taboo to help a dying bunny and the ''very'' traumatized girl who was taking care of it, she ''only'' got sick... and that was specifically said to have happened just because [[BigGood the Queen]] was around.]]
18th Sep '16 1:25:58 PM thatother1dude
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* Some hurriedly-introduced AppliedPhlebotinum allows Zoro of ''Manga/OnePiece'' to do this for Luffy.

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* Some hurriedly-introduced AppliedPhlebotinum allows Zoro of ''Manga/OnePiece'' to do this for Luffy.take the pain from Luffy's injuries.
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