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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.
13th Aug '16 11:47:45 AM nombretomado
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* Melanie Bostella's Innocence in DGrayMan: [[Fanfic/ChaosAtTheOrder Chaos at The Order]]

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* Melanie Bostella's Innocence in DGrayMan: ''Manga/DGrayMan: [[Fanfic/ChaosAtTheOrder Chaos at The Order]]Order]]''.
7th Aug '16 11:01:45 AM nombretomado
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* Ragman from TheDCU. He's a walking puragatory, taking the souls of killers. They get redemption by sharing his wounds. Distributed widely enough, they remain relatively unaffected. Some souls get 'permanent' injuries. Taking on enough injuries (or giving strength to Ragman) raises the Karma level, sooner or later, a Good Afterlife results.
* This is (sometimes) how Multiple Man, from 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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* Ragman from TheDCU. Franchise/TheDCU. He's a walking puragatory, purgatory, taking the souls of killers. They get redemption by sharing his wounds. Distributed widely enough, they remain relatively unaffected. Some souls get 'permanent' injuries. Taking on enough injuries (or giving strength to Ragman) raises the Karma level, sooner or later, a Good Afterlife results.
* This is (sometimes) how Multiple Man, from MarvelComics, 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.
25th Jul '16 12:55:24 AM PaulA
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* The heroine of Lois Bujold's ''[[Literature/{{Chalion}} Paladin of Souls]]'' gets involved with a pair of noble brothers who share [[spoiler: a mortal wound and a demonic link: the elder brother, who is walking around, is actually dead, while the younger, comatose brother's life force is almost entirely diverted to keeping the elder 'alive'. The climax involves the eldest leading a desperate sortie from their sorcery-beseiged castle while his brother and his demon-haunted wife absorb, as long as possible, the accumulating battle wounds.]]

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* The heroine of Lois Bujold's ''[[Literature/{{Chalion}} Paladin of Souls]]'' ''Literature/PaladinOfSouls'' gets involved with a pair of noble brothers who share [[spoiler: a [[spoiler:a mortal wound and a demonic link: the elder brother, who is walking around, is actually dead, while the younger, comatose brother's life force is almost entirely diverted to keeping the elder 'alive'. The climax involves the eldest leading a desperate sortie from their sorcery-beseiged castle while his brother and his demon-haunted wife absorb, as long as possible, the accumulating battle wounds.]]
19th Jul '16 9:34:28 AM Veanne
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* When the Adventurer in ''Webcomic/PennyBlackfeather'' tries to heal Penny's cut, he accidentally transfers it to himself, because he's [[HowDoIShootWeb untrained in magic]].
10th Jul '16 2:11:59 AM Chabal2
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* A hospital tests a revolutionary device that allows a mother giving birth to transfer the pain to the father. An expectant couple try it, and while the mother reports that she's not feeling any pain at all, the father says he can't feel anything either. Despite the doctors being stumped, the birth goes painlessly for both parents, and they return home... to find the milkman dead on their doorstep, an expression of absolute agony on his face.
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8th Jul '16 1:29:58 PM Morgenthaler
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* An odd example in ''TheClericQuintet'' - Cadderly uses this on his ally after borrowing another ally's [[HealingFactor Ring of Regeneration]], because it can only heal wounds suffered after the ring is put on. If he hadn't, the wounds would have killed him, making the spell of rather dubious use under any other circumstances.

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* An odd example in ''TheClericQuintet'' ''Literature/TheClericQuintet'' - Cadderly uses this on his ally after borrowing another ally's [[HealingFactor Ring of Regeneration]], because it can only heal wounds suffered after the ring is put on. If he hadn't, the wounds would have killed him, making the spell of rather dubious use under any other circumstances.
6th Jul '16 4:56:49 PM TSBasilisk
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* In ''Literature/{{Worm}}'', Scapegoat has something which is ''almost'' this -- the effect is conditional on neither him nor his target being subjected to any severe impacts or injuries in the hour or six following the procedure.

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* In ''Literature/{{Worm}}'', Scapegoat has something which is ''almost'' this -- the effect is conditional on neither him nor his target being subjected to any severe impacts or injuries in the hour or six following the procedure.
procedure. He also has the ability to [[LiquidAssets transfer the injuries onto someone else]].
11th Jun '16 3:48:07 PM nombretomado
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* This is how healing works in ''YoungWizards''. However, only involves sharing the injured party's experiences, and not the actual injuries, though some serious healings require a bit of the wizard's blood (see ''DeepWizardry'').

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* This is how healing works in ''YoungWizards''.''Literature/YoungWizards''. However, only involves sharing the injured party's experiences, and not the actual injuries, though some serious healings require a bit of the wizard's blood (see ''DeepWizardry'').



* This is how wizardly healing works in the ''SwordOfTruth'' series. The wizard doing the healing doesn't receive the same wounds, but has to take some of the pain that is associated with getting the wound in the first place in order to do it. For example, restoring someone's severed foot makes the wizard take on the pain of it getting bitten off.

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* This is how wizardly healing works in the ''SwordOfTruth'' ''Literature/SwordOfTruth'' series. The wizard doing the healing doesn't receive the same wounds, but has to take some of the pain that is associated with getting the wound in the first place in order to do it. For example, restoring someone's severed foot makes the wizard take on the pain of it getting bitten off.
13th Mar '16 1:03:18 PM nombretomado
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* Some hurriedly-introduced AppliedPhlebotinum allows Zoro of ''OnePiece'' to do this for Luffy.
* Joshua of ''ChronoCrusade'' was at least heavily implied to be like this. He wasn't an [[IllGirl Ill Boy]] until he got his powers, and he can't use his powers to heal himself. One of the extras on the [=DVDs=] state that this system is made to embody the virtue his power represents (Hope)--the more he uses his powers, the sicker he becomes, so the more he has to have hope for the future.
* In ''ViolinistOfHameln'', Queen Horn has such healing powers, which her daughter Flute has inherited.

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\n* Some hurriedly-introduced AppliedPhlebotinum allows Zoro of ''OnePiece'' ''Manga/OnePiece'' to do this for Luffy.
* Joshua of ''ChronoCrusade'' ''Manga/ChronoCrusade'' was at least heavily implied to be like this. He wasn't an [[IllGirl Ill Boy]] until he got his powers, and he can't use his powers to heal himself. One of the extras on the [=DVDs=] state that this system is made to embody the virtue his power represents (Hope)--the more he uses his powers, the sicker he becomes, so the more he has to have hope for the future.
* In ''ViolinistOfHameln'', ''Manga/ViolinistOfHameln'', Queen Horn has such healing powers, which her daughter Flute has inherited.



* Angel Gozen gives this ability to Ouka Hayasaka in ''BusouRenkin''. Shoot a special arrow at someone, you get their wounds.
* While Himawari from ''XxxHolic'' doesn't innately possess this power, she did take some scars from Watanuki [[spoiler: as the price of a wish to save his life after her bad luck and his subconscious desire to end his existence left him severely injured.]]

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* Angel Gozen gives this ability to Ouka Hayasaka in ''BusouRenkin''.''Manga/BusouRenkin''. Shoot a special arrow at someone, you get their wounds.
* ''Manga/XxxHolic''
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While Himawari from ''XxxHolic'' from doesn't innately possess this power, she did take some scars from Watanuki [[spoiler: as the price of a wish to save his life after her bad luck and his subconscious desire to end his existence left him severely injured.]]
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