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12th Feb '16 4:08:11 PM WanderingBrowser
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* When Josuke of ''Jojo's Bizarre Adventures'' Part 4 gets angry, his Stand's ability to heal/repair objects goes a bit out of his control. Ask the guy whose nose was basically turned into a pig snout. Done deliberately against the user of Highway Star; the guy was bedridden and tried to use that to defend himself... so Josuke healed him back to perfect health and ''then'' beat the shit out of him.
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* When Josuke of ''Jojo's Bizarre Adventures'' ''Manga/JojosBizarreAdventures'' Part 4 gets angry, his Stand's ability to heal/repair objects goes a bit out of his control. Ask the guy whose nose was basically turned into a pig snout. Done deliberately against the user of Highway Star; the guy was bedridden and tried to use that to defend himself... so Josuke healed him back to perfect health and ''then'' beat the shit out of him.

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* When Josuke of ''Jojo's Bizarre Adventures'' Part 4 gets angry, his Stand's ability The infamous Thalidomide was marketed as a morning sickness suppressant. It worked very well. It just also led to heal/repair objects goes a bit out of his control. Ask [[BodyHorror nightmarish birth defects]] in the guy whose nose was basically turned into a pig snout. Done deliberately against the user of Highway Star; the guy was bedridden and tried children born to use that to defend himself... so Josuke healed him back to perfect health and ''then'' beat the shit out of him.women using it.
21st Jan '16 11:05:10 AM SgtFrog1
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** Debridement in particular is often necessary, because burned skin is dead skin, and if it isn't promptly removed, it'll get infected and possibly contract gangrene (your skin literally starts to rot).
18th Jan '16 7:04:11 PM Karxrida
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Don't pimp the Pantheon on main pages.
** The Medic is the TV Tropes {{Pantheon}} [[Pantheon/HealthAndDiseases God]] of this trope.
3rd Jan '16 11:31:50 PM TSBasilisk
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* In ''VisualNovel/FateStayNight'', the interaction of [[spoiler:Shirou's Reality Marble and Avalon]] allow him to heal at high speeds by his body replacing any damage tissue with blades. One bad end involves this going out of control, resulting in blades erupting from his chest and causing lethal damage to his organs. During Heaven's Feel [[spoiler:Archer's Reality Marble begins to intrude into his body, causing it to break down. His own Reality Marble generates blades to counter the damage, which then pierce his remaining flesh and cut him apart even more]].
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* In ''VisualNovel/FateStayNight'', the interaction of [[spoiler:Shirou's Reality Shirou's [[spoiler:Reality Marble and Avalon]] allow him to heal at high speeds by allows his body to rapidly heal by replacing any damage damaged tissue with blades. One bad end involves this going out of control, resulting in blades erupting from his chest and causing lethal damage to shredding his internal organs. During Heaven's Feel [[spoiler:Archer's Reality Marble begins to intrude into his body, causing it to break down. His own Reality Marble generates blades to counter the damage, which then pierce his remaining flesh and cut him apart even more]].
25th Dec '15 11:30:03 PM Doug86
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* The children's powder in ''{{Pathologic}}'' is one of the very few ways to [[spoiler:reduce your infection level]], but it reduces your health to critical levels.
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* The children's powder in ''{{Pathologic}}'' ''VideoGame/{{Pathologic}}'' is one of the very few ways to [[spoiler:reduce your infection level]], but it reduces your health to critical levels.
16th Dec '15 6:33:33 PM nombretomado
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* Urgot in ''LeagueOfLegends'' was a warrior brought back from death to exact vengeance on the one who killed him. As a [[BodyHorror spider-crab cyborg]]. As he tells you in champion select: ''"Eternal life... endless torture..."''
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* Urgot in ''LeagueOfLegends'' ''VideoGame/LeagueOfLegends'' was a warrior brought back from death to exact vengeance on the one who killed him. As a [[BodyHorror spider-crab cyborg]]. As he tells you in champion select: ''"Eternal life... endless torture..."''
6th Dec '15 6:18:30 PM zarpaulus
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* In ''VideoGame/WildStar'' Dr. Victor Lazarin created an immortality serum and gave it to his entire race, the Mordesh. Unfortunately it turned out to cause their flesh to rot while still alive and their minds to deteriorate similarly. He did manage to come up with a treatment for the insanity though.
27th Nov '15 5:30:45 PM nombretomado
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* When TheSavageDragon's bones are prevented from setting, they simply heal in whatever position they're already in, so having all his bones broken and being stuffed into a smokestack leaves his body horribly malformed, requiring that he have his bones broken again so they can be set properly.
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* When TheSavageDragon's ComicBook/TheSavageDragon's bones are prevented from setting, they simply heal in whatever position they're already in, so having all his bones broken and being stuffed into a smokestack leaves his body horribly malformed, requiring that he have his bones broken again so they can be set properly.
26th Nov '15 3:39:10 PM eroock
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-->--FlavorText for {{Magic|TheGathering}} card "Maggot Therapy"
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12th Nov '15 5:59:42 PM nombretomado
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* In RobinHobb's ''[[Literature/RealmOfTheElderlings Liveship Traders]]'' and ''Fool'' trilogies, the Skill can be used to accelerate healing or fix otherwise irreparable injuries, but it badly taxes the patient's body and drains their energy reserves.
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* In RobinHobb's Creator/RobinHobb's ''[[Literature/RealmOfTheElderlings Liveship Traders]]'' and ''Fool'' trilogies, the Skill can be used to accelerate healing or fix otherwise irreparable injuries, but it badly taxes the patient's body and drains their energy reserves.
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